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Name: Mark Gronowski 
College: South Dakota State     Number: 11
Height: 6-2   Weight: 220
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Class/Draft Year: rJr/2025

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: 2ndC...P2ndC...2021: NAC



 Mark Gronowski, South Dakota State, Player News


  A different Dakota is celebrating a national championship nearly two decades after the border-state rivals moved up together to the Division I level. "I continue to think back in 2004 and wondering how it was going to work out. Well, this is pretty sweet how it's worked out," coach John Stiegelmeier said after South Dakota State won its first Football Championship Subdivision title Sunday. Mark Gronowski threw three touchdowns and ran 51 yards for another score as the Jackrabbits won 45-21 win over North Dakota State, which lost for the first time in its 10 FCS title game appearances since the move from NCAA Division II. As a true freshman two seasons ago, Gronowski tore the ACL in his left knee on the opening series of the Football Championship Subdivision title game. Now nearly 20 months after a loss in that unprecedented spring finale, and after the quarterback missed the entire 2021 season, the Jackrabbits (14-1) beat their border-state rival for the biggest prize in coach John Stiegelmeier's 26th season at his alma mater. "It's really a storybook ending for us," Gronowski said. "We made a memory," Stiegelmeier said. "I live through our players and I always will, always have. And so my joy is great today because their joy is great."

Amar Johnson rushed for 126 yards and Isaiah Davis had 119 for his ninth 100-yard game this season, and both scored touchdowns for South Dakota State. Gronowski, who completed 14 of 21 passes for 223 yards, had his scoring run on the third play of the second half to stretch the lead to 38-14. "We knew NDSU was going to fight until the end of the game, and we knew that we had to come out in the second half and just start fast, score early," Gronowski said. "That's what we did there on that play." Cam Miller was 17-of-26 passing for 256 yards with two TDs and two interceptions for the Bison (12-3), who went from Fargo to Frisco for the 10th time in 12 seasons. "So tough to lose," Bison coach Matt Entz said. "Not something we like to do, not something we're going to make a habit of at NDSU. But I'm more concerned about our players right now...They'll bounce back, I know that." The Jackrabbits have won the past four meetings between the Missouri Valley Football Conference rivals, all in less than two years. - South Dakota State/AP College Football


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  South Dakota State quarterback Mark Gronowski thought he had just twisted his ankle on the opening series of an unusual FCS title game two springs ago. It turned out to be much worse than that. Nearly 20 months after tearing the ACL in his left knee on a 3-yard run, and then missing the 2021 fall season that quickly followed, Gronowski is back in North Texas for another title shot. The Jackrabbits play Missouri Valley Football Conference rival and perennial Football Championship Subdivision champion North Dakota State on Sunday. "Most people only get one chance to play in a national championship, if ever. Just to have the second opportunity and get a kind of chance to redeem myself and redeem the entire team, it's a blessing," Gronowski said Friday from a room overlooking the field where he got hurt in May 2021. "I just remember walking in the first time, just being like "Wow," like I'm excited for this moment and I can't wait to be in this game. And that's kind of the feeling I have again right now."

The Jackrabbits (13-1) have won 13 in a row since a 7-3 loss at Big Ten team Iowa to open this season. That streak includes a 23-21 comeback win at defending champ North Dakota State in October - the same score of South Dakota State's title game loss to Sam Houston State, which blew a 10-point lead before its winning touchdown with 16 seconds left. Gronowski was a true freshman during that pandemic-affected season when South Dakota State and veteran coach John Stiegelmeier made their first FCS title game. After the quarterback's 3-yard keeper on the first play and a 16-yard pass, he got hurt in a pile at the end of another 3-yard run before a third-down incompletion on his last snap. In what is now his sophomore season, Gronowski has thrown for 2,743 yards and 23 touchdowns with only five interceptions. He also has 11 rushing scores. "Mark's comeback and his contribution to our football team is far greater than what you see on the field or in the stats. He's our best leader," said Stiegelmeier, in his 26th season at his alma mater. - AP College Football


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  Mark Gronowski threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third and top-seeded South Dakota State dominated fourth-seeded Montana State 39-18 on a frozen field Saturday in the FCS semifinals. The Jackrabbits (13-1), who have won 13 straight, head to Texas next month for a Missouri Valley Football Conference showdown with third-seeded North Dakota State (12-2). SDSU beat the defending national champion Bison 23-21 on Oct. 15. Gronowski led South Dakota State to touchdowns on its first five drives with a balanced offense that had 281 yards rushing and 192 passing. On the other side, the Jackrabbits' nation-best rushing defense (85.4 yards a game) held the nation's best rushing offense (331.8) to 52 yards.

