He saved his best performance of the 2012 season for his last game. It was only fitting that it would be a Joe Glendening fourth down conversion followed by a Joe Glendening touchdown on the next play that would secure Hillsdale its 7th win of the season and a share of its third straight divisional title on Saturday at Northwood.
Glendening’s 212 yards was enough to place him atop the GLIAC rushing standings at 137.9 yards per game. Not only did Glendening lead in yards per game, he also led the league in total rushing yards with 1517. That was sixty more than Notre Dame’s Pedro Powell.
Below is the complete list courtesy of GLIAC.org