Western Kentucky’s thrilling, overtime defeat of Kentucky factored prominently into Week 3 Detmer Award voting. So did Fresno State’s win over a BCS conference foe, though the Bulldogs weren’t sweating in a 69-14 deconstruction of Colorado.
TY DETMER AWARD TOP 10 through Week 3
|Rank||Player||Position||School||Points (1st Place Votes)|
|1.||Kolton Browning||QB||UL-Monroe||57 (10)|
|2.||Tyler Tettleton||QB||Ohio||40 (6)|
|3.||David Piland||QB||Houston||25 (1)|
|4t.||Austin Franklin||WR||New Mexico State||19 (2)|
|6.||Jonathan Dowling||CB||Western Kentucky||14 (2)|
|7t.||Robbie Rouse||RB||Fresno STate||13 (1)|
Pat Johnston, One-Handed Grab, Founder of the Positive Impact Factor
1. Jonathan Dowling, CB, Western Kentucky: 3 INT, 70 yards, 4 tackles in 32-31 OT win over Kentucky
2. Stephfon Jefferson, RB, Nevada: 27 Att, 247 Yards, 2 TD, 1 rec, 3 yards in 45-34 win over Northwestern State
3. Dalton Williams, QB, Akron: 446 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT in 66-6 win over Morgan State
4. Rakeem Cato, QB, Marshall: 432 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT, 6 rush, 32 yards in 24-27 loss to Ohio
5. David Fales, QB SJSU: 370 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT, in 40-20 win over Colorado State
#1 Derek Carr, Fresno State- Carr went 17 of 22 for 300 yards and 5 TDs, all in the first half, in Fresno State’s destruction of Colorado.
#2 Robbie Rouse, Fresno State- had four, yes four, first quarter TDs (two rushing, two receiving) as Fresno State went up 35-0 at the end of the first quarter in their win over Colorado. He finished with 144 yards rushing on 16 ypc. He would have had more but Colorado was overmatched and he had to be pulled so Fresno didn’t eclipse the century mark.
#3 Jordan Lynch, NIU- Threw for 342 yds and 4 TD and ran for 125 and 1 TD in one point victory over Army.
#4 DJ Harper, Boise St- ran for 162 yards and 3 TD and averaged 10.1 ypc. Oh yeah, he also caught a 21 yard TD pass.
#5 David Fales, SJSU- threw for 370 yards and 3 TDs and had 3 receivers go over 100 yards receiving in a 20 point victory over Colorado State.
Matt Elder, BuffaloBillsDraft.com
1. DB Jonathan Dowling-Western Kentucky
SBC over SEC!
2. QB Dalton Williams-Akron
It appears that Terry Bowden has found himself a QB
3. RB Stefphon Jefferson-Nevada
Nevada akways produces RB’s and Jefferson is next in line
4. QB Rakeem Cato-Marshall
Cato and the Thundering Herd finally get it going for 2012
5. WR Marcus Rucker-Memphis
Rucker is the Tigers only weapon and despite that he still produces.
Tyler Cantrell, BlazerTV.com
Antonio Andrews, RB WKU – 125 yards with 3 TDs & 3 catches in win over Kentucky
Robbie Rouse, RB Fresno St – Had 4 total TDs in 1st quarter vs Colorado
Shawn Southward, RB Troy – 137 yards with 2 TDs & 5 catches against
Tyler Tettleton, QB Ohio – Helps Bobcats stay perfect in leading come
from behind win over Marshall by throwing 3 TDs
David Carr, QB Fresno St – Helped dominate Colorado
Matt Hargelroad, CowboyAltitude.com
1. Kolton Browning – ULM
2. David Fales – SJSU
3. Stefphon Jefferson – Nevada
4. Jordan Leslie – UTEP
5. Marcus Sullivan – UNLV
Kevin McGuire, No2MinuteWarning.com
1. Kolton Browning, UL-Monroe QB
2. Dalton Williams, Akron QB
3. Stefphon Jefferson, Nevada RB
4. Tyler Tettleton, Ohio QB
5. Rakeem Cato, Marshall QB
1. Robbie Rouse, Fresno State
Four touchdowns in a quarter? Mighty Mouse blew up the hapless Buffalo defense.
2. Jonathan Dowling, Western Kentucky
The Western Kentucky cornerback made life hard on UK quarterback Maxwell Smith.
3. Kolton Browning, ULM
Last week’s runaway top vote getter had another outstanding showing against SEC competition.
4. David Fales, San Jose State
Watch out for the Spartans in the pursuit for the WAC championship, and conference’s lone bowl bid. David Fales is making the most of a surprisingly deep receiving corps.
5. D.J. Harper, Boise State
Boise State picked up its first win, and D.J. Harper might have left some asking “Kellen who?” He scored four touchdowns and a two-point conversion.