The game started with the temperature at 10 degrees and the wind chill at minus-7. It was the coldest game ever played at South Dakota State. It was the third straight semifinal for the two teams. SDSU avenged a 31-17 loss last year at MSU. The teams swapped touchdowns on their opening drives and then the Jackrabbits scored three straight touchdowns, shocking the Bobcats with two long scoring runs for a 28-9 lead at the half. Gronowski, who had a 36-yard hookup with Tucker Kraft to open the scoring, capped a 12-play, 69-yard drive with a 1-yard plunge on the second drive. That gave him a rushing and passing TD in the same game nine times this season. The next two touchdowns were a 41-yard burst up the middle by Isaiah Davis and a 38-yard scamper by Amar Johnson on a field that played like a skating rink. Gronowski finished 10-of-13 passing for 189 yards and Davis ran for 158. - South Dakota State/AP College Football


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  2022 ALL-MISSOURI VALLEY FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM: QB Mark Gronowski, South Dakota State, So.,...Receiving second-team honors on offense were quarterback Mark Gronowski and tight end Zach Heins, both of whom were first-team honorees during the 2020-21 spring season. A sophomore from Naperville, Illinois, Gronowski made a successful return from an injury that sidelined him for the entire 2021 fall campaign, completing 185-of-285 passes (64.9 percent) for 2,247 yards and 18 touchdowns against five interceptions. The 2020-21 MVFC Offensive Player of the Year, Gronowski rushed and passed for touchdowns in the same game six times during the 2022 regular season as he gained 179 yards on the ground with eight scores. - South Dakota State Football

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  Mark Gronowski threw for 283 yards with a touchdown and he added a rushing score, and South Dakota Sate beat Illinois State 31-7 on Saturday to run the table in the Missouri Valley Football Conference for the first time in program history. South Dakota State (10-1, 8-0 Missouri Valley Conference) set a school record for consecutive victories with 10. The previos mark of nine was first set in 1928 and was matched with a streak that carried over between the 1950 (last three games) and 1951 (first six games) seasons. Jadon Janke caught five passes for 139 yards for SDSU, which is the outright conference champion. SDSU announced it set a regular-season average attendance record of 15,561. South Dakota State held Illinois State (5-5, 3-4) to seven first downs and 100 total yards. - South Dakota Sate/AP College Football

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  OCT 31 MISSOURI VALLEY PLAYER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE: QB Mark Gronowski, South Dakota State - Gronowski completed 22-of-28 passes for 233 yards and three touchdowns to lead a balanced Jackrabbit offense in a 49-7 victory over Indiana State on Oct. 29. He connected with eight different receivers, including throwing touchdown passes to Jadon Janke (11 yards), Mike Morgan (2 yards) and Tucker Kraft (21 yards). Gronowski also scored on a 2-yard run as the Jackrabbit first-team offense scored touchdowns on all seven of its drives. - Missouri Valley Football

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  Mark Gronowski threw for three touchdowns and ran for another to help South Dakota State ease by Indiana State 49-7 on Saturday. South Dakota State built a 21-0 lead by the 14:13 mark of the second quarter after two short touchdown runs by Isaiah Davis and another by Gronowski. Gronowski's 2-yard touchdown connection with fullback Michael Morgan capped South Dakota State's 21-point quarter for a 35-7 halftime lead. Gronowski started the third with a 21-yard scoring pass to Tucker Kraft. Davis rushed for two touchdowns and Amar Johnson added a team-high 75 yards rushing with a score for South Dakota State (8-1, 6-0 Missouri Valley Conference), which announced an attendance of 19,041. Jadon Janke had 82 yards receiving and a score, and Kraft added 59 yards and a score. Cade Chambers was 11 of 24 for 114 yards with one touchdown and one interception for Indiana State (1-7, 0-5). - South Dakota State/AP College Football

