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   Anthony Franklin, a big-time FB enthusiast and the brother/cousin of the many Franklins who have played/are playing in The Pub or in college, is now presenting weekly college honors and tidbits.
  Thanks for adding this to the website repertoire, Ant! Very nice!
   If you want to drop Anthony a line, his e-mail address is
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   And click here for his 11th annual list of City Guys in College Football.

 


 
END-OF-SEASON AWARDS & ALL-STAR TEAMS . . .

  The season is now complete for all our Philly guys have completed playoff and bowl games. So I'd like to personally thank all those who have sent me encouraging emails about the weekly list. With so many of our guys participating in not only D1 but D2 and D3 football its hard to give everyone Player of the Week when so many guys are having great games week in and week out. It's been my pleasure going through box scores, news clippings, and school websites following all of our local guys. With that being said here are my end of the year awards..

  Overall MVP: Arizona State Junior WR Jaelen Strong (West Catholic) posted 82 receptions for 1165 yards & 10 TDs while guiding Arizona State to a 10-3 record. In addition to being named to the 1st team All Pac 12 he has also been named a 2nd team all American via Sports Illustrated, CBS Sports, Sporting News and ESPN.com while being named a Biletnikoff semifinalist.

  Rookie of the Year: IUP Freshman WR/RS Walter Pegues in his first collegiate season earned 1st Team All PSAC West Honors as a Return Specialist by posting a 19.4 yard per return average on 11 punts including a 96 yard punt return for a TD and 24.6 yards per return on kick off returns. He also led the team in total all purpose yards tallying 607 receiving (4 tds), 590 on kickoff returns, 213 on punt returns (1 TD) and 56 on rushes.

  Offensive Player of the Year: Delaware Valley College Senior WR Rasheed Bailey (Roxborough) who finished his collegiate career in grand style catching 80 passes for 1707 yards and 19 TDs helping the Aggies earn a home playoff NCAA game and finish the season at 9-2.

  Defensive Player of the Year: Kutztown Senior DB English "Buddy" Peay (Washington) completed his collegiate career by posting 61 tackles, 16 passes broken up & 1 interception. He finished his career at Kutztown as the all time leader in passes defended/broken up with 52 and just 7 shy of the PSAC record held by former Northeast/Shippensburg star Brent Grimes who currently starts and stars for the NFL's Miami Dolphins.

1st Team Offense All-Stars

QB: Sr. Sean McCartney (Wood/West Chester)
QB: Sr. Aaron Wilmer (Washington/Delaware Valley College)
RB: Jr. Cedric Madden (Malvern/Dickinson)
RB: Sr. Rob Holloman (West Catholic/Central Connecticut)
WR: So. Will Fuller (Roman/Notre Dame)
WR: Jr. Jaelen Strong (West Catholic/Arizona State)
WR: Sr. Rasheed Bailey (Roxborough/Delaware Valley College)
OT: Sr. Seth Betancourt (SJP/Boston College)
OG: Sr. Jake Zuzek (West Catholic/Navy)
OC: Sr. Andrew Edouard (Overbrook/Bethune Cookman)
OG: James Colivas (Bonner/West Chester)
OT: Jordan Morgan (Germantown/Kutztown)
TE: Sr. Steven Jones (La Salle/East Stroudsburg)
MP: Fr. Walter Pegues (Central/IUP)
K/P: Sr. Michael Bennett (LaSalle/Widener)


1st Team Defense All-Stars

DE: Jr. Eric Condron (Judge/Kutztown)
DT: So. Shaquil Ryder (Imhotep/West Chester)
DT: Sr. Josh Garnett (Bok/Millersville)
DE: Jr. Jihad Ward (Bok/Illinois)
LB: Sr. Zaire "Bam" Anderson (Frankford/Nebraska)
LB: Sr. Mike Labor (SJP/West Chester)
LB: Jr. Eric Medes (SJP/Harvard)
LB: Jr. Keith Corliss (Germantown Academy/John Hopkins)
LB: Sr. Kevin Burns (West Catholic/Widener)
CB: Al-Hajj Shabazz (Bartram/West Chester)
CB: Sr. English "Buddy" Peay (Washington/Kutztown)
S: Sr. Will Parks (Germantown/Arizona)
S: Sr. Ibraheim Campbell (SCHA/Northwestern)
CB: So. Daryl Worley (Penn Charter/West Virginia)

2nd Team Offense All-Stars

QB: Jr. Matt Magarity (LaSalle/Franklin Marshall)
QB: Jr. Sean Quarterman (Bonner-Prendie/Millersville)
RB: So. Desmon Peoples (Wood/Rutgers)
RB: Fr. David Williams (Imhotep/South Carolina)
RB: Jr. Tim Wade (La Salle/Susquehanna)
WR: Eric Brundidge (Northeast/West Chester)
WR: Bruce Mapp (West Catholic/Coastal Carolina)
TE: So. Aaron Allison (Frankford/Bloomsburg)
OL: Jr. Josh Wallace (Northeast/Delaware Valley)
OL: Jr. Ryan Geiger (La Salle/Bloomsburg)
OL: Sr. Michael Glashen (Washington/Cheyney)
OL: Sr. Ken Milano (Judge/Susquehanna)
OL: Sr. Antoine Bland (Gratz/West Chester)
OL: Sr. Matt Williams (O'Hara/James Madison)
MP: Fr. Armani Fuller-Williams (Mastery North/Delaware Valley)
MP: Fr. Vincent Moffett (SJP/Franklin Marshall)
K/P: Fr. Ryan Winslow (La Salle/Pittsburgh)

2nd Team Defense All-Stars

DL: Jr. Deion Barnes (Northeast/Penn State)
DL: So. Jon Naji (La Salle/Franklin Marshall)
DL: Jr. Keith Jenkins (Prep Charter/Delaware Valley)
DL: So. Joseph Bryant (Olney/Cheyney)
DL: So. Heleiance Gates (Delaware Valley/Morgan State)
LB: So. Matt Galambos (Haverford/Pittsburgh)
LB: So. Tim Rafter (SJP/Ursinus)
LB: Fr. Zaire Franklin (LaSalle/Syracuse)
LB: Sr. Martin "Nico" Henry (McDevitt/Southern)
LB: Sr. Erik Klein (Episcopal/Salve Regina)
LB: Sr. Matt Conroy (McDevitt/Salve Regina)
DB: Jr. Donovan Morris (Washington/Bloomsburg)
DB: Jr. Kyle Adkins (Wood/Ursinus)
DB: So. Chris Morgan (Haverford/Colgate)
DB: Jr. Teron Dobbs (Carroll/East Stroudsburg)
DB: Jr. Matt Smalley (Judge/Lafayette)
DB: Jr. Brian Dones (Chestnut Hill/Trinity)

  Congrats to the 2 underclassmen Deion Barnes and Jaelen Strong, who both have decided to forgo their senior seasons and have officially announced they are declaring for the 2015 NFL Draft. Maybe both of you guys will be selected by our hometown Eagles :)

  I will be offering a spring football Roundup at the conclusion of spring ball along with some info on our pro hopefuls who are currently in training for all star games, combines and pro-days.... As always feel free to send me an email on ways I can improve my reports or if you feel I omitted anyone. All feedback is welcomed and appreciated. Thanks for reading my reports see everyone in a few months....

