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EASTERN OREGON

Barrett Henderson, Asst. AD,

Football

Media Services, Game Management, and Promotions bhenderson@eou.edu

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GAME 11 * NOV. 13, 2010 2010 EASTERN OREGON SCHEDULE A28 S4 S11 S18 S25 O2 O16 O23 O30 N6 N13

SOUTHERN OREGON at Montana Tech * CARROLL COLLEGE * MSU-NORTHERN * at Montana Western * at Rocky Mountain * MONTANA TECH * at Carroll College * at MSU-Northern * MONTANA WESTERN * ROCKY MOUNTAIN *

* Frontier Conference Game

L 30-34 L 21-39 L 12-49 W 50-46 W 29-13 W 55-45 W 31-28 L, 34-61 W, 39-36 L, 20-27 Noon

All times PT

EASTERN OREGON COACHING STAFF Tim Camp, Third Year (17-15, 16-13 Frontier) ...... HC Zach Tinker, Third Year ......................................... OC Solomona Tapasa, First Year ................................ DC Dustin Murray, Third Year ............................... ST, WR Levi Suiaunoa, Second Year ................................. DL Adam Donnelly, Second Year ................................ LB Ryan Moss, Second Year ...................................... GA C.J. Green, First Year ............................................ GA Rodell Razor .......................................................... GA EASTERN OREGON QUICK FACTS Location ............................................ La Grande, Ore. Founded .............................................................. 1929 Enrollment .......................................................... 3,957 Nickname .............................................. Mountaineers Colors ... Navy and Vegas Gold (Pant. 2745 and 583) Stadium (Capacity) ....................... Community (3,000) Playing Surface .................................... Natural Grass Conference ..................................................... Frontier First Football Season .......................................... 1929 President ............................................. Dr. Bob Davies Faculty Representative ............. Dr. Peter Diffenderfer Athletics Website ...................... www.EOUSports.com

EASTERN OREGON FOOTBALL FACTS 2009 Record .......................................................... 7-4 2009 Frontier Record/Finish ........................... 7-3/2nd 2009 Final Ranking .......................................... No. 21 All-Time Record ............................. 232-429-14 (.344) All-Time Frontier Record ......................... 21-27 (.438) All-Time Postseason Record ................................. 0-0

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EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES

EOU to Honor Seniors in Final Game of the 2010 Season

EASTERN OREGON 5-5, 5-4 Frontier IN THE POLL No Votes

ROCKY MOUNTAIN 5-5, 5-4 Frontier IN THE POLL No Votes

GAME #11 Date: Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010 Location: La Grande, Ore. Kickoff: Noon PT Stadium: Community Stadium (Grass) Capacity: 3,000

ONE TO WATCH

The Mountaineers’ Kedrick Starr can build onto his school records of kick returns in a season and kickoff return yards in a season. LEADERS LEADERS The freshman is currently at 1,003 kickoff RUSHING RUSHING Sampson, 225/1135/7 TD Thomas, 122/874/12 TD return yards, which leads the NAIA, on Ware, 125/384/5 TD Peters, 61/307/2 TD 38 returns. The PASSING PASSING Meridian, Idaho Ware, 197-357-20 Peters, 158-2452-7 native is third all-time 2373 yds/22 TD 2054 yds/20 TD on the EOU career RECEIVING RECEIVING kickoff yards list, and Miller, 37/565/10 TD Tolbert, 50/852/10 TD fifth for punt return yards in a season Burroughs, 39/352/0 TD Barnett, 46/659/8 TD (171). He needs 42 DEFENSE DEFENSE McDonald, 99 TT, 10 TFL Thelen, 96 TT, 5.5 TFL yards for second on Kimball,11.5 SKS, 20 TFL Urlacher, 5.5 SKS, 40TT that stat list.

GAME TIME Kickoff is set for 12 p.m. PT at Community Stadium with a live video stream on EOUSports.com. A live radio broadcast will also be available on KCMB 104.7 FM in La Grande and Baker City. THE SERIES * Eastern leads the all-time series 9-3. * EOU has won four the past five five meetings, including the last three. * The last time Western won in La Grande was in 2002 in their season opener, 24-21. * RMC last defeated Eastern on Nov. 1, 2008, in Billings, 37-21. * The Bears last won in La Grande on Sept. 22, 2007. * EOU has won four the five meetings in Community Stadium. * The last five matchups have totaled a combined 476 points. * In those last five meetings the teams have combined for 5,578 yards of offense, an average of 1,116 offensive yards per game. QUICK HITS * The 800-mile trek, 13-hour bus ride from Billings, Mont. to La Grande is the longest trip for RMC this season. * Rocky Mountain College’s enrollment of 945 students is the lowest among Frontier Conference football schools. * Three of the Bears’ losses have been by five points or less including a 24-20 loss at then No. 3 Carroll. * The Mountaineers’ Kevin Sampson needs 89 yards to pass Tyronne Gross’ EOU single season rushing record. * In the games Eastern has lost this season it has been outscored 66-23 in the first quarter.

ON THE AIR Video Noon PT Audio: Ken Kennedy, play-by-play and Mark Shelden, color Radio Noon PT Audio: Ken Kennedy, play-by-play and Mark Shelden, color


GAME 11 * EOU

VS.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN * NOV. 13, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES * 2

Expanded Standings Around the Frontier Conf. Over. W L W L Carroll EASTERN Rocky Mountain Montana Tech MSU-Northern Montana Western

9 5 5 4 3 1

0 4 4 5 6 8

9 5 5 4 3 1

0 5 5 6 6 9

WEEK 10 (NOV. 6) Carroll at Montana Tech, 46-10 MSU-Northern at Rocky Mountain, 17-49 Montana Western at Eastern Oregon, 27-20

WEEK 11 (NOV. 13) Montana Tech at Montana Western, 11 a.m. MSU-Northern at Carroll, 11 a.m. Rocky Mountain at Eastern Oregon, Noon * All times Pacific

Frontier Players of the Week OFFENSIVE Kasey Peters (QB) - Rocky Mountain

DEFENSIVE Coltin Weber (LB) - Montana Western

SPECIAL TEAMS Tom Yaremko (K) - Carroll College

No. 2 Carroll Eastern Oregon Rocky Mountain Montana Tech MSU-Northern Montana Western No. 2 Carroll RV Eastern Oregon Rocky Mountain Montana Tech MSU-Northern Montana Western

Conference W L 9 0 5 4 5 4 4 5 3 6 1 8 STREAK Won 9 Lost 1 Won 3 Lost 4 Lost 2 Won 1

25 pts 21 pts 16 pts 12 pts 10 pts 6 pts

First place votes in parenthesis ( )

Keeping Up With Eastern BENCHWARMERS EOU COACHES SHOW Tuesday, Noon on EOUSports.com

RADIO NETWORK La Grande KCMB-FM 104.7 Worldwide EOUSports.com

LIVE VIDEO STREAM NMTV Service EOUSports.com LIVE STATS EOUSports.com

Overall W 9 5 5 4 3 1 Away 5-0 3-2 2-3 1-3 2-2 1-5

L PF 0 43.1 5 32.1 5 34.5 6 23.9 6 25.0 9 15.7 VS. TOP 25 2-0 1-2 0-4 1-2 0-1 0-4

PA 16.0 37.8 30.9 27.4 33.8 31.0 VS. TOP 10 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-2

