"His numbers are unbelievable," said USF defensive coordinator Wally Burnham. "George is successful because of the way he practices every day. He prepares the right way and the results are showing."
The Bulls have only played three games this season, and Selvie amazingly still leads the nation in sacks with 8.5 and in tackles for a loss with 14.5. Selvie is 1.5 sacks away from the USF single season sack record (10) and 5.5 tackles for a loss away from the TFL record of 20.
Selvie had a record night in the season opener against Elon. Setting a new USF single game record with six tackles for a loss, and tied the USF record with four sacks in the same game. Selvie has had at least one sack in every game played this season.
Last season Selvie had a break out year as a freshman, being named a Sporting News Freshman All-American, and to the BIG EAST All-freshmen team, after finishing with 5.5 sacks and 15 TFL.
The Bulls are starting to rack up the records and awards this season. This is the second game in a row that a Bulls player was honored with a National Award.
Free safety Nate Allen was named the FWAA/Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week Sept. 8, after recording an interception, forced fumble and recovered fumble at No. 17 Auburn.
The BIG EAST Conference also named Nate Allen the Defensive Player of the Week, and QB Matt Grothe was named to the Honor Roll.
The Bulls were also named the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl National Team of the Week for the Auburn win.
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