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2009 INDIANA STATE FOOTBALL

Game 2: INDIANA STATE (0-1) at LOUISVILLE (0-0)

Saturday, Sept. 5, 2009 • Louisville, Ky. • Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium • 7:30 p.m. ET • TV: WHAS • Radio: ESPN 1130/1300 AM

Setting The Stage

Gameday

The Indiana State Sycamores continue year two of the Trent Miles Era on Saturday, Sept. 5, with the first road game of the season at Louisville. Saturday night’s game is set for a 7:30 p.m. (ET) kickoff at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium (42,000). The game will be carried live on ESPN Radio (1130 & 1300 AM), with Brian Fritz and Vaso Michels calling the action for the Nelligan Sports Marketing Radio Network. Action can be heard live worldwide on ESPNSportsRadio.com, and live stats are available at GoSycamores.com. The game will be televised live in Louisville on WHAS-11, but not in the Wabash Valley nor on the Internet.

Stadium: Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium Capacity: 42,000 Indiana State Radio: ESPN Radio 1130/1300 AM Play-By-Play: Brian Fritz Analyst: Vaso Michels Series Record: Louisville leads 5-3-1 Last Meeting: 1984 -- ISU 44, UL 21 Last ISU Win: 1984 -- ISU 44, UL 21 Current Series Streak: ISU has won one game.

What’s Inside General Notes Sycamores/Cardinals Schedules Media Services/Game Notes Game Notes/National Polls MVFC Standings Tracking the 2009 Opponents Head Coach Trent Miles Sycamore Depth Chart Numerical Roster The Last Time It Happened Gameday Recaps Game-By-Game Statistics Overall Statistics

INDIANA STATE SYCAMORES

1-3 1 2 3 4 4 5-6 7 8 9 10 11-12 13-23

LOUISVILLE CARDINALS

Date........Opponent.....................Time/Result Aug. 27.......Quincy.........................................L, 26-20 Sept. 5..... at Louisville........................ 7:30 p.m. Sept. 12......Eastern Illinois.........................12:05 p.m. Sept. 19......at South Dakota State*...................7 p.m. Sept. 26......Youngstown State*..................12:05 p.m. Oct. 3.........at Northern Iowa*.....................5:05 p.m. Oct. 17.......at Illinois State*..............................3 p.m. Oct. 24.......Western Illinois*........................3:05 p.m. Oct. 31.......Southern Illinois*....................12:05 p.m. Nov. 7.........at Missouri State*...........................2 p.m. Nov. 14.......North Dakota State*................12:05 p.m. * Missouri Valley Football Conference Game • All Times Eastern

Date........Opponent............................ Time Sept. 5..... Indiana State...................... 7:30 p.m. Sept. 19......at Kentucky...................................... Noon Sept. 26......at Utah.......................................7:30 p.m. Oct. 2.........Pittsburgh*.....................................8 p.m. Oct. 10.......Southern Mississippi.......................... TBA Oct. 17.......at Connecticut*................................ Noon Oct. 24.......at Cincinnati*..................................... TBA Oct. 31.......Arkansas State................................... TBA Nov. 7.........at West Virginia*................................ TBA Nov. 14.......Syracuse*......................................... Noon Nov. 21.......at South Florida*............................... TBA Nov. 27.......Rutgers*............................................ TBA * Big East Conference Game • All Times Eastern

Head Coach: Trent Miles (Indiana State, 1987) Record at Indiana State: 0-13 (2nd Year) Overall Record: 0-13 (2nd Year)

Head Coach: Steve Kragthorpe (West Texas State, 1987) Record at Louisville: 11-13 (3rd Year) Overall Record: 40-35 (7th Season)

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The Official Home of Sycamore Athletics ISU Athletics and Sycamore football information can be accessed online at all times. Complete statistics, notes, recaps, features and archives, as well as live video, are available at GoSycamores.com.

Radio Show

Head coach Trent Miles will join play-by-play voice Brian Fritz every Monday for the Trent Miles Radio Show at 6 p.m. The show will take place live from Beef O’ Brady’s in Terre Haute and will air on ESPN Radio 1130 and 1300 in the Wabash Valley.

Interview Availability

Each day on game weeks, ISU players will be available at Memorial Stadium 30 minutes after each practice session. Coach Trent Miles will be available at this time or upon prior arrangements with the ISU Athletics Media Relations Office. Please call Ace Hunt at (812) 237-4161 to confirm practice times or schedule an interview with Coach Miles. Please call Bonnie Ryan at (812) 237-4159 to schedule interviews with Sycamore student-athletes.

Postgame Policies

Ace Hunt and Bonnie Ryan will coordinate all postgame interviews for the Sycamores, as the locker room is closed to media. On the road, Coach Miles and selected players will be made available after a brief cooling off period in an area outside the locker room or a space designated by the host school. At home, both team’s head coaches as well selected players will be made available in the interview area located inside the Memorial Stadium Fieldhouse.

