College Football: Who was Texas State’s Defensive MVP in 2013?

Defense was the buzzword this year for the Texas State Bobcats.

There were several strong performances from individual players during the 2013 season, including an interception return for a touchdown (Justin Iwuji) and momentum-swinging forced fumbles (Craig Mager).

But what player should win Defensive MVP? Vote below!

Here is a list of candidates

S Justin Iwuji — 36 tackles (21 solo), 2 PBUs, 5 PDs, 3 INTs

CB Craig Mager — 49 tackles (40 solo), 9 PBUs, 9 PDs, 1 FF, 1 TD

S Aaron Matthews — 91 tackles (59 solo), 5 PBUs, 6 PDs, 1 INT

LB David Mayo — 89 tackles (63 solo), 4 PDs, 4 INTs, 4.5 TFL

LB Damion McMiller — 94 tackles (55 solo), 4.0 TFL, 1.5 Sacks, 2 QBH

LB Michael Orakpo — 71 tackles (45 solo), 10.0 TFL, 4.5 Sacks, 3 FF, 3 QBH

5 Comments

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5 responses to “College Football: Who was Texas State’s Defensive MVP in 2013?

  1. Andrew

    Mayo was a beast this year. Him and Orakpo will make a scary tandum next season. Hope they stay healthy.

  2. Chelsea

    Mayo’s stats say it all, and that’s with sitting out three games for an injury. He’s an animal. Can’t wait to watch next season.

  3. Justus Mayo

    Good season Mayo

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