After winning a grueling game against rival Sacramento State to close the season, coach Bob Biggs and quarterback Randy Wright talked at the press conference about how senior linebacker Jordan Glass was the most valuable player on the team this year.
The senior communications major from Elk Grove, Calif. transferred to Davis after playing two years at Utah State and has made a huge difference for the Aggies.
In that one game against the Hornets alone, Glass led the team with 12 tackles, a blocked PAT returned for a safety and the game-clinching interception.
Glass had numerous games where he continually made game-changing plays, and for that he is named an honorable mention for Athlete of the Quarter awards. His 83 tackles led the team, as did his three interceptions and three quarterback hurries. Glass also had 8.5 tackles for loss, third on the team behind two defensive linemen.
— Jason Min