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at #11 BLOOMSBURG HUSKIES 10-1, 6-1 PSAC east SEPTEMBER Sat. 7 STONEHILL............................W, 41-13 Sat. 14 at Edinboro..............................W, 47-35 Sat. 21 at Kutztown*............................W, 31-12 Sat. 28 LOCK HAVEN*......................W, 56-10

OCTOBER Sat. 5 at Gannon.................................W, 38-14 Sat. 12 MILLERSVILLE*......................W, 45-7 Sat. 19 at East Stroudsburg*...............W, 52-38 Sat. 26 CHEYNEY*................................W, 35-7 Thu. 31 SHIPPENSBURG*................... L, 18-34

NOVEMBER Sat. 9 at #8 West Chester*................W, 31-28 Sat. 16 #18 SLIPPERY ROCK............W, 42-38 * PSAC East contest

COACHING Head Coach..... Paul Darragh (Temple ‘85, ‘89) Bloomsburg Record..................10-1 (1st year) Overall Record...........................................Same RANKINGS AFCA Poll......................................................... #11 D2Football.com Poll....................................... #10

##15 WEST CHESTER GOLDEN RAMS 11-1, 6-1 psac EAST SEPTEMBER Sat. 7 NEW HAVEN................... W, 45-14 Sat. 14 at Gannon........................... W, 56-41 Sat. 21 at Millersville*......................W, 48-3 Sat. 28 KUTZTOWN*.................. W, 22-21 OCTOBER Sat. 5 CALIFORNIA (PA).......... W, 38-31 Sat. 12 E. STROUDSBURG*........ W, 34-20 Sat. 19 at Lock Haven*.................. W, 34-13 Sat. 26 at Shippensburg*............... W, 32-29 NOVEMBER Sat. 2 at Cheyney*........................ W, 66-14 Sat. 9 #16 BLOOMSBURG*.........L, 28-31 Sat. 16 CLARION.......................... W, 41-14 Sat. 23 AMERICAN INT’L#...........W, 38-7 * PSAC East contest #NCAA Playoffs COACHING Head Coach...............Bill Zwaan (Delaware, ‘79) West Chester Record.............88-44 (11th year) Overall Record..........................................142-58 Record vs. Bloomsburg................................5-6 RANKINGS AFCA Poll .....................................................#15 D2Football.com Poll....................................... #16

#15 West Chester (11-1)

#11 Bloomsburg (10-1)

QUICK SIX -The Huskies are making their 10th appearance in the NCAA Division II Football Playoffs. Bloomsburg owns an 8-9 record in post-season play. -Bloomsburg has reached the playoffs in backto-back years for the third time in school history, also doing so in 2000-01 and 2005-06. -The Huskies are 5-2 all-time at Redman Stadium in playoff games. -Saturday marks the third time Bloomsburg and West Chester have met in the playoffs. The Huskies scored victories over WCU in 2006 (21-20) and 2008 (28-21), both at home. -Franklyn Quiteh has advanced to the national ballot for the Harlon Hill trophy for the third time. He finished sixth in the balloting in 2010 and third last year. -Lawrence Elliott Jr. ranks first in the PSAC and fifth in the nation in kickoff return average (32.3 yards/return). TODAY’S MATCHUP PSAC East rivals Bloomsburg and West Chester meet for the second time in three weeks, this time with a spot in the NCAA Division II Super Region One final on the line. Bloomsburg seeks its first playoff victory since a first round win over California (PA) in 2010 while West Chester is making its first playoff appearance since 2008 when its season was ended at the hands of the Huskies in the second round. THE HEAD COACHES Paul Darragh takes over the role of interim head coach this season after serving 16 years on the Bloomsburg coaching staff as defensive coordinator. Under Darragh’s leadership, the Huskies’ defense has ranked in the top half of the PSAC in total defense in seven of the past 11 seasons. At 9-1, he is off to the best start of any head coach in Bloomsburg football history. Bill Zwaan is in his 11th season at the helm of the Golden Rams, building WCU into a perennial PSAC power. Under Zwaan, the Rams have won three PSAC Eastern Division titles (2004, 2007, 2008) while winning conference Coach of the Year honors each time with his spread Wing-T offensive scheme. He has also led WCU to the NCAA Playoffs a schoolrecord five times including a national semifinal appearance in 2004. Zwan has 16 years of head

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coaching experience, with Saturday being his 201st game on the sidelines. He started his run at Division III Widener, posting a 54-14 record while there, setting a school record for winning percentage at .794 before moving to West Chester. LAST MEETING Bloomsburg clinched the PSAC East title with its 31-28 win at previously unbeaten and eighthranked West Chester on Nov. 9. The Huskies controlled that contest, dominating time of possession (37:46-22:14) and owned a 31-14 lead midway through the fourth quarter following an interception return for a touchdown by . West Chester made things interesting in the final seven minutes, scoring on drives of 71 and 80 yards but it was too little, too late. Bloomsburg posted 572 yards of total offense, including 310 yards on the ground, while holding WCU to 375 yards and just 70 yards of rushing. Franklyn Quiteh carried 30 times for 154 yards and a score for the Huskies while Sean McCartney tossed for 305 yards and four scores for WCU. SERIES HISTORY The Huskies have won four straight games over rival West Chester and earlier this year scored its second straight road victory at Farrell Stadium for just the second time ever, matching the accomplishment first set in 1994 and 1996. Saturday’s game marks the 72nd meeting between the schools dating back to 1925 and while BU has struggled at WCU with a 7-28 alltime record, the Huskies have had much more success at home vs. the Golden Rams, posting an 18-18 mark at Bloomsburg. The Huskies are 11-2 at Redman Stadium vs. WCU in the past two decades.

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THIS WEEK’S MATCHUP

The Last Meeting Bloomsburg 31, West Chester 28 Nov. 9, 2012 - West Chester, PA

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Scoring

Statistical Comparison

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3 14 7 7..........31 0 14 0 14..........28

} Scoring Play

Tale of the Tape

Score

BU 1 4:58 Dan Fisher 28 yd FG 3-0 WCU 2 12:56 Eddie Elliott 51 yd pass from 7-3 Sean McCartney (Leo kick) BU 2 10:35 Franklyn Quiteh 4 yd run 10-7 (Fisher kick) BU 2 4:12 Matt Wenrich 6 yd run (Fisher kick) 17-7 WCU 2 2:13 Erick Brundidge 33 yd pass from 17-14 Sean McCartney (Leo kick) BU 3 10:35 Tim Kelly 32 yd run (Fisher kick) 24-14 BU 4 7:59 Patrick 45 yd INT return 31-14 (Fisher kick) BU 4 7:38 Tim Keyser 71 yd pass from 31-21 Sean McCartney (Leo kick) BU 4 1:45 Eddie Elliott 18 yd pass from 31-28 Sean McCartney (Leo kick)

}Team Statistics........ BU........ WCU First Downs.......................................28...........................14 Rushes-Yards...........................57-310.....................25-70 Passing Yards................................. 262.........................305 Comp-Att-Int........................ 16-27-0.................16-26-1 Total Plays.........................................84...........................51 Total Offense................................. 572.........................375 Sacks By-Yards Lost...................2-15......................... 1-9 Punts-Avg.................................. 4-42.2....................7-41.0 Fumbles-Lost..................................3-1......................... 0-0 Penalties-Yards............................5-30.......................1-15 3rd Down Conv...................... 8 of 17...................1 of 10 4th Down Conv..........................0 of 1.....................1 of 2 Time of Possession...................37:46..................... 22:14

} Individual Statistics RUSHING: BLOOMSBURG - Franklyn Quiteh 30-154-1; Joe Parsnik 3-72-0; Tim Kelly 5-19-1; Matt Wenrich 4-25-1; Dai’Shon Munger 10-33-0; Brody Myers 2-13-0. WCU - Rondell White 21-88-0; Eddie Elliott 1-0-0; Sean McCartney 3-(-18)-0. PASSING: BLOOMSBURG - Tim Kelly 16-27-262 yds-0 TD-0 INT. WCU - Sean McCartney 16-26-305 yds-4 TD-1 INT. RECEIVING: BLOOMSBURG- Glenn Hutton Jr. 5-100-0; Tony Peregrin 5-52-0; Aaron Allison 2-35-0; Trent Daniels 1-50-0; Franklyn Quiteh 1-10-0; Joe Parsnik 1-9-0; Connor Gades 1-6-0. WCU - Rondell White 5-44-0; Eddie Elliott 4-79-2; Erick Brundidge 4-76-1; Tim Brown 2-35-0; Tim Keyser 1-71-1.

The Bloomsburg--WCU Series

} West Chester leads 46-25

Series Record: West Chester leads 46-25 First Meeting: 1925 - West Chester 13, Bloomsburg 0 Last Meeting: 2013 - Bloomsburg 31, WCU 28 Last Bloomsburg Win: 2013 - Bloomsburg 31, WCU 28 Last WCUWin: 2009 - WCU 30, Bloomsburg 14 Current Streak: Bloomsburg W-4

Statistical Leaders Bloomsburg Leaders

West Chester Leaders

Passing Tim Kelly

Passing Com. Att. Yds. TD Int. Sean McCartney 190 298 2906 28 11

Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Lg. Franklyn Quiteh 237 1987 8.4 27 82 Dai’Shon Munger 119 649 5.5 2 34 Joe Parsnik 77 471 6.1 3 62 Com. Att. Yds. TD Int. 126 218 1832 14 7

Receiving Glenn Hutton Jr. Tony Peregrin Connor Gades Franklyn Quiteh

Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Lg. 42 690 16.4 6 56 25 357 14.2 2 57 20 199 10.0 2 34 11 165 15.0 2 36

Rushing Rondell White Brandon Monk Eddie Elliott

Att. Yds. Avg. TD Lg. 338 1715 5.1 20 67 57 465 8.2 4 93 14 171 12.2 2 59

Receiving Erick Brundidge Rondell White Tim Keyser Adam Dempsey

Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Lg. 43 743 17.2 10 67 61 710 11.6 2 47 28 512 18.2 4 94 29 446 15.3 4 49

Defense Tckl TFL Sacks Int. Justin Shirk 111 8.0 3.0 0 Andrew Harris 68 5.5 1.0 0 Gary Postell 61 4.0 0 1 Dylan Spangler 52 3.0 0 0 Donovan Morris 45 1.5 1.0 0

Defense Ronell White Mike Labor Shawn Krautzel Balise Schieler Eric Edwers

Tckl TFL Sacks Int. 89 8.5 3.5 2 86 10.0 4.5 1 66 6.5 2.0 2 57 0 0 0 51 9.5 5.0 0

Placekicking Dan Fisher

Placekicking PAT/Att. FG/FGA Shawn Leo 12/18

Punting Will Wagner

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WCU

10-1.................... Overall Record..................11-1 39.6....................Points Per Game................ 40.1 21.4...............Points Allowed/Game........... 19.8 487.5.................. Yards Per Game............... 495.0 382.2............ Yards Allowed/Game.......... 332.9 317.6........... Rushing Offense/Game........ 206.5 87.5............. Rushing Defense/Game....... 115.3 40..................Rushing Touchdowns............. 29 169.8............ Passing Offense/Game........ 288.5 294.7............Passing Defense/Game........ 217.6 14...................Passing Touchdowns.............. 33 +0.9................... Turnover Margin............._+0.3 15/5......................Fumbles/Lost...................13/7 9.........................Had Intercepted....................12 84/742................Penalties/Yards.............84/787 22.6..................First Downs/Game...............25.6 24.1.................Kickoff Return Avg. .............23.8 8.0..................... Punt Return Avg. ...............13.6 38.7................... Net Punting Avg. .............. 41.4 35..............................QB Sacks ..........................40 11..................... QB Sacks Allowed ...................9 48% (66-137)........ 3rd Down %.....43% (64-147) 34% (50-149)..Opp. 3rd Down % .36% (64-175) 45% (5-11)............ 4th Down %.........43% (7-16) 42% (10-24)...Opp. 4th Down % ...30% (7-23)

PAT/Att. FG/FGA 54/55 10/14

Lg. Pts. 47 84

No. Yds. Avg. I20 Lg. 41 1580 38.5 16 59

Punting Rich Bruno

Lg. Pts. 41 96

No. Yds. Avg. I20 Lg. 40 1675 41.8 11 74

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*Ohio Dominican (10-0)

West Tex. A&M (27-14)

2

1

*Colorado St. - Pueblo (11-0)

Grand Valley (40-7)

2

1

*Minn. St. Mankato (11-0)

St. Cloud St. (40-35)

Minn. Duluth (55-13)

*Northwest Mo. St. (11-0)

*UNC Pembroke (9-1)

North Alabama (30-27)

2

1

*Lenoir-Rhyne (10-1)

Carson-Newman (37-27)

2

1

*Bloomsburg (10-1)

West Chester (38-7)

Winston-Salem (27-20)

*Shepherd (10-0)

**Second Round November 30

Super Regional Four

Super Regional Three

Super Regional Two

Super Regional One

**Quarterfinals December 7

**Semifinals December 14

Florence, Alabama

Final December 21

All game times not listed below are Noon local time unless a different time was approved by the Division II Football Committee.

* Denotes Host Institution ** First-round, second-round, quarterfinal and semifinal games will be played on the campus of one of the competing institutions.

Noon

3

*Indianapolis (10-1)

West Tex. A&M (9-2)

4

*Grand Valley St. (9-2)

5

Saginaw Valley (9-2) 1 p.m.

6

Noon

St. Cloud St. (10-1)

3

*Henderson St. (11-0)

5

4

1 p.m.

6

*Minn. Duluth (10-1)

Emporia St. (9-1)

Noon

3

*North Alabama (8-2)

Tuskegee (8-2)

4

*Carson-Newman (9-2)

5

Newberry (9-2) Noon

6

Noon

American Int'l (9-2)

3

*West Chester (10-1)

5

4

1 p.m.

