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Friday, December 08, 2017
Roberts Selected to All-Super Region Team

Coming off an impressive 9-4 campaign and a Second Round appearance in the NCAA Division II Football Championship Playoff, Delta State University (DSU) placed six Statesmen including George Roberts on the Division II Conference Commissioners' Association All-Super Region II Team, including four First Team and two Second Team selections.

Senior All-Americans Chris Robinson (RB) and Roberts (OL) were named to the First Team for a second-straight year, while Brandon Gaddy (NG) and Jamoral Graham (CB) were tabbed to the First Team defense. Innis Claud, V (OL) and Landy Tullo (LB) were named to the Second Team.

"We are extremely proud of the effort these young men have put in this season and this honor is without a doubt deserved," DSU head coach Todd Cooley said. "All six of these young men exemplify what it means to me a part of the DSU Family and I am thankful for their efforts this season in the green-and-white."

Only West Alabama (8) had more selections on this year's D2CCA All-Super Region II Team. Delta State was second with six selections followed by West Georgia (5), Bowie State (4), Carson Newman (4), Catawba (4) and West Florida (4), Wingate (3), Newberry (2) and Valdosta State (2). Florida Tech, Mars Hill, Miles, Mississippi College, North Alabama, Tusculum, Tuskegee, and Virginia State all had one student-athlete selected to the squad.
Monday, November 27, 2017
Roberts and Delta State Fall Short in Rally

George Roberts and his The Delta State University Football teammates had its rally from a 17-point deficit come up just short, as top seeded the University of West Alabama held on for a 27 - 20 win, in the second round of the NCAA Division II playoffs at Tiger Stadium.

Senior Chris Robinson rushed for over 100 yards for the fourth consecutive week, gaining 105 on 23 carries with a touchdown.

The Bude, Miss., native's five-yard touchdown run was his 44th career score, tying Trevar Deed for Delta State University's career mark. Robinson finished with 1,328 yards rushing and 20 total touchdowns this season, marking the second straight season with 20-plus touchdowns.

The Delta State defense held the University of West Alabama under 30 points for the second time in two meetings. It was also just the third time this season that the University of West Alabama offense was held below 30 points. Delta State University also held University of West Alabama to 406 total yards, 45 below its season average (451.2 ypg.).
Friday, November 24, 2017
Whaley Scores - Arkansas Fall & Coach Dismissed

A late field goal with five seconds left in the fourth quarter gave Missouri a 48-45 victory over Devwah Whaley and his Arkansas Menís Football teammates inside Razorback Stadium.

Arkansas head football coach Bret Bielema was then dismissed by the University of Arkansas, it was announced by Interim Athletics Director Julie Cromer Peoples. Bielema completed his fifth season as the Razorbacksí head coach on Friday

On the fourth play of the game, senior defensive back Henreí Toliver intercepted a second-down pass by Missouri Drew Lock and returned it 28 yards to give the Razorbacks possession. The takeaway was Toliverís second interception of the season, and seventh of his career.

Senior quarterback Austin Allen faked the hand off to Whaley and rolled left for a one-yard touchdown run, giving the Razorbacks an early 7-0 lead over Missouri. The score was Allenís third-career rushing touchdown and first this season.

Allen registered his second touchdown of the game with a 57-yard strike to redshirt freshman Jordan Jones who hauled in the third touchdown of his career. The score was the 35th-career passing touchdown for Allen. In addition to his rushing touchdown in the first quarter, the Fayetteville, Arkansas native finished 14-of-29 with 313 yards with two touchdowns through the air.

Arkansas padded its lead with a 16-yard run by senior running back David Williams, his first touchdown of the day. Williams tallied 75 yards on 11 attempts with two touchdowns on the ground.

Williams went 22 yards on his second touchdown of the day to give Arkansas a two-touchdown lead midway through the second quarter. Itís his third game of the season with multiple rushing touchdowns.

Toliver intercepted his second pass of day deep to end Missouriís drive deep in Arkansas territory. The interception was returned 35 yards to give Toliver 63 yards off interception returns on the day. It marked the first game with multiple interceptions of the Marrero, La., nativeís career.

The Razorbacks retook the lead late in the third quarter as sophomore Devwah Whaley capped off a nine-play, 77-yard drive with a 28-yard touchdown. Whaley has scored a touchdown in six-straight games. He finished with 55 yards on 11 attempts.