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  OCT 24 MISSOURI VALLEY CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: QB Mark Gronowski, South Dakota State, 6-3, 220, So., Naperville, Ill. (Neuqua Valley HS),...Gronowski accounted for a career-high five touchdowns - three passing and two rushing - in South Dakota State's 49-35 road victory at No. 20 North Dakota on Oct. 22. He completed 15-of-20 passes for 197 yards, including a 32-yard touchdown pass to Tucker Kraft late in the first half, followed by scoring tosses of 10 yards to Jaxon Janke and 2 yards to Zach Heins in the third quarter. Gronowski capped a 21-point third quarter on a 1-yard touchdown run, then added a 10-yard rushing TD in the fourth quarter. Gronowski added a 16-yard reception that set up his first rushing touchdown. - Missouri Valley Football

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  Mark Gronowski threw three touchdown passes and he ran for two scores, and South Dakota State dominated the second half in beating North Dakota 49-35 on Saturday for its seventh straight victory. South Dakota State (7-1, 5-0 Missouri Valley Conference) trailed 21-7 late in the second quarter and 21-14 at halftime. Gronowski led three third-quarter touchdown drives, connecting with Jaxon Janke from 10-yards out and Zach Heins from the 2. He also had a 1-yard scramble. Gronowski's 10-yard scoring run in the fourth made it 35 unanswered points for a 42-21 lead. He finished 15 of 20 for 197 yards and he carried it six times for 20 yards. South Dakota State intercepted Tommy Schuster two times. Schuster was 27 of 39 for 291 yards and a touchdown for North Dakota (4-3, 3-2). North Dakota blocked a SDSU punt and returned it 11 yards for a touchdown with 1:10 to play, but UND recovered the onside kick. - South Dakota State/AP College Football

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  OCT 17 MISSOURI VALLEY PLAYER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE: QB Mark Gronowski, South Dakota State - Gronowski was an efficient 16-of-21 passing for 152 yards and directed the Jackrabbits to scores - three field goals and a touchdown - on their first four drives of the second half to pull out a 23-21 road win over top-ranked North Dakota State on Oct. 15. Gronowski's 14-yard run after SDSU took over on downs with just over a minute to play sealed the Jackrabbits' third Dakota Marker win in a row over North Dakota State. - Missouri Valley Football

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  SEPT 26 MISSOURI VALLEY OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: QB Mark Gronowski, South Dakota State, 6-3, 220, So., (Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley H.S.),...Gronowski set single-game career highs in completions, yards and passing touchdowns in No. 2/3 South Dakota State's 28-14 road win at No. 4/6 Missouri State. He completed 22-of-29 passes for 319 yards and accounted for all four Jackrabbit touchdowns through the air. Gronowski book-ended touchdowns of 3 and 40 yards to Jadon Janke, while also connecting on scoring strikes of 13 yards to Jaxon Janke and the go-ahead 21-yarder to Zach Heins early in the fourth quarter. Gronowski directed scoring drives of 70 and 84 yards in the fourth quarter that took a combined 8 minutes and 35 seconds off the clock. - Missouri Valley Football

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  SEPT 19 MISSOURI VALLEY PLAYER OF THE WEEK NOMINEE: QB Mark Gronowski, South Dakota State - Gronowski tied a career high with three touchdown passes and ran for another in South Dakota State's 45-17 victory over Butler on Sept. 17. He finished the game 17-of-25 passing for 279 yards and connected with seven different receivers. Gronowski began the scoring with a 1-yard touchdown run on the opening drive of the game, then tossed touchdown passes of 7, 17 and 28 yards later in the first half. It marked the second time this season and sixth time in his career that Gronowski has rushed and passed for touchdowns in the same game. - Missouri Valley Football

