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Five Raiders honored by College Sports Madness

Boss makes first team

December 12, 2011 · Athletic Communications
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - College Sports Madness announced its Sun Belt All-Conference team recently and five Blue Raiders were honored.

Offensive lineman Colin Boss was the lone first team member, while defensive end Omar McLendon earned second team honors.

Boss, who was on the Rimington Watch List and earned first team honors from the SBC coaches and media, made the first team after anchoring a Blue Raider line that led the nation in fewest sacks allowed. Boss, who did not allow a sack all year and totaled 40 knockdowns, finished his career with 27 starts.

McLendon, a junior, enjoyed a career season with 54 tackles, five hurries, four pass breakups, and 2.5 sacks.

Wide receiver Malcolm Beyah and offensive linemen Brandon McLeroy and Mike Williams made the third team.

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