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FIU's Gaitor: Sun Belt Defensive Player Of the Week

From the 'It Would Have Been A Crime If It Went To Someone Else' File, Anthony Gaitor has been named the Sun Belt's defensive player of the week for his lockdown coverage of Troy's Jerrel Jernigan in FIU's 52-35 victory Saturday.

Gaitor limited Jernigan, a front runner for the conference's offensive player of the year, to 10 catches for 32 yards -- surely vaulting himself into the debate for the Sun Belt's top defender of the 2010 debate.

North Texas' Lance Dunbar took home the weekly offensive awards for his 226-yard day in UNT's upset of Middle Tennessee.


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he deserves it.

You know It looked like Jernigan was having his day against Gaitor, with stiff arms and all the catches... but at the end, it was 3.2 yrds per catch on 10 receptions...
Considering that he was mearly shadowing him out of the MikeLB spot and not truely one on one, It was truly a great defensive performance that I didn't recognize during the game....

Also, did anyone notice that no. 71 Caylin was moved accross the line to take on FUTURE NFL Draft pick #94 at times and actually dominated him... 94 kep crying for flags...LOL

Cedrick Mack was a monster also!! WOW!!! DOMINATE AND DISCOURAGE!!! and we are seeing it now.

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