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Former Pounder Michael McGhee Is SAA Conference Offensive Player Of The Week

Monday, September 19, 2022 - by Jeff Neal
Michael McGhee
Michael McGhee

Michael McGhee, former Pounder at Chattanooga Central, is now in his senior year pounding at Sewanee.

For his performance Saturday in a 41-6 win over Westminster (MO) he was named offensive player of the week in the Southern Athletic Association.

McGhee has 284 yards on 43 carries in the first three games of the season for an average of 6.6 yards a carry. Against Westminster he rushed the ball 15 times for 125 yards and had two touchdowns.

For his career, he has nearly 1,000 yards combined both rushing and receiving.

After a week off the Tigers will close out four straight games at home versus Millsaps in their SAA opener set to kickoff at Harris Stadium at 1 p.m.

- photo by Buck Butler, University of the South

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