WEEK 14
 

Division IA/AA Newcomer of the Week: South Carolina Freshman RB David Williams (Imhotep) caught 4 passes for 70 yards while rushing 7 times for 15 yards in a 17-34 loss to #21 Clemson.
 
Division IA/AA Offensive Player of the Week: Arizona State Junior WR Jaelen Strong (West Catholic) caught 4 balls for 80 yards and a TD in a 35-42 loss to rival Arizona.
 
Division IA/AA Defensive Player of the Week: USC Senior FS Gerald Bowman recorded 7 tackles and an interception he returned 24 yards in the Trojans 49-14 triumph over Notre Dame.
 
Division II/II Newcomer of the Week: NONE
 
Division II/III Offensive Player of the Week: West Chester Senior QB Sean McCartney went 25/43 for 341 yards and 3 TDs in the Rams 36-51 defeat to Concord.
 
Division II/III Defensive Player of the Week: Bloomsburg Junior CB Donovan Morris (Washington) recorded 7 tackles, 1 interception returned for 9 yards and broke up a pass in Bloom's 35-14 win over Virginia State to advance to the NCAA Super Regional 1 Final.
 
Notes/Tidbits:
 
**Congrats to WCU Senior QB Sean McCartney (Wood) who has been named one of 9 finalist for the Division II Harlon Hill Trophy (D2's equivalent of the Heisman). Best wishes as the last 2 winners have also come out of the PSAC.
 
**Congrats to Northwestern Senior DB Ibraheim Campbell (SCHA) who was voted onto the 2nd team All-Big 10 team by the Big 10 coaches. Major kudos to Nebraska Senior LB Zaire Anderson (Frankford) & Illinois Junior DE Jihad Ward (Bok) and who both earned Honorable Mention All-Big 10 honors via the Coaches.& Media. Penn State Junior DE Deion Barnes (Northeast) nabbed coaches honorable mention honors as well.
 
**Congrats to Arizona State Junior WR Jaelen Strong (West Catholic) who once again earned 1st team All-Pac 12 honors.
 
**Congrats to Boston College Senior LT Seth Betancourt (SJP) who was named to the 3rd team All-ACC team.
 
**In local playoff action Widener continued their great undefeated season thus far and advanced to the D3 quarterfinals with a 37-27 win over Christopher Newport and moves ahead to face Linfield. Also John Hopkins lost in heartbreaking fashion 21-24 to Hobart ending their season at a remarkable 11-1.
 
**In D2 playoff action, West Chester battled #1 Concord but fell short 36-51 finishing the season 11-2. Meanwhile Bloomsburg knocked off #23 Virginia State 35-14 to improve to 11-1 and will travel to Concord this Saturday with a D2 semi-final spot on the line.
 
**For only the 3rd time in history there could be 3 PA D1A programs all going bowling at the same time. Pittsburgh is already bowl eligible as well as Penn State. With a win Saturday in New Orleans vs Tulane, Temple would become the 3rd bowl eligible team from our state. Go Owls....
 
**This week check out #9 Arizona as they battle #2 Oregon Friday night at 8pm on Fox in what could be a berth in the D1A 4 team Playoff selection field for the winner depending upon the outcome of the SEC, ACC & Big 10 title games Saturday evening.

WEEK 13

Division IA Newcomer of the Week: South Carolina Freshman RB David Williams (Imhotep) rushed 12 times for 65 yards and a TD in USC's 37-12 win over South Alabama
 
Division IA Offensive Player of the Week: Notre Dame Sophomore WR William Fuller (Roman) caught 5 passes for 109 yards & a TD in a 28-31 loss to Louisville.
 
Division IA Defensive Player of the Week: Syracuse Freshman LB Zaire Franklin (LaSalle) notched a career high 10 tackles in his first career start vs Pittsburgh in a 7-30 defeat..
 
Division IAA Newcomer of the Week: None
 
Division IAA Offensive Player of the Week: James Madison Senior Center Matt Williams (O'Hara) anchored a line that paved the way for 224 rushing yards and 264 passing yards in a 59-27 win over Elon helping them clinch an at large bid into the FCS playoffs where they will do battle with local rival Liberty University this weekend.
 
Division IAA Defensive Player of the Week: Lafayette Junior DB Matt Smalley (Judge) registered 9 tackles, 1 sack and 1 pass breakup in the Leopards 27-7 win over rival Lehigh.
 
Division II/III Newcomer of the Week: NONE
 
Division II/III Offensive Player of the Week: West Chester Sr. QB Sean McCartney (Wood) went 23-40 for 405 yards and 5 TDs in the Golden Rams opening round playoff win over Slippery Rock.
 
Division II/III Co-Defensive Players of the Week: Widener Sr. LB Kevin Burns (West Catholic) registered an astonishing 14 tackles, 1 sack, 2 forced fumbles and broke up a pass helping the Purple Pride advance with a 36-35 win over Muhlenberg. John Hopkins Jr. LB Keith Corliss (Germantown Academy) notched 6 tackles & blocked a kick helping JHU upend Rowan 24-16.
 
Notes/Tidbits:
 
**IUP True Freshman WR/PR/KR Walter Pegues (Central) was named to the Western Division 1st Team All-PSAC as a return specialist after posting a 19.4 yard per return average on 11 punts including a 96 yard punt return for a TD and 24.6 yards per return on kick off returns. He also led the team in total all purpose yards tallying 607 receiving (4 tds), 590 on kickoff returns, 213 on punt returns (1 TD) and 56 on rushes.
 
**Congrats to the following players who were named to the All-Centennial Conference Team.
 
John Hopkins
 
1st Team: Jr. LB Keith Corliss (Germantown Academy) Also named to the 2014 Fall All Academic Centennial Conference Team.
 
Dickinson
 
1st Team: Jr. RB Cedric Madden (Malvern)
 
Ursinus
 
2nd Team: Jr. DB Kyle Adkins (Wood)
Honorable Mention: Sophomore LB Tim Rafter (SJP): Also named to the 2014 Fall All-Academic Centennial Conference Team
Sportsmanship Award: Stephen Humma (C-Egan)
 
**Syracuse True Freshman LB Zaire Franklin (LaSalle) registered a career high 10 tackles in his 2nd career start at MLB in a 7-27 loss to Pittsburgh.
 
**Congrats to Coastal Carolina Sophomore WR Bruce Mapp (West Catholic) who earned 2nd Team All Big South Honors after posting 60 receptions for 819 yards and 4 TDs in 11 regular season contests. The Chancillers qualified for the 1AA playoffs and earned a 1st round bye.
 
**Congrats to Harvard Jr. LB Eric Medes (SJ Prep) who earned 2nd team all Ivy League honors after finishing 2nd on the team with 61 tackles, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and 4 passes broken up. Harvard won their 16th Ivy League title and finished the season 10-0.
 
**Lafayette Junior DB Matt Smalley (Judge) was named to the 1st team All Patriot League team after posting 61 tackles, 1 Interception and 11 Passes Broken up for the Leopards.
 
**Over 48000 fans packed Yankee Stadium to witness the 150th annual meeting between Lehigh & Lafayette last weekend. Lafayette would go on to win the game 27-7.
 