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  Isaiah Davis rushed for 199 yards, including his first two touchdowns of the season, Mark Gronowski passed for 188 yards and a score, and South Dakota State beat winless Western Illinois 34-10 on Saturday. Davis scored on a 2-yard run on South Dakota State's opening drive of the game and he added a 12-yarder with 7:27 left in the fourth for a 31-point lead. SDSU rushed for a season-high 263 yards, while the Jackrabbits defense held WIU to 220 total yards. Jaxon Janke caught nine passes for 94 yards and a touchdown for South Dakota State (4-1, 2-0 Missouri Valley), which has won four straight. Six other SDSU receivers had one catch apiece. Clay Bruno was 10 of 20 for 129 yards and a touchdown, and Naseim Brantley had 107 yards receiving for Western Illinois (0-5, 0-2). SDSU will host rival South Dakota next week in the first meeting between the teams in Brookings since 2018. - AP College Football

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  Mark Gronowski threw a career-high four touchdown passes and South Dakota State defeated Missouri State 28-14 on Saturday in a Missouri Valley Football Conference opener matching top-five FCS teams. Gronowski threw touchdown passes of 21 yards to Zach Heins and 40 yards to Jadon Janke to snap a fourth-quarter tie. Gronowski's first-quarter TD pass to Jadon Janke was good for a 7-0 halftime lead that he extended with a 13-yard toss to Jaxon Janke - Jadon's brother - in the third quarter. It's the sixth time the brothers have each caught TD passes in the same game.

The Bears (2-2, 1-0) rallied with Jacardia Wright's 15-yard run and Jason Shelley's 67-yard pass to Raylen Sharpe in the third quarter. Gronowski was 22-of-29 passing with Heins finishing with 127 yards receiving and Jadon Janke 102 for the Jackrabbits (3-1, 1-0). Shelley threw for 357 yards in a 38-27 loss to 10th-ranked Arkansas last week and went over 6,000 for his career on Saturday after a 19-of-29 passing day for 185 yards with two interceptions. - South Dakota State/AP College Football


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  Mark Gronowski passed for 279 yards and three touchdowns, and he carried it eight times for 55 yards and a score to help South Dakota State beat Butler 45-17 on Saturday night. Jadon Janke, Zach Heins and Jaxon Janke each had a receiving touchdown for South Dakota State (2-1). Heins scored from 28-yards out, diving into the end zone for his eighth career touchdown to make it 28-7. Jadon Janke was left wide open in the corner of the end zone for a 17-yarder.

Canyon Bauer highlighted the first quarter by catching a short pass and breaking two tackles before running for a 54-yard gain. Jaxon Janke capped the 75-yard drive with a 7-yarder to give SDSU a lead, 14-7, it would not relinquish. SDSU held Butler to 264 total yards and 12 first downs in front of an announced attendance of 16,414. Bret Bushka passed for 211 yards with 56-yard touchdown and one interception for Butler (2-1). - South Dakota State/AP College Football


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  Mark Gronowski passed for a touchdown and ran for two more scores, Isaiah Davis had 25 carries for 112 yards and South Dakota State held on to beat UC Davis 24-22 Saturday night. Gronowski was 13-of-21 passing for 110 yards with two interceptions. He opened the scoring midway through the first quarter with a 1-yard TD run and capped an 11-play, 86-yard drive when he scored on a 5-yard run that made it 17-7 before Isaiah Gomez kicked a 36-yard field goal with 1 second left in the second quarter to pull UC Davis within a score at halftime.

Davis ran seven times for 42 yards during a 12-play, 75-yard drive that took nearly-6 minutes off the clock before Gronowski hit Tyler Feldkamp with a 7-yard touchdown pass - Feldkamp's only reception of the game - to make it 24-10 with 9 minutes to go. Miles Hastings completed 26 of 43 passes for 273 yards and three touchdowns for UC Davis (0-2). South Dakota State (1-1), which is ranked No. 3 in the FCS coaches poll following a 7-3 loss to Iowa in its opener, committed three turnovers and finished with just 250 total yards. - South Dakota State/AP College Football


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  2022 PRESEASON MISSOURI VALLEY FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): QB Mark Gronowski, South Dakota State,...The lone second-team honor received by a Jackrabbit player went to quarterback Mark Gronowski. A sophomore from Naperville, Illinois, Gronowski helped lead SDSU to the FCS national title game during the 2020-21 spring season, but sat out last fall due to injury. In his first season in the lineup, Gronowski completed 57.4 percent (108-of-188) of his passes for 1,565 yards and 15 touchdowns, while adding another 577 yards (7.0 ypc) and seven touchdowns on the ground. - South Dakota State Football

