Forgotten 5’s Week 12 Statistical Leaders

This week was the first real weekend of rough weather with many northern teams playing in the snow. As a result, many of the passing numbers dropped with only eight players passing for 300 or more. The run games were dominant with Tulsa backs D’Angelo Brewer and James Flanders both breaking the 160 yard mark.

SMU wide receiver Courtland Sutton is making his case as the next great G5 receiver with 252 yards on a 13 catches. He is a very talented sophomore. Congratulations should be given to Marcus Cox on becoming the all-time leading rusher for Appalachian State.

In addition, Zay Jones’ 12 catches broke the all-time receptions record and WMU’s Corey Davis broke school records in the Broncos’ 38-0 win over Buffalo along with Zach Terrell breaking the school passing record. Davis is on pace to break the receiving record versus Toledo.

Passing:

  • Zach Terrell, WMU: 445/4TD
  • David Washington, ODU: 416/5TD
  • Ben Hicks, SMU: 380/2TD
  • Kenny Potter, SJSU: 340/2TD
  • Phillip Walker, Temple: 337/2TD
  • Logan Woodside, Toledo: 325/3TD
  • Conner Manning, Georgia State: 318/2TD
  • Chase Litton, Marshall: 301/2TD
  • Andrew Ford, UMass: 288/1TD
  • Josh Allen, Wyoming: 282/2TD

Rushing:

  • Arion Worthman, Air Force: 28/215/2TD
  • Jeremy McNichols, Boise State: 31/206/4TD
  • Jordan Huff, NIU: 23/173/3TD
  • Ian Eriksen, EMU: 30/171/2TD
  • Tonny Lindsey, Utah State: 21/168/1TD
  • D’Angelo Brewer, Tulsa: 25/167/2TD
  • James Flanders, Tulsa: 19/163/1TD
  • Will Worth, Navy: 28/159/4TD
  • Tyrone Owens, UNM: 12/157/1TD
  • Marcus Cox, App. State: 21/153/3TD

Receiving:

  • Courtland Sutton, SMU: 13/252/2TD
  • Zay Jones, ECU: 12/212/2TD
  • Zach Pascal, ODU: 9/178/1TD
  • Corey Davis, WMU: 13/173/2TD
  • Ventell Bryant, Temple: 9/168/1TD
  • Turner Smiley, North Texas: 7/162/2TD
  • Deon-Tay McManus, Marshall: 10/151/1TD
  • Tim Crawley,SJSU: 11/147/0TD
  • Keith Rucker, Georgia State: 8/145/0TD
  • Kalib Woods, FAU: 7/120/0TD

Tackles: (14 or more)

  • Nick Cuthbert, Kent State: 18
  • Ray Tillman, ECU: 18
  • Alvin Jones, UTEP: 16
  • Ishmael Hargrove, Buffalo: 15
  • Kevin Bourne, Kent State: 14
  • Juantez McRae, Kent State: 14
  • Sean Wiggins, Ball State: 14
  • Alex Schwab, NIU: 14
  • Steven Taylor, Houston: 14
  • Auggie Sanchez, USF: 14
  • Christian Tago, SJUS: 14
  • Frank Ginda, SJSU: 14

Tackles for loss: (3 or more)

  • Aaron Taylor, Ball State: 5.0
  • Matt Linscott, Tulsa: 4.0
  • James Nachtigal, Army: 3.5
  • Tanzel Smart, Tulane: 3.5
  • Ed Oliver, Houston: 3.0
  • Joe Ostman, CMU: 3.0
  • William Floyd, Troy: 3.0
  • Keion Adams, WMU: 3.0
  • Dalton Rocha, NMSU: 3.0
  • Jahlani Tavai, Hawaii: 3.0
  • Finess Middleton, USA: 3.0

Sacks: (2 or more)

  • Steven Taylor, Houston: 2.5
  • Joe Ostman, CMU: 2.0
  • Ed Oliver, Houston: 2.0
  • James Nachtigal, Army: 2.0
  • Steven Rhodes, MTSU: 2.0
  • Dalton Rocha, NMSU: 2.0

Interceptions: (2 or more)

  • Jamal Parker, Kent State: 2
  • Justin Clifton, Arkansas State: 2
  • Shamad Lomax, NMSU: 2
  • Nate Brooks, North Texas: 2
  • Rodney Allen, Marshall: 2
  • Deatrick Nichols, USF: 2
  • Weston Steelhammer, Air Force: 2

Field Goals: (perfect with 2+ attempts)

  • Jameson West, Toledo: 3/3, long of 49
  • Dominik Eberle, Utah State: 3/3, long of 43
  • Parker Davidson, NMSU: 3/3, long of 41
  • Brian Eavey, CMU: 2/2, long of 40
  • Louie Zervos, Ohio: 2/2, long of 34
  • Morgan Hagee, Ball State: 2/2, long of 37
  • Ty Cummings, Houston: 2/2, long of 46
  • Jake Elliott, Memphis: 2/2, long of 37
  • John Baron II, SDSU: 2/2, long of 31
  • Cooper Rothe, Wyoming: 2/2, long of 34
  • Trevor Moore, North Texas: 2/2, long of 39
  • Josh Williams, SMU: 2/2, long of 24
  • Matthew Wright, UCF: 2/2, long of 48
  • Luke Strebel, Air Force: 2/2, long of 24

Punting: (4 or more attempts)

  • Corey Bojorquez, UNM: 50.5
  • Peyton Theisler, NMSU: 49.2
  • Yannis Routsas, UTSA: 48.8
  • Tanner Blian, SDSU: 48.2
  • Jack Sheldon, CMU: 46.0
  • Spencer Smith, Memphis: 45.8
  • Brandon McKee, USA: 45.6
  • Kyle Schmidt, Ball State: 45.2
  • Michael Farkas, Ohio: 44.2
  • Dalton Parks, Tulsa: 43.5

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