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10/9/2012 9:20 PM
Once I get 4 seasons in at Lycoming, I'll come on over....
10/9/2012 11:55 PM
Thanks trevnasty! You were a hard team to game plan for. I have no doubt you'll always have quality teams, whether you at Lycoming or if you come on over to the ASC...  haha
10/10/2012 12:33 AM (edited)
End of Season 78 Player Awards and Special Recognitions

D-III 1st Team All-Americans
     ·         QB Edward Keys – Austin
     ·         WR Robert Gutierrez – Austin
     ·         TE Roger Riley – Austin
     ·         P Melvin Howard – Austin

D-III 2nd Team All-Americans
     ·         WR Mark Thomas – Austin


D-III 3rd Team All-Americans
     ·         DB Charles Michael – Austin


D-III Honorable Mention All-Americans
     ·         RB Kevin Smith – Mary Hardin-Baylor
     ·         WR Curtis Boyd – Austin
     ·         WR Donald Caldwell – Austin
     ·         DB Gordon Hill - Austin
 
QB Edward Keys - Austin
     ·         6th All-Time Single Season Passing Yards (10,339)
     ·         5th All-Time Single Season Passing TDs (123)
     ·         Eclipsed 200 Career Passing TDs (234)
     ·         D-III Heisman Winner (Player of the Year)
     ·         D-III Walter Camp Award Winner (Offensive Player of the Year

WR Robert Gutierrez -Austin
     ·         Tied 7th All-Time Single Season Receptions (182)

WR Mark Thomas - Austin
     ·         11th All-Time Single Season Receiving TDs (30)

Austin

     ·         Four (4) 100+ Reception WRs (Gutierrez, Boyd, Caldwell, Thomas)
     ·         Individual League Leaders in Passing YDs, TDs, Receptions, Rec TDs, Tackles, Sacks, INTs, PDs
     ·         1st in Points Per Game For (60.0)
     ·         1st in Passing Yards (586.3)
     ·         1st in Total Yards (591.6)
     ·         1st in Defensive Interceptions (52)
     ·         5th in Team Defensive Sacks (43)
     ·         25th in Points Per Game Against (14.6)

Texas Lutheran

     ·         7th in Points Per Game Against (10.6)
     ·         3rd in Sacks Allowed (9)
     ·         21st in Points Per Game For (32.3)
     ·         12th in Defense, Avg. Yards Allowed (261.0)
     ·         16th In Total Offensive Yards Per Game (443.8)
     ·         2nd In Rushing Yards Per Game For (257.5)
     ·         1st In Rushing Yard Average (5.8)

East Texas Baptist

     ·         24th in Avg. Points For (31.3)
     ·         21st in Avg. Offense Yards (424.3)
     ·         19th in Avg. Passing Yards (263.9)
     ·         19th in Total Interceptions (25)
     ·         T-21st Total Sacks (33)
     ·         10th in Rushing Defense (89.6)

Mary Hardin-Baylor

     ·         10th in Avg. Rushing Yards (207.0)
     ·         T-14th in Avg. Yards Per Rush (4.8)
     ·         T-7th in Fewest Thrown Interceptions (6)
11/11/2012 2:44 PM (edited)

***Special Announcement***
Stay tuned for
 end of the season stats along with the special recognitions.

Also, look for the American Southwest Conference All-Decade (70s) Team

Both to be posted at season's end

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Season 79

 *As of Playoff 2nd Round*

 

Highlights of the American Southwest Conference (ASC) 
  • GUESS Full Roster Preseason Ranking: 10th**
  • GUESS Recruit Class Ranking: 18th**
  • WIS Conference Ranking: 1st
  • D-III Playoff Teams: 3 Bids
  • Total Coaches in ASC: 7 (5 North, 2 South)**
**Thanks to inactives....again  (jdawg2201) (wsmith)
With them removed, those rankings go up to 1st and 3rd

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Season Reviews


Austin
The Kangaroos again had another strong year. Powering through non-conference play, Austin won their 5 non-conference games by an average score of 64-8. Their first real challenge came against East Texas Baptist, where they eked out and hard fought win 24-23. Austin and East Texas Baptist were able to rematch in the Conference Final for the second year in a row and after going up 14-3 by halftime, it was looking like Austin would secure another ASC Title, but ETB had an other idea. ETB was able to storm back and win in Double OT 30-27. Austin had remained near the top of the rankings throughout the year, and even though the lost to then #5 ETB, Austin has entered the playoffs as the #1 seed of the East Bracket. Currently, Austin has advanced to the 2nd round.
Grade: A+


East Texas Baptist
If there's a team in D-III to look up to, it has to be East Texas Baptist. Year after year, ETB schedules incredibly challenging non-conference games and always dominates. This year, ETB beat their opponents in non-con games by an average score of 40.5 to 8. In conference play, ETB lost a close battle to Austin early on, but made the necessary changes and was able to capture their 2nd Conference Championship in OT after being down 14-3 at halftime. Unfortunately, ETB was robbed of a well deserved #1 seed and was placed in perhaps the hardest division in this years D-III playoffs. While ETB may have been upset in this years' playoffs, they have nothing to hang their heads about and we look forward to seeing their continued progress.
Grade: A+



