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Jacksonville State's Thomas, Jackson headline All-OVC

(STATS) - Jacksonville State running back Roc Thomas and defensive end Darius Jackson were named the Ohio Valley Conference's offensive and defensive players of the year, respectively, on Tuesday.

It was the second straight year Jackson won his award, while Thomas joined him on the All-OVC first team. The OVC champion Gamecocks placed a league-high 10 players on the first team and had 15 overall.

Austin Peay won the other two OVC awards with quarterback Jeremiah Oatsvall being named the freshman of the year and Will Healy the coach of the year.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: S. Bentley1789
Passing TDs: S. Bentley13
Rushing Yards: D. Penick431
Rushing TDs: D. Penick3
Receiving Yards: J. Gandy954
Receiving TDs: J. Gandy10
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2017
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/31 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan W 67 - 7
9/9 vs. Central Arkansas L 13 - 41
9/16 at Missouri State L 21 - 28
9/23 vs. Austin Peay L 7 - 27
9/30 at 17 Louisville L 10 - 55
10/7 at UT Martin W 13 - 10
10/14 vs. Eastern Illinois L 24 - 27
10/28 vs. Eastern Kentucky L 13 - 26
11/4 at Jacksonville State L 23 - 59
11/11 vs. Tennessee Tech W 31 - 21
11/18 at Southeast Missouri State L 10 - 21
Ohio Valley
  Conference Overall
2 Jacksonville State 8-0 10-1
Austin Peay 7-1 8-4
Eastern Illinois 5-3 6-5
Tennessee-Martin 4-4 6-5
Southeast Missouri State 3-5 3-8
Eastern Kentucky 3-5 4-7
Tennessee State 2-5 6-5
Murray State 2-5 3-8
Tennessee Tech 1-7 1-10
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 2905 (114)
Passing Yards: 2185 (66)
Rushing Yards: 720 (119)
Points per game: 21.1 (82)
Yards per game: 264.1 (116)
Touchdowns: 24 (91)
Field Goals: 14 (17)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4288 (82)
Passing Yards: 1991 (26)
Rushing Yards: 2297 (107)
Points per game: 29.3 (91)
Yards per game: 389.8 (79)
Touchdowns: 41 (96)
Field Goals: 10 (70)
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