WR Brady Tyre, Marshall: CSU’s defensive backfield had no answers for the Thundering Herd’s top weapon on the outside. Tyre caught six passes for 165 yards, for a 27.5-yards-per-catch average, plus a touchdown.
RB Keion Davis, Marshall: For the first time since 2014, Marshall featured two 100-yard rushers in the same game. Davis torched CSU’s defense for 141 yards and a touchdown on just 18 carries.
WR Olabisi Johnson, CSU: In the absence of a dominant performance from receiver Michael Gallup, Johnson stepped up with six catches for 119 yards.