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2009 INDIANA STATE FOOTBALL

Game 10: INDIANA STATE (1-8, 1-5) at MISSOURI STATE (5-4, 3-3) Saturday, Nov. 7, 2009 • Springfield, Mo. • Plaster Field • 2 p.m. ET • Radio: ESPN 1130/1300 AM

Setting The Stage

Sycamore Gameday Stadium: Plaster Field (16,300) Sycamores’ Radio Flagship: ESPN Radio 1130/1300 AM Brian Fritz, Vaso Michels Live Stats: GoSycamores.com Series Information: Series Record: Indiana State trails 8-15 Last Meeting: MSU 27, ISU 24 OT (11/22/2008) Last Meeting in Springfield: MSU 63, ISU 7 (10/27/2007) Last ISU Win: INS 28, MSU 22 in Terre Haute (10/21/2006) Current Series Streak: Missouri State has won two games.

What’s Inside General Notes Indiana State and Missouri State Schedules Media Services/Game Notes Game Notes/National Polls Game Notes/Missouri State Series Information MVFC Standings Tracking the 2009 Opponents Tale of the Tape Head Coach Trent Miles Sycamore Depth Chart Numerical Roster The Last Time It Happened Gameday Recaps Game-By-Game Statistics Overall Statistics

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Indiana State continues year two of the Trent Miles Era on Saturday, Nov. 7, as the Sycamores travel to Missouri State. Saturday’s game is set for a 2:05 p.m. (ET) kickoff at Plaster Field (16,300) in Springfield, Mo. The game will also be carried live on ESPN Radio (1130 and 1300 AM), with Brian Fritz and Vaso Michels calling the action for the Nelligan Sports Radio Network. Action can be heard live worldwide on ESPNSportsRadio.com, and live stats are available at GoSycamores.com. The game is also available on a pay-per-view basis on MissouriStateBears.com.

INDIANA STATE SYCAMORES

MISSOURI STATE BEARS

Head Coach: Trent Miles (Indiana State, 1987) Record at Indiana State: 1-19 (2nd Year) Overall Record: Same

Head Coach: Terry Allen (Northern Iowa, 1979) Record at Missouri State: 17-25 (4th Year) Overall Record: 112-84 (17th Year)

SID: Ace Hunt E-mail: ace.hunt@indstate.edu Office: (812) 237-4161 Cell: (812) 243-5568

SID: Rick Kindhart E-mail: rkindhart@missouristate.edu Office: (417) 836-5402 Cell: (573) 239-8439

Date........Opponent.....................Time/Result Aug. 27.......Quincy.........................................L, 26-20 Sept. 5........at Louisville.................................L, 10-30 Sept. 12......Eastern Illinois...............................L, 0-31 Sept. 19......at South Dakota State*..................L, 0-41 Sept. 26......Youngstown State*........................L, 0-28 Oct. 3.........at Northern Iowa*.........................L, 7-62 Oct. 17.......at Illinois State*...........................L, 21-38 Oct. 24.......Western Illinois*........................ W, 17-14 Oct. 31.......Southern Illinois*........................ W, 33-0 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/Result Sept. 5........at Arkansas..................................L, 10-48 Sept. 12......UT-Martin.................................. W, 24-14 Sept. 19......Murray State.............................. W, 35-10 Sept. 26......Northern Iowa...............................L, 7-35 Oct. 3.........at Youngstown State.................... W, 17-7 Oct. 10.......South Dakota State......................L, 17-24 Oct. 17.......at Western Illinois...................... W, 17-16 Oct. 24.......at North Dakota State................ W, 21-17 Oct. 31.......Illinois State.................................L, 14-24 Nov. 7...... Indiana State...........................2 p.m. Nov. 14.......at Southern Illinois.........................3 p.m. * Missouri Valley Football Conference Game • All Times Eastern

Assistant SID: Bonnie Ryan E-mail: bonnie.ryan@indstate.edu Office: (812) 237-4159 Cell: (402) 679-2912 GoSycamores.com

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Media Services

GoSycamores.com 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 1-20 into Saturday’s game. 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 is 0-1 against the Bears and 1-13 against members of the Missouri Valley Football Conference. Miles earned his first career collegiate coaching victory on Oct. 24 with a 17-14 victory over Western Illinois. The Missouri State Head Coach Missouri State is led by fourth-year head coach Terry Allen, who is 17-25 at the Springfield, Mo., school. He is in his 16th season as a collegiate head coach, and has amassed a 112-84 record at Northern Iowa, Kanasas and Missouri State. He is 9-2 against Indiana State, including a mark of 2-1 against the Sycamores while serving as the head coach at Missouri State. Scouting Missouri State Missouri State is a member of the NCAA FCS Subdivision and competes in the MVFC. The Bears are 5-4 on the season, including a mark of 3-3 in the MVFC. The Bears are led by quarterback Cody Kirby, who threw two TD passes against Illinois State last week, giving him 36 for his career and tying Mitch Ware (1976-79) and Jeremy Hoog (1994-97) for the all-time MSU lead. Kirby threw for 248 yards in the game, marking his 13th career 200-yard output and fifth this season. Kirby also extended his streak to seven consecutive games with a TD pass and matched a career best with no interceptions for the second straight contest. 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 339-463-22 and is competing for the 24th 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. ISU enjoyed its closest game against a member of the NCAA Division I FBS Subdivision since 2003 with a 3010 loss at Louisville. Santino Davis recorded a pair of interceptions in falling to the BIG EAST opponent. The Sycamores were shut out in their third contest of the season against Eastern Illinois by a 31-0 count. It marked the first time ISU was shut out by the Panthers since 1962 and their 95 yards of total offense was the Sycamores’ lowest total since the 2003 campaign. Indiana State battled tough at No. 18 South Dakota State in the first half, but it wasn’t enough, as the Jackrabbits took it to the Sycamores late in the second quarter en route to a 41-0 win over ISU. ISU trailed just 3-0 in the waning moments of the first half, but a blocked punt and a touchdown with less than a minute remaining helped SDSU to the game’s momentum and the eventual victory. Senior Donye McCleskey recorded a season-best 15 tackles in defeat, plus his first interception of the season. ISU was shutout in back-to-back games for the first time since the 1999 season. The Sycamores were shutout for the third consecutive game, falling 28-0 to Youngstown State. The Penguins owned just a 7-0 lead in the fourth quarter as the Sycamores held YSU without a score for nine consecutive possessions and did not allow a first down to Youngstown in third stanza. Indiana State went over the 100-yard mark in total offense, but were not able to reach pay dirt, falling to 0-2 in league play. Indiana State defensive tackle turned fullback Rod Hardy got the Sycamores on the board in the third quarter of the Northern Iowa contest to break a 17-quarter streak without scoring a touchdown. The Sycamores fell to No. 3 nationally-ranked Panthers on Oct. 3 by the score of 62-7. ISU put on its best offensive performance of the season on the road against Illinois State as it scored a season-high 21 points versus the Redbirds, but the Sycamores fell 38-21. Ryan Roberts found the end zone twice for Indiana State and the Sycamores rolled up 354 yards of total offense, including a 37-yard scoring pass from Roberts to Bryant Kent in the final two minutes of the game. Antoine Brown recorded 102 yards on the ground to become just the Sycamores’ second rusher to top the century mark this season. 2009 Indiana State Football • Weekly Release • Page 2


An Indiana State Win Over Missouri State Would...

• Give Indiana State its first victory over Missouri State since the 2006 season when ISU secured a 28-22 Homecoming victory over the Bears. • Be Indiana State’s first road victory over Missouri State since a 25-19 victory over the Bears in 2001. • Give Indiana State multiple victories in the Missouri Valley Football Conference since downing Northern Iowa and Southern Illinois in 2002. • Be the Sycamores’ first MVC road victory since a 21-14 victory at Southern Illinois in 2002. Indiana State then ended the nation’s longest losing streak with a 17-14 victory over Western Illinois. ISU had dropped each of its previous 33 games prior to a Homecoming victory against the Fighting Leathernecks. The Sycamores’ last victory prior to Saturday’s was against Missouri State in 2006. ISU improved to a perfect 6-0 all-time against WIU when playing on Homecoming at Memorial Stadium. The Sycamores fell to the No.3 nationally-ranked Southern Illinois last week by the score of 33-0. Indiana State mustered just 90 yards of total offense against SIU. Sycamores Have Three Of Top Six Tacklers In The League Indiana State redshirt freshman linebacker Aaron Archie ranks third in the MVFC with a 10.1 tackles per game average, which leads the Sycamores and is ranked 23rd nationally. He heads up a group of three Sycamore defensive starters who rank in the top six league-wide for tackles per game and are in the top 64 nationally. Behind Archie is Donye McCleskey, who averages 8.8 stops per contest and is fifth in the league and 48th in the country. Alex Sewall is sixth with an 8.4 tackles per game average, which ties for 64th in all of FCS football. Twice (In One Year) Would Be Nice! Indiana State won its first MVFC contest of the season on Oct. 24 in a 17-14 Homecoming victory over Western Illinois. The Sycamores travel to Missouri State this week and conclude the season on Nov. 14 against North Dakota State. If the Sycamores earn a victory in either of those contests, ISU will finish the season with multiple wins for the first time since the 2004 campaign and with multiple league victories for the first time since 2002. Ryan Roberts Named MVFC Offensive Player of the Week Sophomore quarterback Ryan Roberts was named the MVFC’s Offensive Player Of The Week following his superb showing in the victory over Western Illinois. Roberts rushed for 160 yards on the day -- the fourthmost in program history for a quarterback -- and recorded a school-record 91-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Additionally, Roberts scored in the final five minutes of the victory from four yards out to secure the win. He was the first Sycamore since Jake Shields in to score multiple touchdowns in consecutive weeks, as he also had a pair of rushing touchdowns at Illinois State on Oct. 17. Below is a list of the top five single-game rushing totals by a quarterback. 207, Julian Reese, INS vs. Illinois St., 11/03/01 170, Sheaton Fox, INS vs. Murray State, 11/21/98 162, Sheraton Fox, INS vs. Missouri State, 11/20/99 160, Ryan Roberts, INS vs. Western Illinois, 10/24/09 140, Sheraton Fox, INS vs. Southern Illinois, 10/24/98 Roberts’ Rules of Order Ryan Roberts had 160 yards and two touchdowns against Western Illinois. The 160 rushing yards are the fourth-most in program history for an ISU quarterback, behind recordholder Julian Reese (207 in 2001). The 160-yard game is the third-best in the past 10 seasons for an MVFC QB (13 have rushed for 100+ yards since 2000). Here are the eight rushing performances by a league QB since the 2000 campaign. 245, Donte Pimpleton, WKU vs. Illinois St., 11/3/01 207, Julian Reese, INS vs. Illinois State, 11/10/01 160, Ryan Roberts, INS vs. W. Illinois, 10/24/09 152, Matt Rycraft, YSU vs. W. Illinois, 10/11/03 150, Jason Johnson, WKU vs. W. Illinois, 8/30/01 129, Joel Sambursky, SIU vs. E. Michigan, 9/28/02 125, Jeff Ryan, YSU vs. Hofstra, 11/4/000 115, Julian Reese, INS vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/21/02

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National Polls The Sports Network -- Top 25 (Nov. 2, 2009 -- Week 8)

Team..............................Record Points LW 1. Richmond (122)....................... 8-0 3,481 1 2. Montana (9)............................. 8-0 3,299 2 3. Southern Illinois (7).............7-1 3,218 3 4. Villanova (1)............................. 7-1 3,039 4 5. William & Mary........................ 7-1 2,834 5 6. Elon.......................................... 7-1 2,783 6 7. Appalachian State (1)............... 6-2 2,677 7 8. New Hampshire........................ 7-1 2,508 8 9. South Dakota State.............7-1 2,428 9 10. South Carolina State............... 7-1 2,224 10 11. Northern Iowa..................5-3 1,968 12 12. McNeese State........................ 6-2 1,967 13 13. Holy Cross............................... 7-1 1,571 17 14. Eastern Illinois..................7-2 1,388 20 15. Stephen F. Austin.................... 6-2 1,248 11 16. Liberty.................................... 6-2 1,117 23 17. Jacksonville State................... 5-3 1,091 22 18. Colgate................................... 8-1 975 24 19. Weber State............................ 5-4 917 14 20. Central Arkansas..................... 5-3 723 15 21. Eastern Washington............... 6-3 634 NR 22. Prairie View............................ 5-1 612 25 23. Delaware................................ 5-3 506 16 24. Florida A&M........................... 6-2 489 NR 25. Lafayette................................ 7-1 379 NR

FCS Coaches Poll -- Top 25 (Nov. 2, 2009 -- Week 8)

Team..............................Record Points LW 1. Richmond (28)......................... 8-0 700 1 2. Montana.................................. 8-0 667 2 3. Southern Illinois.................7-1 646 3 4. Villanova.................................. 7-1 614 4 5. William & Mary........................ 7-1 580 5 6. Elon.......................................... 7-1 552 6 7. New Hampshire........................ 7-1 510 7 8. Appalachian State.................... 6-2 508 8 9. South Dakota State.............7-1 475 9 10. South Carolina State............... 7-1 453 10 11. McNeese State........................ 6-2 419 11 12. Northern Iowa..................5-3 374 14 13. Eastern Illinois..................7-2 323 19 14. Holy Cross............................... 7-1 317 17 15. Jacksonville State................... 5-3 273 20 16. Eastern Washington............... 6-3 225 21 17. Liberty.................................... 6-2 201 24 18. Stephen F. Austin.................... 6-2 200 15 19. Central Arkansas..................... 5-3 181 12 20. Colgate................................... 8-1 161 25 21. Weber State............................ 5-4 149 13 22. Prairie View A&M................... 5-1 116 25 23. Florida A&M........................... 6-2 81 NR 24. Lafayette................................ 7-1 74 NR 25. Delaware................................ 5-3 71 18 2009 Opponents in Bold Italics


