Michigan running back / return specialist Blake Corum leads five players on the Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll in Week 2 of the college football season.
The Hornung Award is given to college football’s most versatile player.
Corum touched the ball 26 times three different ways and scored three times as the Wolverines defeated Washington at home, 31-10. Corum opened the scoring with a 76-yard touchdown run and scored what proved to be the winning touchdown on a 7-yard run early in the second half. He carried the ball 21 times for 171 yards, caught two passes and returned two kickoffs.
Also on the Honor Roll for Week 2:
Oregon State’s Jack Colletto played wildcat quarterback, linebacker and special teams in the Beavers’ 45-27 win over Hawaii. Colletto carried the ball five times for 15 yards, scored the game’s first touchdown on a two-yard run and ran for a first down on a scoring drive. He made one tackle and played on kickoff and kickoff return teams.
Boise State’s Stefan Cobbs touched the ball four different ways and scored twice in the Broncos’ 54-13 home win over UTEP. Cobbs scored Boise’s first touchdown on an 81-yard punt return in the first quarter, then caught a 61-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter. He returned two kickoffs, fair caught a punt and carried the ball one time.
Michigan State’s Jayden Reed touched the ball three different ways and scored on two long touchdown receptions in the Spartan’s 42-14 home win over Youngstown State. Reed hauled in a 75-yard scoring pass for MSU’s first score and caught an 85-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter for what proved to be the winning score. He had sizable returns on two punts and one kickoff that led to scores.
Hawaii’s Calvin Turner Jr. touched the ball three different ways and scored rushing and receiving in the Rainbows’ 45-27 loss at Oregon State. Turner scored on a 12-yard reception in the first quarter and on a three-yard run in the fourth quarter when the Rainbows made a run at OSU’s lead. He carried the ball 10 times, caught seven passes and returned two kickoffs.
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