Monday, October 7, 2013

LSC Football Recap - Week 5

LSC Scoop Players of the Week
Offense - Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M - Vaughan completed 32-40 passes for 401 yards and 7 TDs, leading the Buffaloes to a 72-0 win over Central State.  Vaughan threw six TD passes in the first half and one early in the fourth quarter, giving WT a 58-0 lead, before giving way to David Lehocky.  Vaughan surpassed the 10,000 yard career passing mark to become the all-time WT leader in passing yards, and just the third LSC player to pass the 10,000 plateau.  He needs just 3 TD passes to tie Keith Null for the WT record in that category.  

Defense - Marquis Wadley, Tarleton State  - led the Texans with 16 tackles and forced an early fumble as Tarleton beat Eastern New Mexico, setting up the last game of undefeated LSC teams this season.

Special Teams - Desmond Jackson, Tarleton State - Jackson returned 3 punts for 82 yards.  His returned a first quarter punt 72 yards to the ENMU 11 yard line giving the Texans some momentum after turning the ball over on their first two possessions.  He is now averaging 16.1 yards per punt return for the season, 9th best in the country.


LSC Scoop Power Poll
  1. West Texas A&M - Vaughan becomes third LSC QB to top 10,000 passing yards.
  2. Tarleton State - Still undefeated, but not dominating games like WT is.
  3. Midwestern State - Running game rounding back into form.
  4. Texas A&M-Commerce - Have won every game when passing for 300 yards.
  5. Texas A&M-Kingsville - QB carousel results in LSC worst offense.
  6. Angelo State - Rushed for 322 yards, but outgained 473-483 by McMurry?
  7. Eastern New Mexico - 3 Greyhound fumbles led to 17 UIW TSU points.
Game Recaps 

WT stays at #4, TSU moves up a spot to 21 and MSU re-enters the rankings at #25.  No other LSC team is receiving votes.

Other Super Region 4 teams - #5 Colorado State-Pueblo, #19 Chadron State, #20 Ohio Dominican, #21 Indianapolis, #24 Grand Valley State.  Saginaw Valley and Ferris State are receiving votes.

Big games this weekend - #4 WT at #21 Tarleton State, #5 C-SUP at #19 Chadron, and #24 Grand Valley at Ferris State.

LSC Weekly Football Release 
West Texas A&M visits Tarleton State in a key Lone Star Conference game this week.  The Buffs and Texans are both nationally ranked and undefeated in 2013.
Three other contests are on the slate as well, with Eastern New Mexico at Angelo State and A&M-Commerce at Texas A&M-Kingsville in league action.  Midwestern State hosts McMurry in the lone non-conference game.
The LSC holds a 2-1 advantage in the GSC-LSC First and Ten Challenge with MSU's win over West Georgia and A&M-Commerce's triumph over Delta State, while Angelo State fell to Valdosta State.
LSC football teams are 20-11 overall this season.  The squads are 3-2 combined versus the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Great Lakes Valley Conference and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference teams, which are also in NCAA Super Regional Four.

Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M University, SR, QB, Corpus Christi, Texas, Calallan HS
Senior quarterback Dustin Vaughan set the school career passing record in the Buffs' 72-0 win over Central State Saturday. Vaughan went 32 of 40 with no interceptions and a career-high and Lone Star Conference record tying seven touchdowns for 401 yards. He broke the school record on a 35-yard pass late in the first quarter as he surpassed Taylor Harris who had 9,799 yards. Vaughan finished the game with 10,085 career yards. His previous best in touchdowns in a game was six in the season-opener at Western State. He is just three career touchdown passes (89) from tying the school-record of 92 set by Keith Null. He also moved into the top spot in school history in career total yards with 10,244 surpassing Harris.

Marqui Christian, Midwestern State University, SO, S, Spring, Texas, Spring HS
The sophomore sensation for the Mustangs, Christian tallied a season-high 15 tackles in leading Midwestern State to a 43-10 win against Texas A&M-Kingsville. Christian led Midwestern to holding A&M-Kingsville to just 186 yards of total offense, half of the Javelinas average of 373.7 per outing entering the game. Of those 186 (the fewest gained by a Lone Star Conference team this season), TAMUK collected just 47 yards in the second half of the game televised regionally by Comcast SportsNet. The 6-1 sophomore strong safety from Spring, Texas also posted half a tackle for loss and chalked up a pass break up against the Javelinas. Christian's 15 tackles is ninth for a single game in MSU history, and is the most by a Midwestern player since Cody Thompson record 16 in an NCAA playoff game at Northwest Missouri State in on Nov. 25, 2006.

Cameron Frosch, Texas A&M University - Commerce, SR, P, Rowlett, Texas, Rowlett HS
Frosch was a key figure in helping lead A&M-Commerce to the 31-29 victory over Southeastern Oklahoma Saturday. The senior punter had six punts, averaging 48.2 yards per kick with a long of 53 yards. He had two punts inside the 20 as both of those kicks were downed within the five-yard line, pinning the Savage Storm deep. Frosch has been one of the constants for the Lions for four years, ranking fourth in the LSC with a 40.1 punting average in 2013.

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