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    Offense versus defense: how do they stack up?

    Jamal Jackson


    Jamal Jackson, QB, #12
    • 52 rushes 233 yards 3 TD
    • 108-163 1277 yards, 8 TD, 4 INT

    Jamal Jackson



    Steven Miller   Steven Miller, RB, #3
    • 101 rushes 601 yards 7 touchdowns
    • 9 catches 84 yards 1 TD



    Sean Price, WR, #14

    26 catches, 361 yards 5TD

    Sean Price  



      Tony Washington  

    Tony Washington, WR, #15

    • 3 rushes 35 yards TD
    • 15 catches, 174 yards
    • 6 punt returns 49 yards
    • 11 kick returns 289 yards



    Brandon Grier, LB, #24

    • 42 total tackles (24 solo, 18 assisted) 4 TFL
    • 3 sacks for 16 yards
    • INT for 70 yards, TD
    • 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery

      Brandon Grier 


    Jeremy Kimbrough, LB, #33

    • 58 total tackles (27 solo, 31 assisted) 3 TFL
     Jeremy Kimbrough  





     Patrick Blalock

    Patrick Blalock, S, #34

    • 31 total tackles (20 solo, 11 assisted) 1 TFL
    • 1 INT, 3 pass break-ups, 4 pass deflected


    Demetrius McCray, DB, #10

    • 16 total tackles (12 solo, 4 assisted) 0.5 TFL
    • 2 INT for 8 yards, 2 pass break ups, 4 pass deflected
    • 1 forced fumble


    Demetrius McCray  


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