The Indiana State Head Coach Indiana State is led by head coach Trent Miles, a 1987 ISU graduate and Terre Haute native. Miles made his head coaching debut last season against Eastern Michigan and carries a record of 0-13 into the road opener at Louisville. Miles previously spent three seasons (2005-07) as the running backs coach at Washington and three years at Notre Dame (2002-04) as the wide receivers coach. Miles has never faced the Cardinals as a head coach, but was a senior member of the 1984 Sycamore squad that downed Louisville by a score of 44-21. This is Miles first meeting against a team from the BIG EAST. The Louisville Head Coach Louisville is coached by third-year skipper Steve Kragthorpe, who is 11-13 at Louisville. Kragthrope is 40-35 in eight seasons as a head coach. Kragthorpe coached former Missouri Valley Conference member Tulsa from 2003-2006. He is 1-3 all-time against members of the Missouri Valley Football Conference, but Saturday night’s game is his first against Indiana State. Louisville Scouting Report Louisville is a member of the NCAA FBS Subdivision and competes in the BIG EAST Conference. Saturday’s game against ISU is the season opener for Louisville. The Cardinals return 15 starters and 48 letterwinners from last season’s 5-7 team, including eight starters on offense. Louisville is 48-55-3 all-time in season openers, including a 1-1 mark under Kragthorpe’s guidance. A Little History This marks the 105th season of football at Indiana State, dating back to 1896. The University did not field teams from 1899 to 1900, 1908 or from 1910 to 1919. ISU owns an all-time record of 338-456-22 and is competing for the 25th consecutive season as a member of the MVFC. What’s Transpired Indiana State opened the season with a 26-20 overtime loss against Quincy at Memorial Stadium. The game drew regional attention, as 7,216 fans were in attendance. The Sycamores bounced out to a quick 17-0 lead in the first quarter against the Hawks – ISU’s largest lead over an opponent since 2004 -- but Quincy came back to knot the score at 20 with 43 seconds left in regulation. Darrius Gates paced the Sycamores with 102 yards on the ground and also threw a 75-yard touchdown pass as the offense showed spark early in the game. For Road Openers Indiana State opened the season last week against Quincy, but will play its first road game of the season against Louisville. The Sycamores are 27-50-7 in their first road game of the season, but are looking to earn an opening road win for the first time since 1984 -- a 44-21 win at Louisville. Indiana State has opened the road portion of the season twice before in the series with the Cardinals: a 0-0 tie in 1940 and a 44-21 ISU victory in 1984. We Are Mostly ... Young Of the 85 players on the current Indiana State roster, a total of 65 student-athletes are underclassmen -- or just over 76 percent. There are 38 true or redshirt freshmen on the roster currently. A total of 16 student-athletes saw their first action in a Sycamore uniform versus Quincy, including 11 true or redshirt freshmen. Flood Gates Open Junior tailback Darrius Gates opened the season against Quincy by rushing for a team-best 102 yards on 11 carries. He closed out the 2008 campaign against Missouri State by rushing for 237 yards on 29 attempts en route to being named the MVFC Offensive Player of the Week. His performance in the season finale of 2008 against the Bears coupled with the effort last week versus the Hawks, makes Gates the first Sycamore to record back-to-back 100-yard single-game rushing performances since Jake Shields accomplished the feat in the first two games of 2003 (127 at Ball State; 213 vs. Florida International). With another 100-yard rushing performance this week against Louisville, Gates would be the first Sycamore since David Wright in 1993 to post at least three consecutive games going over the century mark on the ground. The school record for consecutive 100-yard rushing games is 10 – held by Derrick Franklin from 1991 until 1992. To add to his success on the ground, Gates also completed a 75-yard TD pass to Bryant Kent in the first quarter against Quincy, which was the second pass completion of his career (both have gone for touchdowns).


An Indiana State Win Over Louisville Would...

• Snap the Sycamores’ 27-game losing streak, dating back to a 28-22 Homecoming victory over Missouri Valley Football Conference rival Missouri State in 2006. • Give Trent Miles his first collegiate head coaching victory. • Give Indiana State a win in its first road game of the season since 1984 when ISU downed Louisville by a score of 44-21. • Give Indiana State its first win over a NCAA FBS opponent for the first time since a 40-16 win over Cincinnati in 1987. • Would snap a 32-game losing streak against NCAA FBS opposition. Dog Days Of August Indiana State’s season opener on Aug. 27 against Quincy was not only the earliest in all of NCAA Division I football this season, it was also the earliest in the history of the program. The Sycamores are 2-8 in their 10 previous games during the month of August. In fact, the Sycamores won their first two August contests (in 1995 and 1996 against Mars Hill), but have lost their last eight played during the month, including last week’s 26-20 overtime loss against Quincy. ISU is 2-3 at home in the month of August, with the Quincy game being the first in that month at Memorial Stadium since Aug. 31, 2000 in a 42-24 defeat at the hands of Eastern Illinois. Working Overtime The Sycamores have played overtime in each of the past two contests, dating back to last season. The Sycamores concluded the 2008 campaign with a 27-24 overtime loss to Missouri State and began the 2009 season in much the same way with a 26-20 overtime defeat at the hands of Quincy. Those two games are the first time in the history of the program that the Sycamores have played in back-to-back overtime contests since the rule was enacted in 1983at the NCAA FCS level. Preseason Selections Senior defensive back Donye McCleskey and sophomore defensive back Alex Sewall were Indiana State’s selections on the 2009 Preseason All-MVFC Team chosen by the league’s head coaches, media members and SID panel. McCleskey was named All-MVFC Honorable Mention last season and was a co-MVP for the Sycamores. He posted 98 total tackles last season, including 53 total stops. In the conference opener against Illinois State, McCleskey was credited with a career-high 17 total tackles. Known as a big-play defensive threat, he recovered a fumble and returned it 47 yards for a touchdown at Youngstown State. McCleskey had four games in which he recorded at least 10 tackles, including 13 against South Dakota State, 11 in the season finale versus Missouri State, 10 at Western Illinois and the season-best 17 versus the Redbirds. Sewall was named to the All-MVFC Honorable Mention team last season and was also a member of the MVFC All-Newcomer squad. He was ISU’s top newcomer on defense with 90 total tackles, including 52 solo stops. Sewall posted a season-best nine tackles in five different contests: at Eastern Illinois, at Northern Illinois, South Dakota State, at North Dakota State and in the season finale versus Missouri State. Sycamores Place Two On MVFC All-Select NFL Team Tunch Ilkin and Vencie Glenn were named to the MVFC’s All-Select NFL Team, as announced by the league office. Ilkin was an offensive lineman for Indiana State who graduated in 1979. He played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers from 1980 until 1993. He played 176 career games for the Steelers over his 14-year NFL career. Ilkin has continued as a radio color commentator for the Steelers since his playing career ended. Glenn graduated in 1985 and played for the New England Patriots, San Diego Chargers, New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants from 1986-95. He played in 153 career games with 35 interceptions. Up Next Indiana State returns home to face Eastern Illinois on Saturday, Sept. 12 at Memorial Stadium. Kickoff is set for Noon (ET).