*Winston-Salem (9-1)

Slippery Rock (9-2)

**First Round November 23

FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

2013 NCAA Division II

NATIONAL CHAMPION

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@BUSPORTSINFO • #BUHUSKIES Quick Facts Location........................................ Bloomsburg, PA Founded........................................................... 1839 Enrollment....................................................... 9,500 Colors........................................... Maroon and Gold President...........................................Dr. David Soltz Director of Athletics........................ Mike McFarland Affiliation................................... NCAA Division II Conference.............Pennsylvania State Athletic Conf. Home Stadium...................Redman Stadium (4,775) Surface..................................................Field Turf

Team Information Head Coach..........................................Paul Darragh Captains................... Franklyn Quiteh, Chris Steck, ........................................................Justin Shirk 2012 Record.....................................................10-2 PSAC East Record/Finish..................... 6-1/2nd Final AFCA National Ranking......................17

Starters Returning...............................................11 Lettermen Returning...........................................44 Lettermen Lost....................................................20 Base Offense....................................................Pro-I Base Defense......................................................4-3

Program History First Season of Football...................................1892 All-Time Record......................................559-434-32 Number of PSAC East Titles................................. 14 NCAA Playoff Appearances................................... 10 All-Americans........................................................ 52 Harlon Hill Award Winners.................................... 1

Bloomsburg Sports Information Sports Information Director............. Tom McGuire Phone......................................... 570-389-4413 Email............................. tmcguire@bloomu.edu Asst. SID/Football Contact....................Scott Eddy Phone......................................... 570-389-2767 Email.................................. seddy@bloomu.edu Sports Information Graduate Asst...........Ally Keirn Phone......................................... 570-389-5230 Email............................... stsports@bloomu.edu

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ONE OF THE NATION’S BEST The Huskies have been one of the most successful programs in not only the PSAC and the region but the nation over the past decade-plus. Since the beginning of the 2000 season, only three Division II teams have more victories than Bloomsburg’s 131.

D-II Wins Leaders Since 2000 No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. ....................................... Name Pronunciation 57 Bernadain Decena.........Berna-DANE De-SEN-a 90 Braden Drexler....................................BRAY-den 15 Connor Gades......................................... Gay-dis

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L 23 29 33 33 30

.Pct .874 .844 .805 .799 .813

BU WINS 1ST PSAC TITLE SINCE 1985 Bloomsburg received its first round bye and a No. 2 seed in the Super Region One bracket after winning the PSAC Championship via its 42-38 come-from-behind victory over Slippery Rock on Nov. 16. That win gave the PSAC title to the Huskies for the first time since 1985. Bloomsburg erased a 15-point third quarter deficit to defeat Slippery Rock and win its second straight game over a nationally-ranked opponent after winning at West Chester the previous week. HUSKIES PLAYOFF HISTORY Bloomsburg is making its 10th appearance in the NCAA Playoffs. The Huskies’ all-time playoff record is 8-9; 5-2 at home and 3-7 on the road. NOT SO GOLDEN Bloomsburg denied rival West Chester its first 10-0 start since 1967 with its 31-28 upset on Nov. 9. The Golden Rams had a familiar face on their roster at defensive end that year – Danny Hale, who was a three-year letterwinner for the Golden Rams from 1965-67 and would later go on to a legendary career as the Huskies’ all-time leader in coaching victories. It was the first time WCU tasted defeat in 371 days – its last loss also came at the hands of Bloomsburg in a 24-23 decision last season at Redman Stadium. PLAYING THE SPOILER Bloomsburg’s victory over then eighth-ranked West Chester on Nov. 9 was the first for the Huskies over a top 10 team in nearly three years. The last victory over a team ranked within the national AFCA top 10 came on Nov. 20, 2010 in the first round of the NCAA Playoffs when the Huskies knocked off No. 7 California (PA), 28-26. Bloomsburg also defeated a fifthranked Cal squad, 24-17, on Sept. 6, 2008 and No. 6 Shepherd (W. Va.) in the 2006 NCAA Playoffs. Bloomsburg picked up another win over a nationally-ranked opponent in Week 11, defeating No. 18 Slippery Rock for the PSAC Championship Game. TO 2,000 AND BEYOND Franklyn Quiteh enters Saturday with 2,152 yards of total offense this year. It is his third season of 2,000 all-purpose yards – he totaled 2,206 last season and 2,062 in 2010. The school record for single season all-purpose yards is 2,563

Pronunciation Guide

Team W Grand Valley State 159 Northwest Mo. St. 157 Valdosta State 136 BLOOMSBURG 131 Tuskegee 130

63 Ryan Geiger........................................ GEYE-ger 70 Giba Goba...................................... G-ba GO-ba 72 Matt Feiler.................................................FY-ler 80 Nate Hoenl.............................................. Hay-nl 61 Bill LaBadie.................................... Luh-BAY-dee 14 Dai’Shon Munger..............Day-Shawn Mun-JER

The Huskies celebrate with the PSAC Championship trophy following their conference title victory over Slippery Rock on Nov. 16.

set by Jamar Brittingham in 2005. Quiteh is also 13 yards away from becoming the first player in Division II history to reach 2,000 yards rushing in three seasons. MR. RELIABLE The list of impressive numbers for Franklyn Quiteh is nearly endless as the senior running back leads the nation in rushing this year and owns nearly every individual rushing record in PSAC history. Perhaps just as impressive has been his reliability with the football – Quiteh enters Saturday’s game vs. West Chester having gone 227 straight carries without a fumble. His only fumble of the season came early in the Week 1 victory vs. Stonehill. 9 Gary Postell..............................................Po-stell 28 Franklyn Quiteh............................ Kwee-uh-TAY 86 Matthew Sokoloski.............................. Soko-laski 43 Tyler Szaflarski.................................... Za-flar-ski 45 Matt Wenrich..................................When-RICK

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MAKING HISTORY Senior running back Franklyn Quiteh is re-writing the PSAC record books this season by setting the conference’s all-time record for most career rushing yards. Quiteh broke the record with an eight-yard carry in the fourth quarter at Edinboro in Week 2 as part of a 231-yard performance. Quiteh is currently the leading active rusher in all NCAA divisions (FBS, FCS, II, III) - by a wide margin. His career total is over 1,000 yards more than his closest follower, Melikke Van Alstyne of Division III’s Framingham State (6,025). Quiteh also is the NCAA active leader in rushing yards per game (159.0), allpurpose yards (7,741), rushing touchdowns (85) and total TDs (89). Quiteh has rushed for over 100 yards in 41 of 46 career games and 26 of the past 28. He is 13 yards away from becoming the first player in Division II history to reach 2,000 yards rushing in three seasons. Career Stats 2010 2011 2012 2013

GP-GS 13-13 10-9 12-12 11-11

No. 309 180 287 237

Yds 2015 1192 2121 1987

Avg. 6.5 6.6 7.4 8.4

TD 22 12 24 27

Avg/G 155.0 119.2 176.8 180.6

PSAC Career Rushing Leaders 1. Franklyn Quiteh BLOOM 7,315 2010-Present 2. Jamar Brittingham BLOOM 5,689 2004-07 3. Wesley Cates CAL 5,647 1998-2001

All-Time Division II Rushing Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Danny Woodhead Franklyn Quiteh Xavier Omon Germaine Race Brian Shay

7,962 2004-07 BLOOM 7,315 2010-Present NW Mo. St. 7,073 2004-07 Pittsburg St. 6,985 2003-06 Emporia St. 6,958 1995-98

With his 21-yard field goal at Kutztown on Sept. 21, Danny Fisher broke the all-time conference record for career 3-pointers, connecting on his 51st with the Huskies. The previous mark had been held by Ed Detwiler of ESU for over two decades. Fisher captured the career kicking points record the previous week at Edinboro. He currently leads all Division II active players in field goals and is seventh among active players in all divisions. Among active leaders in total points in Division II, Franklyn Quiteh leads all players with 536 and Fisher ranks fifth at 353.

PSAC Career Field Goal Leaders 1. Danny Fisher 2. Ed Detwiler 3. Bill May

BLOOM 56 ESU 50 CLAR 49

2010-Present 1989-92 1977-80

All-Time Division II Field Goal Leaders 3. 4. 5.

Cameron Peterka Travis Atter Danny Fisher Gregg Berkshire

N. Dakota 58 1998-01

57 2006-09 BLOOM 56 2010-Present Ashland 56 2008-11 Chadron St

PSAC Career Kicking Points Leaders 1. Danny Fisher 2. Mark Brubaker 3. Craig Burgess

BLOOM 353 ESU 287 IUP 276

2010-Present 2002-05 2007-10

Chadron St.

THIRD TIME’S THE CHARM? For the third time in his career, Franklyn Quiteh has earned a spot on the national ballot for the Harlon Hill award. Given to the top player in Division II each year, Quiteh finished sixth on the ballot in 2010 and third last year. He is one of nine national finalists this year along with senior running back Rondell White (Region 1, West Chester), senior quarterback Luke Charles (Region 2, N.C.-Pembroke), senior quarterback Bo Cordell (Region 2, Tusculum), junior quarterback Kevin Rodgers (Region 3, Henderson State), junior running back Tyler Tonderum (Region 3, SW Minnesota State), senior quarterback Jon Wolf (Region 3, Minnesota StateMankato), senior running back Glen Clinton (Region 4, Chadron State) and senior quarterback Dustin Vaughan (Region 4, West Texas A&M). SACK ATTACK Bloomsburg racked up 35 sacks during the regular season, the most for the Huskies since 2002. Bloomsburg had 38 sacks as a team that year, led by Dave Armstrong’s 8.5. Only West Chester (40) and Shippensburg (36) have more sacks this year. WEBSTER’S SACK PARADE Senior defensive end Larry Webster led the PSAC this season with 12.5 sacks and also led the nation in sack yards with 102. A first team All-PSAC East pick, Webster has 26 sacks in 23 career games. He has also been nominated for the Cliff Harris Award for the top small college defensive player of the year. TURNING RED INTO POINTS Bloomsburg has a 94 percent success rate in the red-zone this season, scoring in 44 of 47 trips with only one true failure – a missed field goal at West Chester - the other two times came when running out the clock at the end of victories. More impressive, the Huskies have scored touchdowns in 74 percent of their trips to the red-zone (35).

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@BUSPORTSINFO • #BUHUSKIES EXCELLENCE UP FRONT Bloomsburg prides itself on the strength of its offensive line, and for good reason. The senior trio of Brian Clarke, Matt Feiler and Chris Steck have 118 starts among them in their BU careers while Ryan Geiger and Dakota Hoagland have stepped into starting roles and continued the tradition this fall. As a unit, the starting five now has a combined 130 starts. RG Brian Clarke (6-3, 290 senior) -37 career starts (three in 2009, has not missed a start since taking starting role to begin 2011) -2013 Sporting News preseason All-American; first team All-PSAC East -One of eight national finalists for 2012 Gene Upshaw Division II Lineman of the Year award -2012 D2Football.com second team AllAmerican; Don Hansen NCAA All-America honorable mention; Daktronics All-American; PSAC East first team -2011 Daktronics All-Super Region One pick as well as Don Hansen All-Super Region one third team and All-PSAC East first team C Chris Steck (6-1, 280 senior) -47 career starts -Has never missed a start since earning starting role in 2010 -2013 All-PSAC East second team -Named All-PSAC East first team; 2012 Don Hansen NCAA All-Super Region One second team -2010 All-PSAC East first team LT Matt Feiler (6-7, 235 senior) -34 career starts -Started every game since taking over starting role to begin 2011 season -2013 All-PSAC East first team -Moved from starting guard in 2011 to tackle last fall -All-PSAC East first team; Don Hansen NCAA Division II Super Region One second team in 2012 LG Ryan Geiger (6-1, 280 redshirt sophomore) -Started all 11 games this year -Gained experience at both guard and center during spring RT Dakota Hoagland (6-4, 305 redshirt sophomore) -Started all 11 games this year -Saw time in eight games last season

BLOOMSBURG FOOTBALL GAME NOTES IRONMAN STECK Senior center Chris Steck has turned in a tremendous career anchoring the often dominant Bloomsburg offensive line. The Mt. Carmel product stepped in as a freshman in 2010 and hasn’t missed a beat, starting 47 straight games. The multi-time All-PSAC East as well as 2012 NCAA All-Super Region I selection has been a key player in Bloomsburg’s ability to record 315.8 yards per game on the ground last season and over 317 yards per contest this year and has been in the lineup for all of Franklyn Quiteh’s record-setting career at running back. WAGNER TAKES NATIONAL HONOR Freshman punter Will Wagner recently took the D2Football.com National Special Teams Player of the Week award following his performance in Week 10 at West Chester. Wagner earned the award after sending three straight punts at or inside the WCU 1-yard line to help preserve BU’s 31-28 win. Wagner has 16 punts inside the 20 this year and six punts of over 50 yards. PATRICK PICKS ANOTHER Senior safety Jonathan Patrick ranks tied second in the PSAC with five interceptions and tied first in touchdowns with two. His 45-yard INT and touchdown return during the fourth quarter at West Chester was the final blow in sealing BU’s upset victory over No. 8 WCU on Nov. 9. ANOTHER RECORD-SETTING WEEK FOR QUITEH Franklyn Quiteh turned in yet another week for the record books in Week 10 at West Chester. With his 154 yards on the ground on the day, he moved from fifth to second all-time in Division II rushing and just the third player in D-II history to reach the 7,000-yard mark. He leapfrogged over Brian Shay (6,958 yards), Germaine Race (6,985) and Xavier Omon (7,084), joining Omon and Danny Woodhead (7,962) in one of the most elite clubs in college football - the 7,000-yard rushing club. Quiteh also set two more PSAC records in the West Chester game - his 86th overall touchdown gave him 518 career points, moving past former Husky Jamar Brittingham in both categories. In Week 11 vs. Slippery Rock, Quiteh took just about the only PSAC career rushing record that didn’t already belong to him, setting the all-time mark for rushing touchdowns with his 85th, passing the 83 set by Jamar Brittingham.

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500

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Bloomsburg has posted 500+ yards of total offense seven times this year, a new school record. The two playoff meetings between BU and WCU in 2006 and 2008 were decided by a combined total of 8 points (28-21, 21-20).

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30 2-0

The Huskies tallied 10 30-point games during the regular season, also a school record.

