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Schrader is coming off 162 yards and four touchdowns on the ground in a win over Morehead State. His 561 rushing yards rank fifth among all FCS freshmen and his 11 total touchdowns rank third. The Rice Award winner will be announced at The Sports Network FCS Awards Presentation Dec. 15 in Philadelphia. 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