Former Bulldog Terry Godwin named offensive MVP in college All-Star game

Former Georgia receiver Terry Godwin was named the offensive most valuable player of the East-West Shrine Game Saturday in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Godwin had two touchdown receptions, from 6 and 18 yards, for the East. He finished with four catches for 80 yards in the game.

Brett Rypien and Easton Stick each threw a touchdown pass to help the West beat the East 21-17.

Rypien, a Boise State standout and nephew of former NFL quarterback Mark Rypien, was 10 of 14 for 134 yards.

Stick, from North Dakota State, completed 5 of 8 passes for 51 yards.

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Purdue's David Blough was 10-of-15 passing for 149 yards.

Pittsburgh’s Darrin Hall Jr. was the game’s leading rusher with 77 yards on 12 carries.

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