Data Scout Notes: 2013: APLAA1st/GeneUpshawFinalist...2012: UpshawFinalist/APLAA2nd
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Draft Scout Brian Clarke News
08/06/14 - G Brian Clarke was waived/injured by the Cowboys Aug. 4 and was placed on reserve/injured after clearing waivers the following day.
01/02/14 - 2013 ASSOCIATED PRESS LITTLE ALL-AMERICAN FIRST TEAM: OL Brian Clarke, senior, 6-3, 290, Bloomsburg,...Clarke makes his second straight appearance on the AP Little All-America squad, placing on the first team just as he did following the 2012 season. He also finishes his Bloomsburg career with a long list of awards after taking first team Daktronics and BSN All-America accolades.
The offensive guard made 38 career starts and was part of an offensive line that helped Bloomsburg be the fifth-ranked rushing offense in the nation at over 313 yards rushing per game. The offensive line also powered an offense which broke the school records for points in a season (474) and total offense (5,895 yards) and finished second in school history in rushing yardage (3,762 yards) and touchdowns scored (63). He also finished third in the final national voting for the Gene Upshaw Division II Lineman of the Year award. - Bloomsburg football
12/02/13 - 2013 GENE UPSHAW DIVISION II LINEMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD FINALIST: Brian Clarke G 6-3 290 Sr. Hanover, Pa./Bloomsburg...Clarke anchored an offensive line that has powered the fifth-ranked rushing offense in the nation this season with over 317 yards on the ground per game, a school record, while only allowing 11 sacks on the year. Clarke and the rest of the Bloomsburg offensive line guide the nation's leading rusher, Franklyn Quiteh (Tobyhanna/Pocono Mountain West) who has 1,987 yards rushing on the year. The Huskies also rank third in the nation in red-zone efficiency with a 94 percent success rate and have posted 500 or more yards of total offense seven times this year, a new school record, while rushing for more than 350 yards in a school-record six games this season.
"Brian is a blue collar player; he puts the hard hat on and comes to work every day. He has a workman-like attitude and leads by example," Bloomsburg offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Brian McBryan said. "Brian is extremely aggressive in his blocking style and is tremendously consistent. He has been a leader in our offense and is just as dominant 30 yards down field as he is at the point of attack." - Bloomsburg football
11/28/12 - GENE UPSHAW DIVISION II LINEMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD FINALIST: Brian Clarke (Hanover, Pa.), an All-PSAC East First Team selection for the second consecutive year, paved the way for Harlon Hill finalist Franklyn Quiteh and the nation's fifth-ranked rushing offense (315.75 yards per game). Clarke's Huskies set the PSAC single-season rushing record with 3,789 yards, and Quiteh led the nation in rushing. Clarke's offensive line became the first in PSAC history to produce two 1,000-yard backs in back-to-back seasons. His unit surrendered just two sacks in Bloomsburg's final seven games and ranked seventh in the nation with 0.67 sacks per game. - Gene Upshaw Award