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  OCT 21 BIG SOUTH OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Monmouth quarterback Kenji Bahar (Baltimore, Md.) was 20-of-26 passing (76.9 percent) for 327 yards and two touchdowns, and ran for another score in leading the Hawks' to a 49-28 win over Gardner-Webb. He directed an offense that amassed 599 yards, threw touchdown passes of 42 and 22 yards, and also had a 50-yard completion on the day. Bahar scored on a 5-yard run, finished with 347 yards of offense and posted a 207.95 quarterback efficiency rating. Also nominated for Offensive Player of the Week: Jalen Kelsey (Campbell), Jamari Dunbar (Charleston Southern) and Tommy Bryant (Kennesaw State). - Big South Football

(DS#59 QB) rSr/2020 QB Kenji BaharMonmouth (NJ)
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  OCT 21 BIG SOUTH DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Campbell linebacker Justice Galloway-Velazquez (Fayetteville, N.C.) collected 10 tackles in Campbell's 31-16 win over Hampton, in addition to a pass break-up and blocked PAT. He ended a pair of drives with a pass break-up on 3rd-and-9, and combined on a 4th-and-2 stop that gave the Camels the ball on downs. Five of Galloway-Velazquez's tackles forced third down situations, while another led to a fourth down play. Six of his stops limited Hampton to one or no yards gained. Also nominated for Defensive Player of the Week: J.D. Sosebee (Charleston Southern), Tymere Berry (Monmouth), Jalen Dread (North Alabama) and Colby Campbell (Presbyterian College). - Big South Football

(DS#999 ILB) So/2022 ILB Justice Galloway-VelazquezCampbell
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  OCT 21 BIG SOUTH SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Charleston Southern kicker Alex Usry (McDonough, Ga.) tied a Big South single-game record with four field goals in CSU's 25-20 win at North Alabama. He converted from 24, 35, 26 and a career-long 52 yards - a school record, and finished the day with 13 points. Also nominated for Special Teams Player of the Week: Brad Dennis (Campbell) and Eddie Morales (Monmouth). - Big South Football

(DS#999 K) rSo/2022 K Alex UsryCharleston Southern
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  OCT 21 BIG SOUTH FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Campbell quarterback Hajj-Malik Williams (Atlanta, Ga.) was 14-of-26 passing for 217 yards with two touchdowns, and also caught a 23-yard touchdown in Campbell's 31-16 win over Hampton. He led the Camels with 82 rushing yards, including a long rush of 30 yards, and finished the day with 299 yards of offense. Williams' TD passes went for 79 and 11 yards. - Big South Football

(DS#999 QB) Fr/2023 QB Hajj-Malik WilliamsCampbell
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  10/23/19 - RB Josh DavisrSo/2022, Weber State, 5-09, 195 (DS#32 RB) + More +

  OCT 21 BIG SKY CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Josh Davis rushed for a career-high and nation's best this season of 328 yards in No. 4/5 Weber State's 51-28 victory over Northern Arizona. Battling the wind and rain in addition to the Lumberjack defense, Davis finished with the fifth-most rushing yards in a single-game in Big Sky history. Davis' performance was the first 300-yard rushing performance in the Big Sky since 2005. The sophomore registered four rushing touchdowns, including a long 54-yard score 44 seconds into the game. Other Nominees, Offense: Duy Tran-Sampson, CP; Jake Maier, UCD; Sirgeo Hoffman, PSU; Landon Measom, SUU; Jeff Cotton, UI; Jacob Knipp, UNC. - Big Sky Conference Football

(DS#32 RB) rSo/2022 RB Josh DavisWeber State
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  OCT 21 BIG SKY CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kevin Thomson guided No. 15/17 Sacramento State to its third straight victory over a Top 25 program. Thomson and the Hornets topped No. 5/6 Montana 49-22 at home. After trailing 7-0 to start the game, the Hornets scored two minutes later to take the lead and never trailed again. Thomson rushed for two touchdowns and added four touchdown passes to seal the win for Sacramento State. Other Nominees, Offense: Duy Tran-Sampson, CP; Jake Maier, UCD; Sirgeo Hoffman, PSU; Landon Measom, SUU; Jeff Cotton, UI; Jacob Knipp, UNC. - Big Sky Conference Football

