Underwood finished sixth in the 2012 Buchanan Award voting, the highest among the returnees.
2005 Buck Buchanan Award Finalist
2005 All-Gateway First Team
2005 Sports Xchange All-America First Team
2005 Sports Network All-America Second Team
2005 Associated Press All-America Third Team
2005: Started all 11 games at outside linebacker ... led the team and conference in total tackles with 132, including 55 solo stops ... averaged 12 tackles per game ... second on the team in TFLs with 14 ... set a career high at Youngstown State and against Indiana State with 17 tackles ... recorded 2.5 of 9 sacks against UNI ... had eight double-digit tackle games.
2004: Started 10 games and played in all 11 ... ranked second on the team in tackles with 92, including 39 solo stops ... posted five double-digit tackle games, including a career-high 14 against Eastern Illinois ... also had a sack and a forced fumble in the EIU game ... collected seven tackles for loss.
2003: Played in 11 games, all as a reserve ... blocked a punt at Eastern Illinois that forced a game-tying safety ... logged a season-high four tackles in the opener against Drake ... tallied three stops at Illinois and again against Truman State.
Washington State 2002: Redshirted.
Clairemont HS: Harbor League Defensive MVP senior year ... MVP of team and captain ... tallied 135 tackles in eight and a half games, which broke the single-season tackle record he set as a junior ... all-academic selection three years ... led the league in turnovers and sacks as a senior ... named Clairemont Athlete of the Year ... coached by Manuel Diaz.
Data: Born 4-10-84 in San Diego, Calif. ... son of Dan (deceased) and Liz Siskowic ... his younger brother, Kyle, is a freshman linebacker for the Redbirds ... major: recreation and park administration ... twice named to the AFNI Honor Roll ... pronounced SIS-co-wick.