Vote for the Miracle Auto Group Players of the Week for Week 2!

Vote for the Miracle Auto Group Players of the Week for Week 2!

Fans can cast their vote for the Miracle Auto Group Players of the Week awards for Week 2 games.

The poll will be open until noon Central time on Wednesday, Aug. 30. Votes can be cast once a day.

Make sure to watch the Midstate :48 each Wednesday on our YouTube channel to see who we select as the winner. Our team submits their votes, and the fans’ poll winner gets one vote on the show as well. If there’s a tie, the fans’ voting serves as the tiebreaker and the higher-finishing player wins.

New this season, we’re honoring a Line of the Week each week. We’re taking coach nominations as well as poring through stats to determine the finalists, then your votes (and your votes alone) decide that winner.

Here are the finalists, in alphabetical order, for the Player of the Week award for Week 2:

Ty Collins, Nolensville: Collins threw for 273 yards and four touchdowns on 14-of-18 passing and added eight carries for 66 yards in the Knights’ 50-24 victory at Antioch.  

Luke Dickens, Station Camp: Dickens was 10-of-19 passing for 173 yards and rushed for 163 yards and five touchdowns on 18 carries in the Bison’s 42-39 loss to visiting Gallatin.  

Andy Griffith, Mt. Juliet Christian: Griffith blocked two extra points and a punt, made seven tackles, and finished with three sacks in the Saints’ 36-28 victory at Lookout Valley.  

Isaiah Groves, East Robertson: Groves ran for 230 yards on five carries with two touchdowns in the Indians’ 69-0 win over visiting Houston County.  

Tyson Wolcott, Friendship Christian: Wolcott rushed for 305 yards and four touchdowns on 31 carries, caught one pass for four yards, made three tackles and recovered two fumbles in the Commanders’ 35-13 victory at DCA.

Here are the finalists, in alphabetical order, for the Line of the Week award for Week 2:

Clarksville offense: The Wildcats’ offense rushed for 416 yards and six touchdowns in their 42-7 rout of visiting Springfield.

Friendship Christian offense: The Commanders did not allow a sack and led the way for 312 rushing yards in their 35-13 win at DCA.

Glencliff defense: The Colts’ defense allowed 53 total yards, forced five fumbles and recovered four, recorded 18 tackles for a loss and three sacks in their 44-6 rout of visiting RePublic.

Green Hill defense: The Hawks held West Creek to 38 total yards and recorded five tackles for a loss in a 37-0 win over visiting West Creek.

This poll has ended (since 22 days).

Who is your choice for Player of the Week?

Luke Dickens, Station Camp
Tyson Wolcott, Friendship Christian
Ty Collins, Nolensville
Andy Griffith, Mt. Juliet Christian
Isaiah Groves, East Robertson

Who is your choice for Line of the Week?

Friendship Christian offense
Green Hill defense
Clarksville offense
Glencliff defense

Previous winners:

Week 1: Thomas Santel, Siegel (Player of the Week); Hendersonville offense (Line of the Week)


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