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Dayton (0-0) vs. Robert Morris (0-0) Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011 at Noon Joe Walton Stadium (3,000) - Moon Township, Pa. Radio: WPIT-AM 730 (Chris Shovlin - play-by-play & Brian Cleary - color) Video & Audio on the internet (live and archived) at: www.rmucolonials.com Top Story - The Robert Morris University football team opens its 2011 campaign and 18th season of intercollegiate football Saturday, Sept. 3, when it welcomes the University of Dayton to Joe Walton Stadium for a Noon kickoff. Dating back to the program’s first season in 1994, the Colonials own a record of 9-8 (.529) in season openers. However, when opening its season at home, Robert Morris owns a record 6-1 (.857), with its only setback a 23-12 loss to Dayton (9/1/07) to open the 2007 campaign. Under the direction of Joe Walton, the only head coach in the history of the program, RMU returns nine starters from last season, each of which will be in the starting lineup Saturday against the Flyers. On the flipside, a total of 11 Colonials will be making their first career start, including seven on defense. Robert Morris takes to the road for three straight games after hosting Dayton Saturday, beginning with a 7 p.m. tilt against Liberty in Lynchburg, Va., Sept. 10. The Colonials will also visit Morgan State (9/17) and Monmouth (10/1) before returning to Joe Walton Stadium, Oct. 8, to host in-state rival Saint Francis. Quick Stat of the Afternoon - One Colonial to keep an eye on this season is senior tight end Shadrae King. A reliable and capable receiver throughout his Robert Morris career, King led RMU last season in receptions (43), receiving yards (531) and touchdown catches (7) in helping the Colonials finish with an overall record of 8-3 (.727) and claim their first NEC regular-season championship since 2000 with a record of 7-1 (.875). Named to the 2011 FCS Preseason AllAmerica Second Team by both The Sports Network and Phil Steele, King enters his final season of eligibility just 19 receptions shy of establishing a new career school record in the category. Former wide receiver Tyjuan Massey owns the record of 112, which was set from 2002 to 2005. King is also six touchdown catches shy of breaking Massey’s all-time record of 21 entering the 2011 season. On his career, King owns 94 receptions for 1,174 yards and 16 touchdowns. Saturday’s Opponent - The longest running rivalry with a non-conference opponent in program history, Robert Morris and Dayton will meet for the 14th time Saturday. The Flyers own an 11-2 (.846) advantage and carry an eight-game winning in the all-time series into the contest. In last year’s game at Welcome Stadium (9/4/10), the Flyers posted a 28-14 victory over the Colonials as Dayton quarterback Steve Valentino passed for two touchdowns in the second quarter to give the Flyers a 21-0 lead at halftime en route to the win. For more information on the all-time series against Dayton, including last year’s game recap, please see page four of today’s game notes. On This Date (Sept. 3) in Robert Morris Football History - While Robert Morris will kickoff its 18th season of intercollegiate football Saturday afternoon against Dayton, on this date in football history exactly 17 years ago the Colonials played their first football game. Just 23 days after the beginning of its first training camp, Robert Morris stopped Waynesburg eight times inside its own 10-yard line in the last five minutes to preserve a 24-19 victory. The game-winning touchdown came courtesy of inaugural running back Tim Hall (1994-95), who scampered 62 yards to paydirt at the 7:22 mark of the third quarter to give the Colonials the final margin of victory. Hall finished the afternoon with 86 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries, while quarterback Jake Newman (1994-97) completed 13 of his 21 passing attempts for 216 yards and three touchdowns, including a nine-yard strike to split end Robert Frazier (1994-96) at the 14:53 mark of the second quarter that marked RMU’s first touchdown in program history.

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

DAYTON @ Liberty @ Morgan State @ Monmouth * SAINT FRANCIS * # @ Albany * BRYANT * ^ SACRED HEART * @ Central Conn. State * WAGNER * $ @ Duquesne *

Noon 7 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon 7 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon Noon Noon Noon Noon

* NEC game; # Homecoming; ^ Hall of Fame Day; $ Senior Day

Colonials At A Glance Starters Returning / Lost ............................ 9 / 15 Offensive Starters Returning / Lost ............ 6 / 5 Defensive Starters Returning / Lost ............ 3 / 8 Specialist Starters Returning / Lost ............ 0 / 2 Letterwinners Returning / Lost .............. 36 / 22 Offensive Starters Returning / Lost .......... 6 / 5 LT - A.J. Dalton .................................. 6-5, 285, So. C - Logan Miles .................................. 6-2, 290, Sr. RG - Brad Rodgers ............................ 6-2, 305, Sr. TE - Shadrae King ............................. 6-3, 225, Sr. QB - Jeff Sinclair ............................ 6-3, 190, Jr. FL - Anthony Coleman ................... 5-11, 200, Sr. Defensive Starters Returning / Lost ........... 3 / 8 LE - Nolan Nearhoof ......................... 6-2, 280, Jr. RE - Steve Mitchell ............................ 6-2, 250, Jr. OLB - Brad Banas ............................... 6-1, 220, Jr. Specialist Starters Returning / Lost ........... 0 / 2

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Northeast Conference 2010 Standings Team 1. C. Conn. State # Robert Morris # 3. Duquesne 4. Bryant Albany 6. Wagner Monmouth 8. Sacred Heart 9. Saint Francis

NEC 7-1 7-1 5-3 4-4 4-4 3-5 3-5 2-6 1-7

Pct. .875 .875 .625 .500 .500 .375 .375 .250 .125

Overall 8-3 8-3 7-4 7-4 6-5 5-6 3-8 4-7 1-10

NEC 2011 Players of the Week

Pct. Streak Home Away Neutral .727 W2 5-0 3-3 0-0 .800 L1 5-0 3-2 0-0 .636 W2 5-1 2-3 0-0 .636 L1 6-1 1-3 0-0 .545 W3 3-1 3-4 0-0 .455 L2 3-2 2-4 0-0 .273 L4 2-4 1-4 0-0 .364 W1 2-3 2-4 0-0 .091 L8 1-3 0-7 0-0

# Co-Champions (RMU earned FCS playoff bid due to head-to-head win over CCSU)

NEC 2011 Composite Schedule Saturday, September 3 Dayton @ Robert Morris Southern Conn. @ CCSU Saint Francis @ Wagner * Lehigh @ Monmouth Bryant @ Maine Duquesne @ Bucknell Albany @ Colgate Marist @ Sacred Heart

Noon Noon 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.

Saturday, September 10 American International @ Bryant Duquesne @ Dayton Wagner @ Richmond Saint Francis @ North Dakota State CCSU @ James Madison Robert Morris @ Liberty

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.

Saturday, September 17 Valparaiso @ Duquesne Noon Central Conn. State @ Wagner * 1 p.m. Robert Morris @ Morgan State 1 p.m. Morehead State @ Saint Francis 1 p.m. Bryant @ Sacred Heart * 1 p.m. Monmouth @ Villanova 3:30 p.m. Maine @ Albany 6 p.m. Saturday, September 24 Monmouth @ CCSU * Albany @ Columbia Dartmouth @ Sacred Heart Duquesne @ Saint Francis * Wagner @ Bryant * Saturday, October 1 Robert Morris @ Monmouth * Sacred Heart @ CCSU * Albany @ Saint Francis * Bryant @ Duquesne * Wagner @ Cornell Saturday, October 8 Sacred Heart @ Columbia Georgetown @ Wagner Stonehill @ Bryant

Noon 12:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon Noon 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Sept. 5: Sept. 12: Sept. 19: Sept. 26: Oct. 3: Oct. 10: Oct. 17: Oct. 24: Oct. 31: Nov. 7: Nov.14: Nov. 21: DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Saturday, October 8 (cont’d.) Duquesne @ Albany * Colgate @ Monmouth CCSU @ UMass Saint Francis @ Robert Morris *

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.

Saturday, October 15 CCSU @ Duquesne * Saint Francis @ Sacred Heart * Robert Morris @ Albany * Monmouth @ Bryant *

Noon Noon 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Saturday, October 22 Wagner @ Duquesne * Noon Bryant @ Robert Morris * Noon Albany @ CCSU * Noon Monmouth @ Sacred Heart * 1 p.m. Saint Francis @ Youngstown State 4 p.m. Saturday, October 29 Sacred Heart @ Robert Morris * CCSU @ Saint Francis * Duquesne @ Monmouth * Albany @ Wagner *

Noon 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Saturday, November 5 Robert Morris @ CCSU * Sacred Heart @ Wagner * Bryant @ Albany * Monmouth @ Saint Francis *

Noon 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Saturday, November 12 Albany @ Monmouth * Saint Francis @ Bryant * Wagner @ Robert Morris * Duquesne @ Sacred Heart *

Noon Noon Noon Noon

Saturday, November 19 CCSU @ Bryant * Robert Morris @ Duquesne * Wagner @ Monmouth * Sacred Heart @ Albany *

Noon Noon Noon 1 p.m.

Sept. 5: Sept. 12: Sept. 19: Sept. 26: Oct. 3: Oct. 10: Oct. 17: Oct. 24: Oct. 31: Nov. 7: Nov.14: Nov. 21: SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK Sept. 5: Sept. 12: Sept. 19: Sept. 26: Oct. 3: Oct. 10: Oct. 17: Oct. 24: Oct. 31: Nov. 7: Nov.14: Nov. 21: ROOKIE OF THE WEEK Sept. 5: Sept. 12: Sept. 19: Sept. 26: Oct. 3: Oct. 10: Oct. 17: Oct. 24: Oct. 31: Nov. 7: Nov.14: Nov. 21:

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2011 Robert Morris Football Game Notes vs. Dayton (9/3/11) - Page 3

Head Coach Joe Walton 18th Season - Pittsburgh ’57 At the forefront of the football renaissance at Robert Morris University throughout its 17-year history is Joe Walton, who has built the Colonials from a fledgling program into one of the top Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) teams in the region. The one constant associated with the program, Walton was named the first head coach July 27, 1993. He started the program from scratch, completing everything from hiring assistant coaches to purchasing equipment to recruiting student-athletes for the team’s inaugural season in 1994. Walton’s fingerprints are all over the football program, and to prove that, RMU has played its home games since 2005 in a stadium that bears his name. During his tenure, Walton has led Robert Morris to the first Northeast Conference championship in 1996, guided RMU to a perfect 10-0 season in 2000 and in 2010 helped lead the Colonials to the NEC’s inaugural bid to the NCAA FCS Playoffs with their league-high sixth regular-season championship. “It’s hard to believe,” Walton speaks on how fast time has elapsed. “I’ve said this many times before, and I mean it when I say that this situation is one of the best things that has ever happened to me in my life. It happened at the right time. Before this position became available, I felt I was too young to quit coaching, but I wasn’t anxious to get back into pro football. When this came along, it was the perfect fit. This situation was the perfect opportunity for me to continue to do what I like to do, and I’ve loved every minute of it.” Under Walton’s tutelage, the Colonials have claimed outright NEC regular-season titles three times (1997, 1999, 2000) while sharing three others (1996, 1998, 2010). Walton led Robert Morris to back-to-back ECAC Bowl victories in 1996 and 1997, and in 1999 and 2000 he guided RMU to a pair of NCAA I-AA mid-major national crowns according to Don Hansen’s National Weekly Football Gazette. In 2010, Walton added to his legacy by engineering the Colonials on an eightgame winning streak for a share of the NEC regular-season title and the NEC’s first bid in the NCAA FCS Playoffs. In the process he picked up his 100th career victory in the collegiate ranks.

