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ASC Players of the Week Announced

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AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE

FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

(Games of October 16, 2010)

 

CO-OFFENSIVE

Sed Harris, QB, Jr., East Texas Baptist

East Texas Baptist junior quarterback Sed Harris (Fort Worth, TX / Everman HS) ran for 208 yards and three touchdowns on 21 carries and passed for 72 yards to fuel a 28-20 win on the road against Mississippi College. Harris, who has now taken the league's top weekly offensive award for the second time this season, scored in every quarter but the first. His final TD gave the Tigers a 28-13 lead with 4:05 remaining. He is the only player in the ASC this season to go over 200 rushing yards – and has done so twice.

 

R.J. Long, WR, Jr., McMurry

McMurry junior wide receiver R.J. Long (Corpus Christi, TX / Flower Bluff HS) caught 10 passes for 206 yards and two touchdowns to help pace a 63-14 win at home over Texas Lutheran. Long became the first wide receiver in the ASC this season to eclipse 200 yards in a single game. His scores came from 29 and 18 yards out and he hauled in passes for gains of 48, 43 and 38 yards. Long leads the league with 122.3 receiving yards per game.

 

DEFENSIVE

Evan Beaton, DT, Sr., East Texas Baptist

East Texas Baptist senior defensive tackle Evan Beaton (Whitehouse, TX / WHS) had seven tackles, 1.5 sacks, an interception and two pass break-ups to help lead a 28-20 win over the road against Mississippi College. His interception came in the fourth quarter and thwarted a potential game-tying drive. Beaton, who has now earned the league's top weekly defensive honor twice this season, raised his sack total to five on the year.

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

Brandon Young, KR, Jr., Howard Payne

Howard Payne junior kick returner Brandon Young (Burleson, TX / BHS) totaled 241 yards on eight kickoff returns and took one back 99 yards for a touchdown during the third quarter of the Yellow Jackets' road loss to Louisiana College. Young also ran for a team-high 32 yards on four carries and caught three passes for 39 yards.

 
 

OTHER TOP PERFORMANCES

OFFENSE: Louisiana College QB Ben McLaughlin was 34 of 48 passing for 491 yards and six TDs, breaking the ASC's career passing yardage record (10,660; was 10,246 by Adam King of Howard Payne) in the process, and also ran for one score to pace a 62-28 win over HPU. . . . Hardin-Simmons QB Justin Feaster was 16 of 23 for 267 yards and four TDs, not taking a snap in the second half to fuel a 73-7 win over Sul Ross State. . . . Mary Hardin-Baylor QB LiDarral Bailey ran for 143 yards and two TDs on 20 carries and passed for 115 yards with one TD to lead a 31-10 road win over NAIA Southern Oregon. . . . Mississippi College WR Randal Pharr caught seven passes for 104 yards and also ran for 24 yards in a loss to ETBU. . . . Texas Lutheran RB Charles Cooper ran for 82 yards and a TD on 13 carries in a loss to McMurry.

DEFENSE: McMurry FS Will Morris had four tackles, one interceptions and two pass break-ups in a win over TLU. . . . Louisiana College LB Peter Ford has four tackles, two for loss, and 1.5 sacks in a win over HPU. . . . Hardin-Simmons CB Jay Wise had two tackles, an interception and four pass break-ups in a win over SRSU. . . . Mary Hardin-Baylor DB Ty Dooley had a game-high 11 tackles, including nine solo stops, in a victory against Southern Oregon. . . . Mississippi College S Horace Allen had 10 tackles – becoming just the second player for the Choctaws to do so this season.

SPECIAL TEAMS: Hardin-Simmons K Scott Newberry hit a 28-yard field, went 9-for-9 on extra-point attempts and made a TD-saving tackle on a kickoff. . . . East Texas Baptist's Cody Finch blocked a punt – his third of the year – and teammate Victor Flores scoped it up an went 23-yards for a touchdown. . . . McMurry K Jessie Garcia went 9-for-9 on extra-point attempts and made a tackle on a kickoff. . . . Mary Hardin-Baylor P Chad Peevey averaged 47 yards on four booms, including a long of 59, and pinned two inside the 5-yard line. . . . Texas Lutheran KR Matt Santos had 114 yards on six returns, including a long of 31.

 

 

 

2010 ASC FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

 

OFFENSIVE

Week 1 (Sept. 4)

(co) Sed Harris, QB, Jr., East Texas Baptist

(co) Jake Mullin, QB, Jr., McMurry

Week 2 (Sept. 11)

Jake Mullin, QB, Jr., McMurry

Week 3 (Sept. 18)

Lee Carothers, WR, So., Sul Ross State

Week 4 (Sept. 25)

Brian Whitehurst, RB, Jr., Mississippi College

Week 5 (Oct. 2)

LiDarral Bailey, QB, So., Mary Hardin-Baylor

Week 6 (Oct. 9)

Ben McLaughlin, QB, Sr., Louisiana College

Week 7 (Oct. 16)

(co) Sed Harris, QB, Jr., East Texas Baptist

(co) R.J. Long, WR, Jr., McMurry

DEFENSIVE

Week 1 (Sept. 4)

Hank Hornsby, DE, Sr., Hardin-Simmons

Week 2 (Sept. 11)

Demetrius Cody, LB, Jr., Howard Payne

Week 3 (Sept. 18)

Cooper Haralson, S, Sr., Hardin-Simmons

Week 4 (Sept. 25)

(co) Evan Beaton, DT, Sr., East Texas Baptist

(co) Nate Janzen, LB, So., Louisiana College

Week 5 (Oct. 2)

Kevin Stewart, DE, Sr., McMurry

Week 6 (Oct. 9)

Reggie Calhoun, S, So., Louisiana College

Week 7 (Oct. 16)

Evan Beaton, DT, Sr., East Texas Baptist

SPECIAL TEAMS

Week 1 (Sept. 4)

Mitchell Bailey, PK, So., Howard Payne

Week 2 (Sept. 11)

Jesse Garcia, PK, Jr., McMurry

Week 3 (Sept. 18)

Darius Wilson, RET, So., Mary Hardin-Baylor

Week 4 (Sept. 25)

Brett Peddicord, K/P, Sr., East Texas Baptist

Week 5 (Oct. 2)

Geoff Myles, KR, So., Mary Hardin-Baylor

Week 6 (Oct. 9)

(co) D.J. Baiza, RET, Jr., McMurry

(co) Braxton Oliver, ST, Sr., Hardin-Simmons

Week 7 (Oct. 16)

Brandon Young, KR, Jr., Howard Payne

 

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