NU Wide Receiver Zeke Markshausen: 16 Catches at Michigan State Saturday

Northwestern University’s Wide Receiver Zeke Markshausen made 16 catches Saturday at Michigan State, a record that ranks second only to Jon Harvey’s 17 against Michigan in 1982. The son of Arlington High School teacher and football coach Kim Markshausen didn’t play any organized football until eighth grade. Then he played for North Boone High School in Capron, Illinois. And after a list of many accomplishments, such as All-Conference and All-Area for three years as a North Boone High School Viking, he walked on at Northwestern in 2006.

Check the interview by Chicago Tribune’s Teddy Greenstein and the ironic story of a football coach and his football player son …

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