Walton’s College Football Coaching Record Year Team Record Pct. 1994 Robert Morris 7-1-1 .833 1995 Robert Morris 6-4 .600 1996 Robert Morris 9-2 .818 1997 Robert Morris 8-3 .727 1998 Robert Morris 4-6 .400 1999 Robert Morris 8-2 .800 2000 Robert Morris 10-0 1.000 2001 Robert Morris 6-3 .667 2002 Robert Morris 3-7 .300 2003 Robert Morris 6-4 .600 2004 Robert Morris 6-5 .545 2005 Robert Morris 2-8 .200 2006 Robert Morris 7-4 .600 2007 Robert Morris * 3-6 .333 2008 Robert Morris 5-6 .455 2009 Robert Morris 5-6 .455 Robert Morris 8-3 .727 2010 17-Year Career Totals 103-70-1 .595

Walton’s College Coaching in the Postseason (ECAC Bowl) 1996 Robert Morris 28 Duquesne 26 1997 Robert Morris 35 Georgetown 13

* Former assistant Dan Radakovich served as interim head coach for RMU’s 20-17 victory @ Monmouth (9/8/07)

Walton and RMU vs. All-Time Foes Team Record Last Meeting Albany 6-6 W, 38-0 (10/16/10) Bethany 2-0 W, 32-7 (11/4/95) Bryant 0-3 L, 21-27 (11/13/10) Bucknell 0-2 L, 23-26 (9/12/09) Buffalo State 5-3 W, 47-10 (9/4/04) Butler 4-0 W, 35-14 (9/16/06) C.W. Post 1-0 W, 35-6 (11/16/96) C. Conn. State 13-4 W, 42-24 (11/6/10) Dayton 2-11 L, 14-28 (9/4/10) Duquesne 6-6 W, 34-11 (10/30/10) Gannon 3-2 L, 21-49 (10/26/02) Georgetown 1-0 W, 35-13 (11/22/97) Liberty 1-0 W, 30-23 (9/18/10) Mercyhurst 2-2 L, 10-17 (11/1/97) Monmouth 9-7 W, 17-16 (10/9/10) Morehead State 2-0 W, 27-13 (9/6/08) New Haven 0-1 L, 24-26 (11/14/98) North Dakota State 0-1 L, 17-43 (11/27/10) Rowan 1-1 W, 21-0 (9/23/06) Sacred Heart 7-6 W, 35-31 (9/11/10) Saint Francis 14-2-1 W, 35-14 (10/2/10) St. John’s 2-0 W, 28-0 (10/7/01) Saint Peter’s 2-0 W, 23-12 (10/30/04) Stony Brook 6-2 W, 21-6 (10/28/06) Towson 1-2 L, 30-33 (10/18/97) Valparaiso 0-2 L, 13-17 (9/18/99) VMI 0-2 L, 13-14 (9/5/09) Wagner 12-5 W, 30-9 (9/25/10) 2-0 W, 41-6 (9/2/95) Waynesburg Total 104-70-1 * .597 Winning Pct. * Note: Teams in bold 2010 opponents

The Walton File Who: Joseph Frank Walton Born: Dec. 15, 1935 (Beaver Falls, Pa.) Residence: Beaver Falls, Pa. Wife: Ginger (46 years who passed away 9/5/07) Daughters: Jodi (48), Stacey (46) Son: Joe (39) NFL Stats: 8 years, 178 receptions, 2,628 yards, 28 TD Alma Mater (Year): Pittsburgh (1957) Degree: History High School: Beaver Falls

Assistant Coaches John Banaszak ............................................. Assistant Head Coach Scott Farison ............................................. Defensive Coordinator Scott Benzel ......................................... Co-Defensive Coordinator Andrew Richardson ................................................ Offensive Line Bob Morris ........................................................................ Receivers Bill Hurley ............................................................. Asst. Secondary Patrick Shepard ............................................................. Tight Ends Steve Campos .................................... Special Offensive Assistant Sam Dorsett ............................................................ Running Backs Matt Grayson ............................... Defensive Line / Special Teams Camdin Crouse ......................................................... Quarterbacks


2011 Robert Morris Football Game Notes vs. Dayton (9/3/11) - Page 4

The All-Time Series RMU vs. Dayton Date 10/12/96 9/20/97 9/12/98 9/11/99 10/14/00 9/8/01 9/14/02 10/16/04 9/2/06 9/1/07 9/20/08 9/19/09 9/4/10

Dayton leads series, 11-2 Result Venue L, 21-31 Away L, 13-16 Home L, 22-31 Away W, 34-7 Home W, 17-13 Away L, 9-37 Home L, 10-24 Away L, 12-29 Home L, 14-21 Away L, 12-23 Home L, 14-31 Away L, 14-21 Home L, 14-28 Away

The Dayton Series All-Time At Robert Morris At Moon Stadium At Joe Walton Stadium At Dayton Current Streak Current Streak at RMU Current Streak at Dayton

Dayton, 11-2 Dayton, 5-1 Dayton, 3-1 Dayton, 2-0 Dayton, 6-1 Dayton, 8 Dayton, 4 Dayton, 4

Dayton Series Quick Outs Robert Morris has averaged just 12.4 points per game during its eight-game losing streak to Dayton, not scoring more than 14 points during that span ... Six of RMU’s 11 losses against the Flyers have been decided by 10 points or less ... RMU’s 17-13 victory over Dayton @ Welcome Stadium (10/14/00), the last victory for the Colonials in the all-time series, marked head coach Joe Walton’s 100th victory as head coach (combined professional and collegiate victories) ... In RMU’s last victory over the Flyers, a total of 9,615 patrons were in the stands at Welcome Stadium, the second largest crowd to witness an RMU football game in school history ... Former cornerback Joe Austin (1998-2001) helped the Colonials seal their last win over Dayton by intercepting former Flyers quarterback Kelly Spiker at the RMU 5-yard line with 1:23 to play to preserve a 17-13 victory ... Former linebacker Nate List’s (1994-97) 97-yard interception return @ Welcome Stadium in 1996 is the longest touchdown in school history ... In his first career game against Dayton last season, quarterback Jeff Sinclair finished 14-for-29 passing for 146 yards, a touchdown and an interception while also rushing another score ... Wide receiver Anthony Coleman finished with three catches for 61 yards and a touchdown in last year’s meeting

Last RMU Game vs. Dayton Game #1 Dayton 28, Robert Morris 14 September 4, 2010 / Dayton, Ohio Welcome Stadium (Attendance: 3,377) - Steve Valentino tossed a pair of touchdown passes in the second quarter to help give Dayton a 21-0 halftime lead and the Flyers held on for a 28-14 win over Robert Morris in the 2010 season opener for both programs. Down by three scores late in the third quarter, the Colonials mounted a comeback with 14 consecutive points within the span of a minute and 53 seconds. Struggling to move the ball most of the game, RMU got on the board and trimmed Dayton’s advantage to 21-7 with just 1:06 left in the third quarter by engineering a seven-play, 92-yard scoring drive. Quarterback Jeff Sinclair capped the drive with a 33-yard scoring strike to wide receiver Anthony Coleman. It was a balanced offensive possession for Robert Morris, as running back Myles Russ ran twice for 28 yards, while Sinclair completed a 14-yard pass to split end T.J. Green before hooking up with Coleman for the score. On Dayton’s third play of its next possession, Valentino was intercepted by cornerback Rolf Bathold, who returned the pick 37 yards to the six-yard line of the Flyers with just two seconds remaining in the third quarter. The Colonials would capitalize on the interception, as Sinclair helped cut RMU’s deficit to just a touchdown, 21-14, by scoring from a yard out on 4th-and-goal from the one-yard line of the Flyers with 14:13 to play. Momentum in RMU’s favor, on the third play of Dayton’s next possession safety Michael Landers stepped in front of wide receiver Nick Collins and intercepted Valentino again. Landers raced down the sideline toward the end zone, but on the tackle Valentino stripped Landers to force a fumble. Tyler Hujik pounced on the loose ball, helping give possession back to Dayton at its own 19-yard line. Valentino atoned for his pair of interceptions, marching the Flyers 81 yards on 10 plays, their fourth such scoring drive of at least 65 yards on the afternoon, before Brian Mack scored on a three-yard touchdown run with 7:45 to play to give Dayton a 28-14 advantage. The Flyers had taken an early 7-0 lead when Andrew Zapinski scored from two yards out with 10:13 to play in the first quarter. Valentino’s 48-yard run down to the Robert Morris two-yard line helped set up the first score of the afternoon. Score By Quarters Robert Morris Dayton

1 0 7

2 0 14

3 7 0

4 7 7

Final 14 28

Scoring Summary Q Time 1st 10:13 2nd 8:26 0:40 3rd 1:06 4th 14:13 7:45

Score UD - Zapinski 2-yard run (Glavin kick) UD - Watkins 24-yard pass from Valentino (Glavin kick) UD - Collins 4-yard pass from Valentino (Glavin kick) RMU - Coleman 33-yard pass from Sinclair (Clawson kick) RMU - Sinclair 1-yard run (Clawson kick) UD - Mack 3-yard run (Glavin kick)

