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Joe Dineen stands out in rout

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Kansas linebacker Joe Dineen, Jr., left, pursues West Virginia quarterback Skyler Howard (3) in the first-half against the Mountaineers Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015, at Memorial Stadium.

Kansas linebacker Joe Dineen, Jr., left, pursues West Virginia quarterback Skyler Howard (3) in the first-half against the Mountaineers Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015, at Memorial Stadium. by Mike Yoder

No. 1 - Joe Dineen: Never gets discouraged and never stops playing rugged football. Made 16 tackles, all solo, one for a loss. Added a pass breakup and a quarterback hurry.

No. 2 - Derrick Neal: Converted from receiver to cornerback in midseason, he showed nice skill for playing the ball and had two pass breakups in the end zone and an interception.

No. 3 - Michael Glatczak: Had his first career interception and returned it 15 yards. Also had six tackles.

No. 4 - Greg Allen: Had six tackles.

No. 5 - Ben Goodman: Had four tackles.

No. 6 - Marcquis Roberts: Had seven tackles.

No. 7 - Kent Taylor: Freed himself and caught the pass for KU’s longest play from scrimmage, a 27-yard gain.

No. 8 - Matthew Wyman: New to punting, Wyman spent a good portion of the half-time break working with special teams coach Gary Hyman on catching simulated snaps. Caught all snaps cleanly and averaged 40.6 yards on 12 punts. Has had no shortage game reps to refine his new skill.

No. 9 - Ryan Schadler: Showed sprinter’s speed in returning a kickoff 30 yards, a play that was one of the afternoon’s brighter flickers of hope for Kansas. Hyman was big-time fired up by it.

10 - Brandon Stewart: Blocked a field goal.

SEASON STANDINGS

Fish Smithson — 48

Joe Dineen — 40

Marcquis Roberts — 38

Ke’aun Kinner — 37

Tre’ Parmalee — 36

Steven Sims Jr. — 32

Ben Goodman — 32

Ryan Willis — 26

Kent Taylor — 24

Ryan Schadler — 23

Dorance Armstrong Jr. — 21

De’Andre Mann — 21

Tyler Patrick — 20

Montell Cozart — 18

Daniel Wise — 16

Derrick Neal — 16

Darious Crawley — 15

Tyrone Miller — 15

Tevin Shaw — 14

Damani Mosby — 13

Chevy Graham — 13

Jeremiah Booker — 12

Schyler Miles — 10

Greg Allen — 9

Michael Glatczak — 8

Matthew Wyman — 8

Corey King — 7

Shakiem Barbel — 7

Anthony Olobia — 6

Jordan Shelley-Smith — 6

Marnez Ogletree — 4

Beau Bell — 3

Courtney Arnick — 2

Nick Bartolotta — 2

Bobby Hartzog — 1

D.J. Williams — 1

Kyron Watson — 1

Osaze Ogbebor — 1

Brandon Stewart — 1

Comments

Richard Duran 4 years, 3 months ago

12PUNTS!?!?!?!?!? Up yours Charlie Weiss

Dirk Medema 4 years, 3 months ago

I think the last wr converted to DB is on an NFL roster, even if he is injured.

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