Statistical Leaders (As of 11/12/10) TEAM SCORING OFFENSE 1. Carroll College 43.1 2. Rocky Mountain 34.5 3. Eastern Oregon 32.1 4. MSU-Northern 25.7 5. Montana Tech 23.9 6. Montana Western 15.7

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. Carroll College 236.0 2. Rocky Mountain 179.9 3. Eastern Oregon 174.2 4. MSU- Northern 148.8 5. Montana Tech 136.0 6. Montana Western 82.3

TURNOVER MARGIN 1. Carroll College 1.7 2. Montana Tech 0.7 3. Rocky Mountain -0.2 4. Montana Western -0.3 5. MSU- Northern -0.3 6. Eastern Oregon -1.2

RUSHING DEFENSE 1. Carroll College 94.2 2. MSU- Northern 137.2 3. Rocky Mountain 170.2 4. Eastern Oregon 180.4 5. Montana Tech 180.9 6. Montana Western 189.9

PENALTIES PER GAME 1. MSU- Northern 78.2 2. Eastern Oregon 76.9 3. Carroll College 66.0 4. Rocky Mountain 65.5 5. Montana Tech 59.5 6. Montana Western 56.6

PASSING OFFENSE 1. Rocky Mountain 268.6 2. Eastern Oregon 238.9 3. Carroll College 220.7 4. MSU- Northern 217.4 5. Montana Tech 213.6 6. Montana Western 205.9

3RD DOWN CONV. 1. Carroll College 55.9 2. Rocky Mountain 46.9 3. Eastern Oregon 43.6 4. MSU- Northern 38.8 5. Montana Tech 33.3 6. Montana Western 32.7

PASSING DEFENSE 1. Carroll College 171.6 2. Montana Western 217.6 3. Montana Tech 219.5 4. Rocky Mountain 236.9 5. MSU- Northern 254.6 6. Eastern Oregon 275.9

OPP. 3RD DOWN CONV. 1. Carroll College 35.2 2. Montana Western 38.7 3. MSU- Northern 39.2 4. Eastern Oregon 43.7 5. Rocky Mountain 44.8 6. Montana Tech 48.2

INDIVIDUAL TOTAL OFFENSE/GAME 1. Chris Ware 275.7

RECEPTIONS/GAME 1. Colton Woods (MW) 6.4 6. Kevin Sampson 4.1

SACKS/GAME 1. Seath Kimball 1.2

RUSHING YARDS/GAME 1. Kevin Sampson 113.5

TOTAL INTERCEPTIONS 1. Max Hannah 7

PASSING YARDS/GAME 1. Chris Ware 237.3

TACKLES/GAME 1. Landry See (MSU-N) 12.6 3. Howard McDonald 9.9

SCORING DEFENSE 1. Carroll College 16.0 2. Montana Tech 27.4 3. Rocky Mountain 30.9 4. Montana Western 31.0 5. MSU- Northern 33.8 6. Eastern Oregon 38.4

2010 Frontier Preseason Poll 1. Carroll College (5) 2. Eastern Oregon (1) 3. Montana Tech 4. Montana Western 5. Rocky Mountain 6. MSU-Northern

GB -4.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 8.0 Home 4-0 2-3 3-2 3-3 1-4 0-4

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Carroll College 456.7 2. Rocky Mountain 448.5 3. Eastern Oregon 413.1 4. MSU- Northern 366.2 5. Montana Tech 349.6 6. Montana Western 288.2 TOTAL DEFENSE 1. Carroll College 265.8 2. MSU- Northern 391.8 3. Montana Tech 400.4 4. Rocky Mountain 407.1 5. Montana Western 407.5 6. Eastern Oregon 456.3

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Nick Knell 10 PUNT RET. YARDS/GAME 1. Trent Thomas (MT) 13.5 3. Kedrick Starr 11.4 KICK RET. YARDS/GAME 1. Kedrick Starrr 26.4


GAME 11 * EOU

VS.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN * NOV. 13, 2010

TRENDS UNDER TIM CAMP

Overall Home Away vs. Top 10 vs. Top 25

2010 5-5 2-3 3-2 0-2 1-2

All Yrs 17-15 10-6 7-9 0-6 2-7

Leading After 1st Qtr Tied After 1st Qtr Trailing After 1st Qtr

2-2 2-0 1-3

7-4 5-2 5-9

Leading at Half Tied at Half Trailing at Half

2-0 1-1 2-4

11-3 2-2 4-10

Leading After 3rd Qtr Tied After 3rd Qtr Trailing After 3rd Qtr

3-1 2-4

12-4 1-0 4-11

Overtime Games

-

1-0

When Scoring First When Opp Scores First

2-3 3-2

6-6 11-9

Largest Halftime Lead Largest Halftime Deficit

17 28

26 28

Scoring 20+ Points Scoring 30+ Points Scoring 40+ Points Scoring 50+ Points Allowing 20 or Less Allowing 30 or Less Decided by 3 or Less Decided by 10 or Less

5-4 4-2 2-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 4-2

17-9 14-6 10-1 4-0 5-1 9-5 3-1 9-7

Rush <200 Yds Rush for >200 Yds Rush for >300 Yds Pass for >200 Yds Pass for >300 Yds Total >400 Yds

