Five Raiders honored by College Sports Madness
Boss makes first teamDecember 12, 2011 · Athletic Communications
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.
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