FB: Tajae Sharpe Becomes All-Time Leader in Receiving Yards (10/19/15)
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Vince Mayle is definitely a sleeper pick in this years draft. Mayle is 6'3 225 lbs. and has a lot of potential talent to be a prodigy NFL Receiver. Be on the lookout for this guy tomorrow, as he gets closer to finding his NFL home. Enjoy! _____________________________________________________ (All rights go to Washington State the NCAA & its broadcasters, ESPN, PAC-12 Network and FOX Sports. I do not own the music or the footage used in this video. No copyright infringement intended. I do not gain any profit from my videos. For entertainment purposes only) ______________________________________________________ Follow me on Twitter: @Im_WRDreads15 Follow me on IG: moneymanebowles_ Like my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Nasseh257Highlights Subscribe to my Alt. Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7PYOjZK0XZRAk40n_yFyWQ ______________________________________________________ 2014 Stats: Sr. Receptions: 106 Receiving Yards: 1,483 Yds. Long: 90 yards Avg.: 14.0 TD's: 9 ______________________________________________________ Stay Humble, Stay Blessed, Stay Joyous Proverbs 12:24 [KJV] "The hand of the diligent will rule, while the slothful will be put to forced labor."
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SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- The Wofford football team was defeated 33-21 by Appalachian State on Saturday afternoon at Gibbs Stadium. The Terriers had a 14-10 lead at the half, but 23 straight points in the second half by the Mountaineers put the game away. The Terriers are now 5-5 and 4-3 in the Southern Conference. Appalachian State is 3-8 overall and 3-4 in the SoCon. Wofford was led by Jonny Martin with 66 rushing yards and a touchdown. Evan Jacks started at quarterback and had 63 rushing yards, along with 3-of-5 passing for 22 yards. The Mountaineers were led by Marcus Cox with 119 rushing yards and three touchdowns. Tony Washington added 138 receiving yards and a touchdown. Wofford vs. Appalachian State Post-Game Notes Prior to the game, Wofford recognized the 24 seniors on this year's team. The seniors include: Jeff Ashley, Qay Bell, Jon Boyd, Josh Davis, Leverett Diggs, Tony Goodwin, Rob Greene, Ty Gregory, Michael Harpe, Josh Holt, Jeremy Holt, Paul Inclan, Donovan Johnson, James Lawson, Caleb Lucas, Mike McCrimon, Kasey Redfern, Alvin Scioneaux, Kane Sherrill, Jared Singleton, SeQuan Stanley, Alex Starnes, Jared Wilken, and James Zotto. In addition, senior manager Holly Tobias was honored. Donovan Johnson left the game in the first half (ankle) and did not return. It was the final meeting between Wofford and Appalachian State as members of the Southern Conference. The Mountaineers have an 18-12 lead in the series after the win. The three straight losses are the first for Wofford since the 2009 season. Game captains were the entire senior class, led by Jared Singleton and James Zotto. Attendance was 8,315 at Gibbs Stadium.
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University of Massachusetts sophomore wide receiver Tajae Sharpe discusses preseason training camp, the offense and what he brings to the team's receiving corps.
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