2010 Records to Date Robert Morris (0-1) / Dayton (1-0) Weather at Kickoff 68 degrees; mostly cloudy; winds WNW @ 16 mph Key Statistics: Rushing … Russ (RMU) 14-70- 0 TD, Valentino (UD) 16-106- 0 TD; Passing … Sinclair (RMU) 14-for-29, 146- 1 TD- 1 INT, Valentino (UD) 19-for-37, 211- 2 TD- 2 INT; Receiving … King (RMU) 6-42-0 TD, Coleman (RMU) 3-61-1 TD, Watkins (UD) 8-95-1 TD; Defense … DiMichele (RMU) 13 tackles, Robbe (UD) 9 tackles


2011 Robert Morris Football Game Notes vs. Dayton (9/3/11) - Page 5

Robert Morris Quick Facts THE UNIVERSITY Location: Moon Township, Pa. Founded: 1921 Enrollment: 5,000 President: Gregory G. Dell’Omo, Ph.D. Affiliation: NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Conference: Northeast (NEC) Home Field (capacity): Joe Walton Stadium (3,000) Playing Surface: Field Turf School Colors: Blue (282) and White with Red (187) Nickname: Colonials University Website: www.rmu.edu Athletics Website: www.rmucolonials.com INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Director of Athletics: Craig Coleman, M.D. Associate Athletic Director: Marty Galosi Assistant Athletic Director: / SWA: Addie Muti Assistant Athletic Director: Sean Simmons Assistant Athletic Director: Ryan Fleischer Faculty Representative: Scott Branvold, Ed.D. Division I Programs: 23 (10 men, 13 women) Athletics Phone: (412) 397-4913 THE TEAM Head Coach: Joe Walton (Pittsburgh, 1957) Walton’s Record at RMU: 103-70-1 (.595 - 17th season) Walton’s Career Record: 103-70-1 (.595 -17th season) Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 36 / 22 Starters Returning / Lost: 9 / 15 Basic Offense: Pro Style Basic Defense: Multiple PROGRAM HISTORY First Season of Football: 1994 All-Time Football Record: 104-70-1 (.597) All-Time NEC Record (1996 - present): 66-33 (.667) Northeast Conference Championships: 6 All-Northeast Conference Selections: 116 NCAA FCS Playoff Appearances / Last: 1 / 2010 Last Postseason Opponent: North Dakota State Result: L, 17-43 All-Time Joe Walton Stadium Record (2005 - ): 17-14 (.548) All-Time Moon Stadium Record (1994-2004): 41-13 (.759) All-Time Road Record: 46-43-1 (.517) SPORTS INFORMATION SID (Football Contact): Jim Duzyk Duzyk’s Office: (412) 397-4919 Duzyk’s Cell: (412) 498-8359 Duzyk’s E-mail Address: duzyk@rmu.edu SID Fax: (412) 397-4943 Football Press Box: (412) 397-3280 Assistant Sports Information Director: Ken Baker Sports Information Graduate Assistant: Spencer Kowitz Sports Information Graduate Assistant: Brian Deutsch Robert Morris University Athletics Joe Walton Stadium 6001 University Boulevard Moon Township, PA 15108-1189

Fresh Faces - The 2010 version of the Colonials featured one of the best senior classes in school history, and while the loss of those seniors has created openings in the starting lineup in 2011, the time is now for some at Robert Morris. A total of 11 Colonials will make their first career start Saturday against Dayton, including eight on defense. Included in that group is freshman Duane Mitchell, who earns the start at halfback. Mitchell is just the second true freshman in school history to receive the starting assignment at halfback in the 17-year history of the program. Former Colonial Brian Harden started in the backfield in a 21-14 setback @ Dayton (9/2) to open the 2006 campaign. Mitchell’s backup at the position, Justin Brooks, is also a true freshman. Experience Counts - Freshmen Duane Mitchell and Justin Brooks will each have a veteran offensive line to work with in 2011, which could help aid in the development of the duo. Despite sophomore Jon Hill earning his first career start at right tackle Saturday against Dayton, the other four members of the offensive line have combined for 59 career starting assignments. The leader of the group is senior right guard Brad Rodgers, who owns 22 career starts on the line, including 20 straight. Seniors Brian Bevilacqua (LG) and Logan Miles (C) own 16 and 15 career starts, respectively, while sophomore A.J. Dalton (LT) has been in the starting lineup six times. Dr. Dre - Senior tight end Shadrae King enters his final season of eligibility in 2011 looking to keep a streak intact. King closed out the 2010 season in the first round of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Playoffs @ North Dakota State by leading the receiving corps with five catches for 68 yards. The performance marked the 19th straight game dating back to the 2009 campaign that King has recorded at least one reception, a new school record by a tight end. Former Colonial Brent Hockenberry (2000-01) finished with at least one catch in 17 straight games over the course of the 2000 and 2001 seasons. One of seven players in school history to record at least one catch in 15 straight games, King will look to break the overall school record in 2011, which is held by former wide receiver Opio Gary (1998-2000). Gary closed out his Robert Morris career by posting at least one reception in each of his final 22 games. In The Groove - Sophomore quarterback Jeff Sinclair developed into one of the best quarterbacks in the Northeast Conference in just his second year of Division I football, and the proof is in the numbers. During RMU’s eight-game wining streak that clinched a share of the 2010 NEC regular-season title, Sinclair completed 53.9 percent (90-for167) of his passes for 1,469 yards, 19 touchdowns and just five interceptions. Sinclair finished the 2010 campaign as the Northeast Conference leader in touchdown passes (22) while ranking fifth in the league in passing yards per game (174.5). In addition, his pass efficiency of 133.03 ranked second in the NEC. Many Happy Returns - Senior Anthony Coleman has been a rock for Robert Morris on special teams over the last three years, as the wide receiver enters the 2011 campaign owning Robert Morris career records for kickoff returns (69) and kickoff return yards (1,470). Thanks to his consistency on special teams, Coleman enters his final season of eligibility in 2011 with 2,265 career all-purpose yards, which ranks 10th all-time at Robert Morris, and an opportunity to become just the sixth player in school history to eclipse 3,000 career all-purpose yards. Those Issues Are Secondary - A key area that Robert Morris was hurt by graduation from 2010 is the secondary. The four starters during RMU’s championship run in 2010 were all seniors and concluded their careers with combined totals of 575 tackles and 27 interceptions. Each of RMU’s four starters Saturday against Dayton will be making their first career collegiate start and features a senior (Alex Tarr), a junior (Ben Ridgeley), a junior college transfer (Antwan Smith) and a sophomore (D.J. Myers). The quartet enters Saturday’s game with combined career totals of 23 tackles and three interceptions. Start Me Up - Seniors Anthony Coleman and Brad Rodgers each enter the 2011 campaign as RMU’s active leader in career starting assignments with 22. Coleman has started 22 straight at wide receiver, the longest active streak for consecutive starts, while Rodgers owns 20 straight starts on the offensive line and 22 overall.


2011 Robert Morris Football Game Notes vs. Dayton (9/3/11) - Page 6 Making The Grade - Defensive lineman Nolan Nearhoof became the third player in program history to be named to the Capital One Academic AllAmerica Team in 2010 when he earned second team accolades. Nearhoof owns a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.87 as a biology major and joined former Colonials Jonathan LeDonne (2001-04) and Ray Gensler (200306) to earn the honor. LeDonne, a linebacker, was named to the 2004 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team, while Gensler, a defensive lineman, was a two-time honoree, earning second team accolades in 2005 and first team honors in 2006. On the 2010 campaign Nearhoof finished with 49 tackles, which tied for fifth on the team, and paced the Colonials with five and-a-half sacks. Jazzy Jeff - Junior quarterback Jeff Sinclair enters the 2011 campaign with a career record of 13-5 (.722) as RMU’s starting quarterback since being inserted as the starter at the position midway through the 2009 campaign. Thanks to leading the Colonials to a 38-0 win over Albany (10/16/10) last season, Sinclair now owns the best start by a Robert Morris quarterback in school history. He surpassed inaugural signal caller Jake Newman (1994-97), who posted a record of 10-3-1 (.750) in his first 14 starts over the course of the 1994 and 1995 seasons. Sinclair has helped the Colonials average over 300 yards of total offense per game (332.7) since taking over the reigns as the starter at quarterback for Robert Morris. Finding His Man - Junior Jeff Sinclair was a consistent presence at quarterback in his second season in 2010, tying the RMU single-season school record for touchdown passes. Thanks to a pair of touchdown passes in RMU’s regular-season finale @ Bryant (11/13), Sinclair tied the RMU single-season school record of 22 that was originally established by former quarterback Tim Levcik (1998-2001) in 2001. Sinclair tossed two or more touchdown passes in seven of RMU’s 11 games in 2010, and all-time Robert Morris owns a record of 8-2 (.800) when he tosses two or more touchdown passes in a game. King of Queens - Senior tight end Shadrae King has already moved into the top five all-time at Robert Morris for career receptions after leading the Colonials in 2010 with 43 receptions for 531 yards and seven touchdowns. King led the Colonials with five receptions for 68 yards @ No. 25 North Dakota State (11/27/10) in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Playoffs, pushing his career total in receptions to 94. That total is tied for third all-time at Robert Morris with former wide receiver Sherrod Evers (2006-09). Entering his final season of eligibility in 2011, King needs 19 interceptions to eclipse the school record of 112 held by former wide receiver Tyjuan Massey (2002-05).