National Polls The Sports Network -- Top 25 (Aug. 26, 2009 -- Week 1)

Team..............................Record Points 2008 1. Appalachian State (79)............. 0-0 3,853 5 2. Richmond (72)......................... 0-0 3,792 1 3. Montana (2)............................. 0-0 3,506 2 4. Northern Iowa (2)...............0-0 3,408 4 5. Villanova (2)............................. 0-0 3,85 6 6. James Madison (1)................... 0-0 3,069 3 7. Southern Illinois.................0-0 2,897 11 8. New Hampshire........................ 0-0 2,544 8 9. Weber State (1)........................ 0-0 2,525 7 10. Wofford.................................. 0-0 2,169 9 11. Elon........................................ 0-0 2,162 17 12. Cal Poly................................... 0-0 1,780 10 13. Central Arkansas..................... 0-0 1,670 12 14. William & Mary...................... 0-0 1,635 20 15. McNeese State........................ 0-0 1,453 21 16. South Carolina State (1)......... 0-0 1,379 13 17. Massachusetts........................ 0-0 1,055 NR 18. Eastern Washington............... 0-0 1,038 NR 19. Maine..................................... 0-0 1,033 18 20. Texas State............................. 0-0 860 22 21. Jacksonville State................... 0-0 808 23 22. South Dakota State............0-0 707 NR 23. Harvard.................................. 0-0 504 15 24. Eastern Kentucky.................... 0-0 394 19 25. Grambling State..................... 0-0 382 24 Holy Cross............................... 0-0 382 NR

FCS Coaches Poll -- Top 25 (Aug. 24, 2009 -- Preseason)

Team..............................Record Points 2008 1. Appalachian State (13)........... 11-3 665 5 2. Richmond (10)....................... 13-3 660 1 3. Montana................................ 14-2 623 2 4. Northern Iowa (1).............12-3 584 4 5. Villanova (1)........................... 10-3 569 6 6. James Madison (2)................. 12-2 528 3 7. Southern Illinois.................9-3 468 10 8. New Hampshire...................... 10-3 419 7 9. Weber State............................ 10-4 405 9 10. Wofford.................................. 9-3 370 11 11. Elon........................................ 8-4 364 19 12. Central Arkansas................... 10-2 312 12 13. Cal Poly................................... 8-3 282 13 14. William & Mary...................... 7-4 239 20 15. McNeese State........................ 7-4 237 21 16. South Carolina State............. 10-3 225 13 17. Eastern Washington............... 6-5 204 NR 18. Massachusetts (1).................. 7-5 196 NR 19. Jacksonville State................... 8-3 145 22 Maine..................................... 8-5 145 16 21. Texas State............................. 8-5 137 23 22. Harvard.................................. 9-1 121 14 23. South Dakota State............7-5 101 NR 24. Hofstra................................... 4-8 78 NR 25. Grambling State................... 11-2 77 24 Records and previous rankings are final from 2008. 2009 Opponents in Bold Italics


Charting ISU’s Opponents Date Opponent TIME/RESULT This Week Last Week Aug. 27 Quincy L, 26-20 at Southeast Missouri State at Indiana State Sept. 5 at Louisville 7:30 p.m. vs. Indiana State Idle Sept. 12 Eastern Illinois 12:05 p.m. vs. Illinois State Idle Sept. 19 at South Dakota State 7 p.m. Idle Idle Sept. 26 Youngstown State 12:05 p.m. at Pittsburgh Idle Oct. 3 at Northern Iowa 5:05 p.m. at Iowa Idle Oct. 17 at Illinois State 3 p.m. at Eastern Illinois Idle Oct. 24 Western Illinois 3:05 p.m. at Sam Houston State Idle Oct. 31 Southern Illinois 12:05 p.m. at Marshall Idle Nov. 7 at Missouri State 2 p.m. at Arkansas Idle Nov. 14 North Dakota State 12:05 p.m. at Iowa State Idle Opponent Combined Record ***Rankings are listed as FCS Coaches Poll/The Sports Network Poll

Missouri Valley Football Standings Conference School W L Northern Iowa 0 0 Southern Illinois 0 0 South Dakota State 0 0 Western Illinois 0 0 North Dakota State 0 0 Illinois State 0 0 Missouri State 0 0 Youngstown State 0 0 Indiana State 0 0

Overall W L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

MVFC Schedule and Results

Thursday, Sept. 3 Western Illinois at Sam Houston State.................................................... 7:00 pm #3 North Dakota State at Iowa State....................................................... 8:00 pm Illinois State at Eastern Illinois................................................................ 8:00 pm Saturday, Sept. 5 Northern Iowa at Iowa.......................................................................... 12:05 pm Youngstown State at Pittsburgh.............................................................. 1:00 pm Southern Illinois at Marshall................................................................... 4:30 pm Missouri State at Arkansas...................................................................... 7:00 pm Indiana State at Louisville.........................................................7:30 pm All Times Eastern

Record Rank 1-0 NR 0-0 NR 0-0 NR 0-0 23/22 0-0 NR 0-0 4/4 0-0 NR 0-0 NR 0-0 10/11 0-0 NR 0-0 NR 1-0

Recent Trends Home......................................................................................................0-1 Away.......................................................................................................0-0 Grass.......................................................................................................0-0 Turf.........................................................................................................0-1 Leading after the first quarter...............................................................0-1 Tied after the first quarter.....................................................................0-0 Trailing after the first quarter................................................................0-0 Leading at halftime................................................................................0-1 Tied at halftime......................................................................................0-0 Trailing at halftime.................................................................................0-0 Leading after the third . ....................................................................... 0-1 Tied after the third quarter....................................................................0-0 Trailing after the third quarter...............................................................0-0 Scores first..............................................................................................0-1 Opponent scores first..............................................................................0-0 Scoring 20 or more points......................................................................0-1 Holding an opponent to 20 points or less.............................................0-0 Games decided by three points or less..................................................0-0 Games decided by 4-10 points..............................................................0-1 Games decided by 11-20 points............................................................0-0 Games decided by 21 points or more....................................................0-0 Rushing for 150 yards or more..............................................................0-0 Passing for 300 yards or more...............................................................0-0 Total 400 yards or more.........................................................................0-0 Opponent totals less than 200 yards rushing........................................0-1 Opponent totals less than 200 yards passing........................................0-1 Opponent totals less than 400 total yards.............................................0-1 Commit fewer turnovers than opponent...............................................0-0 Commit more turnovers than opponent................................................0-1 Turnovers equal......................................................................................0-0 Have fewer penalty yards than opponent.............................................0-0 Have more penalty yards than opponent..............................................0-1 Lead in time of possession.....................................................................0-1 Lead in first downs.................................................................................0-0


Trent Miles Head Coach

0-13 (2nd Year) Indiana State, 1987 Head coach Trent Miles enters his second year at the helm of the Indiana State football program in 2009. Miles was named the Sycamores’ 23rd head football coach on Dec. 4, 2007. In his inaugural season on the job, Miles had three players earn All-Missouri Valley Conference honors as Jayden Everett, Donye McCleskey and Alex Sewall all took Honorable Mention plaudits. Additionally, Sewall, Larry Carter and Ryan Roberts took MVFC All-Newcomer status. Everett recorded 102 total tackles on the season, which ranked in the nation’s top 20 and was in the top five in the MVFC. He also had a key forced fumble and recovery in the season finale against Missouri State that allowed Indiana State to comeback from down 14-0 to force overtime. Everett posted six games in which he recorded double digit tackles, including a season-high 18 stops on Homecoming versus South Dakota State.

