Monday, November 12, 2012

LSC Scoop Power Poll and Player Superlatives Week Eleven

  1. Midwestern State - did what they needed to, now head to Indianapolis for playoff game
  2. West Texas A&M - got some help from Saginaw Valley, now head to Chadron to start playoffs
  3. Texas A&M-Kingsville - Kanza Bowl is not playoffs, but could it lead them there next year?
  4. Tarleton State - offense was really clicking with Fenske at the helm
  5. Abilene Christian - leave the LSC on a high note
  6. Angelo State - another middle of the pack season
  7. Eastern New Mexico - need to fortify the defense
  8. Incarnate Word - Cardinals leave the conference with a 6-20 LSC record
  9. Texas A&M-Commerce - once mighty Lions are 5-26 over past three years

Week Eleven Superlatives
Offense - Multiple Choices in this final week
Chauncey Harris, Midwestern State - rushed for 232 yards and 2 TDs on just 16 carries
Mitchell Gale, Abilene Christian - threw for 408 yards and 2 TDs to become all-time LSC leader in passing yards
Robert Armstrong, Texas A&M-Kingsville - caught 6 passes for 144 yards and 3 TDs
Jake Fenske, Tarleton State - threw for 434 yards and 3 TDs 

Defense - Justin Stephens, Abilene Christian - led ACU with 14 tackles, including a 19 yard sack in the third quarter

Special Teams - Saul Meza, Incarnate Word - was a perfect 4-4 on field goals to account for all of UIW's points in a 24-12 loss to Abilene Christian

Mitchell Gale, Abilene Christian - finished his collegiate career with 12,109 passing yards to move to #1 on the LSC career charts.  His 97 touchdown passes are good for second all-time.
Wes Wood, Eastern New Mexico - moved up to #11 all-time in the LSC with 7,905 passing yards
Nate Poppell, Texas A&M-Kingsville - moved into the #3 slot on TAMK's all-time passing yard list
Trent Rios, Incarnate Word - finishes his career with 2,420 rushing yards with 23 TDs and 4,224 all-purpose yards, all easily tops in the UIW record book
Jonathan Woodson, Texas A&M-Kingsville - surpassed 5,000 all-purpose yards
Keidrick Jackson, Midwestern State - #3 on MSU's single season rushing charts, 124 behind #1
Khiry Robinson, West Texas A&M - first Buffalo to reach 1,000 rushing yards since Keithon Flemming in 2007

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