Last RMU Game Game #11 • #25 North Dakota State 43, Robert Morris 17 November 27, 2010 • Fargo, N.D. Fargodome (Attendance: 12,202) - No. 25 North Dakota State scored 23 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to break open a tight game as the Bison advanced to the second round of the 2010 NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) playoffs with a 43-17 win over Robert Morris. The Colonials had pulled to within 20-17 with 12:05 to play thanks to a 46-yard field goal from sophomore kicker Greg Langer, but the Bison responded on their next drive to take a 27-17 advantage when Brock Jensen scored on a five-yard touchdown run. The big play of the drive came when Jensen hit D.J. McNorton on a screen, and McNorton scampered 61 yards to the five-yard line of Robert Morris. Freshman Evan Taylor fumbled the ensuing kickoff but was able to recovering before being taken down at the RMU one-yard line, and on the first play of the possession sophomore quarterback Jeff Sinclair was tackled in the end zone by Matthew Gratzek for a safety, giving NDSU a 29-17 lead. North Dakota State got the ball back after a free kick and took control of the contest when McNorton produced a 12-yard touchdown run to cap a four-play, 55-yard drive that increased the lead for the Bison to 36-17. In the first half, RMU took the opening kickoff and marched 69 yards on 10 plays to take an early 7-0 lead when senior running back Myles Russ scored on a five-yard touchdown run. Sinclair was the catalyst during the drive, rushing three times for 39 yards while connecting with junior tight end Shadrae King twice, including an 18-yard strike that moved the ball to the five-yard line of NDSU. RMU’s defense made the opening touchdown stand in the first 30 minutes, as the only points the Bison put on the board came courtesy of Ryan Jastram, who connected on field goals of 34 and 51 yards. Robert Morris had an opportunity to increase its lead further early in the second quarter, reaching the NDSU one-yard line before facing a fourth-and-goal situation. RMU decided to go for it but was turned away when senior Raphael Johnson tried to spin away from a tackle and fumbled, turning the ball back over to North Dakota State. Trailing, 7-6, entering the second half, the Bison took their first lead of the contest on the opening drive after intermission when Jensen hit Warren Holloway for a 32-yard touchdown pass. NDSU eventually increased its advantage to 20-7 when McNorton hauled in a screen pass from Jensen and scrambled 49 yards to the end zone for a touchdown with 2:04 to go in the third quarter.

Home Sweet Home - Slowly but surely, Robert Morris has learned to protect its home turf at Joe Walton Stadium. Thanks to a 42-24 win over Central Connecticut State (11/6/10) that clinched a share of the 2010 Northeast Conference championship, RMU has now posted eight straight victories at “The Joe” dating back to the 2009 campaign. It marks the longest winning Score By Quarters streak at home for the Colonials since opening the stadium in 2005. Overall, Robert Morris Robert Morris owns a record of 17-14 (.548) in six seasons at Joe Walton Bryant Stadium. Turkey Turnover - A key to the success Robert Morris had in 2010 was the team’s ability to create turnovers. In 11 games the Colonials posted a turnover margin of +9, an average of 0.82 per game that topped the Northeast Conference while ranking 12th in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). In 2010 Robert Morris posted 18 interceptions and recovered eight fumbles while suffering just 10 picks and seven fumbles. Over their last 16 games dating back to the 2009 campaign, a stretch in which RMU is 13-3 (.813), the Colonials own a turnover margin of +18, an average of 1.13 per game.

1 7 3

2 0 3

3 7 14

4 3 23

Final 17 43

2010 Records to Date Robert Morris (8-3) / North Dakota state (8-4) Weather at Kickoff: Indoors Key Statistics: Rushing … Russ (RMU) 25-117- 2 TD; McNorton (NDSU) 27-110- 1 TD; Passing … Sinclair (RMU) 9-for-24, 146- 0 TD, 1 INT; Jensen (NDSU) 10-for-24, 229- 2 TD, 1 INT; Receiving … King (RMU) 568- 0 TD, Holloway (NDSU) 5-62- 1 TD; Defense … Richards (RMU) 9 tackles, Olson (NDSU) 11 tackles


2011 Robert Morris Football Game Notes vs. Dayton (9/3/11) - Page 7 The Comeback Kids - As long as quarterback Jeff Sinclair and tight end Shadrae King are on the Robert Morris roster, anything is possible. Last season, Robert Morris trailed three times @ Sacred Heart (9/11/10) in its 2010 Northeast Conference opener before pulling out a victory when Sinclair connected with King for an eight-yard touchdown pass with 17 seconds to play. Included in RMU’s comeback against the Pioneers were a pair of double-digit deficits. The Colonials trailed, 14-0, in the second quarter before rallying to tie the game at halftime, 14-14. In the third quarter the Pioneers pushed their advantage back to double digits, 24-14, but a pair of touchdowns early in the fourth quarter gave Robert Morris its first lead of the 2010 season, 28-24. RMU’s win over Sacred Heart marks the fifth time in the 17-year history of the program the Colonials have climbed out of a two-touchdown deficit for a victory, the largest in school history. Surprisingly, four of those five instances have come on the road. A look at each of the five games: Deficit 0-14 0-14 17-31 0-14 0-14

Opponent (Date) @ Mercyhurst (11/12/94) Wagner (10/14/95) @ Wagner (10/28/00) @ Monmouth (9/8/07) @ Sacred Heart (9/11/10)

Quarter 1st 4th 4th 1st 2nd

Result W, 37-27 W, 18-16 W, 38-31 (OT) W, 20-17 W, 35-31

Cool, Calm, Collected - If anything, quarterback Jeff Sinclair has proven that he has ice in his veins when Robert Morris is looking for big plays late in games. In addition to engineering a game-winning scoring drive in a 35-31 victory @ Sacred Heart (9/11/10) last season, the signal caller did it again a week later in the fourth quarter of a 30-23 upset win over No. 14/15 Liberty (9/18/10) at Joe Walton Stadium. Sinclair marched the Colonials 80 yards on six plays, which was capped by a 12-yard touchdown run by former running back Myles Russ (2007-10) with just 22 seconds to play. Sinclair finished 4-for-4 passing for 68 yards in the game-winning drive and is just the second RMU quarterback in school history to engineer back-to-back game-winning drives in the fourth quarter. He joins all-time leading passer Tim Levcik (1998-01). Levcik turned the trick in victories @ Wagner (10/28/00) and @ Sacred Heart (11/4/00) during RMU’s undefeated season in 2000. King Me - Tight end Shadrae King has developed into quarterback Jeff Sinclair’s favorite target, and that was certainly the case in RMU’s 35-31 victory @ Sacred Heart (9/11/10). King finished with eight catches for career high totals in both receiving yards (133) and touchdowns catches (3) against the Pioneers, including the game-winning touchdown with just 17 seconds to play. King is the fifth player in school history, and first tight end, to catch three touchdown passes in a game and the first since alltime leading receiver Tyjuan Massey (2002-05) established a single-game school record with four touchdown catches against Stony Brook (10/29/05). Saturday Night Lights - In addition to playing its first game on artificial turf since 2006 and its first game ever in a dome in the preliminary round of the 2010 NCAA Division I FCS playoffs @ North Dakota State (11/27/10), Robert Morris played for just the fifth time in the 17-year history of the program in which the kickoff was after 5:00 p.m. The opening kickoff at the Fargodome was 7:00 p.m. The Colonials own a record of 1-4 (.200) all-time in night games, with all five of those contests coming on the road. Robert Morris has a pair of night games on its 2011 schedule and will also host its first night game in school history when it takes on Saint Francis at Joe Walton Stadium in a 7:00 p.m. kickoff Saturday, Oct. 8. A look at each of RMU’s night games: Date 9/16/95 10/6/95 11/15/03 9/12/09 11/27/10 9/10/11 10/8/11

Opponent @ Duquesne @ Gannon @ Duquesne @ Bucknell @ NDSU @ Liberty Saint Francis

Kickoff 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Stadium Rooney Field Erie Stadium Rooney Field Christy-Mathewson Stadium Fargodome Williams Stadium Joe Walton Stadium

Result W, 38-20 L, 29-30 L, 28-33 L, 23-26 L, 17-43 ??? ???

2011 NEC Preseason Poll as voted by league head coaches

Team (First-Place Votes) 1. Central Connecticut State (5) 2. Duquesne (2) 3. Robert Morris (1) 4. Albany 5. Bryant (1) 6. Monmouth 7. Wagner 8. Sacred Heart 9. Saint Francis

The Sports Network FCS Top 25 as of August 15, 2011

Team (First-Place Votes) 1. Eastern Washington (90) 2. Appalachian State (14) 3. William & Mary (20) 4. Georgia Southern (11) 5. Delaware (2) 6. Montana State 7. Northern Iowa 8. Wofford 9. Jacksonville State 10. New Hampshire (1) 11. North Dakota State 12. Montana 13. Lehigh 14. Villanova(2) 15. James Madison 16. Richmond 17. Stephen F. Austin 18. Central Arkansas 19. Southern Illinois 20. McNeese State 21. Chattanooga 22. Liberty 23. South Carolina State 24. Sacramento State 25. Massachusetts

2010 Record 13-2 10-3 8-4 10-5 12-3 9-3 7-5 10-3 9-3 8-5 9-5 7-4 10-3 9-5 6-5 6-5 9-3 7-4 5-6 6-5 6-5 8-3 9-3 6-5 6-5

Pts. 3,377 3,142 3,110 3,095 2,806 2,623 2,452 2,357 2,028 2,025 1,720 1,668 1,351 1,262 1,247 987 969 961 934 701 672 630 628 587 519

Others Receiving Votes: Penn 456, Bethune-Cookman 425, Southeast Missouri State 341, Murray State 315, Western Illinois 247, Southern Utah 240, Jacksonville 215

NEC Champions since 1996 1996 ................................................... Robert Morris, Monmouth 1997 ........................................................................ Robert Morris 1998 ................................................... Robert Morris, Monmouth 1999 ........................................................................ Robert Morris 2000 ....................................................................... Robert Morris 2001 .......................................................................... Sacred Heart 2002 .................................................................................... Albany 2003 ............................................................... Monmouth, Albany 2004 .............................. Monmouth, Central Connecticut State 2005 ........................... Central Connecticut State, Stony Brook 2006 ............................................................................. Monmouth 2007 .................................................................................... Albany 2008 .................................................................................... Albany 2009 ................................................... Central Connecticut State 2010 ......................... Robert Morris, Central Connecticut State


2011 Robert Morris Football Game Notes vs. Dayton (9/3/11) - Page 8

2010 NCAA Rankings Team Turnover Margin ......... 12 ............................... 0.82 Net Punting ................ 14 ............................ 36.34 Rushing Defense .......... 18 ............................ 113.82 Total Defense ............... 23 ........................... 312.64 Scoring Defense ........... 27 ............................. 20.55 Rushing Offense ........ 29 .......................... 183.73 Punt Returns .............. 29 ............................. 11.52 Passing Efficiency ....... 34 ............................ 131.98 Scoring Offense .......... 36 ............................ 28.45 Pass Efficiency Def. ... 38 ........................... 117.21 Pass Defense ............... 52 .......................... 198.82 Total Offense ............... 54 .......................... 358.27 Sacks ............................. 57 ............................... 1.82 Passing Offense ......... 77 .......................... 174.55 Tackles for Loss .......... 77 ............................... 5.55 Kickoff Returns ............ 94 ............................. 18.59