The Miles File PERSONAL Birthdate: July 29, 1963 Birthplace: Terre Haute, Ind. Hometown: Terre Haute, Ind. Family: Wife -- Bridget Children -- Kaylee, Anna & Charlie

McCleskey posted 98 total tackles last season, including 53 total stops. In the conference opener against Illinois State, McCleskey was credited with a career-high 17 total tackles. Known as a big-play defensive threat, McCleskey recovered a fumble and returned it 47 yards for a touchdown at Youngstown State. He had four games in which he recorded at least 10 tackles, including 13 against South Dakota State, 11 in the season finale versus Missouri State, 10 at Western Illinois and the season-best 17 versus the Redbirds.

EDUCATION

Sewall was Indiana State’s top newcomer on defense with 90 total tackles, including 52 solo stops as he played in all 12 of the Sycamores’ contests this season. He notched a season-best nine tackles in five different contests: at Eastern Illinois, at Northern Illinois, South Dakota State, at North Dakota State and in the season finale versus Missouri State.

Carter played in 10 games in 2009 and recorded 34 total tackles, including one for a loss and was credited with one half of a sack. He broke up four passes this season and recovered one fumble at Southern Illinois. In the conference opener against Illinois State, Carter posted a team-high eight tackles. Roberts played in all 12 games this year, including the final six as the Sycamore quarterback after playing the first six games on the defensive side of the ball. He completed 39-of-84 passes for 294 yards, including a long of 20 yards. Roberts was strong on the ground with 107 rushes for 194 yards, plus three rushing touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, Roberts was credited with nine total tackles. He posted a season-high 59 rushing yards at Youngstown State and was 15-of-24 for 124 yards passing against South Dakota State. Running a well-rounded program is an important concept for Miles, as evidenced by a trio of Sycamores being named to the MVFC All-Academic squad. Those Sycamores making the second team were tight end Josh Jones and punter Gabe Mullane, while offensive lineman Jack Byrne was an honorable mention selection.

High School: Terre Haute South, 1982 College: Indiana State, 1987 (B.S.)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE High School: Terre Haute South, 1980-82 College: Indiana State, 1983-87

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2008-present: Indiana State (Head Coach) 2005-07: Washington (Tailbacks) 2002-04: Notre Dame (Wide Receivers) 2001: Stanford (Wide Receivers) 2000: Green Bay Packers (Offensive Assistant) 1999: Seattle Seahawks (Intern)

Jones, who holds 3.92 GPA in Exercise Science, was the Sycamores’ top pass catching tight end as he hauled in 11 passes for 83 yards, an average of 7.5 yards per catch. Jones also was credited with one rush and a pair of kickoff returns during the season.

1997-99: Fresno State (Wide Receivers)

Mullane, who has earned a 3.93 GPA in Physical Education, punted 82 times on the year for a total of 2,948 yards. He averaged 36.0 yards per kick and recorded a long punt of 66 yards. Mullane only had two touchbacks in 82 punts and forced 10 fair catches. He was able to pin the opposition inside their own 20-yard line a total of 17 times and recorded six punts of 50 yards or more.

1995: Hawaii (Wide Receivers)

Byrne, who has a 3.15 GPA in Business, played and started in all 12 games for the Sycamores at the center position. The Sycamore offense gained 1,539 yards on the ground and reached the end zone eight times. Byrne was the leader of a team which also had 881 yards through the air and reached the end zone through the air three times.

1990: Oklahoma (Graduate Assistant)

The ISU Football team is also very involved in community service, including working tirelessly across the Wabash Valley in June of 2008 helping victims of the floods in the area. The football players at ISU also are committed to teaching young children how to read and visiting with local hospitals to help children that are ill.

1996: Hawaii (Defensive Backs) 1994: Northern Illinois (Defensive Backs) 1991-93: Northern Illinois (Wide Receivers) 1988-89: New Mexico State (Graduate Assistant) 1987: Indiana State (Graduate Assistant)


Miles is a native of Terre Haute, Ind., and a 1987 graduate of Indiana State. Miles was a wide receiver at Indiana State from 1982-86, where his 1983 and 1984 squads each won nine games and advanced to the NCAA FCS playoffs. The 1984 Sycamores were ranked No. 1 in the nation for most of the season. That team was inducted into the Indiana State University Hall of Fame on Sept. 7, 2002. Prior to coming to Indiana State, Miles completed his third season as the Washington running backs coach in 2007 after having spent the previous three years on Tyrone Willingham’s staff at Notre Dame as the wide receivers coach. In 2007, Husky running back Louis Rankin rushed for 1,294 yards, becoming the first Washington player to tally a 1,000-yard rushing season since 1997.

While at Notre Dame, he mentored future NFL standouts Maurice Stovall, Rhema McKnight and Arnaz Battle, as well as Jeff Samardzija, who is now playing professional baseball in the Chicago Cubs organization. Prior to coaching at Notre Dame, Miles worked under Willingham for one year at Stanford. That season Miles had the opportunity to coach some of the nation’s finest receivers including Luke Powell (whose 22.3-yard average per catch set a school record) and Teyo Johnson (the 2001 Pacific-10 Co-Freshman of the Year and a second-round draft pick of the Oakland Raiders in 2003). Miles spent the 2000 campaign with the Green Bay Packers as an offensive assistant, working with the wide receivers and as a quality control coach. During his tenure with the Packers, he coached NFL all-pro receiver Antonio Freeman. Miles has 20 years of coaching experience on the collegiate level. He was the wide receivers coach at Fresno State for three years (1997-99), producing some of the greatest receivers in Bulldogs’ history. In 1999, two of his receivers, Rodney Wright and Charles Smith, combined to produce more than 1,600 yards and 14 touchdowns on 120 receptions. Their production helped the Bulldogs to a share of the Western Athletic Conference championship and a berth in the Las Vegas Bowl. He also recruited and coached Bernard Barien of the Minnesota Vikings. Throughout his career, Miles has coached on both sides of the ball including wide receivers, defensive backs and linebackers. Miles began his coaching career at Indiana State in 1987, tutoring the wide receivers and defensive backs as a graduate assistant. Another graduate assistant position followed at New Mexico (1988-89), where he worked with the receivers and linebackers. Miles then moved on to Oklahoma in 1990, working with the wide receivers as a graduate assistant. Following four seasons as an assistant at Northern Illinois (1991-93 as receivers coach, 1994 with defensive backs), Miles headed west to Hawaii for two seasons (1995-96), where he spent a season each with the wide receivers and defensive backs. Miles earned a bachelor’s degree in criminology from Indiana State in 1987. He was born July 29, 1963, in Terre Haute, Ind. Miles married the former Bridget Hogan on July 10, 2004. They have three daughters, Kaylee, Anna, and Charlie Elizabeth.


