Antonio Andrews and Xavius Boyd paired up to win the top three awards.
Brandon Doughty threw for 255 yards and three touchdowns.
Antonio Andrews, the nation's leading rusher once recruited to play at West Point, ran for 117 yards and the game-winning touchdown with 32 seconds left as Western Kentucky came back to beat Army 21-17 Saturday in the teams' first meeting.
WKU vs. Tennessee at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn.
2013 Game High Stats:
Receptions: 6(four times)
Yards: 101 at Army (11/9/13)
Touchdowns: 2 (two times)
McNeal has started all 12 games this season. He led the team this season with 46 receptions, 599 yards and five receiving touchdowns. At Army he led the team with six receptions for 101 yards and two touchdowns. In the last game of the regular season against Arkansas State he led the team with five receptions and two receiving touchdowns. He also finished second on the team in all-purpose yards with 638.
McNeal returned to high-caliber form after sitting out a year due to injury, leading all Hilltoppers in touchdown receptions with six while finishing second on the team in catches (43) and yards (556). He caught the third touchdown pass of his career and first since 2010 in the season opener against Austin Peay on Sept. 1, finishing the game with two catches for 23 yards. McNeal found the endzone again at Kentucky on Sept. 15, catching a 13-yard touchdown in the 32-31 overtime win. He posted his second-straight game with a touchdown catch against Southern Miss on Sept. 22, hauling in a career-best 36-yard pass from Kawaun Jakes. McNeal recorded six catches for 68 yards in a nationally-televised win at Troy on Oct. 11. He racked up career highs in receptions (seven) and yards (120) while also scoring a touchdown versus ULM on Oct. 20. McNeal put on another impressive performance against Middle Tennessee on Nov. 1, reeling in seven catches for 119 yards in the nationally-televised game. He led the Hilltoppers in catches with four against both Florida Atlantic on Nov. 10 and Louisiana-Lafayette on Nov. 17, scoring a touchdown against the Owls. McNeal tallied 50 receiving yards off of three catches against Central Michigan on Dec. 26 in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, including two catches of 20-plus yards on third down during WKU's final drive.
McNeal redshirted after suffering a season-ending injury prior to the 2011 season.
McNeal earned Freshman All-America honors as a kickoff returner from the Football Writers Association of America. He played in all 12 games during his freshman campaign, drawing starts at wide receiver against North Texas on Oct. 30 and Troy on Nov. 27. He led the Hilltoppers with 44 kickoff returns, going for 968 yards, an average of 22 yards per return. That average ranked sixth in the Sun Belt Conference and 92nd nationally. McNeal had a 90-yard return for a touchdown against Kentucky on Sept. 11 in the second game of the season, while also returning two punts for eight yards in the contest. He finished the year ranked third on the team with 26 catches for 360 yards and a pair of touchdowns, averaging 13.8 yards per catch and 30 receiving yards per game. He had a season-best five catches and 88 receiving yards in WKU's victory at Louisiana-Lafayette on Oct. 23. McNeal caught his first-career touchdown one week earlier against ULM on Oct. 16. His other scoring catch came on the final play of regulation at Arkansas State on Nov. 13, a game the Hilltoppers won in overtime. He also picked up 70 rushing yards on the year. McNeal finished the season second on the team with 1,408 all-purpose yards. His 117.3 all-purpose yards per game ranked fifth in the league and 50th nationally.
McNeal led all of Manatee County in receiving yards with 724 to go along with 48 receptions in 2008. He rushed 24 times for 107 yards and a pair of touchdowns and also completed two passes for 23 yards with both passes going for touchdowns. He earned All-Area and All-District honors in 2008. McNeal lettered and started all four years for the Braden River football team while also lettering four years on the hardwood for the Pirate basketball team.