Friday, November 7, 2008

Daily Football Roundup 11-7

Abilene Christian's Scott one of 24 finalists for Harlon Hill Award
Abilene Christian University running back Bernard Scott is one of 24 players in the running for the Harlon Hill Award, given each year to the best player in NCAA Division II football, including three finalists from 2007 and three other players who were candidates last season.

Related: Buffs wide receiver Martin finalist for Harlon Hill Award

Title team?
"I think this team has all the components it takes to win a championship," Jones said. "Offensively, we've got playmakers all over the field. We've got a very good offensive line. As long as your quarterback can stand back there and have time to throw it, he should complete it. But if he's
laying on his back, you don't make any completions. Defensively, we're much, much better than we were last year. (Head coach) Chris (Thomsen) has done a good job of recruiting a good group of athletes in here on defense.

QB Garza to close out college career after a successful season with Javs
When Billy Garza headed back south some 1,400 miles he thought he would be toting some experience being a part of an NCAA Division I football program at Illinois and some pearls of wisdom he could pass along to his new teammates at Texas A&M-Kingsville.

Little did he know the impact he would have and the school records he continues to acquire.

Related: Javelina Notebook: 11.07.08

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