For You Big-Time Stats Guys | Sun Belt Week 15

For You Big-Time Stats Guys | Sun Belt Week 15
December 5, 2013, 4:45 pm
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For all you passionate fans, you big-time stats guys, you BTSG's. Here are some notes, nuggets and tidbits of all things College Football. Impress your friends it's time to kickoff!


Jordan Chunn scored twice in Troy’s 42-28 victory over Texas State last week which made the Trojans’ bowl eligible for the sixth time in the last eight seasons. Chunn has 14 rushing touchdowns which is a Troy freshman record. He has at least one rushing touchdown in 11 of 12 games this season. But this stat is more about one of the seniors not the freshman. Quarterback Corey Robinson is now in select company, despite only throwing for 133 yards, a total that propelled him to over 3,000 for the season. The signal caller has thrown for over 3,000 in each of his four seasons. He is now one of five quarterbacks in NCAA history to accomplish this feat. He is one of two to accomplish it this season. Here are all five players.

  • Landry Jones (2009-12) Oklahoma
  • Dan Lefevour (2006-09) Central Michigan
  • Kellen Moore (2008-11) Boise State
  • Aaron Murray (2010-13) Georgia
  • Corey Robinson (2010-13) Troy


UL-Monroe defeated UL-Lafayette 31-28 and became bowl eligible for the second straight season. This was the first time ever UL-Monroe accomplished bowl eligibility in back-to-back seasons. It was also the first win for the Warhawks over the Ragin’ Cajuns since 2007 and UL-Lafayette’s first conference lost of the season. In the game, UL-Monroe trailed 14-0 early but fought back. One of the players that was a key was running back DeVontae McNeal who had a career-long 77-yard touchdown run to tie the score at 14. It was the fourth time this season that a UL-Monroe player had a 50-yard or more touchdown run.

  • DeVontae McNeal vs. UL-Lafayette: 77 yards
  • Centarius Donald vs. Georgia State: 69 yards
  • Jyruss Edwards vs. Grambling State: 61 yards
  • Nathan Meadors vs. Grambling State: 50 yards


Antonio Andrews, like always, did a little bit of everything in the win over Arkansas State. Andrews ran for 119 yards, caught four passes for 58 yards and returned a kick for 24 yards. His rushing total this season is now at 1,730 yards, which is two more than the school record he set last season. Also this season he has totaled 2,619 all-purpose yards. Last season he had 3,161 all-purpose yards. His last two seasons of 5,780 is the most in any two-season period breaking former Missouri wide receiver Jeremy Maclin’s record. Here is a breakdown of the two players’ combined stats.

Andrews (2012-13)

  • Rushing Yards: 3,458
  • Receiving Yards: 910
  • Punt Ret Yards: 331
  • Kickoff Ret Yards: 1,081
  • Total: 5,780

Maclin (2007-08)

  • Rushing Yards : 668
  • Receiving Yards: 2,315
  • Punt Ret Yards: 577
  • Kickoff Ret Yards: 2,049
  • Total: 5,609

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