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#68 Scott Koethe
Position: Offensive Tackle
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 320
Year: Freshman
City/State: Central City, Neb.
High School: Central City

  • 1999 Big 12 Commissioner's Spring Academic Honor Roll

Scott Koethe (pronounced COE-thee) teamed with Nate Kolterman to buck up Dan Vili Waldrop at right tackle in 2002.  Koethe also served as the left tackle for the Husker PAT and field goal units.  In his career, Koethe appeared in 40 games (including bowls) and notched seven career pancakes.

2002: Koethe played in all 14 games in 2002, including the Independence Bowl against Mississippi, and recorded his only pancake in the win over McNeese State.

2001: Koethe played in all 12 games as Dave Volk's backup at left tackle. Koethe recorded four pancake blocks on the season, one each vs. Rice and Texas Tech and a career-best two vs. Iowa State. Koethe saw action in the 2002 Rose Bowl vs. Miami as a member of the PAT and field goal units.

2000: Koethe played in 10-of-11 games, serving as a backup at left tackle to Volk and Chris Loos and as the left guard on Nebraska's PAT and field goal units. Koethe did not make the trip to Texas Tech, but was on the traveling squad for all other games. Koethe recorded two pancakes on the season, one each vs. San Jose State and Baylor. He saw action in the Huskers' 66-17 win over Northwestern in the 2000 Alamo Bowl.

1999: A reserve tackle, Koethe saw action in two games in 1999, but did not record any pancakes.

1998: A walk-on, Koethe redshirted in 1998.

At Central City HS: Koethe played on the offensive and defensive lines for Central City, earning all-state honors.

Personal: The son of Gary and Carolyn Koethe, Scott was born on Oct. 27, 1979. He is majoring in business administration and is on schedule to earn his degree in May 2003. Koethe is a member of the 2002 Nebraska Football Unity Council.

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