Fourth-year walk-on adds depth at running back . . . AS A JUNIOR: Named to the Academic All-Big Ten team for the second-straight year . . . saw action in four games in 2006 . . . scored first two collegiate touchdowns in the fourth quarter vs. Indiana, one on a 4-yard run and the other on a 13-yard pass from Brian
Hoyer . . . AS A SOPHOMORE: Academic All-Big Ten selection . . . appeared in six games in 2005 (vs. Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio State, Northwestern and
Indiana) . . . gained 93 yards on 19 carries (4.9 avg.) . . . picked up 29 yards on eight attempts vs. Indiana . . . rushed eight times for a season-high 38 yards vs. Illinois . . . carried the ball three times for 26 yards in his Spartan debut vs. Hawaii, including a 15-yard run . . . tallied 12 production points on special
teams . . . 2004 SEASON: Sat out the entire 2004 campaign after transferring from Northwood University in Midland, Mich. . . . AT NORTHWOOD: Redshirted in football in 2003 . . . earned All-GLIAC honors in track, finishing fifth in the 200 meters and seventh in the 100 at the 2004 outdoor meet . . . HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Participated in the 2003 Michigan High School East-West All-Star Game . . . second-team all-state selection as a senior . . . named first-team All-West by The Detroit News in 2002 . . . three-year starter at running back and
cornerback for Coach Bob Czarnecki at Trenton (Mich.) High School . . . rushed for 1,389 yards on 165 carries and scored 15 touchdowns as a senior . . . carried
the ball 18 times for a career-best 305 yards and six TDs in a first-round playoff game vs. Redford Thurston in 2002 . . . caught 20 passes for 440 yards and five
TDs as a senior . . . had 11 career interceptions, including seven picks as a junior . . . ran for 600 yards and seven TDs in 2001 . . . won three letters in track,
earning all-state honors in the 100 and 400 meters . . . son of Brett and Kelly Kahn . . . born Nov. 17, 1984 . . . majoring in kinesiology.