Series History with MSU Series tied 8-15 Home: 6-6 • Away: 2-9 • Neutral: 0-0

Year/Date.... W/L/T.. Score..... Home/Away 09/13/86........W...........14-10.........................H 10/03/87........L.............0-42...........................A 10/08/88........W...........27-24.........................H 09/09/89........L.............10-31.........................A 09/15/90........L.............26-33.........................H 10/19/91........L.............19-68.........................A 11/11/92........W...........31-28.........................H 09/25/93........L.............21-31.........................A 10/22/94........L.............7-10...........................H 10/07/95........W...........16-9...........................A 11/16/96........L.............12-27.........................H 10/11/97........L.............7-22...........................A 10/17/98........W...........24-14.........................H 11/20/99........L.............14-31.........................A 10/07/00........L.............7-24...........................H 10/20/01........W...........25-19.........................A 10/12/02........W...........23-20.........................H 11/01/03........L.............10-45.........................A 10/16/04........L.............28-31.........................H 10/29/05........L.............27-31.........................A 10/21/06........W...........28-22.........................H 10/27/07........L.............7-63...........................A 11/22/08........L.............24-27(OT)..................H

Trey Interceptions The Sycamores recorded three interceptions against Western Illinois, including the first in the young careers of Andrew Blackmon and CJ Cook. Donye McCleskey also added in a pick as well, as the Sycamore defense stood tall in the 17-14 victory over Western Illinois. Indiana State had just four interceptions on the season prior to Saturday’s three picks against the Fighting Leathernecks, including the game clincher by Blackmon as time expired. They Don’t Call It A Streak … Now The Sycamores ended the nation’s longest losing streak with a 17-14 victory over Western Illinois. ISU had dropped each of its previous 33 games prior to its Homecoming victory against the Fighting Leathernecks. The Sycamores last victory prior to Saturday’s was in a Homecoming contest against Missouri State in 2006. ISU improved to a perfect 6-0 all-time against Western Illinois when playing on Homecoming at Memorial Stadium. The 33-game skid was the fourth-longest in college football history behind Prairie View (80 games), Columbia (54) and Northwestern (34) and was the third all-time in FCS football. We Are Mostly...Young Of the 84 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 19 studentathletes have seen their first collegiate action this season, including 18 true or redshirt freshmen. We Are Mostly...Young (PART 2) In research conducted nationally, it was determined that Indiana State has played 13 true freshmen this season, which is the second most in the nation behind Northwestern State. Included in that number is a nation-leading nine true freshmen who have started at least one contest during 2009. Facing the Nation’s Best The Sycamores are 8-69 all-time against FCS nationally-ranked opponents, including a mark of 6-50 against league members that are nationally ranked. Sycamores Against the MFVC Indiana State is in its 24th season as a member of the MVFC. ISU’s first season as a league member came in 1986 when it went 1-5 through a six-game league schedule. The Sycamores are 40-111 in MVFC contests and had lost each of their last 21 league matchups before downing Western Illinois earlier this season. Return To Sender Indiana State has been solid in special teams, as the punt return squad ranks 41st nationally with an 9.0 yards-per-return average. That mark is good enough for fourth in the MVFC. Individually, Darrius Gates averages 28.23 yards per kickoff return which is tops in the league and fifth-best nationally. As a team, the Sycamores average 20.49 yards per kick return, which is 51st nationally and in a league which boasts some of the best special teams in all of the FCS Subdivision, is fourth in the MVFC. BARRELLING IN ISU debuted a new jumbo package against No. 3 Northern Iowa in the Sycamores’ last game before the open week, and the benefactor was Rod Hardy, who has started every game this season at defensive tackle. Hardy, who recovered a UNI fumble to give the Sycamores a short field offensively, plunged into the end zone to give ISU its first offensive points since the second game of the season at Louisville. Hardy was the first ISU player since 2005 to score an offensive touchdown despite starting the game on defense, as Andy Jones scored on a pass reception that season against Western Kentucky in a game in which he also started at linebacker. Few Seniors Indiana State has just 10 players on its roster who are seniors. Of those, Mike Woods and Elliott Thomas are fifth-year seniors, while Donye McCleskey, Jeramie Gray, Jerry Calvert, Dan Millington, Pat Burke, and Bill McGrath are in their fourth year. Antoine Brown and Gabe Mullane transferred into the Sycamore program and are in their final season as well. Indiana State has the fourth-fewest seniors on a 2009 roster nationally. Working Overtime The Sycamores have played in 11 overtime contests since the rule was established for regular season games in the NCAA FCS Subdivision in 1996. The Sycamores are 6-5 in games that have used an extra period, including a 33-30 overtime win over Eastern Illinois in 2004.

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Up Next . . . Indiana State concludes the regular season with a contest at home against North Dakota State on Nov. 14. Kickoff is slated for Noon. The Last Time Against Missouri State … November 22, 2008 TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The 2008 Indiana State football season came to an end with a heartbreaking 2724 loss in overtime to the visiting Missouri State Bears in a Missouri Valley Football Conference game Saturday in ISU’s Memorial Stadium. With the loss, ISU falls to 0-12 on the season, while the Bears improved to 4-7 overall. “I thought our kids played extremely hard, especially in the second half,” head coach Trent Miles said. “At halftime, we challenged our players and lived up to the challenge in the second half.” Indiana State got the ball first in overtime with Baulio Martinez booting a 39-yard field goal. But Missouri State came right back, as Bears quarterback Cody Kirby rumbled 19 yards for the touchdown to give Missouri State the win. Missouri State took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter, using just four plays to go 91 yards for the first touchdown of the game on a 16-yard run by Miguel Warren with 6:03 left. Matt Hottelman booted the point after for the Bears. In the second quarter, Kingjack Washington capped off a 12-play, 77-yard drive with a two-yard touchdown run for Missouri State’s second touchdown of the game. Hottelman again booted the point after to give the Bears a 14-0 lead with 10:11 remaining in the first half. A bad snap on a punt attempt gave the Bears an opportunity for their third touchdown, starting from the Sycamore four-yard line. But Indiana State got the ball right back when Missouri State’s Washington was stripped of the ball by ISU’s Jayden Everett, who also recovered the fumble at the ISU five yard line. The Sycamores took advantage of the turnover, marching 95 yards in 14 plays to cut the Missouri State lead in half. Darrius Gates capped the drive with a seven-yard run around the right side and Braulio Martinez booted the point after as the Sycamores trailed 14-7 with 4:13 left in the third quarter. After holding Missouri State on their next possession, the Sycamores took over at their own 18-yard line and promptly marched down the field, going 82 yards in nine plays to tie the game on a one-yard run by Gates. The touchdown was set up by a 67-yard run by Gates that moved the ball down to the Bears five-yard line early in the fourth quarter. Four plays later, Gates took the ball over the left side on fourthand-one and stretched the ball across the goal line for the touchdown with 12:25 left. Martinez booted the extra point attempt to tie the game at 14-all. Indiana State got the ball back with less than two minutes to play and the Sycamores needed just 42 seconds to take the lead for the first time in the game. Starting from their own eight-yard line, Brock Lough ran 14 yards to the Indiana State 22 yard line. Gates broke free and rambled 77 yards down to the Missouri State one and then Ryan Roberts dove over the top of center Jack Byrne for the touchdown. Martinez’s point after kick made it 21-14 with 46 seconds left in the game. Missouri State came right back, scoring on a 19 yard pass from quarterback Cody Kirby to Chris Geisz on the final play of the game. Hottelman booted the point after to tie the game at 21 and send the game into overtime. “We got after the team at halftime,” Miles commented. “The first half was unacceptable. We had to challenge this team at halftime and our kids went out and played hard in the second half and had a good chance to win. Today we got beat by the better team, we got beat by a good coach.” Gates led the way for the Sycamores with a career-high 237 yards rushing and two touchdowns on the day. Gates became the first ISU runner to eclipse the 200 yard mark since 2006, when Tony West amassed 217 versus Murray State. C.J. Cook led the way for the Sycamores defense, recording a career-high 14 tackles, including three solo stops. Donye McCleskey and Jayden Everett each added 11 tackle for the Sycamores as well.

ISU-MSU Series Highlights • First Meeting: 1986 (Home) ISU 14, MSU 10 • Last Meeting: 2008 (Home) MSU 27, ISU 24 (OT) • Most Points Scored vs. MSU: Home: 31 (31-28 win, 11/11/1992) Away: 27 (31-27 loss, 10/29/2005) • Most Points Given Up vs. MSU: Home: 33 (33-26 loss, 09/15/1990) Away: 68 (68-19 loss, 10/19/1991) • No. of Shutouts: ISU: None MSU: 1 (42-0 win, 10/03/1987 in Terre Haute) • Largest Margin Of Victory: ISU: 10 (24-14 win, 10/17/1998 in Terre Haute) • Largest Margin Of Defeat: MSU: 56 (63-7 win, 10/27/2007 at MSU)

Indiana State Big Plays

(Plays of 20 yards or more) Length Type Description 91 Rush R. Roberts vs. W. Illinois (TD) 75 Pass D. Gates to B. Kent vs. Quincy (TD) 57 KO Ret. D. Gates vs. Eastern Illinois 55 KO Ret. D. Gates vs. Louisville 43 KO Ret. D. Gates at Illinois State 39 Rush A. Brown at Illinois State 39 Pass B. Kent from R. Roberts at Illinois State 39 Pass B. Kent from R. Roberts at Illinois State (TD) 36 KO Ret. K. Kraemer at Illinois State 34 KO Ret. M. Woods vs. Quincy 32 KO Ret. K. Kraemer vs. Y’town State 30 Rush D. Gates vs. Quincy 28 KO Ret. D. Gates at Illinois State 27 KO Ret. D. Gates vs. Louisville 26 Int. Ret. A. Blackmon vs. W. Illinois 26 KO Ret. D. Gates at Illinois State 26 Rush D. Gates at Illinois State 25 KO Ret. K. Kraemer vs. S. Illinois 25 Int. Ret. C. Cook vs. Western Illinois 25 KO Ret. M. Woods vs. Quincy 25 KO Ret. M. Woods vs. Louisville 24 KO Ret. K. Kraemer vs. S. Illinois 24 KO Ret. K. Kraemer vs. W. Illinois 24 KO Ret. K. Kraemer at UNI 22 KO Ret. D. Gates at UNI 21 Rush R. Roberts vs. W. Illinois 21 KO Ret. K. Kraemer vs. W. Illinois 21 KO Ret. D. Gates at Illinois State 21 KO Ret. K. Kraemer vs. Y’town State 21 KO Ret. D. Gates at SDSU 21 KO Ret. M. Woods vs. Quincy 21 KO Ret. K. Kraemer vs. UNI 21 Pass R. Roberts to B .Kent 20 KO Ret. D. Gates at Illinois State 20 KO Ret. K. Kraemer vs. Y’town State

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Tale of the Tape Record Points/Game Points Allowed Avg. First Downs Rushing Yards Avg. Rushing Defense Avg. Passing Yards Avg. Passing Defense Avg. Total Offense Avg. Total Defense Avg. Interceptions-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Return-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possesion Avg.

ISU 1-8 8.3 33.7 81 89.6 190.1 79.0 190.1 168.6 384.2 8-78 11-99 47-963 7-7 63-505 27:09

MSU 5-4 18.0 21.7 155 108.8 141.4 199.8 213.4 308.6 354.9 8-86 6-32 30-582 13-6 45-392 29:57

2009 Statistical Leaders

2009 Statistical Leaders

Rushing GP Att. Gain Loss Net Avg TD Lg Avg/G Antoine Brown 9 118 376 59 317 2.7 0 39 35.2 Ryan Roberts 9 70 365 86 279 4.0 4 91 31.0

Rushing GP Att. Gain Loss Net Avg TD Lg Avg/G Cooper-Falls 7 65 317 10 307 4.7 2 57 43.9 J. Davis 9 77 287 3 284 3.7 3 14 31.6

Passing Ryan Roberts Travis Johnson

Passing C. Kirby T. Horner

Receiving Bryant Kent Larry Lacotti

GP Comp Att Int Pct Yds TD Lg Avg/G 9 38 83 4 45.8 360 1 39 40.0 4 22 48 3 45.8 152 0 18 30.4 GP 9 9

Total Offense Ryan Roberts Darrius Gates Defense Aaron Archie Donye McCleskey Alex Sewall C.J. Cook

No 16 16 GP 9 9 GP 9 9 8 6

Yds 287 85

Avg 17.9 5.3

TD 2 0

Plays 153 72

Rush 279 261

Pass 360 75

UA 42 41 27 21

A 49 39 40 43

Tot 91 80 67 64

Lg 75 15

Avg/G 31.9 9.4 Total Avg/G 639 71.0 336 37.3

TFL Sack Int BrUp FF 7.0 0.0 0 1 0 3.0 1.0 2 1 0 2.0 0.0 0 0 0 1.0 0.0 1 5 0

2009 Season Schedule / Results

August 27 September 5 September 12 September 19 September 26 October 3 October 17 October 24 October 31 November 7 November 14

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*

L, 20-26 L, 10-30 L, 0-31 L, 0-41 L, 0-28 L, 7-62 L, 21-38 W, 17-14 L, 0-33 2:00 pm 12:05 pm

*Denotes Missouri Valley Football Conference Game - All Times Eastern

Receiving C. Harbor C. Dotson

GP Comp Att Int Pct Yds TD Lg Avg/G 9 149 244 11 61.1 1782 10 57 198.0 9 1 3 0 33.3 16 0 16 1.8 GP 9 9

Total Offense C. Kirby Cooper-Falls Defense Antoine Wilkinson Skylar Smith A. Beauchamp D. Miller

No 47 22 GP 9 7 GP 9 9 9 9

Yds 607 192

Avg 12.9 8.7

TD 3 2

Plays 313 65

Rush 8 307

Pass 1782 0

UA 34 39 20 21

A 58 35 51 40

Tot 92 74 71 61

Lg 53 28

Avg/G 67.4 21.3 Total Avg/G 1790 198.9 307 34.1

TFL Sack Int BrUp FF 3.0 0.0 0 8 2 2.0 0.0 0 3 0 2.0 1.0 0 3 1 1.0 0.0 3 1 0

2009 Season Schedule / Results

September 5 September 12 September 19 September 26 October 3 October 10 October 17 October 24 October 31 November 7 November 14

at Arkansas UT-Martin Murray State Northern Iowa at Youngstown State South Dakota State at Western Illinois at North Dakota State Illinois State Indiana State at Southern Illinois

