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Bloomsburg University 2010 Football Game Notes Sports Information: Tom McGuire (tmcguire@bloomu.edu); Paul Blascovich (pblascov@bloomu.edu) Phone: 570.389.4413 Fax: 570.389.4724 Address: 400 East Second St.; Bloomsburg, PA 17815 Website: buhuskies.com

Game #3 Saturday, September 18, 2010 — 1:00 p.m. Redman Stadium

Indiana Crimson Hawks

Bloomsburg Huskies vs.

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Series History First Meeting: 1935 Series Record: IUP leads 18-8 Current Win Streak: BU, 3 Last Meeting: 2007; BU 41 - IUP 35

Media Radio: WHLM (930 AM); WHLM.com (Jim Doyle and Andy Ulicny)

2010 Indiana Statistical Leaders

2010 Bloomsburg Statistical Leaders

RUSHING Harvie Tuck Darryl Herod Teddy Blakeman PASSING Pat Smith RECEIVING Mychal Skinner Darryl Herod Nate Morrow DEFENSE Jeff Vaughn Mike Katch Mark Jackson PUNTS Joey Mencer

Att. 48 7 6 Comp 25 No. 9 5 4 Tack. 19 17 12 No. 10

Yds. 187 51 46 Att. 39 Yds. 152 61 46 Sack. 0 1 0 Yds. 299

Avg. 3.9 7.3 7.7 Yds. 307 Avg. 16.9 12.2 11.5 TFL 1 2 1 Avg. 29.9

TD 1 0 0 TD 0 TD 0 0 1 Int. 0 1 1 Long 41

Long 42 29 28 Int. 0 Long 46 17 23 FF/FR 0/0 0/0 1/0

2010 Indiana Schedule Date Opponent Sep 2 SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT ST. Sep 11 East Stroudsburg Sep 18 Bloomsburg Sep 25 *SLIPPERY ROCK Oct 2 *Edinboro Oct 9 *MERCYHURST Oct 16 *CLARION Oct 23 *Gannon Oct 30 *California Nov 6 *LOCK HAVEN Nov 13 WEST CHESTER *PSAC West game

RUSHING Franklyn Quiteh Codie Butler Mike Quintans PASSING Pat Carey RECEIVING Cory Stiger Ben Weaber Matt Marchioni DEFENSE Mike Varanavage Jarrett Pidgeon Alex Landis PUNTS Dan Fisher

Att. 50 10 9 Comp 22 No. 6 5 4 Tack. 22 15 15 No. 8

Yds. 358 84 33 Att. 43 Yds. 122 47 62 Sack. 0 0 0 Yds. 273

Avg. 7.2 8.4 3.7 Yds. 303 Avg. 20.3 9.4 15.5 TFL 3 0 1 Avg. 34.1

TD 3 1 0 TD 2 TD 1 0 0 Int. 0 0 0 Long 46

Long 68 39 7 Int. 2 Long 66 12 23 FF/FR 0/1 0/0 0/0

2010 Bloomsburg Schedule Time/Result W, 16-6 W, 23-17 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Date Opponent Sep 4 at Ashland Sep 11 CLARION Sep 18 IUP Sep 25 *at Millersville Oct 2 *EAST STROUDSBURG Oct 9 *at Cheyney Oct 16 *at Shippensburg Oct 23 *WEST CHESTER Oct 30 *at C.W. Post Nov 6 *KUTZTOWN Nov 13 at Lock Haven *PSAC East game

Time/Result L, 24-14 W, 41-13 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m.


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Bloomsburg Quick Facts Location ......................... Bloomsburg, Pa. President .......................Dr. David L. Soltz Founded ............................................... 1893 Enrollment ......................................... 9,512 Affiliation.....................NCAA Division II Conference ................. Pennsylvania State ...................... Athletic Conference (PSAC) School Colors .................Maroon & Gold Team Nickname ............................Huskies Stadium ..........................Redman Stadium Capacity .............................................. 4,775 Surface .......................................... FieldTurf Athletic Director ....... Dr. Mary Gardner Head Coach ............................ Danny Hale Football Office ....................570-389-4359 Training Room ...................570-389-4369

Sports Information Sports Information Director Tom McGuire Office................................... 570-389-4413 Email .................. tmcguire@bloomu.edu Intern / Asst. SID Paul Blascovich Office................................... 570-389-2767 Email ................... pblascov@bloomu.edu Graduate Assistants Brooke Wilson and Ryan Zvorsky Office................................... 570-389-5230

MATCH UP: In the second week of PSAC crossover games, Bloomsburg faces the Crimson Hawks of Clarion University. The last time the teams met was in 2007, when the Huskies won in a 41-35 shootout. IUP leads the all-time series 18-8 in a rivalry dating to before 1933; Bloomsburg has a current winning streak of three games. THE HEAD COACHES: Huskies coach Danny Hale (West Chester ‘68) is in his 18th year at the helm of the Bloomsburg program. With the Huskies, he has a 145-50-1 (.742) record and has the most wins in school history. For his career, Hale is 185-63-1 and his winning percentage of .745 is ranked among the top 10 active coaches in Division II and top 20 D-II coaches all-time. Hale has led BU to six playoff appearances, including the latest in 2008. He has been honored as the PSAC East Coach of the Year 10 times, the AFCA Regional Coach of the Year nine times, and was named the AFCA National Coach of the Year following the 2000 season. Currently in his fifth year as Indiana’s head coach, Lou Tepper (Rutgers ‘67) has a 32-13 (.711) record with the Crimson Hawks and is also ranked among the top 10 active D-II coaches in winning percentage. Tepper is a native of Keystone, Pa., growing up less than 25 miles from Indiana. He spent over three decades coaching at the Division I level, including at the University of Illinois from 1991 to 1996. Tepper also served as head coach at PSAC-rival Edinboro from 2000 to 2005. PSAC EAST AT A GLANCE: This is the last PSAC crossover week until the final week of the regular season. All teams begin division play next week. Here’s a look at this week’s matchups in the PSAC East... Record Bloomsburg 1-1 Cheyney 0-2 C.W. Post 1-1 Millersville 1-1 East Stroudsburg 1-1 Shippensburg 0-2 Kutztown 2-0 West Chester 0-2

2010 PSAC East Standings

Kutztown Bloomsburg C.W. Post East Stroudsburg Millersville Cheyney Shippensburg West Chester

LEAGUE W-L Pct. 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

OVERALL W-L Pct. 2-0 1.000 1-1 .500 1-1 .500 1-1 .500 1-1 .500 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-2 .000

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

Last Week W 41-13 vs. Clarion L 0-30 vs. Slippery Rock L 13-40 vs. California W 35-21 vs. Lock Haven L 17-23 vs. IUP L 22-19 vs. Gannon W 35-14 vs. Mercyhurst L 14-16 vs. Edinboro

This Week vs. IUP (1 p.m.) vs. Edinboro (1 p.m.) vs. Mercyhurst (1 p.m.) vs. Gannon (1 p.m.) at California (3:30 p.m.) at Clarion (6 p.m.) at Lock Haven (7 p.m.) at Slippery Rock (7 p.m.)