2-4 3-1 1-0 5-2 2-0 5-2

11-14 6-1 1-0 16-8 9-2 14-4

Opp. Rush <100 Yds Opp. Pass <200 Yds Opp. Total <300 Yds

1-1 0-2 -

4-2 4-5 2-2

Turnover Margin Positive Turnover Margin Even Turnover Margin Negative

2-2 1-3 2-0

11-4 3-4 3-7

Lead in Time of Possession Trail in Time of Possession

3-2 2-3

9-2 8-13

EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES * 3

THE LAST TIME THEY MET ... ROCKY MOUNTAIN 45 EASTERN 55 Billings, Mont. Oct. 2, 2010 Sunny * 80 degrees BILLINGS, Mont. – The Eastern Oregon University football team won its third straight game, in another offensive showcase with Rocky Mountain College, 55-45. In a game that featured over 1,100 yards of offense and 100 points, the Mountaineers (3-3) (3-2). Kevin Sampson ran for 201 yards and EOU finished with 612 total yards on offense. Chris Ware completed 25 of his 37 passes for 304 yards. Kasey Peters led RMC with 409 yards through the air and completed 36 of his 56 passes. “Our kids played very hard today,” EOU head coach Tim Camp said. “I’m very proud of the fight this team has. There are three phases to the game, and each phase played a part in this team victory. I’m very proud of my coaching staff.” Sampson’s 201 yards came on 34 carries. The junior came into the game leading the Frontier Conference with an average of 128 yards per game on the ground. Ware entered the game leading the league in passing yards per game with an average of 208 yards per contest. Michael Thomas led the Battlin’ Bears on the ground with 114 yards on 13 carries. RMC finished with 173 rushing yards, while Eastern had 308. Rocky Mountain outgained the Mountaineers through the air, 409 to 304. Peters found Mark Desin on 10-yard touchdown pass to open the scoring four minutes into the game. Six minutes later Ware connected with Dillon Bedford for a 17-yard touchdown strike. The second quarter was full of scoring beginning with a 22-yard field goal from Eastern’s Nick Knell. The Bears responded with a field goal of their own from 23 yards away. A pair of Ware touchdown passes to Kirk Miller and Maurice Culpepper gave the Mountaineers a 24-10 lead. Peters cut the lead to seven with a seven-yard touchdown pass to Levi Sutton with 16 seconds left in the first half. Knell would close the half with a 20-yard field goal after a great kickoff return. The Battlin’ Bears opened the second half in dramatic fashion when Peters connected with AJ Tolbert for a 75-yard touchdown. Sampson then took a Ware handoff in for a 19-yard run with 13:44 remaining in the third quarter. Peters and Sutton connected for another touchdown from four yards out six minutes later. Ware kept the ball for a 15-yard touchdown run on the ensuing Mountaineer possession. Peters and Desin connected again with 1:14 left in the quarter on a six-yard pass. A Sampson 12-yard touchdown run opened the fourth quarter scoring. Thomas would score just 18 seconds later on a 58-yard touchdown run. Neither team would find the endzone until Sampson ended a 14-play, 89-yard drive with a fiveyard carry with two minutes left in regulation. Ware found 10 different Mountaineer receivers Saturday, and Jake Burroughs led with five catches for 40 yards. Miller led EOU with 45 yards on four catches. Sutton and Tolbert each went over 100 yards receiving for RMC. Sutton caught 12 passes for 125 yards and Tolbert had four catches for 106 yards. Rocky Mountain’s Steffan Blume finished with a game-high 16 tackles. Trenton Thelen and Thomas Ackerman each had 15 tackles. Marc-Avery Airhart had a team-high 11 tackles for Eastern and Howard McDonald added 10. Max Hannah intercepted a pass for the Mountaineers.


GAME 11 * EOU

EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES * 4 EASTERN OREGON IN THE POLLS THE SAMPSON Week NAIA VSN Kevin Sampson became the fourth player in school history to run for 1,000 Preseason 21 21 yards in a single season this year. The junior has amassed 1,135 yards on Sept. 13 NR NR Sept. 20 NR NR the ground this season. The Seattle native is currently fourth on the AllSept. 27 NR NR Time EOU rushing list. Sampson is 89 yards away from breaking the single Oct. 4 RV NR Oct. 11 NR NR season rushing record at Eastern as well. He is fourth all-time on the EOU Oct. 18 RV NR All-Purpose yards in a career (2,663) list, and broke the single season Oct. 25 RV NR Nov. 1 RV 25 record for All-Purpose yards in a season (1,679) school record last week. VS.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN * NOV. 13, 2010

Nov. 8

LUCKY NUMBER SEVEN? Eastern is playing for its seventh six-win season in the school’s 81-year football history. With a victory Saturday the Mountaineers would be 6-5 for the year. There has only been 20 seasons in the program’s history that have ended with a record above .500. EOU last put back-to-back winning seasons together in 1979 and 1980. Eastern Oregon went 6-4 in 1979 and 8-1 in 1980, the best season in the school’s history. THE SACKMASTER Seath Kimball currently ranks first in the NAIA in total sacks with 11.5 this season. The senior already owns six school records, and is on pace to a couple more before graduating. The Wenatchee, Wash. native is first in the NAIA in total tackles for loss (20.0). He has 50 total tackles this season and has pushed opponents back with 102 yards from tackles for loss. Kimball also ranks first in the NAIA in sacks and tackles for loss per game. RIGHT WHERE THEY LEFT OFF The Mountaineers broke 30 school records a year ago, and the current Eastern squad has been doing some breaking of their own. EOU has set 14 new school marks in 2010 through 10 games. The Mountaineers are on pace for several more records this year as well. COMEBACK KIDS Eastern is 3-3 this season when opponents score first and 2-2 when it scores first. In the games EOU has won this season it has outscored opponents 70-17 in the final quarter. In the four losses this year, the Mountaineers have been outscored 66-23 in the first quarter. Eastern Oregon has been outscored 101-75 in 2010 in the opening quarter of play altogether in 2010. BATTLE IN THE AIR Eastern Oregon and Rocky Mountain have two of the most prolific offenses in the NAIA. The programs lead the Frontier Conference in passing offense per game and are near the top of the nation. EOU is 16th in the NAIA with 2,389 passing yards this season, and the Bears are sixth with 2,686 yards through the air. Conversely, the two passing defenses are near the bottom of the conference, RMC is fourth allowing an average of 236.9 passing yards per game and Eastern is sixth allowing an average of 275.9 yards.

NR

NR

NAIA Top 25 (as of 11/8) REC PTS 1. Sioux Falls (S.D.) (15) 9-0 416 2. Carroll College (2) 9-0 402 3. St. Xavier (Ill.) (1) 11-0 388 4. MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) 10-0 370 5. Lindenwood (Mo.) 8-1 351 6. McPherson (Kan.) 9-0 341 7. Morningside (Iowa) 8-1 322 8. Ottawa (Kan.) 8-1 295 9. Dickinson State 9-1 275 10. St. Francis (Ind.) 8-1 272 11. Marian (Ind.) 8-2 252 12. McKendree (Ill.) 7-2 238 13. William Penn (Iowa) 9-1 219 14. Missouri Valley 7-2 212 15. Northwestern (Iowa) 7-2 209 16. Northwestern Oklahoma State 7-2 187 17. Cumberland (Tenn.) 8-2 166 18. Georgetown College (Ky.) 7-2 156 19. Midland University (Kan.) 8-2 124 20. Walsh (Ohio) 7-3 97 T21. St. Francis (Ill.) 7-3 83 T21. Azusa Pacific (Calif.) 6-3 83 23. Langston (Okla.) 6-3 61 24. South Dakota Mines 7-3 54 25. Kansas Wesleyan 6-3 29 Others receiving votes: University of the Cumberlands (Ky.) 21; Benedictine College (Kan.) 5; Webber International University (Fla.) 4; Campbellsville University (Ky.) 3; Minot State University (N.D.) 1; Friends University (Kan.) 1; Southern Nazarene University (Okla.) 1; Black Hills State University (S.D.) 1; Sterling College (Kan.) 1; Grand View University (Iowa) 1

VSN Top 25 (as of 11/7) 1. University of Sioux Falls (S.D.) (9-0) 2. Carroll College (Mont.) (9-0) 3. Saint Xavier University (Ill.) (11-0) 4. MidAmerica Nazarene University (Kan.) (10-0) 5. Lindenwood University (Mo.) (9-1) 6. McPherson College (Kan.) (9-0) 7. Morningside College (Iowa) (9-1) 8. Northwestern College (Iowa) (7-2) 9. Ottawa University (Kan.) (8-1) 10. Northwestern Oklahoma State (7-2) 11. University of Saint Francis (Ind.) (8-1) 12. Dickinson State University (N.D.) (9-1) 13. Marian University (8-2) 14. Missouri Valley (Mo.) (8-2) 15. Georgetown College (Ky.) (7-2) 16. McKendree University (Ill.) (8-2) 17. William Penn (Iowa) (9-1) 18. Cumberland University (Tenn.) (8-2) 19. Midland Unversity (Neb.) (8-2) 20. Saint Francis (Ill) (7-3) 21. Walsh University (Ohio) (7-3) 22. Azusa Pacific (Calif) (6-3) 23. Langston University (6-3) 24. South Dakota Mines (7-3) 25. University of the Cumberlands (6-3)