L, 10-48 W, 24-14 W, 35-10 L, 7-35 W, 17-7 L, 17-24 W, 17-16 W, 21-17 L, 14-24 2:00 pm 3:00 pm

*Denotes Missouri Valley Football Conference Game - All Times Eastern

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Charting ISU’s Opponents Date Opponent TIME/RESULT VS. ISU This Week Last Week Aug. 27 Quincy W, 26-20 vs. St. Francis (Ill.) L, 0-38 at McKendree Sept. 5 at Louisville W, 30-10 at West Virginia W, 21-13 vs. Arkansas State Sept. 12 Eastern Illinois W, 31-0 Idle W, 16-10 at Murray State Sept. 19 at South Dakota State W, 41-0 vs. Southern Illinois W, 17-3 at Youngstown State Sept. 26 Youngstown State W, 28-0 at Northern Iowa L, 3-17 vs. South Dakota State Oct. 3 at Northern Iowa W, 62-7 vs. Youngstown State Idle Oct. 17 at Illinois State 3:05 p.m. vs. Western Illinois W, 24-14 at Missouri State Oct. 24 Western Illinois 3:05 p.m. at Illinois State L, 7-14 vs. North Dakota State Oct. 31 Southern Illinois 12:05 p.m. at South Dakota State W, 33-0 at Indiana State Nov. 7 at Missouri State 2 p.m. vs. Indiana State L, 14-24 vs. Illinois State Nov. 14 North Dakota State 12:05 p.m. Idle W, 14-7 at Western Illinois Opponent Combined Record ***Rankings are listed as FCS Coaches Poll/The Sports Network Poll

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

Conference W L 6 0 6 0 3 2 3 2 3 3 2 3 1 5 1 5 0 5

Saturday, Nov. 7 Western Illinois at Illinois State.................................................. 2:05 p.m. Indiana State at Missouri State........................................................ 2 p.m. #3 Southern Illinois at #9 South Dakota State................................. 2 p.m. Youngstown State at #11 Northern Iowa.................................... 5:05 p.m. All Times Eastern

Rank NR NR 13/14 9/9 NR 12/11 NR NR 3/3 NR NR

Sycamore Trends

Overall W L 7 1 7 1 5 3 4 4 5 4 4 4 1 3 1 8 1 7

MVFC Schedule and Results

Record 2-7 3-5 7-2 7-1 4-4 5-3 4-4 1-7 7-1 5-4 2-7 47-45

Overall....................................................................................................1-8 Home......................................................................................................1-4 Road.......................................................................................................0-4 Grass.......................................................................................................0-1 Turf.........................................................................................................1-7 Leading after the first quarter...............................................................0-2 Tied after the first quarter.....................................................................0-1 Trailing after the first quarter................................................................1-5 Leading at halftime................................................................................0-1 Tied at halftime......................................................................................0-0 Trailing at halftime.................................................................................0-7 Leading after the third...........................................................................0-1 Tied after the third quarter....................................................................0-0 Trailing after the third quarter...............................................................1-7 Scores first..............................................................................................0-1 Opponent scores first..............................................................................1-7 Scoring 20 or more points......................................................................0-2 Holding an opponent to 20 points or less.............................................1-0 Games decided by three points or less..................................................1-0 Games decided by 4-10 points..............................................................0-1 Games decided by 11-20 points............................................................0-2 Games decided by 21 points or more....................................................0-5 Rushing for 150 yards or more..............................................................1-1 Passing for 300 yards or more...............................................................0-0 Total 400 yards or more.........................................................................0-0 Opponent totals less than 200 yards rushing........................................1-6 Opponent totals less than 200 yards passing........................................1-5 Opponent totals less than 400 total yards.............................................1-5 Commit fewer turnovers than opponent...............................................1-1 Commit more turnovers than opponent................................................0-5 Turnovers equal......................................................................................0-2 Have fewer penalty yards than opponent.............................................1-6 Have more penalty yards than opponent..............................................0-2 Lead in time of possession.....................................................................0-2 Lead in first downs.................................................................................0-0

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Trent Miles Head Coach

1-20 (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. 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. 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. 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. 2009 Indiana State Football • Weekly Release • Page 8

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

EDUCATION 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) 1997-99: Fresno State (Wide Receivers) 1996: Hawaii (Defensive Backs) 1995: Hawaii (Wide Receivers) 1994: Northern Illinois (Defensive Backs) 1991-93: Northern Illinois (Wide Receivers) 1990: Oklahoma (Graduate Assistant) 1988-89: New Mexico State (Graduate Assistant) 1987: Indiana State (Graduate Assistant)


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. 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. 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. 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 22.3yard 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.

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Depth Chart Offense QB

15 Ryan Roberts (6-4, 215, So.)

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

14 Travis Johnson (6-1, 185, Fr.)

TB

33 Antoine Brown (5-9, 200, Jr.) or

WR

Defense DE

DT

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

PK

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

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

P

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

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

KO

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

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

H

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

29 Darrius Gates (5-9, 190, Jr.)

DT

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

LS

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

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

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

SS

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

7

DE

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

PR

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

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

12 Kyle Toney (6-1, 190, Jr.) WR 1

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

90 Nate Brown (6-0, 290, So.) SLB 34 Jacolby Washington (6-1, 235, Fr.)

5 Koby Kraemer (5-9, 165, So.)

FB

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

37 Tyler Williams (5-10, 230, So.)

TE

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

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

35 Alex Jones (6-3, 235, So.)

49 Alex Bettag (5-11, 210, So.)

LT

67 Josh Jellison (6-5, 280, Jr.)

CB

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

68 Jesse Wright (6-4, 280, So.)

6 Julian Easterly (6-0, 190, So.)

LG

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

CB

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

57 Brandon Foster (6-0, 200, Fr.) MLB 99 Aaron Archie (6-0, 230, Fr.)

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

C

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

S

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

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

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

RG

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

S

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

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

5 Koby Kraemer (5-9, 165, So.) KR

5 Koby Kraemer (5-9, 165, So.) 29 Darrius Gates (5-9, 190, Jr.) or 33 Antoine Brown (5-9, 200, Jr.)

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

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

RT

Special Teams

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

Coaching Staff 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

62 Evan Borchers (6-2, 295, So.) 75 Odeh Farha (6-5, 320, So.)

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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 13 Damon Smith DB 5-6 165 Fr.-HS Brazil, Ind./Northview 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 Massillon, Ohio/Louisville 18 Chris Stutzriem QB 6-4 240 So.-TR Lawton, Okla./Wyoming 18 Kamerin Mitchell DB 6-2 200 Fr.-HS Kankakee, Ill./Bishop McNamara 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 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 68 Jesse Wright OL 6-4 280 So.-1L Columbus, Ind./North 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

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The Last Time It Happened... The Last Time Indiana State... SHUT OUT AN OPPONENT: vs. Mars Hill, 48-0 (1996) WAS SHUT OUT: vs. Southern Illinois, 0-33 (2009) 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: 62, at Northern Iowa, 7-62 (2009) 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: Southern Illinois (2009)

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: 160, Ryan Roberts vs. Western Illinois (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) PLAYER RUSH FOR A 90- OR MORE YD TD: 91, Ryan Roberts vs. Western Illinois (2009) HAD TWO PLAYERS RUSH FOR 100+ YDS: Sidney Montfort & Jake Shields vs. UTMartin (2004)

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) HAD PLAYER PASS FOR 5 TDS: Jeff Miller vs. Ball State (1985) 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 PLAYER RUSH FOR 2 TDs: Ryan Roberts vs. Western Illinois (2009) HAD PLAYER RUSH FOR 2 TDs IN CONSECUTIVE GAMES: Ryan Roberts vs. Illinois and Western Illinois (2009) HAD PLAYER CATCH 3 TD PASSES: James Braden at Missouri State (2001) HAD PLAYER KICK 4 FIELD GOALS: Kyle Hooper at Eastern Illinois (2004) HAD A PLAYER WITH 3 INT: John Allman vs. Illinois State (1979)

KICKOFF RETURN FOR TD: Cornell Johnson, 97 yds vs. Western Illinois (2005)

ONE PLAYER WITH 30+ RUSHES: 31, Tony West vs. Murray State (2006)

HAD A PLAYER WITH 2 INT: Santino Davis at Louisville (2009)

ALLOWED KICKOFF TD: Nick Turner, at Murray State, 91 yds (2005)

HAD PLAYER WITH 100+ RECEIVING YDS: 130, Carl Berman at Western Illinois (2006)

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

PUNT RETURN FOR TD: Larry Scally, 86 yds vs. St. Joseph’s (1996) ALLOWED PUNT RETURN TD: Eric Davis, 55 yds vs. Missouri State (2006) INTERCEPTION RETURN TD: Bryan Jackson, 100 yards at Eastern Illinois (2006) ALLOWED INT RETURN TD: James Conley, 19 yds at Northern Iowa (2009) FUMBLE RETURN FOR TD: Donye McCleskey, 47 yds vs. Youngstown State (2008)

HAD PLAYER WITH 150+ RECEIVING YDS: 194, Sam Logan at Missouri State (2005) HAD PLAYER WITH 200+ RECEIVING YDS: 253, Chris Johnson vs. Illinois State (1986) HAD PLAYER WITH 300+ RECEIVING YDS: 319, Bill Griffith vs. Evansville (1955) HAD PLAYER WITH 10+ PASS RECEPTIONS: 11, Carl Berman vs. Western Illinois (2005)

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

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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 Last Time An Opponent... HAD 300+ YDS PASSING: 340, Steve LaFalce, vs. Western Illinois (2005) HAD 300+ YDS RUSHING: 328, Herb Donaldson, vs. Western Illinois (2006) HAD 150+ YDS RUSHING: 166, Dre Gibbs, vs. Western Illinois (2009) HAD 150+ YDS RECIEVING: 153, James Hardy, at Indiana (2007) RUSHED FOR 5 TDs: 5, Gerald Davis, at Missouri State (2007) RUSHED FOR 6 TDs: 6, Herb Donaldson, at Western Illinois (2006)


Game 1: Quincy 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 period’s only score.

Game One

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), 0:43 – 4th QU: Donatucci 1 yard run, 0:00 – OT

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

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. Indiana State was unable to score and even had to survive a last second attempt by Quincy as they gained possession with three seconds left on the clock. 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.

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

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.

Indiana State 13 47-122 135 20-10-1 2-2 9-84 6-35.8 4-15 32:11

Individual Leaders Rushing: QU — Williams 9-59; Jacoby 6-48; Dry 10-15; Donatucci 11-(-6), 2 TD. INS — Gates 11-102; Brown 22-45; Roberts 4-13.

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.

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; Truttmann 4-38, 1 TD. INS — Roberts 3-18, 1 TD; Lough 2-14; Gates 2-6; Kent 1-75, 1 TD

Lawrence Young recorded the team’s only sack while ISU combined for nine tackles for losses in the game. The Sycamores return to action on Saturday, September 5 when they travel to Louisville. Kick-off is slated for 7:30 p.m. (EDT).

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Game 2: Louisville Recap LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Indiana State took a 7-3 first-quarter lead but was held to 101 yards on the night by the Louisville defense in a 30-10 loss at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium Saturday night. In front of 39,344 fans, the Sycamores dropped to 0-2 on the season, while UL improved to 1-0. The Sycamore defense proved that Louisville wouldn’t be the only defensive force on the evening as Indiana State put the stops to the Cardinal offense as well in their season opener. ISU defensive back Santino Davis highlighted the game for ISU by posting a pair of interceptions – the most over any FBS opponent in ISU history – including one that set up a touchdown drive that gave the Sycamores an early 7-3 lead. Davis’ two interceptions in one game are the fifth-best showing in school history, and is the best performance since John Allman against Illinois State on Oct. 27, 1979. Louisville produced a balanced offensive attack in its season opener, as Victor Anderson rushed for 93 yards and two touchdowns. Quarterback Justin Burke had a 17-for-31 passing night for 223 yards, and Ryan Payne also kicked three field goals of 28, 21 and 31 yards, respectively. For the Sycamores, Antoine Brown led the ground game with 14 yards on nine carries, and Darrius Gates produced eight yards on 10 tries. Larry Lacotti had three receptions for 26 yards, while Ryan Roberts totaled 24 yards on two receptions. Defensively, Aaron Archie had the most tackles of any player on either team with 9.5.

Game Two Indiana State 10 Louisville 30 September 5, 2009 — Louisville, Ky. Score By Quarter Indiana State Louisville

1 7 3

2 0 14

3 0 10

4 3 3

Final 10 30

UL: Payne 28 yard field goal, 9:44 – 1st INS: Stutzriem 3 yard run (Martinez kick), 1:30 – 1st UL: Powell 6 yard run (Payne kick), 9:57 – 2nd UL: Anderson 6 yard run (Payne kick), 5:03 – 2nd UL: Anderson 14 yard run (Payne kick), 5:36 – 3rd UL: Payne 21 yard field goal, 0:49 – 3rd INS: Martinez 30 yard field goal, 12:58 – 4th UL: Payne 31 yard field goal, 7:52 – 4th

The Cardinals rallied with two touchdowns in the second quarter, with Powell finding the end zone first on a six-yard touchdown run at 9:57, putting UL up 10-7. Louisville then worked its way down the field again, as Victor Anderson scored with 5:03 remaining in the half on a six-yard run. The Sycamores’ Davis intercepted his second pass of the game in the final minute, and ISU trailed 17-7 at halftime.