**Central Connecticut State Senior RB Rob Hollomon leaves CCSU as the all-time leading rusher in only 3 years (played at Kent State for a year). He leaves with 725 carries for 3672 yards and 30 TDs on the ground. He also was a dangerous receiver nabbing 82 balls for 773 yards and 2 TDs. As a returner he took back 1 KR for a TD while gaining 1376 in KR/PR yardage.
 
**Game of the week involves a pair of west coast teams featuring hot players on both sides of the ball as #13 Arizona State (WR Jaelen Strong: West Catholic) battles #12 University of Arizona (Will Parks: Germantown) in a key PAC 12 South matchup as both teams are 9-2 at the current moment. The game will be televised nationally on Fox Friday at 3:30pm EST.
 
**In D2 football West Chester advanced to the 2nd round of the NCAA II Playoffs and travels south to West Virginia to play Concord. While Bloomsburg stays home to host Virginia State University.
 
**In D3 football John Hopkins is in the 2nd round of the DIII playoffs for the 4th time in school history and travels to NY to take on Hobart. Widener via their win last weekend over Muhlenberg will stay home to battle Christopher Newport who coincidently ended local Delaware Valley College season this past Saturday in Doylestown.
 
**In the Midwest Northwestern & SCHA product Senior S Ibraheim Campbell finish their season at home vs Illinois & Bok product Junior DE Jihad Ward. The winner will become bowl eligible while the loser season will be over as both squads sit at 5-6 overall.

WEEK 12
(Technical problems delayed the posting of this report; thanks for understanding)

Division IA Newcomer of the Week: NONE
 
Division IA Offensive Player of the Week: Notre Dame Sophomore WR Will Fuller (Roman recorded 9 receptions for 159 yards and 3 TDs in their 37-40 loss to Northwestern.
 
Division IA Defensive Player of the Week: Northwestern Senior Safety Ibraheim Campbell (SCHA) notched 7 tackles and forced 2 fumbles in their upset of #15 Notre Dame
 
Division IAA Newcomer of the Week: NONE
 
Division IAA Offensive Player of the Week: Central Connecticut State Senior RB Rob Holloman (West Catholic) rushed 18 times for 124 yards while also catching 4 passes for 109 yards and 1 TD in a 25-28 loss to Howard.
 
Division IAA Defensive Player of the Week: Sacred Heart Senior DB Dennis Regan (Roman) recorded 7 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss, 1 interception and broke up 2 passes helping SHU upend Bryant 14-7 in what helped them clinch a share of the NEC title.
 
Division II Newcomer of the Week: Indiana (Pa) Freshman WR Walter Pegeus (Central) netted 51 yards receiving on 5 receptions, and returned 3 kicks for 108 yards (159 total yards) in a 17-28 loss to West Chester.
 
Division II Offensive Player of the Week: West Chester Senior QB Sean McCartney (Wood) went 17-26 for 299 yards and a TD in helping the Rams win 28-17 over IUP. 
 
Division II Defensive Player of the Week: East Stroudsburg Senior DB Shane Brady (LaSalle) notched 7 tackles in a 41-66 loss at Gannon.
 
Division III Newcomer of the Week: Delaware Valley College Freshman RB Armani Fuller-Williams (Mastery Charter North) returned 6 kicks for 106 yards in a 28-44 loss at Widener.
 
Division III Offensive Player of the Week: Dickinson Senior RB Cedric Madden (SCHA) rushed 34 times for 270 yards and 3 TDs while also catching 2 passes for 44 yards (314 total yards) in a 31-47 loss at Ursinus.
 
Division III Defensive Player of the Week: Widener Senior LB Kevin Burns (West Catholic) notched 9 tackles leading the Purple Pride to the MAC title with a 44-28 win over Rival Delaware Valley College.
 
***Tidbits & Notes
 
**Congrats to West Chester Sr. QB Sean McCartney (Wood) on being named PSAC East Offensive Player of the Year.
**Congrats to the following city league guys on their All-PSAC East Honors
 
West Chester
1st Team: Sr QB Sean McCartney (Wood); Sr. OG James Colivas (Bonner); Sr. CB Al-Haj Shabazz (Bartram)
2nd Team: Sr. OG Antoine Bland (Gratz)
 
Kutztown
1st Team: So. OT Jordan Morgan (Germantown/Parkway Northwest), Jr. DE Eric Condron (Judge), Sr. DB English Peay (Washington)
 
Cheyney
 
2nd Team: So. DE Joseph Bryant (Olney), Senior DB Jamil Williams (Dobbins)
 
Bloomsburg
 
1st Team: Jr. CB Gary Postell (McDevitt)
2nd Team: Jr. OL Ryan Geiger (LaSalle), Jr. CB Donovan Morris (Washington)
 
East Stroudsburg
 
2nd Team: Sr. TE Steven Jones (LaSalle), Jr. CB Terron Dobbs (Carroll)
 
**Congrats to Delaware Valley College Senior WR Rasheed Bailey (Roxborough) on being named MAC Offensive Player of the year after finishing the regular season with 75 receptions for 1694 yards and 19 TDs.
 
**The following city guys were also named to the All-MAC team:
 
Delaware Valley College
 
(All 1st Teamers) Sr. WR Rasheed Bailey (Roxborough), Sr. OL Rodney Linder (West Catholic), Jr. OL Josh Wallace (Northeast), Sr. QB Aaron Wilmer (Washington)
 
Widener
 
1st Team: Sr. LB Kevin Burns (West Catholic).
Honorable Mention: Sr. P Michael Bennett (LaSalle)
 
**In a very heated but respected rivalry game Lehigh takes on neighboring Lafayette in the 150th annual game. This year's game has been moved to Yankee Field in New York and a crowd of over 40k is expected.
 
**Another local rivalry game also takes place this weekend with University of Delaware taking on Villanova on the Mainline.
 
**Congrats to Widener on their perfect regular season (10-0) and capturing the MAC title. They will host Muhlenberg this upcoming Saturday in the opening round of the Division III playoffs.
 
**Also congrats to Delaware Valley College who earned an at-large bid out of the MAC and will host Christopher Newport this Saturday to open the Division III playoffs.
 
**John Hopkins completed their second consecutive perfect regular season finishing at 10-0 and earned a 1st round home Division III playoff game this Saturday against Rowan.
 
**Major congrats to the 3 PSAC schools who are represented by our guys who qualified for the NCAA D2 Playoffs (Bloomsburg, West Chester, Slippery Rock). Bloomsburg earned the #2 seed in Super Region 1 which gives them a bye this weekend. Slippery Rock will travel east to West Chester for a noon kickoff on Saturday.

WEEK 11

Division IA Newcomer of the Week: None
 
Division IA Offensive Players of the Week: Notre Dame Sophomore WR Will Fuller (Roman) caught 6 passes for 95 yards and a TD in a 31-55 setback at Arizona State.
 
Division IA Defensive Player of the Week: Northwestern Senior S Ibraheim Campbell (SCHA) returned after missing 3 games to record 7 tackles and pull down his 10 career interception returning it 79 yards in Northwestern's 9-10 loss to Michigan.
 
Division IAA Newcomer of the Week: Maine Freshman DB Najee Goode (Imhotep) recorded 5 tackles in a 33-20 conference win over Richmond.
 
Division IAA Offensive Player of the Week: Coastal Carolina WR Bruce Mapp (West Catholic) recorded 6 receptions for 118 yards and rushed once for 32 yards in a 59-34 win over Charlotte
 
Division IAA Defensive Player of the Week: Harvard Junior LB Eric Medes (SJP) recorded 7 tackles in Harvard's 45-0 shutout of Columbia.
 
