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Bryan Bennett - No. 3
Southeastern Louisiana Lions
Quarterback - Senior
6-3 / 215
2013 Season StatsPassing StatsRushing StatsGames
Wk. OpponentAtt.Comp.YardsTDINTCarriesYdsTDsAvgResults
1 vs. SE Missouri159169001210638.8W 45-7
2 at TCU2312132121813217.3L 38-17
3 at South Dakota St382732204197313.8L 34-26
4 at Samford6326003802.7W 34-31
6 vs. Incarnate Word3019267206110.2W 35-3
7 vs. Stephen F Austin201333740572114.4W 56-14
8 at Northwestern St211522200174622.7W 37-22
9 vs. Lamar221523721119508.6W 56-34
10 at McNeese State291415521188824.9W 41-7
11 at Central Arkansas1811202211714228.4W 58-31
12 vs. Sam Houston St281726830135103.9W 34-21
13 vs. Nicholls2516273201312019.2W 52-27
15 vs. Sam Houston St331928621198314.4W 30-29
16 vs. New Hampshire462526911122912.4L 20-17
   Totals:354215316521111831046165.711-3
QB Rating: 149.2
Player Background
*Finished eighth in the 2013 Walter Payton Award voting.
*Was the primary backup quarterback at the University of Oregon in 2011 and '12 before transferring to Southeastern Louisiana last year.
*In his first season with the Lions, he led them to the Southland Conference title, the FCS quarterfinals and a program-record 11 wins.
*A dual-threat who can overpower would-be tacklers, Bennett threw for over 3,000 yards (3,165) and rushed for over 1,000 (1,046) and was responsible for 37 total touchdowns as a junior. He ranked second in the Southland in total offense (300.8 yards per game) and first in rushing touchdowns (16).
*Became the first player from Southeastern to be named the Southland Conference Player of the Year.
*Hometown: Granada Hills, California
All About The Defense
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111 TT, 68 Solo,
7 TFL, 1 SK,
3 INT, 6 PBU, 2 TD
(12 games)
107 TT, 42 Solo,
3.5 TFL, 1.5 SK,
2 PBU, 1 QBH, 1 BLK
(11 games)
113 TT, 70 Solo,
2.5 TFL, 6 PBU,
1 FR, 2 FF, 1 TD
(12 games)
68 TT, 36 Solo,
20.5 TFL, 14 SK, 7 QBH,
1 INT, 2 PBU,
1 FR, 2 FF, 2 BLK
(12 games)
59 TT, 30 Solo,
18 TFL, 13 SK,
4 PBU, 13 QBH, 1 FF
(11 games)
101 TT, 47 Solo,
4 TFL, 1 SK, 1 QBH,
2 INT, 1 FF, 1 TD
(12 games)
40 TT, 22 Solo,
11.5 TFL, 6.5 SK,
1 INT, 2 PBU, 7 QBH
3 FR, 4 FF, 1 TD
(10 games)
26 TT, 16 Solo,
11 TFL, 6.5 SK, 1 INT,
5 QBH, 1 BLK
(10 games)
67 TT, 31 Solo, 19 TFL
8.5 SK, 2 PBU,
17 QBH, 1 FF
(11 games)
141 TT, 52 Solo,
17 TFL, 5 SK, 4 QBH,
1 INT, 5 PBU,
1 FR, 2 FF
(12 games)
110 TT, 36 Solo,
2.5 TFL, 1 SK,
4 INT, 8 PBU, 1 TD
(12 games)
120 TT, 59 Solo,
15.5 TFL, 9 SK,
5 PBU, 2 FF, 1 QBH
(12 games)
65 TT, 36 Solo,
15 TFL, 4.5 SK, 5 PBU,
5 QBH, 1 FR, 2 BLK
(11 games)
71 TT, 46 Solo,
15 TFL, 9 SK, 6 QBH,
1 INT, 4 PBU, 4 FF
(12 games)
116 TT, 84 Solo,
19 TFL, 7.5 SK,
1 INT, 5 PBU,
4 QBH, 1 FR
(12 games)
94 TT, 36 Solo, 12.5 TFL,
8.5 SK, 2 INT, 8 PBU,
5 FF, 2 FR,
10 QBH, 2 BLK
(12 games)
89 TT, 39 Solo,
5 TFL, 1.5 SK, 3 INT,
2 PBU, 1 QBH, 1 BLK,
3 FR, 1 FF, 1 TD
(12 games)
52 TT, 37 Solo,
15 TFL, 9 SK, 8 QBH,
1 PBU, 4 FF
(12 games)
66 TT, 33 Solo,
12 TFL, 3 SK, 5 PBU,
9 QBH, 1 BLK,
2 FR, 2 FF
(11 games)
18 TT, 15 Solo,
2 INT, 6 PBU,
1 TD, 206 Ret Yds
(9 games)
LEGEND: TT = Total Tackles, TFL = Tackles for Loss, FF = Forced Fumble,
FR = Fumble Recovery, SK = Sack, QBH = QB Hurry, PBU = Pass Breakup,
INT = Interception, BLK = Blocked Kick, TD = Touchdown,
TFL = 1/2 assist + solo, Solo = Solo Tackles
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Dino Babers, Eastern Illinois - No. 2-ranked Panthers captured the outright Ohio Valley Conference championship and its automatic playoff bid, beat FBS San Diego State and didn't lose to an FCS opponent. 2013 Records: 11-1, 8-0 OVC.