(DS#38 QB) rJr/2021 QB Kevin ThomsonSacramento State
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  10/23/19 - CB Lloyd HightowerSr/2020, Idaho, 5-11, 187 (DS#96 CB) + More +

  OCT 21 BIG SKY DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Lloyd Hightower showed his speed and versatility on Saturday in the Vandals' win over Idaho State in the Battle of the Domes. The senior registered a 45-yard pick-six in the first half that bumped Idaho's lead to 14-0. He added another touchdown in the fourth quarter when he ran back a fumble recovery for 49 yards to the house. He also added a pair of tackles in Idaho's 45-21 victory. Other Nominees, Defense: Connor Airey, UCD; Dariyn Choates, SAC; AJ Stanley, SUU; Anthony Adams, PSU; Eddie Heckard, WSU. - Big Sky Conference Football

(DS#96 CB) Sr/2020 CB Lloyd HightowerIdaho
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  10/23/19 - QB Tom FlaccorSr/2020, Towson, 6-0, 205 (DS#22 QB) + More +

  OCT 21 CAA FOOTBALL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tom Flacco, Sr., QB, Towson (Voorhees, N.J./Eastern),...In just one half of action, Flacco completed 16-of-22 passes for 203 yards and a school-record six touchdowns as Towson rolled over Bucknell, 56-7. The senior quarterback threw three TD passes in each of the first two quarters as the Tigers found the end zone on six of their first seven possessions. The six TD passes are the third-most in a game in FCS this season. He also added 26 yards rushing. - Colonial Athletic Association Football

(DS#22 QB) rSr/2020 QB Tom FlaccoTowson
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  OCT 21 CAA FOOTBALL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Ron'Dell Carter, Sr., DL, James Madison (Baltimore, Md./Long Reach),...Carter tied a career-high with 10 tackles and set a new career mark with 6.0 tackles for loss (-31 yards) in JMU's 38-10 triumph at William & Mary. The 6.0 TFL's are tied for the most by any FCS player this season and were part of 15.0 TFL's by the JMU defense, which was its most in a game since 2006. The Dukes held W&M to just 194 total yards. Carter ranks 2nd nationally with 15.5 TFL's for the season. - Colonial Athletic Association Football

(DS#28 DE) rSr/2020 DE RonDell CarterJames Madison
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  OCT 21 CAA FOOTBALL SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: D'Angelo Amos, Jr., PR, James Madison (Richmond, Va./Meadowbrook),...Amos returned five punts for 125 yards (25.0 ypr) in James Madison's 38-10 victory at William & Mary. The junior had three punt returns over 20 yards, including a 49-yarder in the first quarter that set up the Dukes' first touchdown. The 125 punt return yards are the 4th-most by any player in FCS this season and 54 more than any player in the CAA. He also added five tackles and an interception defensively. - Colonial Athletic Association Football

(DS#38 FS) rJr/2021 FS DAngelo AmosJames Madison
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  10/23/19 - QB Joe FagnanoFr/2023, Maine, 6-2, 220 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  OCT 21 CAA FOOTBALL ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: Joe Fagnano, Fr., QB, Maine (Williamsport, Pa./Williamsport),...In his first collegiate start, Fagnano completed 25-of-37 passes for 445 yards and five touchdowns in Maine's 59-44 setback at FBS foe Liberty. The 445 passing yards were the most by a Maine quarterback since 2009 and he was just the third Black Bear QB to throw for 5 TD's since 2009. He finished with 469 yards of total offense, which was the most by any CAA player this season. - Colonial Athletic Association Football

(DS#999 QB) Fr/2023 QB Joe FagnanoMaine
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  In front of one of the largest crowds in Hornet Stadium history, Sacramento State completely dominated then-No. 6 Montana, 49-22, to jump from No. 17 to No. 8 in this week's AFCA FCS Coaches' Top 25 Poll. Montana was the third straight ranked opponent that Sacramento State has beaten in as many weeks. The Hornets are 3-0 in Big Sky Conference play for the first time in school history. North Dakota State still sits No. 1 after a 22-0 blanking of Missouri State. The Bison will take part in one of four Top 25 matchups this coming weekend as they travel to No. 3 South Dakota State. The winner will be in sole possession of first place in the Missouri Valley Football Conference.

