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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 11 months ago

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

Doug Cramer 11 months ago

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

Larry Ewart 11 months 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 11 months ago

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

Matt Schierlman 11 months 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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