Division II Newcomer of the Week: Millersville Freshman LB Aaron Walker (Dobbins) recorded 3 tackles, 1 sack and forced a fumble in helping the Marauders pick up their first win of the season 34-12 at Cheyney.
 
Division II Offensive Player of the Week: IUP Freshman WR Walter Pegues (Central) posted a career high 13 receptions for 193 yards and 1 TD in a 21-31 setback to Gannon. (Finished with 282 all-purpose yards.)
 
Division II Defensive Player of the Week: West Chester Senior LB Mike Labor (SJP) recorded 7 tackles in the Rams 35-24 win over East Stroudsburg
 
Division III Newcomer of the Week: Delaware Valley College Freshman RB Armani Fuller-Williams (Mastery North) rushed 5 times for 58 yards in DVC's 55-7 win over FDU-Florham.
 
Division III Offensive Player of the Week: Delaware Valley College Senior QB Aaron Wilmer (Washington) completed 18/28 for 283 yards and 4 TD's in a 55-7 rout of FDU-Florham.
 
Division III Co-Defensive Player of the Week; Ursinus Junior Kyle Adkins (Wood) recorded a career high 16 tackles while also posting a sack, while his team mate Sophomore LB Tim Rafter (SJP) recorded a career high 12 tackles and a pass break-up in Ursinus 27-41 loss to Muhlenberg.
 
Notes/Tidbits
 
**Congrats to both Delaware Valley College & Widener who both enter this Saturday's showdown in Chester undefeated in MAC play and overall as well. The winner of the Keystone Cup will not only finish the regular season undefeated with the cup but will gain the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA playoffs securing at least 1 home game more than likely for the first round. I will be in attendance to hopefully get a few photos of all our Philly guys on DVC as well as Widener...
 
**Speaking of Delaware Valley College, Senior QB Aaron Wilmer is inching along to becoming the 25th college football player (in all divisions) to accumulate at least 10,000 yards passing, 1,000 yards rushing as he currently stands at 9,624 yards passing with at least 2 games left in his collegiate career.
 
**In a nationally televised game our city guys from Notre Dame Will Fuller (Roman) and Arizona State Jaelen Strong (West Catholic) put on a great performance with both guys catching TD passes in ASU's win over Notre Dame.
 
**Check out this cool video interview from John Hopkins Junior LB Keith Corliss who is currently the active career leading tackler at JHU courtesy of pressboxonline.com http://www.pressboxonline.com/2014/11/05/q-a-johns-hopkins-linebacker-keith-Corliss. Defense wins championships and with last weekend's 33-14 win at Franklin & Marshall in which Keith recorded his second most tackles in a game (11) JHU has clinched the Centennial Conference title and the conference automatic bid to the NCAA playoffs. Also major props to Keith on being named to the Capital One Academic All-District Team as he currently owns a 3.5 GPA while majoring in economics. Great job on and off the field Keith...
 
**Also making the Capital One Academic All-District Team was Widener Senior Punter Michael Bennett (La Salle) who owns a outstanding 3.9 GPA while majoring in business.
 
**This Sunday the brackets for the NCAA Division II & Division III playoffs will be revealed and at least 2 teams from the Division III ranks will feature "Our Guys" as well as many as 3 teams from the Division II ranks depending upon the NE-10 and PSAC conference title games.

WEEK 10

Division IA Newcomer of the Week: Syracuse Freshman LB Zaire Franklin (LaSalle) recorded 8 tackles and forced a fumble in a 17-24 loss to NC State.
 
Division IA Offensive Player of the Week: Arizona State Junior Jaelen Strong (West Catholic) caught 5 passes for 77 yards and 1 TD in a 19-16 OT win over Utah.
 
Division IA Defensive Player of the Week: Penn State Junior DE Deion Barnes (Northeast) recorded 4 tackles including 2 sacks and a forced fumble in the Lions 19-20 loss to Rutgers
 
Division IAA Newcomer of the Week: Bucknell Freshman S Connor Golden (Ryan) recorded a career high 9 tackles in their 27-24 OT win over Lafayeet
 
Division IAA Offensive Player of the Week: Coastal Carolina Sophomore WR Bruce Mapp (West Catholic) caught 10 passes for 107 yards in #2 CCU's 38-14 win over Garner Webb.
 
Division IAA Defensive Player of the Week:  Lafayette Junior DB Matt Smalley (Judge) recorded 3 tackles, 1 interception for 22 yards and broke up 5 passes in a 24-27 OT loss to Bucknell.
 
Division II Newcomer of the Week: Indiana (Pa) Freshman WR Walter Pegues (Central) caught 2 passes for 40 yards and a TD while also returning a punt 36 yards in IUP's 31-0 shutout of Clarion.
 
Division II Offensive Player of the Week: NONE
 
Division II Defensive Player of the Week: Kutztown Senior DB English Peay (Washington) recorded 4 tackles while also notching 6 passes broken up in a 19-0 shutout over Lock Haven
 
Division III Newcomer of the Week: Franklin & Marshall Freshman DB Vincent Moffett recorded 4 tackles, forced a fumble as well as broke up a pass in F&M's 13-8 win over Susquehanna.
 
Division III Offensive Player of the Week: Delaware Valley College Senior WR Rasheed Bailey (Roxborough) caught 5 passes for 115 yards and 2 TDs in DVC's 24-21 win over Kings.
 
Division III Defensive Player of the Week: NONE
 
Notes/Tidbits
 
**Kutztown Senior DB English "Buddy" Peay (Washington) became KU's record holder for most passes defended in a career. He now has 48 and trails only current Miami Dolphins star and former Shippensburg/Northeast star Brent Grimes for the PSAC record of 59.
 
**Speaking of Brent Grimes (Shippensburg/Northeast) he was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week by the NFL for his 2 interception, 3 tackles, 2 passes defended performance against San Diego helping Miami post its first shutout in almost 8 years. (http://www.foxsports.com/florida/story/miami-dolphins-brent-grimes-wins-afc-defensive-player-of-the-week-110514)
 
**This week's game to watch is #10 Notre Dame @ #9 Arizona State. Two of the nation's top WR's ASU's Jaelen Strong (West Catholic) and ND's Will Fuller (Roman) square off with both teams in strong contention to land one of the 4 playoff coveted spots.
 
**Congrats to our 13 guys at Bloomsburg who clinched the PSAC East title with their 34-13 win over East Stroudsburg. Next Saturday they'll head out west for the PSAC title with a top 2 NCAA playoff seed on the line against either Cal (Pa), Slippery Rock or Gannon.
 
**Norfolk State Junior QB Malik Stokes (Northeast) came onto the field in relief and threw a game winning TD pass helping NSU keep pace for 1st place in the MEAC with an NCAA playoff berth at stake for the conference champion. They play Thursday night at 7pm on national television ESPNU hosting Bethune Cookman with the winner remaining in first place heading into the final 2 weeks of the season.

WEEK NINE

Division IA Newcomer of the Week: Illinois Junior DE Jihad Ward (Bok) registered 4 tackles, 1 fumble recovery, 1 pass break up and 1 qb hurry in a 28-24 win over Minnesota.
 
