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Cardinal Football eNewsletter 2012 Season / Volume 5

Cardinals Storm Through Lake Erie, 51-24 PAINESVILLE, Ohio - The No. 20 Saginaw Valley State University football team defeated the Lake Erie Storm by a score of 51-24 in a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference contest to give head coach Jim Collins his 100th career win. Saginaw Valley found the endzone with 10:36 left in the first quarter to take a 7-0 lead on a Tim Hogue (Inkster, Mich.) run up the middle. Hogue's touchdown was setup by a 53-yard pass from Jonathon Jennings (Columbus, Ohio/Westerville South HS) to Meijer "Player of the Game" Jeff Janis (Tawas, Mich.). Hogue finished the game with 107 yards on 24 carries. Lake Erie responded on their ensuing possession with an eight-play, 71-yard drive to tie the score at 7-7. The duo of Jennings to Janis hooked up again to set up a 22-yard field goal by Scott Stanford (Novi, Mich.) for the 10-7 Cardinal advantage. Jennings finished the game 23of-41 for a career-high and school record 511 yards and three touchdowns. The Cardinal defense forced the Storm to punt on their next possession to set up Jennings and the Cardinal offense. This time he found Michael Albrecht (Midland, Mich.) for a 53-yard touchdown to cap off a three-play, 70-yard drive to give SVSU a 17-7 lead. Jennings found Deon Jobe (Grand Rapids, Mich./East Grand Rapids HS) from 36 yards out for his second touchdown of the game and a 24-7 lead. Stanford then recorded a 21-yard field goal, his second of the game, to extend the Cardinal lead to 27-7 with 9:04 left in the second quarter. The Storm tacked on a field goal late in the second quarter to cut the Cardinal advantage to 27-10 at the half.


Lake Erie tallied another scored with a touchdown to start the second half, but the Cardinal offense would respond with an 11-play, 73-yard drive that was capped off by a five-yard touchdown run by Jennings to put SVSU up 34-17. Hogue posted his second touchdown of the game on a one-yard run up the middle to cap off a 10-play, 66-yard drive that extended the Cardinals lead to 41-17. Jennings then found Janis on a short pass that Janis took to the house for a 73-yard touchdown after breaking a tackle. Janis finished the contest with 12 catches for a school and conference record 300 yards and a score. Stanford nailed his third field goal of the game to give SVSU the 51-24 victory. The defense was led by Grant Caserta (Holland, Mich./West Ottawa HS) who recorded 10 tackles and an interception. Brian Johnson (Muskegon, Mich./Catholic Central HS), Jon Bryant (Lauderdale Lakes, Fla./Boyd H. Anderson HS) and Mason Duke (Attica, Mich./Imlay City HS) all recorded six tackles for the Cardinals. SVSU will return to action next Saturday (Sept. 29) when they host Ferris State for Homecoming and First Responders Night sponsored by Draper Chevrolet and Toyota. http://svsucardinals.com/sports/fball/2012-13/releases/20120922p9pppb

Be sure to check out the Cardinal Football pictures online at schoellesphotography.com Media Day Photos Game 1 Photos vs. Valdosta State University Game 2 Photos vs. Malone University Game 3 Photos vs. University of Findlay Game 4 Photos vs. Lake Erie College

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Recap of Week #4: Lake Erie College SVSU vs. Lake Erie

