ATLANTA—The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announces the 2012 Football All-Conference team as voted by the SIAC Football Coaches Association.
Leading the 2012 All-Conference Team, is SIAC Player of the Year Derrick Washington of Tuskegee, who also was named SIAC Offensive Player of the Year. Fort Valley State’s LeRon Furr and Clark Atlanta’s Vauchard Goodridge was named SIAC Co-Defensive Player of the Year.
Washington, a senior from Raymore, MO, led
Final helmet stickers of 2012 and I've enjoyed them greatly and will bring them back if I make it back to the board for another year. I know there are a few teams that add stickers to their helmets for good play and I am wondering why I didn't send them out? It isnt a violation right? Not an improper benefit to be honored by a lowly D2 columnist right? Maybe I'll make then next year.
Offensive Helmet Stickers:
Jordan Ollis, RB, Brevard (31 car, 127yds,
Updated 11-15-2012 at 04:47 PM by Ryan Brown
Valdosta State wide receiver Gerald Ford (52 catches for 836 yards with 12 touchdowns) was named the Gulf South Conference Offensive Player of the Year, while West Alabama linebacker Ridge Wilson (8.5 sacks, 18 tackles for loss) was named the conference's Defensive Player of the Year.
West Alabama head coach Will Hall was named the conference's Coach of the Year.
Wilson's honor is the second straight season he has been named the top defensive player in the conference, while
Northwest Missouri State running back Jordan Simmons broke his arm during a “freak accident” in practice on Tuesday and will miss the Bearcats’ first-round playoff game against Harding, a source confirmed today.
Exactly how long Simmons will be unavailable for was not immediately clear. He underwent surgery Wednesday to put a plate in his arm.
Combined with junior James Franklin, Simmons, a senior from Kansas City, Mo., is part of one of the most dangerous backfields
Updated 11-14-2012 at 04:50 PM by Aaron Heintzelman
Here's a look at how Harding and Northwest Missouri match up, statistically speaking.
Harding: 56th, 403 yards per game
Northwest: 33rd 443.0 yards per game
Harding: 30th, 36.80 points a game
Northwest: 6th, 43.16 points a game
Harding: 5th. 322.20 yards a game
Northwest: 32nd, 195.73 yards a game