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  03/08/21 - Brian SneadJr/2023, Austin Peay, 5-11, 215 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  MARCH 2 OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE NEWCOMER & OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brian Snead, RB, 6-1, 230, R-So., Tampa, Fla., Austin Peay,...In a four-minute span of the first quarter, Snead ran for touchdowns of 75, 67 and 44 yards, helping the Govs ease past Tennessee State 27-20. Snead broke an FCS record for most rushing yards in a single quarter, finishing the first with 204 yards on six carries. That broke the previous FCS record of 194 yards by Nevada's Otto Kelly on Nov. 12, 1983. Snead ended the day with 227 yards on 23 carries - 17 yards shy of the program record set in 1981. Others Nominated: Uriah West, Jacksonville State; DeQuan Dallas, Murray State; Andrew Bunch, Southeast Missouri; Vincent Perry, Tennessee State. - Ohio Valley Conference Football

(DS#999 RB) Jr/2023 RB Brian SneadAustin Peay
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  03/08/21 - Jack McDonaldrSr/2022, Austin Peay, 6-0, 206 (DS#999 OLB) + More +

  MARCH 2 OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jack McDonald, LB, 6-0, 206, Jr., Brentwood, Tenn., Austin Peay,...McDonald led the Govs with 11 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and had a victory-clinching pass breakup in Sunday's 27-20 win against Tennessee State. He led a Govs defense that posted 13 TFLs (and now has 29 in two OVC games) and limited the Tigers to 98 rushing yards on 45 carries (2.2 ypc). With Tennessee State driving for a potential game-tying touchdown late in the fourth quarter, McDonald knocked down a pass inside the Govs 10-yard line to secure the win. Others Nominated: Don Parker, Murray State; Nyle Love, Tennessee State; Jamaal Thompson, Tennessee Tech. - Ohio Valley Conference Football

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  02/28/21 - Brian SneadJr/2023, Austin Peay, 5-11, 215 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  Brian Snead set an FCS record for yards in a quarter when he rushed for three long touchdowns to jumpstart Austin Peay to a 27-20 win on Sunday. Snead had touchdown runs of 75, 67 and 44 yards on three carries on the Governors' first three possession for a 20-0 lead. He had 204 yards on six carries in the first quarter. The previous record was 194 on eight carries by Nevada's Otto Kelly in the third quarter against Idaho on Nov. 12, 1983. Snead, a redshirt sophomore who came into the game with 69 yards on 16 carries and a career long of 19, finished with 227 yards on 23 carries. - Austin Peay/AP College Football

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  08/29/20 - Kordell JacksonrSr/2022, Austin Peay, 5-09, 185 (DS#86 CB) + More +

  GUARDIAN FCS KICKOFF PLAYERS TO WATCH: Kordell Jackson, CB,...After a Unanimous All-America campaign in 2019, nickelback Kordell Jackson returns to torment offenses again in 2020. The OVC Preseason Defensive Player of the Year had a hand in 10 of the Govs 25 turnovers gained and returned three of those for touchdowns (2 pick-sixes and a scoop-and-score). He was named to both the Athlon Sports and HERO Sports Preseason All-America Teams. - Austin Peay Football

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  08/29/20 - DeAngelo WilsonrSr/2022, Austin Peay, 5-08, 170 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  GUARDIAN FCS KICKOFF PLAYERS TO WATCH: DeAngelo Wilson, WR,...Wide receiver DeAngelo Wilson was named the Ohio Valley Conference’s 2020 Preaseason Offensive Player of the Year in July. He was a Second Team All-OVC pick in 2019 after he caught 89 passes (the ninth-most in OVC history) for 1,564 yards (first nationally and the second-most in OVC history) and 15 touchdowns (fifth-most in OVC history). Wilson was named to the HERO Sports Preseason All-America team. - Austin Peay Football

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  GUARDIAN FCS KICKOFF PLAYERS TO WATCH: Jeremiah Oatsvall, QB,...Quarterback Jeremiah Oatsvall returns behind center after suffering an injury on the eighth play of last season’s second game, The OVC Media’s 2018 Preseason Player of the Year will look to return to his 2018 form that saw him pass for 1,631 yards and 20 touchdowns (24th in FCS) while posting an 142.8 pass efficiency rating (19th in FCS). His 15.68 yards per completion also ranked 4th among FCS passers in 2019. - Austin Peay Football

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  08/29/20 - Baniko HarleySr/2022, Austin Peay, 6-0, 195 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  GUARDIAN FCS KICKOFF PLAYERS TO WATCH: Baniko Harley, WR,...Baniko Harley proved to be a jack of all trades in 2019, with touchdowns as a passer (1), runner (4) and receiver (7). In a season filled with highlight-reel moments, he added another at Sacramento State, running for two touchdowns and catching another, including a 45-yard dash for a touchdown on a direct snap with the Govs facing 4th-and-1, which capped a drive that started with his own on-side kick recovery. The Govs might have the FCS’ most potent 1-2 punch among receiver corps. Harley, who also was a Preseason First Team All-OVC selection, set career highs in receptions (53) and yards (839) last season. - Austin Peay Football