Division IA Offensive Player of the Week: Boston College Senior LT Seth Betancourt (SJPrep) anchored an offensive line that allowed 0 sacks, helped generate 367 yards of total offense in a 23-17 win at Wake Forest.
 
Division IA Defensive Player of the Week: Nebraska Senior LB Zaire Anderson (Frankford) recorded 11 tackles as well as a pass break up in a 42-24 win over Rutgers.
 
Division IAA Newcomer of the Week: Bucknell Freshman S Conner Golden (Ryan) notched a career high 6 tackles to go along with a pass break up helping the Bison upend Georgetown 22-17.
 
Division IAA Offensive Player of the Week: James Madison Senior OC Matt Williams (O'Hara) paved the way for JMU to amass 570 yards of total offense while making all the line calls to keep their QB from being sacked in a 48-40 win over Charlotte. 
 
Division IAA Defensive Player of the Week: Lafayette Junior DB Matt Smalley (Judge) notched a team leading/career high 11 tackles in a 24-14 loss to Holy Cross.
 
Division II Newcomer of the Week: Indiana (Pa) Freshman WR Walter Pegues (Central) caught a career high 5 passes for 118 yards and 1 TD which covered 63 yards in a 28-21 loss to rival Slippery Rock. Also returned 4 punts for 48 yards and 2 kickoffs for 28 yards. He also notched a tackle on special teams duty.
 
Division II Offensive Player of the Week: Cheyney Senior WR Eugene Moten (Washington) caught 3 passes for 39 yards and a TD in a 13-34 loss to Shippensburg
 
Division II Defensive Player of the Week: Bloomsburg Junior DB Gary Postell (McDevitt) posted 7 tackles as well as broke up 3 passes in Bloomsburg's 41-10 homecoming win over West Chester.
 
Division III Newcomer of the Week: Delaware Valley College Freshman LB Jesse Wireman (Ryan) notched 3 tackles in a 41-10 win over Misercordia.
 
Division III Offensive Player of the Week: Franklin & Marshall Senior QB Matt Magarity (LaSalle) completed 19/27 passes for 222 yards & 3 touchdowns while also rushing 12 times for 73 yards & 2 touchdowns in a 42-12 win over Moravian.
 
Division III Defensive Player of the Week: Dickinson Senior LB Connor Thompson (Judge) recorded 3 tackles and nabbed an interception that he returned 33 yards in a 33-28 win over McDaniel.
 
Weekly Notes/Tidbits:
 
**Penn State Junior DE Deion Barnes (Northeast) recorded another sack in a thrilling 2OT loss to Ohio State which also has him tied for the team lead with 4 sacks on the year. He also is 3rd on the team in total tackles with 30.
 
**Benedict Senior DB Rodney Hall (Overbrook) recorded 5 tackles while also forcing and recovering a fumble returning it 41 yards and finished off a productive game with an interception in a 33-15 SIAC win over Moorehouse
 
**Arizona Junior S Will Parks (Germantown) recorded his 4th career interception in a win at Washington State.
 
**Delaware Valley College Senior WR Rasheed Bailey (Roxborough) is now the school's all-time leading single season receiving TD record holder (13) as well as receiving yards in a single season record holder (1195) after a 8 reception 142 yards and 1 TD performance in just one half as DVC routed Misercordia 41-7.
 
**UMASS Freshman WR Shakur Nesmith (Imhotep) caught his first career TD pass (15 yarder) in a 42-35 loss at Toledo
 
**Rutgers Sophomore RB Desmon Peoples (Wood) scored his 3rd TD of the season is leading the Scarlet Knights in rushing this season with 441 yards and is also 2nd on the team in rushing TDs with 3 TDs.
 
**A game to pay close attention to this week is John Hopkins traveling to Ursinus as JHU is 7-0 (6-1 in Centennial) while Ursinus is 6-1 (5-1 in Centennial) in a key matchup which could decide who gets the automatic berth into the NCAA playoffs via the conference championship.

WEEK EIGHT

Division IA Newcomer of the Week: University of Pittsburgh Freshman P Ryan Winslow (LaSalle) boomed 7 kicks for an average of 41.6 yards per kick while also landing 5 kicks inside the 20 yard line in Pitt's 21-16 win over
 
Division IA Offensive Player of the Week: South Carolina Freshman RB David Williams (Imhotep) rushed 11 times for a career high 110 yards and also caught 1 pass for 14 yards in the Gamecocks' 41-10 win over Furman.
 
Division IA Defensive Player of the Week: University of Pittsburgh Sophomore LB Matt Galambos (Haverford) notched 7 tackles in the Panthers' 21-16 win over UVA.
 
Division IAA Newcomer of the Week: Colgate Sophomore DB Chris Morgan (Haverford) notched 5 tackles on defense, returned a kickoff 93 yards for a TD, while also returning 2other kicks for a total of 43 yards in a 31-45 setback at Yale. 
 
Division IAA Offensive Player of the Week: Central Connecticut State Senior RB Rob Hollomon (West Catholic) rushed 28 times for 164 yards and 2 TDs, also caught 3 passes for 19 yards and returned 2 kickoffs for 36 yards in CCSU's narrow lost to Robert Morris.
 
Division 1AA Defensive Player of the Week: Harvard Junior LB Eric Medes (SJ Prep) recorded 9 tackles a pass break up and 1 QB hurry in a 24-14 win v Lafayette.
 
Division II Newcomer of the Week: West Chester Freshman LB Dan Sherry (SJ Prep) recorded a career high 6 tackles and his first career sack in WCU's 55-28 win over Shippensburg
 
Division II Co-Offensive Players of the Week: West Chester Senior LG James Colivas (Bonner), Senior RG Antoine Bland (Gratz) and Freshman RT Vince LoStracco (Judge) helped protect QB Sean McCartney allowing 0 sacks, helping him to pass for 393 yards & 5 TDs, while also paving the way for the RB's to rush for 193 yards and 3 TDs.
 
Division II Defensive Player of the Week: Cheyney Senior DB Jamil Williams (Dobbins) recorded 2 interceptions along with 6 tackles in a 0-28 loss to Lock Haven.
 
Division III Newcomer of the Week: Catholic University Sophomore DE James Mooney (SJ Prep) notched a career high 6 tackles in a 14-24 loss to Shenandoah.
 
Division III Offensive Player of the Week: Delaware Valley College Senior WR Rasheed Bailey (Roxborough) caught 6 balls for 150 yards & 2 TDs in a 35-13 win over Stevenson.
 
Division III Defensive Player of the Week: John Hopkins Junior LB Keith Corliss (Germantown Academy) registered 10 tackles and a fumble recovery in a 41-7 win over Dickinson.
 
Notes/Tidbits
 
**Central Connecticut State Senior RB Rob Hollomon (West Catholic) Saturday broke the 20 year career rushing yards record for CCSU and he now owns 3,430 career rushing yards including 874 yards this season in 7 games.
 
**John Hopkins Junior LB Keith Corliss (Germantown Academy) is Johns Hopkins’ career active leader in tackles with 123 in 26 career games played. He also counts 5.0 TFLs, three PBUs, one sack, one interception and one fumble recovery to his credit. So far this season he has a team-high 41 tackles on the year.
 
**Notre Dame Sophomore WR Will Fuller (Roman) recorded 8 receptions for 79 yards and 1 TD in a narrow 27-31 last second loss to #2 Florida State.
 
