2011 (Senior): Started the first two games of the season vs. Ball State and against Virginia ... played in five games overall at guard.
2010 (Junior): Played in 11 games with six starts ... saw time at both guard positions and right tackle ... started five times at right guard and once at right tackle ... front five shared 15th nationally surrendering 1.0 sack per game ... offensive line allowed one sack per 42.8 pass attempts, which led the Big Ten ... Damisch allowed 2.5 sacks on the year ... IU led the league and ranked 14th nationally with 287.2 passing yards per game ... Hoosiers threw for a school-record 480 yards vs. No. 19 Michigan ... team surpassed 350 passing yards three times and 300 passing yards on six occasions.
2009 (Sophomore): Made first career start in season-opening win vs. Eastern Kentucky and appeared in nine games overall at both guard positions ... offensive line allowed just 16 sacks on the season, a total that ranked second in the Big Ten and shared 28th nationally ... the front five surrendered one sack per 27.5 pass attempts, which ranked second in the Big Ten ... ended year fourth in Big Ten and 35th nationally with 247.9 passing yards per game ... team rushed for over 180 yards on four occasions, including 197 yards at No. 23 Michigan and 196 yards vs. Purdue ... 197 yards was IU's second-highest rushing total in 60 all-time games vs. Michigan.
2008 (Freshman): Named scout team player of the week following the Northwestern game.
Prep/Personal: Offensive tackle for head coach Rich Roberts at Buffalo Grove High School ... collected all-state, all-area and all-conference honors his senior season ... also named team most valuable player in 2007 ... an academic all-conference selection ... ranked the No. 82 offensive tackle in the nation by ESPN.com and the 38th-best prospect in the state of Illinois by Scout.com ... Prep Star All-Midwest Region selection ... earned two varsity letters in football, one in track and one in baseball ... parents are Janet and the late Craig Damisch ... born on Nov. 4, 1989, Marc James Damisch is a tourism management major.