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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

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ACC: Clemson and Duke grabbed four of the five places in voting for the Atlantic Coast Conference players of the week.

Les Hall and Louis Solomon were the Clemson players selected for offensive lineman and offensive back, respectively. Duke defensive back Sean Thomas and Spence Fisher, the Blue Devils' freshman quarterback, also were selected.Georgia Tech defensive lineman Coleman Rudolph was selected for the second time. He had three sacks in the Yellow Jackets' win over Maryland.

MEAC: Frankie Sanders of South Carolina State, who rushed 16 times for 145 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's 31-14 win over Morgan State, was named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference player honors.

Earl Holmes of Florida A&M and Brian Randall of Delaware State were named co-defensive players of the week, and Craig Bowman of Delaware State, a 6-2, 250-pound senior guard from Rialto, Calif., was named the offensive lineman of the week.

SOUTHERN: Willie McLain of Appalachian State was named the freshman of the week in the Southern Conference. He rushed nine times for 68 yards and caught one pass for seven yards in Appalachian State's 27-21 win over James Madison.

N.C. PREP: Chucky Jordan of Eastern Randolph completed 7 of 8 passes for 152 yards and three touchdowns in a victory over previously top-ranked Burlington Cummings to earn The Associated Press 3-A high school football player of the week honors.

Joe Lagarde of East Forsyth completed 6 of 6 passes for 191 yards and three TDs in a 61-14 win over Burlington Williams to grab 4-A honors.

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