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  Mark Gronowski passed for two touchdowns and caught a 24-yard TD pass from Pierre Strong Jr. to help top-seeded South Dakota State beat Delaware 33-3 in the semifinals of the FCS playoffs on Saturday. South Dakota State, in its ninth consecutive FCS playoffs appearance, advanced to the championship game for the first time in program history. The Jackrabbits (8-1) will face the Sam Houston State-James Madison winner in the championship game on May 16 in Frisco, Texas. Gronowski had 115 of his 162 yards passing, 23 of his 27 yards rushing and all of his 24 yards receiving in the first half to help South Dakota State build a 27-3 lead. Strong ran for 73 yards and a touchdown. Jaxon Janke caught three passes for 64 yards and a touchdown and returned a punt 55 yards in the second quarter. - South Dakota State/AP College Football

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  South Dakota State quarterback Mark Gronowski accounted for 317 total yards and four touchdowns and the Jackrabbits trounced Western Illinois 45-10 on Saturday. He threw for 197 yards and a pair of touchdowns and ran for 120 yards on four carries with two scores. Gronowski's 22-yard touchdown run early in the first quarter was the game's first score. His 80-yard touchdown run with 4:55 left before halftime gave South Dakota State (2-1, 2-1 Missouri Valley Football Conference) a 35-3 lead. Gronowski threw a 44-yard touchdown pass to Jadon Janke and a 12-yarder to Mason Leighton for a 42-10 advantage 41 seconds before halftime. Isaiah Davis ran for 118 yards on nine carries and touchdown for the Jackrabbits as they amassed 531 total yards; 328 of which came on the ground. Western Illinois' (0-2, 0-2) Connor Sampson threw for 278 yards and a touchdown and was intercepted three times. - South Dakota State/AP College Football

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  MARCH 8 MISSOURI VALLEY OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: QB Mark Gronowski, South Dakota State, 6-3, 200, Fr., Naperville (Ill.) Neuqua Valley High,...Gronowski accounted for four first-half touchdowns, running for two and passing for two, in South Dakota's State 45-10 home win over Western Illinois on March 6. He opened the scoring with a 22-yard touchdown run. In the second quarter, he sandwiched an 80-yard touchdown run around TD passes of 44 and 12 yards to Jadon Janke and Mason Leighton, respectively. For the game, Gronowski was 12-of-19 passing for 178 yards and carried four times for 120 yards. - Missouri Valley Conference Football

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  South Dakota State quarterback Mark Gronowski accounted for 317 total yards and four touchdowns and the Jackrabbits trounced Western Illinois 45-10 on Saturday. He threw for 197 yards and a pair of touchdowns and ran for 120 yards on four carries with two scores. Gronowski's 22-yard touchdown run early in the first quarter was the game's first score. His 80-yard touchdown run with 4:55 left before halftime gave South Dakota State (2-1, 2-1 Missouri Valley Football Conference) a 35-3 lead. Gronowski threw a 44-yard touchdown pass to Jadon Janke and a 12-yarder to Mason Leighton for a 42-10 advantage 41 seconds before halftime. - South Dakota State/AP College Football

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  FEB 22 MISSOURI VALLEY NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK: QB Mark Gronowski, South Dakota State, 6-3, 200, Fr., Naperville, Ill.,...In his collegiate debut, the true freshman accounted for all three South Dakota State touchdowns in the fifth-ranked Jackrabbits' 24-20 victory at No. 3 Northern Iowa. Gronowski completed 19-of-29 passes for 194 yards and touchdown passes of 6 yards to Jaxon Janke in the second quarter and the game-winning 1-yard toss to Pierre Strong, Jr. with 19 seconds remaining in the game that capped a 10-play, 75-yard drive. He also rushed for 24 yards on 10 carries, including a 5-yard touchdown late in the first half. Gronowski connected with seven different receivers in the game. - Missouri Valley Conference Football

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