Football - Mon, Sep. 27, 2010
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BARBOURVILLE, Ky. - Union senior running back Terence Pollock earned the Mid-South Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors after his record-setting performance against UVa-Wise, the league announced Monday.

Also receiving league weekly honors were Cumberlands' Brenden Kelly (Defensive) and Mitchell Mascaro (Special Teams).

This is the second time this season Pollock's received the honor and the fourth in his career.

The Orange Park, Fla., native carried the ball 20 times for an 11.6-yard per carry average en route to his first-ever 200-yard rushing game. Pollock also broke Union's 25-year, single-game rushing record as he finished with 231 yards.

Pollock scored on 40, 35, 6 and 1-yard runs in the Bulldogs' 61-26 win over UVa.-Wise. His four touchdowns also tied a program single-game record.

Pollock leads the MSC and is sixth in the NAIA with a 132-yard per game average. His eight touchdowns also lead the conference.

Union returns to action Saturday when it travels to Williamsburg, Ky., to face Cumberlands. Game time is set for 1:30 p.m.