Cardinals 51 Storm 24 Box Score Saginaw Valley Lake Erie

1 17 7

2 10 3

3 21 7

4 3 7

Final 51 24

Scoring Summary: Prd 1

Time 10:36

1

7:09

1

3:35

1

0:56

2

14:01

2

9:04

2

1:53

3

14:23

3

9:43

3

4:39

3

1:57

4

12:24

4

8:15

Scoring Summary Saginaw Valley- Tim Hogue 3 yd run. (Scott Stanford kick is good). Drive: 5 plays, 80 yards in 1:52. Lake Erie- Anthony Kukwa 28 yd pass from Patrick Nicely. (Sam Marcotte kick is good). Drive: 8 plays, 71 yards in 3:22. Saginaw Valley- Scott Stanford 23 yd field goal. Drive: 10 plays, 72 yards in 3:28. Saginaw Valley- M. Albrecht 58 yd pass from J. Jennings. (Scott Stanford kick is good). Drive: 3 plays, 70 yards in 1:00. Saginaw Valley- Deon Jobe 36 yd pass from J. Jennings. (Scott Stanford kick is good). Drive: 1 plays, 36 yards in 0:14. Saginaw Valley- Scott Stanford 21 yd field goal. Drive: 7 plays, 54 yards in 2:55. Lake Erie- Sam Marcotte 26 yd field goal. Drive: 13 plays, 46 yards in 5:26. Lake Erie- Anthony Bilal 10 yd run. (Sam Marcotte kick is good). Drive: 2 plays, 75 yards in 0:37. Saginaw Valley- J. Jennings 5 yd run. (Scott Stanford kick is good). Drive: 11 plays, 73 yards in 4:33. Saginaw Valley- Tim Hogue 1 yd run. (Scott Stanford kick is good). Drive: 10 plays, 66 yards in 4:21. Saginaw Valley- Jeff Janis 73 yd pass from J. Jennings. (Scott Stanford kick is good). Drive: 3 plays, 73 yards in 0:25. Lake Erie- A. Schickler 5 yd pass from Patrick Nicely. (Sam Marcotte kick is good). Drive: 10 plays, 64 yards in 4:22. Saginaw Valley- Scott Stanford 20 yd field goal. Drive: 9 plays, 86 yards in 4:07.

SV - LE 7-0

7-7

10 - 7

Tevon Conrad (OL, JR, #76, son of Richard and Ginny) blocks the pass rush as Jonathan Jennings (QB, JR, #11, son of Calvin and Brenda) throws downfield.

17 - 7

24 - 7

27 - 7

O-Line in Action 27 - 10 27 - 17

34 - 17

41 - 17

XP is Good 48 - 17

48 - 24

51 - 24

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Defense Gets Ready!

Team Statistics: Saginaw Valley 30 18 9 3 53% (8 of 15) 0% (0 of 2) 688 81 8.5 526 24-42 12.5 0-0 0 162 39 4.2 1-33 33 150 2-1 4-73 2-76 3-31 2-0 5-14 2-76 31:05:00

Statistics FIRST DOWNS Passing Rushing Penalty 3RD DOWN EFFICIENCY 4TH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL OFFENSE Total Offensive Plays Average gain per play NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts Net yards per pass play Sacked: #-Yards Had intercepted NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average gain per rush PUNTS: #-Yards Average TOTAL RETURN YARDS Punt Ret: #-Yards Kickoff Ret: #-Yards Int. Rets: Number-Yards PENALTIES: #-Yards FUMBLES: #-Lost SACKS: #-Yards INT: #-Yards TIME OF POSSESSION

Lake Erie 18 10 6 2 27% (4 of 15) 50% (1 of 2) 358 69 5.2 253 18-35 7.2 5-14 2 105 34 3.1 7-247 35.3 124 00 5-124 00 6-43 0-0 0-0 00 28:55:00

D-Line Grant Caserta (LB, SR, #47, son of Jim and Deb), Jeff Heath (DB, JR, #5, son of Mike and Dianne), and Brian Johnson (LB, JR, #41, son of Brian and Karen) get ready on defense. Also pictured on the D-Line is Nate Snyder (DE, SR, #94, son of Jack and Leslie).

Defensive Persuit

Individual Statistics: Passing J. Jennings Keith Moore Rushing Tim Hogue David Drummond J. Jennings Keith Moore Ronnie Lark Team Jamohn Martin

CP-AT 23-41 1-1

YDS 511 15

TD 3 0

INT 0 0

ATT 24 3 5 1 3 1 2

YDS 107 28 20 5 5 -1 -2

AVG 4.5 9.3 4 5 1.7 -1 -1

LG 18 17 13 5 4 0 0

TD 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

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Kicking Scott Stanford

FG 3-4

LG 23

XP 6-6

PTS 15

Punting Branko Hamilton

NO 1

YDS 33

AVG 33

LG 33

TB 0

-20 0

Kickoffs Scott Stanford

NO 10

YDS 665

AVG 66.5

TB 5

OB 0

If you have Cardinal Fever…

Kickoff Returns David Drummond Major Metcalf

NO 3 1

YDS 56 17

AVG 18.7 17

LG 21 17

TD 0 0

Punt Returns M. Albrecht

NO 2

YDS 1

AVG 0.5

LG 2

TD 0

Int. Returns Jeff Heath Grant Caserta

NO 1 1

YDS 60 16

AVG 60 16

LG 60 16

TD 0 0

Fumbles Tim Hogue

NO 2

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Defensive Statistics: #

Saginaw Valley

Solo

Ast

Total

47 21 41 97 98 4 5 36 2 22 40 45 51 52 90 18 30 46 43

Grant Caserta Jon Bryant Brian Johnson Mason Duke Ryan Busch Deangelo Parris Jeff Heath Ben Jean David Toussaint Trevor Blattner Murtada Jabbie Dwight Trammer Daniel Ward Jordan Maccoux Tejay Boes Andrew Dillon Travon Hamilton Lawrence Brown Will Schwarz TOTALS

