Monday, October 5, 2015

LSC Scoop Power Poll - Week 5

LSC Scoop Football Power Poll

  1. Texas A&M-Commerce - Hand Texans worst loss in history, next up possible playoff elimination game vs. Angelo State.
  2. Midwestern State - Didn't dominate, but did enough to knock off Angelo State.
  3. Angelo State - In the blink of an eye, the Rams go from #6 in the nation, to brink of playoff elimination
  4. Eastern New Mexico - Impressive performance in weather delayed homecoming
  5. West Texas A&M - off-week to prepare for giant-killer Mustangs
  6. Texas A&M-Kingsville - Not quite ready for primetime
  7. Tarleton State - injuries on offense make a bad situation worse.


AFCA Coaches Poll
Angelo State drops 10 spots, Midwestern State jumps 8, Texas A&M-Commerce moves up 3.
Top four stay the same.
Teams dropping - Delta State drops 12 after losing to Florida Tech, ditto Valdosta after UNA loss, Harding falls 10 after close loss to Ouachita Baptist.  Tuskegee and Concord fall out of the rankings


1. Minnesota-State
2. West Georgia
3. Northwest Missouri
4. Ferris State
5. Sioux Falls
7. Colorado State Pueblo
8. Colorado School of Mines
9. Ashland
12. Midwestern State
15. Texas A&M-Commerce
16. Angelo State
24. Grand Valley State
RV - Colorado Mesa, Indianapolis, West Texas A&M, Findlay


LSC Football Recap - Week 5
From the LSC Office

Mustangs stay unbeaten, take down No. 6 Angelo State, 29-20
 No. 20-ranked Midwestern State displayed more of its mettle Saturday night taking down No. 6 Angelo State 29-20 at LeGrand Stadium at First Community Credit Union Field.

The Mustangs improved to 5-0 for the sixth time in program history and first since 2011, while taking a leg up in the race for the Lone Star Conference championship moving to 3-0.

MSU was already without injured senior linebacker Daniel Laudermilk, then lost reigning LSC Offensive Player of the Week Hagen Hutchinson with an apparent leg injury in the first quarter.

But junior Adam Hill moved over to the mike linebacker position and produced an interception which he returned 77 yards to thwart Angelo State's opening possession...Complete Release



No. 18 Lions Record First Shutout Since 2004 with 63-0 Rout of Tarleton State
 Led by a pair of 100-yard rushers for the third consecutive game and 368 rushing yards, No. 18 A&M-Commerce cruised to a 63-0 win over Tarleton State Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

Richard Cooper reeled off a 72-yard run on the first play from scrimmage from the Lions to set the tone in the game.  A&M-Commerce scored on their fourth play from scrimmage, a 7-yard pass from Harrison Stewart to Justice Luce.

The Lions had 605 yards of total offense after tacking on 237 passing yards to go along with the 368 rushing yards.  The Texans managed just 216 total yards of offense including 86 yards through the air and 130 yards on the ground.  A&M-Commerce averaged 8.9 yards per play, 10.8 yards per rush and 14.8 yards per completion, while Tarleton State averaged only 3.7 yards per play, 3.9 yards per rush and 7.8 yards per completion...Complete Release



Cass and ENMU Backfield Run Rampant Over Javelinas in 56-31 Homecoming Win
 Despite numerous weather delays and lightning warnings, the last homecoming game at Blackwater Draw was a memorable one as the Gridiron Greyhounds ran all over Texas A&M University-Kingsville Saturday for a 56-31 win.

The Eastern New Mexico University football team (3-2, 1-2 Lone Star Conference) took an early 14 point lead only five minutes into the game. Capitalizing off a six play, 53-yard, one minute and thirty second opening drive, the Greyhounds followed up with an Elliot Peters 74-yard interception return for a touchdown.

ENMU had its best night running the ball, recording a season high 396-yards on the ground.  Led by Kamal Cass with 164 yards and four touchdowns, the Greyhounds had four other rushers with 40 plus yards, including D'Maujeric Tucker with 86.

The performance was Cass' first 100-yard game of his career.  Going into the game the standout back had four touchdowns total, doubling his season total too eight on the year with his performance.

Quarterback Jeremy Buurma went 8-for-10 on the night with 162 yards in the air and one touchdown pass to Adrian Horton.  Horton finished with four receptions for 84 yards in the game...Complete Release

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