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AS A SENIOR: Emerged as one of the top defensive lineman in the Big Ten in 2007 . . . named a second-team All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, the nation's oldest All-America team . . . named one of eight finalists for the Ted Henricks Defensive End of the Year Award . . . a first-team All-Big Ten selection by the media and a second-team selection by the coaches . . . named a Midseason All-American by CollegeFootballNews.com (first team), SI.com (second team) and Phil Steele (fourth team) . . . his 10 sacks (75 yards) ranked fourth in the Big Ten and tied for 16th in the nation . . . it also ranked tied for sixth best in an MSU single-season . . . his 14.5 tackles for losses tied for sixth in the conference and tied for 42nd in the nation . . . led the nation with eight forced fumbles (no other player with more than six) . . . the eight forced fumbles set a Big Ten record, passing the previous record of seven set by Penn State's Michael Haynes in 2003 (13 games) . . . that mark tied for second most in a season in Football Bowl Subdivision history (record: 10, Elvis Dumervil, Louisville in 2005) . . . Saint-Dic had 10 career forced fumbles, which ties him for seventh best in FBS history (record: 14) . . . tied a school record with a sack in four consecutive games (Bowling Green, Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, Wisconsin) . . . named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week after the Pittsburgh game . . . led team with two QB hurries and recorded one tackle vs. UAB . . . recorded three sacks (17 yards) and two forced fumbles vs. Bowling Green, all in the fourth quarter . . . the three sacks tied for sixth-best performance in MSU history . . .
named Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week after recording 2.0 sacks, 3.0 tackles for losses, five tackles and two forced fumbles vs. Pitt . . . it was his second-straight game with multiple sacks and two forced fumbles . . . his first forced fumble in the game led to an MSU field goal in the fourth quarter . . . recorded his sixth sack of the season at Notre Dame, a 17-yard loss . . . on the same play, stripped the ball from Irish quarterback Jimmy Clausen and was credited with a forced fumble and fumble recovery on the play . . . also recorded a 1-yard tackle for loss, four tackles and a pass break-up . . . recorded his seventh sack of the season at Wisconsin in the first quarter, an 11-yard loss, while forcing a fumble on the same play . . . collected a career-best 10 tackles vs. Northwestern, including one for a 2-yard loss . . . recorded a 9-yard sack and forced a fumble on IU's Kellen Lewis in the third quarter, leading to Ervin Baldwin's 12-yard TD fumble return, extending MSU's lead to 45-13 . . . established a Big Ten record with his eighth forced fumble of the season at Ohio State . . . it came on a 7-yard sack in the third quarter, and SirDarean Adams picked up the ball and returned it 25 yards for the touchdown . . . it marked Saint-Dic's ninth sack of the season . . . picked up his 10th sack of the season with a 3-yard loss vs. Michigan . . . recorded two tackles for losses and six overall . . . registered five tackles vs. Penn State, including a half tackle for loss . . .
AS A JUNIOR:
Saw action in 11 of 12 games (DNP vs. Notre Dame) . . . started four straight games late in the season at stud end (vs. Northwestern, Indiana, Purdue and Minnesota) . . . credited with 23 tackles (16 solos, 7 assists), including 3.5 for losses (36 yards) . . . recorded one sack each vs. Penn State (20 yards) and Purdue (13) . . . registered a career-best six
tackles (3-3) at Northwestern . . . made four stops each vs. Michigan (3-1), Ohio State (2-2) and Indiana (4-0) . . . forced a fumble vs. Eastern Michigan . . . 2005
SEASON: Granted a medical redshirt after missing the last seven games of the 2005 season with a groin injury . . . made his only appearance of the 2005
season in the Big Ten opener vs. Illinois . . . his first career sack (8 yards) resulted in a fumble and safety against the Illini . . . JUNIOR COLLEGE, HIGH
SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:
NJCAA second-team All-American . . . earned third-team All-America honors from JC Gridwire . . . ranked among the nation's
top JUCO defensive ends by Scout.com (No. 11) . . . played for Coach Bob Jojo at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, N.Y., where he helped the Vikings to
back-to-back 8-3 records including the 2004 Northeast Football Conference championship and a No. 20 ranking in the final NJCAA poll . . . named Northeast
Football Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore . . . led the league in tackles for losses (28 for 125 yards), sacks (11.5 for 63) and forced
fumbles (6) in 2004 . . . recorded at least one tackle for loss in 10 of 11 games . . . finished third on the team in tackles with 77 (42 solos, 35 assists) . . . anchored a defensive unit that ranked among the NFC leaders in rushing defense (first at 88.5 yards per game), total defense (second at 221.2 ypg.) and scoring defense (second at 14.5 points) . . . selected NFC Defensive Player of the Week twice in 2004 (vs. Nassau and Dean) . . . produced 10 tackles vs. Nassau,
including three sacks (13 yards) . . . registered a career-high 12 stops vs. Dean, including six tackles for losses (21 yards), and recovered two fumbles . . . also
reached double digits in tackles vs. Erie, posting 10 stops including two sacks (8 yards) . . . made 41 tackles as a freshman . . . led the Vikings in tackles for
losses (19 for 74 yards) and sacks (9.5 for 53) in 2003 . . . recorded three tackles for losses vs. Ellsworth in the 2003 Graphic Edge Bowl in Cedar Falls,
Iowa . . . posted a season-high seven stops vs. Nassau, including two sacks (10 yards) . . . registered three sacks each vs. Alfred (13 yards) and RPI JV (20) . . .
his career totals include 118 tackles, including a school-record 21 sacks (116 yards) . . . earned Defensive MVP honors at the 2003 New Jersey North-South All-
Star Classic . . . two-year starter at Elizabeth (N.J.) High School . . . two-way starter played defensive end and tight end for Coach Jeffrey Wiener in 2002 . .
. earned second-team all-state honors as a senior after being credited with 24.5 sacks . . . third-team all-area selection in 2002 by the Daily Record . . . had 15
receptions for 212 yards and three touchdowns as a senior . . . also scored three defensive TDs in 2002 . . . two-way starter at offensive and defensive tackle as
a junior . . . son of Jonas and Marie Point du Jour . . . born March 2, 1985 . . . majoring in sociology.