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Klint Kubiak
Klint  Kubiak


Englewood, Colo.

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2009 (Senior): Had started the season's first six contests at strong safety until a pectoral muscle injury sustained in Game 6 ended his season...Named in the season's opening week one of five permanent team captains, one of two on defense (also Nick Oppenneer)...With the schedule allowing his dad the time to make a rare appearance at a CSU game, had six tackles in resounding 23-17 win at Colorado (Sept. 6); also assisted in Elijah-Blu Smith's first-quarter interception by crushing the intended receiver, Scotty McKnight...In win vs. Weber State (Sept. 12), combined with Alex Williams to drop Walter Payton award candidate Treyvn Smith for a loss on a first-quarter carry...In assertive 35-20 win vs. Nevada (Sept. 19), his third-down blitz pressure on the passer led to a tackle for loss an eventual second-quarter punt; later, made a diving interception of an overthrown pass to set up a third-quarter touchdown after replay review confirmed the turnover...Led the team with 12 tackles in conference-opening loss at No. 19 BYU (Sept. 26), including a big stick to drop RB Bryan Kariya on a 1-yard screen pass; the dozen stops were his most in a game since he had 12 vs. TCU, 11/25/06...In bitter 31-29 loss at Idaho (Oct. 3), registered his first career sack, dropping Nathan Enderle on third down to force a punt, setting up a critical Rams TD drive...In 24-17 loss vs. Utah (Oct. 10), had seven stops, including a touchdown-saving tackle early in the fourth quarter with the Rams protecting a 17-10 lead; sustained the season-ending injury late in the game, on a goal-line play...Earned academic all-conference following the season.

2008 (Junior): Played in seven games with six starts as the Rams' free safety...Posted 28 tackles (21 solo) with one interception, one other pass broken up and a pair of forced fumbles...In first victory, vs. Sacramento State (Sept. 6), forced a first-quarter fumble...One year after his `07 season ended in his native Houston hours before the Rams were to meet the Cougars, sealed the Rams' 28-25 victory over Houston (Sept. 20) with a spectacular, leaping interception in the end zone with 2 seconds remaining; the athletic theft redeemed Kubiak for a tough-to-avoid facemask penalty that set up Houston inside the Rams' red zone with less a minute to play...In Cougars contest, in front of his family -- stripped of its power back home by Hurricane Ike -- tied for the team lead with nine tackles (seven solo), and blasted Houston's Patrick Edwards to break up a third-down pass, stopping a first-quarter Houston drive...At Cal (Sept. 27), forced a first-quarter fumble from Jahvid Best (recovered by teammate Wade Landers), ending a Bears drive in CSU territory, then dropped RB Shane Vereen on third down to force a third-quarter punt...Picked off an Omar Clayton pass in the Rams' end zone early vs. UNLV (Oct. 4), but a roughing-the-passer penalty nullified the play; rolled his ankle out of bounds on the ensuing return, and did not return...Missed ensuing four games, then returned to start at Air Force (Nov. 8), but incredibly sustained a knee injury on the game's first snap and did not return...Knee injury sidelined him for the final two regular-season games, but the Rams' bowl berth allowed him to return in a reserve role vs. Fresno State in the New Mexico Bowl (Dec. 20).

2007 (Junior): After a series of hard-luck circumstances, elected to petition the MWC for a medical hardship waiver and played in 2008 as a redshirt junior...Played in just two games, both starts, and totaled 12 tackles (three solo)...Was seemingly in on every play over the season's first two games...Collected eight stops (six solo) in season opener at Colorado (Sept. 1)...Had four tackles (three solo) vs. Cal. (Sept. 1)...Having anticipated a return to his native city for months, instead endured one of the most miserable weekends of his life at Houston (Sept. 22); felt ill during pregame warmups, then was sent to a hospital, where he spent two nights after being diagnosed with low blood pressure and internal bleeding due to an ulcer...Snapped his 14-game starting streak at Houston...Returned to Colorado Sept. 25, and missed the ensuing two contests before opting for the medical waiver prior the Oct. 13 Air Force game.

2006 (Sophomore): Started at safety in all 12 games...Led the team with 90 total stops and added six tackles for loss...Recorded five total tackles and added a fumble recovery at San Diego State (Dec. 2)...Led the team with 12 total tackles vs. TCU (Nov. 25)...Was second on the team with nine total tackles at Utah (Nov. 11), and registered his first career interception...Was second on the team with 10 total stops, including one for loss, vs. BYU (Nov. 4)...Had six total tackles at Wyoming (Oct. 21)...Posted a career-high 19 tackles to lead the team at Air Force (Oct. 12)...Was first on the team with seven total tackles, and added two pass break-ups, vs. UNLV (Oct. 7)...Was second on the team with nine tackles (two for loss), at Nevada (Sept. 16).

2005 (Freshman): Named to academic all-conference team...Also earned CSU's team award for academic excellence...Played in 11 of 12 games on special teams and in the secondary as a reserve...Was the first true freshman to see action for the Rams in 2005...Finished the season with nine tackles, six unassisted.

High School: Played both offense and defense at Regis High School in Denver, Colo. ...A three-year starter as a wide receiver and defensive back, made 102 total tackles (54 solo) and two interceptions as a senior...Caught 54 passes for 795 yards, fifth-most in the state's Class 5A division...Had 12 career interceptions at Regis...Named to all-Colorado team by the Rocky Mountain News...Also was a standout basketball and baseball player...Coach was former Denver Broncos linebacker Jim Ryan.

Personal: Given name Klint Alexander Kubiak...Born Feb. 17, 1987, in Houston, Texas...Is engaged to CSU volleyball student-athlete Tessa Nelson, the preseason Co-Player of the Year in the Mountain West Conference, with plans for a summer 2010 wedding...Son of Gary and Rhonda Kubiak...Has two brothers, including Klay, a sophomore QB on the CSU roster...Other brother, Klein, is a freshman WR at Rice...Father, Gary, is the head coach of the NFL's Houston Texans and went to five Super Bowls with the Denver Broncos, including three during his nine-year playing career...Majoring in restaurant and resort management...Hometown: Englewood, Colo.

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