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ON THE FIELD
• The Badgers are 19-4 with Tolzien as the starting QB over the past two seasons, including 9-1 this year and ranked seventh in the current BCS standings. In his 23 games as a starter, UW is averaging 35.4 points and 422.0 yards of total offense. This year the Badgers are averaging more than 40.0 points per game (top 10 in the country).
• Tolzien ranks ninth in the country this year with a passer rating of 160.1, which would be tops in school history. His career pass efficiency rating of 150.0 is the best in school history and fourthbest among active FBS quarterbacks with at least 25 games played.
• On the season, Tolzien is completing 72.5 percent of his passes, second only to Northwestern’s Dan Persa in the country. In his last five games, he has completed 78-of-102 passes (76.5
percent). The Wisconsin school record for single-season completion percentage is 67.8 percent by Darrell Bevell in 1993.
• Tolzien’s career completion percentage of .675 is the best in school history and third-best among active quarterbacks with at least 20 games played.
• In the red zone this season, Tolzien has a pass efficiency rating of 328.5, having completed 20-of-23 passes for 190 yards and 12 touchdowns without an interception. Last year, Tolzien was 20-of-35 for 175 yards and nine TDs and no interceptions in the red zone (pass efficiency of 184.0).
• On third down this year, Tolzien is 37-of-53 for 472 yards with two TDs and no interceptions. That equals a pass efficiency of 157.1. In the last four games, Tolzien is 15-of-17 on third down for 173 yards.
• Despite just two years as the starting QB, Tolzien ranks sixth in school history in career passing yards.
• Regular visitor (every Friday before home football games) to UW Children’s hospital (attached newspaper article about Scott’s friendship with a young boy battling cancer)
o Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Wisconsin QB Tolzien inspired by 6-year-old cancer patient
o ESPN College GameDay - Tolzien draws inspiration from young fan
• Regular visitor to elementary schools both in Madison and in his hometown (attached web links to stories about hometown elementary school “adopting” Wisconsin Badgers because of Scott)
o UWBadgers.com – No Excuses for Tolzien
o YouTube - Willow Bend Elementary School sings On, Wisconsin!
• Tolzien was one of 16 football players across all divisions to be named a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete, given to players who have outstanding football ability as a first team player and have demonstrated strong leadership and citizenship.