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CSN National All-Stars, 11/3/2008

Appalachian State quarterback Armanti Edwards, Southern Illinois runningback Larry Warner, Colgate linebacker Greg Hadley, and Appalachian State free safety Mark LeGree are the recipients of College Sporting News national Football Championship Subdivision honors for the week ending Nov. 1.

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Each of the honorees are listed here with their achievements and their school, position, height, weight, class and hometown.

Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State, QB, 6-0, 184, Jr., Greenwood, SC
In becoming the Southern Conference’s all-time leader in total offense Edwards rallied with 440 total yards and six touchdowns in the Mountaineer’s 70-24 triumph over No. 3 Wofford. He passed for 367 yards and a career-best five scores, and added 73 rushing yards and another touchdown. In the magnificent performance he completed 17-of-19 passes without an interception, continuing his streak of consecutive passes without an INT to 140.

Larry Warner, Southern Illinois, RB, 5-5, 169, Sr., Vicksburg, MS
Warner lead Southern Illinois to its fourth-straight win with a career-high 256 rushing yards and two TDs that toppled North Dakota 40-21. Averaging 12.2 yards per carry on 21 attempts, he notched his third-straight game of 100 plus yards and became SIU’s first 200-yard rusher since Arkee Whitlock in 2007. He also moved to sixth all-time in single-game rushing yardage at SIU.

Greg Hadley, Colgate, LB, 5′11, 223, Jr., Fayetteville, NY
Colgate rallied from a 10-0 deficit to defeat No. 21 Lafayette, 21-13, as Hadley recorded 10 tackles, two tackles for loss and one forced fumble. The forced fumble came on the Colgate five yard line as Lafayette was trying to add to its 10-0 lead in the third quarter. The turnover led to Colgate’s first touchdown drive.

Mark LeGree, Appalachian State, FS, 6-0, 200, Soo., Columbus, GA
Personally thwarting No. 3 Wofford in Appalachian State’s 70-24 win, LeGree tied a school record with three interceptions. He also added a forced fumble and eight tackles including one for loss. The three picks give him seven for the season which leads the nation.