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  Former Middle Tennessee State quarterback Asher O'Hara has transferred to Sacramento State in California. O'Hara will join his brother Jace, who is transferring from the College of DuPage. O'Hara, who entered the transfer portal on Dec. 17, will have two years of eligibility left if he chooses to play the extra year granted to fall athletes by the NCAA in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. From Rolling Meadows, Illinois, O'Hara signed with MTSU in 2018 after playing one season at the College of DuPage. He played in two games in his first season with the Blue Raiders and took a redshirt. O'Hara completed his first season as a starter in 2019. He completed 62% of his passes for 2,616 yards and 20 touchdowns while throwing eight interceptions. - Daily News Journal

(DS#74 QB) rSr/2022 QB Asher OHaraSacramento State
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  2020 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): QB-Asher O'Hara, R-Jr., Middle Tennessee,...O'Hara threw for 1,960 yards and 12 touchdowns while completing 66.9 percent of his passes. A junior who started all nine games, also led the team in rushing with 601 yards and seven scores. - Middle Tennessee Football

(DS#74 QB) rSr/2022 QB Asher OHaraSacramento State
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  Asher O'Hara crashed through a defender at the goal line to score on a 14-yard keeper, lifting Middle Tennessee to a 40-34 walkoff win in double overtime against Rice on Saturday. The Blue Raiders (2-5, 2-3 Conference USA) needed last-gasp heroics twice in the final moments in order to get past Rice, which was finally playing its season opener after coronavirus issues caused seven previously scheduled games to be cancelled or postponed. Rice seemed on the brink of victory when Mike Collins, who went 18-35-242 passing with four touchdowns, led the Owls on an 83-yard drive to grab a 34-31 lead with 34 seconds left in regulation.

Collins hooked up with Austin Trammell for a 48-yard gainer when the drive appeared stalled, found Tammell for the 20-yard score and then the two-point conversion. Middle Tennessee was not out. Crews Holt kicked a 48-yard field goal as time expired in regulation to knot the game at 34. The Blue Raiders went first in OT but Holt missed a 50-yarder. Rice once again seemed on the verge of a win but Collin Riccitelli's 40-yard FG try was partially blocked by Jalen Jackson and bounced three times off the goalposts before falling back onto the field. Three plays later O'Hara rolled left for the game-winner. - Middle Tennessee/AP College Football


(DS#74 QB) rSr/2022 QB Asher OHaraSacramento State
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  Asher O'Hara accounted for four touchdowns, including a 12-yard touchdown pass to Jarrin Pierce with 1:20 remaining, to lift Middle Tennessee over Florida International 31-28 on Saturday night in a Conference USA opener. Gregory Grate Jr. intercepted a Kaylan Wiggins pass with about a minute left to seal it for Middle Tennessee (1-4, 1-2). O'Hara's go-ahead score capped an eight-play, 59-yard drive. O'Hara finished 23-of-42 passing for 268 yards. He threw a 6-yard TD pass to CJ Windham, and ran for 106 yards including scoring runs from the 1 and 4. Shaun Peterson Jr. ran for 117 yards and two touchdowns for FIU (0-2, 0-1). His 63-yard touchdown run tied the game at 14 midway through the second quarter. D'vonte Price scored on a 65-yard run to give the Panthers a 28-24 lead at the end of the third. Price finished with 112 yards rushing. Seating was limited to 20% capacity at 33,199-seat Riccardo Silva Stadium. Face masks and social distancing measures were required. Tailgating was prohibited. - AP College Football

(DS#74 QB) rSr/2022 QB Asher OHaraSacramento State
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  Asher O'Hara had his worst game at MTSU against Army, going 9-of-14 for 46 yards and two interceptions. Chase Cunningham was inserted into the game in the second half. A similar situation happened last season against North Texas when O'Hara was struggling. Cunningham nearly led the Blue Raiders back from a double-digit deficit. Cunningham finished 7-of-10 for 63 yards against Army with the offense flowing better under him. Should O'Hara struggle against Troy, Stockstill has shown that he's not afraid to give Cunningham a shot. - Daily News Journal

(DS#74 QB) rSr/2022 QB Asher OHaraSacramento State
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: Elijah Dotson, Sacramento St, Sr.,...Dotson was named second team All-America by HERO Sports and first team all-Big Sky Conference....Earned the team's Coach Bob Mattos Offensive MVP award....Recorded 1,445 all-purpose yards and scored 11 touchdowns during the season while becoming one one of the top dual-threat backs in the FCS...Carried the ball 151 times for 742 yards and scored seven touchdowns and also caught 70 passes for 702 yards and four scores. - Sacramento State Football

