November 29, 2012 | Vol. 116 -- No. 32

Five Eagles on All-Big Sky First Team

All-league honors go to 22 Eastern players

Last year at this time Brandon Kaufman was hobbling around on crutches, one of a host of Eastern Eagles out of the line-up due to injuries.

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Paul Delaney
Eastern Washington’s T.J. Lee III snags an interception in front of Washington State’s Dominique Williams, Sept. 8. Plays like this earned Lee selection to the All-Big Sky First Team with four other Eagle teammates.

In 2012 Kaufman has shown he’s fully recovered and the junior wide receiver heads a list of five Eagles who were recently named to the All-Big Sky Conference’s first team.

Kaufman, Eastern’s nominee as the league’s Big Sky Offensive Player of the Year, was an All-American and again a first-team all conference player in 2010, helping lead the Eagles to the 2010 NCAA Division I national championship. He earned an injury redshirt in 2011 after suff...

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