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Shane Carter
Shane Carter

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Troy, Ohio

High School:
Troy

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 203

Position:
DB

Experience:
3V

Shane Carter

Notable: 2007 consensus honorable mention All-Big Ten ... led the Big Ten with seven interceptions in 2007 ... seven interceptions were most for a Badger in a season since Jim Leonhard's seven in 2003

2008: Earned third letter ... played in 12 games, starting seven ... finished with 37 tackles (21 solo, 15 assisted), four pass breakups and two interceptions for 44 yards ... three stops against Cal Poly on Nov. 22 ... four tackles against Minnesota on Nov. 15 ... two tackles and a pass breakup at Indiana on Nov. 8 ... four tackles on Nov. 1 at Michigan State ... two tackles on Oct. 25 against Illinois ... one pass breakup at Iowa on Oct. 18 ... four tackles and a pass breakup against Penn State on Oct. 11 ... season-high seven tackles, including 0.5 for loss against Ohio State on Oct. 4 ... one interception and one tackle at Michigan on Sept. 27 ... four tackles on Sept. 13 at Fresno State ... interception returned for 43 yards, pass breakup and two tackles against Marshall on Sept. 6 ... four tackles in season-opener against Akron on Aug. 30 ... Preseason: named first-team All-Big Ten by Blue Ribbon College Yearbook ... second-team All-Big Ten by Athlon Sports and Phil Steele

2007: Earned second letter ... started all 13 games at free safety ... his team-high seven interceptions led the Big Ten, tied for sixth-most in nation and were most for a Badger in a season since Jim Leonhard had seven in 2003 ... team's fifth-leading tackler ... his nine passes defended ranked second on team ... five stops in Outback Bowl vs. 16th-ranked Tennessee ... three tackles and his seventh interception in win at Minnesota on Nov. 17 ... picked off two passes in upset win over 13th-ranked Michigan on Nov. 10 ... six tackles at No. 1-ranked Ohio State on Nov. 3 ... named UW co-defensive player of the week after he picked off two passes, broke up another and made two solo tackles in win over Northern Illinois on Oct. 20 ... season-best seven tackles, including six solos, at Penn State on Oct. 13 and at Illinois on Oct. 6 ... five tackles in win over 23rd-ranked Michigan State on Sept. 29 ... two tackles and a pass breakup in win over Iowa on Sept. 22 ... registered three solo tackles and a key third-quarter interception in win over The Citadel on Sept. 15 ... his first career interception came early in fourth quarter at UNLV on Sept. 8 and set up Taylor Mehlhaff's 51-yard field goal ... first career start and made five tackles vs. Washington State on Sept. 1

2006: Missed most of season due to injury ... saw action in defensive backfield and on special teams in first three games ... recorded three tackles, including season-high two vs. Western Illinois on Sept. 9

2005: Earned first letter as reserve DB and on special teams ... saw action in nine games ... made two tackles

High School: A 2004 first-team All-Southwest District choice and two-time first-team all-conference selection ... team captain and team MVP as a senior ... made 77 tackles, had six interceptions and broke up 17 passes in 2004 ... also had 19 receptions for 376 yards and six TDs ... career totals included 14 interceptions and 12 receiving TDs ... a two-time first-team all-conference basketball player, he was named league player of the year as a senior ... football coach was Steve Nolan

Personal: Parents are Clarence and Tammy Carter ... brother, Cris, was a star receiver at Ohio State and later with the Philadelphia Eagles and Minnesota Vikings ... brother, Butch, played college basketball at Indiana before pro career with New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers ... earned undergraduate degree in sociology in May 2009 ... taking graduate classes in the school of education

Stats

Career Statistics
Year	GP/GS	UT	AT	Tot.	TFL	QBS	FC	FR Int	PD
2005	9/0	1	1	2	0-0	0-0	0	0   0	0
2006	3/0	1	2	3	0-0	0-0	0	0   0	0
2007	13/13	39	17	56	0-0	0-0	0	0   7	9
2008	12/7	21	16	37	0.5-2	0-0	0	0   2	6
Totals	37/20	62	36	98	0.5	0-0	0	0   9	15

Game-by-Game Tackles 2005 SEASON: Temple (0-1=1); Iowa (1-0=1)

2006 SEASON: Bowling Green (1-0=1); Western Illinois (0-2=2)

2007 SEASON: Washington State (3-2=5); UNLV (1-3=4); The Citadel (3-0=3); Iowa (1-1=2); Michigan State (3-2=5); Illinois (6-1=7); Penn State (6-1=7); Northern Illinois (2-0=2); Indiana (3-1=4); Ohio State (3-3=6); Michigan (2-1=3); Minnesota (2-1=3); Tennessee (4-1=5)

2008 SEASON: Akron (3-1=4); Marshall (1-1=2); Fresno State (2-2=4); Michigan (1-0=1); Ohio State (3-4=7); Penn State (2-2=4); Illinois (1-1=2); Michigan State (3-1=4); Indiana (1-1=2); Minnesota (2-2=4); Cal Poly (2-1=3)

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