Monday, August 30, 2010

LSC Scoop Power Poll and Week One Superlatives

  1. WT (1) - ready to do battle with #2 Grand Valley State
  2. ACU (2) - will need to be sharp against Washburn
  3. TAMK (3) - can the Hogs hang tough at #1 Northwest Missouri?
  4. TSU (4) - easier opener than the top three and at home
  5. MSU (5) - cakewalk to open season and get everyone into the game
  6. TAMC (6) - another easy opener, should give team some confidence
  7. ASU (7) - Rams offense must capitalize on all opportunities, and defense needs some takeaways
  8. ENMU (9) - Greyhounds have a game under their belt, some kinks worked out
  9. UCO (10) - Lost, but move up anyway
  10. SOSU (8) - Blown out out by Henderson State (3-7 last year)
  11. ECU (12) - travel to Fort Hays in a battle of teams trying to move up in their conference pecking order
  12. NWU (13) - played Texans close last year, will be tough to improve on that in Stephenville
  13. UIW (11) - Langston may be a playoff team, but you have to win NAIA matchups
  14. SWO (14) - Outgained by a 391-177 margin by Emporia State doesn't bode well for the Dawgs
Best Team Overall Performance
Eastern New Mexico - Scored 38 unanswered points to take a 59-21 victory over Southern Nazarene.  Offense piled up 513 yards, while the defense gave up just 283, picking off 5 passes, picking up 5 sacks, and 10 tackles for loss.

Best Individual Offensive Performance - Wes Wood, ENMU
Wood completed 41-57 passes for 391 yards, 7 TDs, and 0 Ints, leading ENMU to a 59-21 victory over Southern Nazarene.  Wood spread the ball around, completing passes to 10 different Greyhounds, and TDs to 5 ENMU receivers.  The 7 TDs were just one short of the school record.  After one week, his passing efficiency rating is 170.1.

Best Individual Defensive Performance - Anthony Laws, SWO
Laws, a junior college transfer from Santa Rosa JC, led the Bulldogs with 18 tackles, including 16 solo in a 27-7 loss to Emporia State.

Best Individual Special Teams Performance - Tyler Cannon, ENMU
Cannon was a perfect 8-8 on PATs, and 1-2 on field goals.

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