On his third overall touchdown on the afternoon, David Williams took a screen pass 24 yards to give Arkansas the lead once again. It marked the second time this season Williams had three touchdowns in a single game.

Sophomore Connor Limpert evened the score late in the fourth quarter off of a 42-yard field goal to improve to 8-of-9 on the season.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Roberts and Delta State Win Again
George Roberts and his Delta State University Football teammates rushed for a 344 yards, led by quarterback Breck Ruddick's 164-yard effort and Chris Robinson's 144-yard afternoon, and Delta used 14 straight fourth-quarter points to secure a 45-35 victory over the Bowie State Bulldogs at Bulldogs Stadium in Bowie, Maryland.

Delta State opened the scoring with a 28-yard field goal from Vince Sciorrotta at the 8:28 mark of the first quarter to take a 3-0 lead.

Bowie State responded with a 10-play, 87-yard drive that quarterback Amir Hall capped with a two-yard touchdown pass to Lansana Sesay as the Bulldogs grabbed a 7-3 lead.

Delta State answered the call by rattling off 28 straight points on their next four drives as DSU took a 31-7 lead with 2:54 to go in the first half of play.

Junior quarterback Breck Ruddick's first touchdown of the afternoon gave Delta State the lead back at 10-7 with 2:15 to play in the first quarter, and after the defense forced a three-and-out, senior Kam Myers hauled in one of only four completed passes by DSU in the game for a 15-yard touchdown that gave the Green-and-White a 17-7 lead after one quarter.

The Statesmen continued to keep their foot on the gas pedal to open the second stanza, as a 41-yard touchdown scamper by Ruddick and a 32-yard touchdown rush from Chris Robinson put the Statesmen on top 31-7 with 2:54 left in the half.

The Bulldogs took the ensuing kickoff and covered 59 yards in 11 plays, and Amir Hall found Brandon Britton from 13 yards out to cut the lead down to 17, 31-14, where it would remain as the first half came to a close.

The third quarter belonged to the homestanding Bulldogs, who put up 21 unanswered third quarter points to storm back and take a 35-31 lead as the two teams headed to the final stanza.

Bowie State got an Amir Hall rushing score from two-yards out at the 9:28 mark of the third quarter to pull within 10, 31-21, and forced a Statesmen fumble on the ensuing kickoff to set up a Robert Chesson one-yard touchdown run just 24 seconds later to pull within three points at 31-28.

Just over four minutes later, Amir Hall led a 6-play, 71-yard drive that he punctuated himself on a 14-yard touchdown rush, his second of the game, and the Bulldogs carried the 35-31 lead into the final quarter of action.

Delta State leaned on Chris Robinson in the final stanza, and the senior back responded with a pair of 3-yard touchdown runs as the Statesmen outscored the Bulldogs 14-0 in the fourth to secure the win.

Robinson scored the go-ahead touchdown with 5:58 left in the fourth, and then helped ice the game away as the Statesmen drove 97 yards on just six plays to take a 45-35 lead that proved to be the final score.
Monday, November 20, 2017
Whaley Scores 6th Touchdown of the Season

Devwah Whaley and his University of Arkansas Menís Football teammates fell to No. 16 Mississippi State.

Mississippi State scored a late go ahead touchdown with 17 seconds left in the fourth quarter to win the game 28-21.

Junior Reid Miller recovered a muffed punt by Mississippi State that gave Arkansas prime field position at the Bulldog 36-yard line. It was the first recovered fumble of Millerís career.

Three plays following the muffed punt, David Williams powered his way into the endzone from three yards out to give Arkansas an early 7-0 lead. It was the fifth touchdown on the ground for Williams this season as he finished with 75 yards on eight carries with one touchdown.

With Mississippi State backed up against its own goal line, Sophomore McTelvin Agim forced a fumble that was recovered by Briston Guidry in the endzone to give the Razorbacks a two score lead. It was the first forced fumble of Agimís career and the second fumble recovery for Guidry this season. Agim finished with a career high nine tackles including 2.5 for loss yardage with one sack and two forced fumbles.

Arkansas retook the lead off of a one yard touchdown from Sophomore Whaley. It was Whaleyís fourth rushing touchdown in five games and sixth overall this season.

Whaley finished the game with 12 carries for 23 yards, he also had one reception for four yards.
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