Hardin-Simmons Athletics
HARDIN-SIMMONS 86, SUL ROSS STATE 42  BOX SCORE
We really don't want this to be a team award each week but this is a special case, the kind that's never been seen before. Hardin-Simmons' skill players combined for 914 yards of total offense, the most in Division III single-game history. Along with Sul Ross State, who lost the shootout by 44 points, the teams combined for 1,714 total offense yards, the most in a college football game -- any division -- in history. QB Logan Turner threw for 685 yards to eight players, including 213 yards to Bryce Johnson and 133 yards and three scores to Jessie Ramos. Devin Carver rushed 20 times for 192 yards and three TDs to provide the balanced effort. Read the full story by clicking here
PASSING RUSHING TD LONG
Week 9 685 229 12 74
Season 3,150 1,131 47 87
Kevin Colton/Hobart and William Smith Athletics
NO. 6 HOBART 42, UNION (N.Y.) 34  BOX SCORE
Hobart improved to 8-0 for the first time since 1954 thanks in large part to the effort of DE Tyre Coleman, who nearly single-handedly stopped Union (N.Y.) in its tracks. Coleman had eight tackles to lead the squad and added 5.0 tackles for 32 yards lost, including 3.0 sacks for 25 yards. The 6-1, 245-pound sophomore also added two pass breakups for the St
S-A-TT TFL-YDS SACK-YDS PBU
Week 9 5-3-8 5.0-32 3.0-25 2
Season 27-12-39 19.0-93 10.5-71 2
UW-Stevens Point Athletics
UW-STEVENS POINT 17, NO. 15 UW-WHITEWATER 14  BOXSCORE
It doesn't happen often, but a defensive lineman can win the special teams award especially when he blocks a potential game-tying kick in the final two minutes of a game. Matt Cuarda did exactly that for Wisconsin-Stevens Point as it upset No. 15 UW-Whitewater last Saturday. Cuarda's blocked field-goal attempt ended a strong showing for the Pointers, who allowed 436 total yards but came up big on defense and special teams when it needed it most. 
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