Central Michigan quarterback Dan LeFevour has accomplished more through his sophomore season than many players do in four years. The Chippewas' second-year man led the team both in rushing with an average of over 77 yards per game and passing at nearly 260 yards per game. This dual threat playcaller has also help lead CMU to back-to-back MAC titles, and a second Motor City Bowl. Dec. 26, he gets to showcase his game against the Big Ten's Purdue
December 21, 2007
Dual Threat Dan LeFevour Has Twice the Experience at Half the Age
December 18, 2007
Hawai'i's Leonard and Veikune Talk Sugar Bowl
Take a young breakout rushing star, combine that with the services of an equally dangerous vet, add the heady play of a wise-beyond-his-sophomore-status quarterback, and put it behind a big, experience offensive line and the result is Hawai'i's Sugar Bowl challenge. The Warriors' Adam Leonard and David Veikune are preparing for this, the red hot Georgia Bulldogs' offense, which brings a 32-point-per-game average and five-game win streak into New Orleans.