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ESPN's mid-season All-America team

Rafe Anderson

Oklahoma State’s Chuba Hubbard and others were picked for ESPN's mid-season All-America team by Chris Low and Mark Schlabach, with the help of TruMedia's research platform:

“It took FBS coaches a while to learn about Hubbard, but now they know all about the world-class sprinter from Alberta, Canada. He leads the FBS in rushing yards (1,094), carries (162) and rushing yards per game (182.3) and is second in rushing touchdowns (13). He's on pace to finish the season with 2,188 rushing yards, which would set a Big 12 record (OSU was in the Big Eight when Barry Sanders ran for 2,628 yards in 11 games in 1988) and would be the eighth-highest total in FBS history. According to TruMedia Networks, Hubbard has 594 yards before contact and 500 yards after contact, both No. 1 among FBS players.”

LSU wide receiver Justin Jefferson:
“… Jefferson was huge in both of LSU's biggest games to date. He had nine catches for 163 yards and three touchdowns in a 45-38 win at Texas. Then he had 10 receptions for 123 yards and one score in a 42-28 victory over Florida. In six games, he has 40 receptions for 670 yards and eight scores. According to TruMedia data, Jefferson doesn't have a drop in 46 targets, which is tied for best among FBS players.”

Ohio State guard Wyatt Davis:
”… Wyatt has been among the most consistent guards this season. PFF ranks him as the second-best guard, with a grade of 83. According to TruMedia data, Davis has missed only one block in 172 pass blocks and four in 200 run blocks. He's a big reason the Buckeyes rank fourth in scoring (49.3 points) and third in rushing (288.5 yards).”

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