A — 39,344 82 degrees, Fair Team Stats First Downs Rushes-Yardage Passing Yardage Passes-Comp-Int. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yardage Punts-Avg. 3rd Down Conv. Time of Possession

Indiana State 7 31-19 82 21-10-3 1-1 9-74 5-41.0 7-16 28:45

Louisville jumped on the board first with a field goal by Payne at 9:44 in the first quarter. The Sycamores responded with an interception by Davis just before the 6:00 mark, grabbing a Burke pass at the Louisville 33-yardline and returned it four yards to the UL 29. The pick set up a touchdown drive led by ISU quarterback Chris Stutzriem, who guided a seven-play, 29-yard drive. The sophomore faced a third-and-goal situation from the 3-yard-line before a short touchdown run – his first rushing TD of the season – with 1:30 remaining. Braulio Martinez added an extra-point kick to give ISU a 7-3 lead to finish the first quarter.

Louisville 22 30-176 243 35-20-2 0-0 14-128 3-37.0 1-9 31:15

In the third quarter, UL went up 24-7 on a 14-yard rushing touchdown by Anderson and a Payne kick. The Cardinals extended the lead with 49 seconds remaining in the quarter, with Payne’s field goal for a 27-7 score. Gates added a spark with a 55-yard kickoff return for ISU, bringing the ball to the UL 31 with 49 seconds to go. Travis Johnson entered the game in place of Stutzriem to begin the drive, tossing a 15-yard pass to Lacotti to take it to the UL 16 and later hitting Lacotti again for a five-yard completion at the 13 yardline. The drive allowed Martinez to kick a 30-yard field goal at 12:58 to chip the Cardinal lead to 27-10.

Individual Leaders Rushing: INS — Brown 9-14, Gates 10-8, Lough 2-6. UL — Anderson 14-93, 2 TD; Powell 15-76, 1 TD; Donnell 1-7. Passing: INS — Stutzriem 7-15-2, 58; Johnson 3-6-1, 24. UL — Burke 17-31-2, 223; Stein 3-4-0, 20. Receiving: INS — Lacotti 3-26; Roberts 2-24; Brown 2-4; Gates 1-16. UL — Beaumont 5-69; Long 4-68; Graham 3-43.

UL tacked on another field goal from Payne at 7:52, increasing the lead to 30-10 and giving the Cardinals their first win of the season. The Sycamores were efficient in the game, converting on 7-of-16 third down conversions while holding Louisville to just 1-of-9. Indiana State returns to Terre Haute to face off with Eastern Illinois on Saturday, Sept. 12 at 12:05 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.

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Game 3: Eastern Illinois Recap TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Indiana State fell by the score of 31-0 to Eastern Illinois in its final non-conference tilt of the 2009 campaign in front of 2,977 fans at Memorial Stadium. Offensively, Indiana State was led in the passing by redshirt freshman Travis Johnson, who made his first career start. Johnson was 8-of-15 for 63 yards with an interception in the contest. Chris Stutzreim, who had started the first two contests, came on in relief and was 3-of-7 for eight yards. On the ground, Antoine Brown paced the Sycamores for the first time this season with 10 rushes for 29 yards while Darrius Gates had six rushes for nine yards. Brown also was solid out of the backfield for the Sycamores, hauling in four passes for 29 yards while Gates had a trio of catches for 12 yards. Defensively, freshman Jacolby Washington made 10 tackles while Santino Davis had seven tackles, including a pair for losses. Donye McCleksey and Austen Wozniak each had quarterback sacks while Rod Hardy and Nate Brown added tackles for loss.

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Dillon Painter added a fumble recovery in the game.

Eastern Illinois 31 Indiana State 0 September 12, 2009 — Terre Haute, Ind. Score By Quarter Eastern Illinois Indiana State

1 14 0

2 10 0

3 7 0

4 0 0

Final 31 0

EIU: Watkins 20 yard pass from Christensen (Signor kick), 9:30 – 1st EIU: James 26 yard interception return (Signor kick), 9:12 – 1st EIU: Williams 54 yard run (Signor kick), 4:41 – 2nd EIU: Signor 31 yard field goal, 0:00 – 2nd EIU: Williams 30 yard run (Signor kick), 7:58 – 3rd A — 2,977 74 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

Eastern Illinois 18 42-218 152 21-15-0 1-1 10-78 3-35.7 9-14 34:54

Indiana State 7 25-24 71 22-11-1 2-2 8-70 6-33.8 2-11 25:06

Individual Leaders Rushing: EIU — Williams 15-113, 2 TD; Ward 12-50; Potempa 2-21. INS — Brown 10-29, Gates 6-9; Mullane 1-9. Passing: EIU — Christensen 14-19-0, 145, 1 TD; Reeder 1-1-0, 7. INS — Johnson 8-15-1, 63; Stutzriem 3-7-0, 8.

Eastern Illinois recorded their first score of the game at the 9:30 mark in the first quarter when Chavar Watkins raced into the end zone from 20 yards out for a quick 7-0 lead. The Panther advantage ballooned to 14-0 just 18 seconds later on a 26-yard interception touchdown return of a Johnson pass with 9:12 left in the opening stanza. Eastern Illinois added another score on a 54-yard touchdown run by Williams with 4:41 left to go in the opening half to make it 21-0. The Panthers got an extra three points heading into halftime on a 31-yard field goal by Austin Signor as time expired. EIU got the ball back after a Johnson fumble with 26 seconds left on the clock and the Sycamores’ Daniel Millington sacked EIU quarterback Jake Christensen two plays later with the ball coming loose. Christensen was ruled down before the fumble so the Panthers retained possession and Signor kicked the field goal to send the teams into the locker room with the score 24-0. Williams added a 30-yard touchdown run with 7:58 left in the third quarter to give EIU a 31-0 lead. The Sycamore offense was limited to just 95 yards of total offense in the game, marking the first contest that Indiana State did not record at least 100 yards since a 45-10 loss on Nov. 1, 2003 at Missouri State. Indiana State was shutout for the first time against Eastern Illinois since a 13-0 Panther victory in 1962.

Receiving: EIU — Ricks 4-55; Graves 3-32; Wright 3-26; Watkins 2-28, 1 TD. INS — Brown 4-29; Gates 3-12; Lacotti 2-7.

Indiana State returns to action on Saturday, September 19 when they travel to South Dakota State for the Missouri Valley Football Conference opener for both teams. Kickoff is set for 7 pm (ET).

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Game 4: South Dakota State Recap Brookings, S.D. - Indiana State opened Missouri Valley Football Conference play Saturday night, falling 41-0 to South Dakota State in front of 13,945 fans at Coughlin-Alumni Stadium. Redshirt freshman quarterback Travis Johnson, making his second career start, had an 11-for-25 passing night for 65 yards and no interceptions. On the ground, Antoine Brown had 12 rushes for 13 yards, while Darrius Gates rushed seven times for 20 yards. Michael Mardis hauled in four receptions for 21 yards. Defensively, Donye McCleskey led the way with 15 total tackles, and CJ Cook added 12. For South Dakota State, quarterback Ryan Crawford completed 21 of 27 passes for 239 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Kyle Minett rushed 18 times for 95 yards and scored two touchdowns. Through the first half, the defense led the way for the Sycamores. CJ Cook totaled seven tackles, while Donye McClesky had six. Aaron Archie and Nate Brown added five apiece for a team tally of 23. South Dakota State recorded its first score of the game with 37.4 seconds remaining in the first quarter, when Kyle Harris kicked a 26-yard field goal to put the Jackrabbits up 3-0. It was nearly a

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full quarter later when SDSU struck again. Following a blocked punt deep in Sycamore territory, Ryan Crawford fired a touchdown pass to Mike Steffan, who hauled in a leaping one-handed grab. With Harris’ extra-point kick, SDSU went up 10-0 at the half.

Indiana State 0 South Dakota State 41 September 19, 2009 — Brookings, S.D. Score By Quarter Indiana State South Dakota State

1 0 3

2 0 7

3 0 17

4 0 14

Final 0 41

SDSU: Harris 26 yard field goal, 0:37 – 1st SDSU: Steffen 17 yard pass from Crawford (Harris kick), 0:49 – 2nd SDSU: Minett 2 yard run (Harris kick), 11:30 – 3rd SDSU: Harris 22 yard field goal, 4:16 – 3rd SDSU: Duffy 10 yard run (Harris kick), 0:33 – 3rd SDSU: Minett 3 yard pass from Crawford (Reifenrath kick), 7:59 – 4th SDSU: Paula 6 yard run (Reifenrath kick), 0:34 – 4th

In the final minute of the third quarter, SDSU picked up additional steam on a 10-yard touchdown run by Tyler Duffy (Harris kick).

A — 13,945 75 degrees, Clear Team Stats First Downs Rushes-Yardage Passing Yardage Passes-Comp-Int. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yardage Punts-Avg. 3rd Down Conv. Time of Possession

Indiana State 5 24-25 65 25-11-0 0-0 6-43 9-34.9 2-13 25:45

The Jackrabbits opened the third quarter with a five-play, 39-yard drive, culminating in a two-yard touchdown run at 11:30 by Minett to make it 17-0. South Dakota State’s next drive was limited by the ISU defense to a 22-yard field goal at 4:16 to go up 20-0.

South Dakota State 20 36-149 265 29-23-1 0-0 5-40 2-42.0 6-12 34:15

Individual Leaders Rushing: INS — Gates 7-20; Brown 12-13; Craig 1-0. SDSU — Minett 18-95, 1 TD; Duffy 6-29, 1 TD; Paula 4-22, 1 TD. Passing: INS — Johnson 11-25-0, 65. SDSU — Crawford 21-27-1, 239, 1 TD; O’Brien 2-2-0, 26. Receiving: INS — Mardis 4-21; Lacotti 3-19; Kent 2-18; Gates 1-9. SDSU — Fox 7-67; Steffen 5-89, 1 TD; Montague 3-27.

The Jackrabbits tacked on another touchdown for a score of 34-0 on a three-yard pass from Crawford to Minett (kick Peter Reifenrath) with 7:59 remaining in the game. Their final points of the contest came with a touchdown with 34 seconds to go, as Jordan Paula rushed six yards to bring the tally to 41-0. Indiana State was shutout for the second consecutive week, following a 31-0 defeat at the hands of Eastern Illinois in the Sycamores’ previous contest. It marks the first time that ISU has not scored in consecutive games since falling 33-0 to Iowa State & 49-0 to Oklahoma to kickoff the 1999 campaign. Additionally, ISU’s 90 yards of total offense are its fewest since gaining just 48 against Missouri State in 2003. The Sycamores were able to muster just 95 yards of offense last week against the Panthers. Indiana State returns to action on Saturday, Sept. 26 when it plays host to Youngstown State at 12:05 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.

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Game 5: Youngstown State Recap TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Indiana State Sycamores fell 28-0 to Youngstown State in front of 3,557 at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Sycamores were paced offensively by sophomore Ryan Roberts, who returned his role as the team’s quarterback versus the Penguins. Roberts, who started the campaign as a wide receiver, went under center and was 11-of-18 passing for 78 yards. Darrius Gates led the charges offensively with 11 rushes for 51 yards. Roberts was solid on the ground as he compiled 14 rushes for 18 yards. Leading the Sycamores in receiving was Larry Lacotti, who hauled in three catches for six yards. Bryant Kent had a pair of receptions for 22 yards, including a game-best 17-yard catch off the arms of Roberts. Gates had 18 yards on a pair of receptions during the game as well. Senior punter Gabe Mullane had 10 punts, averaging 37.5 yards per kick, including a long of 54 yards. Sophomore Koby Kraemer returned from a preseason foot injury to return foour kicks for 81 yards, including a long of 32 yards.

Score By Quarter Youngstown State Indiana State

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Indiana State continued to excel on the defensive side of the football.

Youngstown State 28 Indiana State 0 September 26, 2009 — Terre Haute, Ind.

Aaron Archie paced ISU with 12 tackles including a pair for a loss. Senior Mike Woods, starting at safety in place of injuried sophomore Alex Sewall recorded an interception.

1 7 0

2 0 0

3 0 0

4 21 0

Final 28 0

YSU: Barnes 36 yard pass from Summers (Blose kick), 5:37 – 1st YSU: Smith 21 yard run (Blose kick), 10:03 – 4th YSU: Pitts 1 yard pass from Summers (Blose kick), 4:39 – 4th YSU: Outler 37 yard interception return (Blose kick), 3:54 – 4th

Youngstown State was led by Kevin Smith on the ground, amassing 78 yards in 16 attempts. Brandon Summers was 21-of-33 passing with a pair of touchdowns. Dominique Barnes had seven catches for 86 yards and a score. The Penguins opened up the game’s scoring with a 36-yard pass from Summers to Barnes with 5:37 left in the first quarter which gave the Penguins a 7-0 advantage.

A — 3,557 74 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

Senior Dan Millington recorded a solo sack for the second week in a row, this time for a loss of 20 yards.

Youngstown State 17 39-153 194 33-21-1 0-0 9-85 7-40.7 7-18 31:58

Indiana State 10 31-70 78 23-11-3 1-1 8-69 10-37.5 2-13 28:02

Individual Leaders Rushing: YSU — Smith 16-78, 1 TD; Brown 9-34; Scott 5-21. INS — Gates 11-51; Roberts 14-18; Brown 5-4. Passing: YSU — Summers 21-33-1, 194, 2 TD. INS — Roberts 11-18-1, 78; Johnson 0-2-1, 0. Stutzriem 0-2-0, 0. Receiving: YSU — Barnes 7-86, 1 TD; Jones 6-53; Pitts 5-39, 1 TD. INS — Lacotti 3-6; Kent 2-22; Gates 2-18; Riley 1-13.

The Sycamores appeared to be ready to knot the game at seven midway through the second quarter when the Sycamroes took over at the YSU 31-yard line with 4:24 left before the half. A fumble inside the 20-yard line stymied ISU’s best chance to score in the contest. The Penguins took the ball down to the ISU 16-yard line, but Stephen Blose missed the first of two field goal attempts to keep the score at 7-0 heading into the locker room. The score stayed a 7-0 until the 10:03 mark of the fourth quarter when Smith rushed to pay dirt for 21 yards out to make it 14-0. Aaron Pitts caught a one-yard pass from Summers with just 4:39 on the clock to give the Penguins a 21-0 lead and YSU capped things off with a 37-yard interception return for a touchdown by Na-eem Outler with 3:45 left. Indiana State has now been shutout for three consecutive games. The last time the Sycamores went 12 quarters without a score came during the 1951 campaign. The Sycamores return to action on Saturday, October 3 when they travel to nationally-ranked Northern Iowa. Kickoff at the UNI Dome is set for 5:05 p.m. (ET).