2010 PSAC West Standings

California (Pa.) Edinboro Gannon Indiana (Pa.) Slippery Rock Mercyhurst Clarion Lock Haven

LEAGUE W-L Pct. 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

OVERALL W-L Pct. 2-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 2-0 1.000 1-1 .500 0-2 .000 0-2 .000

September 18, 2010


Bloomsburg University Football Game Notes SCOUTING IUP: (Courtesy Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference) IUP had its first losing season since 1982 last year, and after going through some growing pains with a freshman quarterback in Pat Smith when starter Andrew Krewatch was lost for the season with an injury, looks to have the personnel for a bounceback season. The Crimson Hawks also struggled with injuries in addition to the one to their starting quarterback and this year will return several of those that missed significant portions of last year with injuries. Smith is the leader heading into camp to start at QB but he will be challenged by junior college transfer Bo Napoleon. IUP will have the most returning offensive starters in the PSAC with nine. Particularly strong should be their offensive line, a veteran group that returns four starters, including guard Jim O’Rourke, a two-time All-PSAC West selection who missed last year with an injury. The running game was IUP’s strength last year and figures to be the same this year, so much in fact that Tobias Robinson, IUP’s leading rusher the last two years and the PSAC’s leading rusher two seasons ago, is being moved to cornerback this year. Sophomore Harvie Tuck, who averaged 5.3 yards per carry last year in seven games, and redshirt freshman James Johnson figure to be 1-2 on the depth chart while Darryl Herod is a solid fullback. The passing game struggled last year but with Smith a year older and the team’s top four receivers back, including seniors Javon Rowan and Mychal Skinner, the Crimson Hawks will look to bring their offense back to the levels of 2008 and before when it was one of the best in the PSAC. The injuries hit the IUP defense particularly hard last year, but two starters who missed the bulk of the 2009 season return this year in defensive end Josh Bolyard and free safety Andre Henderson. Despite having so many injuries last year, the IUP defense finished in the upper half of the PSAC in most defensive categories and with six starters back, there is optimism that the Crimson Hawks can return to their dominance of two years ago when they led the PSAC in scoring and overall defense. In addition to Bolyard on the defensive line, defensive tackle Carl Thornton returns after being named to the All-PSAC West second team as a freshman. The secondary is also experienced, particularly up the middle, as in addition to Henderson, junior strong safety Mark Jackson also returns. With both starting corners from last year having departed, including fourth round NFL draft pick Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, former running back Robinson will shift to corner this year, giving IUP another tall and athletic player at that position.

LAST MEETING (2007)

Bloomsburg IUP

Bloomsburg IUP

RUSHING Att. Yds TD 43 252 4 36 137 2 1st downs 20 18

PASSING Comp. Yds. TD 13 of 22 416 0 23 of 33 408 3

3rd downs 5-14 (36%) 6-16 (38%)

OFFENSE Plays Yds. 65 416 69 408

Time of Poss. 29:10 30:50

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

Turnovers 1 1

3 LAST MEETING Bloomsburg 41, IUP 35 November 10, 2007 BLOOMSBURG—Quarterback Dan Latorre’s 26-yard touchdown run with 1:36 to play lifted Bloomsburg over Indiana, 41-35 in PSAC action. During the game, BU tailback Jamar Brittingham became the all-time leading rusher in PSAC history, surpassing Wesley Cates of California. Latorre’s scramble for a touchdown capped a wild fourth period which saw the Crimson Hawks (8-2) rally from a 27-14 deficit to go in front 35-27 with 7:56 to play in the game before the Huskies put together a rally of its own. Bloomsburg also got a 90-yard interception return for a touchdown from Jesse Cooper with 4:53 to go in the game that pulled the Huskies within 35-33. Bloomsburg then forced IUP to a three and out and took over. Latorre hit Brahin Bilal for 23-yards and then went to Bilal again for 27-yards. After a short gain by Brittingham, Latorre scrambled up the middle and went into the end zone for the go-ahead score. The Huskies made it 41-35 with a two-point pass from Latorre to Kyle Ream. IUP had their final chance with 1:36 still to play and got a great kickoff return from Akwwasi Owusu-Ansah to the Bloomsburg 34 yards line. Krewatch worked the ball down to the Huskies 22, but three straight incompletions and a sack by Bloomsburg’s Stevie Draper ended the IUP threat. In all Brittingham rushed 27 times for 120 yards and finishing his career as the all-time leader in PSAC history and 14th best in D-II history with 5,689 yards. Latorre was 13 of 21 for the day for 164 yards and two rushing touchdowns. IUP Bloomsburg

7 10

7 7 14 7 10 14

- 35 - 41

1st BLOOM - J. Konieg 21 yd field goal IUP - M. Skinner 44 yd pass from A. Krewatch (C. Burgess kick) BLOOM - B. Bilal 64 yd run (J. Konieg kick) 2nd BLOOM - D. Latorre 13 yd run (J. Konieg kick) IUP - A. Krewatch 10 yd run (M. McNelis kick) 3rd BLOOM - J. Konieg 37 yd field goal BLOOM - J. Heck 13 yd run (J. Konieg kick) IUP - K. Dutrieuille 15 yd run (C. Burgess kick) 4th IUP - M. Skinner 43 yd pass from A. Krewatch (C. Burgess kick) IUP - D. Pickens 6 yd pass from A. Krewatch (C. Burgess kick) BLOOM - J. Cooper 90 yd int. return (J. Brittingham rush failed) BLOOM - D. Latorre 26 yd run (K. Ream pass)

September 18, 2010


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EAGER TO SCORE: Time of possession is a deceiving statistic for the Huskies. Last week against Clarion, Bloomsburg had six scoring drives; four of them lasted less than one minute and all were shorter than two minutes. From shortest to longest, BU’s scoring drives lasted 11, 12, 43, 45, 74, and 95 seconds. By contrast, Clarion’s three scores came on drives lasting 2:49, 5:12, and 5:34. FAST START: Last week, Franklyn Quiteh’s 218-yard rushing was the 24th time a Bloomsburg back has run for 200+ in a game in the Danny Hale era. None of the other performances came earlier in the calendar year than Quiteh (Sept. 11). MAKING HITCHCOCK PROUD: With the Crimson Hawks invading Redman Stadium this week, the Huskies now face off against their third consecutive avian opponent (AU Eagles, CU Golden Eagles). FORTY LOVE: Following last week’s 41-13 victory over Clarion, Bloomsburg has now scored 40 or more points in at least one game in every season since 1993, the same year that Coach Hale took over the program. MIND YOUR Q’S: Across all NCAA divisions, Franklyn Quiteh and Mike Quintans are the only starting and backup pair of running-backs on any team’s depth chart whose last names begin with “Q.” OVERTIME MASTERS: Since the elimination of ties in 1998, the Crimson Hawks are 7-0 in overtime games, winning six of those matchups on the road. Only their most recent OT win (2008; IUP 23, Slippery Rock 16) lasted multiple periods.

