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Veteran standout at safety who earned third-team All-America honors from the Associated Press in 2005 ... could make a run for more national acclaim this season ... first-team preseason All-America for 2006 as punt returner by CBS SportsLine.com ... second-team preseason All-America for ..06 as defensive back by CBS SportsLine.com, Athlon, Lindy's and Street & Smith's ... is rated the number-eight strong safety in college football for 2006 by The Sporting News ... named to preseason Chuck Bednarik and Bronko Nagurski award watch list ... has developed into a standout at both safety and as a punt-return specialist ... has started all 24 games in which he has played at Notre Dame ... has career totals of 141 tackles (79 solos), six interceptions (averaging 26.3 yards per return), five pass deflections, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery (returned 75 yards for a score) ... has scored via interception return, punt return and fumble return during his Notre Dame career.
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On June 10, 2006, Zbikowski made his professional boxing debut at Madison Square Garden, NYC, beating his opponent, Mr. Robert Bell [Akron, Ohio], within 49 seconds of the first round. The fight was compliant with NCAA guidelines. Bell, who is an Ohio State Football fan, wore an Ohio State football jersey into the ring, only to be beaten in the first round by the Notre Dame Safety. Zbikowski, therefore, opens his professional boxing career with a victory at the Garden.
Who I'd like to meet:Defensive Stats 2007 Season
GT T 2-2 Returns 1-1
PSU T 4-2 Returns 1-47 Forced Fumbles 2
- Status: Single
- Orientation: Straight
- Religion: Catholic
- Zodiac Sign: Pisces
- Children: Someday
- Education: In college