Individual Rushing ...................... 7 ................... Russ (123.91) Punting ...................... 19 ...... Schirtzinger (41.00) All Purpose ................ 22 ................... Russ (135.91) Interceptions .......... T-23 ............... Landers (0.45) Passing Efficiency ..... 33 ............. Sinclair (133.03) Tackles .................... T-36 ........... DiMichele (9.55) Tackles for Loss ...... T-38 ................ Navarro (1.23) Total Offense ............. 59 ............. Sinclair (190.91)

Stat Facts Most Rushing Yards, Consecutive Games Tim Hall - 477 (1994) - 278 yards @ Bethany (11/5) - 199 yards vs. Mercyhurst (11/12) Most Passing Yards, Consecutive Games Tim Levcik - 640 (2001) - 277 vs. Wagner (10/27) - 363 vs. Stony Brook (11/3) Most Receiving Yards, Consecutive Games Tyjuan Massey - 299 (2005) - 27 @ Albany (11/5) - 272 vs. Sacred Heart (11/12) Career 100-yard rushing games Sam Dorsett - 19 (1999-2003) Active 100-yard rushing games None Career 100-yard receiving games Tyjuan Massey - 7 (2002 -05) Active 100-yard receiving games Shadrae King - 2 (2008 - ) Career 200-yard passing games Drew Geyer - 17 (2002-05) Erik Cwalinski - 17 (2005-08) Active 200-yard passing games Jeff Sinclair - 4 (2009 - ) Career 10+ tackle games James Noel - 24 (2002-05) Active 10+ tackle games None

Preseason Honors - A total of five Colonials earned spots on the 2011 All-Northeast Conference Preseason Team. Junior quarterback Jeff Sinclair, senior center Logan Miles and senior tight end Shadrae King were placed on offense, junior defensive lineman Nolan Nearhoof earned a spot on defense and senior Anthony Coleman was picked as the return specialist on special teams. In addition, King was named to the 2011 Preseason Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) All-America Second Team by both The Sports Network and Phil Steele and the 2011 Preseason FCS Honorable Mention Team by Consensus Draft Services. Sack Happy - One area the Colonials showed a penchant for during their Northeast Conference championship run in 2010 was putting pressure on the opposing quarterback. In its seven victories in league play, Robert Morris recorded 20 sacks, an average of 2.50 per game. Overall on the 2010 campaign RMU posted 21 sacks, which ranked third in the NEC. It was a balanced attack, as 10 different Colonials posted at least half a sack in 2010. Leading RMU was defensive lineman Nolan Nearhoof, who finished with five and-a-half sacks and enters his junior season in 2011 as RMU’s active career leader with eight and-a-half sacks. Overall, the Colonials return 11.5 of their 21 sacks from a year ago. Mitchell On The Move - Did any student-athlete have a better year in 2010-11 than Steve Mitchell? In the fall of 2010, Mitchell started all 11 games on the defensive line, recording 37 tackles in helping Robert Morris claim its sixth NEC regular-season championship and the league’s inaugural bid to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Playoffs. In the spring of 2011 he ignited the RMU outdoor track & field squad to a second-place finish at the 2011 NEC Outdoor Track & Field Championships with 133 points, the squad’s highest finish since winning the 2000 NEC Outdoor Track & Field title with 146.5 points. Mitchell was named the 2011 Most Outstanding Field Performer after claiming gold in the hammer throw and silver in the shot put. He posted a toss of 50.83 meters in the hammer and a throw of 16.29 meters in the shot, establishing a new RMU outdoor school record. To top it off, Mitchell owns a 3.55 cumulative grade point average as a management major. The Streak Continued - The football program helped Robert Morris extend one of its most impressive streaks in school history in the fall of 2010. The Colonials returned to the top of the Northeast Conference after a 10-year hiatus with a record of 7-1 (.875) in league play and shared the 2010 regular-season championship with Central Connecticut State. However, by virtue of a 42-24 victory over the Blue Devils at Joe Walton Stadium (11/6/10), RMU clinched the NEC’s inaugural bid to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Playoffs. It marked the 12th straight season that Robert Morris has sent at least one of its programs to an NCAA Tournament, dating back to the 1999-2000 campaign. A look at the programs that have appeared in the NCAA Tournament over the last 12 years ... Year 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

Sport Volleyball Volleyball Volleyball Volleyball Volleyball Softball

Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Sport Men’s Soccer Women’ Basketball Women’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Football


2011 Robert Morris Football Game Notes vs. Dayton (9/3/11) - Page 9 Run, Forrest, Run - Robert Morris was absolutely spectacular in 2010 in stopping the run, as the Colonials led the Northeast Conference in rushing defense, allowing an average of just 113.82 yards per game. That total was good enough to rank 18th in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). RMU was especially stingy against league foes, as in eight games the Colonials allowed just 684 yards rushing, an average of 85.5 yards per contest that topped the NEC. The school record for fewest rushing yards allowed per game was set by the 2006 Robert Morris defense, which allowed an average of just 99.8 yards per contest. Rank and File - Robert Morris certainly posted a defining victory when it garnered a 30-23 upset win over No. 14/15 Liberty (9/18) at Joe Walton Stadium, but should it really come as a surprise? The victory improved the Colonials to a perfect 2-0 when squaring off with a ranked opponent. RMU defeated fellow Northeast Conference foe Central Connecticut State, 23-17, in a pair of overtimes at Joe Walton Stadium Oct. 14, 2006, for its first win over a ranked opponent. The Blue Devils entered that game ranked No. 19 by The Sports Network, while the Flames occupied the No. 15 spot in TSN’s poll before falling to the Colonials. RMU’s loss @ North Dakota State (11/27) in the first round of the 2010 NCAA FCS Playoffs dropped RMU to 2-1 (.667) all-time when facing off with a ranked opponent, as the Bison entered the game ranked 25th by The Sports Network. To see the latest FCS national rankings by The Sports Network, please see page 7 of today’s game notes. Get To The Chopper - A quick glance at RMU’s record when broken down proves how important it is the Colonials get off to a good start in contests. When Robert Morris is leading at halftime, the program owns an all-time record of 84-10 (.894). When trailing at the break, Robert Morris owns a mark of 10-53-1 (.164). Even going into halftime tied is beneficial, as the Colonials own an overall record of 10-7 (.588) in such games. The Magic Mark - Since the Colonials began play in 1994 there have been 69 games in which Robert Morris has scored 30 or more points. In those contests RMU boasts a record of 65-4 (.942), including a record of 38-4 (.905) in games in which the team scores between 30 and 39 points. In games in which the Colonials score 40 or more points, RMU is a perfect 27-0. RMU Football Historical Tidbits - The inaugural running back at Robert Morris, the late Tim Hall (1994-95), rushed for 2,908 yards in his two seasons as a Colonial. Hall still owns the FCS season and career records for yards per carry, with his season record of 8.7 yards per carry set in 1994 and his twoyear career record of 7.4 established in 1994 and 1995 ... Hall also ranks fourth all-time in the FCS in all-purpose yards per game (194.8) ... Former Colonial linebacker James Noel (2002-05) ranks fifth in the FCS record book for career tackles per game (10.7), while his career tackle total of 437 takedowns ranks 12th all-time ... Former linebacker Alex DiMichele (2007-10) averaged 10.3 tackles per game over his three years in a Robert Morris uniform, which is tied for eighth all-time in the FCS record book with former Saint Francis linebacker Matthew Parker, who played from 2007 to 2010. The Last Time a Colonial ... Rushed for 200 or more yards in a game: Myles Russ, 246 (10/11/08 vs. Duquesne - span of 27 games) ... Passed for 300 or more yards in a game: Erik Cwalinski, 307 (11/12/05 vs. Sacred Heart - span of 54 games) ... Passed for 400 or more yards in a game: Rich Demaio, 444 (11/15/03 @ Duquesne - span of 74 games) ... Scored three or more touchdowns in a game: Myles Russ, 3 (9/18/10 vs. Liberty - span of 8 games) ... Made 15 or more tackles in a game: Alex DiMichele, 19 (10/2/10 @ Saint Francis span of 6 games) ... Had three or more interceptions in a game: Brian Dunn, 3 (10/8/94 vs. Duquesne - span of 169 games) ... Had three or more sacks in a game: Adam Lawrence, 3 (11/7/09 @ Albany - span of 13 games).

Robert Morris 2010 Weekly Honors THE SPORTS NETWORK / FATHEAD.COM Sr. RB Myles Russ - Offensive Player of the Week (9/20) NORTHEAST CONFERENCE Sr. LB Elias Navarro - Co-Defensive Player of the Week (9/13) Sr. RB Myles Russ - Offensive Player of the Week (9/20) Sr. P Nick Schirtzinger - Special Teams Player of the Week (9/20) R-Sr. DB Michael Landers - Co-Defensive Player of the Week (9/27) Sr. LB Alex DiMichele - Defensive Player of the Week (10/4) Sr. RB Myles Russ - Offensive Player of the Week (10/18) Sr. RB Myles Russ - Co-Offensive Player of the Week (11/1) Sr. RB Myles Russ - Offensive Player of the Week (11/8) Sr. LB Alex DiMichele - Defensive Player of the Week (11/8) COLLEGE FOOTBALL PERFORMANCE AWARDS * Sr. P Nick Schirtzinger - Honorable Mention (9/6) Sr. LB Elias Navarro - FCS LB Performer of the Week (9/13) Jr. TE Shadrae King - FCS WR Co-Performer of the Week (9/13) Sr. RB Myles Russ - Honorable Mention (9/20) Sr. P Nick Schirtzinger - Honorable Mention (9/20) So. QB Jeff Sinclair - Honorable Mention (9/27) R-Sr. DB Michael Landers - Honorable Mention (9/27) Sr. RB Myles Russ - Honorable Mention (11/8) Sr. LB Elias Navarro - Honorable Mention (11/8) * For more information on the College Football Performance Awards, please visit www.collegefootballperformance.com