AFCA Top 25 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Grand Valley St. (Mich.) (23) .........2-0 Minnesota-Duluth (1) .....................2-0 North Alabama (2) ...........................2-0 California (Pa.) .................................2-0 Abilene Christian (Texas) ...............2-0 Texas A&M-Kingsville ....................2-0 Northwest Missouri St. ...................0-1 West Alabama....................................2-0 West Texas A&M .............................1-1 Tuskegee (Ala.) .................................2-0 Missouri Western St. .......................2-0 Midwestern St. (Texas) ...................2-0 Hillsdale (Mich.) ...............................1-1 North Carolina-Pembroke .............2-0 Washburn (Kan.) ..............................1-1 Minnesota St.-Mankato ...................2-0 Winona St. (Minn.) ..........................2-0 Wayne St. (Neb.) ..............................2-0 Carson-Newman (Tenn.) ...............1-1 Valdosta St. (Ga.) ..............................2-0 West Liberty (W.Va.) .......................1-1 Edinboro (Pa.) ...................................2-0 Nebraska-Kearney ...........................1-1 Tusculum (Tenn.)..............................3-0 Central Washington ........................1-2

*Poll as of 9/13/10

FROM THE ARCHIVES By Bloomsburg University Archivist Bob Dunkelberger The eleven straight home openers the Huskies have won are new school record, breaking the previous high of 10 set from 1947 to 1956. Bloomsburg’s all-time record in home openers in 113 seasons is 70-38-5. The Clarion game saw the Huskies score 40 points on offense, rush for over 300 yards, and score a touchdown in each quarter all for the first time in 18 games since a 43-7 victory over Cheyney on October 18, 2008. By contrast from 20002008 Bloomsburg had at least two games every year in which they put up a touchdown in each quarter, a total of 33 times during those nine seasons. The 41 points versus Clarion was only the second time in the last 18 games Bloomsburg has scored at least 40 points in a game as a team, compiling a 12-6 record over that span. The 18 games before then dating back to the start of the 2007 season the Huskies reached 40 points 11 times with a record of 15-3. Danny’s Hale’s record versus the PSAC West while at Bloomsburg is now 42-21, with a home record of 24-8 and 18-13 on the road. Coach Hale is 4-7 versus Indiana while at Bloomsburg but has won the last three. The only other time the Huskies have beaten IUP three consecutive times was in 1950, 1951 and 1985.

D2Football.com Top 25 1. Grand Valley ......................................2-0 2. Minnesota-Duluth ............................2-0 3. North Alabama ..................................2-0 4. Abilene Christian ..............................2-0 5. Texas A&M-Kingsville .....................2-0 6. California ............................................2-0 7. Northwest Missouri ..........................0-1 8. Missouri Western ..............................2-0 9. Central Washington ..........................1-2 10. West Texas A&M ..............................1-1 11. Midwestern State ...............................2-0 12. East Stroudsburg ...............................1-1 13. Washburn ............................................1-1 14. Hillsdale ...............................................1-1 15. Saginaw Valley ...................................0-1 16. Tuskegee ..............................................2-0 17. West Alabama ....................................2-0 18. West Liberty .......................................1-1 19. UNC Pembroke .................................2-0 20. Valdosta State .....................................2-0 21. Nebraska-Kearney .............................1-1 22. Winona State ......................................2-0 23. Delta State ...........................................1-1 24. Minnesota State .................................2-0 25. Tusculum ............................................3-0 *Poll as of 9/7/10 (records as of 9/13/10)

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

September 18, 2010


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Huskies Game-by-Game Starters - Offense Ashland Clarion

QB Carey Carey

TB Quiteh Quiteh

FB Cox Cox

WR Stiger Stiger

WR TE Marchioni Weaber Guise Weaber

LT Kurtz Kurtz

LG Casey Casey

C Steck Steck

RG Orlando Orlando

RT Allen Allen

S Landis Landis

S J. Rivera Oliver

Huskies Game-by-Game Starters - Defense Ashland Clarion

DE DT DT DE OLB MLB OLB CB CB Huot Zimmerman Givler Robinson Varanavage Pidgeon McFarland Browning O. Rivera Huot Zimmerman Givler Pettine Varanavage Pidgeon McFarland Browning O. Rivera

2010 STATISTICS SNAPSHOT BLOOMSBURG at Ashland vs Clarion OPPONENTS Ashland Clarion

RUSHING Att. Yds TD 45 135 1 40 344 4

PASSING Comp. Yds. TD 14 of 28 150 0 9 of 16 163 2

OFFENSE Plays Yds. 1st downs 73 285 18 56 507 20

3rd downs 6-16 (38%) 7-12 (%)

Time of Poss. 32:04 25:13

Tnovrs 2 0

RUSHING Att. Yds TD 36 157 0 40 107 1

PASSING Comp. Yds. TD 16 of 26 248 2 21 of 37 246 0

OFFENSE Plays Yds. 1st downs 62 405 13 77 353 22

3rd downs 5-15 (33%) 9-18 (50%)

Time of Poss. 27:56 34:47

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LAST WEEK BLOOMSBURG 41 - CLARION 13 September 11, 2010 BLOOMSBURG—With over 500 yards of total offense and another stellar performance from BU freshman Franklyn Quiteh, the Bloomsburg University football team handily defeated the Golden Eagles of Clarion University, 41-13, Saturday at Redman Stadium. Following a 140-yard performance at Ashland, Quiteh rushed for a game-high 218 yards and two touchdowns, helping the Huskies clinch their first win of the 2010 season. Clarion looked strong on the game’s opening drive, orchestrating an 11-play, 75-yard drive, culminating in a one-yard keeper rush by sophomore quarterback Eric Coxon to give the Golden Eagles a 7-0 lead. On the Huskies’ first play from scrimmage, BU quarterback Pat Carey went deep to hit senior Cory Stiger for a 66-yard touchdown pass, quickly leveling the score at 7-7. The Golden Eagles looked to respond and successfully navigated 53 yards to the Bloomsburg 15 before the Huskies recovered a fumble by Coxon and retook possession. The remainder of first period was quiet, as neither offense managed to gain significant ground. Early in the second quarter, Quiteh broke loose for a 35-yard rush on a drive that eventually ended with an 11-yard touchdown rush by BU junior fullback Matt Cox, giving the Huskies a 14-7 lead. Shortly before halftime, Clarion tried to close the gap, but a 19-yard field-goal attempt by Robert Mamula was blocked by BU junior Wallace Jamison, and the Huskies entered intermission with the seven-point advantage. After a Bloomsburg three-and-out to start the third quarter, Clarion drove 45 yards in 10 plays for a first down on the BU 10-yard line. The Huskies held strong in the red zone, and the Golden Eagles were held to a field goal, narrowing the lead to 14-10. Junior Tyler Guise got the Huskies’ momentum going with a 51-yard kickoff return to start the next drive. Guise would later have a 22yard reception, and an eight-yard TD Carey pass to senior Chris Tressler completed the drive. On the second play of Clarion’s next drive, junior Bloomsburg linesman John Pettine put his hand on a Coxon pass and reeled it in for his first career interception. A 45-yard rush by Quiteh on BU’s second play broke the game open to 28-10. After a quick punt by Clarion on its next possession, Quiteh broke loose again, this time going all the way from 68-yards for his second TD of the day; BU led 34-10. Clarion’s Mamula would post a 25-yard field goal to close the third period, but the Golden Eagles were unable to get their offensive game back on a positive track for the remainder of the game. The fourth quarter elapsed quickly, opening with a 13-play drive by the Huskies, who were eager to milk time off the clock. True freshman Codie Butler replaced Quiteh in the final minutes and made an immediate impact in his college debut. Butler posted 84 yards in 10 attempts, including a five-yard touchdown to close out the game’s scoring at 41-13. Quiteh’s 218 yards on the ground (15 attempts) marks the first time a Bloomsburg back has reached the double-century mark since BU all-time career rushing leader Jamar Brittingham accomplished the feat for his final time in 2007. Carey threw for 163 yards and completed nine of 16 passing attempts, including his 2 TD’s. Defensively, BU senior Mike Varanavage had a game-high 12 tackles, tying his career-best; sophomore Jarrett Pidgeon followed with nine tackles. Clarion senior Nick Sipes had a team-high, posting nine stops of his own.

