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Rookie Green emerges as Bengals top receiver; Pro Bowl bound

 

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A.J. Green (courtesy of Georgia athletics)

Cincinnati Bengals rookie wide receiver A. J. Green is one of the reasons the team’s offense is dangerous and explosive.

The 2011 NFL first round draft pick has been rewarded for his stellar play by being named to the AFC All-Star team for the Pro Bowl, which pits the AFC against the NFC on January 29 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Green, who leads all NFL rookies in receptions with 65 and receiving yards 1,057 this season, is the first Bengals rookie selected to the Pro Bowl since WR Cris Collinsworth in the 1981 season.

In addition to Green, a number of Cincinnati players have been named as alternates for this year’s Pro Bowl, including first alternates: DT Geno Atkins, QB Andy Dalton and K Mike Nugent.

The AFC/NFC All-Star teams are based on the concensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counts as one-third towards determining the 43-man rosters that represent the AFC and NFC in the Pro Bowl.

 

Info compiled from Cincinnati Bengals and NFL news

2010 SHERATON HAWAII BOWL: Explosive Tulsa Hurricanes embarass Hawaii on its home turf

(courtesy of Sheraton Hawaii Bowl via Wikipedia Commons)

The Tulsa Hurricanes football team has always done well in bowl games and have put up a lot of points on offense.

In Honolulu, Damaris Johnson broke loose for a career-high 326 all-purpose yards to set an NCAA career record and Tulsa took advantage of six-first half turnovers to beat number 24 Hawaii at their home field, Aloha Stadium, 62-35 in the Sheraton Hotels Hawaii Bowl.

The 10-3 Hurricanes stopped the nation’s number 1 passing attack and broke the game open with a 21-point third quarter for the seventh straight win and third consecutive bowl win.

Johnson was voted MVP honors, rushing for 98 yards and a touchdown. Plus, he caught four passes for 101 yards and another touchdown.

Johnson also piled up 109 yards on kickoff returns.

The Rainbow Warriors fell to 10-4, but their star player Greg Salas, a senior, had 13 receptions for 214 yards and two touchdowns and set Hawaii season records in receptions and receiving yardage.

TULSA HURRICANES GAME NOTES

* Has the 16th-ranked passing office.

* Tulsa’s defense gives up 305.7 yards per game through the pass and had five games where they allowed at least 371 yards.

* Ranks in the top 16 in rushing.

* Tulsa finished the season winning seven games in a row which included a win at Notre Dame and a 56-50 victory at Southern Mississippi.

* QB G.J. Kinne finished the regular season by winning his second Conference USA player of the week honor.

* WR Damaris Johnson is a junior and the NCAA career leader in kick-return yardage.

HAWAII RAINBOW WARRIORS GAME NOTES

* The passing game of Bryant Moniz to slot receivers Greg Salas and Kealoha Pilares averages 387.8 passing yards a game.

* RB Alex Green is Hawaii’s first 1,000-yard rusher in the run-and-shoot-era.

* The defense lead the nation with 23 interceptions.

* Hawaii has won nine of its last 10, including a win vs. Nevada. They did lose a game at Boise State.

compiled from staff, Sheraton Hawaii Bowl, Tulsa and Hawaii athletic news