The Start Chart CAREER STARTS AT ROBERT MORRIS NAME Con. 08 09 Miller, S. 0 11 11 Coleman, A. 22 0 11 Rodgers, B. 20 2 9 King, S. 19 0 9 Roberts, C. 18 1 7 Sinclair, J. 18 -7 Bevilacqua, B. 0 0 11 Miles, L. 11 2 2 Nearhoof, N. 11 -2 Mitchell, S. 11 -0 Banas, B. 10 -0 Dalton, A.J. 6 --Langer, Greg 4 -0 Krepps, J. 0 0 0 Cromwell, J. 0 -1 Caperelli, A. 0 0 0 Cobb, J. 0 --Cook, R.J. 0 -0 Cooper, K. 0 -0 Hill, J. 0 --Mitchell, D. 0 --Myers, D.J. 0 --Ridgeley, B. 0 -0 Smith, A. 0 --Tarr, A. 0 0 0

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

11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL 22 22 22 20 19 18 16 15 13 11 10 6 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Robert Morris Captains Robert Morris captains are selected at the beginning of practice the Friday prior to a game by head coach Joe Walton and his staff. One player is picked from the RMU offense, defense and special teams, and each are awarded by the individual’s play in the previous week’s contest. Captains for the season opener are based on the individual’s play in training camp. A look at each of the 2011 Robert Morris captains, broken down game-by-game: OFFENSE DAYTON @ Liberty @ Morgan State @ Monmouth SAINT FRANCIS @ Albany BRYANT SACRED HEART @ C. Conn. State WAGNER @ Duquesne

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DEFENSE DAYTON @ Liberty @ Morgan State @ Monmouth SAINT FRANCIS @ Albany BRYANT SACRED HEART @ C. Conn. State WAGNER @ Duquesne

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SPECIAL TEAMS DAYTON @ Liberty @ Morgan State @ Monmouth SAINT FRANCIS @ Albany BRYANT SACRED HEART @ C. Conn. State WAGNER @ Duquesne

RMU’s All-Time Record When ... Scores less than 10 points: 3-13 (.188) Scores 10-19 points: 9-29-1 (.244) Scores 20-29 points: 27-24 (.529) Scores 30-39 points: 38-4 (.905) Scores 40-49 points: 25-0 (1.000) Scores 50+ points: 2-0 (1.000) Scores a special teams touchdown: 5-3 (.625) Has a 100-yard rusher: 60-21-1 (.738) Has a 200-yard rusher: 9-1 (.900) Has a 100-yard receiver: 32-17 (.653) Has a 300-yard passer: 5-3 (.625) Has three interceptions in a game: 18-4 (.818) Has four + interceptions in a game: 7-0 (1.000) Has 1-4 sacks in a game: 72-49 (.595) Has five + sacks in a game: 20-4 (.833) All-Time Record: 104-70-1 (.597) All-Time Home Record: 58-27 (.682) All-Time Road Record: 46-43-1 (.517) Playing on Grass: 56-27-1 (.673) Playing on Turf: 9-7 (.563) Playing on Field Turf: 39-36 (.520) Playing After a Loss: 30-32-1 (.484) In Overtime: 1-2 (.333) Playing at Night: 1-3 (.250) Playing after a Bye Week: 13-5-1 (.711) When Leading at Halftime: 84-10 (.894) When Trailing at Halftime: 10-53-1 (.164) When Tied at Halftime: 10-7 (.588) Record in September: 41-26 (.612) Record in October: 36-27-1 (.570) Record in November: 27-17 (.614)

RMU Injury Report Probable LB Andrew Douglass (leg) Out OL Nate Lojek (shoulder) DB Malik Johnson (ankle) DB Evan Taylor (shoulder)

The Last Time Robert Morris ... Name(s)

Robert Morris On The Air All Robert Morris football games are heard live on WPIT Radio AM-730 (Pittsburgh), the flagship station of Robert Morris University sports since 1996. The Voice of the Colonials, Chris Shovlin, and color analyst Brian Cleary call the action. RMU Sports Information Director Jim Duzyk joins Shovlin as color analyst for select Colonial road games. “The Joe Walton Show” is on 30 minutes prior to kickoff. Colonial football can also be heard live and archived on the offical Robert Morris athletics website, www.rmucolonials.com. Information on any of RMU’s 23 intercollegiate sports can also be found at www.rmucolonials.com.

Scored 50 or more points in a game: 63 vs. Saint Francis (W, 63-0; 9/30/00) Scored less than 10 points in a game: 9 vs. Sacred Heart (W, 9-7; 10/31/09) Tallied five or more sacks in a game: 5 @ Wagner (W, 30-9; 9/25/10) Tallied four + interceptions in a game: 4 @ Wagner (W, 30-9; 9/25/10) Had 25 or more first downs in a game: 26 vs. Central Connecticut State (W, 42-24; 11/6/10) Had over 400 yards total offense: 475 vs. Central Connecticut State (W, 42-24; 11/6/10) Had less than 200 yards total offense: 167 vs. Bryant (L, 13-20; 9/26/09) Had two 100-yard rushers: @ Monmouth (W, 41-20; 10/25/97) Ralph Clark (15 attempts, 127 yards, 1 TD) Archie Wannamaker (19 attempts, 106 yards, 1 TD) Had two 100-yard receivers: vs. Stony Brook (W, 45-19; 11/3/01) Stephen McNair (5 catches, 112 yards, 1 TD) Brent Hockenberry (6 catches, 106 yards, 1 TD) Scored a special teams touchdown: vs. Rowan (W, 21-0; 9/23/06) Mario Hines 48-yard punt return Played in overtime: vs. Central Conn. State (W, 23-17; 10/14/06) (2 OT)


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Robert Morris By the Numbers 1-

The first Northeast Conference program to claim an automatic berth in the NCAA FCS Playoffs in 2010

2 - NCAA I-AA Mid-Major National Championships (1999, 2000) and ECAC Bowl (1996, 1997) victories 4 - Times Joe Walton has been named Northeast Conference Coach of the Year (1996, 1997, 1999, 2010) 6 - Northeast Conference championships (1996, 1997, 1998,

1999, 2000 and 2010) for Robert Morris in the 15-year history of the league

9 - Starters that return for Robert Morris in 2011 11 - Number of Colonials that will make their first collegiate start in the 2011 season opener Saturday vs. Dayton

13 - All-time Northeast Conference Offensive, Defensive or Rookie of the Year selections, including running back Myles Russ and linebacker Alex DiMichele in 2010

A Colonial in the NFL Hank Fraley, who played on the offensive line for Robert Morris from 19961999, has carved a niche for himself in the National Football League (NFL). Signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers to a free agent contract in April 2000, Fraley was claimed off waivers the following August by the Philadelphia Eagles. After an ankle injury to Bubba Miller in the final 2001 preseason game, Fraley stepped up and started at center for Philadelphia the entire season, helping the team to the 2002 NFC Championship game. For four straight seasons with Fraley starting at center from 2002-05, the Eagles appeared in the NFC Championship game. In 2005, Fraley became the first RMU football alum to appear in the Super Bowl when he started at center against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX. Prior to the start of the 2006 campaign, Fraley was traded by Philadelphia to Cleveland, where he started all 16 games for the Browns on the year. Fraley played four seasons with the Browns from 2006 to 2009, earning 52 starts in 63 games, before signing as a free agent with the St. Louis Rams March 14, 2010. Entering the 2011 season, which will be his 12th year in the NFL, Fraley has started 123 of his career 142 games and has also earned 10 starts in the postseason. Primarily a center, Fraley has also started at both guard and tackle throughout his NFL career. Fraley became the second Colonial to have his number retired, joining inaugural running back Tim Hall (1994-95), as Fraley’s No. 75 was enshrined prior to RMU’s game against Sacred Heart on Sept. 22, 2001. Fraley became the sixth football inductee into the Robert Morris Athletic Hall of Fame when he was enshrined Oct. 14, 2006.

16 - Touchdown receptions for senior tight end Shadrae King, just six shy of establishing a new Robert Morris career record

22 - Touchdown passes for quarterback Jeff Sinclair in 2010, which tied an RMU single-season record 59 - Career starts by the Robert Morris offensive line entering the 2011 season opener vs. Dayton

84 - All-time victories for Robert Morris in school history when leading at halftime 94 - Career receptions for senior tight end Shadrae King, tied for third all-time at Robert Morris

116 - All-time All-Northeast Conference First or Second Team selections

Robert Morris In the Red Zone - 2010 Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs ------ Failed to score inside 20 -----Date Opponent Score In 20 Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------9/4 @ Dayton L, 14-28 1 1 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9/11 @ Sacred Heart * W, 35-31 4 4 28 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9/18 LIBERTY W, 30-23 2 2 14 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9/25 @ Wagner * W, 30-9 4 3 16 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 10/2 @ Saint Francis * W, 35-14 5 4 28 4 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 10/9 MONMOUTH * W, 17-16 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 10/16 ALBANY * W, 38-0 4 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 10/30 DUQUESNE * W, 34-11 5 4 27 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 11/6 C. CONN. STATE * W, 42-24 5 5 35 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11/13 @ Bryant * L, 21-27 4 3 21 3 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 11/27 @ North Dakota State L, 17-43 3 2 14 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 TOTALS (34-for-40 - 85%) 40 34 224 31 19 12 3 1 1 2 1 1 0 * Northeast Conference game


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2-Deep Depth Chart - Dayton vs. Robert Morris ROBERT MORRIS OFFENSE (Pro Style) SE LT LG C RG RT TE QB FB HB FL

9 JAMIE COBB 2 Rickeem Jackson 70 A.J. DALTON 66 Nate Hargraves 57 BRIAN BEVILACQUA 68 Nick Faraci 72 LOGAN MILES 54 Ethan Mengle 69 BRAD RODGERS 74 Vince Mongelluzzo 71 JON HILL 60 Alex Kirsch 7 SHADRAE KING 87 Paul Evans 14 JEFF SINCLAIR 12 Matt Layman 6 JAMAR CROMWELL 32 Nick Groat 27 DUANE MITCHELL 23 Justin Brooks 4 ANTHONY COLEMAN 13 Donte Jeter

DAYTON DEFENSE (4-3) 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-2 5-9 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-11

200 215 285 280 275 280 295 250 305 250 275 290 225 200 190 180 200 220 205 175 200 180