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  07/29/20 - Kordell JacksonrSr/2022, Austin Peay, 5-09, 185 (DS#86 CB) + More +

  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT OVC PRESEASON DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: CB Kordell Jackson, Austin Peay, Sr.,...Jackson is Austin Peay's first consensus All-American since 2002 enjoyed one of the best seasons ever put forth by an Austin Peay defensive back...made 48 tackles across 15 games, with at least one stop behind the line in eight games... had tackles for loss in the postseason against the Paladins and Montana State, while also breaking up a pass at Sacramento State, with 14 total tackles across three playoff games. - Austin Peay Football

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  07/28/20 - DeAngelo WilsonrSr/2022, Austin Peay, 5-08, 170 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-FCS SECOND TEAM: WR DeAngelo Wilson, Austin Peay, Sr.,...Wilson, from Bowling Green, Kentucky, posted just the third 1,500 receiving yard campaign in OVC history last season. His 1,564 yards ranking second most in league history while he became the seventh OVC receiver to score 15 or more touchdowns in a season. - Austin Peay Football

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  07/28/20 - Josephus SmithrSr/2022, Austin Peay, 5-09, 285 (DS#999 DT) + More +

  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-FCS THIRD TEAM: DL Josephus Smith, Austin Peay, Sr.,...Defensive tackles Josephus Smith, of Leeds, Alabama, and John Wesley Whiteside, of Dalton, Georgia, anchor Austin Peay's defensive line group. Smith finished the season with 18.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks, ranking 15th among FCS tackles in TFLs. - Austin Peay Football

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  07/28/20 - Kordell JacksonrSr/2022, Austin Peay, 5-09, 185 (DS#86 CB) + More +

  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-FCS THIRD TEAM: DB Kordell Jackson, Austin Peay, Sr.,...What more can be rehashed about Jackson's 2019 campaign? The Birmingham, Alabama product led the OVC with seven interceptions and ultimately was responsible for 10 of the Govs 25 turnovers gained last season. Moreover, when he wasn't providing lockdown protection, Jackson could often be found in the opposing backfield, with eight of his 47 tackles resulting in lost yardage. - Austin Peay Football

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  07/21/20 - DeAngelo WilsonrSr/2022, Austin Peay, 5-08, 170 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON OVC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Austin Peay senior wide receiver DeAngelo Wilson,...In 2019 Wilson caught 89 passes (the ninth-most in OVC history) for 1,564 yards (first nationally and the second-most in OVC history) and 15 touchdowns (fifth-most in OVC history). Wilson had 100 or more receiving yards in eight games as the Governors advanced to the FCS Quarterfinals. - Ohio Valley Conference Football

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  07/21/20 - Kordell JacksonrSr/2022, Austin Peay, 5-09, 185 (DS#86 CB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON OVC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Austin Peay senior nickelback Kordell Jackson,...The defensive unit was led by Jackson, who was named the FCS ADA National Defensive Back of the Year in 2019. Jackson was also an unanimous All-American selection, marking the first consensus All-American for the APSU program since 2002 after tallying seven interceptions, netting 47 tackles and forcing two fumbles. He scored three touchdowns (two interceptions, one fumble return) and was a key part of an Austin Peay unit that ranked 12th nationally in total defense (307.5 yards/game). - Ohio Valley Conference Football

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  07/05/20 - Kordell JacksonrSr/2022, Austin Peay, 5-09, 185 (DS#86 CB) + More +

  Austin Peay coach Mark Hudspeth has resigned after one season on the job that included him taking the Governors to a program-record 11 wins and a trip to the FCS quarterfinals. Athletic director Gerald Harrison announced Hudspeth's resignation Friday. The resignation is effective immediately. Harrison is keeping the rest of the coaching staff. Under Hudspeth, Austin Peay won its second Ohio Valley Conference championship and made its first postseason appearance. The Governors beat Furman and Sacramento State before losing to Montana State in the quarterfinals. He was named the OVC coach of the year. Hudspeth said in a statement released by Austin Peay that it was a personal decision and that he needs to spend time with his wife and children. He says he will return to coaching at the right time. Austin Peay is scheduled to start practice July 31. - AP College Football

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  06/01/20 - Damion BarberrSr/2022, Austin Peay, 6-2, 290 (DS#999 DT) + More +

  Damion Barber, a Penn State defensive tackle, announced Monday on Twitter that he has entered the NCAA transfer portal. Barber was a redshirt junior, and is no longer listed on Penn State's football roster, and his player page was removed from the athletics website. The former four-star prospect from Harrisburg played in eight games during the 2019 season, totaling three tackles. As a redshirt freshman in 2018, Barber appeared in three games. - Centre Times

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