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Bandy is the fifth Torero to earn first-team accolades in program history, and Cooney is the fourth player to claim second-team honors.It is the third consecutive year the Toreros have had at least one player named to the AP All-America team after Jonah Hodges (RB, 2nd) in 2016 and(DE, 1st) in 2017.Bandy had a breakout junior season, finishing the regular season ranked first in the FCS in receiving yards (1,427) and receiving yards per game (142.7), second in receiving touchdowns (14) and fifth in total touchdowns (14). He set the FCS record for average yards per catch (minimum 10 receptions) at 32.4 during victory against Davidson.Bandy finished the season with 1,698 receiving yards the 5th most in a single season in FCS history and his average of 141.5 receiving yards per game is 10th-best all-time.Bandy was a unanimous first-team All-PFL Offense selection. He also set the USD record for receiving yards in a single game (324) in victory against Davidson, which is eighth most in FCS history.Cooney earned his third consecutive first-team All-PFL Offense honor after a stellar senior season. He limited opponents to 15 total pressures on the season (0.8 per game) and averaged 9.4 knockdowns per game, including a season-high of 12 at UC Davis.Cooney graded above 90 percent for entire season and was the leader and captain of an offensive line that limited opponents to 8.0 sacks on the season (1-per-54 attempts), which was fifth-best in the FCS and No.