Hardin-Simmons
Refer to Season 78. Inactive again, just ruining what was once a good team.
Grade: F -
 

Texas Lutheran
Texas Lutheran learned from previous seasons and was able to schedule tough non-conference games. Thus, Texas Lutheran was finally able to grab an at-large bid to the playoffs this year, but again, and unfortunate SIM loss hurt their possible seeding. They entered the playoffs as a 7 seed and faced stiff competition in undefeated Washington (MO). Still, a fantastic season which saw their team high up in team rankings
Grade: A-

Howard Payne
What a fantastic year. Coach david4211 is a testament on how a good coach can turn a team around in just a year. Howard Payne, after going 5-8 last season with many close games, finished the year at 10-3 and just missed out on a playoff bid. I'm sure he'd like to have that early SIM loss to Carnegie Mellon back, but what a great year. Howard Payne seems to be just on the cusp of doing big things and is going to be a team to watch for in season 80.
Grade: A+


Mary Hardin-Baylor
Unfortunately, it seems as Coach wsmith missed out completely on recruiting. We hope he hasn't gone inactive. Started the season great, going 5-0 in non-conference play, but was quickly overwhelmed in conference play.
Grade: C-

McMurry
First year coach swany623 faced a bit of an uphill battle during the season. But like fellow coach, wsmith, McMurry did phenomenal in non-conference play, going 4-1. Conference play was challenging for the team however, but McMurry was competitive in all their games. In 4 of their losses, the lost by 9 points or less (9,1,8,4) and they did only lose their games by an average of under 12 points, definitely something that can be improved upon in coming seasons. Coach swany623 looks to be a great addition to the ASC and once he starts getting the small nuances of the game down, look out for McMurry to be a strong challenger from the North.
Grade: B

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Offensive Player of the Year
QB Edward Keys - Austin

Defensive Player of the Year
DL Peter Hurd - Austin

Coach of the Year
david4211 - Howard Payne

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FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICANS


Offense

QB - Edward Keys - Austin: 721/1105 - 65.2% - 9921 YDS - 124 TD 15 INT
RB - Tony Taylor - East Texas Baptist: 385 - 2188 YDS - 5.7 AVG - 22 TD
RB - Tim Nash - Mary Hardin-Baylor: 322 - 1709 YDS - 5.3 AVG - 11 TD
WR - Donald Caldwell - Austin150 - 1827 YDS - 12.4 AVG - 24 TD
WR - Jimmy Riley - Austin: 123 - 2200 YDS - 17.9 AVG - 21 TD
TE - Howard Villarreal - Texas Lutheran82 - 709 YDS - 8.6 AVG - 8 TD
OL - Leroy Bowman - East Texas Baptist
OL - Douglas Cisneros - Austin
OL - Jeremy Meyer - East Texas Baptist
OL - Louis Montgomery - Austin
OL - John Figueroa - Texas Lutheran
K - Robert Frederick - East Texas Baptist: 24/27 FG - 88.9% - 47 LONG - 66/67 XP - 98.5%


Defense
DL - Peter Hurd - Austin: 120 TKL - 17 SACKS - 2 FF
DL - John Baca - Austin: 
101 TKL - 11  SACKS - 3 FF
DL -
William Parker - East Texas Baptist: 83 TKL - 12 SACKS - 3 FF
DL - James Pryor - Austin: 
65 TKL - 10 SACK - 0 FF 
LB - Nicholas Phillips - East Texas Baptist: 
74 TKL - 0 SACKS - 3 INT - 12 PD - 5 FF
LB - Richard Crowley - Austin: 
84 TKL - 7 SACKS - 3 INT - 9 PD - 1 FF
LB - Ernest Brown - Austin: 
70 TKL - 0 SACKS - 4 INT - 14 PD - 2 FF
DB - Richard Web - East Texas Baptist: 
34 TKL - 11 INT - 11 PD - 0 FF
DB - Charles Michael - Austin: 48 TKL - 12 INT - 20 PD - 0 FF
DB - Michael Montgomery - Austin: 
51 TKL - 8 INT - 17 PD - 3 FF
DB - Michael Johnson - Austin: 
35 TKL - 8 INT - 19 PD - 2 FF
P - Larry Parsons - McMurry: 
82 P - 44.4 AVG - 56 LONG - 10 TB - 20 (INSIDE 20)



SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

Offense

QB - Robert Anderson - Howard Payne
RB - Williams Graves - Texas Lutheran
RB - Christopher Smith - Howard Payne
WR - Mike Johnson - Austin
WR - Curtis Boyd - Austin
TE - Wayne McKee - Mary Hardin-Baylor
OL - Anthony Guzman - Mary Hardin-Baylor
OL - Zachary Peterson - East Texas Baptist
OL - Richard Wagner - Louisiana
OL - John Davis - California Lutheran
OL - Carlos Campbell - Howard Payne
K - James Bryan - McMurry


