FCS Players of the Week - Week 12

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Offensive Player of Week 12
  • Team: Monmouth
  • Height: 70
  • Weight: 190
  • Position: RB
Guerriero racked up 303 yards from scrimmage and scored four touchdowns as Monmouth beat Campbell 47-10 to clinch the Big South's automatic bid to the FCS playoffs and at least a share of the conference title for the first time. He carried the ball 30 times for a career-high 237 yards, scoring on runs of 57, 2 and 75 yards. He also had three receptions for 66 yards, including a 50-yard score.
Defensive Player of Week 12
  • Team: Dayton
  • Height: 72
  • Weight: 203
  • Position: S
Easterling tied the Pioneer Football League record with three interceptions, including a 100-yard pick-six, and he also had 11 tackles (seven solo) to lead Dayton's 46-29 victory at Drake. His pick-six occurred on the final play of the first half as he denied Drake a TD and then went the other way to give the Flyers their first lead. His other interceptions led to Dayton scores and he finished with 138 yards in returns.
Special Teams Player of Week 12
  • Team: Lamar
  • Height: 69
  • Weight: 165
  • Position: K
Giffen was 4-for-4 on field goals, including two beyond 50 yards, and was 2-of-2 on PATs while scoring 14 points in Lamar's 31-26 loss at Houston Baptist in the Southland Conference. The transfer so enjoyed kicking a career-long 51-yard field goal in the first quarter that he upped his best from 53 yards out in the second. He added 36- and 24-yarders, giving him an FCS-high 20 field goals.
Freshman Player of Week 12
Williams continued to flash versatility in Southern Illinois' fifth straight win, 45-21 at Western Illinois. He carried the ball 19 times for a career-high 149 yards with three touchdowns, which lifted him to 18 overall for the season, a Missouri Valley Football Conference record for freshmen. He also completed both of his passes for 48 more yards and had one reception for six yards.
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