College Football: Who was Texas State’s Offensive MVP?

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Here are the respective stats.

WR Isaiah Battle – 27 catches for 259 yards, 2 TDs

WR Andy Erickson – 27 catches for 273 yards, 0 TDs

QB Tyler Jones – 1,130 passing yards, 8 TDs, 5 INTs, 257 rushing yards

RB Robert Lowe – 164 carries for 945 yards, 9 TDs, 19 catches for 166 yards, 1 TD

TE Bradley Miller – 24 catches for 311 yards, 0 TD

RB Chris Nutall – 83 carries for 477 yards, 6 TDs

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One response to “College Football: Who was Texas State’s Offensive MVP?

  1. j

    It was hard to watch texas states play calling as they clearly did not distribute the ball to some of the best receivers in the state nearly enough.
    many believe they could have been a 8-4 team or better. The job of a OC is to put the ball in the hands of the best players and let them make plays. That did not happen and has not here at Tex ST. since Fran took control. A stable of great rbs is not enough to have winning seasons. YOU MUST MIX UP THE PASS/RUN TO WIN CONFERENCES !!

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