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Game 6: Northern Iowa Recap CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- The Indiana State football team fell 62-7 to Northern Iowa in front of 14,860 fans at the UNI-Dome on Saturday evening. Quarterback Ryan Roberts started his second game of the season for the Sycamores, completing six passes for 60 yards and adding 21 yards on the ground. Antoine Brown totaled 10 rushes for 10 yards, while Bryant Kent led ISU’s receivers with a pair of catches for 35 yards. Gabe Mullane had eight punts, averaging 32.1 yards per kick, including a long of 48 yards. He also pinned the Panthers inside the 20-yard line twice. Koby Kraemer, in just his second game of the year after a preseason foot injury, returned nine kicks over 154 yards. Kraemer had a game-long of 24 yards, while fellow kick returner Darrius Gates had a long of 22. CJ Cook led the Sycamore defense with 16 total tackles, with six solo and 10 assisted. Alex Sewall, who did not play last week against Youngstown State, returned to action with 15 tackles, six of which were solo. Both Aaron Archie and Donye McCleskey also reached double figures, posting 12 and 11 tackles, respectively.

Game Six Indiana State 7 #3 Northern Iowa 62 October 3, 2009 — Cedar Falls, Iowa Score By Quarter Indiana State #3 Northern Iowa

1 0 21

2 0 21

3 7 3

4 0 17

Final 7 62

In the second quarter, Grace hit Oordt with a 30-yard strike after a seven-play, 80-yard drive to go up 28-0. Derrick Law then scored back-to-back touchdowns for four and two yards at 9:02 and 2:45, respectively, giving Northern Iowa a 42-0 advantage heading into the locker room.

UNI: Oordt 30 yard pass from Grace (Hallgren kick), 11:39 – 1st UNI: Anderson 1 yard run (Hallgren kick), 8:47 – 1st UNI: Mahaffey 2 yard pass from Grace (Hallgren kick), 4:16 – 1st UNI: Oordt 30 yard pass from Grace (Hallgren kick), 11:55 – 2nd UNI: Law 4 yard run (Hallgren kick), 9:02 – 2nd UNI: Law 2 yard run (Hallgren kick), 2:45 – 2nd UNI: Martin 34 yard field goal, 9:26 – 3rd ISU: Hardy 1 yard run (Martinez kick), 4:06 – 3rd UNI: Martin 22 yard field goal, 13:39 – 4th UNI: Strathman 49 yard run (Martin kick), 8:02 – 4th UNI: Conley 19 yard interception return (Martin kick), 7:50 – 4th A — 14,860 68 degrees, Dome Team Stats First Downs Rushes-Yardage Passing Yardage Passes-Comp-Int. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yardage Punts-Avg. 3rd Down Conv. Time of Possession

Indiana State 5 25-42 60 17-6-1 1-1 5-40 8-32.1 1-11 20:06

UNI wasted no time by striking in its first offensive drive with a touchdown at 11:39, as quarterback Pat Grace hit Schuylar Oordt with a 30-yard pass. The Panthers scored on their next possession, with Carlos Anderson taking the ball in on a one-yard run to go up 14-0. With 4:16 left in the quarter, Ryan Mahaffey caught a two-yard pass from Grace to make it 21-0.

Northern Iowa 28 64-406 165 10-8-0 1-1 9-95 0-0 10-13 39:54

Individual Leaders Rushing: INS — Roberts 9-21; Brown 10-10; Gates 5-10; Hardy 1-1, 1 TD. UNI — Strathman 16-133, 1 TD; Law 12-78, 2 TD.

After the half, UNI chipped in a field goal before defensive tackle Rod Hardy scored ISU’s first offensive touchdown since the Sycamores traveled to Louisville on Sept. 5, breaking a streak of 17 straight scoreless quarters. Hardy recovered a fumble at the UNI 11yard line, then stayed in on offense and rushed for a one-yard touchdown to put ISU on the board at 45-7. The Panthers added a field goal by Max Martin and two touchdowns to put the game away in the fourth quarter. Matt Strathman stretched out a 49-yard run at 4:02 to make it 55-7, and James Conley intercepted a pass from Roberts and returned it 19 yards with seven minutes remaining for a final tally of 62-7. After an open week, Indiana State returns to action on Saturday, Oct. 17 at Illinois State. Kickoff in Normal, Ill., is set for 3 p.m.

Passing: INS — Roberts 6-17-1, 60. UNI — Grace 7-9-0, 157, 3 TD; Davis 1-1-0, 8. Receiving: INS — Kent 2-35; Gray 2-15; Mardis 1-5; Lacotti 1-5. UNI — Oordt 2-60, 2 TD; Eyman 2-57; Hord 2-38.

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Game 7: Illinois State Recap NORMAL, Ill. -- Quarterback Ryan Roberts had two touchdowns and Indiana State totaled a season-high 354 yards of offense, but it was not enough to push the Sycamores past Illinois State in a 38-21 loss at Hancock Stadium Saturday afternoon. Roberts, in his third start of the season, had a touchdown pass and a pair of rushing scores himself on the day. The sophomore is the first Sycamore with two scores in one game since Darrius Gates had two touchdowns against Missouri State on Nov. 22, 2008. Roberts completed 10 of his 16 pass attempts for a season-best 136 yards, including a 39-yard toss to Bryant Kent. Antoine Brown had a solid day for the Sycamore ground game, rushing 102 yards on 17 carries. Kent led the ISU receiving corps with four grabs for 97 yards and a touchdown in the fourth quarter. Defensively, Aaron Archie topped the charts for Indiana State with a game-high 10 tackles, including six solo and one tackle for loss. Rod Hardy also forced a fumble, had two sacks for 13 yards. Illinois State notched 365 yards of total offense, with quarterback Matt Brown going 19-for-26 for 243 yards and two scores. Eyad Salem was the Redbirds’ leading receiver with nine catches

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for 133 yards and a touchdown, while Geno Blow had a pair of rushing touchdowns.

Indiana State 21 Illinois State 38 October 17, 2009 — Normal, Ill. Score By Quarter Indiana State Illinois State

1 0 0

2 7 24

3 7 14

4 7 0

Final 21 38

The Redbirds added a second score at 10:12 in the second quarter, as they blocked a punt by Gabe Mullane and started a 13-yard drive. Geno Blow then rushed for a one-yard touchdown to make it 14-0. At 5:49, Illinois State’s tacked on a field goal by Kutch to increase its lead to 17-0.

ILS: Walker 28 yard pass from Brown (Kutch kick), 13:21 – 2nd ILS: Blow 1 yard run (Kutch kick), 10:12 – 2nd ILS: Kutch 38 yard field goal, 5:49 – 2nd INS: Roberts 17 yard run (Martinez kick), 2:31 – 2nd ILS: Salem 28 yard pass from Brown (Kutch kick), 1:48 – 2nd ILS: Blow 1 yard run (Kutch kick), 8:36 – 3rd INS: Roberts 6 yard run (Martinez kick), 7:06 – 3rd ILS: Gordon 2 yard run (Kutch kick), 2:39 – 3rd INS: Kent 39 yard pass from Roberts (Martinez kick), 1:39 – 4th A — 11,514 51 degrees, Partly Cloudy Team Stats First Downs Rushes-Yardage Passing Yardage Passes-Comp-Int. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yardage Punts-Avg. 3rd Down Conv. Time of Possession

After a quiet first quarter, Illinois State jumped on the board in the second stanza. Tyrone Walker hauled in a pass from Matt Brown in a three-play, 73-yard scoring drive in less than one minute to go up 7-0. Three minutes later, ILSU’s Geno Blow ran in a oneyard touchdown, going ahead 14-0.

Indiana State 16 43-218 136 10-16-0 0-0 6-50 4-14.8 6-14 30:41

Illinois State 21 39-122 243 19-26-0 1-0 6-55 2-38.5 8-13 29:19

Individual Leaders Rushing: INS — Brown 17-102; Roberts 15-70, 2 TD; Gates 8-39. ILS — Blow 21-64, 2 TD; Brown 10-37; Gordon 5-28, 1 TD. Passing: INS — Roberts 10-16-0, 136, 1 TD. ILS — Brown 19-26-0, 243, 2 TD. Receiving: INS — Kent 4-97, 1 TD; Lacotti 4-22; Gates 1-9; Brown 1-8. ILS — Salem 9-133, 1 TD; Walker 3-44, 1 TD.

Indiana State cut the deficit to 17-7 with 2:31 remaining in the first half, with Roberts contributing a 17-yard rushing touchdown. The Redbirds refused to complete the half quietly, however, putting up another score at 1:48 - a 28-yard reception by Eyad Salem to extend it to 24-7. Illinois State pushed forward to 38-14 with two touchdowns in the third quarter. The first came on another one-yard run by Blow at 8:36, which the Sycamores’ Roberts answered with a six-yard rush at 1:22 to make it 31-14. Gordon Cliffton added the Redbirds’ second score at 2:39, going up 38-14 with a two-yard run of his own. In a quiet fourth quarter, the Sycamores scored a final touchdown at 1:39 to close the gap at 38-21. Roberts fired a 39-yard end zone strike to Bryant Kent to cap the Indiana State effort. Indiana State returns to action Saturday, Oct. 24 with Western Illinois. The Homecoming game at Memorial Stadium is slated for a 3:05 p.m. kickoff.

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Game 8: Western Illinois Recap TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- The Indiana State Sycamores used a pair of touchdown runs by sophomore quarterback Ryan Roberts to end the nation’s longest losing streak at 33 games with a thrilling 17-14 come-from-behind victory over Western Illinois on Homecoming in front of 6,028 fans at electric Memorial Stadium. The Sycamores got 160 yards rushing from Roberts along with his second consecutive week of reaching the end zone twice in a game. His 91-yard touchdown run in the second quarter was the longest scoring rush in the history of the program, topping the previous mark of an 85-yard run by Todd Yokem against the Leathernecks in 1989. The victory was clinched after Roberts plunged into the end zone from the four-yard line to cap a 15-play, 80-yard drive with 4:12 left in the game. The game was sealed when freshman Andrew Blackmon picked off a Wil Lunt pass as time expired. Western Illinois opened the scoring with a first-quarter touchdown at 4:12 - a one-yard run by Dre Gibbs - to go up 7-0.

Game Eight Western Illinois 14 Indiana State 17 October 24, 2009 — Terre Haute, Ind. Score By Quarter Western Illinois Indiana State

1 7 0

2 0 10

3 7 0

4 0 7

Final 14 17

WIU: Gibbs 1 yard run (Egan kick), 4:12 – 1st INS: Martinez 37 yard field goal, 12:55 – 2nd INS: Roberts 91 yard run (Martinez kick), 3:58 – 2nd WIU: Carley 5 yard run (Egan kick), 2:51 – 3rd INS: Roberts 4 yard run (Martinez kick), 4:12 – 4th

In the third quarter, WIU regained control with a five-yard touchdown run by Marva Carley at 2:51 to take the lead back at 14-10. The Sycamores would not go quietly, however, as Roberts punched through for a four-yard touchdown run, completing the 80-yard drive with 4:12 remaining in the game.

A — 6,028 52 degrees, Sunny and Perfect Team Stats First Downs Rushes-Yardage Passing Yardage Passes-Comp-Int. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yardage Punts-Avg. 3rd Down Conv. Time of Possession

Western Illinois 18 48-185 139 24-12-3 0-0 3-30 5-34.0 3-13

In the second quarter, Indiana State narrowed the score to 7-3 with a field goal by Braulio Martinez at 12:55. Donye McCleskey then intercepted a pass by Lunt at the ISU 10 yard line and returned it two yards to set up the Sycamores’ scoring drive. Two plays later, Roberts burst through for his record 91yard touchdown run at 3:58, putting Indiana State ahead 10-7.

Indiana State 12 42-240 34 14-4-0 0-0 6-29 8-32.6 3-12

Individual Leaders Rushing: WIU — Gibbs 33-166, 1 TD; Carley 9-45, 1 TD. INS — Roberts 16-160, 2 TD; Brown 14-58; Gates 12-22. Passing: WIU — Lunt 12-24-3, 139. INS — Roberts 4-14-0, 34. Receiving: WIU — Senatus 7-90; Warner 3-28; Crump 1-12; Gibbs 1-9. INS — Lough 2-23; Kent 1-8; Brown 1-3.

Roberts led ISU with 160 rushing yards and his pair of scores, while Antoine Brown added 58 yards of his own on the ground. Brock Lough also had two catches for 23 yards. Defensively, Aaron Archie was the Sycamores’leading tackler with 15, including six solo and two tackles for loss. Jacoby Washington also had a double-digit day with 12 tackles, with one sack and two tackles for a loss of eight yards, while CJ Cook finished with 11 tackles, a tackle for loss and a 25-yard interception. Additionally, Ben Obaseki and Rod Hardy had a pair of key sacks of Lunt in second-to-last drive of the game, followed by an interception by Andrew Blackmon to cap the Leathernecks’ final quarter effort. Indiana State returns to action on Saturday, Oct. 31 against No. 3 Southern Illinois. Kickoff at Memorial Stadium is slated for 12:05 p.m.

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Game 9: Southern Illinois Recap TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Just a week after the Indiana State football team snapped a 33-game losing streak when they defeated Western Illinois on Homecoming, the Sycamores squared off against No. 3 nationally-ranked Southern Illinois at Memorial Stadium. The Salukis proved why they are the third-ranked team in the nation by shutting out the Sycamores 33-0 in front of 4,582 fans on a cloudy day. The Sycamores were able to contain the Salukis for the entire first quarter, as the game remained scoreless after fifteen minutes of play. Southern Illinois was able to turn on the heat during the second quarter however, scoring three touchdowns with the help of lead runningback Deji Karim, who rushed for 32 yards in the second quarter alone, and later finished with 87 yards. The half ended with a 21-0 score in favor of Southern Illinois. Following halftime, the Salukis received a second rushing touchdown from their quarterback Paul McIntosh, driving the Saluki lead to 28-0. In his first career start, McIntosh finished the game 15-of-22 with 159 yards, including 57 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

Game Nine

The Sycamores were able to end the third quarter on a positive note, when freshman Andrew Blackmon intercepted Bobby Brenneisen’s attempt at a touchdown pass at the three yard line.