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

September 18, 2010


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THE HUSKY OFFENSE: Junior Pat Carey, a transfer from D-I FCS institution Lafayette College, replaces four-year starter Dan Latorre under center. Carey threw for 303 yards and 2 TD’s in his first two games, connecting on 22 of 43 attempts. Though Franklyn Quiteh started the season No. 4 on the depth chart, he is playing like an experienced starter racking up 358 yards in two games. Matt Cox came out of the backfield to make a single 8-yard reception in the opener. Mike Quintans backs up the tailbacks. Senior tight end Ben Weaber has made five catches for 47 yards on the season. Classmate Cory Stiger leads the receivers with six receptions for 122 yards and a touchdown, while Tyler Guise, who missed last season with an injury, has caught four for 62 yards. Matt Marchioni, Kyle Jackson and Chris Tressler have each caught a pair. While injury has plagued the BU defensive line and limited its depth, Daryl Kurtz, Pat Casey, Chris Steck, Kenny Orlando, and Brandon Allen have been steady starters, reliably protecting Carey and breaking holes for Quiteh. BLOOMSBURG DEFENSE: The Huskies return four linesmen who filled starting roles last season, including Marcus Zimmerman, Todd Givler, John Pettine and Dave Huot. Clarence Robinson has also seen starting action this season. Outside linebackers Mike Varanavage and Thomas McFarland, combined to make over 160 tackles a year ago and have made 31 in the first two games. In the middle, Jarrett Pidgeon already has 15 stops in his starting role for the Huskies. The Huskies also have added depth at the position with Ryan Feldman, Sean Clift, Jeff Owsley and Pat Michael. All-PSAC East selection Oscar Rivera returns as as a densive, while the Huskies also feature seniors Alex Landis and Dan Oliver and junior Vince Browning as starters. Rivera and Landis were both starters last season and combined to make over 100 tackles last season, while Browning and Oliver combined for 75 tackles as back-ups. Joining the group will be Justin Rivera, Dan Haverstock, Mark Scattene and Terrell Oglesby. SPECIAL TEAMS: Jared Shannon and Dan Fisher continue to battle for responsibility of the kickoffs and field goal duties for the Huskies. Drew Snyder and Fisher are competing for the punting duties, though Fisher has almost exclusively held the responsibility so far. Specialist Ian Murray is doing the long-snapping for special teams. Tyler Guise is the starting punt returner, though he has been unable to break free in three attempts. Wallace Jamison has 100 yards in four kick returns, and will likely continue in this role as the season progresses.

2010 Bloomsburg Team and Individual Statistical Rankings* PSAC Rank* 2 13 3 6

NCAA Rank** 14 115 t-40 60

Rushing Defense 132.00 Pass Efficiency Defense 131.87 Total Defense 379.00 Scoring Defense 18.50

8 13 14 7

83 95 103 49

Net Punting Punt Returns Kickoff Returns

28.70 4.00 25.75

12 11 2

111 121 22

+0.00 247.00 117.96 1.00 6.50 1.50

10 14 9 12 10 3

t-68 106 89 t-101 80 t-57

Rushing Offense Passing Offense Total Offense Scoring Offense

Turnover Margin Pass Defense Passing Efficiency Sacks Tackles for Loss Sacks Allowed

Average 239.50 156.50 396.00 27.50

Rushing Yards/Game Passing Efficiency Total Offense Receiving Yds/Game Interceptions Punting Avg. Yards Punt Return Avg. Kickoff Return Avg. Field Goals/Game Scoring/Game All-Purpose Yds/Game Sacks Tackles/Game Tackles for Loss/Game

Player Average Franklyn Quiteh 179.00 Pat Carey 116.40 Franklyn Quiteh 179.00 Pat Carey 141.00 Cory Stiger 61.00 John Pettine .50 Dan Fisher 34.12 Tyler Guise 4.00 Wallace Jamison 25.00 Dan Fisher 1.00 Franklyn Quiteh 10.00 Dan Fisher 5.50 Franklyn Quiteh 179.00 Clarence Robinson .50 Michael Varanavage 11.00 Michael Varanavage 1.50

PSAC Rank* 1 11 10 15 11 t-10 11 8 t-5 t-6 3 21 2 t-11 1 t-12

NCAA Rank** 1 92 t-87 89 80 t-44 t-30 t-27 15 t-22 t-86

statistics through Monday, September 13 *rank among all 16 PSAC teams **rank among 147 Division-II teams

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

September 18, 2010


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HEAD COACH DANNY HALE Danny Hale, one of the winningest coaches in all of Division II, will begin his 18th season at the helm of the Huskies in 2010. Hale also spent five years as head coach at West Chester University. Prior to West Chester, Hale was an offensive line and defensive coordinator at Colgate from 1981 to 1983. Prior to Colgate, Hale was the offensive line coach at Bucknell from 1975-80 and was defensive coordinator/linebacker coach at Vermont in 1974. Hale is a graduate of West Chester, earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Health and Physical Education in 1968 and 1973. He was an all-conference pick at West Chester and earned the team’s most valuable player in the 1967 State Championship game, while also lettering three times for the track and field team. He is a member of the West Chester Football Hall of Fame and the Delaware County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame. Coach Hale is one of the winningest active coaches in Division II and looks to climb the ranks even further this season...

Winningest Active* Coaches By PERCENTAGE Coach 1. Willie Slater 2. Ken Sparks 3. John Luckhardt 4. Danny Hale 5. Bill Zwaan 6. Mel Tjeerdsma 7. Tom Sawyer 8. Bob Nielson 9. Lou Tepper 10. Bryan Collins

(Currently in at least fifth year in D-II) College Yrs. W L T Pct. Tuskegee 5 42 5 .894 Carson-Newman 31 288 71 2 .801 California (Pa.) 26 207 65 2 .759 Bloomsburg 23 185 63 1 .745 West Chester 14 115 41 .737 NW Missouri St. 27 230 81 4 .737 Winona St. 15 118 46 .720 Minn.-Duluth 18 136 54 1 .715 Indiana 5 32 13 .711 C.W. Post 13 94 40 .701

By VICTORIES Coach 1. Ken Sparks 2. Mel Tjeerdsma 3. Willard Bailey 4. Dennis Douds 5. John Luckhardt 6. Monte Cater 7. Danny Hale 8. Pat Behrns 8. Rocky Rees 10. George Mihalik

BU Coaching Staff Paul Darragh - Asst. Head Coach/ Defensive Coord./Linebackers

Tom Pajic - Offensive Coordinator/ Recruiting Coord./QBs/Receivers

Bill Perkins - Defensive Line/ Strength & Conditioning

Brian McBryan - Offensive Line/ Assistant Offensive Coordinator

Alf Melito - Defensive Line

Ed T. Rush - Kickers

Chet Henicle - Defensive Secondary

Gump May - Offensive Assistant

Maurice Daly - Assistant Linebackers

Dave Shemaria - Tight Ends

Coach Danny Hale: “Indiana is a quality program that is rebounding from last year’s losing season. Their defense shut down ESU last week, and this game will be a real test for our offense.”