SR JR SO JR SR FR SR JR SR SO SO JR SR SR JR FR R-SR JR FR FR SR SO

DE DT DT DE LB LB FLYER CB S S CB

11 DEVON LANGHORST 58 Victor Kaczkowski 94 ZACH WEBER 57 Brandon Dunn 66 PHIL DEBOER 91 Charlie Vasey 96 ANTHONY SADLER 33 Devon Morgan 44 SEAN BALENGER 37 Matt Dorenkott 40 BRYAN BAILIN 51 Colin Monnier 41 ANDRE CRAWFORD 20 Joe Janasek 46 MATT PFLEGER 15 Howard Savage 16 STEVE WIRKUS 34 Nick Weston 23 ERIC ROBBE 13 Robert Strong 24 KYLE SEBETIC 43 Matt Bianco

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

225 220 270 240 270 240 250 220 225 195 215 220 220 200 200 175 185 185 205 180 165 155

R-SR R-SO SR R-SO SR SR R-SO FR SR R-SO SR R-SO SR R-SO SR SO R-SR R-FR R-SR R-SO R-SO FR

************************************************************************************************************************************

DAYTON OFFENSE (Spread) WR SE LT LG C RG RT QB RB FL WR

3 TYLER HUJIK 6 Nik Gillum 22 LUKE BELLMAN 27 Andy Powers 61 TOM CORCORAN 56 Ben Estey 52 OWEN ELGER 77 Matt Luers 64 BILL PETRAIUOLO 78 Justin Griffis 78 JUSTIN GRIFFIS 73 Dave Allen 76 DAN PRINDLE 70 Jamie Mewhinney 10 WILL BARDO 17 Zach Splain 5 TAYLOR HARRIS 28 Brian Mack 81 BRANDEN JOHNSON 6 Nik Gillum 7 JORDAN BOYKIN 86 Tyler Shutz

ROBERT MORRIS DEFENSE (Multiple) 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-2

165 200 175 185 275 240 275 240 260 275 275 250 275 255 190 170 190 195 170 200 210 205

SR SR SR R-FR R-SO R-SO SR R-FR SRR SR SR SR R-SR SR R-FR R-SO SR SR R-FR SR JR SR

LE NG RE OLB ILB ILB OLB CB SS WS CB

91 NOLAN NEARHOOF 99 Connor Sullivan 51 R.J. COOK 73 Sam Miller 53 STEVE MITCHELL 96 Cory Nolton 33 BRAD BANAS 56 Andrew Douglass 44 KYLE COOPER 30 Mike Cook 52 JON KREPPS 42 Dan Mignogna 41 TONY CAPERELLI 25 Sanchez Faugue 35 ALEX TARR 19 Antwan Eddie 34 D.J. MYERS 36 Cameron Chadwick 18 BEN RIDGELEY 11 Eric Lowry 3 ANTWAN SMITH 31 C.J. Jackson

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

280 270 260 290 250 245 220 235 215 215 235 215 230 215 175 185 190 215 180 180 180 175

JR JR JR SR JR JR JR JR JR JR SR JR SR SR SR FR SO JR JR JR JR SO

************************************************************************************************************************************

ROBERT MORRIS SPECIAL TEAMS PK P HOLD SNAP KR PR

20 GREG LANGER 94 Hunter Khaleghi 38 TONY LAMANCUSA 83 QUINTON PIRL 51 R.J. COOK 4 ANTHONY COLEMAN 13 DONTE JETER 4 ANTHONY COLEMAN 13 Donte Jeter

DAYTON SPECIAL TEAMS 5-10 5-8 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11

165 160 180 175 260 200 180 200 180

JR FR FR JR JR SR SO SR SO

PK P HOLD SNAP KR PR

25 NATE MILLER 93 Patrick Benton 25 NATE MILLER 17 ZACH SPLAIN 86 TYLER SHUTZ 2 GARY HUNTER 28 BRIAN MACK 3 TYLER HUJIK 43 Matt Bianco

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

185 170 185 170 205 190 195 165 155

R-SR FR R-SR R-SO SR SO SO SR FR


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TB Mitchell Brooks

FB 0 0

Cromwell Groat

Sinclair Layman

22 0

TE King Evans

RT 20 0

Hill Kirsch

0 0

Cook Miller *

10 0

Cooper Cook

LT Dalton * Hargraves

Bevilacqua * 16 Farachi 0

Mitchell Nolton

6 0

Krepps * Mignogna

11 0

CB Smith 0 Jackson, C.J. 0

OLB

ILB 0 0

0 0

RE 0 22

ILB

SS Myers Chadwick

15 0

NG

OLB Banas Douglass

Cobb Jackson, R.

LG

Miles * Mengle

Rodgers * 22 Mongelluzzo 0

Nearhoof, N. 13 Sullivan 0

CB

SE

18 0

C

RG 0 0

LE Tarr Eddie

1 0

QB

FL Coleman Jeter

5 0

Robert Morris Career Starts ...

Caperelli Faugue

2 0

0 0

WS 0 0

Ridgeley Lowry

0 0

Notes: Miles’ career starts include four at left guard in 2008 and 2009 ... Bevilacqua’s career starts include 11 at right guard ... Rodgers’ career starts include 11 at left guard ... Dalton’s career starts include six at left guard in 2010 ... Miller’s career starts include 22 at center on the offensive line in 2008 and 2009 ... Krepps’ career starts include two at outside linebacker in 2010

2011 Offense Game-by-Game Starters Game DAYTON @ Liberty @ Morgan State @ Monmouth SAINT FRANCIS @ Albany BRYANT SACRED HEART @ Central Conn. State WAGNER @ Duquesne

SE

TE

RT

RG

C

LG

LT

FB

TB

QB

FL

NG

RE

OLB

ILB

ILB

OLB

WS

CB

2011 Defense Game-by-Game Starters Game DAYTON @ Liberty @ Morgan State @ Monmouth SAINT FRANCIS @ Albany BRYANT SACRED HEART @ Central Conn. State WAGNER @ Duquesne

CB

SS

LE


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2010 Individual Game-By-Game Quarterback

Receivers

#14 - JEFF SINCLAIR Comp-Att-Int @ Dayton 14-29-1 @ Sacred Heart 14-28-1 LIBERTY 13-21-0 @ Wagner 15-27-0 @ Saint Francis 8-17-1 MONMOUTH 10-19-1 ALBANY 10-17-2 DUQUESNE 10-20-0 C. CONN. STATE 10-18-0 @ Bryant 15-37-3 @ North Dakota State 9-24-1

Yds 146 250 271 241 163 148 143 113 140 159 146

TD 1 3 2 4 3 1 3 1 2 2 0

Long 33t 48 67t 65t 43 40 30 32 27 20 29

#2 - T.J. GREEN

#4 - ANTHONY COLEMAN Rec-Yds-TD @ Dayton 3-61-1 @ Sacred Heart 1-3-0 LIBERTY 2-39-0 @ Wagner 2-19-0 @ Saint Francis 3-92-1 MONMOUTH 2-20-0 ALBANY 4-62-2 DUQUESNE 0-0-0 C. CONN. STATE 1-10-0 @ Bryant 3-23-1 @ North Dakota State 1-21-0

Long 33t 3 34 15 43 12 30t -10 16t 21

Rec-Yds-TD @ Dayton 2-19-0 @ Sacred Heart 3-77-0 LIBERTY 3-73-0 @ Wagner 2-112-1 @ Saint Francis 2-17-1 MONMOUTH 1-6-0 ALBANY 0-0-0 DUQUESNE 1-13-0 C. CONN. STATE 5-92-1 @ Bryant 5-75-0 @ North Dakota State 1-29-0

Long 14 48 37 65t 9t 6 -13 27 20 29

SINCLAIR’S CAREER HIGHS Attempts ................................................... 37 @ Bryant (11/13/10) Completions ........................................ 20 @ Duquesne (10/3/09) Yards ...................................................... 271 vs. Liberty (9/18/10) Touchdowns .............................................. 4 @ Wagner (9/25/10) Long ........................................................ 67t vs. Liberty (9/18/10)

COLEMAN’S CAREER HIGHS Receptions ................. 4 vs. Albany (10/16/10) Yards ................. 92 @ Saint Francis (10/2/10) Long .................. 43 @ Saint Francis (10/2/10) TD’s ............................. 2 vs. Albany (10/16/10) Career 100-Yard Games ................................. 0

GREEN’S CAREER HIGHS Receptions ......... 7 @ Sacred Heart (10/4/08) Yards ......................... 112 @ Wagner (9/25/10) Long .......................... 65t @ Wagner (9/25/10) TD’s ..................................... 1 on five occasions Career 100-Yard Games ................................. 1

SINCLAIR’S CAREER TOTALS 300+ Yard Games .......................................................................... 0 200+ Yard Games ........................................................................ 4 Multiple TD Pass Games ............................................................. 10 Record as Starter ..................................................................... 13-5

#7 - SHADRAE KING

#9 - JAMIE COBB

SINCLAIR IN 2010 300+ Yard Games .......................................................................... 0 200+ Yard Games .......................................................................... 3 Multiple TD Pass Games ............................................................... 7 Record As Starter ...................................................................... 8-3

Rec-Yds-TD @ Dayton 6-42-0 @ Sacred Heart 8-133-3 LIBERTY 3-36-0 @ Wagner 5-34-1 @ Saint Francis 1-9-0 MONMOUTH 3-41-1 ALBANY 5-57-0 DUQUESNE 4-65-1 C. CONN. STATE 1-14-1 @ Bryant 2-32-0 @ North Dakota State 5-68-0

Long 11 35t 24 13 9 22 24 32t 14t 18 20

KING’S CAREER HIGHS Receptions ...... 9 @ C. Conn. State (10/10/09) Yards ................ 133 @ Sacred Heart (9/11/10) Long .................... 45 vs.Monmouth (9/27/08) TD’s ...................... 3 @ Sacred Heart (9/11/10) Career 100-Yard Games ................................. 2

* single-game school record

Kicker

Long 13 27 25t 31t 20 40 --4 11 --

COBB’S CAREER HIGHS Receptions ................... 6 @ Wagner (9/25/10) Yards .......................... 76 @ Wagner (9/25/10) Long .................... 40 vs. Monmouth (10/9/10) TD’s ............................... 2 @ Wagner (9/25/10) Career 100-Yard Games ................................. 0