Southern Illinois 33 Indiana State 0 October 31, 2009 — Terre Haute, Ind. Score By Quarter Southern Illinois Indiana State

1 0 0

2 21 0

3 10 0

4 2 0

Final 33 0

SIU: Karim 4 yard run (Dougherty kick), 14:10 – 2nd SIU: McIntosh 2 yard run (Dougherty kick), 8:11 – 2nd SIU: Hoffman 4 yard blocked punt return (Dougherty kick), 2:22 – 2nd SIU: McIntosh 2 yard run (Dougherty kick), 9:32 – 3rd SIU: Dougherty 30 yard field goal, 0:55 – 3rd SIU: Briggs safety, 14:57 – 4th

While the Sycamores fell by a final score of 33-0, they again showed improvement by holding the Salukis to a point under their season scoring average.

A — 4,582 50 degrees, Partly Cloudy Team Stats First Downs Rushes-Yardage Passing Yardage Passes-Comp-Int. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yardage Punts-Avg. 3rd Down Conv. Time of Possession

Southern Illinois 20 44-161 190 25-17-1 1-1 6-55 4-41.8 4-14 34:02

The Sycamore defense was able to hold strong throughout the fourth quarter, allowing Southern Illinois only two points off a safety at the very beginning of the quarter.

Indiana State 6 35-40 50 19-8-2 0-0 6-46 10-31.4 1-14 25:58

Individual Leaders

Senior Antoine Brown led the Sycamore offensive attack with 36 rushing yards on 18 attempts while sophomore Ryan Roberts was 7-of-18 for 52 yards. Junior Bryant Kent caught three passes for 22 yards. Defensively, the Sycamores were led by freshman Jacolby Washington with 10 tackles, including a career-high three for loss. Rod Hardy and Lawrence Young added multiple tackles for loss while Nate Brown had one as well. Blackmon posted an inteception for the second consecutive week and added a fumble recovery.

Rushing: SIU — Karim 15-87, 1 TD; McIntosh 8-57, 2 TD. INS — Brown 18-36; Hardy 1-9; Craig 1-6; Roberts 12-(-3). Passing: SIU — McIntosh 15-22-0, 159; Brenneisen 1-2-1, 20. INS — Roberts 7-18-2, 52; Stutzriem 1-1-0, -2. Receiving: SIU — Allaria 5-29; Morris 4-80; Robertson 2-40. INS — Kent 3-22; Jones 2-14; Gates 1-9; Kraemer 1-7.

The Sycamores return to action on Saturday, November 7 when they travel to Missouri State. The Bears dropped a 24-14 decision today to Illinois State. Kick-off is set for 2:05 p.m. (ET).

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2009 Game-by-Game Statistics Game-by-Game Rushing QU Player Att.-Yds./TD Brown, A. 22-45/0 Roberts, R. 4-13/0 Gates, D. 11-102/0 Hardy, R. -- Mullane, G. -- Kent, B. -- Lough, B. 1-2/0 Seliger, M. 1-8/0 Craig, R. -- Gray, J. -- Johnson, T. DNP Stutzriem, C. 8-(-48)/0

UL Att.-Yds./TD 9-14/0 -- 10-8/0 -- -- -- 2-6/0 -- 3-(-4)/0 -- 1-(-2)/0 6-(-3)/0

EIU Att.-Yds./TD 10-29/0 -- 6-9/0 -- 1-9/0 -- DNP DNP -- 1-0/0 5-(-24)/0 2-1/0

SDSU Att.-Yds./TD 12-13/0 -- 7-20/0 -- -- -- DNP DNP 1-0/0 -- 4-(-8)/0 DNP

YSU Att.-Yds./TD 5-4/0 14-18/0 11-51/0 -- -- -- DNP DNP -- -- 1-(-3)/0 --

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

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

UL -- 6-3-0-1-24 15-7-0-2-58 -- --

EIU -- 15-8-0-1-63 7-3-0-0-8 -- DNP

SDSU YSU -- 11-18-0-1-78 25-11-0-0-65 2-0-0-1-0 DNP 2-0-0-0-0 -- 1-0-0-1-0 DNP DNP

Field Goals (Made field goals in bold/Missed field goals in italics) Player QU Martinez, B. 40, 28, 27, 43

UL 30

EIU 48

Game-by-Game Receiving QU Player Rec.-Yds./TD Kent, B. 1-75/1 Lacotti, L. -- Gates, D. 2-6/0 Brown, A. -- Mardis, M. DNP Roberts, R. 3-18/1 Lough, B. 2-14/0 Gray, J. 1-5/0 Riley, T. DNP Jones, A. DNP Kramer, K. DNP Dikos, G. 1-17/0 Williams, T. DNP Craig, R. --

UL Rec.-Yds./TD -- 3-26/0 1-16/0 2-4/0 1-4/0 2-24/0 -- 1-8/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP --

EIU Rec.-Yds./TD 1-10/0 2-7/0 3-12/0 4-29/0 -- -- DNP -- 1-13/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP --

UNI Att.-Yds./TD 10-10/0 9-21/0 5-10/0 1-1/1 -- -- -- DNP -- -- DNP DNP

ILS Att.-Yds./TD 17-102/0 15-70/2 8-39/0 -- -- 2-8/0 1-(-1)/0 DNP -- DNP DNP --

WIU Att.-Yds./TD 14-58/0 16-160/2 12-22/0 -- -- -- -- DNP -- DNP DNP DNP

SIU Att.-Yds./TD 18-36/0 12-(-3)/0 -1-9/0 ---1-(-5)/0 1-6/0 DNP DNP --

MSU Att.-Yds./TD

NDSU Att.-Yds./TD

UNI ILS WIU 17-6-0-1-60 16-10-0-1-136 14-4-0-0-34 DNP DNP DNP DNP -- DNP -- -- -- DNP DNP DNP

SIU 18-7-0-2-52 DNP 1-1-0-0-(-2) ---

MSU

NDSU

NDSU

SDSU --

YSU --

UNI 35

ILS 44, 41

WIU 37

SIU --

MSU

SDSU Rec.-Yds./TD 2-18/0 3-19/0 1-9/0 1-(-2)/0 4-21/0 -- DNP -- -- DNP DNP DNP DNP --

YSU Rec.-Yds./TD 2-22/0 3-6/0 2-18/0 1-5/0 -- -- DNP -- 1-13/0 -- 1-3/0 DNP 1-11/0 --

UNI Rec.-Yds./TD 2-35/0 1-5/0 -- -- 1-5/0 -- -- 2-15/0 -- -- -- DNP -- --

ILS Rec.-Yds./TD 4-97/1 4-22/0 1-9/0 1-8/0 -- -- -- DNP -- -- -- DNP DNP --

WIU Rec.-Yds./TD 1-8/0 -- -- 1-3/0 -- -- 2-23/0 DNP -- -- -- DNP -- --

SIU Rec.-Yds./TD 3-22/0 -1-9/0 ----DNP -2-14/0 1-7/0 DNP -1-(-2)/0

MSU Rec.-Yds./TD

NDSU Rec.-Yds./TD

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

UL Att.-Yds.-TD 1-0-0 --

EIU Att.-Yds.-TD 1-2-0 --

SDSU Att.-Yds.-TD -- --

YSU Att.-Yds.-TD 2-14-0 --

UNI Att.-Yds.-TD -- --

ILS Att.-Yds.-TD 1-2-0 --

WIU Att.-Yds.-TD -- --

SIU Att.-Yds.-TD 1-0-0 --

MSU Att.-Yds.-TD

NDSU Att.-Yds.-TD

Kickoff Returns QU Player Att.-Yds.-TD Kraemer, K. DNP Gates, D. 1-13-0 Woods, M. 2-59-0 Riley, T. DNP Gray, J. -- Wozniak, A. --

UL Att.-Yds.-TD DNP 3-97-0 3-42-0 DNP -- 1-4-0

EIU Att.-Yds.-TD DNP 1-57-0 -- -- 1-17-0 --

SDSU Att.-Yds.-TD DNP 1-21-0 -- 4-51-0 -- --

YSU Att.-Yds.-TD 4-81-0 -- -- -- -- --

UNI Att.-Yds.-TD 9-154-0 2-41-0 -- -- -- --

ILS Att.-Yds.-TD 1-36-0 5-138-0 -- -- DNP --

WIU Att.-Yds.-TD 3-53-0 -- -- -- DNP --

SIU Att.-Yds.-TD 6-99-0 ------

MSU Att.-Yds.-TD

NDSU Att.-Yds.-TD

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2009 Game-by-Game Statistics Offense

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

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

WR R. Roberts L. Lacotti L. Lacotti L. Lacotti L. Lacotti J. Gray L. Lacotti L. Lacotti L. Lacotti

LT M. Smith M. Smith M. Smith M. Smith J. Wright J. Wright J. Jellison J. Jellison J. Jellison

LG C. Bichey FN Lutz FN Lutz FN Lutz M. Smith M. Smith M. Smith M. Smith M. Smith

C B. Geffert B. Geffert B. Geffert B. Geffert B. Geffert B. Geffert FN Lutz FN Lutz FN Lutz

RG E. Borchers E. Borchers E. Borchers E. Borchers E. Borchers E. Borchers B. Geffert B. Geffert B. Geffert

RT J. Jellison J. Jellison J. Jellison J. Jellison J. Jellison J. Jellison E. Borchers E. Borchers E. Borchers

TB A. Brown D. Gates D. Gates A. Brown A. Brown A. Brown A. Brown A. Brown A. Brown

TE G. Dikos J. Wright M. Mardis M. Mardis M. Mardis M. Mardis M. Mardis M. Mardis M. Mardis

QB C. Stutzriem C. Stutzriem T. Johnson T. Johnson R. Roberts R. Roberts R. Roberts R. Roberts R. Roberts

FB/WR B. Lough B. Lough R. Roberts R. Aldridge A. Wozniak B. Lough B. Lough B. Lough B. Lough

WR B. Kent B. Kent B. Kent B. Kent B. Kent B. Kent B. Kent B. Kent B. Kent

DE D. Millington D. Millington D. Millington D. Millington D. Millington D. Millington D. Millington D. Millington D. Millington

DT R. Hardy R. Hardy R. Hardy R. Hardy R. Hardy R. Hardy R. Hardy R. Hardy R. Hardy

DT N. Brown N. Brown N. Brown N. Brown N. Brown N. Brown N. Brown L. Young L. Young

DE B. Obaseki B. Obaseki B. Obaseki B. Obaseki B. Obaseki B. Obaseki B. Obaseki B. Obaseki B. Obaseki

SLB J. Washington J. Washington J. Washington J. Washington J. Washington J. Washington J. Washington J. Washington J. Washington

MLB A. Archie A. Archie A. Archie A. Archie A. Archie A. Archie A. Archie A. Archie A. Archie

WLB S. Davis S. Davis S. Davis CJ Cook CJ Cook CJ Cook CJ Cook CJ Cook CJ Cook

CB L. Carter L. Carter L. Carter L. Carter L. Carter L. Carter L. Carter L. Carter L. Carter

CB J. Easterly M. Woods M. Woods A. Blackmon A. Blackmon E. Thomas E. Thomas M. Woods M. Woods

S A. Sewall A. Sewall A. Sewall A. Sewall M. Woods A. Sewall A. Sewall A. Sewall A. Sewall

S D. McCleskey D. McCleskey D. McCleskey D. McCleskey D. McCleskey D. McCleskey D. McCleskey D. McCleskey D. McCleskey

Game-by-Game Defensive Tackles QU Player Solo-Ast Archie, A. 4-6 McCleskey, D. 5-5 Sewall, A. 4-5 Cook, CJ DNP Washington, J. 1-0 Carter, Lar. 0-4 Hardy, R. 0-1 Brown, N. 4-3 Millington, D. 1-1 Obaseki, B. 2-3 Blackmon, A. 3-2 Woods, M. 0-1 Davis, S. 2-5 Thomas, E. 3-3 Painter, D. -- Wozniak, A. 1-2 Young, L. 1-0 Redwine, M. 2-0 Easterly, J. 1-0 Bettag, A. 0-2 Calvert, J. 1-0 Lewis, M. -- Jenkins, J. DNP Harris, L. DNP Bright, J. -- Aldridge, R. -- Kent, B. 1-0 Scott, J. 1-0 Roberts, R. 0-1 Lough, B. -- Lacotti, L. -- Borchers, E. -- Mullane, G. -- Carter, LaV. DNP

UL Solo-Ast 8-3 7-2 2-2 DNP 3-0 1-2 5-1 1-1 2-0 -- 3-1 3-0 2-1 3-0 -- 1-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- DNP -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 1-0 -- -- DNP

EIU Solo-Ast 4-1 2-4 3-4 DNP 5-5 2-2 3-2 2-2 1-0 1-1 4-1 0-1 4-3 -- 0-2 2-1 0-1 1-0 -- -- -- -- 1-0 DNP DNP -- -- -- -- DNP -- -- -- DNP

SDSU Solo-Ast 3-4 7-8 2-7 5-7 2-3 5-2 1-0 3-3 1-2 1-1 3-2 -- DNP -- -- -- -- 1-0 -- -- -- 0-1 0-1 -- 0-1 -- -- -- -- DNP -- -- -- DNP

YSU Solo-Ast 4-8 5-2 DNP 3-6 4-2 5-4 0-2 1-5 3-2 2-3 1-1 3-2 DNP -- 1-4 -- -- 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-1 DNP -- -- -- -- -- -- DNP -- 1-0 -- DNP

UNI Solo-Ast 4-8 5-6 6-9 6-10 3-4 3-0 2-4 0-4 1-3 1-1 DNP -- DNP 3-1 -- 0-2 1-1 0-3 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 DNP -- 0-1 -- -- DNP -- -- -- -- -- DNP