*active as of 2010 season College Yrs. Carson-Newman 31 NW Missouri St. 27 St. Paul’s 37 East Stroudsburg 37 California (Pa.) 26 Shepherd 30 Bloomsburg 23 Neb.-Omaha 23 Shippensburg 26 Slippery Rock 21

W 288 230 228 227 207 192 185 154 154 138

L 71 81 144 147 65 104 63 91 121 78

T 2 4 7 3 2 2 1 2 4

Pct. .801 .737 .611 .606 .759 .648 .745 .629 .560 .636

Hale by the Numbers 1 AFCA National Coach of the Year Awards 2 Harlon Hill Finalists coached by Hale. Irv Sigler won the award in 1997, Jamar Brittingham finished 3rd in 2005 9 AFCA Regional Coach of the Year Awards 10 PSAC East Coach of the Year Awards 13 PSAC East shared or outright regular-season titles, including 10 with Bloomsburg 145 Wins for Hale at Bloomsburg, the most of any coach in school history 185 Wins for Hale in his coaching career; 7th among current coaches, 18th best all-time .745 Win percentage for Hale in his coaching career; 4th among current coaches, 12th best all-time

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

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LT LG C RG RT TE WR WR TB FB QB

DE DT DT DE OLB MLB OLB CB CB S S

K

70 72 74 67 60 79 62 67 73 59 88 87 26 84 6 82 28 32 37 30 9 5

Daryl Kurtz Anthony Cascio Pat Casey Spencer Randolph Chris Steck Austin Hormel Kenny Orlando Spencer Randolph Brandon Allen Matt Feiler Ben Weaber Mark Daniels Tyler Guise Kyle Jackson Cory Stiger Matt Marchioni Franklyn Quiteh Mike Quintans Matt Cox Andre Morales Pat Carey Mike Wagner

Jr. Rf. Sr. Fr. Rf. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Rf. Sr. So. Rf. So. Jr. Gr. Jr. Jr.

96 Dave Huot Sr. Clarence Robinson/Dave Onorato 78 Marcus Zimmerman Sr. 61 Chris Kennedy Rf. 98 Todd Givler Sr. 64 Mike Schlauch So. 95 John Pettine Jr. 38 Ryan Olaf Jr. 11 Mike Varanavage Sr. 34 Ryan Feldman So. 51 Jarrett Pidgeon So. 31 Pat Michael Jr. 2 Thomas McFarland Sr. 33 Sean Clift So. 16 Vince Browning Jr. 24 Terrell Oglesby So. 17 Oscar Rivera Jr. 13 Mark Scattene So. 8 Alex Landis Sr. 27 Dan Haverstock So. 45 D. Solomon Oliver Sr. 23 Justin Rivera Jr.

90 97 P 85 97 LS/SS 93 88 H 85 47 PR/KR 26 7

Jared Shannon Dan Fisher Drew Snyder Dan Fisher Ian Murray Ben Weaber Drew Snyder Jeff Owsley Tyler Guise Ryan Dickerson

So. Rf. Jr. Rf. Rf. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So.

6-4 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-3 5-10 5-8 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-0

315 290 300 300 275 275 285 300 300 275 265 245 180 200 190 200 197 210 225 250 205 195

Played every game over last three years...First start was in Ashland in ‘08 2x All-ESPN Williamsport selection at LT...’06 All-easternFB 1st team 2009 First-team All-PSAC East at guard...Has played in 27 games Also backup RG...AP Virginia All-Group AAA first team ‘08 Heartland Ath. Conf. 1st team OL...Wrestled hvywt (285 lb) in HS Lancaster-Lebanon sec. 3 Offensive Lineman of the Year Previously a defensive guard...Played in all but 3 games over last 2 years Also backup LG...AP Virginia All-Group AAA first team Made four appearances in ‘08...History major Second-Team L-L Section 3 All-Star pick at OT after senior season Team captain...’09 Second-team All-PSAC selection...636 career rec. yds. Played 10 games in ‘09...Accounting major 435 career all-purpose yards...Played freshman year at KR and DB Caught 73.6 yds/game during senior year at Central Dauphin Led the ‘09 Huskies with 467 receiving yards First team All-Conference and All-State honors as a HS junior 2008 Mountain Valley Conf. MVP, rushing for 2,278 yds (26 TD) as senior 103 tackles in HS soph. season...Also wrestled in HS Played all 11 games in 2009...Brothers play for KC Chiefs and Ga. Tech Transfer from Rutgers...Could also be used in special teams packages Transfer from Lafayette...Second-team all-PA in high school Has played in seven games as backup quarterback at BU

6-4

260

Appeared in 23 games in last two seasons...61 career tackles, 17.5 TFL

6-0 6-3 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-9 5-7 5-9 5-9 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-1

270 300 270 235 265 240 220 207 225 240 225 220 180 170 180 177 210 190 190 195

Started all 11 games in ‘09 with 11 tackles for loss and 39 total 1st team Philadelphia Catholic League at DE...Management major Team captain...52 career tackles, including 9.5 for loss, 4 sacks Played all 11 games in ‘09...Environmental Planning major Two pass break-ups and back-to-back sacks against Kutz. in ‘09 Transitioned from linebacker to defensive end Team captain...started 11 games, had 90 tackles and 2 sacks in ‘09 14 tackles and 1 forced fumble in 9 games played last season Played in 10 games, recording 12 tackles in ‘09 Has made 12 appearances...3 tackles against Gannon in ‘08 Started every game for past three seasons...143 career tackles Made 3 tackles against Millersville in ‘09, totaling 7 on the year Two INTs in 2009, 3 in career...appeared in all 24 games in last 2 years Economics major...Rushed for 1,447 yards as HS senior First-team All-PSAC in 2009...123 career tackles Changed from receiver in high school...Exercise science major Team captain...104 career tackles...Father George is former BU coach Played all 11 games in 2009 as part of special teams unit 66 career tackles...Appeared in 11 games in ‘09 Played every game in last two seasons...27 career tackles

5-10 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0

195 190 225 190 195 265 225 205 180 175

Returning starter...Averaged 62.2 yards per kickoff in ‘09 Backup punter...Elementary Education major Returning punter...Avg. 30+ yds/punt in both previous seasons (‘07 & ‘09) Backup kicker...Elementary Education major Played as linesman in high school Team captain...Also starting TE Performed holding duties for kicks in 2009 Looks to see action at LB...Appeared in 12 games last season Averaged 24.5 yds/return on kickoffs in ‘08...Also starting WR Played 6 games in ‘08 as WR, catching 5 passes for 59 yds.

