1. Bradley Miller
Wide Receiver Bradley Miller was one of the few bright spots offensively for the Bobcats on Saturday.
Miller led the Bobcat receiving corps with 52 yards on a game-high seven receptions.
On the season, Miller has now recorded 23 receptions for 294 yards. That's good enough for a 26.7 yards per reception average, which leads the Bobcats.
2. Colby Targun
Safety Colby Targun led the Bobcat secondary on Saturday. Targun recorded 6 tackles for the night (4 solos and 2 assists).
Targun also recorded two tackles for a loss and added one pass break up.
Targun is one of the top 5 defensive players on the Bobcat defense with 39 total tackles on the season.
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