People from Cook County, Illinois: Tai Streets, Zak Kustok, Jane Lynch, David Molk, Patrick Stump, Antwaan Randle El, Fred Noonan

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General Books LLC, 2010 - 46 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 44. Chapters: Tai Streets, Zak Kustok, Jane Lynch, David Molk, Patrick Stump, Antwaan Randle El, Fred Noonan, Quinn Buckner, Ted Kluszewski, Joseph Barss, Jim Les, Fred Baer, Pat Fitzgerald, Angelo DiBernardo, Lee Archambault, Scott Bauer, James Augustine, Gilbert Renfroe, Ron Mahay, Lauren Storm, Mike Hall, Brenda C. Barnes, Carl Augustus Hansberry, Nelsan Ellis, Jennifer Lien, Jim Olin, Nick Allen, Joel Minnick Longenecker, Paul DiBernardo, Donald Stephens, Al Lewis, Jimmy Pardo, John Francis Daley, Deleon Richards, Michelle L'amour, Jim Irsay, William Jackson, Sheldon Drobny, Luke Butkus, Robert Todd Lincoln Beckwith, Tim Jamison, Don Kolloway, William Meyer, Duff Abrams, Russell Arms, Maurice Acker, John T. Frederick, Alex Seith, Chris Collins, Christine Cegelis, Alex Neuberger, Ray McElroy, Mike Price, Ben Ponzio, Kerwin Waldroup, Mike Jones, Derrick Walker, Gene Nudo, Ron Miller, Mark Barnett, Catherine J. Melchert, Jim Browne. Excerpt: Connection Timeout Zak Adam Kustok (born February 24, 1979) is an American businessman who was starting quarterback for the Northwestern Wildcats from 1999 to 2001. He originally matriculated at Notre Dame, but suffered from a change in the offensive game plan when Bob Davie replaced Lou Holtz, who had recruited him. Early in his second season in 1998 he left the program and joined Northwestern after its fifth game in 1999. Despite playing only two and a half seasons for Northwestern, he is the current Northwestern recordholder for many quarterback rushing and passing statistics, including single season and career rushing touchdowns, career rushing yardage, career and single-season consecutive games with a touchdown pass and career consecutive pass attempts without an interception. He was a 2001 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award finalist. Kustok is the son of Allan and Anita Kustok. Allan was a...

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