Raynard is 26-0 as a starter in his career. That's crazy!
Thats the winning stat.
Should be, except it's the player of the YEAR, not career. It's similar to the argument folks were making that Payton Manning should've won the Heisman the year Charles Woodson got it because of Manning's body of work over all four years of play. They only give the award for what you did that year.
Now they should give him weight for qbing a team that has so far gone 12-0 this year. Without his steady play it's rather doubtful that would've happened.
Raynard’s Redemption: A&T quarterback thriving after injury An injury ended Lamar Raynard’s 2016 season. The newly crowned MEAC Offensive Player of The Year’s persistence has paid off.
by Steven J. Gaither December 5, 2017
This time last year, Lamar Raynard was hoping for redemption. The North Carolina A&T quarterback missed the tail end of his first season as a starter after tearing his pec in practice, just before his team’s big game against North Carolina Central.
Raynard got his redemption this season and on Tuesday, was named the MEAC’s Offensive Player of The Year. The announcement took place at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.
His win marks the fourth year in a row an Aggie has won the award, as former teammate and current Bears running back Tarik Cohen won it from 2014 through 2016. Raynard is the first Aggie quarterback to win the award since Connell Maynor in 1991 and joins Alan Hooker (1986) and Ellsworth Turner (1976).