Starting Experience } OFFENSE Linemen ‘09 ‘10 Chris Steck -- 13 Brian Clarke 3 -- Matt Feiler -- 0 Ryan Geiger -- -- Dakota Hoagland -- --

‘11 ‘12 ‘13 Total 11 12 11 47 11 12 11 37 11 12 11 34 -- 0 11 11 -- 0 11 11

Receivers Glenn Hutton Jr. Jack Sandherr Shane Quinn Connor Gades Running Backs Franklyn Quiteh Matt Wenrich Brody Myers Dai’Shon Munger

‘11 ‘12 ‘13 Total 0 6 11 17 -- 0 6 6 -- 0 5 5 -- 0 11 11

‘10 0 -- -- --

‘10 ‘11 ‘12 ‘13 Total 13 10 12 11 46 0 1 0 10 11 -- -- 0 1 1 -- -- 0 -- 0

Quarterbacks ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 ‘13 Total Tim Kelly -- -- 12 11 23

} DEFENSE Linemen Chris Kennedy David McFadden Tony David Larry Webster Shawn Mitchell Will Ridgeway

‘10 -- -- -- -- -- --

‘11 ‘12 ‘13 Total 11 12 11 34 0 12 11 23 -- 11 -- 11 -- 0 11 11 -- 0 8 8 -- -- 3 3

Linebackers Justin Shirk Dylan Spangler Garrett Pope Andrew Harris

‘10 ‘11 ‘12 ‘13 Total -- 5 11 11 27 0 0 -- 10 10 -- -- 0 8 8 -- -- -- 3 3

Defensive Backs ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 ‘13 Total Jonathan Patrick 0 1 11 10 22 D.J. Robinson -- 0 11 11 22 Gary Postell -- -- 1 11 12 Tyler Knoblauch -- 0 1 11 12 Donovan Morris -- -- 0 2 2

} LONGEST ACTIVE START STREAKS Chris Steck Brian Clarke Matt Feiler Chris Kennedy Franklyn Quiteh Tim Kelly David McFadden

47 34 34 34 30 20 20

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Career Bests PASSING YARDS Tim Kelly................ 267 vs. East Stroudsburg, 2012 COMPLETIONS Tim Kelly............17 at East Stroudsburg, 10/19/13 PASSING ATTEMPTS Tim Kelly................32 vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13 RUSHING ATTEMPTS Franklyn Quiteh...........................43 vs. ESU, 2012 Dai’Shon Munger.........21 2x. last at Boro 9/14/13 Joe Parsnik.. ................18 vs. Millersville, 10/12/13 Matt Wenrich.......................6 vs. Stonehill, 9/7/13 RUSHING YARDS Franklyn Quiteh...................304 at ESU, 10/19/13 Dai’Shon Munger.............135 vs. Stonehill, 9/7/13 Joe Parsnik.. ...............101 vs. Lock Haven, 9/28/13 Tim Kelly. .......................49 at Shippensburg, 2012 Matt Wenrich.. .....................39 vs. Kutztown, 2012 Brody Myers.................15 at Millersville, 10/12/13 RECEPTIONS Glenn Hutton Jr.........................8 at ESU, 10/19/13 Tony Peregrin................5 2x. last at WCU, 11/9/13 Connor Gades............4 2x. last vs. Rock, 11/16/13 Franklyn Quiteh......3 vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13 Jack Sandherr.............................2 at ESU, 10/19/13 Aaron Allison.. ...........................2 at WCU, 11/9/13 Shane Quinn. ................2 vs. Lock Haven, 9/28/13 Trent Daniels.. ...................2 vs. Cheyney, 10/26/13 Lawrence Elliott Jr................1 vs. Stonehill, 9/7/13 RECEIVING YARDS Glenn Hutton Jr................124 vs. Stonehill, 9/7/13 Franklyn Quiteh.. ................75 vs. Kutztown, 2012 Tony Peregrin.. .......70 vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13 Connor Gades.. ................57 at Kutztown, 9/21/13 Trent Daniels............................50 at WCU, 11/9/13 Jack Sandherr.. .........................44 at ESU, 10/19/13 Derek Burkhard.. ................42 at Gannon, 10/5/13 Aaron Allison...........................35 at WCU, 11/9/13 Lawrence Elliott Jr..............19 vs. Stonehill, 9/7/13 TOUCHDOWNS Franklyn Quiteh..........4 5x. last vs. Chey., 10/26/13 Tim Kelly.. ........4 2x. last vs. Lock Haven, 9/28/13 Glenn Hutton Jr............3 vs. Lock Haven, 9/28/13 Joe Parsnik.. .............................2 vs. Rock, 11/16/13 Dai’Shon Munger. ..............2 at Edinboro, 9/14/13 Connor Gades.. ..........1 2x. last vs. Rock, 11/16/13 Tony Peregrin......1 2x. last vs. Millersville, 10/12/13 Aaron Allison.. ......................1 at Gannon, 10/5/13 Derek Burkhard....................1 at Gannon, 10/5/13 TACKLES Justin Shirk...............................16 at WCU, 11/9/13 Gary Postell...........................12 vs. Rock, 11/16/13 Andrew Harris.........11 2x. last vs. Rock, 11/16/13 Donovan Morris....................10 vs. Rock, 11/16/13 Larry Webster................... .....10 vs. Rock, 11/16/13 DJ Robinsion............9 vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13 Jonathan Patrick. .............9 at Slippery Rock, 2012 Dylan Spangler........9 vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13 Tomas Cabrera.. ..................8 at Edinboro, 9/14/13 Chris Kennedy.. ........................8 at Cheyney, 2012 Tyler Knoblauch.. .........8 2x. last at ESU, 10/19/13 David McFadden......................7 at LIU Post, 2012 Jerrin Toomey.............. ......7 vs. Cheyney, 10/27/13 Jeremiah Lowery......6 vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13 Brandon True...............6 vs. Millersville, 10/12/13 Shawn Mitchell. ...........6 vs. Millersville, 10/12/13 Ezra Ranco. ...........................6 at Gannon, 10/5/13 Travon Pugh..................6 vs. Lock Haven, 9/28/13 Garrett Pope.........5 3x. last vs. Cheyney, 10/26/13 Damin Finley........................4 at Millersville, 2012 LONGEST FIELD GOAL Danny Fisher.........................52 vs. Edinboro, 2012 LONGEST PUNT Will Wagner. ....................59 at Kutztown, 9/21/13

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QUITEH, POSTELL SWEEP PSAC WEEKLY AWARDS The Huskies swept the conference PSAC East weekly athlete of the week awards for the second consecutive week as Franklyn Quiteh earned Offensive Athlete of the Week honors and Gary Postell was named Defensive Athlete of the Week following the PSAC Championship Game win over Slippery Rock. Quiteh rushed 27 times for 231 yards and three touchdowns. It was Quiteh’s fifth game of over 200 yards rushing this year. Postell made a career-high 12 tackles and sealed the win with a last-second interception. Postell is third on the team with 61 tackles including 45 solo stops. QUITEH, SHIRK SWEEP PSAC WEEKLY AWARDS For the second time this season, Franklyn Quiteh and Justin Shirk swept the PSAC East athlete of the week awards following the Week 10 win at West Chester. Quiteh captured East Offensive honors with his 154 yards and touchdown against No. 8 West Chester. Shirk, meanwhile, set a career-high with 16 tackles vs. the Golden Rams and also made seven stops during the crucial fourth quarter. The pair also swept the East weekly awards following the Huskies’ Week 7 win at East Stroudsburg. THEY’RE PRETTY GOOD TOO Entering the season, Bloomsburg was searching for a compliment to All-American tailback Franklyn Quiteh in the backfield. The Huskies have certainly found it, offering three strong options on the ground. Quiteh (1,987 yards), Dai’Shon Munger (649 yards) and Joe Parsnik (471 yards) have given the Huskies three rushers with at least 450 yards for the first time since 2008 when Derrick Price (1,279), Kenny Domzalski (878) and Dan Latorre (545) all reached the total. MOVING THE CHAINS The Huskies tied their season-high for first downs in a game with 28 vs. West Chester, the third time the team has reached that total (vs. Stonehill, at East Stroudsburg). BU doubled up the Golden Rams 28-14 in first downs. The opposition low in first downs this season is Millersville’s 13 in Week 6. RUNNING TO DAYLIGHT Entering this week’s game vs. West Chester, Bloomsburg has an on-going streak of 31 straight games with at least one rushing touchdown – the last time the Huskies failed to run for a score came on Sept. 15, 2011 at IUP.

National Polls American Football Coaches Association Nov. 11, 2013 1. Minnesota St.-Mankato (21).. 10-0...... 787 2. Northwest Mo. St. (10)...... 10-0...... 777 3. Colorado St.-Pueblo (1) ... 10-0...... 734 4. Henderson State................ 10-0...... 696 5. Minnesota-Duluth............. 9-1........ 653 6. Pittsburg State..................... 9-1........ 621 7. Shepherd.............................. 9-0........ 619 8. Ohio Dominican................. 9-0........ 587 9. Winston-Salem State......... 9-1........ 540 10. N.C.-Pembroke................... 8-1........ 466 11. Indianapolis......................... 9-1........ 454 12. BLOOMSBURG............. 9-1......401 13. St. Cloud State..................... 9-1........ 372 14. Lenoir-Rhyne....................... 9-1........ 367 15. Saginaw Valley State.......... 9-1........ 335 16. Emporia State...................... 8-1........ 319 17. West Chester....................... 9-1........304 18. Slippery Rock...................... 9-1........286 19. Missouri Western State..... 8-2........ 221 20. North Alabama................... 7-2........ 170 21. Carson-Newman................ 8-2........ 159 22. Virginia State....................... 9-1...........98 23. Washburn............................. 8-2...........96 24. Midwestern State................ 7-2...........94 25. West Texas A&M................ 8-2...........58 Other receiving votes: Delta St. (Miss.), 44; Indiana (Pa.), 32; Chadron St. (Neb.), 25; Azusa Pacific (Calif.), 17; Newberry (S.C.), 15; West Alabama, 13; American International (Mass.), 12; Tarleton St. (Texas), 9; Tuskegee (Ala.), 5; Harding (Ark.), 4; Stonehill (Mass.), 4; Colorado Mines, 2; Grand Valley St. (Mich.), 2; Ouachita Baptist (Ark.), 2. D2Football.com Top 25 (Nov. 12, 2013) 1. Minnesota State................. 10-0 2. Northwest Missouri.......... 10-0 3. CSU-Pueblo........................ 10-0 4. Minnesota Duluth.............. 9-1 5. Henderson State................ 10-0 6. Pittsburg State..................... 9-1 7. Shepherd.............................. 9-0 8. Ohio Dominican................. 9-0 9. Winston-Salem................... 9-1 10. Indianapolis......................... 9-1 11. Saginaw Valley..................... 9-1 12. Slippery Rock...................... 9-1 13. BLOOMSBURG............. 9-1 14. Lenoir-Rhyne....................... 9-1 15. St. Cloud............................... 9-1 16. Emporia State...................... 8-1 17. N.C.-Pembroke................... 8-1 18 . Missouri Western............... 8-2 19. West Chester....................... 9-1 20. West Texas A&M................ 8-2 21. North Alabama................... 7-2 22. Washburn............................. 8-2 23. Midwestern State................ 7-2 24. Carson-Newman................ 8-2 25. Tarleton State...................... 7-2

DUO ON SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST Bloomsburg seniors Brian Clarke and Larry Webster have received spots on the 2014 Senior Bowl Watch List. The watch list includes more than 400 student athletes from nearly every level of college football. These are the players who are looking to fill the 110 roster spots that form the North and South squads for the nation’s premier all-star game. Rosters will be announced in January with the game held on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014 in Mobile, Ala., and televised on the NFL Network.

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2013 Husky Trends BU’s Record in September ................................................ 4-0 October .................................................... 4-1 November ................................................ 2-0 Day Games .............................................10-0 Night Games ........................................... 0-1 At Home ................................................... 5-1 On the Road ............................................ 5-0 BU’s Record When... Leading after 1st Q ................................ 8-0 Leading at Half ........................................ 9-0 Leading after 3rd Q................................. 9-0 Trailing after 1st Q.................................. 1-0 Trailing at Half......................................... 1-1 Trailing after 3rd Q................................. 1-1 Tied after 1st Q........................................ 2-1 Tied at Half .............................................. 0-0 Tied after 3rd Q....................................... 0-0 Scoring first.............................................. 7-0 Opponent scoring first........................... 3-1 Outscoring in 1st Q................................ 7-0 Outscoring in 2nd Q............................... 7-0 Outscoring in 3rd Q............................... 7-0 Outscoring in 4th Q............................... 6-1 Outscored in 1st Q.................................. 1-0 Outscored in 2nd Q................................ 2-1 Outscored in 3rd Q................................. 2-1 Outscored in 4th Q................................. 3-0 Score same amount in 1st Q................. 2-1 Score same amount in 2nd Q............... 1-0 Score same amount in 3rd Q................ 1-0 Score same amount in 4th Q................ 1-0 Playing an OT Game.............................. 0-0 Decided by 3 Points or Less ................. 1-0 Decided by 4-10 Points ......................... 2-0 Decided by More Than 10 Points ....... 7-1 Scoring 20 Points or Less ...................... 0-1 Scoring 21-29 Points .............................. 0-0 Scoring 30+ Points ...............................10-0 Allowing 14 Points or Less ................... 6-0 Allowing 15-24 Points ........................... 0-0 Allowing 25+ Points .............................. 4-1 Scoring a def ST/TD............................... 3-0 Rushing for Less than 100 Yards.......... 0-0 Rushing for 100-199 Yards.................... 0-1 Rushing for 200+ Yards.......................... 3-0 Rushing for 300+ Yards.......................... 7-0 Passing for Less than 200 Yards........... 8-1 Passing for 200-299 Yards...................... 2-0 Passing for 300+ Yards........................... 0-0 Totaling Less than 300 Yards................ 1-1 Totaling 300-399 Yards.......................... 1-0 Totaling 400+ Yards................................ 8-0 Allowing a 100 Yard Rusher.................. 0-0 No Turnovers........................................... 1-0 1-2 Turnovers........................................... 9-1 3+ Turnovers............................................ 0-0 No Takeaways ......................................... 0-0 1-2 Takeaways ......................................... 6-1 3+ Takeaways .......................................... 4-0 Over 30:00 Time of Possession............. 7-0 Under 30:00 Time of Possession.......... 3-1 Conference Record At Home .................................................. 3-1 On the Road ............................................ 3-0 Record Vs. Ranked Opponents At Home ................................................... 1-0 On the Road ............................................ 1-0

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PSAC Career Record Watch

BU Scoring Records 1. 468 points 2. 466 3. 458 4. 451 5. 436 6. 407 7. 400 8. 398 9. 391 10. 377

2010 2005 1996 2012 2013 2008 1999 2007 1995 2011

BU Rushing Records 1. 3,789 yards 2012 2. 3,494 2013 3. 3,460 2008 4. 3,412 2005 5. 3,209 2010 6. 2,994 2004 7. 2,896 1996 8. 2,848 2011 9. 2,837 1996

BU Touchdown Records 1. 66 TD’s 2. 61 3. 59 4. 58 58 6. 55 55 8. 54 52 10. 50

2005 2012 2010 2013 1996 2008 2007 1999 2000 2006

GREAT EIGHT With his fourth straight season of over 1,000 yards rushing, Franklyn Quiteh has joined an elite group of only eight players in NCAA Division II history to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark four times. He joins Joique Bell, Wayne State (MI), 2006-09; Danny Woodhead, Chadron St., 2004-07; Chris Washington, Concord-St. Paul, 2000-03; Damian Beane, Shepherd, 1996-99; Jarrett Anderson, Truman, 1993-96; Jeremy Monroe, Michigan Tech, 1990-93 and Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1986-89 as the only players to accomplish the feat. Bloomsburg alum Jamar Brittingham missed being the ninth player by just nine yards – he rushed for 991 yards as a freshman before surpassing 1,000 yards the next three seasons.

