Andrews was named to the Hornung Award Weekly Honor Roll for the second consecutive week - and third time this season. Only Northwestern's Venric Mark has been on the honor roll more times this year as he was selected for a fourth time this week. Andrews was also named the CPFA's National All-Purpose Performer of the Week.
Andrews racked up 340 all-purpose yards against the Owls on Saturday, and in the process broke both the WKU and Sun Belt Conference single-season records for all-purpose yardage. He enters this week's game at Louisiana-Lafayette with 2,312 yards, surpassing the previous school record of 2,101 set by Bobby Rainey in 2009, and the league record of 2,264 established by Troy's Jerrel Jernigan during that same 2009 campaign.
The performance against FAU came on the heels of a career-best 392 all-purpose yards the previous week against Middle Tennessee. Now averaging 231.2 all-purpose yards per game, Andrews leads the nation in that category as he surpassed USC's Marqise Lee (223.4 yards per game) this week.
Fan voting to help select the finalists for the Hornung Award is still taking place until Dec. 2 at www.votepaulhornung.com.
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