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WR TE LT LG C RG RT WR QB FB TB RLB DT NG DE ILB ILB CB CB DS SS FS K P KR PR H SS LS

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Indiana Depth Chart

Indiana Quick Facts

(as of September 10, 2010)

Location .......................................................Indiana, Pa. President ............................ David J. Werner (interim) Founded ................................................................... 1875 Enrollment ........................................................... 14,200 Athletics Affiliation ...................... NCAA Division II Conference ..................................... Pennsylvania State ............................................Athletic Conference (PSAC) School Colors ....................................Crimson & Gray Team Nickname .................................Crimson Hawks Stadium ............................... George P. Miller Stadium Capacity .................................................................. 6,500 Surface ...............................................................Artificial Athletic Director .................................Frank Condino Sports Information Director ........... Mike Hoffman SID Phone ................................................724-357-2747 SID Email .......................................mhoffman@iup.edu Head Coach ................................................. Lou Tepper Football Office Phone ..........................724-357-2780

18 6 87 80 77 66 54 72 76 54 59 72 78 66 85 8 12 10 32 38

Mychal Skinner Mike Scott Nate Morrow Evan Battallio Byron Dovales Jerrod Good Nick Carnicella Mike Charmo Anthony Dipasquale Nick Carnicella Jim O’Rourke Mike Charmo Jason Musselman Jerrod Good Ben Simmen Pat Brewer Pat Smith Bo Napoleon Larry Federoff Darryl Herod

Sr. R-Fr. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Sr. Fr. So. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. So.

6-3 5-11 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-6 6-4 6-4 5-11 6-5 5-11 6-0 5-10

220 190 250 245 305 280 280 285 260 280 260 285 280 280 175 170 225 210 245 255

24 34 56 53 69 57 58 93 97 90 50 41 48 5 22 23 3 20 7 27 28 49 6 7

Harvie Tuck James Johnson Mike Gee Matt Beckman Carl Thornton Maurice Mckinney Nate George Akeem Smith Josh Bolyard Errol Brewster Mike Katch Tyler Dummermuth Jeff Vaughn Jermel Lee Tobias Robinson Cory Lanterman Daryl Jones Zach Severance Mark Jackson Michael Meriwether Johnny Franco Terrell Washington Mike Scott Mark Jackson

So. R-Fr. Sr. R-Fr. So. Fr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. So. R-Fr. Sr. R-Fr. Sr. So. So. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr.

5-8 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-1 6-1 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-8 5-9 6-1 5-11 6-0

230 200 240 235 235 240 235 235 230 225 210 215 225 215 195 190 185 185 205 195 195 175 190 205

26 29 60 12 22 27 23 89 60 61 32

Craig Burgess Joey Mencer Jared Kaufmann Pat Smith Tobias Robinson Michael Meriwether Cory Lanterman Nate Jacobs Jared Kaufmann Eddie Gavett Larry Federoff

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

6-0 5-10 5-10 6-5 5-11 5-8 6-1 5-10 5-10 6-3 6-0

210 180 205 225 195 195 190 175 205 200 245

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

Indiana Coaching Staff Lou Tepper

Head Coach

Paul Tortorella

Asst. Coach / Defensive Coord.

Mike Campolo

Asst. Coach / Off. Line / Rushing

Jim Smith D.K. McDonald Ryan Eden Bernie McQuown Bill Waryck

Asst. Coach / Quarterbacks Asst. Coach / Cornerbacks Asst. Coach / Receivers Assistant Coach Asst. Coach / Tight Ends

Adam Schmidt

Graduate Assistant Coach

Tye Desiderio

Graduate Assistant Coach

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No. 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 54 55 56 59 60 61 62 64 65 66 67

Name Glenn Hutton Thomas McFarland Wallace Jamison Mike Wagner Cory Stiger Ryan Dickerson Alex Landis Pat Carey Sellus Roulhac Mike Varanavage Mark Scattene Adam Diltz Vince Browning Oscar Rivera Kareem Steplight Kenny Domzalski Codie Butler Jonathan Patrick Justin Rivera Terrell Oglesby Drew Siegfried Tyler Guise Dan Haverstock Franklyn Quiteh Andre Morales Pat Michael Mike Quintans Sean Clift Ryan Feldman Brody Myers Matt Cox Ryan Olaf Mike Dalberto Jordan Rinehart Dave Onorato Rickey Bailey Tony David D. Solomon Oliver Samuel Eck Je Owsley Aaron Hacker Matt Wenrich Alex Buchert Jarrett Pidgeon Dylan Spangler Clarence Robinson Josh Chromiak Shaun Moore Matt Feiler Chris Steck Chris Kennedy Kenny Orlando Mike Schlauch Shawn Smith Marc Francola Spencer Randolph

Yr. Rf. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Rf. Sr. So. Rf. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Rf. Jr. So. Rf. Jr. So. Rf. Sr. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Rf. Jr. Rf. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Rf. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Rf. Rf. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr.

Pos. QB/WR LB DB QB WR WR DB QB WR LB DB QB DB DB RB RB RB DB DB DB DB WR DB RB FB LB RB LB LB RB FB DE DB DE DE LB LB DB DB LB LB TE OL LB LB DL DL DL OL OL DL OL DL OL DL OL

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

Ht. 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-9 5-11 5-9 5-9 5-5 5-9 5-9 5-11 6-1 5-7 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-8 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-0 6-3 6-0 5-11 6-6 6-0 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-3

Wt. 185 225 177 195 190 175 210 205 180 220 177 190 180 180 142 195 222 185 195 170 186 180 190 197 250 240 210 220 207 230 225 240 185 250 240 210 232 190 190 205 210 230 285 225 220 225 240 265 275 275 300 285 235 260 242 300

Hometown/High School Sicklerville, N.J. / Paul VI Pottsville / Pottsville Hershey / Hershey Hershey / Hershey Williamsport / Loyalsock Twp. Harleysville / Souderton Pine Grove / Pine Grove Loyalsock / Loyalsock Twp. West Chester / West Chester East Philadelphia / Archbishop Ryan Bethlehem / Bethlehem Catholic Bloomsburg / Central Columbia Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Bethlehem / Liberty Philadelphia / Frankford Milford / Delaware Valley Womelsdorf / Conrad Weiser Somerset, N.J. / Franklin Bethlehem / Liberty Philadelphia / Northeast Catholic Glenside / Bishop McDevitt Mechanicsburg / Cumberland Valley York / West York Tobyhanna / Pocono Mountain West Bethlehem / Liberty Fairview / Fairview Media / Penncrest Philadelphia / Roman Catholic Aston / JP McCaskey Akron / Ephrata Lewisberry / Red Land Danville / Danville Berwick / Berwick West York / West York Hummelstown / Bishop McDevitt Media / Penncrest Allentown / Salisburg Cheltenham / Cheltenham Jersey Shore / Jersey Shore Aston / Sun Valley Dover / Dover Selinsgrove / Selinsgrove Robesonia / Conrad Weiser Barnegat, N.J. / Southern Regional Waynesboro / Waynesboro Carlisle / Cedar Crest Wind Gap / Pen Argyl Landsdale / North Penn Strasburg / Lampeter-Strasburg Mt. Carmel / Mt. Carmel Radnor / Archbishop Carroll Womelsdorf / Conrad Weiser Zion Grove / Bloomsburg Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Bloomsburg / Bloomsburg Colonial Heights, Va. / Thomas Dale

