Texas A&M awards tracker: Week 2

September, 11, 2012
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Each week throughout the season, GigEmNation will take a look at the Aggies players that are on awards watch lists and how they fare. Here's a glance what each player has accomplished after the Aggies' season opener against Florida.

CB Dustin Harris, Sr.: Hornung
Harris returned just two punts for minus-5 yards.

RB Christine Michael, Sr: Maxwell, Doak Walker
Michael had several touches in his first game back after a knee injury shortened his 2011. He carried the ball 13 times for 33 yards and a touchdown and caught three passes for 15 yards.

DE Damontre Moore, Jr.: Hendricks
Moore had the best individual week of any of the Aggies. He registered 10 total tackles, seven solo tackles and three sacks. The statistics earned him SEC co-Defensive Lineman of the Week honors and he's now the nation's leader in sacks.

WR Uzoma Nwachukwu, Sr.: Biletnikoff
Nwachukwu started but did not register a catch against Florida.

LB Sean Porter, Sr.: Bednarik, Butkus
Porter had a solid day with seven tackles (four solos) and a half-sack.

WR Ryan Swope, Sr.: Biletnikoff
The Aggies were able to get the ball to Swope a few times but Florida allowed him to do little with it as he caught five passes for 16 yards.

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