GAME 11 * EOU VS. ROCKY MOUNTAIN * NOV. 13, 2010 EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES * 5 AND THAT’S ANOTHER EOU ... Saturday’s Two Deep Rosters The Mountaineers have piled up first downs this season. Eastern is second in the Frontier Eastern Oregon Offensive Two Deep Conference in first downs per game (23.9). EOU is eighth in the NAIA in that stat category Tackle Guard Guard Tackle 70 C. Brophy 66 N. Cress 71 B. Saltvick 78 J. Smith as well. SHINING STARR Eastern’s Kedrick Starr has had a breakout redshirt freshman season. He has been named the Victory Sports Network National Special Teams Player of the Week this season, and has returned a kickoff for a touchdown and a punt for a touchdown. The Meridian, Idaho native is first in the NAIA in kickoff return yards this season (1,003). THIRD DOWN THUNDER Eastern is 17th in the NAIA in converting on third downs this season. The Mountaineers have made a first down on 65 of the 149 third downs this season. That’s an average of 43.6 percent of the time. A NEW FRONTIER The Mountaineers have many players atop the conference in statistical categories. Chris Ware leads total offense and passing yards per game. Kevin Sampson leads rushing yards per game. Max Hannah leads interceptions per game. Seath Kimball leads sacks per game. Nick Knell leads field goals made per game. Kedrick Starr leads kickoff return yards per game. SOME OF THE BEST Along with Kedrick Starr and Seath Kimball’s rankings in the NAIA, some other Mountaineers are near the top of the nation in statistical categories. Kevin Sampson is third in total rushing yards (1,135) and fourth in total all-purpose yards (1,679). Max Hannah is fifth in interceptions with seven this year. Howard McDonald and Dallas Smith are each fifth with forced fumbles per game. Chris Ware is seventh in total offensive yards (2,757). Nick Knell is ninth with 11 made field goals this year.

SO 6-2 275 67 J. Walker RS FR 6-1 273

SR 6-2 260 75 J. Thiessen, SO 6-6 315

SR 6-1 285 67 J. Walker RS FR 6-1 273

Center 64 J. Lewis JR 5-11 275 78 J. Smith SR 6-2 260

Wide Receiver 13 J. Burroughs JR 6-2 200 34 S. Hurlbut SO 5-10 185

Quarterback 7 C. Ware JR 6-1 210 11 R. Walser RS FR 6-4 215

Wide Receiver 15 K. Miller SR 6-0 185 1 M. Culpepper FR 6-2 195

Tight End 29 D. Bedford SR 6-5 250 80 G. Cole JR 6-3 240

Wide Receiver 89 K. Starr RS FR 5-9 175 83 K. Oveson JR 6-1 185

Running Back 20 K. Sampson JR 5-9 184 25 A. Naway RS FR 6-0 208 Kicker 40 N. Knell JR 6-0 180 41 R. Parkhouse SR 6-0 170

SR 6-5 275 75 J. Thiessen, SO 6-6 315

Kick Returner 89 K. Starr RS FR 5-9 175 25 A. Naway RS FR 6-0 208

Rocky Mountain Defensive Two Deep Tackle 57 C. Molen JR 6-2 210 37 A. Riordan RSFR 5-11 190

Guard 47 S. Blume JR 6-2 220 41 E. Dighans SO 6-2 240

Inside LB 99 P. Palu JR 6-1 285 65 J. Scharbrough RSFR 6-0 275

Outside LB 45 P. Urlacher SR 6-2 260 50 B. Eliel SO 6-2 230 Left CB 23 R. Fuentes SO 5-11 175 26 R. Ferguson FR 6-1 190

Guard 34 L. Mahlen SR 5-11 225 41 E. Dighans SO 6-2 240

Strong Safety 8 J. Fitgerald JR 6-1 195 B. Hilde RSFR 6-0 200

Punter 84 D. Carothers SO 5-10 170 15 M. Thomas SR 6-2 230

Free Safety 4 T. Acherman JR 6-1 195 22 T. Bertelsen RSFR 5-11 190

Punt Returner N/A N/A

Tackle 20 T. Thelen SO 6-2 225 35 A. Desin RSFR 6-2 215 Outside LB 90 T. Mallory JR 6’4 225 92 S. Means FR 6’0 210 Right CB 13 E. Buer RSFR 5-9 185 26 R. Ferguson FR 6-1 190


GAME 11 * EOU

VS.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN * NOV. 13, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES * 6

Saturday’s Two Deep Rosters Rocky Mountain Offensive Two Deep Tackle 71 D. Vasilevskiy SO 6-3 290 67 M. Moos So 6-2 250

Guard 61 N. Coon RSFR 6-1 280 76 M. Lopez RSFR 6-5 310

Guard 66 C. Shultz JR 6-4 300 52 S. Dean SR 6-0 260

Wide Receiver 2 A. Tolbert JR 6-4 220 18 J. John So 6-0 190

Center 68 B. Carich SR. 6-2 290 77 C. Rhew SO 6-0 265

Wide Receiver 5 N. Barnett SR 5-10 180 16 M. Concienne So 5-8 165

Quarterback 7 K. Peters SR 6-3 220 11 M Desin Sr 5-11 195

Wide Receiver 3 L. Sutton JR 6-0 185 87 N. Blankenship JR 5-9 170 Wide Receiver 11 M. Desin SR 5-11 195 89 S. Theriault SO 6-0 200

Running Back 15 M. Thomas SR 6-2 230 21 S. Coleman JR 5-10 210 Kicker 84 D. Carothers SO 5-10 170 15 M. Thomas SR 6-2 230

Tackle 79 J. Kershaw SO 6-5 270 67 M.. Moos SO 6-2 250

Kick Returner N/A N/A

Eastern Oregon Defensive Two Deep Def. Lineman 44 S. Kimball SR 6-3 240 92 N. Roberson JR 6-2 256

Guard 99 D. Kosub FR 6-3 328 62 J. Bunker SO 6-0 260

Linebacker 43 M. Airhart JR 6-0 228 42 D. Smith SR 6-2 235

Linebacker 28 H. McDonald SO 5-10 211 58 B. Sveden SO 6-0 220 Left CB 86 K.Garcia FR 5-7 166 21 J. Rhodes JR 6-0 170

Tackle 62 J. Bunker SO 6-0 260 50 J. Peiler JR 5-11 280

Strong Safety 2 M. Hannah RS FR 5-10 170 16 M. Larson RS FR 6-0 185

Punter 41 R. Parkhouse SR 6-0 170 40 N. Knell JR 6-0 180

Free Safety 33 J. Young SR 5-9 175 19 W. Togiailua, JR 5-10 203

Punt Returner 89 K. Starr RS FR 5-9 175 25 A. Naway RS FR 6-0 208

Def. Lineman 45 M. Goings SO 5-10 220 92 N. Roberson JR 6-2 256 Linebacker 32 M. Gayman RS FR 6-0 192 36 M. Finley SO 6-0 214 Right CB 31 N. Thompson SO 5-9 151 2 M. Hannah RS FR 5-10 170

2010 RECORD WATCH Record Active Player Rushing TD- Car. Chris Ware Rush Att.- Sea. Kevin Sampson FG Att.- Sea. Nick Knell Fum. Forced- Car. Seath Kimball Reception TD- Sea. Kirk Miller Rushing Yds- Sea. Kevin Sampson Rushing Yds- Car. Kevin Sampson Team Rush Yds.- Sea.

