Monday, September 7, 2009

LSC Scoop Power Poll and Week 2 Superlatives

  1. Abilene Christian (1) - Blew out Fort Lewis as expected.
  2. Texas A&M-Kingville (2) - No letdown against East Central.
  3. Tarleton State (3) - Offense struggled, but defense was stellar.
  4. Midwestern State (5) - Surprisingly easy win over Savage Storm.
  5. Central Oklahoma (7) - Back on track with upset in Canyon.
  6. West Texas A&M (4) - Buffs struggling to find groove.
  7. Southeastern Oklahoma (6) - No answers for Mustangs
  8. Angelo State (8) - Prospects good for Rams despite Texas State loss.
  9. Eastern New Mexico (11) - Greyhounds mix in some running on offense.
  10. Texas A&M-Commerce (9) - Loss and injuries could make for a long season.
  11. Northeastern State (10) - defense was great, kept Riverhawks in striking distance.
  12. East Central (12) - Tigers struggling mightily on both sides of the ball.
  13. Southwestern Oklahoma (13) - See ECU comment.

Best Team Performance - Midwestern State
Beating Southeastern Oklahoma was not a big surprise (though we picked it wrong), but the margin was. The Mustangs rolled up 400 yards of offense, while holding the Savage Storm to 222.

Best Offensive Performance - Eastern New Mexico
Rolled up 657 yards of offense, including 124 on the ground. Had 5 touchdown drives of 60+ yards.
Best Defensive Performance - Tarleton State
Texans limited Northeastern State to 148 yards of offense, and tightend up late in the fourth quarter, as the Riverhawks had a first down on Tarleton's 25 yard line and not scoring.

Offensive Player of the Week - JJ Harp, ENMU
Harp threw for 492 yards and 3 TDs in ENMU's win over SWO.

Defensive Player of the Week - Terry Hardeman, UCO
Hardeman keyed the Broncho defense, with 10 tackles, including 3 TFL, a sack and a pass broken up.

Special Teams Player of the Week - Garrett Tidwell, ASU
Tidwell had a 23 yard punt return and 182 yards on 5 kickoff returns, including a 98 yard TD return against Texas State.

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