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MEAC ANNOUNCES WEEKLY FOOTBALL HONORS
Written By: Associated Press         Release: 10/29/2012
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Richard Cue of South Carolina State was selected as the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference's (MEAC) Football Offensive Player of the Week, the conference announced on Monday.  Alex Glover, also of SCSU, was named Defensive Player of the Week.

Damon Chisholm of Howard was named the Rookie of the Week.  Nail Muradymov of Delaware State was selected as the Offensive Lineman of the Week while D'Vonte Graham of North Carolina A&T and Tyrone Hendrix of Morgan State were named Co-Special Teams Player's of the Week, respectively.

Cue (QB, 6-1, 185, r-Jr., Florence, SC) completed 26-of-41 passes for 419 yards with four touchdowns in the Bulldogs' homecoming victory over Howard.  The 419 yards set a school single-game passing record set in 2004.  He also rushed 11 times for 43 yards. 

Glover (DL, 6-1, 230, So., Charlotte, N.C.) spearheaded the Bulldogs' defense with eight tackles, seven unassisted, including four for a loss of 10 yards and three quarterback sacks in a 34-23 win over Howard.

Chisholm (DL, 6-3, 249, Fr., Covington, Ga.) collected a career-high 12 tackles, 11 unassisted, with a career-high and conference single season best 6.0 tackles for a loss of 24 yards.

Muradymov (OLT, 6-7, 330, Sr., Burtonsville, Md.) graded out at 95-percent on all of his blocking assignments as he anchored the Hornets' offensive line that accounted for 502 total yards.  He also collected one pancake block in the victory over Morgan State.

Graham  (KR/PR, 5-9, 180, Jr., Tallahassee, Fla.) returned a missed field goal 100 yards for a touchdown in the Aggies homecoming win over Norfolk State.

Hendrix (WR, 6-1, 190, Sr., Tarpon Springs, Fla.) returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown against Delaware State.

Other Top Performers

Dae-Hon Cheung (DSU) rushed for 80 yards on 12 attempts and caught four passes for 36 yards in the Hornets victory over Morgan State.

Julien David (HOW) tallied 13 tackles, 10 solo, with 1.5 for a loss of six yards and 0.5 sacks for a five-yard loss against South Carolina State.

Nick Elko (DSU) connected on 33-of-43 passes for 398 yards with two touchdowns against Morgan State.

Everett Goldberg (NSU) hit 3-of-4 field goals, including a 51-yarder, against North Carolina A&T.

Terrance Hackney (B-CU) graded out at 89-percent on assignments as the Wildcats collected 443 yards of total offense in a win over North Carolina Central.

Isidore Jackson (B-CU) posted 158 yards on 14 carries with two touchdowns in the Wildcats win over North Carolina Central.

Dawud Lane (B-CU) finished with a team-high 11 tackles, five solo, with 2.0 for a loss of eight yards and one hurry in the Wildcats win over North Carolina Central.

Terrence Leffall (HOW) rushed for a game-high 127 yards, on 24 carries, with two touchdowns in a loss to South Carolina State.

Davon Moore (DSU) tallied eight tackles, six solo, with 2.0 tackles for a loss of eight yards, and one sack, against Morgan State.

Ayodeji Olatoye (NCAT) posted an interception and one fumble recovery along with two tackles, and two pass breakups in the Aggies win over Norfolk State.

Kwashaun Quick (NCAT) collected 99 all-purpose yards with one touchdown in the Aggies homecoming win over Norfolk State.

Tevin Richard (SCSU) totaled 10 tackles, eight solo, in a win over Howard.

Elandon Roberts (MSU) recorded a game-high 16 tackles against Delaware State.

Jeremiah Schwartz (HAM) rushed 33 times for 188 yards with two touchdowns against Savannah State.

Brent Singleton (NSU) posted a career-high 15 tackles, with seven unassisted, and one recovered fumble against North Carolina A&T. 

Lynden Trail (NSU) tallied 11 tackles, four for a loss of 10 yards, against North Carolina A&T.

Delbert Tyler (HAM) finished with 11 tackles and 1.0 sack for an eight-yard loss against Savannah State.

Stephen Young (NCCU) recorded nine tackles, three solo, with 2.5 for a loss of seven yards and 0.5 sacks for a four yard loss against Bethune-Cookman.

 

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