(DS#68 RB) rSr/2022 RB Elijah DotsonSacramento State
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: Josiah Erickson, Sacramento St, Sr.,...Erickson was named honorable mention all-Big Sky in 2019...Amassed 56 total tackles while appearing in all 13 games. That total included 28 solo tackles, two sacks, 11.5 tackles-for-loss, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup...Was credited with at least one tackle in every game and had three or more in nine contests. - Sacramento State Football

(DS#999 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB Josiah EricksonSacramento State
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: Marshel Martin, Sacramento St, Soph.,...Martin was amed to the FCS Freshman All-America team by HERO Sports and was a second team all-Big Sky selection in 2019...Earned the team's Most Improved award....Set the Sacramento State single-season record for touchdown receptions by a tight end with seven....Caught 39 passes for 550 yards and averaged 14.1 yards per catch....Had at least one reception in all 13 games and had multiple catches in 11 games. - Sacramento State Football

(DS#999 WR) rJr/2023 WR Marshel MartinSacramento State
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM: AP BJ Perkinson, Sacramento St, Sr.,...Perkinson was named honorable mention all-Big Sky in 2019...Rushed for 439 and six touchdowns on 96 attempts...Ranked third on the team with eight touchdowns and also had a two-point conversion rush to give him 50 points on the year. - Sacramento State Football

(DS#999 RB) rSr/2022 RB BJ PerkinsonSacramento State
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM: Marcus Hawkins, Sacramento St, Sr.,...Hawkins was named second team all-Big Sky in 2019...Led the team with 81 total tackles during the year and added 9.5 tackles-for-loss, five sacks, an interception and a forced fumble. - Sacramento State Football

(DS#999 ILB) rSr/2022 ILB Marcus HawkinsSacramento State
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM: Elijah Chambers, Sacramento St, Sr.,...Chambers was named third team all-Big Sky as a defensive tackle in 2019...Started all 13 games and recorded a career high 29 tackles with 12 solo, 2.5 sacks and 4.5 tackles-for-loss. - Sacramento State Football

(DS#999 DT) rSr/2022 DT Elijah ChambersSacramento State
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM: Pierre Williams, Sacramento St, Jr.,...Named first team all-Big Sky and earned the team's Outstanding Offensive Back award (QB/RB/WR)...Started all 12 games in which he appeared...Joined former All-American Fred Amey as the only players in school history to have 500 receiving yards as a freshman and sophomore...Finished the season with team-high 931 receiving yards on 54 catches and seven touchdowns. - Sacramento State Football

(DS#168 WR) rSr/2022 WR Pierre WilliamsSacramento State
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  The Nevada quarterbacks room continues to see off-season changes. The Wolf Pack both gained and lost a quarterback on Wednesday, with a junior college phenom moving in and a former local moving out. Nevada added Jacob Barlage to the roster; he'll join the team after a single season at the JC level. Barlage, 6-foot-1 and 205 pounds, completed nearly 70 percent of his passes last season at Riverside (Calif.) College, throwing for 2,786 yards and 30 touchdowns (against just five interceptions). He will have three seasons of eligibility for the Pack and is immediately eligible this season.

Another quarterback, Kaiden Bennett, left the program and announced a transfer to Sacramento State. Bennett, a former Sparks resident, never played a down for the Wolf Pack. He was a Boise State transfer. Bennett, who will be enrolling in his third college in less than a year, still has all four years of his eligibility remaining. Sacramento State plays in the Big Sky at the FCS level, meaning Bennett will not have to sit out a transfer season. Bennett put up massive numbers at Folsom, finishing with nearly 9,000 yards passing in 44 career games. He completed just over 70 percent of his passes and wound up with 121 touchdowns to go against 18 interceptions. - Reno Gazette Journal


(DS#999 QB) So/2023 QB Kaiden BennettSacramento State
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-FCS THIRD TEAM: WR Pierre Williams, Sacramento St, Jr.,...Williams earned first team all-Big Sky honors last season after leading the Hornets with 931 receiving yards on 54 catches. He tied for the team lead with seen receiving touchdowns and joined former All-American Fred Amey as the only players in school history to have at least 500 receiving yards as a freshman and sophomore. - Sacramento State Football

(DS#168 WR) rSr/2022 WR Pierre WilliamsSacramento State
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-FCS THIRD TEAM: RB Elijah Dotson, Sacramento St, Sr.,...Dotson led the team with 742 rushing yards and also had a team high 70 receptions for 702 yards to give him 1,445 all-purpose yards in 2019. Dotson finished with 11 total touchdowns during the season with seven rushing and five receiving scores. He averaged 4.9 rushing yards per attempt and had three games with 100 rushing yards. - Sacramento State Football

(DS#68 RB) rSr/2022 RB Elijah DotsonSacramento State
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