Defense
DL - Darryl Cornell - Louisiana
DL - John Lewis - Texas Lutheran
DL - Matthew Rodriguez - Howard Payne
DL - Joseph Ford - East Texas Baptist
LB - Mark Shelton - Mississippi
LB - David Carter - East Texas Baptist
LB - Bruce Mendoza - Sul Ross State
DB - Brian Hinton - East Texas Baptist
DB - Mark Cowell - McMurry
DB - Gordon Hill - Austin
DB - John Bailey - Texas Lutheran
P - Glen Green - Austin


Honorable Mentions
QB - Joshua Holland - East Texas Baptist
RB - Paul Leach - McMurry
WR - Christopher Gonzales - East Texas Baptist
TE - Joseph Cunningham
OL - Michael Fulton - Mississippi
K - Franklin Barnes - Howard Payne

DL - Mark Clark - East Texas Baptist
LB - Nathan Fischer - McMurry
DB - Robert Zimmerman - McMurry
P - Patrick Malone - Mississippi
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11/14/2012 12:52 PM
Cool stuff, yet again.
11/14/2012 2:57 PM
Thanks trevnasty! And just letting you know, there's always room for you in the ASC haha
11/14/2012 7:02 PM
I'll be there in 3 seasons.....
11/14/2012 9:54 PM
Haha alright trevnasty, sounds good!
11/14/2012 10:12 PM (edited)
End of Season 79 Player Awards and Special Recognitions
 
D-III 1st Team All-Americans
     QB Edward Keys – Austin
     WR Donald Caldwell - Austin
     DL Peter Hurd – Austin
     DB Charles Michael – Austin
 
 
D-III 2nd Team All-Americans
     WR Jimmy Riley – Austin
     LB Richard Crowley – Austin
 
 
D-III 3rd Team All-Americans
     TE Howard Villarreal - Austin
 
 
 D-III Honorable Mention All-Americans
     RB Tony Taylor - East Texas Baptist
     WR Curtis Boyd – Austin
     DB Michael Montgomery - Austin
     DB Gordon Hill - Austin
 
QB Edward Keys - Austin
     4th All-Time Single Season Passing Yards (11,082)
     4th All-Time Single Season Passing TDs (131)
     Eclipsed 30,000 Career Passing Yards (30,491)
     Eclipsed 350 Career Passing TDs (365)
     D-III Heisman Winner (Player of the Year) *(2 Time Winner)*
     D-III Walter Camp Award Winner (Offensive Player of the Year *(2 Time Winner)*
 
WR Donald Caldwell -Austin
     7th All-Time Single Season Receptions (183)
 
DL Peter Hurd - Austin
     D-III Bronko Nagurski Award (National Defensive Player of the Year)
 
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Austin


     Four (4) 100+ Reception Receivers (Boyd, Caldwell, Riley, Villarreal (TE))
     Individual/Tied/Among League Leaders in Passing YDs, TDs, Receptions, Rec TDs, Tackles, Sacks, INTs, PDs
     1st in Points Per Game For (57.7)
     1st in Passing Offense (585.5)
     1st in Total Offensive Yards (617.2)
     1st in Defensive Interceptions (57)
     1st in Team Defensive Sacks (58)
     T-11th in Points Per Game Against (13.4)
     1st in Pass Avg. Allowed (9.2)
     14th in Rush Defense (88.9)
     T-6th in Rush Avg. Allowed (2.7)
 
Texas Lutheran
 
     13th In Rushing Yards Per Game (201.1)
     T-13th Rushing Avg. Per Attempt (4.7)
     19th in Points Per Game Against (14.6)
     T-10th Pass Avg. Allowed (9.9)
     25th in Defense, Avg. Yards Allowed (290.4)
 

East Texas Baptist
     
     T-14th in Avg. Points For (36.4)
     16th in Avg. Offense Yards (441.5)
     T-11th in Avg. Rushing Yards (203.4)
     T-7th in Avg. Rush Per Attempt (5.1) 
     T-6th in Total Interceptions (36)
     T-10th Total Forced Fumbles (26)
     10th in Rushing Defense (89.6)
     2nd in Points Per Game Against (10.1)
     6th in Total Defense Yards Allowed (259.6)
     T-5th Pass Average Against (9.7)
     7th in Rush Yards Per Game Against (76.6)
     T-9th Rush Per Attempt Avg. Against (2.8)
     T-7th in Sacks Allowed (13)
 
 
Mary Hardin-Baylor
     
     16th in Avg. Rushing Yards (195.8)
     18th in Total Sacks (34)
     T-7th in Fewest Thrown Interceptions (6)
     T-15th in Sacks Allowed (14)
 
 
Howard Payne
          
     23rd in Passing Offense (263.4)
     19th in Rushing Defense (96.3)
     T-23rd in Sacks Allowed (15)


McMurry
          
     T-10th in Passing Defense (170.4)
 
11/21/2012 7:27 PM
Trying to schedule non-conf game 1 and 2....let me know if anyone interested
11/23/2012 2:19 PM
Just got your request Trev.  I've been out for the Thanksgiving holidays.  I'll try you back for a different week.
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