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MEAC ANNOUNCES 2012 FOOTBALL ALL-MEAC AWARDS
Written By: Associated Press         Release: 11/24/2012
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Delaware State quarterback Nick Elko was selected as the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference's (MEAC) Offensive Player of the Year and Keith Pough of Howard earned the Defensive Player of the Year honor, as voted on by the MEAC's head football coaches and sports information directors.

Howard's Damon Gresham Chisholm earned the Rookie of the Year award and Terrance Hackney of Bethune-Cookman was selected as Offensive Lineman of the Year. 

Third-year head coach Brian Jenkins of Bethune-Cookman was named Coach of the Year.  Jenkins led the Wildcats to an unblemished 8-0 MEAC record and 9-2 overall mark.  The Wildcats edged out Florida A&M in the annual Florida Classic to seal its perfect record and the conference's automatic berth to the NCAA Division I (FCS) Championships.  The Wildcats are currently ranked No. 22 in both the Sports Network's FCS and the FCS Coaches poll's.

Senior Nick Elko leads the MEAC in passing average per game (257.1 avg./g) and total offense (250.3 avg./g).  He completed 259 passes on 412 attempts with 15 touchdowns and ranks No. 3 in the MEAC in pass efficiency (130.1).    Elko completes a stellar four-year career at Delaware State finishing with 5,754 passing yards connecting on 539-of-911 attempts and 5,592 yards of total offense.

Keith Pough recorded 72 total tackles, 44 solo, with 10.0 for a loss of 50 yards during the 2012 campaign.  Pough became the FCS all-time record holder in tackles for a loss with 83 to cap his four-year collegiate career with the Bison.  He ranks 13th in totl tackles as well as in tackles for a loss in the conference.  He also recorded 3.5 sacks for a loss of 35 yards, two quarterback hurries, one block, one forced fumble, two fumble recoveries and earned his first-career touchdown in a come-from-behind victory over Delaware State.  Pough has earned MEAC Defensive Player of the Week accolades twice this season. 

Damon Gresham Chisholm led the MEAC and ranks fourth in the nation in tackles for loss with 18.0 for 71 yards.  He ranked fifth on the team in total tackles with 41 and added five sacks, nine quarterback hurries, three forced fumbles and three recovered fumbles.  The Lumberton, New Jersey native earned Rookie of the Week accolades once this season. 

Terrance Hackney aided a dominating Wildcat offense that accounted for 4,235 yards of total offense including 2,722 yards on the ground.  Behind Hackney's blocking output Bethune-Cookman finished first in the MEAC in scoring offense (30.8 ppg), rushing offense (237.5 avg/g), and total offense (385.0 avg/g).  Hackney earned the conference's Offensive Lineman of the Week honor once this season. 

2012 All-MEAC Football Honors

As voted on by the MEAC's Head Football Coaches and Sports Information Directors

Nick Elko, Delaware State
Offensive Player of the Year
Keith Pough, Howard
Defensive Player of the Year
Terrance Hackney, Bethune-Cookman
Offensive Lineman of the Year
Damon Gresham Chisholm, Howard
Rookie of the Year
Brian Jenkins, Bethune-Cookman
Coach of the Year

2012 All-MEAC FIRST TEAM

Offense

Pos              Name                                           CL               School                                         Hometown              

QB

Nick Elko

r-Sr.

Delaware State

Odenton, Md.

RB

Isidore Jackson

r-Jr.

Bethune-Cookman

Mossy Head, Fla.

RB

Jeremiah Schwartz

Sr.

Hampton

Orlando, Fla.

TE

Joseph Hawkins

Jr.

Norfolk State

Chicago, Ill.

WR

Tarvis Tarpley

r-Jr.

Delaware State

Danville, Va.

WR *

Justin Wilson

r-Jr.

Delaware State

Windsor, Conn.

WR*

Travis Harvey

r-Sr.

Florida A&M

Inglewood, Calif.

OL

Terrance Hackney

So.

Bethune-Cookman

Chapel Hill, N.C.

OL

William  Robinson

r-So.

North Carolina A&T

Clinton, Md.

