The 2019 college football season in the Missouri Valley Conference has been crazy from start to finish and there were so many storylines every single week.

The storylines that were featured throughout the regular season featured a lot of these players.

The other individual honors went to some of the leagues absolute best and all just happened to be on the #1 NDSU Bison.

Offensive Player of the Year:  QB Trey Lance, North Dakota State
Defensive Player of the Year:  DE Derrek Tuszka, North Dakota State
Newcomer of the Year: QB Trey Lance, North Dakota State
Freshman of the Year: QB Trey Lance, North Dakota State
'Bruce Craddock' MVFC Coach of the Year:  Matt Entz, North Dakota State

Locally, there were numerous players from South Dakota State and the University of South Dakota that received honors.

There were a total of 10 Jackrabbit's that made the list including three on the first team.

Running back Pierre Strong Jr., wide receiver Cade Johnson and linebacker Christian Rozeboom all landed on the first team with their great years on the field.

USD had six players honored with All-Conference nods including their punter Brady Schutt with first team honors.

The Coyotes saw their season come to a end without a trip to the playoffs while SDSU will face off against UNI in the FCS Playoffs this Saturday.


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