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Rushing Attempts

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Franklyn Quiteh, BLOOM (2010-)..... 1,013 Gerald Thompson, EDIN (1995-98)...........943 Wesley Cates, CAL (1998-2001)..................937 John Kuhn, SHIP (2001-04)...........................910 Jamar Brittingham, BLOOM (2004-07).....908

Rushing Touchdowns

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Franklyn Quiteh, BLOOM (2010-)...........85 Jamar Brittingham, BLOOM (2004-07)....... 83 Wesley Cates, CAL (1998-2001).................... 63 Irv Sigler, BLOOM (1994-97)......................... 55 Stan Kennedy, SRU (1997-2000).................... 53

Overall Touchdowns

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Franklyn Quiteh, BLOOM (2010-)...........89 Jamar Brittingham, BLOOM (2004-07)....... 85 Anthony Carfagno, ESU (2002-05)............... 67 Wesley Cates, CAL (1998-2001)................... 64 Mike Washington, WCU (2005-08)............. 60

Total Points

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Franklyn Quiteh, BLOOM (2010-).........536 Jamar Brittingham, BLOOM (2004-07).....516 Anthony Carfagno, ESU (2002-05).............402 Wesley Cates, CAL (1998-2001)..................386 Mike Washington, WCU (2005-08)...........360 Danny Fisher, BLOOM (2010-Pres)......353

PATs Made

1. 2. 3. 4.

Danny Fisher, BLOOM (2010-Pres)......185 Alex Walsh, WCU (2005-08)........................179 Jon Koenig, BLOOM (2006-09)...................171 Mark Brubaker, ESU (2002-05)....................170

BU Career Record Watch Passing Yards 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Alan Eck, 1989-91..........................................4,815 Jay DeDea, 1983-86.......................................4,705 Pat Carey, 2009-11.........................................3,647 Tim Kelly, 2012-Present...................... 3,625 Mike Glovas, 1983-85...................................2,943

4. 5. 7.

Rich Lichtel, 1965-67......................................... 43 Jay DeDea, 1983-86............................................ 37 Pat Carey, 2009-11.............................................. 37 Tim Kelly, 2012-Present............................36

Passing Touchdowns

BU Season Record Watch Rushing Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Jamar Brittingham, 2005..............................2,260 Franklyn Quiteh, 2012..................................2,121 Franklyn Quiteh, 2010..................................2,015 Irv Sigler, 1997................................................2,038 Franklyn Quiteh, 2013.......................... 1,987 Irv Sigler, 1996................................................1,693


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DARRAGH, QUITEH HIGHLIGHT 10 HUSKIES SELECTED TO ALL-PSAC EAST TEAMS Ten players from the Bloomsburg University football team have landed spots on the All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division teams highlighted by senior running back Franklyn Quiteh (Tobyhanna/Pocono Mountain West) taking Offensive Athlete of the Year and Paul Darragh being named Coach of the Year. Darragh is in his first season at the helm of the Huskies after taking over for the legendary Danny Hale following his retirement in February. Darragh has posted the most wins of any first-year coach in Bloomsburg football history, guiding the Huskies to their first PSAC Championship since 1985. He’s in his 17th season with the program after serving as Hale’s defensive coordinator for 16 years. Quiteh, a four-time first team pick, leads the nation in rushing with 1,987 yards on the season while averaging 8.4 yards per carry with 27 touchdowns on the ground and 29 total scores. He has broken nearly every school and conference career rushing record, becoming just the third player in Division II history to reach 7,000 yards. At the conclusion of the regular season he ranks second all-time with 7,321 yards. Joining Quiteh on the offense first team are offensive tackle Matt Feiler and offensive guard Brian Clarke along with place-kicker Danny Fisher. Feiler and Clarke each have started all 11 games for the Huskies this season and helped power the fifth-ranked offense in the nation at over 317 yards per game on the ground while allowing only 11 sacks. Clarke, a 2012 finalist for the Gene Upshaw Division II Lineman of the Year Award has 37 career starts while Feiler has started all 34 games for the Huskies since taking the starting job at the beginning of the 2011 season. The offensive line received a third member on the all-conference teams with the selection of senior center Chris Steck to the second team. Steck, who takes all-conference honors for the third time, has never missed a start in the past four seasons, anchoring the offensive line in 47 straight games.

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Fisher has connected on 10 of 14 field goal attempts this year as well as 54 of 55 point after attempts. He ranks first among PSAC kickers in all-time field goals made, breaking the career record this season and now owns 56 3-pointers – surpassing the record of 50 held by ESU’s Ed Detwiler since 1992. He also ranks fifth in Division II history in field goals while having the most career kicking points in the history of the PSAC (349). Defensively the Huskies have three first team picks with Larry Webster, Chris Kennedy and Justin Shirk. Webster returns to the first team for the second straight year with 42 tackles, 12.5 sacks and 14.0 tackles for loss on the year. He leads the PSAC in total sacks and all of Division II in sack yards (102). Kennedy, a four-year starter, earns his second straight first team selection with 23 tackles and three sacks including a forced fumble as a key force in the middle of the Huskies defensive line. Shirk, in his first season at middle linebacker, leads the team and ranks third in the PSAC with 111 total tackles along with 3.0 sacks, 8.0 tackles for loss and multiple pass breakups. He was selected to the All-PSAC East second team in both 2011 and 2012. Redshirt sophomore cornerback Gary Postell also takes a spot on the second team. Postell took over a starting role this year and stands third on the team with 61 tackles. He also has 4.0 tackles for loss and sealed the Huskies’ PSAC Championship victory with his game-ending interception vs. Slippery Rock. Bloomsburg received another special teams selection with return specialist Lawrence Elliott Jr. picked to the second team. The true freshman has shown electric abilities when touching the ball this year, averaging 32.2 yards per kick return. He also had a 73-yard punt return for a touchdown in the win over Millersville and an 86-yard kick return vs. Shippensburg.

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BLOOMSBURG DEPTH CHART • NCA A DIVISION II PL AYOFFS OFFENSE WR WR

1 84

Glenn Hutton Jr. Trent Daniels

DEFENSE 6-0 6-2

190 170

Sr. R-So.

DE

99 82

Larry Webster Joseph Wetty

6-7 6-3

250 218

Gr. R-Fr.

15 Connor Gades 18 Tony Peregrin

6-1 6-0

200 195

R-So. R-Jr.

68 42

Chris Kennedy Ezra Ranco

6-3 6-1

280 275

Sr. R-Fr.

LT

72 76

Matt Feiler John Garland

6-7 6-4

325 300

Sr. R-Fr.

LG

63 62

Ryan Geiger Christian Whiteside

6-1 6-2

280 270

R-So. R-So.

DT DT

58 71 66

Shawn Mitchell Jeremiah Lowery Will Ridgeway

6-2 6-3 6-0

245 253 270

Jr. So. R-So.

C

60 59

Chris Steck Jesse Osborne

6-1 6-2

280 317

Sr. R-Fr.

DE

94 92

David McFadden Dylan Stair

6-6 6-2

245 235

R-Jr. R-Jr.

RG

77 69

Brian Clarke Greg Rommel

6-3 6-3

290 278

Sr. R-Fr.

WLB 11 44

Garrett Pope Andrew Harris

6-2 5-10

215 205

R-So. R-Fr.

RT

50 77

Dakota Hoagland Brian Clarke

6-4 6-3

305 290

R-So. Sr.

MLB 10 37

Justin Shirk Bryan McCall

6-1 6-0

240 230

R-Jr. Jr.

TE

88 85 89

Jack Sandherr Shane Quinn Aaron Allison

6-3 6-2 6-3

250 245 250

R-So. R-So. R-Fr.

BLB 52 57

Dylan Spangler Bernadain Decena

6-0 6-1

225 205

R-Jr. R-Jr.

3 26

D.J. Robinson Brandon True

5-8 5-8

180 185

Jr. R-So.

QB

13 6

Tim Kelly Brady Knerr

6-1 6-1

180 190

R-So. R-Jr.

22 21

Tyler Knoblauch Donovan Morris

5-10 5-11

190 175

R-So. R-So.

TB

28 14 23

Franklyn Quiteh Dai’Shon Munger Joe Parsnik

5-10 5-8 5-9

206 170 189

Sr. R-So. R-Fr.

LCB S S

5 21

Jonathan Patrick Donovan Morris

5-11 5-11

185 175

R-Sr. R-So.

FB

45 36

Matt Wenrich Brody Myers

5-11 6-1

225 235

Sr. R-Jr.

Gary Postell Damin Finley

5-8 5-11

170 190

R-So. So.

RCB 9 2

SPECIAL TEAMS PK

97 90

Danny Fisher Braden Drexler

6-1 5-10

193 165

Sr. R-So.

P LS HLD

48

Will Wagner

6-4

190

Fr.

93 86

Ian Murray Matthew Sokoloski

6-2 6-0

215 200

R-Sr. R-Fr.

90

Braden Drexler

5-10

165

R-So.

KR

21 16 2

Donovan Morris Lawrence Elliott Jr. Damin Finley

5-11 6-0 5-11

175 190 190

R-So. Fr. So.

PR

3 16 5

D.J. Robinson Lawrence Elliott Jr. Jonathan Patrick

5-8 6-0 5-11

180 190 185

Jr. Fr. R-Sr.

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H USKIES ROSTER • NCA A DI V I S I O N I I PL AYO F F S 1 2 3 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 34 36 37 41 42

Glenn Hutton Jr. WR, 6-0,190, Sr. Sicklerville, NJ / Paul VI Damin Finley DB, 5-11, 190, R-So. Elkins Park / Milford Academy DJ Robinson DB, 5-18, 180, Jr. Sinking Spring / Conrad Weiser Jonathan Patrick DB, 5-11, 185, R-Sr. Somerset, NJ / Franklin Brady Knerr QB, 6-1, 190, R-Jr. Macungie / Emmaus Chad Hoffman QB, 6-2, 190, R-Fr. Drums / Hazleton Gary Postell DB, 5-8, 170, R-So. Philadelphia / Bishop McDevitt Justin Shirk LB, 6-1, 240, R-Jr. Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Garrett Pope LB, 6-2, 215, R-So. Northumberland / Shikellamy Tony David DL, 6-0, 235, R-Jr. Allentown / Salisbury Tim Kelly QB, 6-1, 180, R-So. Camp Hill / Cedar Cliff Dai’Shon Munger RB, 5-8, 170, R-So. Westampton, NJ / Holy Cross Connor Gades WR, 6-1, 200, R-So. West Chester / Unionville Lawrence Elliott Jr. WR, 6-0, 190, Fr. Utica, NY / Thomas R. Proctor Jerrin Toomey DB, 5-10, 185, R-Fr. York / West York Tony Peregrin WR, 6-0, 195, R-Jr. Mayfield / Lakeland Rasheen Tookes RB, 5-8, 205, R-Fr. Philadelphia / Valley Forge Military Academy Donovan Morris DB, 5-11, 175, R-So. Philadelphia / George Washington Tyler Knoblauch DB, 5-10, 190, R-So. Berlin, NJ / Eastern Joe Parsnik RB, 5-9, 180, R-Fr. Wilkes-Barre / Coughlin Travon Pugh DB, 5-9, 175, So. Tobyhanna / Pocono Mountain West Tyrell Thomas RB, 6-0, 195, R-Fr. Elysburg / Southern Columbia Brandon True DB, 5-8, 185, R-So. Harrisburg / Bishop McDevitt Franklyn Quiteh RB, 5-10, 206, Sr. Tobyhanna / Pocono Mountain West Tomas Cabrera DB, 6-2, 205, Jr. Hanover / Hanover Area / Temple Brynn Shafer LB, 6-1, 220, R-Fr. Schuykill Haven / Blue Mountain Brody Myers RB, 6-1, 235, R-Jr. Akron / Ephrata Bryan McCall LB, 6-0, 230, Jr. Lilitz / Warwick Derek Burkhard FB, 5-11, 230, R-So. Fayetteville / Chambersburg Ezra Ranco DL, 6-1,275, R-Fr. Collegeville / Perkiomen Valley

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Tyler Szaflarski LB, 6-0, 230, R-Fr. Greencastle / Greencastle Andrew Harris LB, 5-10, 205, R-Fr. Bethlehem / Whitehall Matt Wenrich FB, 5-11, 230, Sr. Selinsgrove / Selinsgrove Domair Anderson FB, 6-0, 225, R-Fr. West Milton / Milton Area Michael Russell LB, 6-2, 220, R-So. Hamburg / Hamburg Will Wagner P, 6-4, 190, Fr. Wernersville / Conrad Weiser Dakota Hoagland OL, 6-4, 305, R-So. Shoemakersville / Hamburg Dylan Spangler LB, 6-0, 225, R-Jr. Waynesboro / Waynesboro Bernadain Decena LB, 6-1, 205, R-Jr. Philadelphia / Archbishop Ryan Shawn Mitchell DL, 6-2, 245, Jr. Nazareth / Nazareth Jesse Osborne OL, 6-2, 317, R-Fr. Medford, NJ / Shawnee Chris Steck OL, 6-1, 280, Sr. Mt. Carmel / Mt. Carmel Bill LaBadie DL, 6-4, 291, R-Fr. Bensalem / Bensalem Christian Whiteside OL, 6-2, 270, R-So. Broomall / Maple Newtown Ryan Geiger OL, 6-1, 280, R-So. Southampton / La Salle Will Ridgeway DL, 6-0, 270, R-So. West Chester / Bayard Rustin Chris Kennedy DL, 6-3, 280, Sr. Phoenixville / Archbishop Carroll Greg Rommel OL, 6-3, 278, R-Fr. Somerville, NJ / Immaculata Giba Goba OL, 6-6, 315, R-So. Philadelphia / Overbrook / Alabama A&M Jeremiah Lowery DL, 6-3, 253, So. Sharon Hill / Academy Park Matt Feiler OL, 6-7, 325, Sr. Strasburg / Lampeter-Strasburg Nick Reed OL, 6-1, 275, R-So. Dallastown / Dallastown John Garland OL, 6-4, 300, R-Fr. Hatfield / North Penn Brian Clarke OL, 6-3, 290, Sr. Hanover / Hanover Nate Hoenl TE, 6-3, 215, R-Fr. Whitehall / Whitehall Joseph Wetty DL, 6-3, 218, R-Fr. Downingtown / Downingtown East Trent Daniels WR, 6-2, 170, R-So. Harrisburg / Susquehanna Township Shane Quinn TE, 6-2, 245, R-So. Levittown / Neshaminy

