Data Scout Notes: 2013: PWCamp/PDoak/PMaxwell/PHornung/P1stC-RB&KR/PJet...2012: 1stC-RB&AP/2ndC-KR/HornungFinalist
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12/01/13 - Brandon Doughty threw for 255 yards and three touchdowns to lead Western Kentucky to a 34-31 victory over Arkansas State Saturday. Arkansas State drove 83 yards on its first possession to score on a 1-yard rush by Ryan Carrethers. Western Kentucky answered with a rushing touchdown by Keshawn Simpson and a Doughty touchdown pass to Willie McNeal. The Hilltoppers (8-4, 4-3 Sun Belt) scored again in the second on a 23-yard pass by Doughty to lead 20-14 at halftime.
The Red Wolves (7-5, 5-2) battled back in the third quarter with a Fredi Knighten rushing touchdown and a Brian Davis field goal. The Hilltoppers scored another rushing TD to close the third. The back-and-forth continued in the fourth as backup Red Wolves QB J.D. McKissic threw a 6-yard touchdown pass for a 31-27 Arkansas State lead. With 10 seconds to play, Doughty hit McNeal from 2 yards for the Hilltoppers win. The Hilltoppers can thank a holding penalty that called back a successful 52-yard field goal attempt from Davis, but the penalty moved Arkansas State just outside of field goal range. Antonio Andrews rushed for 119 yards on 20 attempts and used a 39-yard reception from Doughty during the 99-yard game-winning drive that helped set up Doughty's pass to McNeal. - AP Sports
11/29/13 - WEEK 13 SUN BELT OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Antonio Andrews (WKU, Sr., RB)...The nationís all-purpose leader and No. 2 rusher, WKUís Antonio Andrews, put himself further ahead with a 226 yard performance at Texas State. Andrews recorded his school-record fifth 200-yard rushing performance, finishing with 204 yards on 21 carries (9.7 YPC) with three touchdowns. He also now has 20 career 100-yard games, the most among active players and second-most in school history. It was his 10th consecutive 100-yard game, the second-longest streak in the country and a school record.
Andrews had a pair of touchdown runs going 33 and 47 yards each, while his seven-yarder was set up by his own 22-yard carry the play before. Andrews is averaging 146.5 yards per game, 66.7 yards more than any other SBC running back, and his 15 rushing touchdowns are a league-best. He also leads the league in scoring at 8.2 per game and is the only running back in the nation to have 1,200 rushing yards and 400 receiving yards (1,611 and 420). Additionally, he is the only player in the country to average more than 200 all-purpose yards per game. - Sun Belt football
11/24/13 - Antonio Andrews ran 21 times for 204 yards and three touchdowns and Western Kentucky added a 38-7 win over Texas State to its bowl resume on Saturday night. Western Kentucky (7-4, 3-3 Sun Belt) led 17-7 at the half and scored three touchdowns - all on the ground - in the fourth quarter. Leon Allen ran for 53 yards and a touchdown and Anthony Wales added 46 yards and another score.
The Hilltoppers outgained Texas State 473-152 in total offense. The Hilltoppers averaged 6.98 yards per carry for 321 yards while holding the Bobcats to just 16 yards rushing. Western Kentucky had no turnovers while forcing five. Tyler Arndt had three interceptions in five pass attempts for Texas State (6-5, 2-4). Tyler Jones replaced him and finished 14 of 25 for 104 yards, a touchdown and an interception. - AP Sports
11/09/13 - Antonio Andrews, the nation's leading rusher once recruited to play at West Point, ran for 117 yards and the game-winning touchdown with 32 seconds left as Western Kentucky came back to beat Army 21-17 Saturday in the teams' first meeting. Brandon Doughty was 16 for 24 for 199 yards and two touchdowns for the Hilltoppers (6-4, 2-3 Sun Belt), who clinched bowl eligibility for the third straight season.
Held scoreless in the first half, Western Kentucky went up ahead on Doughty's second touchdown pass to Willie McNeal, which made it 14-10 early in the fourth. Army (3-7) took a 17-14 lead on Terry Baggett's 20-yard rush with 7:03 to go, but couldn't stop Andrews on the next drive as he ran in unscathed for the go-ahead score. The Hilltoppers played in New York for the first time in their 94-year history. - AP Sports
11/02/13 - Antonio Andrews rushed for 110 yards, Brandon Doughty had 206 yards passing and Keshawn Simpson ran for four touchdowns to help Western Kentucky and coach Bobby Petrino beat Georgia State 44-28 on Saturday. Petrino made his first appearance at the Georgia Dome since abruptly resigning 13 games into his only season as Atlanta Falcons coach six years ago. The announced crowd of 5,377 barely acknowledged Petrino in pre-game introductions.
Over 69,000 fans were at his last game in Atlanta, a 34-14 Monday night loss to the New Orleans Saints on Dec. 10, 2007. Petrino shocked the Falcons with his sudden departure for Arkansas the following day. He went 34-17 with the Razorbacks, but was fired in April 2012 after acknowledging an extramarital affair. Western Kentucky (5-4, 2-3 Sun Belt Conference) snapped a two-game losing streak. Ronnie Bell had two touchdown passes for Georgia State (0-9, 0-4). - AP Sports