Needed to Break 4 touchdowns 26 attempts 4 FG attempts 1 forced fumble 1 touchdown 89 yards 1,089 yards 337 yards

PRONOUNCIATION GUIDE 4 – Edward Apostol: Ah-paus-toll 6 – Justin Udy: YOU-dee 8 – Jason Simonis: See-moan-is 9 – Nick Magrone: Ma-grown 10 – Dustin Eggers: EGG-ers 17 – Austin Foteff: Fo-teff 19 – Watson Togiailua: Tow-we-ah-loo-ah 25 – Abraham Naway: Nah-way 30 – Hayden Plocher: Plock-er 50 – Jordan Peiler: Peel-er 51 – Jesse Achatz: Atch-its 53 – Jason Reyes: Ray-es 58 – Bryce Svedin: Svah-dean 59 – Michael Krafsig: Kraf-sig 70 – Cameron Brophy: Bro-fee 75 – James Thiessen: Thee-sin 83 – Kaleb Oveson: Ov-ah-son 85 – James Mastelotto: Mah-still-lotto 91 – Justin McKague: Mick-keg 95 – Jeremy Rowley: Rao-lee 99 – Derek Kosub: Co-sub


GAME 11 * EOU

VS.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN * NOV. 13, 2010

NUMERICAL No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

Name Maurice Culpepper Max Hannah Dylan Steigers Edward Apostol Chance Hendrickson Justin Udy Chris Ware Jason Simonis Nick Magrone Dustin Eggers Ray Walser Derek Barth Cam Robak Jake Burroughs Trace Richardson Kirk Miller Mitchel Larson Austin Foteff Tristan Askew Watson Togiailua Kevin Sampson Jake Rhodes Roger Garza Karsen Garcia Adam Davis Abraham Naway Kyle Kerfoot Matt Orthmann Howard McDonald Dillon Bedford Hayden Plocher Nick Thompson Matt Gayman Jared Young Sean Hurlbut Trevor Johnson Mark Finley Nick Connor Dylan Cutler Daniel Lee Nick Knell Richard Parkhouse Dallas Smith, Dallas Marc-Avery Airhart Seath Kimball Michael Goings Tyler McFarlane Komivi Akengue Mahonri Bostrom Ryan Watson Jordan Peiler Jesse Achatz Garek Stuart Jason Reyes Christian Doucett Nathan Rudder Tyson Bain Garrett Owens Bryce Svedin Michael Krafsig Jared Vanbeek Dakota Taylor Jorden Bunker Alex Dyke Jason Lewis

Pos. WR DB DB LB QB WR QB QB DB QB QB RS RS WR WR WR DB DB DB DB RB DB WR DB RB RB DB RB LB TE RB DB LB DB WR LB LB RB K/P K/P P LB LB DL DL LB DB RB DL DL LB DL DL DL DL OL LB OL OL OL DL OL OL

EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES * 7

2010 EOU FOOTBALL ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name 51 Achatz, Jesse 43 Airhart, Marc-Avery 47 Akengue, Komivi 4 Apostol, Edward 18 Askew, Tristan

Pos. LB LB DB LB DB

Yr. SO JR RS FR RS

Ht. 6-0 6-0 5-8 5-11 5-10

Wt. 205 235 175 226 160

Hometown (High School) Boring, Ore. (Clackamas HS) Renton, Wash.(John F. Kennedy HS) Battle Ground, Wash. (Bat. Grd. HS) Missoula, Mont. (Big Sky HS) Kent, Wash. (Kentwood HS)

56 12 29 48 70

Bain, Tyson Barth, Derek Bedford, Dillon Bostrom, Mahonri Brophy, Cameron

DL RS TE RB OL

RS

5-9

244

Cathlamet, Wash. (Wahkiakum HS)

JR RS SR

6-4 5-8 6-5

224 182 272

Arroyo Grande, Calif. (Arr. Gde. HS) Nampa, Idaho (Nampa HS) Prosser, Wash. (Prosser HS)

81 62 13 80 37

Brown, Micah Bunker, Jorden Burroughs, Jake Cole, Gary Connor, Nick

WR DL WR TE LB

RS SO JR JR JR

6-0 6-0 6-2 6-2 5-11

179 260 200 225 227

Napavine, Wash. (Napavine HS) Nyssa, Ore. (Nyssa HS) Meridian, Idaho (Meridian HS) Gig Harbor, Wash. (Gig Harbor HS) Molalla, Ore. (Colton HS)

66 Cress, Nathan 1 Culpepper, Maurice 38 Cutler, Dylan 24 Davis, Adam 72 Davison, Tim

OL WR RB RB DL

SR FR RS RS RS

6-1 6-3 5-11 5-10

267 199 180 201

Cathlamet, Wash. (Wahkiakum HS) Perris, Calif. (Citrus Hill HS) Pilot Rock, Ore. (Pilot Rock HS) Boise, Idaho (Centennial HS) Kelso, Wash. (Kelso HS)

54 63 10 87 90

Doucett, Christian Dyke, Alex Eggers, Dustin Eggers, Brandon Faafolau, Zach

DL OL QB WR

RS RS R-SO RS RS

5-11 6-2 6-0 5-11

203 254 185 184

Gig Harbor, Wash. (Peninsula HS) Baker City, Ore. (Baker City HS) Deary, Idaho (Deary HS) Deary, Idaho (Deary HS)

36 17 23 22 32

Finley, Mark Foteff, Austin Garcia, Karsen Garza, Roger Gayman, Matt

LB DB DB WR LB

SO FR FR FR FR

6-0 5-10 5-7 5-8 6-0

214 181 166 178 192

Parma, Idaho (Parma HS) Gladstone, Ore. (Gladstone HS) Placentia, Calif. (Valencia HS) Ontario, Ore. (Ontario HS) Auburn, Wash. (Mountain View HS)

45 Goings, Michael 2 Hannah, Max 69 Harris, RJ 5 Hendrickson, Chance 34 Hurlbut, Sean

DL DB OL QB WR

SO FR RS FR SO

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

220 170 291 174 178

Puyallup, Wash. (Puyallup HS) Ferndale, Wash. (Ferndale HS) West Richland, Wash. (Hanford HS) Springfield, Ore. (Thurston HS Laurel, Wash. Meridian HS

35 68 77 26 44

Johnson, Trevor Jones, Emory Kasper, Jordan Kerfoot, Kyle Kimball, Seath

OL OL DB DL

RS FR JR SO SR

6-0 6-5 5-6 6-3

261 340 167 240

Boise, Idaho (Borah HS) Boise, Idaho (Meridian Tech HS) Mt. Home, Idaho (Mt. Home HS) Wenatchee, Wash. (Eastmont HS)