**In this week's game of the Week #7 West Chester travels to #8 Bloomsburg for what could be an NCAA playoff berth on the line for the winner. Both teams enter with perfect 7-0 records. WCU Senior QB Sean McCartney (Wood) is 2nd in the PSAC in passing yards, yards per game as well as TD passes (25) while Bloomsburg Junior DB Donovan Morris (Washington) is tied for 6th in the conference in Passes Broken up with 6.
 
**Cincinnati Junior QB Jared Evans (West Catholic) saw his first action at the D1 level in a 41-3 rout of SMU. He tallied 10 rushes for a team high 67 yards and 1 TD while also completing both pass attempts for 10 yards.
 
**Delaware Valley College Senior WR Rasheed Bailey caught his school record tying 12th TD pass against Stevenson. In the process he also moved into 2nd place all-time on the single season receiving yardage record and is just 156 yards short of the record with at least 4 games remaining on the schedule.

WEEK SEVEN

D1A Newcomer of the Week: Syracuse Freshman LB Zaire Franklin (LaSalle) picked up 2 tackles in helping the Cuse hang tough with then #1 Florida State in a 23-30 loss
 
D1A Offensive Player of the Week: Notre Dame Sophomore WR Will Fuller (Roman) caught 7 passes for 133 yards and 2 TDs in #6 ND's 50-43 win over UNC.
 
D1A Defensive Player of the Week: USC Senior FS Gerald Bowman (Imhotep) recorded 9 tackles helping the Trojan upset #10 Arizona 28-26
 
D1AA Newcomer of the Week: NONE
 
D1AA Offensive Player of the Week: Coastal Carolina Sophomore WR Bruce Mapp (West Catholic) caught 6 passes for 111 yards and 1 TD in CCU's 40-28 win over Presbyterian.
 
D1AA Defensive Player of the Week; Harvard Junior LB Eric Medes (SJP) recorded 11 tackles, while also picking off a pass returning it 12 yards in a 24-7 win over Cornell.
 
D2 Newcomer of the Week: Cheyney Sophomore RB Rolando Ransom (Comm Tech) in his first appearance of the season rushed 7 times for 48 yards and a TD in a 21-42 loss to East Stroudsburg
 
D2 Offensive Player of The Week: Indiana (Pa) Freshman WR Walter Pegues (Central) returned a punt 96 yards for a TD, caught 3 passes for 36 yards and returned 5 kickoffs for 98 yards in a 51-28 win over Seton Hill
 
D2 Defensive Player of the Week: West Chester Sophomore DL Shaquil Ryder notched 10 tackles, 1 sack, & recovered a fumble in WCU's 29-7 win at Kutztown
 
D3 Newcomer of the Week: NONE
 
D3 Co-Offensive Players of the Week: Delaware Valley College OL's Senior OC Matt Long (Roman), Senior RG Rodney Linder (West Catholic) and Junior LT Josh Wallace (Northeast) all started helping DVC gain an amazing 611 yards of total offense while protecting their QB Aaron Wilmer (Washington) to only be sacked once in 8 rushing attempts, and 27 passing attempts.
 
D3 Co-Defensive Player of the Week: Salve Regina Senior LBs Matt Conroy (McDevitt) & Erik Klein (Episcopal). Matt notched 7 tackles including 1 TKFL and a pass deflection while Erik matched with 7 tackles, 1 sack and a safety in a narrow 31-34 loss to Western New England.
 
Tidbits & Notes
 
**Congrats to Salve Regina Senior LB Matt Conroy (McDevitt) who returned a interception 60 yards for a TD back on 10/4 against Nichols. What makes it all that much more special was it was a behind the back catch. Click here for the play. He has been nominated for the Geico Play of the Year award. Let's help a former city league star gain national prominence by voting at www.Facebook.com/BestOfCollegeFootball
 
**Ursinus Sophomore LB Tim Rafter (SJP) leads the Centennial Conference with 4 interceptions. Pretty impressive for a LB.
 
**Harvard Junior LB Eric Mendes (SJP) has registered 25 tackles in just 4 games this year which has him sitting as the leading tackler on the #2 rushing defense in Division IAA. For his great week 5 performance Eric was named collegesportsmadness.com Ivy League Defensive player of the week: http://www.collegesportsmadness.com/article/9904
 
**Notre Dame Sophomore stud WR Will Fuller (Roman) leads the team in receptions (35), yards (504), TDs (7) and yards per catch (14.4) while helping #5 ND to a perfect 6-0 record leading up to an all important trip to Tallahassee to take on reigning Heisman winner Jamesis Winston and the #2 Florida State Seminoles this Saturday night at 8pm on ABC/ESPN.
 
**East Stroudsburg Senior TE Steven Jones (LaSalle) has quietly put together a great first half of the season registering 21 receptions for 413 yards and 4 TDs, which tops all TE's in the PSAC
 
**West Chester Sophomore DT Shaquil Ryder (Imhotep) was named PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week for his career high 10 tackle, 1 sack and 1 forced fumble effort against Kutztown. Thus far this season Ryder has contributed 26 tackles, 3 sacks, 1 fumble recovery, & 2 QB hurries in 6 games.
 

WEEK SIX
 

D1A Newcomer of the Week: University of Pittsburgh Freshman DB Pat Amara (West Catholic) recorded 2 tackles while also snagging his first career interception in a 24-19 loss to University of Virginia.
 
D1A Offensive Player of the Week: Arizona State Junior WR Jaelen Strong (West Catholic) caught 10 balls for 202 yards and 3 TDs including a 46 yard Hail Mary touchdown pass, helping ASU defeat USC on the road 38-34
 
D1A Defensive Player of the Week Arizona Junior SS William Parks (Germantown) recorded 8 tackles helping the Wildcats upset #2 Oregon 31-24
 
D1AA Newcomer of the Week: Bucknell Freshman DB Connor Golden (Ryan) recorded his first career blocked kick (Punt) in a 34-15  loss at Bryant.
 
D1AA Offensive Player of the Week: Wagner Sophomore RB Brandon Peoples (Wood) rushed 21 times for 87 yards and also caught 1 pass for 27 yards in a 25-0 win over Alderson Broaddus.
 
D1AA Defensive Player of the Week: Wagner Senior DB Daquan Cooper (Washington) recorded 9 tackles in Wagner's 25-0 shutout of Alderson Broaddus.
 
D2 Newcomer of the Week: Kutztown Freshman OL Brian Robbins (Ryan) anchored a line that gave up 0 sacks while helping generate 479 yards of total offense in a 54-7 romp over Millersville.
 
D2 Offensive Player of the Week: West Chester Senior QB Sean McCartney torched Lock Haven, going 23/40 for 403 yards and 5 TDs in a 41-16 win.
 
D2 Defensive Player of the Week: East Stroudsburg Junior CB Teron Dobbs (Carroll) recorded 8 tackles, 2 interceptions, forced a fumble and broke up 2 passes in ESU's 37-33 win over Shippensburg.
 
D3 Newcomer of the Week: Franklin & Marshall Freshman RB Vincent Moffett continues to make a name on special teams making 3 tackles on kick off/punt return units in a 24-27 loss to Dickinson
 
D3 Offensive Player of the Week: Delaware Valley College Senior WR Rasheed Bailey (Roxborough) caught 9 balls for 252 yards and 4 TDs (tying school record) in a 56-24 win over Albright.
 
