Midlands players in Division I football, Nov. 30

Lincoln Southeast product Bryson Williams had two tackles and two assists in Wisconsin's 37-15 loss to Minnesota.

A roundup of players with Midlands ties not playing at Nebraska and how they fared in Division I football contests.

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FBS

IOWA (8-4)

Noah Fant (Omaha South), TE, Jr.: One reception for 12 yards in 31-28 win over Nebraska.

Sam Brincks (Carroll Kuemper), DT, Sr.: Started, no stats.

KANSAS STATE (5-7)

Adam Holtorf (Seward), OL, Jr.: Starting center in 42-38 loss at Iowa State.

WYOMING (6-6)

Rudy Stofer (Kearney), OT, R-Fr.: Started at right tackle in 31-3 win at New Mexico.

ARIZONA STATE (7-5)

Jared Bubak (Lincoln Christian), TE, R-So.: Played, no stats, in 41-40 win at Arizona.

WISCONSIN (7-5)

Bryson Williams (Lincoln Southeast), DL, Fr.: Two tackles, two assists in 37-15 loss to Minnesota.

OHIO (8-4)

Brett Kitrell (Ashland-Greenwood), OL, So.: Started in 49-28 win over Akron.

Brian Arp (Kearney), DL, Jr.: One assist.

GEORGIA SOUTHERN (9-3)

Ryan Langan (Riverside), LS, So.: Long snapper in 35-14 win at Georgia State.

LOUISIANA (7-5)

Masry Mapieu (York), DL, Fr.: Played, no stats, in 31-28 win at Louisiana Monroe.

FCS

NORTHERN IOWA (7-5)

Jackson Scott-Brown (Council Bluffs St. Albert), OG, Jr.: Started in 16-13 win over Lamar (FCS first round). Saturday: at UC Davis

Caden Houghtelling (Cambridge), DL, Fr.: Played, no stats.

INCARNATE WORD (6-5)

Malik Harris (Omaha Central), DL, Sr.: Five solo tackles, one assist in 35-14 loss to Montana State in FCS first round. Season totals were 13 solo tackles, 21 assists, seven tackles for loss and three sacks.

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