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   *** 2014 NCAA Division II Football Individual Total Offense Statistics ***
                   (Complete through Saturday, November 15th)
 
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                                 TOTAL OFFENSE
 
 Rank        Player                        G  Plays   YDS     YPG
    1 Justin Dvorak, Colorado Mines       11    640  4216   383.3
    2 Lance Orender, N.M. Highlands       11    577  3942   358.4
    3 Kyle Washington, Angelo St.         10    476  3570   357.0
    4 Steven Laurino, LIU Post            11    657  3907   355.2
    5 Ray Russ, Notre Dame (OH)           11    563  3824   347.6
    6 Ward Anderson, Black Hills St.      10    517  3375   337.5
    7 Trenton McKinney, S. Dakota Mines   11    546  3666   333.3
    8 Si Blackshire, Southern Ark.        10    462  3313   331.3
    9 Tyler Sullivan, Delta St.           10    448  3291   329.1
   10 Kevin Rodgers, Henderson St.        11    461  3599   327.2
   11 Yianni Gavalas, St. Anselm          11    561  3588   326.2
   12 Mitch Glasmann, Western N.M.        11    545  3580   325.5
   13 Zach Osborn, Wayne St. (NE)         11    518  3568   324.4
   14 Jared Jacobson, Northern St.        11    553  3557   323.4
   15 Tyrik Rollison, Tex. A&M-Commerce   10    361  3214   321.4
   16 Willie Tindal, Southwest Baptist    11    542  3509   319.0
   17 Isaac Fisher, McKendree             11    579  3486   316.9
   18 Jason Vander Laan, Ferris St.       11    448  3468   315.3
   19 Liam Nadler, Gannon                 10    414  3136   313.6
   20 Drew Powell, Livingstone            10    505  3122   312.2
   21 Anthony Abenoja, Pittsburg St.      11    415  3425   311.4
   22 Antonio Pipkin, Tiffin              11    552  3419   310.8
   23 Dalton Oliver, Ky. Wesleyan         10    397  3107   310.7
   24 Ryan Bergman, Western Ore.           9    440  2775   308.3
   25 Danny Guadagnoli, Bentley           11    492  3373   306.6
      Cole Jaeschke, Upper Iowa           11    553  3373   306.6
   27 Verlon Reed, Findlay                11    470  3346   304.2
   28 Caleb Holbrook, Okla. Panhandle     10    474  3038   303.8
   29 Jake Hodge, Minn. St. Moorhead       9    407  2709   301.0
   30 James Harris, California (PA)       10    362  3004   300.4
   31 Luke Papilion, Sioux Falls          11    471  3274   297.6
   32 Mark Cato, Florida Tech             11    506  3251   295.5
   33 Nelson Hughes, North Greenville     11    438  3112   282.9
   34 Brendan Boylan, Mercyhurst          11    365  3105   282.3
   35 Trey Heid, Augustana (SD)           10    395  2815   281.5
   36 Jake Nelson, Central Wash.          11    502  3024   274.9
   37 Kevin Arduino, American Int'l       10    384  2741   274.1
   38 Preston Rabb, West Tex. A&M         11    432  3012   273.8
   39 Chris Lawshe, Shippensburg          11    475  3011   273.7
   40 Chad Barton, Kutztown               11    474  2983   271.2
   41 Sean McCartney, West Chester        11    360  2923   265.7
   42 Kyle Caldwell, West Ala.            11    408  2921   265.5
   43 Hunter Leppert, Ark.-Monticello      9    415  2351   261.2
   44 Spencer Bond, East Central          10    440  2599   259.9
   45 Brian Novak, Concord                11    312  2842   258.4
   46 Shaye Brown, Northern Mich.         10    363  2578   257.8
   47 Chas Stallard, Central Okla.        10    418  2539   253.9
   48 Connor Barthel, Indianapolis        11    379  2780   252.7
   49 Mike Sheehan, Catawba               11    426  2763   251.2
   50 Cameron Stover, Benedict             9    401  2260   251.1
 
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