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Adam Weber was born on August 3, 1987 in Shoreview, Minnesota. He attended Mounds View High School in Minnesota before joining the University of Minnesota Gopher football team in 2006 where he redshirted as a freshman.
In high school, Adam Weber was a three-time all-state and all-conference. He was named conference co-MVP his senior year and was his team’s MVP three times. In his senior year, Weber completed 137 of 250 passes for 1,913 yards and 14 touchdowns. On his career, Weber completed 320 passes on 598 attempts for 4,771 yards and 35 touchdowns. The quick-footed quarterback also rushed for 1,519 yards and 28 touchdowns during his career. Weber was also a basketball, baseball and track athlete in high school.
Adam Weber’s father, Bob, was a three-year letterwinner with the University of Minnesota Gopher football team.
Despite a tough Gopher Football Season, Adam Weber recorded some impressive stats for a freshman. Weber started all 12 games and completed 258 of 449 passes for 2,895 yards and 24 touchdowns. As a sophomore in 2008, Adam Weber improved his stats. He earned second team All-Big Ten, connected on 255 of his 410 passing attempts for 2,761 yards, had a completion percentage of 62.2 percent which led the Big Ten, and threw 15 touchdown passes. In 2009, Adam Weber broke some school records on his way to another banner season. He has thrown for 8,238 yards in his career which is first place in Minnesota Gopher history. He made his 38th consecutive start at the 2009 Insight Bowl. He threw for 2,582 yards and 13 touchdowns. Adam Weber needs just 1,762 passing yards to become the fifth player in Big Ten history to pass for more than 10,000 career yards.
As a senior, Adam Weber is poised to shatter more records and lead the Minnesota Gophers to a successful season. Order your Minnesota Golden Gopher football tickets today and help cheer on Adam Weber as he enters his fourth year starting at TCF Bank Stadium.
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