Michael Husar, Jr.
Falcons to face Rice on Dec. 29 in Forth Worth, Texas. Game televised by ESPN.
Kickoff this Saturday, Nov. 24, is 12:30 PST at Bulldog Stadium.
Falcons will play in sixth straight bowl game, a new school record
Final home game of the season
Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 16 at Falcon Stadium. Game to be televised by ESPN2.
2012 (Junior) - Played and started in the season opener ... suffered a knee injury and missed the remainder of the season.
2011 (Sophomore) - Played in eight games ... helped the Falcons to a 13th straight Mountain West Conference rushing title with a 314.8 per-game rushing average ... team ranked third in the nation in rushing ... offensive line was second in the conference (Boise State) and fifth nationally in quarterback sacks allowed with just 10 all season.
2010 (Freshman) - Played in one game, the season opener vs. Northwestern State.
High School - Lettered three years in football and one in track ... named second-team all-conference in football two years ... first-team all-conference as a senior ... two-year first-team all-area selection ... named all-state and academic all-state as a senior ... member of the National Honor Society, serving as the club's vice president ... named academic athlete of the year at his school ... high school football coach was Frank Lenti.
Personal - Son of Mike, Sr., and Kathryn Husar ... one of three children ... father played football at Michigan (1984-89) ... major is biology ... member of cadet squadron 4 ... worked mission support last summer ... spent part of the summer of 2012 on Operation Air Force at Andrews AFB, Md. ... also worked Basic Cadet Training ... is the group honor representative in his squadron ... member of the dean's and commandant's lists ... favorite movie is Forrest Gump ... one word to describe him would be "determined" ... favorite NFL team is the Chicago Bears ... favorite player is Hall of Famer Walter Payton ... would like to possibly go to medical school after graduation and then be a flight surgeon in the Air Force ... long-term goal is to own his own medical practice.