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Morris, Feterik Receive First Postseason Honors

PROVO, Utah -- Senior linebacker Rob Morris was today selected as a Football News All-American. Morris, a third-team selection was also named, along with senior quarterback Kevin Feterik, to the Football News All-Mountain West Conference team.

The complete list of All-Americans and All-Conference selections will be released in the December 4th edition of Football News. Each team was selected by the publication's editorial staff.

Following are the updated bios for both Morris and Feterik:

#44 Rob Morris

Linebacker; 6-2; 245; Sr.; Nampa, Idaho

Despite missing four games to injury, ranked second on the BYU defense in total tackles, recording 77 on the season ... Produced 45 solo and a team-best 32 assisted takedowns ... Produced 10 tackles for a loss of 60 yards ... Wrapped up six sacks on the season and caused four QB hurries and one pass break-up ... Forced two fumbles (one of which was recovered by Hans Olsen and returned for a touchdown) ... Was named the Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Week after recording a game-high 15 tackles in the Cougars' 30-7 win over San Diego State ... Collected a season-high five tackles for a combined loss of 30 yards, including three sacks for minus-25 yards against the Aztecs ... Produced four games (of the seven he played) with 10 or more tackles, including three straight games with 13 or more tackles ... Named the linebacker of the game by the BYU coaches following games against UNLV, San Diego State and Wyoming ... Helped BYU produce the league's toughest defense against the run, allowing just just over 100 yards per game ... Helped BYU produce the league's second-ranked defense, allowing just over 307 yards per game.

#7 Kevin Feterik

Quarterback; 6-0; 200; Sr.; Los Alamitos, California

After 11 regular-season games, ranks 16th nationally in passing efficiency (138.9), 8th nationally in total offense (316.1) and has lead the Cougars to a 8th-place ranking in passing offense, averaging 324.3 yards per game and also a 15th-place ranking in total offense (425.6 yards per game)...Named Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week and the USA National Player of the Week after completing 39-of-59 attempts in a 35-28 win over Washington in the Cougars' season-opener, including three touchdown passes...Used 12 different receivers against the Huskies to total 501 yards -- the most passing yards by a BYU quarterback since the first game of the 1996 season...Set a Cougar Stadium record with 59 pass attempts and paced BYU to 37 first downs, another stadium record against the Huskies...Followed the season-opener with a 310-yard passing performance against Colorado State, leading BYU to a 34-13 victory...Was named the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week for a second straight week with two TD passes on 28-of-37 attempts against the Rams...Completed 28-of-47 attempts against Virginia for 303 yards -- his third straight 300-yard performance of the season...Led a BYU comeback that included three touchdown passes, as the Cougars fell just five points shy of overcoming a 22-point deficit against Virginia...Equaled a career-high four touchdown completions on 23-of-36 attempts for 289 yards in a 34-31 overtime win at Utah State...Tallied four TD completions for a second straight week in a 38-28 win over Cal, completing 25-of-41 attempts for 414 yards -- his fourth 300-yard performance of the season...In just three quarters of play, tallied 211 yards passing on 15-of-27 attempts in a 31-7 win at New Mexico...Connected with Doug Jolley in the first quarter (at UNLV) to collect his 46th career touchdown completion...Is 8-3 as a starter when passing for over 300 yards...Ranks 9th on BYU's all-time touchdown completions list with 53 TDs...With his 262-yard performance against San Diego State, improved to 17-4 as a starter when passing for over 200 yards...Finished his career at 17-6 when passing for over 200 yards...Including the Utah game, has completed at least one touchdown pass in 16 straight games, including 19 of his last 20 games...Over 452 attempts, has thrown just 15 interceptions, averaging only one miscue every 30.1 attempts...Has thrown a career-high 25 touchdown completions on the season...Earned Mountain West Player-of-the-Week honors after completing 24-of-33 passes against Air Force, including a 14-for-15 performance in the first half ... With 309 yards passing against Utah, logged his sixth 300-yard game of the season.