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Author Topic: Bryce Bray of Harding University (Ark.) is the DII division winner of the Rimington Award.  (Read 269 times)

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Bryce Bray of Harding University (Ark.) is the DII division winner of the Rimington Award. Bray, a senior from Rogers, Ark., was named first team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), first team All-Conference by the Great American Conference and was a three time All-Region by the DII Conference Commissioners Association (D2CCA). In his career, Bray contributed to the most successful four year run in school history as Harding won 40 of the school record 50 games he started in over that time.  Harding ranked second in DII with 341.1 rushing yards per game while averaging 35 points per game. He is the first of the Bisons ever to receive the Rimington Award.

 

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