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Jack Sandherr TE, 6-3, 250, R-So. Orefield / Allentown Central Catholic Aaron Allison TE, 6-3, 250, R-Fr. Philadelphia / Frankford Braden Drexler K, 5-10, 165, R-So. Bethlehem / Nazareth Dylan Stair DL, 6-2, 235, R-Jr. Alpha, NJ / Phillipsburg Ian Murray LS, 6-2, 215, R-Sr. Lock Haven / Central Mountain David McFadden DL, 6-6, 245, R-Jr. Allentown / Allentown Central Catholic Roy Dennis DL, 6-3, 240, R-So. Berwick / Berwick Danny Fisher K/P, 6-1, 193, Sr. Liverpool / Central Dauphin Larry Webster DL, 6-7, 250, Sr. Hagerstown, MD / Elkton

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G AME- BY - GAME I NDI V I DUAL L EADER S Opponent

Passing

Stonehill Kelly (166) Edinboro Kelly (143) Kutztown Kelly (133) Lock Haven Kelly (184) Gannon Kelly (149) Millersville Kelly (84) East Stroudsburg Kelly (238) Cheyney Kelly (148) Shippensburg Kelly (152) West Chester Kelly (262) Slippery Rock Kelly (173) Opponent

Rushing

Passing

Stonehill Meyer (145) Edinboro Harris (360) Kutztown Werner (351) Lock Haven Mazzoni (206) Gannon Nadler (204) Millersville Frye (93) E. Stroudsburg Soltes (476) Cheyney Thony (165) Shippensburg Zulli (466) West Chester McCartney (305) Slippery Rock Barksdale (343)

Receptions

Receiving Yards

Touchdowns

Tackles

Quiteh (182) Hutton (5) Hutton (124) Quiteh (3) Harris (8) Quiteh (231) Hutton, Peregrin, Gades (3) Peregrin (67) Quiteh (3) Shirk (13) Quiteh (170) Gades (4) Gades (57) Kelly, Quiteh (2) Postell (10) Quiteh (205) Hutton (3) Hutton (67) Kelly, Quiteh (4) Harris, Spangler (7) Quiteh (251) Hutton (2) Burkhard (42) Kelly, Quiteh (2) Harris, Shirk (8) Parsnik (85) Hutton (3) Peregrin (35) Kelly, Quiteh (2) Spangler (8) Quiteh (304) Hutton (8) Hutton (113) Quiteh (4) Shirk (13) Quiteh (114) Hutton (5) Hutton (61) Quiteh (4) Cabrera (8) Quiteh (82) Peregrin (5) Peregrin (70) Kelly, Quiteh (1) Shirk (14) Quiteh (154) Hutton, Peregrin (5) Hutton (100) Kelly. Quiteh, Wenrich, Patrick (1) Shirk (16) Quiteh (231) Hutton (6) Hutton (85) Quiteh (3) Shirk (13) Rushing

Receptions

Johnson (73) Robitaille (4) Harris (95) Johnson (9) Wortham (7) Tonnies (17) Jackson (18) Hoover (5) Jones (69) Caliste (6) Sadon (60) Collins (7) Healy (73) Bleiler (8) Purdie (46) Dandy (4) Brooks (68) Harman (12) White (88) White (5) Barksdale (78) Schademan (10)

Receiving Yards

McLeod (56) Johnson (185) Tonnies (122) Brader (80) Hamm (53) Porter (79) Bleiler (130) Dandy (50) Mayer (244) Elliott (79) Schademan (169)

Touchdowns

Meyer (2) Harris (5) Werner (2) Brader, Mazzoni (1) Jones, Nadler (1) Casey, Porter (1) Soltes (5) Thony, Moten (1) Zulli (5) McCartney (4) Barksdale (2)

Tackles

Harrington (17) Robinson (15) DiNolfi (13) Christas (8) Rankie (15) Johnson (9) Cowans (12) Fleming (15) Kershaw (8) Labor (12) Miele (11)

NO RUSHERS TO 100 Bloomsburg has not allowed a 100-yard rusher this season. The most yards by a single player on the ground against the Huskies came from the 95 yards Edinboro quarterback Cody Harris rushed for in BU’s Week 2 win. The last player to rush for more than 100 yards against Bloomsburg was Slippery Rock’s Akeem Satterfield who did so on Nov. 10, 2012. The defense was able to hold do-it-all West Chester running back Rondell White to 88 yards rushing in Week 10. HALLOWEEN FRIGHTFUL FOR HUSKIES Bloomsburg’s Week 9 loss to Shippensburg brought several statistical anomalies for the Huskies – most notably on the ground. Bloomsburg’s 106 yards of rushing was the first time the Huskies have finished a game with fewer than 200 yards rushing since picking up just 76 at IUP on Sept. 15, 2011. Against Shippensburg, the Huskies rushed 30 times – continuing a streak of 45 straight games with at least 30 rushing attempts, but was the fewest runs for BU since the 27 the Huskies mounted vs. West Chester on Oct. 31, 2009. Further, the Huskies went scoreless into the locker room at halftime for the first time since doing so on Nov. 27, 2010 at Mercyhurst – and their 258 yards of total offense were the fewest for a Huskies team since that same November 2010 game at Mercyhurst. Bloomsburg also saw its streak of 21 straight games with 20 or more points broken. The mark is a school record. The Huskies also had a school record streak of eight straight games with 30 or more points snapped on Halloween Night. AIRING IT OUT The 32 pass attempts by Tim Kelly vs. Shippensburg were not only a career-high, but also the most for the Huskies since Pat Carey put up 37 pass attempts at Mercyhurst on Nov. 13, 2010. MORE RECORDS FALL TO QUITEH Franklyn Quiteh had yet another day for the record books in Week 7 at East Stroudsburg, setting a new school record for rushing yards in a single game with 304. That broke the old record of 300 set by Jerry Marks vs. Mansfield in 1991. He had 28 carries, averaging 10.9 yards per rush and had eight carries of 15 or more yards. It was also his 11th game of over 200 yards rushing. Quiteh set the record wearing jersey No. 8 to honor the memory of friend and Pocono Mountain West high school teammate Jon Mangual who was killed in a 2008 automobile accident and is buried just outside ESU’s Eiler-Martin Stadium. The performance allowed Quiteh to shatter a national record in the process - it was his 38th game of over 100 yards rushing in his career. Quiteh now has more 100 yard games

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GAME- BY- G AME S TAR TER S Offense Stonehill Edinboro Kutztown Lock Haven Gannon Millersville East Stroudsburg Cheyney Shippensburg West Chester Slippery Rock

QB

TB

FB

Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly

Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh

WR

Wenrich Wenrich Wenrich Wenrich Wenrich Wenrich Wenrich Myers Wenrich Wenrich Wenrich

Hutton Hutton Hutton Hutton Hutton Hutton Hutton Hutton Hutton Hutton Hutton

WR

Gades Gades Gades Gades Gades Gades Gades Gades Gades Gades Gades

TE

LT

LG

C

RG

RT

Sandherr Sandherr Sandherr Sandherr Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn Sandherr Sandherr

Feiler Feiler Feiler Feiler Feiler Feiler Feiler Feiler Feiler Feiler Feiler

Geiger Geiger Geiger Geiger Geiger Geiger Geiger Geiger Geiger Geiger Geiger

Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck

Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke

Hoagland Hoagland Hoagland Hoagland Hoagland Hoagland Hoagland Hoagland Hoagland Hoagland Hoagland

Defense Stonehill Edinboro Kutztown Lock Haven Gannon Millersville East Stroudsburg Cheyney Shippensburg West Chester Slippery Rock

DE

Webster Webster Webster Webster Webster Webster Webster Webster Webster Webster Webster

DT

Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy

DT

Mitchell Ridgeway Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Ridgeway Ridgeway

DE

WILL

MIKE

McFadden McFadden McFadden McFadden McFadden McFadden McFadden McFadden McFadden McFadden McFadden

Harris Pope Pope Pope Harris Pope Pope Pope Pope Pope Harris

Shirk Shirk Shirk Shirk Shirk Shirk Shirk Shirk Shirk Shirk Shirk

than any other player in Division II history - the previous record of 37 was held by Danny Woodhead (Chadron St., 2004-07) and Xavier Omon (Northwest Mo. St., 2004-07). He now has 40 career 100-yard rushing games after rushing for 114 yards in Week 8 vs. Cheyney and 154 in Week 10 at West Chester. In Week 9 vs. Shippensburg, he set the all-time PSAC record for career rushing attempts, entering Saturday’s game with 956. The old record of 943 was held by Gerald Thompson of Edinboro (1995-98). HUSKY-SIZED YARDAGE The Huskies posted 627 yards of total offense in their win at ESU in Week 7, the second time this season the team has surpassed 600 total yards – also doing so in their 41-13 Week 1 win vs. Stonehill (642). For the year, Bloomsburg averages 487.5 yards per game, good for fifth in the PSAC. The school record for team yardage per game is 484.0 set during in 1996. RUN THE BALL, STOP THE RUN The Huskies have become one of the most successful programs in the PSAC thanks in large part to a physical style and ability to control at the point of attack. This has been evident so far through seven games this year as the Huskies have been one of the best teams in the nation at running the ball as well as stopping the run. BU has outrushed its opposition by a 3,494-962 margin on the year and has surrendered only five rushing touchdowns. Bloomsburg ranks fifth in the country in rushing offense (317.6 yards/game) and ninth in rushing defense (87.0 yards/game allowed).

BUCK

CB

Spangler Robinson Spangler Robinson Spangler Robinson Spangler Robinson Knoblauch (S) Robinson Spangler Robinson Spangler Robinson Spangler Robinson Spangler Robinson Spangler Robinson Spangler Robinson

CB

Postell Postell Postell Postell Postell Postell Postell Postell Postell Postell Postell

S

Knoblauch Knoblauch Knoblauch Knoblauch Patrick Knoblauch Knoblauch Knoblauch Knoblauch Knoblauch Knoblauch

S

Patrick Morris Patrick Patrick Morris Patrick Patrick Patrick Patrick Patrick Patrick

yards vs. Stonehill (457), Lock Haven (409), Edinboro (383), Slippery Rock (360) and Gannon (351). For the season, the Huskies average 317.6 yards per game on the ground. The school record is 315.8 set last year. HUSKIES IN ELITE COMPANY With their 52-38 win at East Stroudsburg in Week 7, the Huskies have won seven or more games in 15 consecutive seasons. Only four schools in the divisions of the NCAA have longer streaks: Florida State and Virginia Tech in the FBS; NW Missouri in Division II; and Mt. Union in Division III. The 15-year streak is also a PSAC record, breaking IUP’s mark of 13 set from 1984-1996. SHIRK STARS IN THE MIDDLE Justin Shirk shifted to middle linebacker for this season and the team tri-captain has excelled in that role. The two-time PSAC East Defensive Athlete of the Week leads the team and ranks third in the PSAC with 111 tackles on the year and has double digit tackles in three straight games. A two-sport star, Shirk won the NCAA Division II national javelin championship in 2012, becoming the first Bloomsburg national champion in men’s track and field in school history. PUTTING UP THE POINTS The Huskies are 107-3 when scoring 40 points all-time following their 42-38 win vs. Slippery Rock. Bloomsburg has tallied 40 or more points in six games this season - the all-time school record is seven games of 40+ points set three times (2005, 2007, 2012).

RUN, HUSKIES, RUN Bloomsburg has established a new school record, rushing for more than 350 yards in a game six times this year. The Huskies broke the record of four set by the 2004 team in Week 7 when Bloomsburg finished with 389 yards on the ground at East Stroudsburg. BU also rushed for over 350

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Huskies in the Red-Zone Opp. No. Stonehill 5 Edinboro 7 Kutztown 3 Lock Haven 2 Gannon 4 Millersville 4 E. Stroudsburg 5 Cheyney 4 Shippensburg 3 West Chester 4 Slippery Rock 6

TD 3 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 2 2 6

FG Failed Pct. 1 1 (half) 80% 2 0 1.000% 1 0 1.000% 0 0 1.000% 1 1 (half) 75% 1 0 1.000% 1 0 1.000% 0 0 1.000% 1 0 1.000% 1 1 75% 0 0 1.000%

Opponents in the Red Zone Opp. No. TD FG Failed Pct. Stonehill 1 1 0 0 1.000% Edinboro 2 2 0 0 1.000% Kutztown 4 2 0 2 50% Lock Haven 2 0 1 1 50% Gannon 3 2 0 1 67% Millersville 1 1 0 1 50% E. Stroudsburg 3 2 1 1 67% Cheyney 2 0 0 2 0% Shippensburg 2 0 0 2 0% West Chester 1 1 0 0 1.000% Slippery Rock 5 2 1 2 60%

BU PSAC Athletes of the Week Week 11: Franklyn Quiteh (East Offensive) Gary Postell (East Defensive) Week 10: Franklyn Quiteh (East Offensive) Justin Shirk (East Defensive) Week 7: Franklyn Quiteh (East Offensive) Justin Shirk (Co-East Defensive) Week 5: Franklyn Quiteh (East Co-Offensive) Week 3: Larry Webster (East Defensive) Week 2: Franklyn Quiteh (East Offensive) Tomas Cabrera (East Defensive)

Husky Touchdown Drives

Huskies Big Plays

(30+ yards from scrimmage) Yds. Play 82 65 64 62 61 61 57 56 51 50 47 46 44 42 42 41 41 40 38 36 34 34 34 32 31 33 33 32 32 31 30

Opp.

