Saturday, October 13, 2007

McLeod leads nation

Mike McLeod's 276-yard rushing performance not only broke his own single-game rushing record at Yale Saturday in a 23-7 win over Lehigh, it put him into the lead nationally for average yards per game with 199.

Robert Heller of Division III Waynesburg entered the day averaging 208 yards, but had 130 Saturday. This kid is only a freshman, too. That dropped his average to 195.

Colgate's Jordan Scott (187.60) and Richmond's Tim Hightower (180.40) each had their averages drop today. When averages are that high, they don't stay up there too long, just as McLeod's will surely drop in the weeks to come.

Here's a look at I-A, oops, Bowl Subdivision, entering today.

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