Two-time Big South Offensive Player of the Year and 2010 Walter Payton Award candidate Mike Brown is the featured quarterback on the Sports Network's Top 10 FCS quarterbacks preseason preview. Last year, Brown finished the season as the top offensive FCS player in the country by averaging 346.4 total offensive yards per game. He led the program to its fourth-straight Big South Conference championship and a No. 19 final ranking in the Sports Network/Fathead.com FCS Top 25 listing. Below is a link to the full feature article, the first of an eight-part series featuring the best FSC players at various positions, as defined by the Sports Network's FCS Executive Director Craig Haley. Top 10 FCS quarterbacks By Craig Haley, Sports Network FCS Executive Director Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Mike Brown the Liberty quarterback plans to one day become Mike Brown the football coach.
Here's his scouting report of his favorite quarterback - Mike Brown, of course:
"Hard working, passionate guy about everything he does. Perfectionist. I'm never quite satisfied with anything because I'm always just trying to find a way to get better."
The way Brown believes he can get better this season is to lead Liberty to the FCS playoffs for the first time. The Flames have won or shared each of the last four Big South Conference championships, but have fallen short of qualifying for the playoffs in each season. Last year, they were Big South tri-champs with Coastal Carolina and Stony Brook, and Coastal Carolina earned the tie-breaker to secure the conference's first-ever automatic bid to the playoffs." Click here to read the full feature article.
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