The rest of the Top 25 matchups include No. 2 James Madison playing host to No. 17 Towson while No. 5 Weber State travels to No. 22 UC Davis. The final matchup sees No. 10 Central Arkansas hosting No. 25 Sam Houston State. The Bearcats jumped back into the poll this week after upsetting then-No. 9 Nicholls, 17-0. The other two newcomers to this week's poll are No. 23 Florida A&M and No. 24 Central Connecticut State. The Rattlers took down then-No. 11 North Carolina A&T, 34-31, in overtime, to assure their spot in the Top 25. - American Football Coaches Association


(DS#38 QB) rJr/2021 QB Kevin ThomsonSacramento State
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  10/22/19 - QB Justin HerbertSr/2020, Oregon, 6-6, 237 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  OCT 21/WEEK 8 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Justin Herbert, Sr., QB, Oregon (Eugene, Ore.),...Connected on 24-of-38 passes for 280 yards and four TDs in Oregon's 35-31 comeback win at Washington...Three a TD pass in all four quarters. Final two TD passes erased a 31-21 second half deficit, highlighted by the game-winning TD pass with 5:10 to play...Third game with 4 passing TDs this season, seventh time in his career with four or more TD passes in a game, and extended his streak of consecutive games with a TD pass to a nation's best 35...Marked the 22nd time in 35 career starts that he hasn't thrown an INT, and hasn't thrown an INT in his last 101 passes attempts. Also nominated: Alex Fontenot, RB, COLO; Artavis Pierce, RB, OSU; Joshua Kelley, RB, UCLA; Kenan Christon, RB, USC; Zack Moss, RB, UTAH. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#1 QB) Sr/2020 QB Justin HerbertOregon
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  10/22/19 - DE Bradlee AnaeSr/2020, Utah, 6-3, 265 (DS#10 DE) + More +

  OCT 21/WEEK 8 PAC-12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER & DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Bradlee Anae, Sr., DE, Utah (Laie, Hawaii),...Anae finished the 21-3 win over Arizona State with all three of Utah's sacks for a loss of 17 yards, also recording a pass breakup...With his three sacks against the Sun Devils, Anae now ranks seventh all-time in Utah history in career sacks (24.0). He ranks 14th in the FBS and second in the Pac-12 this season in total sacks (7.0)...Ranks third among active players in the FBS in career sacks (24.0), leading all active players in the Pac-12 as well...Utah held Arizona State to just 136 yards of total offense (25 passing yards, 111 rush). The Utes rank second in the FBS and first in the Pac-12 in rushing defense (61.1 ypg). Also nominated: Evan Weaver, LB, CAL; Davion Taylor, OLB, COLO; Hamilcar Rashed Jr., OLB, OSU; Krys Barnes, LB, UCLA; Kana’I Mauga, LB, USC. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#10 DE) Sr/2020 DE Bradlee AnaeUtah
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  10/22/19 - WR Kyle PhilipsrFr/2023, UCLA, 5-11, 181 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  OCT 21/WEEK 8 PAC-12 FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Kyle Philips, R-Fr., WR, UCLA (San Marcos, Calif.),...Philips caught a career-best 10 passes for 100 yards and two TDs in helping UCLA to 34-16 win at Stanford...The receiving yards total and the pair of TDs are also career best marks for the redshirt freshman...Both of Philips' TD receptions came in the first quarter of action on the first two offensive possessions of the game as UCLA jumped out to a 14-3 lead, its biggest of the season to that point. His second receiving score came on a third-and-goal situation...All four second-half catches produced first downs as UCLA steadily pulled away in the game. Also nominated: Mycah Pittman, WR, ORE; Riley Sharp, OLB, OSU; Kenan Christon, RB, USC. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#999 WR) rFr/2023 WR Kyle PhilipsUCLA
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