- West Texas A&M - Offense off a bit, but defense more than made up for them.
- Tarleton State - Running game leads to five 70+ yard TD drives.
- Midwestern State - Mustangs use big first half to cruise to win on the road.
- Texas A&M-Kingsville - Offense finally comes to life, but too late.
- Angelo State - Rams utilize 2-1 time of possession advantage in close win over ACU.
- Abilene Christian - No running game, and inconsistent passing game will likely mean no playoffs.
- Eastern New Mexico - Were in the game with Tarleton State until the final five minutes.
- Incarnate Word - Solid defensive effort, but 146 yards of offense won't lead to a win.
- Texas A&M-Commerce - Off week give Lions a chance to regroup.
Week Four Superlatives
Offense - Keidrick Jackson, Midwestern State - rushed for 156 yards and 4 TDs to lead the Mustangs to a 45-28 road win over Texas A&M-Kingsville. Jackson helped Midwestern State take a 35-7 halftime lead with 3 one yard scores. Then with the Javelinas closing the gap to 35-21 early in the fourth quarter, Jackson ran through the defense for a 73 yard score, shifting the momentum back to MSU.
Defense - Kyle Voss, West Texas A&M - led the Buffs dominating defensive effort at Incarnate Word. Voss had a team high 14 tackles, with 3 for losses, including 2 sacks. West Texas A&M held UIW to just 146 total yards and the Cardinals did not run one play in the red-zone all night.
Special Teams - David Christmas, West Texas A&M - Christmas picked up a blocked punt and returned it 11 yards for a TD, giving WTAM a 24-0 lead and effectively put the game out of reach.