Franklyn Quiteh run ROCK Franklyn Quiteh run KUTZ Franklyn Quiteh run (TD) LHU Joe Parsnik run WCU Franklyn Quiteh run GAN Franklyn Quiteh run (TD) LHU Tim Kelly pass to Tony Peregrin EUP Tim Kelly pass to Glenn Hutton (TD) STO Franklyn Quiteh run (TD) ESU Tim Kelly pass to Trent Daniels WCU Franklyn Quiteh run (TD) EUP Franklyn Quiteh run (TD) ESU Franklyn Quiteh run STO Tim Kelly pass to Glenn Hutton Jr. ROCK Tim Kelly pass to D.Burkhard (TD) GAN Tim Kelly run ROCK Tim Kelly run (TD) ESU Franklyn Quiteh run ROCK Tim Kelly pass to Tony Peregrin ROCK Tim Kelly pass to F. Quiteh (TD) CHEY Tim Kelly pass to Connor Gades (TD) KUTZ Dai’Shon Munger run LHU Dai’Shon Munger run STO Tim Kelly run (TD) WCU Tim Kelly pass to Tony Peregrin (TD) MILL Tim Kelly pass to Franklyn Quiteh (TD) LHU Tim Kelly pass to Glenn Hutton (TD) LHU Franklyn Quiteh run ESU Tim Kelly pass to Aaron Allison ESU Tim Kelly pass to Glenn Hutton Jr. EUP Franklyn Quiteh run KUTZ

8-70/1:44 (4)

ROCK Quiteh 2 yd run

5-75/2:43 (4)

ROCK Parsnik 1 yd run

2-24/0:13 (4)

ROCK Gades 6 yd pass from Kelly 9-64/4:37 (3) ROCK Quiteh 10 yd run ROCK Parsnik 2 yd run WCU Kelly 32 yd run WCU Wenrich 6 yd run

6-62/2:13 (2) 3-91/1:11 (1) 10-79/4:25 (3) 6-94/3:19 (2)

WCU Quiteh 4 yd run

6-84/2:21 (2)

SHIP Kelly 13 yd run

11-91/2:48 (4)

SHIP Quiteh 8 yd run

2-14/0:41 (3)

CHEY Quiteh 13 yd run

6-58/2:57 (2)

CHEY Quiteh 2 yd run

6-65/2:40 (2)

CHEY Kelly 1 yd run

3-26/1:06 (1)

CHEY Quiteh 36 yd pass from Kelly 11-85/5:10 (1) CHEY Quiteh 2 yd run

7-74/3:08 (1)

ESU

Kelly 1 yd run

6-70/2:38 (4)

ESU

Quiteh 17 yd run

7-75/3:35 (4)

ESU

Quiteh 51 yd run

4-79/2:01 (3)

ESU

Quiteh 2 yd run

8-53/3:44 (3)

ESU

Kelly 41 yd run

4-75/1:52 (2)

ESU

Kelly 17 yd pass to Hutton 9-92/4:37 (1)

ESU

Quiteh 46 yd run

MILL Quiteh 2 yd run

4-69/1:31 (1) 4-27/1:42 (1)

MILL Peregrin 31 yd pass from Kelly 10-93/4:11 (2) MILL Quiteh 5 yd run

3-40/0:52 (2)

MILL Hutton 5 yd pass from Kelly 9-53/0:54 (2) GAN Parsnik 34 yd run

5-75/3:05 (4)

GAN Allison 20 yd pass from Kelly 12-96/5:38 (4) GAN Quiteh 12 yd run

6-55/2:01 (2)

GAN Quiteh 21 yd run

3-39/1:38 (2)

LHU Quiteh 64 yd run

(30+ yards from scrimmage) 84 75 74 73 71 56 54 51 50 45 44 44 41 40 38 35 35 35 35 35 33 33 31

Summary (Qtr.)

ROCK Quiteh 10 yd run

GAN Burkhard 42 yd pass from Kelly 4-60/1:54 (2)

Opponent Big Plays Yds. Play

Opp. Scoring Play

Opp.

Zach Zulli pass to Sheldon Mayer (TD) SHIP Zach Zulli pass to Sheldon Mayer (TD) SHIP N. Barksdale pass to J. Schademan (TD) ROCK Dillon Mazzoni pass to B. Brader (TD) LHU S. McCartney pass to T. Keyser (TD)WCU Connor Casey pass to Kevin Porter MILL Cody Harris pass to D. Vaughn (TD) EUP S. McCartney pass to Eddie Elliott (TD) WCU Cody Harris pass to M. Johnson (TD) EUP Matt Soltes run ESU Matt Soltes pass to R. Bleiler (TD) ESU Matt Soltes pass to Robert Bleiler ESU Zach Zulli pass to Sheldon Mayer SHIP Dillon Mazzoni pass to J. Wilbern LHU Zach Zulli pass to Trevor Harman (TD) SHIP Adler Thony pass to E. Moten (TD) CHEY Matt Soltes pass to Steven Jones (TD) ESU Alec Werner pass to Kodi Reed KUTZ Cody Harris pass to J. Williams (TD) EUP Logan Meyer pass to G. McLeod (TD) STO S. McCartney pass to E.Brundidge (TD) WCU Jamal Johnson run STO Zach Zulli pass to Trevor Harman (TD) SHIP

2-74/0:35 (1)

LHU Hutton 33 yd pass from Kelly 4-50/1:38 (1) LHU Quiteh 33 yd pass from Kelly 2-72/0:50 (1) LHU Quiteh 61 yd run

2-67/0:56 (2)

LHU Hutton 9 yd pass from Kelly 9-54/4:54 (2) LHU Quiteh 2 yd run

3-46/0:59 (3)

LHU Hutton 25 yd pass from Kelly 12-74/5:17 (3) KUTZ Quiteh 28 yd run

4-44/1:23 (4)

KUTZ Peregrin 7 yd pass from Kelly 7-98/3:14 (4) KUTZ Gades 34 yd pass from Kelly 6-39/2:06 (3) KUTZ Quiteh 10 yd run

4-34/2:21 (2)

EUP

Quiteh 5 yd run

5-29/1:20 (1)

EUP

Kelly 1 yd run

7-44/3:03 (2)

EUP

Munger 4 yd run

5-72/2:40 (2)

EUP

Quiteh 2 yd run

9-75/4:08 (2)

EUP Munger 8 yd run

7-50/3:38 (4)

EUP

Quiteh 47 yd run

2-48/0:52 (4)

STO

Hutton 56 yd pass from Kelly 4-84/1:42 (1)

STO

Quiteh 27 yd run

STO

Quiteh 6 yd run

11-66/5:30 (3)

STO Quiteh 8 yd run

8-70/3:40 (3)

STO

6-42/2:37 (4)

Wenrich 5 yd run

5-55/2:11 (2)

Total Scoring Drives: 64 Less than 1:00 10 1:00-1:59 13 2:00-2:59 17 3:00-4:59 20 5:00 or more 4 70+ YARD SCORING DRIVES: 25


BLOOMSBURG FOOTBALL GAME NOTES FISHER ON MITCHELL AWARD HONOREE LIST Danny Fisher was named to the Fred Mitchell Award honoree list for the month of September and October for his work on the field and in the community. Fisher has made good on 10 of 14 field goal attempts. Away from the field, he raised over $5,000 for the Angelman Syndrome Foundation through his ‘Kick for a Cure’ initiative. For each field goal and extra point he kicks this season, he will donate money to the ASF toward raising awareness and work on a cure for Angelman Syndrome, a neuro-genetic disorder with no cure requiring lifelong care for symptoms including developmental delay, lack of speech, seizures and walking and balance disorders. Fisher developed Kick for a Cure to help a close family friend who suffers from the disease. Fisher’s work with ‘Kick for a Cure’ was featured on the front page of the CBSSports.com College Football section. Fisher has raised over $6,400 for the ASF. For more information, visit www.angelman.org. WORKING QUICK Though Bloomsburg is known for its bruising running attack, the Huskies have been able to score quickly as often as any team in the PSAC this season. So far on the year, Bloomsburg has tallied 64 scoring drives – of those scoring drives, 40 have taken just 2:59 or less including 23 scoring drives of under two minutes.

@BUSPORTSINFO • #BUHUSKIES CALL ‘EM CAPTAINS Seniors Franklyn Quiteh and Chris Steck along with junior Justin Shirk have been named tri-captains for this season. Steck also served as a team captain a season ago. PSAC PRESEASON POLL Bloomsburg was picked second in the Eastern Division in the 2013 PSAC Preseason Coaches’ Poll which was released at PSAC Media Day in August.It marks the eighth straight year BU has been been picked to finish first or second in the division. Shippensburg, last year’s PSAC East champ, took the top spot with six first-place votes while Bloomsburg and third-place West Chester snagged the remaining top tallies. In the West, defending conference champion IUP was a nearly unanimous favorite with seven first-place votes. Eastern Division

1. Shippensburg (6) 2. Bloomsburg (1) 3. West Chester (1) 4. Kutztown 5. East Stroudsburg 6. Lock Haven 7. Millersville 8. Cheyney

Western Division

1. IUP (7) 2. Mercyhurst (1) 3. Slippery Rock 4. California (PA) 5. Gannon 6. Edinboro 7. Clarion 8. Seton Hill

IT’S OLD HAT Danny Fisher has kicked at least one field goal in 31 games, stretching out his own school record. He broke the record with two field goals in the season-opening win vs. Stonehill, breaking the previous mark of 24 set by Jon Koenig from 2006-09. He enters the Slippery Rock game with 56 career 3-pointers. COLORING RECORD BOOK MAROON & GOLD Franklyn Quiteh has plenty of BU company atop the PSAC rushing list. Now that Quiteh owns the career conference rushing record, the Huskies occupy three out of the top four all-time PSAC rushing spots - Quiteh, Jamar Brittingham (5,689 yards from 2004-07, second) and Irv Singler (5,105 from 1994-97, fourth). DII’S FINEST During preseason, D2Football.com unveiled its top 100 players in all of NCAA Division II. The Huskies were extremely well represented in that poll, placing three players in the top 11 and five in the top 100 – including taking the top spot. Senior running back Franklyn Quiteh earned the honor as the No. 1 player in the poll, being credited for his speed, vision and ability to break tackles. The two-time Harlon Hill finalist was joined by defensive end Larry Webster (No. 9), offensive guard Brian Clarke (No. 11), center Chris Steck (No. 94) and defensive tackle Chris Kennedy (No. 96). When the D2Football.com preseason All-America teams came out in August, the Huskies also had strong representation - Quiteh and Clarke were each first team selections while Steck and Webster landed on the second team.

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FROM THE ARCHIVES By Bloomsburg University Archivist Bob Dunkelberger Franklyn Quiteh scored the winning points over Slippery Rock last week with just 27 seconds left in the game. The last time the Huskies won a game with so little time left was on September 5, 2009, when Dan Latorre hit Cory Stiger with a 4-yard touchdown pass with 22 seconds left for a 17-10 victory at California. Paul Darragh has a school record 10 wins by a first-year head coach. The record had been seven, by Charles Albert in 1910 and Pete Adrian in 1986. The only other coaches to win at least five were Robert Redman with six in 1947 and Albert Aldinger and Jack Yohe with five, in 1894 and 1952 respectively. The Huskies have run up 436 points in their first eleven games, the second-highest total in school history behind the 458 scored in 1996. This is the sixth time Bloomsburg has reached the 400-point mark during a regular season and the third time in the last four seasons. Bloomsburg has set new school records with ten 30-point games during the regular season and seven games in a season with 500 or more yards of total offense. The Huskies tied the school record set last year of seven games with 300 or more yards rushing. The University of Florida’s loss this past Saturday means the Gators will not win at least seven games for the first time since 1987. That leaves just four teams in all of NCAA college football with a longer seven-game victory streak than the Huskies’ current 15 straight seasons: Florida State, Virginia Tech, NW Missouri and Mt. Union.

GAME- BY- G AME S TATI S TI CS HUSKIES

Rushing Att.

Yds.

TD

Stonehill 68 Edinboro 64 Kutztown 43 Lock Haven 44 Gannon 45 Millersville 40 E. Stroudsburg 39 Cheyney 50 Shippensburg 30 West Chester 57 Slippery Rock 45 OPPONENTS Att. Stonehill 20 Edinboro 33 Kutztown 20 Lock Haven 30 Gannon 30 Millersville 35 E. Stroudsburg 25 Cheyney 31 Shippensburg 39 West Chester 25 Slippery Rock 47

457 383 239 409 351 208 397 282 106 310 366

4 6 2 3 3 2 6 4 2 3 5

Passing Comp.

11 10 11 12 8 7 17 12 12 16 13

Rushing Yds.

TD

53 154 -3 59 72 66 180 98 83 70 151

0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

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of of of of of of of of of of of

18 17 17 17 15 15 23 18 32 27 29

Td

Plays

Yds.

1st Downs

185 143 133 184 149 84 238 165 152 262 173

1 0 2 4 2 2 1 1 0 0 1

86 81 60 61 60 55 62 68 62 84 74

642 526 372 593 500 292 627 447 258 572 533

28 26 16 26 21 16 28 26 17 28 17

Yds.

Td

Plays

145 360 351 256 204 166 476 165 466 375 343

1 4 2 1 0 1 5 1 5 4 2

54 65 78 63 67 69 73 52 79 51 89

Passing Comp.

12 25 41 19 21 21 32 11 31 16 24

of of of of of of of of of of of

34 32 58 33 37 35 48 21 40 26 42

Offense

Yds.

