Football Safety Tank Williams To Chat Online At 12:45 pm, PT
Oct. 10, 2001
Welcome to ESPN.com's moderated chat room. On Wednesday, Stanford safety Tank Williams hits the chat to talk about the (No. 23 AP, No. 22 ESPN/USA Today) Cardinalfootball team, who have started the season 3-0.
Williams has been a major factor on the defensive side of the ball for the Cardinal, recording a 18 tackles, three pass deflections and two interceptions so far through the first three games. The senior is currently tied for ninth in the NCAA and second in the Pac-10 in interceptions (.67 per game). Williams, a native of Bay St. Louis, Ms., has earned the reputation as one of the best safeties in all of college football and is a candidate for the Jim Thorpe Award. He was named a preseason First Team All-Pac-10 and Honorable Mention All-America by several publications.
Williams was third on the team with 66 total tackles last season and earned Second Team All-Pac-10 Conference honors. He was the team's starter at free safety for all 11 games and had three interceptions, as well.
The Cardinal will attempt to keep their winning streak and undefeated record in tact when they square off against Washington State this Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Homecoming game.
Williams won't hit chat until Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. PT. Feel free to drop him some questions now and we'll save them for his arrival.