College Sporting News National All-Stars, 10/17/2011
QBs Mike Brown of Liberty and Josh McGregor of Jacksonville, LB Frank Newsome of Central Arkansas, DE Marcus Hyde of William and Mary, and RB/RS Brock Jackolski of Stony Brook (pictured above respectively) have been selected as the CSN All-Stars for the week ending October 16, 2011 in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision.
Each of the honorees are listed here with their achievements and their school, position, height, weight, class and hometown.
Josh McGregor, Jacksonville, Quarterback, 6-2, 210, Sr., Royal Palm Beach, FL
McGregor threw for 346 yards and five touchdowns in a 50-14 win over Morehead State. The touchdowns give him 105 for his career, placing him eighth on the all-time FCS list for career touchdown passes. With his 346 passing yards, McGregor became the 28th quarterback in FCS history to surpass the 10,000-yard passing mark in his JU career as he now has 10,050. He started with a 45-yard score to tight end Quintin Davis on the third play of the game and ended his day in the fourth quarter with a 71 yard strike to Larry Thompson. In between he completed TD passes of 32, 2, and 38 yards to finish 19 of 30 passing on the day.
Mike Brown, Liberty, Quarterback, 6-0, 205, Sr., Charlottesville, VA
Brown was responsible for four touchdowns in the Flames’ 63-27 victory over ranked Coastal Carolina as he rushed for two scores and threw two TDs. He totaled 279 yards of offense after rushing 13 times for 61 yards (4.7 average) and going 13-of-17 passing for 218 yards and no interceptions to finish with a 223.01 passing efficiency. Brown opened the game’s scoring with a 5-yard run and added a 1-yard dash to give Liberty a 21-0 first quarter lead. He completed passes to eight different receivers, including a 32-yard scoring strike to Peter Gagliardi and a 50-yard touchdown pass to Pat Kelly. Brown converted four third downs (two rushes and two pass completions) and two fourth down plays himself, including his 1-yard scoring run on 4th-and-goal. With his 218 passing yards, Brown became the sixth quarterback in program history and the ninth in Big South history to surpass 5,000 career passing yards (5,072). Brown's two scores on the ground gave him 26 career rushing touchdowns, leaving him one shy of fifth place on Liberty's all-time career rushing touchdowns list (Kim Raynor - 27).
Frank Newsome, Central Arkansas, Linebacker, 6-2, 232, Sr., Petal, MS
In the Bears’ 21-18 victory over ranked McNeese State, Newsome returned a fumble a school-record 98 yards for a touchdown. He also intercepted a pass in UCA territory and led all players with 11 tackles, six solo, including one for a 6-yard loss. His 98-yard return broke a 44-year-old school record (94 yards) and his second-quarter interception was the second of his career and allowed the Bears to hold on to their 21-7 halftime lead.
Marcus Hyde, William and Mary, Defensive End, 6-3, 242, Sr., Manassas, VA
Hyde turned in a record-setting day for the Tribe defense totaling five sacks for a total of 32 yards in a 24-10 victory over ranked New Hampshire. He set the Tribe single-game record and marked the most single-game sacks in the CAA Football era. Hyde finished the day with nine tackles, six of which came behind the line of scrimmage, while also forcing a fumble and breaking up a pass. Hyde's halftime total of four sacks equaled the CAA Football-era single-game record last done by Richmond's Lawrence Sidbury against Montana in the 2008 National Championship game.
Brock Jackolski, Stony Brook, Runningback/Return Specialist, 5-10, 198, Sr., Shirley, NY
In addition to rushing for 96 yards and two touchdowns in a 55-6 win over St. Anselm, Jackolski returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown. It was the second time he has tallied a rushing TD and kickoff return score in the same game at Stony Brook. Jackolski also eclipsed 3,000 all-purpose yards as a Seawolf. He enters this week's game ranked third in FCS in all-purpose running (193.5 per game) and fourth in kickoff returns (31.88). Including two years at Hofstra, Jackolski has amassed 5,114 yards in 37 games (138.2).