ILS Solo-Ast 6-4 3-5 5-3 1-6 2-2 3-2 4-1 1-3 1-1 1-2 DNP 5-1 DNP -- -- -- DNP 0-1 -- -- 1-0 DNP DNP 0-1 -- -- -- DNP -- -- -- -- 1-0 DNP

WIU Solo-Ast 6-9 4-5 2-6 2-9 8-5 3-5 2-4 -- 2-4 1-2 -- 1-0 DNP DNP 2-1 1-0 0-3 DNP 0-1 1-0 -- DNP DNP -- DNP 0-1 -- DNP -- -- -- -- -- 1-0

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SIU Solo-Ast 3-6 3-2 3-4 4-5 3-7 2-1 3-1 2-0 2-4 1-2 2-0 3-0 DNP DNP 0-1 DNP 2-2 -1-1 0-1 1-1 DNP DNP 0-1 DNP 0-1 ---------

MSU Solo-Ast

NDSU Solo-Ast


The Automated ScoreBook Indiana State Overall Team Statistics (as of Oct 31, 2009) All games Team Statistics SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games Score by Quarters Indiana State Opponents

1st

2nd

24 17 55 100

INS 75 8.3 81 43 29 9 806 1097 291 304 2.7 89.6 6 711 81-177-11 4.0 8.8 79.0 3 1517 481 3.2 168.6 47-963 11-99 8-78 20.5 9.0 9.8 7-7 63-505 56.1 66-2203 33.4 28.7 27:09 28/120 23% 3/9 33% 12-96 0 9 4-10 0-1 10-14 71% 6-14 43% 9-9 100% 24360 5/4872 3rd

14 71

4th

20 71

OT

0 6

Total 75 303

OPP 303 33.7 181 86 83 12 1711 1931 220 380 4.5 190.1 23 1747 150-239-8 7.3 11.6 194.1 11 3458 619 5.6 384.2 20-417 28-287 11-93 20.9 10.2 8.5 6-4 66-591 65.7 35-1365 39.0 33.3 32:51 53/123 43% 3/8 38% 16-107 2 38 12-22 0-0 35-44 80% 24-44 55% 35-36 97% 79663 4/19916 0/0


The Automated ScoreBook Indiana State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 31, 2009) All games Rushing

Brown, Antoine Roberts, Ryan Gates, Darrius Hardy, Rod Mullane, Gabe Kent, Bryant Lough, Brock Seliger, Matt Craig, Reece Gray, Jeramie TM Johnson, Travis Stutzriem, Chri Total Opponents Passing

Roberts, Ryan Johnson, Travis Stutzriem, Chri Gates, Darrius Seliger, Matt Total Opponents Receiving

Kent, Bryant Lacotti, Larry Gates, Darrius Brown, Antoine Mardis, Michael Roberts, Ryan Lough, Brock Gray, Jeramie Riley, Tanner Jones, Alex Kraemer, Koby Dikos, Garrick Williams, Tyler Craig, Reece Total Opponents

gp

att

gain loss

net avg td

9 118 376 59 317 9 70 365 86 279 9 70 279 18 261 9 2 10 0 10 9 1 9 0 9 9 2 8 0 8 6 4 8 1 7 3 2 8 5 3 9 5 6 4 2 6 1 0 0 0 5 2 0 3 -3 5 11 4 41 -37 6 16 24 74 -50 9 304 1097 291 806 9 380 1931 220 1711 gp

effic comp-att-int

9 76.55 38-83-4 5 59.93 22-48-3 6 64.46 20-43-3 9 430.00 1-2-1 3 0.00 0-1-0 9 72.67 81-177-11 9 132.66 150-239-8 gp

no.

2.7 0 4.0 4 3.7 0 5.0 1 9.0 0 4.0 0 1.8 0 1.5 0 0.4 0 0.0 0 -1.5 0 -3.4 0 -3.1 1 2.7 6 4.5 23

pct

lg avg/g

Punt Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

39 91 30 9 9 5 3 8 6 0 0 2 5 91 54

Kent, Bryant Woods, Mike Total Opponents

9 2 11 28

48 51 99 287

21 30 30 31

Interceptions

no.

yds avg td

Blackmon, Andre McCleskey, Dony Davis, Santino Cook, CJ Woods, Mike Total Opponents

2 2 2 1 1 8 11

Kick Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

Kraemer, Koby Gates, Darrius Woods, Mike Riley, Tanner Wozniak, Austen Gray, Jeramie Total Opponents

23 13 5 4 1 1 47 20

423 367 101 51 4 17 963 417

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

36 57 34 14 4 17 57 52

Fumble Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

yds td

45.8 360 1 45.8 152 0 46.5 124 1 50.0 75 1 0.0 0 0 45.8 711 3 62.8 1747 11

yds

avg

td

lg avg/g

9 16 287 9 16 85 9 11 79 9 10 47 8 6 30 9 5 42 6 4 37 6 4 28 7 2 26 5 2 14 5 2 10 1 1 17 3 1 11 9 1 -2 9 81 711 9 150 1747

17.9 5.3 7.2 4.7 5.0 8.4 9.2 7.0 13.0 7.0 5.0 17.0 11.0 -2.0 8.8 11.6

2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 11

75 15 16 18 13 16 17 8 13 9 7 17 11 0 75 45

31.9 9.4 8.8 5.2 3.8 4.7 6.2 4.7 3.7 2.8 2.0 17.0 3.7 -0.2 79.0 194.1

35.2 31.0 29.0 1.1 1.0 0.9 1.2 1.0 0.2 0.0 -0.6 -7.4 -8.3 89.6 190.1 lg avg/g

39 18 17 75 0 75 45

40.0 30.4 20.7 8.3 0.0 79.0 194.1

Total Opponents

0 1

26 2 25 25 0 78 93

5.3 25.5 9.0 10.2 13.0 1.0 12.5 25.0 0.0 9.8 8.5 18.4 28.2 20.2 12.8 4.0 17.0 20.5 20.9

0 0.0 0 0.0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

0 0

lg

26 2 21 25 0 26 37

0 0


The Automated ScoreBook Indiana State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 31, 2009) All games

Scoring

td

Roberts, Ryan Martinez, Braul Kent, Bryant Stutzriem, Chri Hardy, Rod Total Opponents

5 - 4-10 2 1 1 9 4-10 38 12-22

Field Goals

Martinez, Braul

fg

fg

kick

9-9 9-9 35-36

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

-

- - - - - - 1 1-1

-

pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99

4-10 40.0 0-0

1-2

2-3

1-5

0-0

FG Sequence

Indiana State

Opponents

QUINCY LOUISVILLE Eastern Illinois South Dakota State Youngstown State Northern Iowa Illinois State Western Illinois Southern Illinois

(40),28,(27),43 (30) 48 35 44,41 (37) -

(22),(30) (28),(21),(31),35 44,(31) (26),44,32,(22) 33,43 (34),(22) 24,(38) 35 48,(30),43

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

pts

- 30 - 21 - 12 6 6 - 75 1 303

Total Offense

g plays

Roberts, Ryan Gates, Darrius Brown, Antoine Johnson, Travis Stutzriem, Chri Hardy, Rod Mullane, Gabe Kent, Bryant Lough, Brock Seliger, Matt Craig, Reece TM Total Opponents

9 9 9 5 6 9 9 9 6 3 9 5 9 9

rush pass

total avg/g

153 279 360 639 71.0 72 261 75 336 37.3 118 317 0 317 35.2 59 -37 152 115 23.0 59 -50 124 74 12.3 2 10 0 10 1.1 1 9 0 9 1.0 2 8 0 8 0.9 4 7 0 7 1.2 3 3 0 3 1.0 5 2 0 2 0.2 2 -3 0 -3 -0.6 481 806 711 1517 168.6 619 1711 1747 3458 384.2

lg blk

Punting

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

40

Mullane, Gabe TM Total Opponents

62 2191 4 12 66 2203 35 1365

Kickoffs

no. yds avg tb ob retn

Martinez, Braul Mullane, Gabe Total Opponents

21 1213 1 46 22 1259 55 3408

1

35.3 3.0 33.4 39.0 57.8 46.0 57.2 62.0

57 12 57 67 1 0 1 7

1 0 1 5

8 12 0 0 8 12 8 10

4 0 4 6

1 3 4 1

net ydln

0 0 0 20.9 37.4 0 20.5 41.9

32 28


The Automated ScoreBook Indiana State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 31, 2009) All games All Purpose

g

rcv

pr

kr

Gates, Darrius Kraemer, Koby Brown, Antoine Kent, Bryant Roberts, Ryan Woods, Mike Lacotti, Larry Riley, Tanner Gray, Jeramie Lough, Brock Mardis, Michael Blackmon, Andr Cook, CJ Davis, Santino Dikos, Garrick Jones, Alex Williams, Tyler Hardy, Rod Mullane, Gabe Wozniak, Austen Seliger, Matt McCleskey, Don TM Johnson, Travis Stutzriem, Chri Total Opponents

9 261 79 5 0 10 9 317 47 9 8 287 9 279 42 9 0 0 9 0 85 7 0 26 6 0 28 6 7 37 8 0 30 7 0 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 17 5 0 14 3 0 11 9 10 0 9 9 0 8 0 0 3 3 0 9 0 0 5 -3 0 5 -37 0 6 -50 0 9 806 711 9 1711 1747

rush

0 0 0 48 0 51 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 99 287

367 423 0 0 0 101 0 51 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 963 417

ir

total avg/g

0 707 78.6 0 433 86.6 0 364 40.4 0 343 38.1 0 321 35.7 0 152 16.9 0 85 9.4 0 77 11.0 0 45 7.5 0 44 7.3 0 30 3.8 26 26 3.7 25 25 4.2 25 25 8.3 0 17 17.0 0 14 2.8 0 11 3.7 0 10 1.1 0 9 1.0 0 4 0.5 0 3 1.0 2 2 0.2 0 -3 -0.6 0 -37 -7.4 0 -50 -8.3 78 2657 295.2 93 4255 472.8


The Automated ScoreBook Indiana State Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Oct 31, 2009) All games ## 99 2 3 55 34 8 76 90 45 92 30 11 42 4 20 48 54 79 6 49 28 31 27 97 40 36 9 43 17 62 15 1 7 96 TM

Defensive Leaders

gp

ua

a

Tackles tot

tfl/yds

Sacks no-yds

Archie, Aaron McCleskey, Dony Sewall, Alex Cook, CJ Washington, Jac Carter, Larry Hardy, Rod Brown, Nate Millington, Dan Obaseki, Ben Blackmon, Andre Woods, Mike Davis, Santino Thomas, Elliott Painter, Dillon Wozniak, Austen Young, Lawrence Redwine, Milton Easterly, Julia Bettag, Alex Calvert, Jerry Lewis, Marcus Harris, Luke Bright, Jordan Jenkins, Josh Aldridge, Robbi Lough, Brock Carter, LaVon Mullane, Gabe Borchers, Evan Roberts, Ryan Kent, Bryant Lacotti, Larry Scott, Jordan TM Total Opponents

9 9 8 6 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 3 7 9 8 9 7 9 9 9 6 5 6 3 9 6 1 9 9 9 9 9 5 5 9 9

42 41 27 21 31 24 20 14 14 10 16 15 8 9 2 5 4 4 3 1 5 1 . . 1 . 2 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . 326 273

49 39 40 43 28 22 16 21 17 15 7 5 9 4 9 6 7 5 3 5 1 3 2 2 1 2 . . . . 1 . . . . 362 282

91 80 67 64 59 46 36 35 31 25 23 20 17 13 11 11 11 9 6 6 6 4 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 688 555

7-9 3-19 2-3 1-2 6-12 1-2 10-35 8-21 6-48 3-16 1-1 1-1 2-5 1-1 1-1 1-8 3-10 1-1 . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . 1-2 . 60-198 91-239

. 1-12 . . 1-7 . 3-19 . 3-29 2-15 . . . . . 1-8 1-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-96 16-107

Pass defense int-yds brup

. 2-2 . 1-25 . . . . . . 2-26 1-0 2-25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-78 11-93

1 1 . 5 . 1 . . . 1 . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 19

qbh

1 . 1 . . . 1 1 3 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 16

Fumbles rcv-yds

1-0 . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 4-0 7-0

ff

blkd kick

saf

. . . . . . 2 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2

. . . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 4

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


The Automated ScoreBook Indiana State Game Results (as of Oct 31, 2009) All games Date

Aug 27, 2009 Sep 05, 2009 09/12/09 * 9-19-2009 * 09/26/09 * Oct 03, 2009 * 10-17-09 * Oct 24, 2009 * 10/31/2009

Opponent

QUINCY at LOUISVILLE EASTERN ILLINOIS at #18 South Dakota State YOUNGSTOWN STATE at #3 Northern Iowa at Illinois State WESTERN ILLINOIS #3 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

Lo L L L L L L W L

Score

Overall

Conference

Time

Attend

20-26 10-30 0-31 0-41 0-28 7-62 21-38 17-14 0-33

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7 1-7 1-8

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

3:05 3:03 2:35 2:46 3:00 2:39 2:48 2:39 2:40

7216 39344 2977 13945 3557 14860 11514 6028 4582


The Automated ScoreBook Indiana State Team Game-by-Game (as of Oct 31, 2009) All games TEAM STATISTICS Date

Opponent

no.

Aug 27 QUINCY Sep 05 at LOUISVILLE 09/12/09 EASTERN ILLINOIS 9-19-2009 at South Dakota State 09/26/09 YOUNGSTOWN STATE Oct 03 at Northern Iowa 10-17-09 at Illinois State Oct 24 WESTERN ILLINOIS 10/31/2009 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Indiana State Opponents

Rushing yds td

47 122 0 31 19 1 25 24 0 24 25 0 31 70 0 25 42 1 43 218 2 43 246 2 35 40 0 304 806 6 380 1711 23

Receiving yds td

lg

Passing cmp-att-int yds

td

lg

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

30 10 135 2 5 10 82 0 13 11 71 0 9 11 65 0 18 11 78 0 9 6 60 0 39 10 136 1 91 4 34 0 9 8 50 0 91 81 711 3 54 150 1747 11

75 16 18 13 17 21 39 17 10 75 45

10-20-1 135 2 10-21-3 82 0 11-22-1 71 0 11-25-0 65 0 11-23-3 78 0 6-17-1 60 0 10-16-0 136 1 4-14-0 34 0 8-19-2 50 0 81-177-11 711 3 150-239-8 1747 11

75 16 18 13 17 21 39 17 10 75 45

3 7 2 5 4 11 6 3 6 47 20

5 81 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 14 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 11 99 28 287

lg

no.

