pancaked many an opponent, but he has yet to help one off the ground. And he
doesn't plan to. It's that nastiness--and a don't-stop-until-the-whistle-blows
mentality--that has turned this overlooked Washington (Pa.) High recruit (his
only other scholarship offers came from Hofstra and Wake Forest) into one of
the nation's top centers. "Sometimes you have to play a little dirty to be
able to have success," says the 6'4", 290-pound Mozes. "You have to
play mean. You want the guy across from you to say, 'He's light in the butt,
but he brings it.'"
Could it get any
worse than being a ninth-string tailback who's only 5'7" and 172 pounds? As
a freshman in 2002, that's the hole Wolfe had to climb out of, but four years
later he has developed into one of the nation's most electrifying runners.
Wolfe enters the fall as the active leader in Division I-A career rushing with
3,236 yards, plus 34 touchdowns--not bad for a guy who has played in only 20
games. He opened last season with a 148-yard performance against Michigan and
capped it with a MAC championship-game-record 270 rushing yards against Akron.
First up in '06: a date with No. 1 Ohio State at the Horseshoe.