Editor's Note: Here are the final Lone Star Conference rankings by
Globe-News assistant sports editor Greg Jaklewicz, who covers West Texas A&M
football and the LSC. Congrats to ACU on its league title and to Central
Oklahoma and Texas A&M-Kingsville for turnaround seasons.
ASU football team looks to the future
"It was frustrating," ASU head coach Dale Carr said. "It was
frustrating and everybody knows. The quarterback position hurt us. Now I feel
like we have one really good quarterback coming back next year, Josh, and a
pretty dang good quarterback coming back. I think Michael has really grown a lot
in the last two or three games. He has really impressed me. He is tough."
Adams provides a kick for Wildcats
Matt Adams hasn't been in too many pressure situations this season.
In fact, until the Abilene Christian University senior kicked four field goals
in Saturday's 47-17 victory over Midwestern State University, he had pretty much
been relegated to kicking extra points -- a lot of extra points -- this season.
But that's the life of a kicker on a No.-2 ranked ACU team that has been blowing
opponents away en route to a 10-0 regular season and undisputed Lone Star
Related: ACU tops again
WT secondary remains confident
West Texas A&M's secondary finally is healthy. That's
good, because Central Washington, the Buffs' opponent to open the Division II
playoffs, will be throwing the ball.