Philadelphia Soul quarterback Dan Raudabaugh has been awarded the Russell Offensive Player of the Week award for Week 10 following a dominating performance in the team's win over the Tampa Bay Storm. Wide receiver Ryan McDaniel was awarded the Cutters Catch of the Week for his a one-handed touchdown grab late in the game.
More from the team press release:
Raudabaugh (6'3, 230, Miami (OH)) threw with precision, as he connected on 20 of 23 passes for 297 yards and seven touchdowns. Raudabaugh threw no interceptions in his guidance of the Soul's 312 yards of total offense.
"I'm happy to receive this award," explained Soul quarterback Dan Raudabaugh. "But it was a team effort for me to be able to get this. The linemen did their blocking, the receivers made their catches, Ross punched it in on the goal line and everyone did what they needed to do. This award reflects the efforts of us as a team and I really have to say thank you to my teammates for putting me into this position."
McDaniel (6'3, 200, Samford) caught the one-handed grab at the 9:24 mark of the fourth quarter to put the Soul up 19 points. McDaniel has caught a team-high nine touchdowns over the course of the past four weeks.
The Philadelphia Soul return home this week to host the Arizona Rattlers on Saturday, June 1 at 4 p.m. The game will be televised on the Comcast Network.