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Beau Baldwin, Eastern Washington - No. 3 Eagles won an outright Big Sky Conference title and its automatic playoff bid, and defeated FBS Oregon State. 2013 Records: 10-2, 8-0 Big Sky.

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Craig Bohl, North Dakota State - The 2012 Eddie Robinson Award winner guided the two-time defending FCS champion Bison to a perfect record in the regular season and an outright Missouri Valley Football Conference title, plus a win over FBS Kansas State. 2013 Records: 11-0, 8-0 Missouri Valley.

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Jamey Chadwell, Charleston Southern - Led the No. 23 Buccaneers to a school record win total in his first season at the helm, and only two years after the program suffered through a winless season. 2013 Records: 10-3, 3-2 Big South.

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Jack Cosgrove, Maine - Picked eighth in the CAA Football preseason poll, the 10th-ranked Black Bears won the conference title and its automatic playoff bid, beating FBS Massachusetts along the way. 2013 Records: 10-2, 7-1 CAA.

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Bruce Fowler, Furman - Picked seventh in the Southern Conference's two preseason polls, the Paladins earned a share of the title and collected the conference's automatic playoff bid. 2013 Records: 7-5, 6-2 Southern.

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Jay Hopson, Alcorn State - In his second season at Alcorn State as the only Caucasian head football coach in Southwestern Athletic Conference history, Hopson led a five-win improvement from 2012 and handed losses to the two conference championship game participants, Jackson State and Southern. 2013 Records: 9-3, 7-2 SWAC.

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Russ Huesman, Tennessee at Chattanooga - No. 21 Mocs earned a share of the Southern Conference title and beat FBS transitioning Georgia State. 2013 Records: 8-4, 6-2 Southern.

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Bobby Lamb, Mercer - Pioneer Football League team posted four- and five-game winning streaks on the way to setting an NCAA standard for victories by a first-year program (10). 2013 Records: 10-2, 6-2 Pioneer.

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Ed Lamb, Southern Utah - After being picked ninth in both Big Sky Conference preseason polls, the 22nd-ranked Thunderbirds tied the school record for wins in a season, earned their first playoff bid and beat FBS South Alabama. 2013 Records: 8-4, 5-3 Big Sky.

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Jimmye Laycock, William & Mary - The Tribe posted a five-win improvement from 2012 and spent time in the Top 25 behind one of the nation's stingiest defenses. 2013 Records: 7-5, 4-4 CAA.

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Joe Moglia, Coastal Carolina - After guiding the school's first playoff win last season, the second-year coach took the No. 10 Chanticleers back to the playoffs with the Big South Conference's automatic bid. 2013 Records: 11-1, 4-1 Big South.

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Joe Moorhead, Fordham - No. 9 Rams won their first 10 games, including against FBS Temple, and secured an FCS playoff bid as a Patriot League at-large selection. 2013 Record: 11-1.

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Mark Nofri, Sacred Heart - Playoff-bound Pioneers were picked last in the Northeast Conference, but improved by eight wins from 2012 - the largest increase nationally - while winning the title. 2013 Records: 10-2, 4-2 Northeast.

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Jim Parady, Marist - With a school-record eight wins, the Red Foxes earned a share of their first Pioneer Football League championship, only missing the playoffs on a tiebreaker. 2013 Records: 8-3, 7-1 Pioneer.

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Buddy Pough, South Carolina State - The No. 25 Bulldogs rebounded from their only losing record in Pough's 12 seasons to earn a share of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference title and a playoff bid. 2013 Records: 9-3, 7-1 MEAC.

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Rod Reed, Tennessee State - The No. 19 Tigers used a dominant defense to finish second in the competitive Ohio Valley Conference and earn their first playoff bid since 1999. 2013 Records: 9-3, 6-2 OVC.

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Ron Roberts, Southeastern Louisiana - After being picked fifth in the Southland Conference preseason coaches poll, the No. 7 Lions won the title for the first time and earned the automatic playoff bid during a nine-game winning streak. 2013 Records: 10-2, 7-0 Southland.

