At Michigan ... four-year letterman ... appeared in 35 career contests ... contributed 16 tackles and three tackles for loss during his career.
Senior (2010) ... earned fourth varsity letter ... appeared in 11 games at defensive tackle ... assisted on a tackle for loss vs. Connecticut (Sept. 4) ... played defensive tackle at Notre Dame (Sept. 11) ... appeared on special teams and defensive tackle vs. Massachusetts (Sept.18) ... saw game action as a reserve at defensive tackle vs. Bowling Green (Sept. 25) ... selected as a game captain against the Falcons ... assisted on a tackle for loss in Big Ten opener at Indiana (Oct. 2) ... appeared as a backup defensive tackle vs. Michigan State (Oct. 9) and Iowa (Oct. 16) ... recorded a career-high three tackles at Penn State (Oct. 30) ... did not see game action vs. Illinois (Nov. 6) ... substituted in at nose tackle against Purdue (Nov. 13) and Wisconsin (Nov. 20) ... did not see game action at Ohio State (Nov. 27) ... appeared as a reserve nose tackle vs. Mississippi State (Jan. 1) in the Gator Bowl.
Junior (2009) ... earned third varsity letter ... played in six games at defensive tackle and three games at nose tackle ... posted eight tackles and two tackles for loss ... appeared at defensive tackle vs. Western Michigan (Sept. 5) ... played defensive tackle vs. Notre Dame (Sept. 12), recording an assisted tackle ... posted a career-tying two tackles and 1.5 TFLs vs. Eastern Michigan (Sept. 19) ... appeared at defensive tackle vs. Indiana (Sept. 26) and Michigan State (Oct. 3) ... did not see game action at Iowa (Oct. 10) ... played nose tackle and on special teams vs. Delaware State (Oct. 17) ... tallied one tackle against the Hornets ... matched a career high with two tackles vs. Penn State (Oct. 24) ... saw game action at nose tackle against Illinois (Oct. 31) ... appeared at defensive tackle vs. Purdue, assisting on a tackle.
Sophomore (2008) ... earned second varsity letter ... played in nine games ... posted three tackles ... recorded one tackle and contributed on special teams vs. Utah (Aug. 30) ... saw action at defensive end and on special teams vs. Miami (Sept. 6) ... contributed on defense and special teams at Notre Dame (Sept. 13) ... did not see game action vs. Wisconsin (Sept. 27) ... totaled two tackles at defensive end vs. Illinois (Oct. 4) ... did not see game action vs. Toledo (Oct. 11) ... played on the defensive line during goal line situation at Penn State (Oct. 18), against Michigan State (Oct. 25), at Purdue (Nov. 1) and at Minnesota (Nov. 8) ... did not see game action vs. Northwestern (Nov. 15) ... played defensive tackle in goal line situation at Ohio State (Nov. 22).
Freshman (2007) ... earned first varsity letter ... played in six games ... made career debut vs. Oregon (Sept. 8), playing defensive tackle ... saw action as backup defensive tackle against Notre Dame (Sept. 15) ... made road debut as reserve defensive tackle at Northwestern (Sept. 29) ... played defensive tackle against Purdue (Oct. 13), Illinois (Oct. 20) and Minnesota (Oct. 27).
Prep ... attended Vieux Montreal (2006) coached by Claude Juneau ... helped team finish 7-3, losing its final game in the semifinals of the AAA playoff ... Honors and Rankings ... three-star prospect and the No. 34 defensive tackle according to Rivals.com ... listed as an All-American by PrepStar Magazine ... named to the AAA CEGEP All-Star team three years in a row.
Personal ... Renaldo Sagesse was born Dec. 23, 1986 ... from the same school as former Wolverines Alain Kashama, Emmanuel Casseus and Deitan Dubuc ... Casseus served as his defensive line coach ... enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... general studies major.
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