Depth Chart Offense QB

18 Chris Stutzriem (6-4, 240, So.)

Defense DE

14 Travis Johnson (6-1, 185, Fr.) or 10 Matt Seliger (6-0, 205, So.) TB

DT

33 Antoine Brown (5-9, 200, Jr.) or 29 Darrius Gates (5-9, 190, Jr.)

DT

39 Reece Craig (5-8, 180, So.) WR

7

Larry Lacotti (5-10, 175, Jr.)

DE

15 Ryan Roberts (6-4, 215, So.) or 12 Kyle Toney (6-1, 190, Jr.) WR

FB

1

Brock Lough (6-0, 220, So.)

73 Mike Smith (6-3, 310, So.)

17 Gabe Mullane (6-2, 180, Jr.)

96 Jordan Scott (6-0, 255, Jr.)

KO

47 Braulio Martinez (5-11, 185, So.)

90 Nate Brown (6-0, 260, Sr.)

H

17 Gabe Mullane (6-2, 180, Jr.)

54 Lawrence Young (6-3, 290, So.)

LS

36 Robbie Aldridge (5-11, 215, Fr.)

92 Ben Obaseki (6-3, 235, Fr.)

SS

36 Robbie Aldridge (5-11, 215, Fr.)

90 Nate Brown (6-0, 290, So.)

PR

1

31 Marcus Lewis (6-1, 220, So.) CB

8 Larry Carter (6-0, 185, So.)

CB

30 Andrew Blackmon (6-1, 185, Fr.) 4

Elliott Thomas (5-9, 190, Sr.)

3 Alex Sewall (6-1, 210, So.)

56 Justin Wood (6-4, 290, Fr.)

28 Jerry Calvert (5-7, 190, Sr.)

77 Ben Geffert (6-3, 285, So.)

S

2 Donye McCleskey (6-0, 225, Sr.)

67 Josh Jellison (6-5, 280, Jr.) 75 Odeh Farha (6-5, 320, So.)

39 Reece Craig (5-8, 180, So.) KR

11 Mike Woods (5-10, 185, Sr.) 29 Darrius Gates (5-9, 190, Jr.) or 33 Antoine Brown (5-9, 200, Jr.)

Coaching Staff

30 Andrew Blackmon (6-1, 185, Fr.)

S

62 Evan Borchers (6-2, 295, So.)

Bryant Kent (6-0, 155, Jr.)

WLB 42 Santino Davis (6-1, 220, Jr.)

66 Corey Bichey (6-0, 340, So.)

72 Casey Paswater (6-4, 285, Fr.) RT

P

55 C.J. Cook (6-0, 230, So.)

89 Garrick Dikos (6-3, 210, Fr.)

59 FN Lutz (6-3, 275, Fr.) RG

76 Rod Hardy (6-2, 295, So.)

MLB 99 Aaron Archie (6-0, 230, Fr.)

61 Brad Hasdorff (6-5, 280, Fr.)

C

47 Braulio Martinez (5-11, 185, So.)

SLB 34 Jacolby Washington (6-1, 235, Fr.)

84 Luke Eckimovic (6-3, 255, Fr.)

LG

PK

21 Jeramie Gray (5-9, 160, Sr.)

88 Michael Mardis (6-3, 220, Fr.) or

LT

97 Jordan Bright (6-7, 225, Fr.)

40 Josh Jenkins (6-0, 235, Jr.)

36 Robbie Aldridge (5-11, 215, Fr.) TE

45 Dan Millington (6-2, 260, Sr.)

Bryant Kent (6-0, 155, Jr.)

9

Special Teams

11 Mike Woods (5-10, 185, Sr.)

Head Coach........................................Trent Miles Linebackers/Associate HC............Mike Denbrock Offensive Coordinator/WR...............Troy Walters Defensive Coordinator/DL........Shannon Jackson Offensive Line/Recruiting............ David Poinsett Quarterbacks................................Morgan Turner Tailbacks..........................................Jesse Minter Defensive Backs............................... Luke Powell Asst. Linebackers......................... Jayden Everett Football Development....................Dennis Raetz


