Defensive players absent from Keegans for second straight week
1. Darrian Miller: Slippery back is so difficult to bring down. He rushed for two touchdowns and averaged 4.8 yards on 11 carries. Doesn’t need much of an opening to make things happen.
2. Tim Biere: Has a knack for getting open, which gives the quarterback a nice dump-off option.
3. Jordan Webb: Missed an open receiver now and then but delivered several bullets on the money and still hasn’t thrown an interception.
4. Jeff Spikes: Did a nice job of protecting Webb’s blind side.
5. Jeremiah Hatch: Senior will be missed next year.
6. Tanner Hawkinson: Pass-protection appeared solid.
7. D.J. Beshears: Had five catches for 42 yards, but didn’t have a big day returning kicks.
8. Andrew Turzilli: Playing late in the fourth quarter, red-shirt freshman made first catch of his career and didn’t stop there. Finished with three receptions for 37 yards and a touchdown.
9. Marquis Jackson: True freshman made his debut and had two early catches for 22 yards.
10. Ron Doherty: Averaged 47.1 yards on seven punts.
The Keegan Ratings: Season Standings
1. Jordan Webb (21 points)
2. Darrian Miller (19 points)
3. Tim Biere (15 points)
T4. James Sims (14 points)
T4. D.J. Beshears (14 points)
T6. JaCorey Shepherd (10 points)
T6. Tony Pierson (10 points)
T8. Steven Johnson (9 points)
T8. Jeremiah Hatch (9 points)
10. Toben Opurum (8 points)
T11. Jeff Spikes (7 points)
T11. Kale Pick (7 points)
T11. Tanner Hawkinson (7 points)
14. Duane Zlatnik (5 points)
15. Andrew Turzilli (3 points)
T16. Tunde Bakare (2 points)
T16. Marquis Jackson (2 points)
T18. Daymond Patterson (1 point)
T18. Brandon Bourbon (1 point)
T18. Ron Doherty (1 point)