5 4 3 5 1 3 3 3 2 2 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 39

5 2 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 20

10 6 6 6 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 59

SacksYds 0.5 - 1 1-1 1-3 0.5 - 1 1-2 1-6 5 - 14

TFLYds 2-9 1-2 3-6 1.5 - 3 1-5 0.5 - 1 1-2 1-1 1-6 12 - 35

Int-Yds 1 - 16 1 - 60 2 - 76

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GLIAC Standings GLIAC North Division Standings School Conf All Ferris State 2-1 3-1 Michigan Tech 3-0 3-0 Saginaw Valley 2-1 3-1 N. Michigan 0-3 1-3 Grand Valley 3-0 4-0 Northwood 3-0 4-0 Hillsdale 3-0 3-1 Wayne State 2-1 2-1 GLIAC South Division Standings School Conf All Walsh 0-3 1-3 Ashland 3-0 4-0 Findlay 2-1 2-1 Ohio Dominican 1-2 2-2 Lake Erie 0-3 0-4 Tiffin 0-3 1-3 Notre Dame 0-3 1-3 Malone 0-3 0-3

September 22nd Saginaw Valley 51, Lake Erie 24 Hillsdale 63, Notre Dame 14 Michigan Tech 35, Findlay 10 Northwood 35, Tiffin 14 Ashland 42, Northern Mich. 13 Grand Valley 46, Ohio Dominican 41 Ferris 20, Walsh 14 Wayne State 38 Malone 14 GLIAC Schedule for September 29th Ferris State at Saginaw Valley Notre Dame at Findlay Wayne State at Northwood Tiffin at Malone Northern Michigan at Hillsdale Grand Valley at Michigan Tech Lake Erie at Ashland Walsh at Ohio Dominican

Albrecht’s Corner (Photos courtesy of Steve Albrecht, Michael’s dad - #3, WR)

Michael Albrecht (WR, JR, #3, son of Steve and Ellen) - 58 yard touchdown catch! Jeff Janis (WR, #82) 76 yard TD catch!

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Photo Recap of the Lake Erie College Game

Pictured above are the captains, Zach Cecich, Tim Hogue, Jeff Heath and Grant Caserta. Also pictured above is the Cardinals taking the field being led by Nate Snyder and Nate Hoyle.

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Upcoming Game of the Week: Ferris State University Saginaw Valley State University Cardinals 2012 Ranking: 16th – AFCA 17th – D2Football.com 2012 Record: 3-1-0 2011 Record: 8-4-0 Conference: GLIAC Head Coach: Jim Collins

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Ferris State Bulldogs 2012 Ranking: Not ranked 2012 Record: 3-1-0 2011 Record: 5-5-0 Conference: GLIAC Head Coach: Tony Annese

2011 Game Score: SVSU 30, Ferris State 27 (September 10th) Saginaw Swami’s Prediction: SVSU 41 – Ferris State 20; Swami says “SVSU will continue to roll and expect another great effort by the offence in the passing game. The D will get tough when it has to in support of another Cardinal victory!”

Attention Parent Club Members Homecoming Tailgating Come join us this Saturday for some pre-game tailgating prior to the Ferris game. We will be meeting at 4:30 pm at the southeast corner of Lot E (by the Ryder Center and across from the student tailgating parking lot). Please bring your own food and beverages and a willingness to rub elbows with your fellow Parent Club members. Everyone is welcome…the more the merrier!

While you are tailgating please look for the Parents Club banner. We will be selling window decals for $5.00! Help support Cardinal Football!

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Board Members for the 2013 Season Are Needed If you would be interested in becoming an active member of the SVSU Cardinal Football Parents Club board of directors, please contact us at: info@SVSUParentsClub.com We are looking for volunteers to help make Cardinal Football the best it can be. Get involved to make a difference!

Going to the Game? Send Us Your Photos! If you are going to the Ferris State game or any other game please take your camera and send us your photos. We will publish the photos in this publication. Please indicate who is in the photograph (if possible). At the end of the season we will put all the photos from the season on a disc for Parent Club Members. What a great way to preserve the memories! Send all photos to our new email address info@SVSUParentsClub.com.

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Website Address: Email Address: President: Treasurer: Webmaster:

SVSU Cardinal Football Parents Club 1950 Worcester Drive Oxford, MI 48371 SVSUParentsClub.com Info@SVSUParentsClub.com Susie Lixey Frank Roller Frankie Roller (SVSU Class of 2011/5 year SVSU team mgr) 10


eNewsletter 2012 Season Vol 5