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Bogus Players of Week AAC
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Brady White • Memphis • Gr. • QB • Santa Clarita, Calif.
White threw four touchdown passes, including two in the final 3:19, to lift Memphis to a 34-33 come-from-behind win against USF. White completed 30 of 50 passes for 437 yards and four touchdowns as the Tigers overcame a 33-20 deficit in the final four minutes. His 10-yard TD pass with 3:19 left brought Memphis within striking distance and he provided the game-winning touchdown pass with 1:03 left, giving him a program record 24 career wins as a starter.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Patrick Johnson • Tulane • Sr. • DE • Chattanooga, Tenn.
Johnson led a Tulane defense that limited East Carolina to 35 rushing yards in a 38-21 win against the Pirates. Johnson had six tackles, including three sacks, along with two forced fumbles and two quarterback hurries. Johnson, who leads all NCAA FBS players with nine sacks this season, also became Tulane’s career record-holder with 23.5 sacks.

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Spencer Shrader • USF • So. • K • Lithia, Fla.
Shrader scored 12 points, connecting on four field goals of 41 yards or longer, in a 34-33 loss at Memphis. Shrader connected from 49, 47, 41 and 46 yards, becoming the fifth player in program history with four field goals in a game. Shrader’s 46-yard kick came with 4:36 left, giving USF a late 33-20 lead.

HONOR ROLL
Desmond Ridder • Cincinnati • Jr. • QB
Accounted for four touchdowns and 265 yards of total offense in a 38-10 win against Houston. Rushed for 103 yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries and completed 17 of 27 passes for 162 yards and a TD.

Sean Dykes • Memphis • Sr. • TE
Had seven receptions for 147 yards and two touchdowns in a 34-33 win against USF.

Shane Buechele • SMU • Sr. • QB
Completed 24 of 35 passes for 355 yards and four touchdowns in a 47-23 win at Temple.

Tyler Page • SMU • Sr. • WR
Had career highs with nine receptions, 131 yards and two touchdown catches in a 47-23 win at Temple.

Cameron Carroll • Tulane • So. • RB
Rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns on six carries (averaging 21.5 yards per attempt) in a 38-21 win at East Carolina.


Perhaps Honor Roll for Doaks 184 yards on 16 carries. ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
 
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(11-09-2020 06:52 PM)doss2 Wrote:  OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Brady White • Memphis • Gr. • QB • Santa Clarita, Calif.
White threw four touchdown passes, including two in the final 3:19, to lift Memphis to a 34-33 come-from-behind win against USF. White completed 30 of 50 passes for 437 yards and four touchdowns as the Tigers overcame a 33-20 deficit in the final four minutes. His 10-yard TD pass with 3:19 left brought Memphis within striking distance and he provided the game-winning touchdown pass with 1:03 left, giving him a program record 24 career wins as a starter.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Patrick Johnson • Tulane • Sr. • DE • Chattanooga, Tenn.
Johnson led a Tulane defense that limited East Carolina to 35 rushing yards in a 38-21 win against the Pirates. Johnson had six tackles, including three sacks, along with two forced fumbles and two quarterback hurries. Johnson, who leads all NCAA FBS players with nine sacks this season, also became Tulane’s career record-holder with 23.5 sacks.

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Spencer Shrader • USF • So. • K • Lithia, Fla.
Shrader scored 12 points, connecting on four field goals of 41 yards or longer, in a 34-33 loss at Memphis. Shrader connected from 49, 47, 41 and 46 yards, becoming the fifth player in program history with four field goals in a game. Shrader’s 46-yard kick came with 4:36 left, giving USF a late 33-20 lead.

HONOR ROLL
Desmond Ridder • Cincinnati • Jr. • QB
Accounted for four touchdowns and 265 yards of total offense in a 38-10 win against Houston. Rushed for 103 yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries and completed 17 of 27 passes for 162 yards and a TD.

Sean Dykes • Memphis • Sr. • TE
Had seven receptions for 147 yards and two touchdowns in a 34-33 win against USF.

Shane Buechele • SMU • Sr. • QB
Completed 24 of 35 passes for 355 yards and four touchdowns in a 47-23 win at Temple.

Tyler Page • SMU • Sr. • WR
Had career highs with nine receptions, 131 yards and two touchdown catches in a 47-23 win at Temple.

Cameron Carroll • Tulane • So. • RB
Rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns on six carries (averaging 21.5 yards per attempt) in a 38-21 win at East Carolina.


Perhaps Honor Roll for Doaks 184 yards on 16 carries. ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Swing and a miss on those. Doaks should have definitely been at least honorable mention if not player of the week.
 
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RE: Bogus Players of Week AAC
This is why everybody gets a trophy in elementary school.

You can't let the smart kid win all the prizes every week. Sometimes you have to let the other kids win for self esteem purposes.
 
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I've said it before: The AAC has a southern bent- especially the TX/FL schools with Memphis and Tulane getting a nod as well. Those markets are where are the conference news breaks. Aresco, in every interview, mentions those schools. When UCF had their run in 2017 and 2018 he publicly called out the CFP committee for not ranking the Knights high enough. Rarely do you see him mention UC, in all conference ads you see only glimpses of the red and black.

Some will say it is because "everyone knows we are out as soon as the P5 train comes back to the station". I don't know. I don't think Temple gets much mention either.
 
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RE: Bogus Players of Week AAC
(11-10-2020 08:39 AM)CliftonAve Wrote:  I've said it before: The AAC has a southern bent- especially the TX/FL schools with Memphis and Tulane getting a nod as well. Those markets are where are the conference news breaks. Aresco, in every interview, mentions those schools. When UCF had their run in 2017 and 2018 he publicly called out the CFP committee for not ranking the Knights high enough. Rarely do you see him mention UC, in all conference ads you see only glimpses of the red and black.

Some will say it is because "everyone knows we are out as soon as the P5 train comes back to the station". I don't know. I don't think Temple gets much mention either.

No Temple does not. That said why would they?
 
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