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  Beau Allen threw four touchdowns and his 86-yard scoring pass to Jaden Smith gave Tarleton the lead for good in a 43-28 win over North Alabama on Saturday. Allen completed 18 of 29 passes for 316 yards and connected with Smith five times for 173 yards and two scores. Their 86-yard connection gave the Texans a 27-21 lead with 10:18 left in the third quarter. Meanwhile, Derrel Kelley III rambled for 161 yards on 21 carries for Tarleton (2-1). For his part, North Alabama (1-2) running back ShunDerrick Powell amassed 209 yards on 13 carries and scored three TDs. His 55-yard scoring run just before halftime gave the Lions their last lead of the contest at 21-20. Powell finished 42 yards shy of the school rushing record he set against Division II-level UVA Wise on Sept. 10. - AP College Football

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  Freshman quarterback Beau Allen threw three touchdown passes, all to Jaden Smith, and Tarleton defeated Mississippi Valley State 29-13 in a season opener on Thursday night. Allen completed 23 of 39 passes for 294 yards for the Texans. Deangelo Rosemond, another freshman, had 13 carries for 111 yards. Smith finished with 11 receptions for 95 yards and Gabe Douglas had five catches for 126. Linebackers Qua'Shawn Washington and D.J. Harris had 14 and 13 total tackles, respectively. Tarleton had over 500 yards total offense. Tarleton broke out to a 16-0 lead at halftime and closed it out in the second half with two field goals by Adrian Guzman and the third hookup from Allen to Smith. Guzman was 3-for-3 on field-goal attempts. The Delta Devils had 203 rushing yards but only 70 passing. Caleb Johnson carried 23 times for 83 yards and a touchdown on the ground and Jakobe Thomas had 14 carries for 80 yards and MVSU's other touchdown. - AP College Football

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  If his father is correct, quarterback Beau Allen's unexpected decision last week to transfer from the Kentucky football program may have taken root during UK's 31-17 drubbing at Mississippi State last Oct 30. Before Mike Leach left the head coaching job at Washington State for the same position at MSU, he and his staff put a full-court recruiting press on Allen. So in Starkville last season, Allen was greeted by many of the support-staff members who had ardently wooed him for Washington State.

Once the game started, the Kentucky offense laid a dinosaur egg, with starting quarterback Will Levis throwing three interceptions. "Obviously, we didn't play very well, and Beau doesn't get to see the field at all," Bill Allen says. "I don't know that that set really well with him, necessarily." On Tuesday, Tarleton State, a Football Championship Subdivision program in Stephenville, Texas, announced that Beau Allen had joined its team. Having waited to transfer until well after the May 1 cutoff for immediate eligibility at another FBS school in 2022, moving down a division was the clearest path Beau Allen had to playing immediately this fall. According to Bill Allen, a mid-1980s-era UK QB himself, Beau Allen's feeling that he needed to be playing in games to develop motivated the former Lexington Catholic High School star to take action. "He wants to play," Bill Allen said. "He couldn't just stand there anymore, in my opinion." - Herald Leader


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  One of the top prospects in the country has picked Tarleton as his landing spot. Tarleton Football announced Tuesday they have added quarterback Beau Allen. Allen transfers to Tarleton from Kentucky, where he spent the last two years. He played in five games with the SEC's Wildcats, completing 11-of-19 (.579) passes for 132 yards, scoring his first touchdown on the ground against New Mexico State. Last year as a redshirt freshman and No. 2 on the depth chart, Allen played against Louisville, New Mexico State and Louisiana-Monroe, after going against Alabama and Vanderbilt as a true freshman in 2020.

Allen was heavily recruited out of Lexington Catholic High School, named a four-star prospect by ESPN and Rivals. He was ranked as high as the No. 3 QB in Kentucky, and a top-15 QB across the nation overall. Allen turned down offers from Georgia, Michigan, Michigan State, Cincinnati, Maryland, Washington State, West Virginia, Marshall and Duke, among others, to attend Kentucky. He also had offers from several prominent schools ahead of his commitment to Tarleton this past week. - Tarleton Football


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  Kentucky Wildcats quarterback Beau Allen announced Wednesday via his Twitter feed that he is entering the transfer portal. One of the most prolific passing quarterbacks in Lexington high school football history, Allen will leave UK having thrown only 19 passes in game-action as a Wildcat. "After a lot of thought and prayer, I have decided for the best interest of my football career, I will enter the transfer portal to have an opportunity to play this upcoming season," Allen wrote. "I am forever a Wildcat and I am very excited for the future." The son of 1980s-era UK QB Bill Allen, Beau Allen threw for 11,439 yards and 127 touchdowns in his career at Lexington Catholic. One of the most-decorated quarterbacks produced in the commonwealth in the past decade, Allen chose UK over scholarship offers from Cincinnati, Duke, Georgia, Maryland, Michigan, Washington State and West Virginia, among others. A four-star recruit by Rivals.com, Allen was seen as UK's quarterback of the future when he signed with Kentucky in its recruiting class of 2020. - Herald Leader

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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM (COACHES): DB Donovan Banks, Sr., Tarleton,...Banks was one of five defensive backs on the 2022 Preseason All-WAC Defense. Last year he had the tied-third most total tackles on the team from the secondary with 50 (32 solo). - Tarleton Football

