Maryland linebacker Cole Farrand and kicker Brad Craddock earn weekly honors

September 29, 2014|By Matt Zenitz | Baltimore Sun Media Group

Maryland senior inside linebacker Cole Farrand and junior kicker Brad Craddock were both selected for weekly honors Monday.

Farrand became the second Terp in as many weeks to be named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week. (Cornerback Will Likely won the award last week.)

Craddock was the choice for the Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Top Star of the Week.

Farrand had 19 tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss and a pass deflection during Maryland’s 37-15 win over Indiana and helped the Terps limit a high-scoring Hoosiers offense to just 332 yards of total offense.

Craddock was 3 of 3 on field goals against Indiana and is now 10 for 10 for the season. Two of Craddock’s makes against the Hoosiers were from 48 yards.

Craddock also had two touchbacks on kickoffs against Indiana.

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