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Members of the Football Team Volunteer at Special Olympics PA Bowling
➤ 2014 ➤ Junior Season
Awards: Selected Academic All-Big Ten for the second time in his career. Season: Appeared in all 13 games on defense and special teams...Made seven tackles with 3.5 tackles for loss (minus-22), one sack (minus-5), one forced fumble and one pass breakup. Akron (9/6): Recorded two stops, including a half-sack. At Rutgers (9/13): Made one tackle. Ohio State (10/25): Made one stop...His lone tackle was a TFL (minus-six) late in the third quarter that helped the Nittany Lions rally in the double-overtime thriller. Maryland (11/1): Registered one tackle...Combined with Tyrone Smith for a third-quarter sack. At Indiana (11/8): Made one tackle, a 10-yard tackle for loss...Moved his streak to three straight games with a TFL...Also forced a fumble...Helped boost a defense that held the then-nation's leading rusher, Tevin Coleman, to just 71 yards...Helped the Nittany Lions shut out the Indiana offense, as the Hoosiers scored their fewest points at home since 2006, via a defensive touchdown. Temple (11/15): Broke up one pass...Helped limit Temple to just 61 rushing yards and eight first downs, the fewest for a Penn State opponent since Indiana State had eight in 2011. At Illinois (11/22): Combined with Jason Cabinda for a TFL...Was a part of a defensive effort that held the Illini to just 68 rushing yards and two-of-16 on third down conversions.
➤ 2013 ➤ Sophomore Season
Awards: Selected Academic All-Big Ten for the first time in his career. Season: Appeared in 10 games...Recorded 12 tackles (11 solo), 2.0 tackles for loss (minus-25), one sack, one forced fumble and a pass breakup. Syracuse (8/31): Made his collegiate debut in MetLife Stadium...Registered two tackles...Posted his first career tackle for loss, a 17-yard TFL on a bobbled punt snap. Kent State (9/21): Notched two tackles...Added one pass breakup. At Indiana (10/5): Logged a career-best four solo tackles in the Big Ten-opener. At Ohio State (10/26): Registered two solo tackles. At Minnesota (11/9): Made one solo tackle. Purdue (11/16): Recorded his first career sack for a loss of eight yards...Forced his first career fumble. At Wisconsin (11/30): Tallied a quarterback hurry.
➤ 2012 ➤ Redshirt Freshman Season
Did not see any game action.
➤ 2011 ➤ True Freshman Season
➤ High School
A three-year letterman for head coach Kevin Pellegrini at Malvern Prep...Played offensive tackle and defensive end...Helped lead Malvern Prep to a 7-4 record in both his junior and senior years...Also lettered twice in basketball and three times in track and field...Selected team captain in basketball, helping the Friars to a 24-7 record as a senior.
Full name is Carl Paul Nassib...Son of Gilbert and Mary Nassib...Has two brothers, Ryan and John, and two sisters, Carey and Paige...Father played football at the University of Delaware...Brother, Ryan, was a standout quarterback at Syracuse and was a fourth-round pick of the New York Giants in the 2013 NFL Draft...Cousin, Joe Nassib, was a defensive back for Syracuse...Is slated to graduate in December 2015 with a degree in biology...Plans to go to medical school...Born April 12, 1993 in West Chester, Pa.
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