2015 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BACKFIELD OF THE WEEK – SIX
BY Super Scout Max Emfinger
TRI-QUARTERBACK PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
QUARTERBACK PAT MAHONES – TEXAS TECH #5
Super-Star Texas Tech Quarterback Patrick Mahones had another Exceptional Game on Saturday in the 66-31 Victory over Iowa State. In the Victory, Mahones Completed 33 of 46 Passes for 428-Yards and Five Touchdowns. Mahones also Recorded a Great 185.8 Quarterback Rating.
The Texas Tech Offense Recorded an Incredible 776-Yards of Total Offense and it Set the Texas Tech Single-Game Total Offense School Record in Jones Stadium.
Mahones, from Whitehouse, Texas, was Virtually an Unknown Freshman last year and he has already passed for over 400-Yards in an Amazing Three Games this Season. After the Six Games only this Season, Mahones has Completed 257 Passes for 2,264-Yards and 19 Touchdowns.
Mahones Passed for 425-Yards Against Sam Houston; 415-Yards Against Baylor; and 428-Yards Against Iowa State.
QUARTERBACK JOSHUA DOBBS – TENNESSEE #11
Super-Star Tennessee Quarterback Joshua Dobbs was Incredible Last Saturday in the Unbelievable and Impressive 38-31 SEC Victory over Georgia, as he Completed 25 of 42 Passes for 312-Yards and Three Touchdowns and then Carried the Football on Another 18 Occasions for Another 118-Yards and Still Another Two Touchdowns.
In this Key and Crucial SEC Matchup, the Junior Dobbs was the Star of the Game as he Recorded an Amazing 430-Yards of Total Offense, which also included Five Touchdowns.
QUARTERBACK TREVONE BOYKIN – TCU #2
TCU Super-Star Quarterback Trevone Boykin is not only a Super-Star, because he is a Super-Freak. This is the Third Week for Boykin to be Selected to the Elite College Most Valuable Player Offensive Backfield of the Week Award.
Kansas State has been one of the Top Big-12 Teams in the Past Few Years and they were not going to be an Easy Win this year for Any Team. So What does the Super-Freak do Against them.
In this Game, Against the Wildcats, Boykin Completed 20 of 30 Passes for a Modest 301-Yards and Two Touchdowns, but what he did with His Legs was Incredible as he Rushed for Another 124-Yards, and Two More Touchdowns, including an Unbelievable 69-Yard Touchdown Run. All of this Action gave Boykin 425-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in the 52-45 Big-12 Kansas State Victory.
I also must not be Remiss by not Mentioning another TCU Super-Freak in WR Josh Doctson who caught 8 of his Passes for 155-Yards, including Both Boykin Touchdowns.
Right Now, Boykin has led the Horned Frogs to a 6-0 Record and in those Six Games, Boykin has already Passed for 2,539-Yards and 25 Touchdowns. Boykin also has Recorded an Incredible 180.7 Quarterback Rating after those Six Games.
CO-RUNNING BACK PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
RUNNING BACK JORDAN CANZERI – IOWA #33
One of the Surprise Teams of the Year in College Football has got to be the Iowa Hawkeyes with an Amazing and Incredible 6-0 Record. One of Key Players has got to Running Back Jordan Canzeri and he was Pretty Sensational on Saturday in an Impressive 29-20 Big-10 Victory over Illinois.
On Saturday, Canzeri became the Hawkeye Workhouse as he Toted the Football 43 Times and Totaled an Impressive 256-Yards in the Victory. The Workhorse also Caught 2 Passes coming out of the backfield for another 15-Yards, giving him 271-Yards of Total Offense.
RUNNING BACK DALVIN COOK – FLORIDA STATE #4
Florida State Super-Star RB Dalvin Cook has been Sensational all Year and on Saturday Against Cross-State Rival Miami, he was One of The Best Players to ever Play for the Seminoles.
In the 29-24 Victory over Miami, Cook was Simply Incredible as he Rushed for 222-Yards on 22 Carries, Averaging 10.1 Yards or a First Down Per Carry and Two Touchdowns. Cook also Caught another 3 Passes, coming out of the backfield, for another 47-Yards, giving him 269-Yards of Total Offense and Three Touchdowns.
One of the Cook Catches was a 36-Yard Touchdown and he also Scored the Winning Touchdown in the Fourth Quarter with Time-Running-Out to Move the Seminoles Record to 6-0. This is the Second College Offensive Backfield Most Valuable Award for Cook.