Monday, September 9, 2013

LSC Football Recap - Week One

Latest AFCA Poll
4. West Texas A&M - drops a spot despite win over Wester State
15. Midwestern State - moves up two spots, with losses by Winston-SaleM AND Ashland
RV - Texas A&M-Kingsville, Tarleton State

Other Super Region 4 Teams - 
5. Colorado State-Pueblo
10. Grand Valley State
14. Indianapolis
18. Chadron State
21. Ashland
RV - Colorado School of Mines, Saginaw Valley, Michigan Tech, New Mexico Highlands, Ohio Dominican, Missouri S&T

Official LSC Weekly Football Release
Their player's of the week - Dustin Vaughan (WTAM), Brandon James (TAMK), Matt Stoll (TAMK)


Game Recaps

WT 48-21 over Western State
West Texas A&M senior quarterback Dustin Vaughan likes playing Western State Colorado University.  Saturday, he went 37 of 57 for a career-high 470 yards and a career-high six touchdowns as the No. 3-ranked Buffaloes won 48-21 in Gunnison, Colo.

TAMK 21-14 over Central Washington
Texas A&M-Kingsville head coach David Calloway called for a trick play late in the fourth quarter and senior kicker Matt Stoll made his coach look like a genius in his head coaching debut running 17 yards on a fake field goal attempt for the game-winning touchdown with 6:48 remaining in a 21-14 victory over Central Washington on Saturday.

TAMC 51-6 over Sul Ross State
The Colby Carthel era got off to an emphatic start as A&M-Commerce dominated Sul Ross State from the opening whistle, rolling the Lobos in a 51-6 season-opening victory at Memorial Stadium.

ASU 38-26 over Black Hills State
Jermie Calhoun ran for a career high 140 yards and scored two touchdowns to help lead Angelo State to a 38-26 season-opening win over Black Hills State on Thursday at San Angelo Stadium.
Jermie Calhoun

ENMU falls to New Mexico Highlands 31-28
New Mexico Highlands (1-0) edged the Eastern New Mexico University football team (0-1) in a thrilling season opener for both teams, by a score of 31-28, Saturday night at Greyhound Stadium. Darrelyn McCloud's 33-yard interception in the third quarter marked the first time an ENMU player scored defensively, since Jayson Serda, against Incarnate Word, last season.

Complete Recaps


LSC Scoop Players of the Week
Offense - Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M - With his 470 yard, 6 TD, 0 Int. season-opener, Vaughan gets a good start on topping the LSC career passing charts.

Defense - Lamont Hills, Texas A&M-Kingsville - Hills was enjoying a good game in his first start for the Javelinas, but made the defensive play of the game as he recovered a Central Washington fumble on the Javelina 2 yard line with under 10 seconds to play, preserving a 21-14 win on the road.

Special Teams - Matt Stoll, Texas A&M-Kingsville - Stoll was 3-3 on PATs, but made his biggest contribution without kicking the ball.  With the score tied at 14 midway through the fourth quarter, the Javelinas called for a fake field goal.  Stoll was unable to find an open receiver, and took off with the ball, outrunning the CWU defenders and scoring the eventual winning touchdown.


LSC Scoop Power Poll

  1. West Texas A&M - First unit in midseason form already.
  2. Midwestern State - idle
  3. Tarleton State - idle
  4. Texas A&M-Kingsville - Not pretty, but a long distance road win is a good sign.
  5. Angelo State - Strong,strong effort by the running game.
  6. Texas A&M-Commerce - Not a stern test, but this score would have been much closer last year.
  7. Eastern New Mexico - Never gave up and almost pulled off the comeback upset.

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