72 143 74 72 81 195 174 53 99 963 417

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

34 55 57 21 32 24 43 24 25 57 52

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

tot off

30 257 0 101 2 95 0 90 14 148 0 102 2 354 0 280 0 90 30 1517 31 3458

Games played: 9 Avg per rush: 2.7 Avg per catch: 8.8 Pass efficiency: 72.67 Kick ret avg: 20.5 Punt ret avg: 9.0 All purpose avg/game: 295.2 Total offense avg/gm: 168.6 Date

Opponent

ua

Tackles a total

44 14 30 42 44 60 32 56 40 362 282

81 57 65 76 80 96 66 92 75 688 555

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

9-23 3-10 8-39 8-20 5-25 2-5 6-29 11-30 8-17 60-198 91-239

1-6 0-0 3-27 2-9 1-20 0-0 2-13 3-21 0-0 12-96 20-107

Fumble ff fr-yds

Aug 27 QUINCY Sep 05 at LOUISVILLE 09/12/0 EASTERN ILLINOIS 9-19-20 at South Dakota State 09/26/0 YOUNGSTOWN STATE Oct 03 at Northern Iowa 10-17-0 at Illinois State Oct 24 WESTERN ILLINOIS 10/31/2 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Indiana State Opponents

37 43 35 34 36 36 34 36 35 326 273

2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 2

Date

no.

yds

avg

long

blkd

tb

fc

6 5 6 9 10 8 4 8 10 66 35

215 205 203 314 375 257 59 261 314 2203 1365

35.8 41.0 33.8 34.9 37.5 32.1 14.8 32.6 31.4 33.4 39.0

48 49 55 57 54 48 31 48 50 57 67

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 4 1

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 5

1 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 8 8

Pass Defense int-yds qbh brup

1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 4-0 7-0

0-0 2-25 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 3-53 1-0 8-78 11-93

1 0 1 0 3 0 2 1 2 10 16

50+

i20

md-att

0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 4 6

1 2 3 1 1 2 0 0 2 12 10

2-4 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 1-1 0-0 4-10 12-22

Punting Opponent

Aug 27 QUINCY Sep 05 at LOUISVILLE 09/12/0 EASTERN ILLINOIS 9-19-20 at South Dakota State 09/26/0 YOUNGSTOWN STATE Oct 03 at Northern Iowa 10-17-0 at Illinois State Oct 24 WESTERN ILLINOIS 10/31/2 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Indiana State Opponents

2 0 1 2 1 0 4 1 1 12 19

Blkd kick

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv

2-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 3-3 2-2 0-0 9-9 35-36

Field Goals

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

saf

pts

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

20 10 0 0 0 7 21 17 0 75 303

Kickoffs

long blkd

40 30 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 40 38

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

no.

yds

avg

tb

ob

5 285 3 193 1 61 1 70 1 60 2 81 3 141 4 255 2 113 22 1259 55 3408

57.0 64.3 61.0 70.0 60.0 40.5 47.0 63.8 56.5 57.2 62.0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 7

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


The Automated ScoreBook Indiana State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 31, 2009) All games INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes

Long Pass Receptions

Yards Receiving TD Receptions

Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

22 160 2 2 91 25 11 11 136 1 1 1 75 4 4 4 4 97 1 1 1 75 2 40 10 41.0 57 30 57 16 2.0 3.0 3.0 2

Brown, Antoine vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Roberts, Ryan vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009) Roberts, Ryan at Illinois State (10-17-09) Roberts, Ryan vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009) Roberts, Ryan vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009) Johnson, Travis at South Dakota State (9-19-2009) Johnson, Travis at South Dakota State (9-19-2009) Roberts, Ryan vs Youngstown State (09/26/09) Roberts, Ryan at Illinois State (10-17-09) Stutzriem, Chri vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Gates, Darrius vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Roberts, Ryan at Illinois State (10-17-09) Gates, Darrius vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Brown, Antoine vs Eastern Illinois (09/12/09) Mardis, Michael at South Dakota State (9-19-2009) Kent, Bryant at Illinois State (10-17-09) Lacotti, Larry at Illinois State (10-17-09) Kent, Bryant at Illinois State (10-17-09) Kent, Bryant vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Roberts, Ryan vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Kent, Bryant at Illinois State (10-17-09) Kent, Bryant vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Martinez, Braul vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Martinez, Braul vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Mullane, Gabe vs Youngstown State (09/26/09) Mullane, Gabe at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) Mullane, Gabe at South Dakota State (9-19-2009) Woods, Mike vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Gates, Darrius vs Eastern Illinois (09/12/09) Cook, CJ at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) Hardy, Rod at Illinois State (10-17-09) Brown, Nate vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Washington, Jac vs Southern Illinois (10/31/2009) Davis, Santino at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009)


The Automated ScoreBook Indiana State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 31, 2009) All games 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

47 246 5.7 2 2 25 11 11 11 136 8.5 2 67 354 6.0 21 3 3 16 9 9 84 4 4 3

vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009) vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009) at Illinois State (10-17-09) vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009) at South Dakota State (9-19-2009) vs Eastern Illinois (09/12/09) at South Dakota State (9-19-2009) vs Youngstown State (09/26/09) at Illinois State (10-17-09) at Illinois State (10-17-09) vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) at Illinois State (10-17-09) at Illinois State (10-17-09) at Illinois State (10-17-09) vs Eastern Illinois (09/12/09) vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009) at Illinois State (10-17-09) vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) vs Youngstown State (09/26/09) vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009)


The Automated ScoreBook Indiana State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 31, 2009) All games 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 Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

33 166 2 2 2 2 2 2 54 33 21 21 243 3 45 9 133 2 45 3 38 6 60.0 67 31 52 16 2.0 5.0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Dre Gibbs, vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009) Dre Gibbs, vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009) Sam Donatucci, vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) ANDERSON, Vic, at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) WILLIAMS, M., vs Eastern Illinois (09/12/09) Law, Derrick, at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) Blow,Geno, at Illinois State (10-17-09) McIntosh, Paul, vs Southern Illinois (10/31/2009) WILLIAMS, M., vs Eastern Illinois (09/12/09) Summers, B., vs Youngstown State (09/26/09) Ryan Crawford, at South Dakota State (9-19-2009) Summers, B., vs Youngstown State (09/26/09) Brown,Matt, at Illinois State (10-17-09) Grace, Pat, at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) Grace, Pat, at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) Salem,Eyad, at Illinois State (10-17-09) Salem,Eyad, at Illinois State (10-17-09) Oordt, Schuylar, at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) Eyman, D.P., at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) PAYNE, Ryan, at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) Kutch,Zach, at Illinois State (10-17-09) Kyle Homeyer, vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Alex Beard, vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Nowicki, Ben, vs Youngstown State (09/26/09) GUY, Trent, at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) Karim, Deji, vs Southern Illinois (10/31/2009) Kyle Glazier, vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009) SAVOY, William, at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) Nate Toole, vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) Erik Wilson, vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) HEATH, Brandon, at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) PATRICK, Johnny, at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) SIMIEN, Terence, at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) JAMES, vs Eastern Illinois (09/12/09) Outler, Na'eem, vs Youngstown State (09/26/09) Wicks, Lenny, vs Youngstown State (09/26/09) Louis, Randy, vs Youngstown State (09/26/09) Conley, James, at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) Caldwell, Lance, vs Southern Illinois (10/31/2009) Graham, Rashad, vs Southern Illinois (10/31/2009)


The Automated ScoreBook Indiana State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 31, 2009) All games 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

64 406 6.3 4 36 23 265 16.5 3 74 74 571 7.7 62 3 28 14 128 3 3 3

at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) at South Dakota State (9-19-2009) at South Dakota State (9-19-2009) at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) vs QUINCY (Aug 27, 2009) at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) vs Eastern Illinois (09/12/09) at Northern Iowa (Oct 03, 2009) at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) vs Western Illinois (Oct 24, 2009) at LOUISVILLE (Sep 05, 2009) vs Youngstown State (09/26/09)


Indiana St. (1 - 8 - 0) Thru: 10/31/2009 - Week 9 TEAM RANKINGS 118 teams ranked in Football Championship Subdivision 9 teams ranked in the Missouri Valley FB Conference

SCHEDULE AND RESULTS

1-8-0 L-1

Thu 08/27/2009

QUINCY *

20 - 26

L OT

Sat 09/05/2009

@ Louisville

10 - 30

L

Sat 09/12/2009

EASTERN ILL.

0 - 31

L

Rushing Offense

National Rank 107

89.56

National Leader Wofford

Passing Offense

117

79.00

Stephen F. Austin

348.38

9

Illinois St.

246.50

Total Offense

118

168.56

Appalachian St.

513.00

9

UNI

439.00

Scoring Offense

117

8.33

Stephen F. Austin

39.75

9

UNI

35.63

Rushing Defense

102

190.11

William & Mary

61.63

8

South Dakota St.

89.88

Pass Efficiency Defense

95

132.69

Elon

91.64

7

South Dakota St.

92.54

Total Defense

92

384.22

Elon

204.00

8

South Dakota St.

272.75

Category

Missouri Valley FB Conference Record: 1-5-0

Actual

Actual 258.00

Conf Missouri Valley FB Rank Conference Leader 9 Southern Ill.

Actual 213.75

Sat 09/19/2009

@ South Dakota St. *

0 - 41

L

Sat 09/26/2009

YOUNGSTOWN ST.

0 - 28

L

Sat 10/03/2009

@ UNI

7 - 62

L

Scoring Defense

109

33.67

South Dakota St.

11.38

9

South Dakota St.

11.38

Sat 10/17/2009

@ Illinois St.

21 - 38

L

Net Punting

110

28.73

Southern Utah

42.92

8

Southern Ill.

38.17

Sat 10/24/2009

WESTERN ILL.

17 - 14

W

Punt Returns

41

9.00

Grambling

23.40

4

Western Ill.

15.08

Sat 10/31/2009

SOUTHERN ILL.

0 - 33

L

Kickoff Returns

51

20.49

Jacksonville St.

26.38

4

Southern Ill.

22.91

Sat 11/07/2009

@ Missouri St.

Turnover Margin

94

-.67

Southern U.

2.00

8

South Dakota St.

1.13

Pass Defense

63

194.11

Elon

130.00

6

Youngstown St.

168.50

Passing Efficiency

118

72.71

Jacksonville St.

166.04

9

UNI

159.41

Sacks

99

1.33

Jacksonville

3.88

9

Southern Ill.

2.63

Tackles For Loss

101

4.78

Morehead St.

10.56

8

Illinois St.

6.13

53

1.78

Butler

.50

5

UNI

.88

Sat 11/14/2009

NORTH DAKOTA ST.

HOME GAME IN CAPS

* Night Game

^ Neutral Site

OT Overtime Game

Sacks Allowed T=tied at this ranking

PLAYER RANKINGS Player must have played in 75% of team's games Summary of the top 100 national leaders and top 25 conference leaders 15 categories ranked Category

Player

Rushing

Antoine Brown

National Actual National Rank Leader 35.22 Paschall (North Dakota St.)

Ryan Roberts

31.00

Darrius Gates

29.00

Passing Efficiency (Min. 15 Att./Game) Total Offense

Ryan Roberts

71.00

Darrius Gates

37.33

Antoine Brown

35.22

Receptions Per Game Receiving Yards Per Game

Bryant Kent

Interceptions

Andrew Blackmon

T-98

Donye McCleskey Punting (Min. 3.6 Punts/Game)

Gabe Mullane

Missouri Valley FB Actual Conf Actual Rank Conference Leader 141.00 12 Paschall (North Dakota St.) 141.00 15 17

Perrilloux (Jacksonville St.)

180.74

Randolph (Holy Cross)

371.62

Grace (UNI)

161.85

Grace (UNI)

259.38

21 23 Hudgins (Elon)

10.25

Salem (Illinois St.)

8.38

31.89

Hudgins (Elon)

130.25

19

Salem (Illinois St.)

85.75

.29

Caldwell (Eastern Ky.)

.88

11

Lindsey (Southern Ill.)

.75

Ravanesi (Southern Ill.)

44.00

Speight (Western Ill.)

15.08

.22 89

15

35.34

Punt Returns (Min. 1.2 Ret./Game)

16 Fisher (Montana St.)

46.13

Thompson (Grambling)

23.43

8

Kickoff Returns (Min. 1.2 Ret./Game)

Darrius Gates

5

28.23

McGee (James Madison)

30.31

1

Gates (Indiana St.)

28.23

Field Goals

Braulio Martinez

T-97

.44

Cuko (Massachusetts)

2.14

8

Dougherty (Southern Ill.)

1.62

Scoring

Ryan Roberts

3.33

Reynolds (Montana)

10.50

16

Minett (South Dakota St.)

9.75

All-Purpose Runners

Darrius Gates

78.56

Holt (Austin Peay)

199.75

14

Karim (Southern Ill.)

195.25

Sacks

Daniel Millington

.33

Beard (Chattanooga)

1.31

T-15

Ruffin (UNI)

.88

Rod Hardy

.33

Glazier (Western Ill.)

10.38

Batten (South Dakota St.)

1.38

Tackles

Tackles For Loss T=tied at this ranking

Aaron Archie

23

10.11

Donye McCleskey

T-48

8.78

Alex Sewall

T-64

T-15 Sherritt (Eastern Wash.)

14.00

3 5

8.38

6

Jacolby Washington

6.56

19

Rod Hardy

.94

Nate Brown

.72

Moats (James Madison)

2.50

T-5 20

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