Mid Major College Football Week 4: Rocks, Paper, Scissors

Rock:

Darren Fletcher, RB, Southern Miss- Last week he was outstanding and this week Fletcher didn't help his team. Aside from having 70 yards receiving, Fletcher only had 27 yards on the ground, averaging 2.7 yards per carry. The Golden Eagles lost by a touchdown and Fletcher was not able to find the end zone once during the game. He needs to score for Southern Miss to win games.

Paper:

Gary Patterson, TCU- Still undefeated after playing a decent ACC team in Clemson. Even trailing much of the game, the Horned Frogs kept it close and were able to come away with the win in the end. The defense had big stops throughout the game including stopping the Tiger three times on fourth down attempts.

Scissors:

Dan LeFevour, QB, Central Michigan- LeFevour completed 74% of his passes against Akron as CMU won easily 48-21. LeFevour threw for 197 yards, one interception, but had four touchdown passes. If you didn't think those stats were enough. Add to the mix that LeFevour also rushed for 140 yards and scored twice on the ground. So in total, he finished with 6 scores and over 300 yards of total offense.

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