D3 Defensive Player of the Week: Ursinus Junior DB Kyle Adkins (Wood) recorded 6 tackles, 1.5 sacks and notched an interception in a 24-0 shutout of Moravian.
 
Tidbits of the Week:
 
**Susquehanna Junior RB Tim Wade (LaSalle) ran 31 times for 202 yards in a 24-20 setback at Muhlenburg
 
**Dickinson Junior RB Cedric Madden (SCH Academy) earned Centennial Conference Co-Offensive Player of the week after turning 17 carries into 158 yards and 2TDs including a school record 94 yard TD run. He also caught 4 balls for 94 yards and another TD.
 
**In a nationally televised game Friday night Syracuse Freshman LB Zaire Franklin (LaSalle) notched a career high 4 tackles in a 28-6 loss to Louisville.
 
**Maine Freshman DB Najee Goode (Imhotep) recorded his first career interception in a 41-20 setback to #6 Villanova.
 
**Nebraska Senior LB Zaire "Bam" Anderson (Frankford) was mentioned plenty in their near upset of #10 Michigan State. He tallied 6 tackles, 1 pass break up and 1 QB hit in the 22-27 loss.
 
**Congrats to former O'Hara/Ohio State star WR/PR Corey "Philly" Brown who is now the primary PR and 3rd WR for the Carolina Panthers who scored his first NFL touchdown via a wacky but heads up PR. Check out this clip.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzjPQ3XNiTI
 
**In just under 1.5 seasons Arizona State Junior WR Jaelen Strong (West Catholic) has put up what many receivers put up in a full 3-4 seasons. He's caught 116 passes for 1,736 yards and 12 TDs. Including his 1 year at LA Pierce JUCO he has 183 receptions for 2999 yards and 27 TDs in 2.5 seasons of college football.
 
**Temple Freshman Long Snapper Corey Lerch (La Salle) has become a very important member of the team as he has risen to be the starting LS for field goals and punting.

WEEK FIVE

 
D1A Newcomer of the Week: Rutgers Sophomore RB Desmon Peoples (Wood) ran for 83 yards & also notched 50 yards receiving in a 31-6 win over Tulane
 
D1A Offensive Player of the Week: Notre Dame Sophomore WR Will Fuller (Roman) caught 6 balls for 119 yards and 2 TDs in the Irish 31-15 win over Syracuse
 
D1A Defensive Player of the Week: Penn State Junior DE Deion Barnes (Northeast) recorded 6 tackles including a sack in a 27-6 loss to Northwestern
 
D1AA Newcomer of the Week: Maine Freshman DB Najee Goode (Imhotep) recorded 3 tackles helping Maine upset Towson on the road, 30-27
 
D1AA Offensive Player of the Week: Central Connecticut State Senior RB Rob Holloman (West Catholic) rushed 27 times for 236 yards and 2 TDs, caught 1 pass for 14 yards and returned 2 kicks for 53 yards in a 38-14 win over Rhode Island
 
D1AA Defensive Player of the Week: Morgan State Sophomore DE Heleaince Gates (Delaware Valley) notched 8 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, as well as forced a fumble and had a QB Hurry in Morgan's 15-14 loss to Norfolk State
 
D2 Newcomer of the Week: Kutztown Freshman DB Marquise Poston (Frankford) notched 3 tackles, 1 forced fumble and 1 pass break up in KU's 74-0 romp of Cheyney.
 
D2 Offensive Player of the Week: East Stroudsburg Senior TE Steven Jones (La Salle) caught 7 balls for 92 yards & 2 TDs in a 48-21 win over Lock Haven
 
D2 Defensive Player of the Week: Bloomsburg Junior Gary Postell (McDevitt) recorded 7 tackles and 1 pass defended in Bloomsburg's 38-30 win over Shippensburg
 
D3 Newcomer of the Week: Delaware Valley College Freshman RB Armani Fuller-Williams  (Mastery North) returned 6 kickoffs for 131 yards while also earning 1 carry for 4 yards in DVC's 59-41 win over Lebanon Valley.
 
D3 Offensive Player of the Week: Delaware Valley College Senior QB Aaron Wilmer (Washington) threw 20-31 for 383 yards and 4 TDs while also rushing 13 times for 63 yards & 2 TDs in DVC's 59-41 win over Lebanon Valley.
 
D3 Defensive Player of the Week: Franklin & Marshall Sophomore DL Jon Naji (La Salle) recorded 2 tackles including 1.5 for loss and 1 sack along with 2 passes broken up in F&M's 35-3 win over Juniata.
 
Week 5 Tidbits:
 
**Congrats to Delaware Valley College Senior WR Rasheed Bailey (Roxborough) who tied the school record with 4 TD receptions in their win over Lebanon Valley. In his 4 years at DVC his stat line reads 30 games, 104 receptions, 1887 yards receiving and 15 TDs.
 
**Wagner Sophomore RB Brandon Peoples (Wood) recorded his first career TD via a 46 yard reception in a 23-35 setback to Lafayette
 
**In the FBS game of the week for Week 6 tune into Fox at 7:30pm to watch Arizona State (Jaelen Strong/West Catholic) battle USC (Gerald Bowman/Imhotep) in a key PAC 12 matchup.
 
**Former Northeast High star DB Brent Grimes (Shippensburg 05) is now a member of the Miami Dolphins as a star CB and had a 2 episode show that documented his days in little league through his gridiron days at NEHS and onto Shippensburg. Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-A3MmiaaGc
 
**West Chester Sr QB Sean McCartney went 18-25, 307 yards and 3 TDs in just one half leading #10 WCU to a 62-7 win over Millersville. In his collegiate career he has amassed 6997 yards and 63 TDs.
 
**Delaware Valley College Senior QB Aaron Wilmer (Washington) has amassed 7,884 passing yards and 62 touchdown passes in his collegiate career at DVC while also running for 21 TDs.

WEEK FOUR
 

D1A Newcomer of the Week: South Carolina Freshman RB David Williams (Imhotep) rushed 4 times for 25 yards and his first career TD in a 48-34 win over Vanderbilt
 
D1A Offensive Player of the Week: Boston College Senior LT Seth Betancourt (SJ Prep) protected BC's QB and blocked helping them gain 549 yards of total offense in a 40-10 win over Maine
 
D1A Defensive Player of the Week: Arizona Junior FS Will Parks (Germantown) recorded 4 tackles in a 49-45 conference win over California.
 
D1AA Newcomer of the Week: Southern University R-Junior LB Martin Henry (McDevitt) registered 3 tackles and forced a fumble in a 34-24 SWAC win over Prairie View
 
D1AA Offensive Player of the Week: Coastal Carolina Sophomore OL Dom DiGalbo (West Catholic) helped CCU gain almost 400 yards of total offense and allowed no sacks helping them win 48-3 over Florida A&M on the road.
 
D1AA Defensive Player of the Week: Colgate Sophomore DB Chris Morgan (Haverford) recorded 5 tackles and also picked off a pass returning it 17 yards in a 27-12 win over Cornell.
 
D2 Newcomer of the Week: Notre Dame (Ohio) Freshman DE Claudy Mathieu (Washington) recorded 3 sacks amongst his 8 tackles in a 47-44 win over WV Wesleyan.
 
