DefenseBiggest surprise: Marty Bowman SFor the first three years of Bowman's career, playing time was scarce. But Bowman had a huge year in 2009, earning him a starting spot at safety in his senior season. He was second on the team in tackles and interceptions, with 73 and 2 respectively. Yet, the most important thing Bowman brought to the table isn't on the stat sheets: hard hitting. You can't tell me that opposing receivers weren't a little scared coming into the games vs BC, after watching tape of Bowman laying the lumber on numerous players. His goalline stop vs Notre Dame was very memorable, and just another example of the many big plays Bowman made this year.Hardest worker: Mike Morrissey LBMorrissey, a former walk-on, shined in his first starting role this season. Morrissey isn't...

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