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Carden Picks Up Another Honor

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East Carolina junior Shane Carden has been named the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Player of the Week following his record-setting performance in the Pirates' 52-38 win over future C-USA member Old Dominion.

Carden established new single-game school records with 447 passing yards and 46 completions, while matching a program-best with five touchdown throws. In all, he completed 46-of-54 attempts (85.2 percent) without an interception to record his second career 400-yard passing effort, his fifth 300-plus and ninth 200-plus game. Twenty-one (21) of Carden's 46 completions went for 10 or more yards and he opened the contest by completing his first nine passes (and 15-of-16).

                          
     
 
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