D2 Offensive Player of the Week: West Chester Senior WR Eric Brundidge (Northeast) caught 6 passes for 166 yards & 3 scores in a 45-10 win over Seton Hill
 
D2 Defensive Player of the Week: Clarion Junior DL Kwame Bell (Roxborough) recorded 7 tackles, 2 sacks and forced a fumble in a 27-6 win at Cheyney
 
D3 Newcomer of the Week: Delaware Valley College Freshman LB Jesse Wireman (Ryan) recorded 2 tackles helping the Aggies get a MAC win over Wilkes 54-35
 
D3 Offensive Player of the Week: Lycoming OC Corey Straus (O'Hara) helped protect his QB and offensive backs leading a OL that allowed no sacks in a 28-13 win over King College.
 
D3 Defensive Player of the Week: Trinity College CB Brian Dones (Chestnut Hill cademy) recorded 3 tackles, 1 interception for 34 yards and defended 2 other passes in a 32-7 win over Colby.
 
Ant Tidbits
 
**Clarion DT Kwame Bell (Roxborough) has already recorded 4 sacks this season in 3 games which is tied for 2nd in the nation amongst Division 2 schools.
 
**Temple Sophomore walk-on QB Thomas Rumer (Malvern) made his collegiate debut in the Owls' 59-0 romp over Delaware State. Also Temple Freshman walk on QB Tim DiGiorgio (Frankford) attempted his first career pass in the DSU game.
 
**In the FBS game of the week involving Our Guys tune into ABC Saturday night at 8pm as Notre Dame (Will Fuller/Roman, Mike McGlinchey/Penn Charter) takes on Syracuse (Zaire Franklin/LaSalle, Jamal Custis/Neumann-Goretti & Joe Nassib/Haverford School) at MetLife Stadium

WEEK THREE

D1A Newcomer of the Week: Syracuse Freshman LB Zaire Franklin (LaSalle) recorded 2 tackles while also breaking up 2 passes helping the Cuse knock off Central Michigan 40-3

D1A Offensive Player of the Week: Arizona State Junior WR Jaelen Strong (West Catholic) recorded 6 receptions for 77 yards and a TD in a 38-24 win over Colorado

D1A Defensive Player of the Week: Penn State Junior DE Deion Barnes (Northeast) recorded 2 tackles and a key sack while also recording 2 QB hurries in PSU's road win over Rutgers 13-10

D1AA Newcomer of the Week: Colgate Sophomore DB Chris Morgan (Haverford) recorded 8 tackles in a narrow defeat at Delaware 28-25

D1AA Offensive Player of the Week: Central Connecticut State Senior RB Rob Hollomon rushed 22 times for 74 yards, caught 3 passes for 20 yards and returned 4 kickoffs for 79 yards in a 7-21 defeat at The Holy Cross.

D1AA Defensive Player of the Week: William & Mary Senior DL Stephen Sinnott (LaSalle) recorded 4 tackles and 1 sack in a 29-14 win over Norfolk State

D2 Newcomer of the Week: Cheyney Sophomore LB Brian Givens (West Philadelphia) recorded 5 tackles in a 0-48 loss to Gannon.

D2 Offensive Player of the Week: East Stroudsburg Senior TE Steven Jones (La Salle) grabbed 4 receptions for 101 yards in a 56-24 loss at Slippery Rock.

D2 Defensive Player of the Week: Kutztown Senior DB English Peay (Washington) recorded 4 tackles and grabbed an interception in KU's 44-7 upset over ranked IUP.

D3 Newcomer of the Week: NONE

D3 Offensive Player of the Week: Dickinson Senior RB Cedric Madden (SCH Academy) rushed 22 times for 115 yards in a 35-38 defeat at Juniata.

D3 Defensive Player of the Week: John Hopkins Junior LB Keith Corliss (Germantown Academy) recorded 10 tackles in a 27-20 win over Susquehanna.

WEEK TWO

D1A Newcomer of the Week: Pittsburgh Freshman Punter Ryan Winslow (LaSalle) booted 5 balls for an average of 42 yards with a long of 48 while placing 1 inside the 20 and recording a touch back in a 30-20 conference win over Boston College.

D1A Offensive Player of the Week:  Notre Dame Sophomore WR Will Fuller (Roman) grabbed 9 balls for 89 yards and a TD in the final ND/Michigan rivalry game helping ND shut out the Big Blue 30-0.

D1A Defensive Player of the Week: Southern California Senior FS Gerald Bowman (Imhotep) recorded 10 tackles in helping USC upset #13 Stanford on the road 13-10.

D1AA Newcomer of the Week: Towson Freshman CB Alfonso Augustine (Washington) recorded 4 tackles in a 0-54 setback at D1A West Virginia.

D1AA Offensive Player of the Week: James Madison OL Matt Williams anchored an OL that paved the way for JMU to gain over 600 yards of total offense in a 31-28 win at Lehigh.

D1AA Defensive Player of the Week: Lafayette Junior LB Darren Wright(McDevitt) recorded 5 tackles and 1 sack in a 27-14 setback at Sacred Heart.

D2 Newcomer of the Week: Indiana (PA) Freshman WR Walt Pegues (Central) in his first collegiate game caught 3 passes for 25 yards and 1 TD in IUPs 44-19 win over St. Augustine (NC)

D2 Offensive Player of the Week: West Chester Senior WR Eric Brundidge (Northeast) grabbed 3 balls for 65 yards and a TD in WCU’s 35-30 win at New Haven.

D2 Defensive Player of the Week: West Chester Senior Al Hajj Shabazz (Bartram) recorded 4 tackles, blocked a kick and picked off a pass to help WCU knock off New Haven on the road.

D3 Newcomer of the Week: Franklin & Marshall Freshman RB Vincent Moffett returned a kickoff for 15 yards and aided on special teams recording 2 tackles helping F&M squeak by Lebanon Valley 28-21.

D3 Offensive Player of the Week: Delaware Valley College Senior WR Rasheed Bailey (Roxborough) grabbed 11 balls for 216 yards and a TD

D3 Defensive Player of the Week: Ursinus Kyle Adkins (Wood) recorded 5 tackles, 1 sack, 1 Forced fumble and 1 Pass breakup in a 47-7 win over TCNJ.

WEEK ONE

D1A Newcomer of the Week: UMASS Freshman RB TJ Blyden (O’Hara) rushed 9 times for 43 yards in a 7-30 defeat to rival Boston College.

D1A Offensive Player of the Week: Arizona State Sophomore WR Jalen Strong (West Catholic) recorded 10 receptions for 146 yards in a 45-14 win over Weber State

D1A Defensive Player of the Week: Northwestern Senior S Ibraheim Campbell (SCHA) recorded 11 tackles while grabbing an interception in a 24-31 loss at California.

D1AA Newcomer of the Week: Maine Freshman DB Najee Goode (Imhotep) recorded 4 tackles helping the Bears suffocate Norfolk State 10-6.

D1AA Offensive Player of the Week: Coastal Carolina Sophomore WR Bruce Mapp (West Catholic) pulled in 10 receptions for 108 yards and 1 TD in a 31-16 win over The Citadel.

D1AA Defensive Player of the Week:  Morgan State Sophomore DE Heleiance Gates (Delaware Valley) recorded 7 tackles and 1 sack in a 28-31 setback at D1A Eastern Michigan.