40 99 59 16 93

Knell, Nick Kosub, Derek Krafsig, Michael Larson, Mitchel Lawson, Parker

K/P DL OL DB DL

SO FR FR JR FR

6-0 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-2

183 328 268 175 256

Lander, Wyo. (Lander Valley HS) Reno, Nev. (Hug HS) Vancouver, Wash. (Mt. View HS) Kennewick, Wash. (Kamiakin HS) Friday Harbor, Wash. (Fri.Harbor HS)

39 Lee, Daniel 64 Lewis, Jason 9 Magrone, Nick 85 Mastelotto, James 28 McDonald, Howard

K/P OL DB TE LB

FR JR FR JR SO

6-3 5-11 5-10 6-5 5-10

227 272 166 205 211

Perrydale, Ore. (Perrydale HS) Anchorage, Alaska (Dimond HS) Portland, Ore. (Parkrose HS) Oroville, Calif. (Las Plumas HS) Silverdale, Wash. (Central Kitsap HS)

46 91 15 84 25

LB TE WR WR RB

SO FR SR RS FR

6-0 6-1 6-0 5-3 5-11

210 212 165 144 186

Boise, Idaho (Idaho City HS) Boise, Idaho (Borah HS) Kuna, Idaho (Kuna HS) Auburn, Wash. (Federal Way HS) Boise, Idaho (Borah HS)

McFarlane, Tyler McKague, Justin Miller, Kirk Miller, Rian Naway, Abraham


GAME 11 * EOU

VS.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN * NOV. 13, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES * 8

2010 EOU FOOTBALL ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name 94 Orr, Wes 27 Orthmann, Matt 83 Oveson, Kaleb 57 Owens, Garrett 100 Parke, Sam

Pos. DL RB WR OL RB

Yr. FR R-SO JR FR RS

Ht. 6-2 5-9 6-1 6-1 5-7

Wt. 200 210 184 305 169

41 50 30 53 88

Parkhouse, Richard Peiler, Jordan Plocher, Hayden Reyes, Jason Reynolds, Justin

P DL RB DL WR

SR JR JR FR JR

5-11 5-11 5-7 6-0 5-10

176 280 165 256 190

21 14 12 92 95

Rhodes, Jake Richardson, Trace Robak, Cam Roberson, Nick Rowley, Jeremy

DB WR RS DL DL

JR RS

6-0 6-1

170 157

JR SO

6-2 6-4

256 240

55 Rudder, Nathan 71 Saltvick, Brendan 20 Sampson, Kevin 8 Simonis, Jason 42 Smith, Dallas

DL OL RB QB LB

SO SO JR FR SR

5-11 6-1 5-9 6-5 6-2

237 288 176 190 235

74 78 97 79 89

OL OL DL RS WR

RS SR JR

6-0 6-1 6-4

266 253 248

FR

5-8

166

3 Steigers, Dylan 52 Stuart, Garek 58 Svedin, Bryce 61 Taylor, Dakota 98 Thiemer, Nick

DB RS LB OL RS

FR

5-10

190

SO FR

6-0 6-4

215 324

75 Thiessen, James 31 Thompson, Nick 19 Togiailua, Watson 6 Udy, Justin 60 Vanbeek, Jared

OL DB DB WR OL

SO SO JR JR JR

6-5 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-2

306 151 203 176 241

65 Victorino, Manaokalani 86 Wagner, Vincent 67 Walker, Justin 11 Walser, Ray 73 Ward, Josh

OL

5-11

308

Kent, Wash. (Kentwood HS)

OL QB OL

RS RS SO FR FR

6-2 6-4 6-5

275 214 309

Cheney, Wash. (Cheney HS) Mt. Vernon, Wash. (Mt. Vernon HS) Boise, Idaho (Idaho City HS)

7 Ware, Chris 49 Watson, Ryan 76 White, Grady 82 Wood, Mike 96 Woody, Andrew

QB DL OL DE TE

JR RS JR RS RS

6-1 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-0

212 215 295 198 202

Rainier, Ore. (Rainier HS) Yakima, Wash. (Eisenhower HS) Eagle, Idaho (Eagle HS) Thompson Falls, Mont. (Tp. Fls. HS) Springfield, Ore. (Thurston HS)

33 Young, Jared 98 Zimmerman, Billy

DB DL

SR FR

5-9 6-3

175 250

Kennewick, Wash. (Kamiakin HS) Rainer, Ore. (Rainer HS)

Smith, Dustin Smith, Jordan Spence, Jordan Spond, Eric Starr, Kedrick

Hometown (High School) Princeton, Idaho (Deary HS) Yakima, Wash. (East Valley HS) Wallowa, Ore. (Wallowa HS) Troutdale, Ore. (Reynolds HS) Dillon, Mont. (Beaverhead Cty. HS)

No.

65 66 67 68 69 70 Walnut, Calif. (Walnut HS) 71 Oceanside, Calif. (Vista HS) 72 Meridian, Idaho (Mountain View HS) 73 La Verne, Calif. (Damien HS) 74 Battle Ground, Wash. (Bat. Grd. HS) 75 76 Coeur d' Alene, Idaho (Cr. d' Al. HS) 77 Baker City, Ore. (Baker HS) 78 79 Spokane, Wash. (West Valley HS) Hood River, Ore. (Hood Riv. Val. HS) 80 81 82 Meridian, Idaho (Meridian HS) Gig Harbor, Wash. (Gig Harbor HS) 83 Seattle, Wash. (Rainier Beach HS) 84 Poulsbo, Wash. (Central Kitsap HS) 85 Redding, Calif. (Foothill HS) 86 87 Woodland, Wash. (Woodland HS) 90 Coeur d' Alene, Idaho (Cr. d' Al. HS) 91 Longley, BC (Walnut Grove Sec.) 92 93 Meridian, Idaho (Meridian HS) 94 95 Missoula, Mont. (Sentinel High) 96 97 Weiser, Idaho (Weiser HS) 98 Weiser, Idaho (Weiser HS) 98 99 Triangle Lake, Ore. (Triangle Lk. HS) 100 Imbler, Ore. (Imbler HS) Lakewood, Wash. (Lakes HS) Genesee, Idaho (Genesee HS) Nampa, Idaho (Meridian HS)

Name

Pos.

Manaokalani Victorino Nathan Cress Justin Walker Emory Jones RJ Harris Cameron Brophy Brendan Saltvick Tim Davison Josh Ward Dustin Smith James Thiessen Grady White Jordan Kasper Jordan Smith Eric Spond Gary Cole Micah Brown Mike Wood Kaleb Oveson Rian Miller James Mastelotto Vincent Wagner Brandon Eggers Zach Faafolau Justin McKague Nick Roberson Parker Lawson Wes Orr Jeremy Rowley Andrew Woody Jordan Spence Nick Thiemer Billy Zimmerman Derek Kosub Sam Parke

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL TE WR DE WR WR TE WR TE DL DL DL DL TE DL DL DL RB

Eastern Players of the Week OFFENSIVE Jake Burroughs (WR) - 2 rec., 39 yds.