Numerical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown/Previous School 1 Bryant Kent WR 6-0 155 Jr.-1L Indianapolis, Ind./North Central 2 Donye McCleskey DB 6-0 225 Sr.-3L Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne 3 Alex Sewall DB 6-1 210 So. -1L Western Springs, Ill./Lyons Township 4 Elliott Thomas DB 5-9 190 Sr.-2L Laplace, La./East St. John 5 Koby Kraemer WR 5-9 165 So. -1L Terre Haute, Ind. /South Vigo 6 Julian Easterly DB 6-0 190 So. -1L Detroit, Mich./Cass Tech 7 Larry Lacotti WR 5-10 175 Jr.-TR San Jose, Calif./San Jost City College 8 Larry Carter DB 6-0 185 So.-1L Middletown, Ohio/Middletown 9 Brock Lough FB 6-0 220 So. -1L Terre Haute, Ind./South Vigo 10 Matt Seliger QB 6-0 205 So.-1L Terre Haute, Ind./North Vigo 11 Mike Woods DB 5-10 185 Sr.-3L Fort Wayne, Ind./Northrop 12 Kyle Toney WR 6-1 190 Jr.-1L Terre Haute, Ind./South Vigo 14 Travis Johnson QB 6-1 185 Fr. -RS Marshall, Ill./Marshall 15 Ryan Roberts WR 6-4 215 So. -1L West York, Ill./Hutsonville 16 Marcus Etnier QB 6-0 190 Fr.-HS Bloomington, Ind./South 17 Gabe Mullane P 6-2 180 Jr.-1L Massalin, Ohio/Louisville 18 Chris Stutzriem QB 6-4 240 So.-TR Lawton, Okla./Wyoming 19 Matt King WR 6-1 190 Fr.-HS Rockville, Ind./Rockville 20 Dillon Painter DB 6-2 205 Fr.-HS Fort Wayne, Ind./Snider 21 Jeramie Gray WR 5-9 160 Sr.-1L Jeffersonville, Ind./Jeffersonville 22 Darien Donald WR 5-11 175 Fr.-HS Cahokia, Ill./Cahokia 23 Bryan Stefanik RB 5-10 205 Fr.-HS Beaver Falls, Pa./Blackhawk 24 Leonard Riston WR 5-11 180 Fr.-HS Cincinnati, Ohio/Withrow 25 John Hickerson DB 5-10 175 Jr.-SQ Jeffersonville, Ind./Jeffersonville 26 Cory Phillips QB 6-1 195 Fr.-HS Hammond, Ind./Morton 27 Luke Harris RB 5-11 210 Fr.-HS Whiteland, Ind./Whiteland 28 Jerry Calvert DB 5-7 190 Sr.-1L Indianapolis, Ind./Pike 29 Darrius Gates RB 5-9 190 Jr.-2L Country Club Hills, Ill./Hillcrest 30 Andrew Blackmon DB 6-1 185 Fr.-HS Monroeville, Pa./Gateway 31 Marcus Lewis LB 6-1 220 So. -1L Cincinnati, Ohio/Indian Hills 32 Kenny Smith RB 5-10 175 Jr.-SQ Merrillville, Ind./Merrillville 33 Antoine Brown RB 5-9 200 Jr.-1L Portage, Ind./Kentucky 34 Jacolby Washington LB 6-1 235 Fr.-HS Deltona, Fla./Trinity Christian 35 Alex Jones TE 6-3 235 So. -1L Centerville, Ind. /Centerville 36 Robbie Aldridge FB 5-11 215 Fr.-HS Trussville, Ala./Hewitt Trussville 37 Tyler Williams RB 5-10 230 So.-1L Oxford, Ohio/Talawanda 38 Jameel High DB 5-10 185 Fr.-HS Kankakee, Ill./Bishop McNamara 39 Reece Craig RB 5-8 180 So. -1L Bedford, Ind./North Lawrence 40 Josh Jenkins LB 6-0 235 Jr.-SQ Greenwood, Ind./Roncalli 41 CJ Ullysse DB 5-10 180 Fr.-HS Miami, Fla./Cypress Bay 42 Santino Davis LB 6-1 220 Jr.-TR Gulfport, Miss./Gulf Coast CC 43 LaVon Carter DB 5-9 191 So-SQ Jeffersonville, Ind./DuPont Manual 44 Larry King DB 6-2 205 Fr.-HS South Bend, Ind./Riley

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown/Previous School 45 Daniel Millington DE 6-2 260 Sr.-3L Terre Haute, Ind./North Vigo 46 Dustin White RB 5-9 205 Fr.-HS South Bend, Ind./St. Joe 47 Braulio Martinez K 5-11 185 So-1L Frankfort, Ind./Frankfort 48 Austen Wozniak DE 6-2 235 Fr.-HS Houston, Texas/Hargrave Military 49 Alex Bettag LB 5-11 210 So.-1L Santa Claus, Ind./Heritage Hills 53 Nick Williams DL 6-4 275 Fr.-RS St. John, Ind./Lake Central 54 Lawrence Young DL 6-3 290 So. -1L Detroit, Mich./Renaissance 55 C.J Cook LB 6-0 230 So. -1L Columbus, Ind./North 56 Justin Wood OL 6-4 290 Fr. -RS Greenwood, Ind./Center Grove 57 Brandon Foster LB 6-0 200 Fr.-HS Haubstadt, Ind./Gibson Southern 58 Aaron Edwards LB 6-0 250 So.-SQ Terre Haute, Ind./North Vigo 59 FN Lutz OL 6-3 275 Fr.-HS West Lafayette, Ind./Harrison 61 Brad Hasdorff OL 6-5 280 Fr.-HS Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain 62 Evan Borchers OL 6-2 295 So. -1L Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain 63 Taylor Brothwell OL 6-3 280 Fr.-HS Santa Claus, Ind./Heritage Hills 65 Tyler Howard OL 6-0 200 So.-SQ Marshall, Ill./Marshall 66 Corey Bichey OL 6-0 340 So. -1L Ambridge, Pa./Ambridge 67 Josh Jellison OL 6-5 280 Jr.-2L Plainfield, Ind./Plainfield 71 Matt Duke OL 6-5 315 Jr.-!L Jacksonville, Fla./Arizona Western 72 Casey Paswater OL 6-4 285 Fr. -RS Columbus, Ind./North 73 Mike Smith OL 6-3 310 So. -1L Mishawaka, Ind./Penn 74 Pat Burke OL 6-3 320 Sr.-3L Niles, Ill./Maine South 75 Odeh Farha OL 6-5 320 So.-SQ Ann Arbor, Mich./Fork Union 76 Rod Hardy DL 6-2 295 So. -1L Indianapolis, Ind. /Pike 77 Ben Geffert OL 6-3 285 So.-1L Griffith, Ind./Griffith 79 Milton Redwine DL 6-3 245 Jr.-1L Mishawaka, Ind./Penn 80 Tanner Riley WR 5-10 175 Fr.-HS Greenwood, Ind./Center Grove 82 Davyn Wright WR 5-9 191 Fr.-HS Fort Wayne, Ind./Elmhurst 83 Tyler Ricker WR 6-3 180 Fr.-HS Poseyville, Ind./North Posey 84 Luke Ecimovic TE 6-3 255 Fr.-HS Ambridge, Pa./Ambridge 85 Jeremy Turner WR 6-1 200 Fr.-HS Indianapolis, Ind./Pike 86 Julian Bogan WR 6-0 170 Fr.-HS Kankakee, Ill./Kankakee 87 Bill McGrath TE 6-5 280 Sr.-2L Saskatchewan, Canada/Temple 88 Michael Mardis TE 6-3 220 Fr.-HS Terre Haute, Ind./South Vigo 89 Garrick Dikos TE 6-3 210 Fr.-HS Mishawaka, Ind./Penn 90 Nate Brown DE 6-0 260 Sr.-1L Ypsilanti, Mich./Willow Run 92 Ben Obaseki DE 6-3 235 Fr.-HS Washington, Ind./Washington 93 Wade Bush K 6-0 190 Fr.-HS Terre Haute, Ind./North Vigo 96 Jordan Scott DL 6-0 255 Jr.-TR Fontana, Calif./Citrus C.C. 97 Jordan Bright DE 6-7 225 Fr. -HS Cincinnati, Ohio/Wyoming 99 Aaron Archie LB 6-0 230 Fr. -RS Detroit, Mich./Cass Tech


