Tuesday, September 29, 2015

LSC Scoop Power Poll - Week 4

LSC Scoop Football Power Poll

  1. Angelo State - Impressive win against their first quality opponent of the year
  2. Texas A&M-Commerce - Lions pulling away from teams in second half.
  3. Midwestern State - Are we seeing the offensive engine starting to warm up?
  4. West Texas A&M - Not enough weapons against the Rams
  5. Eastern New Mexico - Played Commerce tough on the road
  6. Texas 'A&M-Kingsville - Not-so-special teams cost the Hogs a win
  7. Tarleton State - Are those defensive stats real? (50 points, 592 yards)

1. Minnesota State-Mankato
2. West Georgia
3. Northwest Missouri
4. Ferris State
5. Delta State
6. Angelo State
10. Colorado State-Pueblo
13. Ashland
18. Texas A&M-Commerce
20. Midwestern State
RV- Grand Valley State, West Texas A&M, Colorado Mesa, Indianapolis

Midwestern State, Texas A&M-Commerce, and Angelo State remain undefeated in Lone Star Conference action.  This week's games include a key league contest with ASU hosting MSU.
    After playing six conference games apiece over the first nine weeks of an 11-week regular season, the league's football teams will split into two brackets to conduct a two-week conference playoff.  The conference champion and playoff seeding will be determined by regular season results.
    The top four teams (No. 4 at No. 1 and No. 3 at No. 2) comprise the championship bracket with Week 10 winners playing for the playoff title in Week 11, whereas Week 10 losers will meet for third place. The other half of the bracket includes the remaining three teams and Oklahoma Panhandle State with No. 5 at OPSU and No. 7 at No. 6 in Week 10.  The 7-6 winner plays at No. 5 for fifth-place in Week 11, while the 6-7 loser hosts OPSU.
    LSC football teams are 16-11 overall this season.  The squads are 9-1 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.

Hagen Hutchinson, Midwestern State University, SO, QB, Stamford, Texas, Stamford HS
Hutchinson had a hand in each of Midwestern State's six touchdowns on his way to a career-best 321 yards of total offense in Saturday's 63-46 win over Tarleton State. The sophomore from Stamford connected on 19-of-30 passes for 252 yards including scoring strikes to Derek Lockhart (6), Ryan Hyman (35) and Tyrique Edwards (30) while rushing for 69 yards on six carries with three more TDs in 2 1/2 quarters of action. Hutchinson played a key role in helping MSU to 676 total offense yards, which are the most ever allowed by a Tarleton State defense, and the fifth most in MSU history.

Clayton Callicutt, Angelo State University, SR, DE, Crosby, Texas, Crosby HS
Callicutt led the No. 6 Rams defense to holding WT to just 302 yards of offense in a 35-17 win. Callicutt made six tackles which five were solo. The senior recorded a team high 5.0 tackles for loss and a team high 3.0 sacks.  He has 10.0 tackles for loss through four games and 6.5 sacks. Callicutt is No. 6 nationally in sacks per game (1.38) and tackles for loss (2.5).

Daniel McCants, Tarleton State University, R-FR, PR/KR, Killeen, Texas, Killeen HS
McCants was a star on the field for Tarleton last weekend as the redshirt freshman from Killeen racked up a LSC season-high 296 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns. He led the team with 176 yards of kickoff return area while adding 83 rushing yards and 37 receiving yards for scores on the ground and through the air.  McCants leads the nation in all-purpose yards with 228.7 per game.

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