South of the Border: America gets introduced to CFC100 RB Chase Brown

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  • Illinois CFC100 RB Chase Brown had his breakout game of the season, and calling it just that doesn’t do it justice at all. He ran for 257 yards and 2 TDs on 26 carries in a win against Charlotte. On the defensive side of the ball, in a close loss against Texas Tech, West Virginia CFC40 S Alonzo Addae had 8 tackles and a PBU, while elsewhere, CFC100 LB Isaiah Bagnah had 5 tackles and 3 sacks against Nevada in a 10-point loss.


  • One Canadian out, another in! Steelers CFC100 WR Chase Claypool was inactive this week with a hamstring injury, but as Panthers star RB Christian McCaffrey was dealing with a hamstring injury of his own, rookie CFC100 RB Chuba Hubbard got to make his first NFL start this week, and he had a solid performance. The former Oklahoma State star rushed for 57 yards on 13 carries and had a couple catches for 14 yards through the air. Rams S Taylor Rapp also registered 12 tackles in a loss to the Cards this week.


  • A couple other NFL performances worth noting came in week 3, as Steelers WR Chase Claypool caught 9 passes for 96 yards, seeing 15 targets with Diontae Johnson out and Juju Smith-Schuster getting hurt. Also can’t omit Chargers CB Tevaughn Campbell from this column, as in the team’s upset win over Kansas City he was a key player, registering 4 tackles, 2 forced fumbles, and 2 PBUs. 



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