The Last Time It Happened... The Last Time Indiana State... SHUT OUT AN OPPONENT: vs. Mars Hill, 48-0 (1996) WAS SHUT OUT: vs. Northern Iowa, 0-28 (2008) SCORED 50-59 POINTS: vs. Southern Illinois, 52-3 (1995) ALLOWED 50-59 POINTS: 56, vs. Western Illinois, 0-56 (2008) SCORED 60-69 POINTS: 66, vs. Southern Illinois, 66-44 (1999) ALLOWED 60-69 POINTS: 60, vs. Southern Illinois, 7-60 (2008) SCORED MORE THAN 70: 72, vs. Vincennes (1925) ALLOWED MORE THAN 70: 72, vs. Southern Illinois, 72-10 (2007) SCORED A SAFETY: vs. South Dakota State (2008) ALLOWED A SAFETY: Illinois State (2008) KICKOFF RETURN FOR TD: Cornell Johnson, 97 yds vs. Western Illinois (2005) ALLOWED KICKOFF TD: Nick Turner, at Murray State, 91 yds (2005) PUNT RETURN FOR TD: Larry Scally, 86 yds vs. St. Joseph’s (1996)

ALLOWED FUMBLE RETURN TD: Ken West, 11 yds at Northern Illinois (2006) HAD A PLAYER W/ 300 YARDS PASSING: 353, Blayne Baggett vs. Western Illinois (2005) PLAYER COMPLETE 30+ PASSES: 32, Blayne Baggett at Missouri State (2005) PLAYER COMPLETE 40+ PASSES: 42, Blayne Baggett vs. Western Illinois (2005) PLAYER RUSH FOR 100+ YDS: 102, Darrius Gates, vs. Quincy (2009) PLAYER RUSH FOR 200+ YDS: 237, Darrius Gates, vs. Missouri State (2008) PLAYER RUSH FOR 250+ YDS: 253, Derrick Franklin vs. Murray State (1990) HAD TWO PLAYERS RUSH FOR 100+ YDS: Sidney Montfort & Jake Shields vs. UTMartin (2004) ONE PLAYER WITH 30+ RUSHES: 31, Tony West vs. Murray State (2006) HAD PLAYER WITH 100+ RECEIVING YDS: 130, Carl Berman at Western Illinois (2006) HAD PLAYER WITH 150+ RECEIVING YDS: 194, Sam Logan at Missouri State (2005)

ALLOWED PUNT RETURN TD: Eric Davis, 55 yds vs. Missouri State (2006)

HAD PLAYER WITH 200+ RECEIVING YDS: 253, Chris Johnson vs. Illinois State (1986)

INTERCEPTION RETURN TD: Bryan Jackson, 100 yards at Eastern Illinois (2006)

HAD PLAYER WITH 300+ RECEIVING YDS: 319, Bill Griffith vs. Evansville (1955)

ALLOWED INT RETURN TD: Larry Luster, 14 yds vs. Western Illinois (2007)

HAD PLAYER WITH 10+ PASS RECEPTIONS: 11, Carl Berman vs. Western Illinois (2005)

FUMBLE RETURN FOR TD: Donye McCleskey, 47 yds vs. Youngstown State (2008)

HAD PLAYER WITH 400 YDS TOTAL OFFENSE: 416, Blayne Baggett at Missouri State (2005)

HAD PLAYER SCORE 4 TDS IN GAME Steve Brandenberg vs. Ball State (1961)

The Last Time An Opponent...

HAD PLAYER PASS FOR 5 TDS: Jeff Miller vs. Ball State (1985)

HAD 300+ YDS PASSING: 340, Steve LaFalce vs. Western Illinois (2005)

HAD PLAYER PASS FOR 4 TDs: Blayne Baggett vs. Western Illinois (2005) HAD PLAYER RUSH FOR 3 TDs: Sidney Montfort vs. Murray State (2004)

HAD 300+ YDS RUSHING: 328, Herb Donaldson vs. Western Illinois (2006)

HAD PLAYER CATCH 3 TD PASSES: James Braden at Missouri State (2001)

HAD 150+ YDS RUSHING: 176, Terrence Blevins at Eastern Michigan (2008)

HAD PLAYER KICK 4 FIELD GOALS: Kyle Hooper at Eastern Illinois (2004)

HAD 150+ YDS RECIEVING: 153, James Hardy, at Indiana (2007)

HAD A PLAYER WITH 3 INT: John Allman vs. Illinois State (1979)

RUSHED FOR 5 TDs: 5, Gerald Davis, at Missouri State (2007)

BLOCKED A FIELD GOAL: Ryan Mosley, vs. Illinois State (2004)

RUSHED FOR 6 TDs: 6, Herb Donaldson, at Western Illinois (2006)

BLOCKED A FIELD GOAL FOR A TD: Never BLOCKED PUNT FOR TD: Donye McCleskey at Purdue (2006) BLOCKED PAT RETURN: Larry Carter vs. South Dakota (2008) DIDN’T PUNT: vs. Lock Haven (1992) ALLOWED BLOCKED PAT FOR CONVERSION: at Kansas State (1991) POSTED 500 RUSH YDS: 1975 vs. Dayton POSTED 350 PASS YDS: 2005 at Missouri State GAINED 650+ YDS TOTAL: 675, at Dayton (1975) 15 OR MORE PENALITIES: 17, vs. Illinois State (1994) 100+ PLAYS: 100, vs. Central Florida (1984) SCORED 9 TDS: 9, vs. W.V. Tech (1994)


The Quincy Game Recap TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Indiana State fell to Quincy by the score of 26-20 in overtime on Thursday night in the season opener for both teams in front of 7,216 fans at Memorial Stadium. The Sycamores opened the game with a barrage, taking a 17-0 lead out of the gate. ISU sophomore kicker Braulio Martinez hit a 40-yard field goal to take a 3-0 lead with 7:44 left in the first quarter. Martinez’s kick capped a 10-play, 52-yard drive that took 4:59 off the clock. The lead grew on a five-yard pass to sophomore Ryan Roberts from Stutzriem for a 10-0 advantage with 5:50 left in the opening stanza. The four-play, nine-yard scoring drive was set up by a Sam Donatucci fumble which was forced by Nate Brown and recovered by Aaron Archie. Indiana State’s lead ballooned to 17-0 on the biggest play of the game when tailback Darrius Gates hit Bryant Kent on a 75-yard scoring strike with 1:01 left in the first period, a play which was a perfectly executed tailback pass. The Sycamores’ 17-0 advantage was its largest since a 28-7 lead over Illinois State on October 2, 2004. Quincy cut the Sycamore lead down to 17-3 with a 22-yard field goal by Alex Beard with 11:12 to go in the second quarter. The lead went down to 17-6 on a 30-yard field goal by Beard with 10:12 to go in the third quarter, the

Game One

period’s only score. That set up a wild fourth quarter in which Tyler Truttmann caught a 12-yard pass from Donatucci and then Donatucci found Chris Jenkins in the end zone for the two-point conversion to make it 17-14 with 14:09 to go.

