Data Scout Notes: 2013: AP2nd...P1stC...2012: AP2nd/SN1st...P1stC
Bryan Witzmann/South Dakota State football Videos
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Draft Scout Bryan Witzmann News
08/06/14 - T Bryan Witzmann cleared waivers and was placed on reserve/injured by the Texans.
08/05/14 - T Bryan Witzmann was waived/injured by the Texans August 1 and and placed on reserve/injured the next day.
01/03/14 - 2013 ASSOCIATED PRESS FCS SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: OL Bryan Witzmann, South Dakota State, Sr.,...Witzmann, a senior offensive tackle from Houlton, Wis., helped pave the way for Zenner and a Jackrabbit offense that averaged 28.9 points and 384.6 yards of total offense per game. Witzmann started every game during his four-year career with the Jackrabbits, putting together a school-record string of 49 consecutive starts. - South Dakota State football
08/03/13 - 2013 PRESEASON MISSOURI VALLEY FOOTBALL TEAM (COACHES/SIDS): OL-Bryan Witzmann, SDSU 6-7 300 Sr. Houlton (Wis.) Somerset High,...An offensive tackle from Houlton, Wis., Witzmann enters his senior season after anchoring a Jackrabbit offensive line that led the way for Zenner to reach 2,000 yards and record averages of 23.4 points and 367.6 yards of total offense per game in 2012. Witzmann has started at left tackle each of the Jackrabbits' 35 games over the past three seasons, earning first-team all-Missouri Valley Football Conference honors in 2012 after an honorable mention selection in 2011. - South Dakota State football
10/30/12 - OCT 29 MISSOURI VALLEY OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: LT Bryan Witzmann, South Dakota State 6-7, 300, Jr., Houlton (Wis.) Somerset High...The starting left tackle, Witzmann received a championship grade of 1.86 in the Jackrabbits' 41-28 victory over Youngstown State on Oct. 27. SDSU racked up its largest point total of the season and the second-largest total offense output (416 yards), throwing for a season-best 351 yards and five touchdowns. - Missouri Valley football