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Herbert leads ratings with long TD run

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Kansas running back Khalil Herbert (10) gets around the Memphis line for a touchdown during the second quarter on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016 at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tenn.

Kansas running back Khalil Herbert (10) gets around the Memphis line for a touchdown during the second quarter on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016 at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tenn. by Nick Krug

1. Khalil Herbert – His first reception out of the backfield went for 35 yards. He followed that a while later with a 66-yard touchdown run down the left sideline, showing serious speed.

2. Dorance Armstrong – As fast as advertised, Armstrong had an active first half. Two of his three tackles for loss were sacks.

3. Damani Mosby – Made an impact early with sack, forced fumble and quarterback hurry.

4. Marcquis Roberts – He broke up a pass and had five tackles, four solo, two behind the line of scrimmage.

5. Ke'aun Kinner – Blocks were in short supply and he still managed to rush for 49 yards on 12 carries. He also gained 30 yards on two receptions.

6. LaQuvionte Gonzalez – Ball doesn’t have to be thrown right to him for him to come away with a catch. He went up high for one of his six catches that totaled 44 yards.

7. Courtney Arnick – Joe Dineen was lost for the game with a leg injury on the first series of the day and Arnick subbed with four tackles.

8. Isiah Bean – Fast, undersized true freshman defensive end picked up a tackle behind the line of scrimmage.

9. Osaze Ogbebor – Linebacker totaled four solo tackles.

10. Cole Moos – Averaged 46 yards on seven punts.

Season standings

  1. LaQuvionte Gonzalez – 20
  2. Steven Sims Jr. – 20
  3. Daniel Wise – 18
  4. Marcquis Roberts - 13
  5. Montell Cozart – 12
  6. Khalil Herbert - 10
  7. Damani Mosby – 10
  8. Bazie Bates IV – 10
  9. Courtney Arnick – 9
  10. Dorance Armstrong - 9
  11. Ke'aun Kinner - 6
  12. Ryan Willis – 6
  13. Joe Dineen Jr. - 5
  14. Tyler Patrick – 4
  15. Fish Smithson - 3
  16. Isiah Bean - 3
  17. Osaze Ogebor - 2
  18. Tevin Shaw - 2
  19. Chevy Graham – 1
  20. Matthew Wyman - 1
  21. Cole Moos - 1

Comments

David Kemp 9 months, 1 week ago

When your punter makes the ratings you got a big problem.

Doug Cramer 9 months, 1 week ago

Beaty is losing pocket change quickly with his decision to play Cozart.

Larry Ewart 9 months, 1 week ago

This season could spell doom for AD Zenger. If HCDB does not show any improvement than Z cannot be allowed to hire another fb coach. Two failures usually gets you fired.

Richard Duran 9 months, 1 week ago

Burn in hell Charlie Weiss. if you could recruit our best QB wouldn't be Montel Cozart.

Matt Schierlman 9 months, 1 week ago

Keegan Brewer was quite possibly our best receiver today. Made a couple of difficult catches in coverage, wasn't force fed, and blocked well. While 4 catches for 36 yards is a modest stat line, he had significantly fewer opportunities than Quiv and nearly matched his production.

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