PFL Players of the Week: 9/8/2019 2:26:00 PM
  • Jack Cook, Dayton
    OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    Jack Cook, Dayton

    Sophomore (RS) | Quarterback
    Cranberry Township, Ohio

    Cook threw for two scores and ran for two touchdowns, leading Dayton to a 42-35 upset victory at #14 Indiana State, Saturday. After seeing the Flyers defense force a three-and-out to keep the game tied, Cook led his team on a 10-play, 85-yard drive, completing each of his four pass attempts and running three times on his own – each time for a first down – before handing the ball to Sean Prophit for the go-ahead score. Cook completed 21-of-29 passes for 251 yards and amassed 52 rushing yards on 13 carries for 303 total offensive yards.  

  • Tim Simon, Dayton
    DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    Tim Simon, Dayton

    Senior | Safety
    Morton Grove, Illinois

    Simon had three passes defended, including a first-quarter interception, in Dayton’s 42-35 upset win at #14 Indiana State, Saturday. After both teams scored on their opening possessions, Simon intercepted a pass to stall the Sycamores’ offense. He also had a pass breakup in the second quarter to stop an Indiana State drive after Dayton took a 21-7 lead. Simon had 11 tackles (six solo) and was credited with half a tackle for loss on Dayton’s lone tackle behind the line of scrimmage.  

  • Michael Armstead, San Diego
    SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    Michael Armstead, San Diego

    Senior | Wide Receiver
    Monterey, California

    Armstead’s 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown helped San Diego stay neck-and-neck with #4 UC Davis before falling 38-35, Saturday. His kickoff return for a score provided the Toreros with their first points of the contest. Armstead finished with 152 kickoff return yards for his second-straight 100-yard combined kick return outing. He now has an FCS-leading 372 combined kick return yards, 110 more than the next closest return specialist.

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