(STATS) -- Perhaps by the time the FCS top freshman is done with his college career, there will be a second Hines Field in Pittsburgh.Duquesne running back A.J. Hines has been named the STATS FCS Jerry Rice Award winner, edging South Dakota State linebacker Christian Rozeboom by a single vote for the nations best freshman.A national panel of over 150 sports information and media relations directors, broadcasters, writers and other dignitaries voted on the Rice Award, which had 23 finalists from 12 FCS conferences.Playing a few miles away across the Allegheny River from Heinz Field, the home of the Steelers, Hines was a big reason the Dukes won a share of a second straight Northeast Conference title. He ran for a Duquesne freshman record 1,291 yards and 13 touchdowns, the most in either category by any Dukes running back since senior Mike Hilliard (1,544 yards, 15 TDs) in 2003.Nicknamed Baby Gurley at Wilson, North Carolinas Fike High School, after former Georgia and current Los Angeles Rams tailback Todd Gurley, Hines hadnt even heard of Duquesne until last summer. He was initially a Richmond recruit but had admissions issues, so instead of doing a semester of prep school and hoping to eventually qualify, Hines answered a call from Duquesne.The Dukes are glad he did.Hines got 30 first-place votes from the panel and needed every one of them, finishing with 333 overall points -- one more than Rozeboom. The Jackrabbits linebacker finished second while Sam Houston State receiver Nathan Stewart was third with 295 points despite amassing 25 first-place votes to Rozebooms 22.Hines is the third running back to win in six years of the Jerry Rice Awards existence, joining Towsons Terrance West (2011) and Fordhams Chase Edmonds (2014). Northern Arizona quarterback Case Cookus was the 2015 recipient.The Jerry Rice Award voting reflected the regular season and was conducted before the start of the FCS playoffs.---=1. A.J. Hines, RB, Duquesne: 30-20-18-20-9-3332. Christian Rozeboom, LB, South Dakota State: 22-28-17-13-7-3323. Nathan Stewart, WR, Sam Houston State: 25-14-23-15-15-2954. Tyrie Adams, QB, Western Carolina: 20-12-15-5-14-2175. Marlon Bridges, S, Jacksonville State: 19-15-10-9-13-2166. Chase Fourcade, QB, Nicholls: 10-13-11-7-9-1587. Jerry Louie-McGee, WR, Montana: 7-5-8-14-14-1218. Sully Laiche, DL, Nicholls: 3-10-13-7-8-1169. Shane Simpson, RB, Towson: 5-11-6-7-3-10410. Stephen Calvert, QB, Liberty: 1-4-4-3-9-4811. Steven Newbold, WR, Tennessee State: 3-2-2-6-4-4512. Gee Stanley, LB, Robert Morris: 1-2-4-5-8-4313. Jordan Bentley, RB, Alabama A&M: 2-1-3-8-3-4214. Jaylan Foster, DB, Gardner-Webb: 1-2-3-6-4-38t-15. Joe Logan, RB, Northern Arizona: 1-4-3-1-5-37t-15. Torrey Hunt, DB, North Dakota: 2-2-4-2-3-3717. Prince Smith, Jr., CB, New Hampshire: 0-3-1-6-6-33t-18. Alex Probert, K, Liberty: 0-3-1-4-6-29t-18. Ryan Stanley, QB, Florida A&M: 1-2-4-0-4-2920. Corey Parker, S, William & Mary: 2-1-2-2-4-2821. Pop Lacey, S, New Hampshire: 0-1-3-2-6-2322. Max Roberts, LB, Fordham: 1-1-1-0-1-1323. Elijah Burress, QB, Campbell: 0-0-0-1-1-3A first-place vote was worth five points, a second-place vote four points, a third-place vote three points, a fourth-place vote two points and a fifth-place vote one point. Cheap Soccer Jerseys Outlet . 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Connor Chartier also scored for the Chiefs (3-0-0). Luke Harrison spoiled Garrett Hughsons shutout bid with a power-play goal at 13:17 of the third period. The Spokane goaltender finished with 28 saves, including a Brandon Fushimi penalty shot in the second period that would have tied the game 1-1. LINCOLN, Neb. -- Nebraska hadnt planned to run its offense through Tai Webster and Jack McVeigh Saturday. It just worked out that the pair each had career scoring nights to lead the Huskers over Louisiana Tech 65-54.Webster had 17 of his 23 points in the first half, many of them coming off drives to the basket on which he either scored or went to the free throw line where he hit 7 of 8 shots.It just kind of played out that way, Webster said of his drives. Theyre a real aggressive defensive team and they force a lot of turnovers, obviously, Im living proof of it. I was just trying to match the aggression and not let me be on the back foot from it. Just attack them, bring the game to them.McVeigh scored 16 of his 21 points in the second half after the Bulldogs sent multiple defenders at Webster.Honestly, the shots just came to me, McVeigh said. They extended the pressure and with the pressure comes rotations and with rotations theres an open man. My teammates found me. Four of the six (field goals) were assisted on. Theyre easy looks when Im getting good passes from my teammates.Nebraska (3-0) led 45-41 when McVeigh hit a 3-pointer with 11:56 left, followed that up with a layup and Evan Taylor knocked down a jumper with 9:53 remaining that put the Huskers up 52-41.Louisiana Tech (1-2) traded baskets with Nebraska over the next six minutes, with Ed Morrow Jrs dunk giving the Huskers a 60-50 lead with 3:53 left. But Nebraska didnt hit another field goal.The Bulldogs Erik McCree hit a pair of jumpers to cut the Nebraska lead to six with 57 seconds left. But McVeigh hit two of three free throws and Webster added a pair to seal the win.Theres no question, we really just couldnt get over the hump and really build some momentum, said Louisiana Tech coach Eric Konkol. It seemed like every time we got close, we missed a shot or we turned it over or theyd get a bucket on the other end. We just coulldnt get over the hump tonight.dddddddddddd Got to give them a lot of credit. I thought they played some stingy defense and made it very difficult on us.Nebraska coach Tim Miles also praised the defense of his six primary players and particularly their toughness at the end.I thought the last four minutes we were a very, very tough team, Miles said. I thought there was a stretch in there where they were out-toughing us. But I thought we finished it the way they were doing it earlier. That was really important. Were not going to win otherwise.Nebraska won the game at the free throw line, outscoring Louisiana Tech by 15 from the stripe. The Huskers hit 11 of 12 first half free throws while Louisiana Tech was just 4 of 10. Nebraska hit 10 of 12 free throws in the second half. The Bulldogs were 2 of 2.McCree led Louisiana Tech with 16 points.QUOTABLEMcVeigh and Webster are roommates and were asked who had to buy dinner since they both had career highs Saturday. Webster replied: I guess I have to, hes the older one. Ill probably cook something. Out of the two, Im the best. He hooked me up the other day with some good seafood. So well see.THE BIG PICTURENebraska: Nebraska continues to search for production from its bench. Nebraskas non-starters contributed just 2 points in the first half and six in the second half in a combined 53 minutes of time on the floor.Louisiana Tech: Louisiana Tech has one more trip to a power 5 conference school in its first six games, playing at California on Nov. 30. The Bulldogs have lost at South Carolina and Nebraska.UP NEXTNebraska travels to Fullerton, Calif. where it will meet Dayton in the opening round of the Wooden Legacy tournament Thursday.Louisiana Tech returns home to Ruston, La. where it will host Oklahoma Baptist Wednesday. ' ' '