OL

Joshua Matthews

So.

Howard

Bowman, S.C.

OL

Nail Muradymov

r-Jr.

Delaware State

Burtonsville, Md.

C

Eugene Solomon

Sr.

Bethune-Cookman

Savannah, Ga.

Defense

 

 

 

 

DL

LeBrandon Richardson

So.

Bethune-Cookman

Miami, Fla.

DL

Lynden Trail

r-So.

Norfolk State

Miami, Fla.

DL

Stephen Young

Sr.

North Carolina Central

Woodbridge, Va.

DL

Damon Gresham Chisholm

Fr.

Howard

Decatur, Ga.

LB

Keith Pough

r-Sr.

Howard

Orangeburg, S.C.

LB

Jarkevis Fields

Jr.

Bethune-Cookman

Sanford, Fla.

LB

Ernest Adjei

Sr.

Delaware State

Woodbridge, Va.

DB

Nick Addison

So.

Bethune-Cookman

Riverview, Fla.

DB

Davon Moore

So.

Delaware State

Mt. Vernon, N.Y.

DB

D'Vonte Graham

Jr.

North Carolina A&T

Tallahassee, Fla.

DB

Julien David

Jr.

Howard

Coral Springs, Fla.

P

Dylan Shaddix

Jr.

Norfolk State

McDonough, Ga.

P/K

Chase Varnadore

r-So.

Florida A&M

Tallahassee, Fla.

Ret

Arthur Goforth

Sr.

North Carolina Central

Columbia, S.C.

.

2012 All-MEAC SECOND TEAM

Offense

Pos              Name                                           CL               School                                         Hometown              

QB

Damien Fleming

So.

Florida A&M

Jacksonville, Fla.

RB

Mike Mayhew

Sr.

North Carolina A&T

Charlotte, N.C.

RB

Travis Davidson

Sr.

Morgan State

Redford, Mich.

TE

David Wilson

Fr.

Howard

Sacramento, Calif.

WR

Xavier Boyce

r-Sr.

Norfolk State

Virginia Beach, Va.

WR

Lennel Elmore

r-Sr.

South Carolina State

Allendale, S.C.

OL

Brandon Cunningham

Jr.

Delaware State

Lumberton, N.J.

OL

Charles Goodwin

r-Jr.

North Carolina Central

High Point, N.C.

OL*

Lavon McCoy

Sr.

Bethune-Cookman

Compton, Calif.

OL *

Davin Morris

Sr.

Howard

Houston,Texas

OL*

Tristen Bellamy

r-Jr.

South Carolina State

Johnston, S.C.

C

Bradley Bush Johnson

r-So.

Howard

Charlotte, N.C.

 

 

 

 

 

Defense

 

 

 

 

DL

Xavier Proctor

r-Sr.

North Carolina Central

Ellicott City, Md.

DL

Chris Neal

Sr.

North Carolina A&T

Greensboro, N.C.

DL

Harold Love III

Sr.

Bethune-Cookman

Portland, Ore.

DL*

Rodney Gunter

Fr.

Delaware State

Haines, Fla.

DL*

Padric Scott

r-Sr.

Florida A&M

Tallahassee, Fla.

LB

Brandon Hepburn

Sr.

Florida A&M

Pomona, N.Y.

LB

Elandon Roberts

Fr.

Morgan State

Port Arthur, Texas

LB

D'Vonte Grant

Jr.

North Carolina A&T

Charlotte, N.C.

DB

Terrick Colston

So.

Delaware State

Lakeland, Fla.

DB

Joseph Rankin

Jr.

Morgan State

Germantown, Md.

DB

Travis Crosby

Jr.

North Carolina A&T

Charlotte,  N.C.

DB

DJ Howard

r-Jr.

Bethune-Cookman

Daytona Beach, Fla.

P

Jordan Stovall

Sr.

Hampton

Elgin, S.C.

P/K

Everett Goldberg

Sr.

Norfolk State

Mesa Ridge, Colo.

Ret

James Owens

r-Sr.

Florida A&M

Apopka, Fla.

 

*indicates tie

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