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Bob Surace, Princeton - The Tigers joined the Top 25 for the first time since 2006 while earning a share of their first Ivy League title since that season, smashing offensive records along the way. 2013 Records: 8-2, 6-1 Ivy.

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Matt Viator, McNeese State - No. 6 Cowboys have never had a losing record in Viator's eight seasons, and his Southland Conference squad beat FBS South Florida on the way to its first playoff bid since 2009. 2013 Records: 10-2, 6-1 Southland.

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Eric Wolford, Youngstown State - No. 17 Penguins from the Missouri Valley Football Conference ran off a six-game winning streak for their third consecutive winning season. 2013 Records: 8-4, 5-3 Missouri Valley.
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Kourtney Berry, Alabama State, Linebacker
11 games: 97 TT (51 solo), 11.5 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 INT, 3 PBU, 2 QBH, 2 FR

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Austin Black, Southeast Missouri State, Defensive Tackle
12 games: 52 TT (30 solo), 9.5 TFL, 4.5 sacks, 1 QBH, 1 BK

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Dillon Buechel, Duquesne, Quarterback
11 games: 217-of-373, 2,569 yards, 14 TD, 15 INT, 120.4 passing efficiency

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Tarik Cohen, North Carolina A&T, Running Back
11 games: 195 carries, 1,148 yards, 8 TD; 11 receptions, 152 yards, 1 TD

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Marcus Cox, Appalachian State, Running Back
12 games: 245 carries, 1,250 yards, 15 TD; 43 receptions, 559 yards, 6 TD

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Bentlee Critcher, Appalachian State, Punter
12 games: 51 punts, 45.9-yard average, 63 long, 15 inside 20, 18 50 yards-plus

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Lawrence Forbes, Morgan State, Punter
12 games: 52 punts, 43.8-yard average, 78 long, 15 inside 20, 11 50 yards-plus

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Matt Johnson, Charlotte, Quarterback
11 games: 223-of-371, 2,581 yards, 21 TD, 12 INT, 130.8 passing efficiency; 96 carries, 418 yards, 3 TD

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Javancy Jones, Jackson State, Defensive End
10 games: 48 TT (21 solo), 12 TFL, 5 sacks, 2 PBU, 2 QBH, 1 FF, 1 TD

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Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington, Wide Receiver
12 games: 77 receptions, 1,378 yards, 18 TD; 121.2 all-purpose yards per game

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Christophe Mulumba, Maine, Linebacker
12 games: 105 TT (29 solo), 4 TFL, 1.5 sacks, 2 INT, 2 PBU, 1 FR

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RJ Noel, Sacred Heart, Quarterback
12 games: 167-of-315, 2,037 yards, 23 TD, 7 INT, 127.0 passing efficiency; 119 carries, 665 yards, 7 TD

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Donald Payne, Stetson, Safety
11 games: 113 TT (71 solo), 16 TFL, 4.5 sacks, 2 INT, 12 PBU, 3 QBH, 3 FR, 2 FF, 2 TD

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Peter Pujals, Holy Cross, Quarterback
10 games: 211-of-332, 2,261 yards, 19 TD, 8 INT; 136 carries, 469 yards, 8 TD

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Drew Reed, Lafayette, Quarterback
7 games: 112-of-152, 1,681 yards, 17 TD, 5 INT, 196.9 passing efficiency; 42 carries, 45 yards

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Martin Ruiz, Youngstown State, Running Back
12 games: 192 carries, 1,094 yards, 15 TD; 20 receptions, 256 yards, 2 TD; 132.1 all-purpose yards per game

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John Russ, Mercer, Quarterback
12 games: 121-of-233, 1,916 yards, 21 TD, 7 INT, 144.7 passing efficiency; 160 carries, 903 yards, 12 TD

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Marquis Smith, Savannah State, Linebacker
12 games: 124 TT (72 solo), 13 TFL, 1 sack, 1 INT, 1 PBU, 1 QBH, 2 FR, 2 TD

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Gage Steele, James Madison, Linebacker
12 games: 106 TT (43 solo), 5 TFL, 3 sacks, 5 PBU, 3 FF

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C.J. Williams, Bucknell, Running Back
10 games: 212 carries, 899 yards, 8 TD; 12 receptions, 130 yards, 3 TD; 102.9 all-purpose yards per game

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Jatavious Wilson, Central Arkansas, Wide Receiver/Kick Returner
12 games: 41 receptions, 409 yards, 2 TD; 11 carries, 88 yards; 19 kick returns, 30.6-yard average, 2 TD; 91.8 all-purpose yards per game

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