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Bloomsburg Football Roster No. 70 72 73 74 75 77 78 79 80 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 90 93 95 96 97 98

Name Daryl Kurtz Anthony Cascio Brandon Allen Pat Casey Justin Walker Brian Clarke Marcus Zimmerman Austin Hormel Kyle Fisher Matt Marchioni Ryan Stuart Kyle Jackson Drew Snyder Chris Tressler Mark Daniels Ben Weaber Jared Shannon Ian Murray John Pettine Dave Huot Dan Fisher Todd Givler Nicholas Conquest Julian Huggins Mike Huth E.J. Josephs Tyler Knoblauch David McFadden Shawn Mitchell Jake Myers Cole Parkinson Mike Pecot Ryan Samuels Matt Sanderson Ameer Selden Leland Smith Gabe Snow Dylan Stair Cody Starck Eric Thomas

Yr. Jr. Rf. So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Rf. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Rf. Jr. Sr. Rf. Sr. Fr. Fr. Rf. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Pos. OL OL OL OL OL DL OL WR WR WR WR P WR TE TE K LS DL DL K/P DL OL DB LB OL DB DL DL LB WR WR TE DL LB WR LB DL OL DB

Ht. 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-6 6-3 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-0 5-11 6-4 5-10 6-5 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-3 5-11

Wt. 315 290 300 300 320 305 270 275 185 200 210 200 225 185 245 265 195 195 265 260 190 270 275 190 210 290 185 220 225 205 170 175 205 260 219 173 230 232 247 177

Hometown/High School Milton / Milton Montoursville / Montoursville Philadelphia / Frankford Matamoras / Delaware Valley Coatesville / Coatesville Hanover / Hanover Twp. Lititz / Manheim Central Jonestown / North Lebanon Denver / Cocalico Wilmington, Del. / Brandywine New Tripoli / Allentown Central Catholic Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Hanover / South Western Lewistown / Lewistown Sinking Spring / Wilson Lebanon / Cedar Crest Bloomsburg / Bloomsburg Lock Haven / Central Mountain Gilbertsville / Archbishop Bethlehem / Freedom Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Glenmoore / Downington West Haddonfield, N.J. / Haddonfield Philadelphia / North Catholic Pen Argyl / Pen Argyl Glen Mills / Bayard Rustin Voorhees, N.J. / Eastern Allentown / Allentown Central Catholic Nazareth / Nazareth Glenville / Southwestern Boyertown / St. Pius X Hershey / Hershey Avon Grove / Avon Grove Unionville / Unionville Philadelphia / Delaware Valley Charter Philadelphia / Imhotep Radnor / Radnor Phillipsburg, N.J. / Phillipsburg Dallas / Lake-Lehman Reading / Muhlenberg

Bloomsburg Pronounciation Guide Alex Buchert..............................BOO-kurt Tyler Guise........................................GUYZ David Huot .................................... HEW-it Matt Marchioni ....... marsh-ee-OWN-ee David Onorato ............... on-or-AWE-toh John Pettine .....................................PET-in Mike Quintans .........................QUIN-tins

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

Franklyn Quiteh ........................ quih-TAY Sellus Roulhac .............................ROO-lac Mark Scattene......................... scuh-TEEN Mike Schlauch ...... SHLOW (like ‘chow’) Cory Stiger ..................................... STY-gir Mike Varanavage........vair-ah-NAV-edge Ben Weaber................................. WEB-ber

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# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

Name Roy-al Edwards Chris Gahagan Daryl Jones Lowen Johnson Jermel Lee Mike Scott Mark Jackson Pat Brewer Javon Rowan Bo Napoleon Donald Alston Pat Smith Chris Brown Matt Reed Kadeem Pankey Jared Buck Andre Henderson Mychal Skinner Mike Rummell Zach Severance Josh Seidel Tobias Robinson Cory Lanterman Harvie Tuck Ben Sasu Craig Burgess Michael Meriwether Johnny Franco Joey Mencer Teddy Blakeman Ray Harris Larry Federo James Johnson Ethan Hornbarger V.J. Viglione Darryl Herod Jerell McFadden Ashton Foster Tyler Dummermuth Dom Maggio Ross Nicholson Rory Marshall Chris Smallwood Hopeton Bailey

Pos. WR QB DB LB LB DB/WR DB WR WR QB DB QB DB K DB QB DB WR WR DB DB DB/WR DB RB RB K DB DB K RB DB FB RB DL LB FB DB LB LB FB DL DB RB RB

Cl. Jr. So. So. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

Ht. 6-1 6-3 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-5 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-1 5-8 5-11 6-0 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-10 6-1 5-5 6-2 6-2 5-10 5-5

Wt. Hometown/High School 195 Media/Strath Haven 195 Penn Run/Penns Manor 185 Pittsburgh/Woodland Hills 200 Manheim/Manheim Central 215 Bethlehem/Freedom 190 Frankford/North Catholic 205 Canton, Ohio/McKinley 170 Coatesville/Coatesville 195 Erie/Cathedral Prep 210 Carson, Calif./Carson 170 Aliquippa/Albert Gallatin 225 Hollidaysburg/Hollidaysburg 180 Altoona/Bishop Guilfoyle 160 Wadsworth, Ohio/Wadsworth 165 Easton/Easton 185 McDonald/West Allegheny 200 Erie/Strong Vincent 220 Vandergrift/Kiski Area 195 Homer City/Homer-Center 185 Columbus, Ohio/Reynoldsburg 190 Johnstown/Bishop McCort 195 Lebanon/Cedar Crest 190 Streetsboro, Ohio/Streetsboro 230 Akron, Ohio/St. Vincent-St. Mary 200 Gaithersburg, Md./Quince Orchard 210 Medina, Ohio/Highland 195 Upper Marlboro, Md./DeMatha 195 Tyrone/Tyrone 180 Altoona/Altoona 195 Penn Hills/Penn Hills 150 Penn Hills/Penn Hills 245 Aliquippa/Hopewell 200 Philadelphia/Glen Mills 245 Felton/Kennard-Dale 210 Erie/Cathedral Prep 255 Allentown/Parkland 170 Manassas, Va./Osbourn 225 Germantown, Md./Northwest 215 New Philadelphia, Ohio/New Philadelphia 195 Pittsburgh/Central Catholic 245 Kane/Kane 200 Johnstown/Conemaugh Valley 210 Willow Grove/Upper Moreland 150 Philadelphia, Pa./George Washington

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Indiana Football Roster # 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 65 66 67 68 69 70 72 73 74 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 87 88 89 90 92 93 95 96 97 98

Name Jeff Vaughn Terrell Washington Mike Katch Dom Mills Matt Beckman Nick Carnicella Chi-Chi Ibe Mike Gee Maurice McKinney Nate George Jim O’Rourke Jared Kaufmann Eddie Gavett Dan Jordan Louis Mobley Alex Berdahl Jerrod Good Dan Matha Chris Macellaro Carl Thornton Bruce Atkins Mike Charmo Dylan O’Donnell Greg Strauss Anthony DiPasquale Byron Dovales Jason Musselman Zach Wolfe Evan Battallio Shane Cafferty Trey Campman Kyle Spencer Josh Grafton Ben Simmen Nate Morrow Kevin Porter Nate Jacobs Errol Brewster Larry Gooden Akeem Smith Cyle Wellington Ernie Jenkins Josh Bolyard Javaughn Goree

Pos. LB DB LB LB LB OL OL LB DL DL OL P LS LS OL LB OL OL OL DL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL TE TE WR WR WR WR TE WR WR DL DL DL DL DL DL DL

Cl. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. Fr. R-Fr. So.