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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM (COACHES): LB D.J. Harris, Jr., Tarleton,...Harris, one of four linebackers named 2022 Preseason All-WAC Defense, led the Texans in total tackles last year at 66 (35 solo). He finished with seven tackles for a loss, tied-second most on the team, earning a safety, forced fumble, 1.5 sacks and four quarterback hurries in nine games played. Across the conference last year, he averaged the fourth most tackles per game at 7.3 per, owning the sixth most total tackles. - Tarleton Football

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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM (COACHES): DL Javier Duran, Sr., Tarleton,...Duran, one of five defensive linemen chosen to the 2022 Preseason All-WAC Defense, was Second Team All-WAC last year. He started all 11 games in his first year at Tarleton, recording 32 total tackles (17 solo), 3.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and three quarterback hurries. - Tarleton Football

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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM (COACHES): OL Blake Haynes, Jr., Tarleton,...Kendall Dearth and Blake Haynes were two of the six total offensive linemen on the 2022 Preseason All-WAC Offense. Haynes was Second Team All-WAC last season. Haynes and Dearth each started all 11 games for the Texans last year, part of an offensive line that allowed the tied-12th fewest total sacks in the FCS at 13, the tied-14th fewest sacks per game at 1.18. - Tarleton Football

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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM (COACHES): OL Kendall Dearth, Sr., Tarleton,...Kendall Dearth and Blake Haynes were two of the six total offensive linemen on the 2022 Preseason All-WAC Offense. Haynes was Second Team All-WAC last season. Haynes and Dearth each started all 11 games for the Texans last year, part of an offensive line that allowed the tied-12th fewest total sacks in the FCS at 13, the tied-14th fewest sacks per game at 1.18. - Tarleton Football

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  Jayy McDonald ran for 146 yards and a touchdown, Steven Duncan threw for two scores and Tarleton beat Central Arkansas 24-3 on Saturday night. McDonald broke loose on a 53-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Duncan threw a 5-yard TD pass to Derrel Kelley III and a 34-yarder to Gabe Douglas in the second half. Duncan was 13-of-22 passing for 217 yards. Ryheem Skinner added 74 yards rushing on 15 carries for Tarleton (6-5), which finished with 477 yards of offense and held Central Arkansas (5-6) to just 161. Darius Hale ran for 76 yards on 21 carries for the Bears. Hayden Ray kicked a 24-yard field goal in the first quarter. - AP College Football

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  Steven Duncan threw two touchdown passes, Derrell Kelley III ran for two scores and Tarleton defeated Lamar 42-21 on Saturday night. After falling behind 14-7 in the first minute of the second quarter, the Texans (5-4, 2-2 Western Athletic Conference) scored the next 28 points. Kelly had two touchdowns in the second on short runs. Duncan, who was 21 of 32 for 319 yards, opened the scoring with a 9-yard pass to Tariq Bitson and closed it with a 6-yard pass to Cody Jones. The Texans limited Lamar to 84 yards through the air. Jaylon Jackson and Chaz Ward had rushing touchdowns for the Cardinals (2-7, 0-4), who have lost six straight. - AP College Football

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  Steven Duncan threw a pair of touchdown passes to Max Maxfield and Tarleton beat Division II-member Midwestern State 17-14 on Saturday night. Duncan and Maxfield connected on a 19-yard score in the first quarter, and again with a 5-yarder with 12:12 to play. Adrian Guzman's 28-yard field goal gave Tarleton (4-3) a 17-7 lead with 4:37 remaining. Jalen March's 5-yard touchdown run for Midwestern State capped the scoring with 2:18 left. Midwestern State then forced a three-and-out, but Jake Walrath's 45-yard punt pinned the Mustangs at the 1. Dillon Sterling-Cole threw an interception four plays later. Duncan completed 15-of-23 passes for 146 yards. Sterling-Cole was 20-of-40 passing and threw one touchdown and two interceptions. March ran 14 times for 85 yards. - AP College Football

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  Steven Duncan passed for 299 yards, Javy McDonald rushed for 173, and Tarleton defeated Dixie State 41-20 on Saturday night. Duncan passed for 275 yards and three touchdowns in the first half as the Texans (3-3, 1-0 Atlantic Sun-WAC challenge) took a 31-13 lead. In the second half, Adrian Guzman kicked a couple of field goals before McDonald's 77-yard run set up his own 2-yard touchdown run that put the game out of reach. J.F. Thomas added 169 yards receiving for the Texans. Drew Kannely-Robles had 20 carries for 81 yards and scored both of the Trailblazers' touchdowns. Connor Brooksby kicked two field goals for Dixie State (0-6, 0-1). Tarleton led 14-10 after one quarter before a Duncan TD pass, a Guzman field goal and a short touchdown run by Ryheem Skinner gave the Texans their 18-point halftime lead. The teams combined for 1,011 total yards, 554 for Tarleton and 457 for Dixie State. - AP College Football

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  Daniel Wright Jr. rushed for 142 yards and two touchdowns, Ryheem Skinner added 139 yards and another score, and Tarleton defeated Division II New Mexico Highlands 40-21 on Saturday night. The Texans (2-2), who scored 23 points in the first quarter and led 30-14 at halftime, ran for 285 yards and Steven Duncan passed for235 yards for a total of 520 yards of offense. Tariq Bitson had five catches for 160 yards, 84 of those yards coming on the game's first offensive play in which he was tackled at the 1. Cowboys quarterback Ramone Atkins accounted for 357 of his team's 478 total yards. He was 17 of 43 passing for 241 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. He carried 22 times for 116 yards. - AP College Football

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