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FRISCO BOWL – ALL-TIME TEAM

 

 OFFENSE

QB – Jordan Love, Utah State – 317 Yards, 3 TD

QB – Dustin Crum, Kent State – 289 Yards Passing, 2 TD, and 147 Yards Rushing, 1 TD

RB – A.J. Ouellette, Ohio – 164 yards rushing

RB – Juwan Washington, SDSU – 129 yards rushing

OL – Joe Anderson, Ohio

OL – Joe Lowery, Ohio

OL – Ethan Reed, LA Tech

WR – Siaosi Mariner, Utah State – 7 rec, 113 yards, 2 TD

WR – Teddy Veal, LA Tech – 5 rec, 118 yards, 2 TD

WR – Isaiah McKoy, Kent State – 6 rec, 103 yards, 1 TD

TE – Parker Houston, SDSU – 2 rec, 15 yards


DEFENSE

DE – Elijah Shelton, Utah State – 10 tackles, 3 solo tackles

DT – Jordan Bradford, LA Tech – 4 solo tackles

DT – Anthony Luke, SDSU – 3 tackles

NT – Pono Davis, SMU – 2 solo tackles

LB – Evan Croutch, Ohio – 11 tackles, 5 solo, 1.5 sacks

LB – Mandela Lawrence-Burke, Kent State – 10 tackles

CB – Amik Robertson, LA Tech – 1 INT

CB – Parker Baldwin, SDSU – 9 tackles, 5 solo

CB – Keith Sherald Jr, Kent State – 10 tackles, 4 solo

S – Troy Lefeged Jr.,  Utah State – 14 tackles,  6 solo

S – Shaq Bond, Utah State – 8 tackles, 5 solo


SPECIAL TEAMS

K – Matthew TrickettKent State – 5 of 5 FG, 4/4 PAT, 19 pts
P – 
Jamie Sackville, SMU – 6 punts, 236 yards, 45 long


MOST IMPACTFUL HEAD COACH

Skip Holtz – Louisiana Tech – winner of the inaugural Frisco Bowl 51-10