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

Ht. 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-3 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-4 6-7 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-6 6-7 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-5 5-10 5-10 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-5 5-8

Wt. 225 175 210 240 235 280 260 240 240 235 260 205 200 225 300 200 280 290 260 235 255 285 255 230 260 305 280 300 245 235 185 200 185 175 250 170 175 225 255 235 260 215 230 255

Hometown/High School Canton, Ohio/McKinley Penn Hills/Penn Hills Lansdale/North Penn State College/State College Ligonier/Ligonier Valley Greensburg/Hempfield Cleveland Heights, Ohio/Walsh Jesuit Englewood, N.J./Dwight Morrow Spring���eld, Va./West Springfield Derry/Derry Coraopolis/West Allegheny Erie/Cathedral Prep Pittsburgh/Mount Lebanon Boalsburg/Kiski Prep Philadelphia/St. John Neumann Ashburn, Va./Bishop O’Connell Tyrone/Tyrone Erie/McDowell Pittsburgh/Perry Traditional Academy Beaver Falls/Beaver Falls Pittsburgh/Woodland Hills Hamilton, Va./Loundon Valley Butler/Butler Saxton/Tussey Mountain Pittsburgh/Pine-Richland Reading/Muhlenberg Alum Bank/Chestnut Ridge Greensburg/Greensburg Salem Norristown/Norristown Roaring Spring/Central Clearfield/Clearfield Alexandria, Va./Thomas Edison Harrisburg/Susquehanna North Fayette/West Allegheny Homer City/Homer-Center Harrisburg/Steelton-Highspire York/West York Washington, D.C./Springbrook McKeesport/McKeesport Philadelphia/Frankford Harrisburg/Harrisburg Bellefonte/Bellefonte Clearville/Everett Bronx, N.Y./Glen Mills

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THE LAST TIME... 30 carries BU - Franklyn Quiteh (35) at Ashland, 9/4/10 Opp. - B. Lombardy (30), California (PA), 9/8/07 40 carries BU - Irv Sigler (41) vs. Millersville, 10/18/97 Opp. - Not available

30 pass attempts BU - Dan Latorre (36) at West Chester, 10/31/09 Opp. - Eric Coxon (37), Clarion, 9/11/10

100+ yards receiving BU - Cory Stiger (122) at West Chester, 10/31/09 Opp. - Joe Horn (119), Ashland, 9/4/2010

40 pass attempts 200+ yards receiving BU - Eric Miller (43) vs. UC Davis, 12/2/00 BU - Ron Lelko (211) vs. ESU, 11/16/96 Opp. - Eric Anderwkavich (44), C.W. Post, Opp. - Elfren Quiles (308), Kutztown, 9/26/09 10/6/07

50 pass attempts 3+ TD Receptions BU - Jeff King (69) vs. Lock Haven, 9/19/92 BU - Steve Burke (3) vs. ESU, 10/4/03 Opp. - Damian Poalucci (52), ESU, Opp. - Ed Giddings, Cheyney (3), 10/25/03 11/16/96 3+ interceptions 200+ yards passing BU - Deric Lynch (3) vs. Mansfield, BU - Dan Latorre (210) vs. Kutztown, 11/13/93 9/20/08 Opp. - Not available 200+ yards rushing Opp. - Eric Coxon (246), Clarion, 9/11/10 BU - Franklyn Quiteh (218) vs. 3+ sacks Clarion, 9/11/10 300+ yards passing BU - Justin Presley (3) vs. Ashland, 8/27/09 Opp. - Gerald Thompson, Edinboro, BU - Dan Latorre (350) at West Chester, (243), 11/14/98 Opp. - O’Neil Anderson (3), New Haven, 10/31/09 9/4/99 Opp. - Joe Wright (326), West Chester, 300+ yards rushing 10/31/09 BU - Jerry Marks (300) vs. Mansfield, Kickoff Return-TD 11/2/91 BU - Jesse Cooper (91) at Millersville, 400+ yards passing Opp. - Not available 10/4/08 BU - Eric Miller (415) vs. New Haven, Opp. - Matt Kacanda (98), East 9/4/99 3+ rushing TDs Stroudsburg, 10/31/98 Opp. - Kyle Spotts (463), Kutztown, BU - Derrick Price (3) vs. Cheyney, 10/6/07 10/17/09 Punt Return-TD Opp. - Dawon Harvey (3), Ashland, 8/30/08 BU - Brandon Real (68) vs. Millersville, 3+ passing TDs 10/3/09 BU - Dan Latorre (3) at Gannon, 11/8/08 50+ yard run Opp. - Anthony Capasso (3, blk.), Ashland, Opp. - Andrew Krewatch (3), ESU, BU - Franklyn Quiteh (68) vs. 9/4/2010 11/10/07 Clarion, 9/11/10 Opp. - Taylor Housewright (53), Ashland, Interception Return-TD 50+ yard pass 9/4/10 BU - Vince Browning (58) vs. ESU, BU - Pat Carey to Cory Stiger (66) vs. 10/11/08 Clarion, 9/11/10 20 pass completions Opp. - Darren Smith (35), Grand Valley, Opp. - Taylor Housewright to BU - Dan Latorre (21) vs. Edinboro, 11/17/01 Joe Horn (96), Ashland, 9/4/2010 9/15/07 Opp. - Eric Coxon (21), Clarion, 9/11/10 Fumble Return-TD 10 receptions BU - Branden Wright (0) at Cal (PA), 30 pass completions BU - Steve Burke (11) vs. ESU, 10/2/04 9/5/09 BU - Jeff King (39) vs. Lock Haven, Opp. - Chris Harris (11), C.W. Post, Opp. - Tarrell Lewis (33), Ashland, 8/30/08 9/19/92 9/26/09 Opp. - Jim Terwilliger (35), ESU, 11/4/06 40-yard field goal BU - Jon Koenig (45) vs. Shippensburg, 10/24/09 Opp. - Drew Reinhard (40), ESU, 10/10/09 100+ yards rushing BU - Franklyn Quiteh (218) vs. Clarion, 9/11/10 Opp. - Ron Hunter, Cheyney, (121), 10/17/09

Game #3: Bloomsburg vs. Indiana (Pa.)

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