Ryan Glasgow 96
Ryan  Glasgow

RS Senior

Aurora, Ill.

High School:
Marmion Academy

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 299



5th Sr.


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Tackles: 7 - Indiana, 2016
TFLs: 3 - Indiana, 2016
Sacks: 1 - (2x), last vs. Indiana, 2016
PBUs: 1 - Wisconsin, 2016
FF: 1 - Indiana, 2014
FR: 1 - Indiana, 2014

At Michigan
• Graduated from the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, with a degree in economics
• Four-year letterman
• Has appeared in 45 games making 33 starts along the defensive line
• Shared the 2015 and 2016 Richard Katcher Awards as Michigan's top defensive lineman with Chris Wormley
• Two-time All-Big Ten honoree; 2016 second team (coaches and media); 2015 honorable mention (coaches and media) and U-M Athletic Academic Achievement
• 2015 Burlsworth Trophy semifinalist (Most outstanding player who began career as a walk-on)

Fifth-Year Senior (2016)
• Richard Katcher Award - Top U-M Defensive Lineman
• All-Big Ten Second Team (coaches and media)
• Pro Football Focus College NCAA Team of the Week honoree against Wisconsin (Oct. 1)
• Two-time Pro Football College Big Ten Team of the Week honoree against UCF (Sept. 10) and Wisconsin (Oct. 1)
• Has started at defensive tackle in all 13 games
• Assisted on two tackles against Hawaii (Sept. 3)
• Assisted on six stops vs. UCF (Sept. 10), including an assisted tackle for loss, and was named co-Defensive Lineman of the Week for his efforts
• Assisted on four tackles against Colorado (Sept. 17)
• Made four tackles and an assisted sack vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 1)
• Tallied four tackles and 1.5 TFLs at Rutgers (Oct. 8) • Made three stops against Illinois (Oct. 22)
• Recorded three tackles and one TFL against Michigan State (Oct. 29)
• Picked up a sack against Maryland (Nov. 5)
• Made two solo stops against Iowa (Nov. 12)
• Had a career-best seven tackles, career high three tackles for loss and forced a fumble against Indiana (Nov. 19) and was named Defensive Player of the Game as a result
• Tallied 1.5 tackles for loss, one sack and two total stops at Ohio State (Nov. 26)
• Registered three tackles vs. Florida State in the Orange Bowl (Dec. 30)

Senior (2015)
• Earned third varsity letter
• Appeared in nine games at defensive tackle, making nine starts.
• at Utah (Sept. 3): made one tackle
• Oregon State (Sept. 12): tallied three tackles, including two solos
• UNLV (Sept. 19): recorded three tackles, including a career-best two TFLs
• BYU (Sept. 26): made three tackles; tied career-high with two TFLs
• at Maryland (Oct. 3): recorded one tackle
• Northwestern (Oct. 10): recorded three tackles, with one TFL and a sack
• Michigan State (Oct. 17): recorded four tackles
• at Minnesota (Oct. 31): Tallied six tackles, including two solo tackles

Junior (2014)
• Earned second varsity letter
• Appeared in 12 games, making 11 starts
• Recorded 22 tackles, four TFLs, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery
• at Ohio State (Nov. 29): Posted one TFL
• at Northwestern (Nov. 8): Tallied five tackles, including one TFL
• Indiana (Nov. 1): Recorded first career forced fumble and first fumble recovery
• at Rutgers (Oct. 4): Posted one tackle
• Minnesota (Sept. 27): Posted a new career high with five tackles, including one TFL
• Utah (Sept. 20): Tallied a career-high three tackles
• Miami (OH) (Sept. 13): Recorded one tackle
• Appalachian State (Aug. 30): Made first career start

Sophomore (2013)
• Earned first varsity letter
• Appeared in 11 games as a reserve defensive lineman

Freshman (2012)
• Did not see game action
• Redshirted

• Attended Marmion Academy (2012) coached by Dan Thorpe
• National Honor Society
• Two-year varsity letterman in football

Honors and Rankings
• Recognized as Suburban Christian Conference Defensive Player of the Year senior year

Other Sports
• Two-year varsity letterman in basketball

• Ryan James Glasgow was born September 30, 1993
• His older brother, Graham, was an offensive lineman for U-M and is now a center for the Detroit Lions
• His younger brother, Jordan, is a sophomore on the U-M football team, where he plays as a safety


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