3rd Downs

6-13 7-15 6-12 7-19 5-12 5-11 6-10 2-8 5-13 8-17 9-17

TofP

(46%) (46%) (50%) (37%) (42%) (45%) (60%) (25%) (38%) (47%) (53%)

Sacks

TOs

40:02 1 37:27 1 29:36 2 28:53 1 33:00 0 24:49 1 29:40 1 34:36 1 26:56 1 37:46 1 32:56 2

Offense

1 0 1 3 5 0 4 1 2 1 5 0 6 1 0 1 5 3 2 1 4 0 Sacks

Yds. 1st Downs

198 514 348 315 276 232 620 263 549 375 494

Sacks Allowed

3rd Downs

12 1-12 (1%) 20 4-10 (40%) 22 7-16 (44%) 15 3-14 (21%) 20 4-12 (33%) 12 5-18 (28%) 28 5-12 (42%) 14 3-10 (30%) 23 12-19 (63%) 14 1-10 (10%) 24 6-18 (33%)

TofP

TOs

19:58 2 22:33 5 30:24 1 31:07 1 27:00 2 35:11 3 30:20 2 25:24 3 33:04 1 22:14 1 27:04 3

Sacks Allowed

0 1 3 1 0 5 1 4 1 2 0 5 1 6 1 0 3 5 1 2 0 4

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THE L AST TI ME I T H APPENED . . . 30 carries BU - Franklyn Quiteh (30) at West Chester, 11/9/13 Opp. - Brandon Brader (30), West Chester 11/3/12 40 carries BU - Franklyn Quiteh (43) vs. ESU, 10/13/12 Opp. - Not available 100-199 yards rushing BU - Franklyn Quiteh (159), vs. West Chester, 11/9/13 Opp. - Akeem Satterfield (181) at Slippery Rock, 11/10/12 200-299 yards rushing BU - Franklyn Quiteh (231) vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/13 Opp. - Rondell White (211), West Chester, 11/3/12 300+ yards rushing BU - Franklyn Quiteh (304) at ESU, 10/19/13 Opp. - Not available 3+ rushing TDs BU - Franklyn Quiteh (4) at ESU, 10/19/13 Opp. - Dawon Harvey (3), Ashland, 8/30/08 50+ yard run BU - Franklyn Quiteh (82) vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/13 Opp. - D’Andre Webb (77) West Chester, 10/23/10 20 pass completions BU - Pat Carey (22) at Mercyhurst, 11/13/10 Opp. - Nigel Barksdale (24), Slippery Rock, 11/16/13 30 pass completions BU - Jeff King (39) vs. Lock Haven, 9/19/92 Opp. - Zach Zulli (32) vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13 30 pass attempts BU - Tim Kelly (32) vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13 Opp. - Zach Zulli (39) vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13 40 pass attempts BU - Eric Miller (43) vs. UC Davis, 12/2/00 Opp. - Nigel Barksdale (41) vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/13

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50 pass attempts BU - Jeff King (69) vs. Lock Haven, 9/19/92 Opp. - Alec Werner (58) at Kutztown, 9/21/13

3+ interceptions BU - Deric Lynch (3) vs. Mansfield, 11/13/93 Opp. - Not available

200-299 yards passing BU - Tim Kelly (262) at West Chester, 11/9/13 Opp. - Liam Nadler (204) at Gannon, 10/5/13

3+ sacks BU - Larry Webster (4) at Kutztown, 9/21/13 Opp. - O’Neil Anderson (3), New Haven, 9/4/99

300-399 yards passing BU - Pat Carey (311) at Mercyhurst 11/13/10 Opp. - Nigel Barksdale (343) vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/13

Kickoff Return-TD BU - Jesse Cooper (91 yds) at Millersville, 10/04/08 Opp. - Kevin Anderson (92 yds), at Stonehill, 8/31/12

400+ yards passing BU - Eric Miller (415) vs. New Haven, 9/4/99 Opp. - Zach Zulli (466) vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13

Punt Return-TD BU - Lawrence Elliott Jr. (73 yds) vs. Millersville, 10/12/13 Opp. - Drew Scales (44 yds) vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/13

3+ passing TDs BU - Tim Kelly (4) vs. Lock Haven, 9/28/13 Opp. - Sean McCartney (4), WCU, 11/9/13

Interception Return-TD BU - Jonathan Patrick (45 yds), at West Chester, 11/9/13 Opp. - Kevin Williams (28 yds), Mercyhurst, 11/13/10

4+ passing TDs BU - Tim Kelly (4) vs. Lock Haven, 9/28/13 Opp. - Sean McCartney (4), WCU, 11/9/13

Fumble Return-TD BU - Terrell Oglesby (92 yds) at Millersville, 10/6/12 Opp. - Tarrell Lewis (33 yds), Ashland, 8/30/08

50+ yard pass BU - Tim Kelly to Trent Daniels (50), at West Chester, 11/9/13 Opp. - Nigel Barksdale to John Schademan (74), Blocked Field Goal vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/13 BU - Donovan Morris vs. Cheyney, 10/26/13 Opp. - Chad Miller, Millersville, 9/25/10 10 receptions BU - Steve Burke (11) vs. ESU, 10/2/04 Blocked Punt Opp. - John Schademan (10) vs. Slippery Rock, BU - Jeremiah Lowery, Slippery Rock, 11/16/13 11/10/12 Opp. - Ian Wild, Mercyhurst, 11/13/10 100-199 yards receiving BU - Glenn Hutton Jr. (100) at West Chester, 40-yard field goal 11/9/13 BU - Dan Fisher (47), vs. Stonehill, 9/7/13 Opp. - John Schademan (169) vs. Slippery Rock, Opp. - Taylor Groff (52), ESU, 10/13/12 11/16/13 50-yard field goal 200+ yards receiving BU - Dan Fisher (52) vs. Edinboro, 9/8/12 BU - Ron Lelko (211) vs. ESU, 11/16/96 Opp. - Taylor Groff (52), ESU, 10/13/12 Opp. - Sheldon Mayer (244) vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13 3+ TD Receptions BU - Glenn Hutton Jr. (3) vs. Lock Haven, 9/28/13 Opp. - Trevor Harman, Shippensburg (3), 10/31/13

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Paul Darragh I N T E R I M

H E A D

C O A C H

F I R S T

S E A S O N

Paul Darragh was named interim head coach of Bloomsburg University in February 2013 and overall will be starting his 17th season with the Huskies this year. Darragh has served as the Huskies’ defensive coordinator for the last 16 years. Under Darragh’s leadership the Huskies’ defense has ranked in the top-half of the PSAC in total defense seven of the past 11 seasons, including back-to-back second place finishes in 2000 and 2001 and a second place in 2009. The Huskies have also ranked among the best in the PSAC in run defense finishing first or second five times, including second in two of the last four seasons. The 2009 Huskies finished third nationally in scoring defense (13.36/game), pacing the PSAC. BU also led the conference in sacks, ranking 14th nationally (3.09 per game). In 2010 the Huskies were eighth in Division II in rushing defense (85.38 yards per game). Overall under Darragh’s leadership, the Bloomsburg defense finished in the top-15 in NCAA Division II six times since the 2000 season. Darragh has also coached 51 first team All-PSAC performers, seven All-Americans and two PSAC East Defensive Players of the Year in Anthony Smith (2009) and Mike Varanavage (2010). Prior to Bloomsburg, Darragh worked for two years at Indiana (PA) as the linebackers coach. He started his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Temple from 1987-89. From there, Darragh coached the linebackers at Northeastern and Gannon before being promoted to defensive coordinator at Gannon. He moved from Gannon to the defensive coordinator post at William Paterson College before joining the IUP staff. A three-year starter and captain for Temple, he graduated in 1985 after earning All-East honors as an inside linebacker.

The Darragh File

Alma Mater:

Temple (‘85, ‘89)

College Coaching Experience Bloomsburg Interim Head Coach Bloomsburg Defensive Coordinator Indiana (PA) Linebackers William Patterson Def. Coordinator Gannon Defensive Coordinator Gannon Linebackers Northeastern Linebackers Temple Graduate Assistant

Darragh and his wife Yelena live in Orangeville with their children Sasha, Lemuel and Gabriel.

BLOOMSBU RG CO ACH I NG S TAF F Paul Darragh - Interim Head Coach

Linebackers - Will Blanden

Chet Henicle - Interim Defensive Coordinator/ Defensive Assistant - Frank Williams Video Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator Tight Ends - Keenan Chesnick Bryan McBryan - Offensive Line Running Backs - Stefan Adams Bill Perkins - Defensive Line/Strength & Conditioning Kickers - Ed T. Rush Quarterbacks/Receivers - Jack Lydic

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2013 Bloomsburg Team and Individual Statistical Rankings

Scoring Offense Pass Offense Rushing Offense Total Offense Passing Efficiency

Team PSAC NCAA Average/Total Rank Rank 39.6 169.8 317.6 487.5 137.7

4 11 1 4 6

21 129 5 16 33

Scoring Defense Pass Defense Rushing Defense Total Defense Pass Efficiency Defense

21.5 294.7 87.0 382.7 144.3

5 16 1 8 14

33 159 9 69 140

Turnover Margin Sacks Sacks Allowed

+0.9 3.18 1.00

Net Punting Punt Returns Kickoff Returns

32.67 8.00 24.11

2 22 3 14 3 15 10 13 3

90 99 15

Player Average/Total

Passing Efficiency

Rushing YPG

F. Quiteh - 180.6 D. Munger - 59.0

PSAC NCAA Rank Rank 1 13

1 137

T. Kelly - 143.2

5

38

Total Offense

T. Kelly - 190.8 F. Quiteh - 180.6

6 8

86 92

Receiving YPG

G. Hutton Jr. - 62.7

12

116

Interceptions

J. Patrick - 0.5 T. Cabrera - 0.3

3 15

24 92

Kickoff Returns

L. Elliott Jr. - 32.3

1

5

Field Goals

D. Fisher - 0.9

4

48

Scoring F. Quiteh - 16.0 1 1 D. Fisher - 7.6 9 69 Sacks L. Webster - 1.1 1 5 Tackles

J. Shirk - 10.1

4

32

2013 West Chester Team and Individual Statistical Rankings

Scoring Offense Pass Offense Rushing Offense Total Offense Passing Efficiency

Team PSAC NCAA Average/Total Rank Rank 40.2 288.5 206.5 495.0 167.24

3 4 4 3 1

16 28 35 10 9

Scoring Defense Pass Defense Rushing Defense Total Defense Pass Efficiency Defense

19.8 218.6 114.3 332.9 112.02

3 10 2 3 4

24 70 22 29 30

Turnover Margin Sacks Sacks Allowed

+0.3 3.33 0.75

8 56 1 12 1 8

Net Punting Punt Returns Kickoff Returns

38.90 13.62 23.80

1 1 5

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5 25 20

Player Average/Total

Passing Efficiency

Rushing YPG

R. White - 142.9

PSAC NCAA Rank Rank 3

8

S. McCartney - 169.3

1

8

Passing YPG

S. McCartney - 264.2

4

34

Total Offense

S. McCartney - 270.3 R. White - 144.4

5 11

42 127

Receiving YPG

E. Brundidge - 61.9 R. White - 59.2

13 16

122 132

Field Goals

S. Leo - 1.0

2

27

Scoring

R. White - 11.0 S. Leo - 8.0

3 8

10 53

Sacks Tackles

A. Cohen - 0.4 M. Labor - 0.4 C. DiValentino - 0.4

22 23 26

175 180 226

M. Labor - 7.8 R. Williams - 7.4

15 21

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B LOOMSBU RG F O O TBAL L • TEAM S TATI S T IC S

* * * * * * *

Date Sep 7, 2013 Sep 14, 2013 Sep 21, 2013 Sep 28, 2013 Oct 5, 2013 Oct 12, 2013 Oct 19, 2013 Oct 26, 2013 Oct 31, 2013 Nov 09, 2013 Nov 16, 2013

Rushing

Franklyn Quiteh Dai'Shon Munger Joe Parsnik Tim Kelly Matt Wenrich Brody Myers Derek Burkhard Domair Anderson L. Elliott Jr. Brady Knerr TEAM Total Opponents Passing

Tim Kelly Brady Knerr Tony Peregrin TEAM Total Opponents Receiving

Glenn Hutton Jr Tony Peregrin Connor Gades Franklyn Quiteh Aaron Allison Jack Sandherr Shane Quinn Trent Daniels Dai'Shon Munger Derek Burkhard Joe Parsnik L. Elliott Jr. Total Opponents Field Goals

Dan Fisher Scoring

Franklyn Quiteh Dan Fisher Tim Kelly Glenn Hutton Jr Joe Parsnik Tony Peregrin JP Patrick Dai'Shon Munger Matt Wenrich Connor Gades L. Elliott Jr. Derek Burkhard Tomas Cabrera Aaron Allison Total Opponents

Opponent STONEHILL at Edinboro at Kutztown LOCK HAVEN at Gannon University MILLERSVILLE at East Stroudsburg CHEYNEY SHIPPENSBURG at WEST CHESTER SLIPPERY ROCK gp

att

11 11 11 11 10 10 11 8 11 5 6 11 11 gp

11 5 10 6 11 11

Score 41-13 47-35 31-12 56-10 38-14 45-7 52-38 35-7 18-34 31-28 42-38

W W W W W W W W L W W

gain loss

net avg td

237 2022 35 1987 8.4 27 119 677 28 649 5.5 2 77 482 11 471 6.1 3 49 352 85 267 5.4 6 14 85 0 85 6.1 2 7 28 0 28 4.0 0 5 14 0 14 2.8 0 2 10 0 10 5.0 0 1 8 0 8 8.0 0 3 11 14 -3 -1.0 0 11 0 22 -22 -2.0 0 525 3689 195 3494 6.7 40 335 1308 346 962 2.9 5 effic comp-att-int

pct

143.16 126-218-7 50.30 3-8-1 -200.00 0-1-1 0.00 0-1-0 137.77 129-228-9 144.30 253-405-15

gp

no.

yds

11 42 690 10 25 357 11 20 199 11 11 165 11 8 127 11 5 66 11 5 40 10 4 83 11 4 48 11 2 61 11 2 13 11 1 19 11 129 1868 11 253 3242 fg

avg

pct. 01-19

10-14 71.4 0-0 td

fg

29 - 10-14 6 6 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 58 10-14 33 3-7

kick

54-55 54-55 29-32

lg avg/g

yds td

6 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 14 27

20-29

4-4

lg avg/g

57 166.5 19 7.2 0 0.0 0 0.0 57 169.8 84 294.7

4-5

40-49

2-4

-

-

5 3 3 2 1 1

Punting

lg blk

50-99

0-1

47

-

pts

- 176 - 84 - 36 - 36 - 20 - 12 - 12 - 12 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 6 - 436 - 236

Home 5-1 3-1 2-0

0

Away 5-0 3-0 2-0

BLOOM 249 142 91 16 3494 525 6.7 317.6 40 1868 228-129-9 8.2 14.5 169.8 14 5362 7.1 487.5 36-868 18-144 15-243 15-5 84-742 42-38.7 32:20 66/137 5/11 yds avg td

133 82 0 18 6 4

26.6 27.3 0.0 9.0 6.0 4.0

no. yds avg

Will Wagner Dan Fisher

lg

41 1580 38.5 59 1 46 46.0 46 109 27 8 144 154

Kick Returns

no.

yds avg td

L. Elliott Jr. Damin Finley Donovan Morris Domair Anderson TEAM Derek Burkhard Andrew Harris Connor Gades Total Opponents All Purpose

Franklyn Quiteh Dai'Shon Munger Glenn Hutton Jr L. Elliott Jr. Joe Parsnik Total Opponents Tim Kelly Franklyn Quiteh Dai'Shon Munger Joe Parsnik Matt Wenrich

yds avg td

16 516 10 202 5 130 1 7 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 13 36 868 70 1273

g

rush

rcv

fc i20 50+ blk

5 11 16 0 0 0

9 5 4 18 11

12.1 5.4 2.0 8.0 14.0

OPP 206 65 121 20 962 335 2.9 87.5 5 3242 405-253-15 8.0 12.8 294.7 27 4204 5.7 382.2 70-1273 11-154 9-96 15-9 68-640 59-38.2 27:40 50/149 10/24 45 82 0 18 6 4

tb

no.

L. Elliott Jr. JP Patrick DJ Robinson Total Opponents

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0

lg

2 1 0 0 0 0

Punt Returns

Total Offense

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no.

