Wake Forest running back Micah Andrews rushed for 254 yards on 34
carries in Thursday's 24-20 loss to Vanderbilt, turning in the
second-best single-game performance by a running back in school
history. The sophomore from Duluth, Ga., was making just his second
career start, and became just the eighth player in school history to
rush for more than 200 yards. Andrews finished with an average of 7.5
yards per carry and had 278 all-purpose yards.
Georgia Tech tackle Brad Honeycutt was the Yellow Jackets' top
lineman in their 23-14 victory over No. 16 Auburn on Saturday. The
senior from Mesquite, Texas, recorded 14 knockdown blocks in his
first game at tackle after playing at guard for the last two seasons,
including several key blocks to help pave the way for P.J. Daniels to
rush for 111 yards against one of the nation's strongest defenses.
Florida State defensive end Kamerion Wimbley and Maryland linebacker
D'Qwell Jackson share defensive line honors in the first week of the
season. Wimbley, a senior from Wichita, Kan., had five tackles,
including four solo stops, in the Seminoles' 10-7 win over No. 9
Miami on Monday. Credited with eight quarterback hurries, Wimbley
recorded two of FSU's nine sacks and was part of a defensive unit
that forced three turnovers and limited the Hurricanes to just 25
percent on third down conversions (4-for-16). Jackson, a senior from
Largo, Fla., tied his career high with 18 tackles, including nine
solo stops, in Maryland's 23-20 win over Navy on Saturday. Jackson
had at least one tackle on each of Navy's 10 drives and made four
stops on third down to deny the Midshipmen of a first down. He also
added a sack on the day.
Virginia Tech strong safety Aaron Rouse accounted for all three of
the Hokies' forced turnovers in Virginia Tech's 20-16 road win over
NC State on Sunday. The Virginia Beach, Va., junior forced a fumble
and had two interceptions, including one on the final play of the
game to seal the win for the Hokies. Roose also added eight tackles
in his first start at the strong safety position.
Clemson place kicker Jad Dean became just the second player in ACC
history to go 6-for-6 in field goal attempts in a game on Saturday,
leading the Tigers to a 25-24 win over No. 17 Texas A&M. The
Greenwood, S.C., junior booted field goals of 44 and 42 yards, the
latter of which came with two seconds left on the game clock to give
Clemson the upset win. Dean set new school marks in field goals made
and kick scoring points (19) and has converted 11 straight field goal
attempts over the last two years.
Clemson running back James Davis rushed for 101 yards on 19 attempts
to lead the Tigers in rushing in their 25-24 upset of No. 17 Texas
A&M on Saturday. The Atlanta, Ga., native became the first Clemson
freshman in 60 years to post at least 100 yards in his collegiate
debut. Davis had eight carries for 33 yards on Clemson's final drive,
Dean, Davis Capture ACC Honors
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