Quincy 26 Indiana State 20 August 27, 2009 — Terre Haute, Ind. Score By Quarter Quincy Indiana State

1 0 17

2 3 0

3 3 0

4 14 3

OT 6 0

Final 26 20

INS: Martinez 40 yard field goal, 7:44 – 1st INS: Roberts 5 yard pass from Stutzriem (Martinez kick), 5:50 – 1st INS: Kent 75 yard pass from Gates (Martinez kick), 1:01 – 1st QU: Beard 22 yard field goal, 11:12 – 2nd QU: Beard 30 yard field goal, 10:12 – 3rd QU: Truttmann 12 yard pass from Donatucci (Jenkins pass from Donatucci), 14:09 – 4th INS: Martinez 27 yard field goal, 8:35 – 4th QU: Donatucci 1 yard run (Beard kick failed), 00:43 – 4th QU: Donatucci 1 yard run, 15:00 – OT

A — 7,216 86 degrees, Sunny Team Stats First Downs Rushes-Yardage Passing Yardage Passes-Comp-Int. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yardage Punts-Avg. 3rd Down Conv. Time of Possession

Quincy 17 38-129 147 36-15-0 2-1 4-25 9-40.4 5-17 27:49

Indiana State 13 47-122 135 20-10-1 2-2 9-84 9-35.8 4-15 32:11

Individual Leaders Rushing: QU — Williams 9-59, Jacoby 6-48, Dry 10-15. INS — Gates 11-102, Brown 22-45, Roberts 4-13. Passing: QU — Donatucci 12-27-0, 111, 1 TD; Jacoby 2-6-0, 31. INS — Stutzriem 9-18-1, 60, 1 TD; Gates 1-1-0, 75, 1 TD. Receiving: QU — Harris 4-43; Truttman 4-38, 1 TD; Volstad 3-40. INS — Roberts 3-18, 1 TD; Lough 2-14; Gates 2-6; Kent 1-75, 1 TD.

The Sycamores answered back with a 27-yard Martinez field goal to make it 20-14 with 8:35 to go in regulation. Martinez connected on a pair of field goals against Quincy -- the first time in his career he has made more than field goal in a single game. Donatucci knotted the score with 43 seconds left at 20 with a one-yard plunge into the end zone. Beard’s kick failed after Quincy was flagged for a false start and had to make its attempt from the eight-yard line instead of the three. Quincy won the toss to begin overtime and elected to play defense. The Hawks held as the Sycamores lost the ball on a botched shotgun snap back to Stutzriem. Quincy marched down to the one-yard line and the Sycamore defense held on first and goal, but on second and goal, Donatucci plunged in from a yard out to earn the 26-20 overtime victory. Gates paced Indiana State with 102 yards on the ground while Stutzriem was 9-of-18 for 60 yards with an interception. Gates was the team’s leading passer with 75 yards in the air on the trick play in the first quarter. Ryan Roberts caught a team-high three passes for 18 yards while Kent paced the team with his 75-yard scoring catch from Gates. Defensively, Donye McCleskey and Aaron Archie each had 10 tackles on the night while Archie added a tackle for loss, a pass breakup and a fumble recovery. Nate Brown paced ISU with three tackles for loss and forced a fumble. Lawrence Young recorded the team’s only sack while ISU combined for nine tackles for losses in the game.


2009 Game-by-Game Statistics Game-by-Game Rushing QU Player Att.-Yds./TD Gates, D. 11-102/0 Brown, A. 22-45/0 Roberts, R. 4-13/0 Seliger, M. 1-8/0 Lough, B. 1-2/0 Stutzriem, C. 8-(-48)/0

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Game-by-Game Passing (Att-Comp-TD-INT-Yards) Player Stutzriem, C. Gates, D. Seliger, M.

QU 18-9-1-1-60 1-1-1-0-75 1-0-0-0-0

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Field Goals (Made field goals in bold/Missed field goals in italics) Player Martinez, B.

QU 40, 28, 27, 43

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Player Roberts, R. Lough, B. Gates, D. Kent, B. Dikos, G. Gray, J.

QU Rec.-Yds./TD 3-18/1 2-14/0 2-6/0 1-75/1 1-17/0 1-5/0

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Game-by-Game Returns Punt Returns QU Player Att.-Yds.-TD Kent, B. 3-30-0 Woods, M. 2-51-0

Kickoff Returns QU Player Att.-Yds.-TD Woods, M. 2-59-0 Gates, D. 1-13-0

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Opponent WR LT LG C RG RT TB Quincy R. Roberts M. Smith C. Bichey B. Geffert E. Borchers J. Jellison A. Brown at Louisville Eastern Illinois at South Dakota State Youngstown State at Northern Iowa at Illinois State Western Illinois Southern Illinois at Missouri State North Dakota State

TE G. Dikos

QB C. Stutzriem

FB B. Lough

WR B. Kent


2009 Game-by-Game Statistics Defense

Opponent Quincy at Louisville Eastern Illinois at South Dakota State Youngstown State at Northern Iowa at Illinois State Western Illinois Southern Illinois at Missouri State North Dakota State

DE D. Millington

DT R. Hardy

DT N. Brown

Game-by-Game Defensive Tackles QU Player Solo-Ast McCleskey, D. 5-5 Archie, A. 4-6 Sewall, A. 4-5 Brown, N. 4-3 Davis, S. 2-5 Thomas, E. 3-3 Blackmon, A. 3-2 Obaseki, B. 2-3 Carter, L. 0-4 Wozniak, A. 1-2 Redwine, M. 2-0 Millington, D. 1-1 Bettag, A. 0-2 Washington, J. 1-0 Young, L. 1-0 Calvert, J. 1-0 Kent, B. 1-0 Scott, J. 1-0 Easterly, J. 1-0 Woods, M. 0-1 Hardy, R. 0-1 Roberts, R. 0-1

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DT SLB B. Obaseki J. Washington

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MLB A. Archie

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WLB S. Davis

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CB L. Carter

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CB J. Easterly

MSU Solo-Ast

S A. Sewall

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S D. McCleskey


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