JP Patrick Tomas Cabrera DJ Robinson Tyler Knoblauch Gary Postell Ezra Ranco

lg avg/g

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

1-1 1-1 0-1 2-3 0-1

Interceptions

56 62.7 57 35.7 34 18.1 36 15.0 32 11.5 26 6.0 13 3.6 50 8.3 15 4.4 42 5.5 9 1.2 19 1.7 57 169.8 84 294.7

30-39

Overall 10-1 6-1 4-0

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions

82 180.6 34 59.0 62 42.8 41 24.3 11 8.5 9 2.8 5 1.3 5 1.2 8 0.7 11 -0.6 0 -3.7 82 317.6 45 87.5

57.8 1832 14 37.5 36 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 56.6 1868 14 62.5 3242 27 td

16.4 14.3 9.9 15.0 15.9 13.2 8.0 20.8 12.0 30.5 6.5 19.0 14.5 12.8

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

Att. 3175 4235 5234 2428 1748 5395 2100 2945 3287 7849 2635

1 0 0 1 1

6 0

0 0

lg

73 12 12 73 44 lg

32.2 20.2 26.0 7.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 13.0 24.1 18.2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

86 29 45 7 0 0 0 13 86 80

pr

kr

ir

total avg/g

11 1987 165 0 0 0 2152 195.6 11 649 48 0 0 0 697 63.4 11 0 690 0 0 0 690 62.7 11 8 19 109 516 0 652 59.3 11 471 13 0 0 0 484 44.0 11 3494 1868 144 868 243 6617 601.5 11 962 3242 154 1273 96 5727 520.6 g plays

11 11 11 11 10

rush

pass

total avg/g

267 267 1832 2099 190.8 237 1987 0 1987 180.6 119 649 0 649 59.0 77 471 0 471 42.8 14 85 0 85 85

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B LOOMSBU RG FOOTBAL L • DEF ENS I V E S TATI S T IC S 2013 Bloomsburg Huskies Football Bloomsburg Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Nov 25, 2013) All games # 10 44 9 52 21 3 29 99 22 11 5 94 58 68 42 82 26 17 71 92 57 66 37 24 95 61 2 16 1 43 13 18 15 6 50 77 97 48 90 59

gp

Justin Shirk Andrew Harris Gary Postell Dylan Spangler Donovan Morris DJ Robinson Tomas Cabrera Larry Webster Tyler Knoblauch Garrett Pope JP Patrick David McFadden Shawn Mitchell Chris Kennedy Ezra Ranco Joseph Wetty Brandon True Jerrin Toomey Jeremiah Lowery Dylan Stair B. Decena Will Ridgeway Bryan McCall Travon Pugh Roy Dennis Bill LaBadie Damin Finley L. Elliott Jr. Glenn Hutton Jr T. Szaflarski Tim Kelly Tony Peregrin Connor Gades Brady Knerr Dakota Hoagland Brian Clarke Dan Fisher Will Wagner Braden Drexler Jesse Osborne Total Opponents

11 56 55 11 27 41 11 45 16 11 13 39 11 25 20 11 31 12 9 24 18 11 26 16 11 23 16 10 18 17 11 19 15 11 3 24 10 6 18 11 8 15 11 10 11 11 8 11 11 7 9 10 6 10 7 . 15 11 3 11 7 6 7 11 1 9 4 3 6 5 5 2 7 1 6 5 1 5 9 2 2 11 1 1 11 1 1 8 . 2 11 1 . 10 1 . 11 . 1 5 1 . 11 1 . 11 . 1 11 1 . 11 1 . 11 1 . 10 1 . 11 387 432 11 366 468

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ua

Tackles a tot

Defensive Leaders

111 68 61 52 45 43 42 42 39 35 34 27 24 23 21 19 16 16 15 14 13 10 9 7 7 6 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 819 834

tfl/yds

Sacks no-yds

Pass defense Fumbles blkd int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick

8.0-32 5.5-23 4.0-11 3.0-7 1.5-4 5.0-15 1.0-3 14.0-103 . 0.5-2 2.0-2 2.0-14 5.5-30 4.0-13 6.5-36 0.5-3 0.5-1 0.5-1 0.5-1 2.0-10 1.5-5 0.5-1 1.0-8 1.0-10 2.0-6 0.5-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73-343 49-157

3.0-18 . 1.0-3 . . 1-6 . . 1.0-3 . . 3-0 . 3-82 12.5-102 . . 2-18 . . . 5-133 1.5-14 . 3.0-21 . 3.0-12 . 4.0-30 1-4 0.5-3 . . . . . . . 2.0-10 . . . . . 1.0-8 . 1.0-10 . 1.5-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35-238 15-243 11-83 9-96

3 1 5 . 8 9 4 2 3 . 2 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . . 1 . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 17

2 . . . 1 . . 8 . . . 2 . . . 1 . . . 1 . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 5

. . 1-5 . 3--2 . 1-0 2-0 . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-3 4-0

1 . 2 . . . . 1 . . 1 . 1 1 3 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 5

. . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1

saf

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2013 Bloomsburg Huskies Football Bloomsburg Red-Zone Results (as of Nov 25, 2013) All games Bloomsburg Inside Opponent Red-Zone

Date

Sep 7, 2013 Sep 14, 2013 Sep 21, 2013 Sep 28, 2013 Oct 5, 2013 Oct 12, 2013 Oct 19, 2013 Oct 26, 2013 Oct 31, 2013 Nov 09, 2013 Nov 16, 2013

Opponent

STONEHILL at Edinboro at Kutztown LOCK HAVEN at Gannon University MILLERSVILLE at East Stroudsburg CHEYNEY SHIPPENSBURG at WEST CHESTER SLIPPERY ROCK Totals 44 of 47 (93.6%)

Score

W W W W W W W W L W W

41-13 47-35 31-12 56-10 38-14 45-7 52-38 35-7 18-34 31-28 42-38

Times Times In RZ Scored

5 7 3 2 4 4 5 4 3 4 6 47

4 7 3 2 3 4 5 4 3 3 6 44

Total Pts

24 40 17 14 17 24 31 28 18 17 42 272

TDs

3 5 2 2 2 3 4 4 2 2 6 35

Rush TDs

3 5 1 1 1 2 3 4 2 2 5 29

Pass TDs

0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 6

FGs Made

Failed to score inside RZ FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game

FGs Made

Failed to score inside RZ FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game

1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 9

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Opponents Inside Bloomsburg Red-Zone

Date

Sep 7, 2013 Sep 14, 2013 Sep 21, 2013 Sep 28, 2013 Oct 5, 2013 Oct 12, 2013 Oct 19, 2013 Oct 26, 2013 Oct 31, 2013 Nov 09, 2013 Nov 16, 2013

Opponent

STONEHILL at Edinboro at Kutztown LOCK HAVEN at Gannon University MILLERSVILLE at East Stroudsburg CHEYNEY SHIPPENSBURG at WEST CHESTER SLIPPERY ROCK Totals 16 of 28 (57.1%)

Score

W W W W W W W W L W W

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41-13 47-35 31-12 56-10 38-14 45-7 52-38 35-7 18-34 31-28 42-38

Times Times In RZ Scored

1 2 4 2 3 2 4 2 2 1 5 28

1 2 2 1 2 1 3 0 0 1 3 16

Total Pts

7 14 12 3 14 7 17 0 0 7 17 98

TDs

1 2 2 0 2 1 2 0 0 1 2 13

Rush TDs

0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 5

Pass TDs

1 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 8

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3

0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 3

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 5

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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B LOO MSBU R G FOO TBAL L • 201 3 S EAS O N H I GH S INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

31 304 4 82 32 17 262 4 57 8 124 3 57 2 2 47 6 48.0 59 73 86 16 4.0 4.0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Franklyn Quiteh at Edinboro (Sep 14, 2013) Franklyn Quiteh at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) Franklyn Quiteh at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) Franklyn Quiteh vs Slippery Rock (Nov 16, 2013) Tim Kelly vs Shippensburg (Oct 31, 2013) Tim Kelly at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) Tim Kelly at WEST CHESTER (Nov 09, 2013) Tim Kelly vs Lock Haven (Sep 28, 2013) Tim Kelly at Edinboro (Sep 14, 2013) Glenn Hutton Jr at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) Glenn Hutton Jr vs Stonehill (Sep 7, 2013) Glenn Hutton Jr vs Lock Haven (Sep 28, 2013) Tony Peregrin at Edinboro (Sep 14, 2013) Dan Fisher vs Stonehill (Sep 7, 2013) Dan Fisher at Edinboro (Sep 14, 2013) Dan Fisher vs Stonehill (Sep 7, 2013) Will Wagner vs Slippery Rock (Nov 16, 2013) Will Wagner at Edinboro (Sep 14, 2013) Will Wagner at Kutztown (Sep 21, 2013) L. Elliott Jr. vs Millersville (Oct 12, 2013) L. Elliott Jr. vs Shippensburg (Oct 31, 2013) Justin Shirk at WEST CHESTER (Nov 09, 2013) Larry Webster at Kutztown (Sep 21, 2013) Larry Webster at Kutztown (Sep 21, 2013) DJ Robinson vs Stonehill (Sep 7, 2013) Tomas Cabrera vs Stonehill (Sep 7, 2013) Tyler Knoblauch at Edinboro (Sep 14, 2013) Tomas Cabrera at Edinboro (Sep 14, 2013) Tyler Knoblauch at Kutztown (Sep 21, 2013) Tomas Cabrera vs Lock Haven (Sep 28, 2013) JP Patrick at Gannon University (Oct 5, 2013) DJ Robinson at Gannon University (Oct 5, 2013) JP Patrick vs Millersville (Oct 12, 2013) DJ Robinson at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) JP Patrick at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) Ezra Ranco vs Cheyney (Oct 26, 2013) JP Patrick vs Shippensburg (Oct 31, 2013) JP Patrick at WEST CHESTER (Nov 09, 2013) Gary Postell vs Slippery Rock (Nov 16, 2013)

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BLOOMSBURG 2013 Bloomsburg Huskies Football FOOTBALL GAME NOTES Bloomsburg Game Superlatives (as of Nov 25, 2013) B U R G F O O T B A LAll L games • 201 3 S EAS O N H I GH S TEAM GAME HIGHS

Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs

Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

68 457 10.0 6 6 32 17 262 10.8 4 86 642 10.1 56 6 28 28 28 15 157 3 2 2 2 2

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vs Stonehill (Sep 7, 2013) vs Stonehill (Sep 7, 2013) at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) at Edinboro (Sep 14, 2013) at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) vs Shippensburg (Oct 31, 2013) at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) at WEST CHESTER (Nov 09, 2013) vs Lock Haven (Sep 28, 2013) vs Lock Haven (Sep 28, 2013) vs Stonehill (Sep 7, 2013) vs Stonehill (Sep 7, 2013) at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) vs Lock Haven (Sep 28, 2013) at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) vs Stonehill (Sep 7, 2013) at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013) at WEST CHESTER (Nov 09, 2013) at Gannon University (Oct 5, 2013) at Gannon University (Oct 5, 2013) at Kutztown (Sep 21, 2013) vs Stonehill (Sep 7, 2013) at Edinboro (Sep 14, 2013) at Gannon University (Oct 5, 2013) at East Stroudsburg (Oct 19, 2013)

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Quickie Statistics (Final) #16 Bloomsburg vs #8 WEST CHESTER (Nov 09, 2013 at WEST CHESTER, Pa.) Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Bloomsburg Rushing Franklyn Quiteh Joe Parsnik Dai'Shon Munger Matt Wenrich

WCU 28 14 25-70 305 26-16-1 51-375 0-0 0-0 6-132 0-0 7-41.0 0-0 1-15 22:14 1 of 10 1 of 2 1-1

WEST CHESTER No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg 30 159 5 154 1 23 5.1 3 73 1 72 0 62 24.0 10 34 1 33 0 7 3.3 4 25 0 25 1 11 6.2

Passing Tim Kelly

C-A-I 16-27-0

Receiving Glenn Hutton Jr Tony Peregrin Aaron Allison Trent Daniels

No. Yards 5 100 5 52 2 35 1 50

Punting Will Wagner

BLOOM 31 28 57-310 262 27-16-0 84-572 0-0 2-3 4--3 1-45 4-42.2 3-1 5-30 37:46 8 of 17 0 of 1 3-4

No. 4

Yds 169

Yds TD Long Sack 262 0 50 1 TD 0 0 0 0

Long 43 16 27 50

Avg Long In20 42.2 56 3

TB 1

Rushing Rondell White Eddie Elliott Sean McCartney

No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg 21 91 3 88 0 22 4.2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 3 0 18 -18 0 0 -6.0

Passing Sean McCartney

C-A-I 16-26-1

Receiving Rondell White Eddie Elliott Erick Brundidge Tim Brown

No. Yards 5 44 4 79 4 76 2 35

Punting Rich Bruno

No. 7

Yds 287

Yds TD Long Sack 305 4 71 2 TD 0 2 1 0

Long 20 51 33 20

Avg Long In20 41.0 52 2

Punt Returns L. Elliott Jr.

No. Yards 2 3

TD 0

Long 3

Punt Returns

No. Yards

TD

Long

Kick Returns Damin Finley Andrew Harris

No. Yards 1 0 1 0

TD 0 0

Long 0 0

Kick Returns Brandon Monk Rondell White

No. Yards 2 75 2 45

TD 0 0

Long 46 28

Tackles Justin Shirk DJ Robinson Gary Postell Dylan Spangler

UA-A 7-9 4-2 5-0 1-4

Tackles Mike Labor Shawn Krautzel Brandon Pepper Ronell Williams

UA-A 7-5 7-3 6-4 4-6

Qtr 1st 2nd

3rd 4th

Time

04:58 12:56 10:35 04:12 02:13 10:35 07:59 07:38 01:45

Total 16 6 5 5

Scoring Play

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TFL 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

BLOOM - Dan Fisher 28 yd field goal, 10-66 3:40 WCU - Eddie Elliott 51 yd pass from Sean McCartney (Shawn Leo kick), 3-73 0:38 BLOOM - Franklyn Quiteh 4 yd run (Dan Fisher kick), 6-84 2:21 BLOOM - Matt Wenrich 6 yd run (Dan Fisher kick), 6-94 3:19 WCU - Erick Brundidge 33 yd pass from Sean McCartney (Shawn Leo kick), 5-44 1:59 BLOOM - Tim Kelly 32 yd run (Dan Fisher kick), 10-79 4:25 BLOOM - JP Patrick 45 yd interception return (Dan Fisher kick) WCU - Tim Keyser 71 yd pass from Sean McCartney (Shawn Leo kick), 1-71 0:21 WCU - Eddie Elliott 18 yd pass from Sean McCartney (Shawn Leo kick), 8-80 1:35

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Total 12 10 10 10

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TB 0

TFL 1.0 1.5 0.0 0.0 V-H

3-0 3-7 10 - 7 17 - 7 17 - 14 24 - 14 31 - 14 31 - 21 31 - 28

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