Fans can cast their vote for the Miracle Auto Group Players of the Week awards for Week 4 games.
The poll will be open until noon Central time on Wednesday, Sept. 13. Votes can be cast once a day.
Make sure to watch the Midstate :48 live each Wednesday at 7 p.m. 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, and 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 4:
Mitchell Carey, DCA: Carey was 15-of-20 passing for 277 yards and five touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 42-3 win over visiting Providence Christian.
CJ Cobbins, Springfield: Cobbins returned four kickoffs for 221 yards and a touchdown, caught two passes for 16 yards and a touchdown, rushed five times for 23 yards, had four tackles, two pass breakups and two interceptions in the Yellow Jackets’ 34-33 victory over visiting Station Camp.
JoJo Crump, Father Ryan: Crump was 8-of-12 passing for 242 yards and four touchdowns; and rushed 15 times for 189 yards and three scores in the Irish’ 56-21 win over visiting Brentwood Academy.
Knox Roberts, Davidson Academy: Roberts was 25-of-37 passing for 384 yards and four touchdowns, and ran eight times for 21 yards and a score in the Bears’ 43-26 victory over visiting BGA.
Keshawn Tarleton, Pearl-Cohn: Tarleton threw for 226 yards and five touchdowns in the Firebirds’ 41-14 victory over visiting PURE Academy.
Here are the finalists, in alphabetical order, for the Line of the Week award for Week 4:
DCA defense: The Wildcats held Providence Christian to 109 total yards and 2-11 third downs.
Father Ryan offense: The Irish front led the way for 593 yards of total offense (375 rushing, 242 passing) and did not give up a sack in the 56-21 victory over Brentwood Academy.
FRA defense: The Panthers’ defense held Goodpasture to 109 total yards, 1-7 on third downs and recorded two safeties in their 69-7 victory.
Nolensville defense: The Knights allowed 23 total yards on 22 plays, recorded a sack, an interception, a fumble recovery, a blocked punt, and nine tackles for a loss in a 55-0 win over visiting Glencliff.
Trousdale County defense: The Yellow Jackets held RePublic to 52 total yards, and two first downs, recorded three sacks and forced a fumble in a 48-8 win.
Week 1: Thomas Santel, Siegel (Player of the Week); Hendersonville offense (Line of the Week)
Week 2: Tyson Wolcott, Friendship Christian (Player of the Week); Friendship Christian offense (Line of the Week)
Week 3: Cam Shields, James Lawson (Player of the Week), Brentwood offense (Line of the Week)