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#42 R.C. Kilgore
Position: Linebacker
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 225
Year: Senior
Hometown: Cottage Grove, Minn.
High School: Park H.S.
Major: HPER
Experience: 3 Letters
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R.C. is expected to be in the mix for a starting role following an injury-plagued 2012 season ... four-time honoree on the Missouri Valley Football Conference Honor Roll and a recipient of the Commissioner’s Academic Excellence Award

2012
Was limited to eight games ... played in first six games, recording season-high four tackles at Northern Iowa before missing the next month ... returned to the lineup in Football Championship Subdivision playoff game against Eastern Illinois and was credited with one tackle ... also saw action in playoff game at North Dakota State

2011
Came off the bench in all 11 games, recording a tackle in 10 contests ... credited with six solo tackles at Illinois ... notched a tackle and recovered a fumble in win at Youngstown State ... made career-high seven tackles, including sack, versus North Dakota State ... closed season strong, racking up five tackles in Hobo Day win over Southern Illinois and adding six stops at Western Illinois

2010
Contributed mostly on special teams in earning first varsity letter ... played in final nine games of season ... honored as squad’s Special Teams Player of the Week after collecting tackle and forced fumble at North Dakota State ... blocked punt and was credited with tackle in win over North Dakota in season finale

2009
Redshirted ... was named Scout Special Teams Player of the Week prior to game at Cal Poly and Scout Defense Player of the Week before victory over Northern Iowa ... honored academically on Missouri Valley Football Conference Honor Roll

BEFORE SDSU
Was a record-setting quarterback at Park High School in Cottage Grove, Minn. ... a starter since his sophomore season for coach Doug Ekmark, he set the career passing mark in earning all-conference honors twice, as well as honorable mention all-state recognition