DEFENSIVE Howard McDonald (LB) - 14 TT, 2 TFL, 0.5 scks

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY YEAR SENIORS: 8 JUNIORS: 22 SOPHOMORES: 16 FRESHMEN: 26 REDSHIRTS: 30

NUMERICAL

BY STATE WASHINGTON: 34 IDAHO: 25 OREGON: 19 CALIFORNIA: 8 MONTANA: 4

ALASKA: 1 BRITISH COLUMBIA: 1 NEVADA: 1 WYOMING: 1

SPECIAL TEAMS Ricky Parkhouse (P) - 2 punts, 126 yds, 79 long * The 79-yard punt was five yards short of breaking the school record for longest punt in EOU history. It ranks as the second longest in the 81-year history of EOU football.


GAME 11 * EOU

VS.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN * NOV. 13, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES * 9

THE LAST TIME... RUSHING Player Rushed for 100 Yards by EO 103, Kevin Sampson at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 by Opp 228, John Camino at Carroll College 10/23/2010 Two Players Rushed for 100 Yards by EO Brad Padayao(195) and Travis Morscheck (125) vs. Montana Western 10/13/2007 by Opp Jed Thomas (139) and John Barnett (113) Carroll College 10/14/2006 Player Rushed for 200 Yards by EO 201, Kevin Sampson at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 by Opp 228, John Camino at Carroll College 10/23/2010 Player Rushed 30 Times by EO 30 (103 yds), Kevin Sampson at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 by Opp 37 (195 yds), Brandon Baldwin at Southern Oregon 8/29/2009 Player Rushed for 3 Touchdowns or More by EO 3, Kevin Sampson at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 by Opp 3, John Camino Carroll 9/11/2010 Player Scored on 50-Yard Run or Longer by EO 65, Chris Ware vs. Carroll College 11/07/2009 by Opp 58, Michael Thomas at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 Player had a 70-Yard Run or Longer by EO 70, Ian O’Brien at Montana Tech 9/29/2007 by Opp 99, Teague Egan at Montana Tech 9/16/2006 PASSING Player Passed for 400 Yards by EO 443, Chris Ware vs. Rocky Mountain 9/27/2008 by Opp 429, Kasey Peters at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 Player Completed 25 Passes by EO 25, Chris Ware (304 yds) at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 by Opp 30, Matt Komac (342 yds) Montana Tech 10/16/2010 Player Attempted 40 Passes by EO 40, Chris Ware (21 comp) vs. Montana Tech 10/16/2010 by Opp 46, Matt Komac (30 comp) Montana Tech 10/16/2010 Player Passed for 4 or more Touchdowns by EO 4, Chris Ware vs. MSU Northern 9/18/2010 by Opp 4, Derek Lear at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 RECEIVING Player Caught 10 or More Passes by EO 10, Jomo Wilson (148) vs. Carroll College 9/2/2005 by Opp 11, Levi Sutton (138) at Montana Tech 10/2/2010 Player Gained 150 Yards Receiving by EO 165, Kirk Miller (7 rec.) at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 by Opp 192, Levi Sutton (20 rec.) at Rocky Mountain 10/10/2009 Two players had 100 yards Receiving by EO Kirk Miller (117) and Jordyn Jackson (102) at Southern Oregon 8/29/2009 by Opp Matt Stuart (105) and Brandon O’Brien (105) at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 Player Made Three Touchdown Receptions by EO 3, Kirk Miller at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 by Opp 3, Corey Peterson Carroll College 11/07/2009 Player Scored on 50-Yard Pass Play or Longer by EO 66, Kirk Miller (Chris Ware) at Carroll College 10/23/2010 by Opp 55, Brandon O’Brien (Derek Lear) at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 Player Scored on 70-Yard Pass Play or Longer by EO 74, Jordyn Jackson (Chris Ware) vs. Carroll College 11/7/2009 by Opp 75, AJ Tolbert (Kasey Peters) at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 SPECIAL TEAMS Player Accumulated 100 Yards or More Punt Returns by EO 182, Greg Fullerton vs. MSU Northern 11/4/2006 by Opp 169, Brian Guisti Rocky Mountain 9/22/2007 Player Returned Punt for Touchdown

by EO 68, Kedrick Starr vs. Montana Tech 10/16/2010 by Opp 94, Brian Guisti Rocky Mountain 9/22/2007 Player Returned Kickoff for Touchdown by EO 85, Ked Starr at Carroll College 10/23/2010 by Opp Tyson Lucier vs. MSU-Northern 9/18/2010 Player Scored a Touchdown on a Blocked Punt by EO by Opp Jared Van Voast MSU Northern 9/18/2010 Player Blocked Punt (No Touchdown) by EO Howard McDonald at Carroll College 10/23/2010 by Opp Tyson Lucier vs. MSU-Northern 9/18/2010 Player Blocked a Field Goal (No Touchdown) by EO Jorden Bunker at Carroll College 10/23/2010 by Opp Sean Kuypert vs. Southern Oregon 8/28/2010 KICKING Player Kicked Four or More Field Goals by EO 4, by Opp 4, Tyler Crowley at Southern Oregon 8/29/2009 Player had a 70+ Yard Punt by EO Richard Parkhouse, 79 yards, at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 by Opp Kyle Finnerman, 77 yards, at MSU-Northern (9/13/2008) Player Missed Point After Touchdown by EO Nick Knell vs. Carroll College 9/11/2010 by Opp at Macken Crossley Montana Western 9/25/10 DEFENSE Player Made 15 or More Tackles by EO 15, Marc Avery-Airhart vs. Montana Tech 10/16/2010 by Opp 16, Steffan Blume at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 Player Made Three or More Interceptions by EO 3, Vernon Smith at Menlo College 9/11/2004 by Opp Player Returned Interception for Touchdown by EO Karsen Garcia (50 yds) vs. Carroll College 9/11/2010 by Opp Curtis Quigley (57 yds) vs. Montana Western 11/6/2010 Player Recovered/Returned Fumble for Touchdown by EO Jared Young (69 yds) vs. Carroll College 9/11/2010 by Opp Player Scored a Safety by EO Kevin Sampson at Montana Western 9/25/2010 by Opp Travis Hjort MSU Northern 9/18/2010 TEAM Surpassed 500 Yard Total Offense by EO 540, at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 by Opp 705, at Carroll College 10/23/2010 Rushed for 300 Yards by EO 307, at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 by Opp 437, at Carroll College 10/23/2010 Passed for 400 Yards by EO 423, vs. MSU Northern 9/26/2009 by Opp 429, at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 Recorded a Shutout by EO 47-0, at Rocky Mountain 10/23/2004 by Opp 0-34, vs. Carroll College 10/14/2006 Scored 50 Points by EO 55, at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 by Opp 61, at Carroll College 10/23/2010 Failed to Rush for 100 Yards by EO 62, Carroll College 9/11/2010 by Opp 23, at Montana Western 9/25/2010 Failed to Pass for 100 Yards by EO 92, vs. MSU Northern 11/10/2007 by Opp 31, at MSU Northern 10/6/2007


GAME 11 * EOU

VS.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN * NOV. 13, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES * 10

GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS OFFENSE Game SOU @MIT CC MSUN @UMW @RMC MIT @CC @MSUN UMW RMC Game SOU @MIT CC MSUN @UMW @RMC MIT @CC @MSUN UMW RMC DEFENSE Game SOU @MIT CC MSUN @UMW @RMC MIT @CC @MSUN UMW RMC Game SOU @MIT CC MSUN @UMW @RMC MIT @CC @MSUN UMW RMC

WR Burroughs Burroughs Burroughs Burroughs Burroughs Burroughs Burroughs Burroughs Burroughs Burroughs Burroughs

DE Kimball Kimball Kimball Kimball Kimball Kimball Kimball Kimball Kimball Kimball Kimball

NG Spence Spence Spence Spence Spence Spence Kosub Kosub Kosub Kosub Kosub LC Rhodes Rhodes Rhodes Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia

LT Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith QB Ware Ware Ware Ware Ware Ware Ware Ware Ware Ware Ware

LG Saltvick Saltvick Saltvick Saltvick Saltvick Saltvick Saltvick Saltvick Saltvick Saltvick Saltvick

C Jones Jones Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis TB Sampson Sampson Sampson Sampson Sampson Sampson Sampson Sampson Sampson Sampson Sampson

DT Kosub Kosub Kosub Kosub Peiler Peiler Peiler Peiler Peiler Peiler Bunker

DE Rudder Rudder Rudder Rudder Goings Goings Goings Goings Goings Goings Goings SS Smith Smith Smith Hannah Hannah Hannah Hannah Hannah Togiailua Hannah Hannah

RG Cress Cress Cress Cress Cress Cress Cress Cress Cress Cress Cress TB -----------------------

RT Brophy Brophy Brophy Brophy Brophy Brophy Brophy Brophy Brophy Brophy Brophy TE Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford

LB McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald FS Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young

WR Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller TE -----------------------

LB Airhart Airhart Airhart Airhart Airhart Airhart Airhart Airhart Airhart Airhart Airhart

WR Hurlbut Hurlbut Hurlbut Hurlbut Udy Udy Starr Starr Starr Starr Starr

LB Gayman Gayman Gayman Gayman Smith Smith Smith Smith Gayman Gayman Gayman RC Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Hannah Thompson Thompson


GAME 11 * EOU

VS.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN * NOV. 13, 2010

EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES * 11

2010 EASTERN INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

2010 OPPONENT 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 Ret. Long Kickoff Ret. Tackles

34 227 3 31 40 25 304 4 66 8 165 3 66 3 46 8 63.0 79 68 85 15

Rushes

21

Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions

228 3 62 56 36 429 5 93 11 138 2

Long Reception Field Goals

93 1

Sacks

3.5

Kevin Sampson at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) Kevin Sampson vs Southern Oregon (08/28/10) Kevin Sampson at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) Kevin Sampson vs Southern Oregon (08/28/10) Chris Ware vs Montana Tech (10/16/10) Chris Ware at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) Chris Ware at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) Chris Ware vs Montana St.-Northern (09/18/10) Chris Ware at Carroll College (10/23/10) Kevin Sampson at Montana Western (09/25/10) Kirk Miller at MSU-Northern (10/30/10) Kirk Miller at MSU-Northern (10/30/10) Kirk Miller at Carroll College (10/23/10) Nick Knell vs Southern Oregon Univ (08/28/10) Nick Knell at Montana Western (09/25/10) Richard Parkhouse vs Montana Western (11/06/10) Richard Parkhouse at at MSU-Northern (10/30/10) Richard Parkhouse at MSU-Northern (10/30/10) Kedrick Starr vs Montana Tech (10/16/10) Kedrick Starr at Carroll College (10/23/10) Marc-Avery Airhart vs Carroll College (09/11/10) Marc-Avery Airhart vs Montana Tech (10/16/10) Seath Kimball at MSU-Northern (10/30/10)

Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg

37 7 41.0

Tackles For Loss Interceptions

5.5 2

Seath Kimball at MSU-Northern (10/30/10) Max Hannah vs Southern Oregon Univ (08/28/10)

Long Punt Long Punt Ret. Long Kickoff Ret. Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

62 10 40 16 2.5 3.5 2

2010 EASTERN 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

54 307 5.8 4 40 25 304 15.6 4 92 611 6.8 55 5

First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

35 11 140 7 3

at Montana Western (09/25/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) vs Montana Tech (10/16/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Carroll College (10/23/10) vs Montana St.-Northern (09/18/10) at Montana Western (09/25/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) vs Southern Oregon Univ (08/28/10) at MSU-Northern (10/30/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) vs Southern Oregon Univ (08/28/10) vs Southern Oregon Univ (08/28/10) at MSU-Northern (10/30/10) vs Southern Oregon Univ (08/28/10)

Skyler Knuchel, at MT (09/04/10) Charlie Dotson, vs UMW (11/06/10) John Camino, at CC (10/23/10) John Camino, vs CC (09/11/10) Drew Savage, at MT (09/04/10) Kasey Peters, at RMC(10/02/10) Kasey Peters, at RMC (10/02/10) Kasey Peters, at RMC (10/02/10) Kasey Peters, at RMC (10/02/10) Jeff Logan, at UMW (09/25/10) Levi Sutton, at RMC (10/02/10) Levi Sutton, at RMC (10/02/10) Vance Beach, vs SOU (08/28/10) Matt Stuart, vs MSN (09/18/10) AJ Tolbert, at RMC(10/02/10) Mark Desin, at RMC (10/02/10) Corey Peterson, at CC (10/23/10) Kahai Sevilla, at UMW (09/25/10) Kyle Kercher, vs MSUN (09/18/10) Derek Carothers, at RMC (10/02/10) Kyle Kercher, vs MSUN (09/18/10) Deryk Van Zee, vs UMW (11/06/10) David Kries, vs CC (09/11/10) Derek Carothers, at RMC (10/02/10) Deryk Van Zee, vs UMW (11/06/10) Vance Beach, vs SOU(08/28/10) Jeff Deal, vs CC(09/11/10) Steffan Blume, at RMC (10/02/10) Robert Blair, vs UMW (11/06/10) Robert Blair, vs UMW (11/06/10) Seth Wildung, at MSU-Northern (10/30/10)

2010 OPPONENT 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

50 437 11.8 5 57 36 429 14.9 5 85 705 11.6 61 8 31 14 136 5 3

vs Carroll College (09/11/10) at Carroll College (10/23/10) at Carroll College (10/23/10) at Carroll College (10/23/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Carroll College (10/23/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Carroll College (10/23/10) at Carroll College (10/23/10) at Carroll College (10/23/10) vs Montana Western (11/06/10) at Rocky Mountain Coll. (10/02/10) at Carroll College (10/23/10) at Montana Western (09/25/10) vs Montana Tech (10/16/10) at Montana Tech (09/04/10) vs Carroll College (09/11/10) at MSU-Northern (10/30/10)


GAME 11 * EOU

VS.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN * NOV. 13, 2010

NOTES

EOU MOUNTAINEERS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES * 12

FB Game Notes: Rocky Mountain  

The Mountaineers welcome Rocky Mountain College Saturday in the final game of the season.

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