OCC linked this in a front page post, but I wanted to draw more attention to it if possible. Before you tar and feather me, read some of it. ""The Terminator" in his 2011 performance, as he became just the third player in the collegiate ranks, at all levels of competition, since 1985, to produce two blocking consistency grades of 100 percent, joining Larry Allen of Division II Sonoma State (1993) and Southern California’s Tony Boselli (1994) in accomplishing that feat. Just four other linemen have garnered 100 percent grades for blocking consistency more than once in a career " "Zeitler started 35-of-39 games that he played in for Wisconsin since the beginning of his sophomore campaign in 2009, holding the distinction of being the only active player (at least two years as a starter) in the Big Ten Conference to not allow any quarterback sacks during his career…The right offensive guard has posted 360 key blocks/knockdowns that included 68 touchdown resulting blocks and 28 more blocks down field…The lineman has been penalized just three times as a collegian and has a blocking consistency grade of 89.57 percent, scoring at least 90 percent in 23 contests…His string of thirteen consecutive 90 percent-plus blocking consistency performances in 2011 set the school record and is shattered the Badgers’ annual record of nine 90 percent-plus contests recorded by offensive tackle Joe Thomas in 2006." "Zeitler leads the nation’s offensive linemen with a 97.23 percent grade for blocking consistency, along with producing 142 key blocks/knockdowns and 33 touchdown-resulting blocks in 2011.