Honors & Awards » Academic All-Big Ten (2012, 2013, 2014) » Seven-Time Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll » Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2014) » Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2014) » Big 12 Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll (2011) Offensive guard Mike Moudy was a mainstay in the Nebraska offensive line throughout the 2014 season. The Colorado native was one of three offensive linemen to start all 13 games, and his play has helped Nebraska rank among the top 20 nationally in rushing offense and scoring offense.
Moudy held down the right guard spot, teaming with fellow senior Jake Cotton to give the Huskers a reliable, veteran guard tandem. The group up front powered senior running back Ameer Abdullah’s record-setting season, as he became NU’s all-time leader in all-purpose yards, while ranking second in career rushing yards. The line also helped Nebraska rank among the top offenses in the Big Ten in protecting the quarterback.
Moudy continued to be a standout in the classroom in 2014, earning Academic All-Big Ten honors for the third straight season. An English major, Moudy earned his degree in December.
2014 (Senior) Moudy started all 13 games at right guard and was a key part of an offensive line that powered several record-setting performances. The Nebraska offense opened the season with a Big Ten modern-era record of 784 yards of total offense, including 498 rushing yards. The line pounded the defenses of both Miami and Illinois, as the Huskers rushed for 343 and 458 yards, respectively, and Ameer Abdullah topped 200 yards in both contests.
The line paved the way for Abdullah’s fourth 200-yard rushing game of the season against Rutgers.
2013 (Junior) Moudy played in the first nine games, including three starts at right guard following an injury to Spencer Long. Moudy’s play helped junior I-back Ameer Abdullah rush for 1,690 yards, the most by a Nebraska player in 16 seasons. The line also solidified a Husker offense that was forced to start three different quarterbacks during the season.
2012 (Sophomore) Moudy was a reserve guard in 2012 and played in three games.
2011 (Redshirt Freshman) Moudy added depth on the line, but did not see action in 2011.
2010 (Redshirt) Moudy redshirted in his first season in the program.
Before Nebraska (Douglas County HS) As a senior, Moudy averaged double figures in pancakes per game, helping Coach Jeff Ketron’s Douglas County High School team to the Class 5A state playoffs. Moudy’s play earned him first-team all-conference and first-team all-state honors from the Denver Post. Moudy was also selected to play in the USA vs. the World all-star game in Miami in January of 2010.
In 2008, Moudy helped Douglas County High to eight victories and a trip to the second round of the state playoffs. Moudy earned first-team honors in the Southern League for his play as a junior. He was ranked among the top 10 players in Colorado and the top 35 offensive tackles in the country by Rivals.com.
Moudy committed to Nebraska early in the recruiting process and did not take any other visits, but he did have offers from several other schools, including Stanford, Kansas and Kansas State.
Personal Mike is the son of David and Shannon Moudy, and he was born on Feb. 4, 1992. He is majoring in English. In addition to earning Academic All-Big Ten honors, Moudy was named to the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll each of the past six semesters and to the 2011 Big 12 Commissioner’s Spring Honor Roll. Moudy has also distinguished himself through Nebraska’s community outreach efforts. He was named to both the Brook Berringer Citizenship Team and the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team in 2014. Moudy has volunteered his time with Husker Heroes, Uplifting Athletes, Husker Hotline, FCA, team hospital visits and the NFL Fuel Up to Play 60 event.
» Games Played - 25 (3 in 2012; 9 in 2013; 13 in 2014) » Games Started - 16 (3 in 2013; 13 in 2014)
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