Punter

#19 - GARRETT CLAWSON @ Dayton @ Sacred Heart LIBERTY @ Wagner @ Saint Francis MONMOUTH ALBANY DUQUESNE C. CONN. STATE @ Bryant @ North Dakota State

Rec-Yds-TD @ Dayton 2-24-0 @ Sacred Heart 2-37-0 LIBERTY 2-36-1 @ Wagner 6-76-2 @ Saint Francis 1-20-0 MONMOUTH 3-72-0 ALBANY 0-0-0 DUQUESNE 0-0-0 C. CONN. STATE 1-4-0 @ Bryant 1-11-0 @ North Dakota State 0-0-0

#92 - NICK SCHIRTZINGER FG-FGA 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-1 1-1

PAT Pts 2-2 2 5-5 5 4-4 4 3-4 6 5-5 5 2-2 5 5-5 8 DNP - Injury DNP - Injury DNP - Injury DNP - Injury

Long ---31 -34 35

@ Dayton @ Sacred Heart LIBERTY @ Wagner @ Saint Francis MONMOUTH ALBANY DUQUESNE C. CONN. STATE @ Bryant @ North Dakota State

No. 4 3 6 4 5 4 6 4 4 7 6

Yards 194 112 266 148 200 158 285 144 133 306 227

Avg. 48.5 37.3 44.3 37.0 40.0 39.5 47.5 36.0 33.2 43.7 37.8

Long 55 43 51 51 48 46 66 58 38 53 48

I20 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 3 2 2

Career-Long Field Goal .................................................... 46 vs. Wagner (11/14/09) Career-Long Punt ............................................................... 74 vs. Dayton (9/19/09) Career-High Field Goals ....................................................... 3 on three occasions * Career-High Game Average ................................................ 48.5 @ Dayton (9/4/10)


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2010 Individual Game-By-Game Running Backs #3 - MYLES RUSS

#12 - RAPHAEL JOHNSON

RUSHING Att-Yds-TD @ Dayton 14-70-0 @ Sacred Heart 24-116-2 LIBERTY 20-153-2 @ Wagner 19-95-0 @ Saint Francis 18-139-0 MONMOUTH 16-95-0 ALBANY 23-138-1 DUQUESNE 30-154-2 C. CONN. STATE 24-177-1 @ Bryant 22-109-0 @ North Dakota State 25-117-0

RECEIVING Rec-Yds-TD Long 0-0-0 -0-0-0 -2-76-1 67t 0-0-0 -0-0-0 -1-9-0 9 0-0-0 -2-12-0 11 2-20-0 12 1-0-0 0 1-15-0 15

Long 18 17t 23 26 39 25 53 33 44t 31 28

RUSHING RECEIVING Att-Yds-TD Long Rec-Yds-TD Long @ Dayton 3-1-0 4 1-0-0 0 @ Sacred Heart 4-12-0 6 0-0-0 -LIBERTY DNP - Coaches Decision @ Wagner 9-30-0 11 0-0-0 -@ Saint Francis 8-29-1 11 0-0-0 -MONMOUTH 5-4-0 6 0-0-0 -ALBANY 10-57-0 13 0-0-0 -DUQUESNE 9-48-0 14 1-7-0 7 C. CONN. STATE 11-50-1 19 0-0-0 -@ Bryant 5-14-1 5 0-0-0 -@ North Dakota State 2-5-0 9 1-13-0 13

RUSS’ CAREER HIGHS Rush / Receptions .... 37 * vs. Duquesne (10/11/08) ............. 4 on four occasions Yards ....... 246 vs. Duquesne (10/11/08) ........................ 76 vs. Liberty (9/18/10) Long ........... 68t vs. Bucknell (9/13/08) ........................ 67t vs. Liberty (9/18/10) TD’s ............... 2 on five occasions ....................................... 1 vs. Liberty (9/18/10) Career 100-Yard Games ...... 18 .............................................................................. 0

JOHNSON’S CAREER HIGHS Rush / Receptions .. 27 vs. Sacred Heart (10/31/09) ....... 3 vs. Bryant (9/26/09) Yards ....... 115 vs. Sacred Heart (10/31/09) ........ 22 vs. Sacred Heart (11/10/07) Long ....... 22 vs. Morehead State (9/6/08) .......... 22 vs. Sacred Heart (11/10/07) TD’s ............ 1 on three occasions ........................................................................... 0 Career 100-Yard Games ......... 1 ............................................................................ 0

#34 - JEFF LINK

#23 - JAMAR CROMWELL

RUSHING Att-Yds-TD @ Dayton 1-2-0 @ Sacred Heart 4-21-0 LIBERTY 3-8-0 @ Wagner 3-6-0 @ Saint Francis 2-6-0 MONMOUTH 4-6-0 ALBANY 2-2-0 DUQUESNE 1-4-0 C. CONN. STATE 3-9-2 @ Bryant 3-7-0 @ North Dakota State 1-7-0

RECEIVING Long Rec-Yds-TD 2 0-0-0 8 0-0-0 5 1-11-0 6 0-0-0 3 0-0-0 4 0-0-0 2 0-0-0 4 1-2-0 6t 0-0-0 4 2-11-1 7 0-0-0

RUSHING Att-Yds-TD @ Dayton 2-5-0 @ Sacred Heart 0-0-0 LIBERTY 0-0-0 @ Wagner 1-1-0 @ Saint Francis 2-34-0 MONMOUTH 0-0-0 ALBANY 3-15-0 DUQUESNE 0-0-0 C. CONN. STATE 2-5-0 @ Bryant 0-0-0 @ North Dakota State 0-0-0

Long --11 ----2 -6t --

LINK’S CAREER HIGHS Rush / Receptions ....... 9 vs. MSU (9/6/08) ............................ 2 on two occasions Yards ......................... 23 @ Dayton (9/20/08) ......... 19 vs. Duquesne (10/11/08) Long ......................... 16 vs. MSU (9/6/08) ................ 12 vs. Duquesne (10/11/08) TD’s ........................... 2 vs. CCSU (11/6/10) ........................... 1 on three occasions Career 100-Yard Games ............... 0 ...................................................................... 0

Long 5 --1 34 -6 -5 ---

RECEIVING Rec-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Long ------------

CROMWELL’S CAREER HIGHS Rush / Receptions .. 8 vs. Saint Francis (10/17/09) .................. 1 @ VMI (9/5/09) Yards ................... 34 @ Saint Francis (10/2/10) ..................... 14 @ VMI (9/5/09) Long .................... 34 @ Saint Francis (10/2/10) ..................... 14 @ VMI (9/5/09) TD’s ..................................... 0 .......................................................................... 0 Career 100-Yard Games ............... 0 ...................................................................... 0

2010 Scoring Drives ROBERT MORRIS Touchdowns Field Goals

90+ 2

80-89 5

70-79 9

60-69 7 2

50-59 7

40-49 5

30-39 3

20-29 1 2

10-19 1

0-9 3

Total (Long) 43 (94) 4 (66)

OPPONENT Touchdowns Field Goals

90+ 3

80-89 4

70-79 7

60-69 6

50-59 3 2

40-49 1 4

30-39 1 2

20-29 1 1

10-19

0-9

Total (Long) 26 (96) 10 (57)

1

Robert Morris 2010 Century Club 100-Yard Rusher Russ (116 @ Sacred Heart - 9/11/10) Russ (153 vs. Liberty - 9/18/10) Russ (139 @ Saint Francis - 10/2/10) Russ (138 vs. Albany - 10/16/10) Russ (154 vs. Duquesne - 10/30/10) Russ (177 vs. Central Connecticut State - 11/6/10) Russ (109 @ Bryant - 11/13/10) Russ (117 @ North Dakota State - 11/27/10)

100-Yard Receiver King (133 @ Sacred Heart - 9/11/10) Green (112 @ Wagner - 9/25/10)

300-Yard Passer None

* single-game school record


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The Robert Morris Record Book Receiving Yards (Season)

Rushing Yards (Season) Name 1. Tim Hall 2. Myles Russ 3. Tim Hall 4. Myles Russ 5. Myles Russ

Yards 1,572 1,363 1,336 1,255 1,246

Avg. 6.6 5.8 8.7 5.8 5.9

Name 1. Tyjuan Massey 2. Tyjuan Massey 3. Sherrod Evers 4. Brent Hockenberry 5. J.T. Kirk

Year 1995 2010 1994 2008 2010

Yards 4,271 3,847 2,908 2,462 1,762

Att. 818 724 393 427 429

Avg. 5.2 5.3 7.4 5.8 4.1

NEC Rushing Yards (Career) Name 1. David Sinisi (Monmouth; 2006-09) 2. Rick Sarille (Wagner; 1996-99) 3. David McCarty (Albany; 2006-09) 4. Myles Russ (RMU; 2007 - ) 5. Sam Dorsett (RMU; 1999-2003)

Yards 5,049 4,460 4,287 4,271 3,847

Yards 2,601 2,206 2,110 2,066 1,925

PC-PA 187-361 144-291 152-267 157-270 142-267

TD 20 18 22 19 21

Year 2004 2008 2001 2006 2000

Yards 7,222 6,839 6,134 5,771

PC-PA 537-970 478-913 448-857 426-833

Avg./G 195.2 180.0 180.4 151.9

Pass Completions (Career) Name 1. Tim Levcik 2. Erik Cwalinski 3. Drew Geyer 4. Jake Newman

Comp. 537 478 448 426

TD 76 53 47 64

Years 1998-2001 2005-08 2002-05 1994-97

NEC Passing Yards (Career) Name 1. Anthony Doria (SFU; 2003-06) 2. Brian Boland (MON; 2003-06) 3. Dale Fink (SHU; 2007 - ) 4. Tim Levcik (RMU; 1998-2001) 5. Erik Cwalinski (RMU; 2005-08)

Name 1. Sherrod Evers 2. Tyjuan Massey Shadrae King 4. Brent Hockenberry Tyjuan Massey

No. 47 43 43 39 39

TD 6 7 7 6 11

Year 2009 2004 2010 2001 2005

Receiving Yards (Career) Name 1. Tyjuan Massey (2002-05) 2. Fred Parker (1996-98) 3. Rupert Rickards (2002-05) 4. Sherrod Evers (2006-09) 5. Brent Hockenberry (2000-01)

Yards 2,119 1,495 1,435 1,408 1,285

Rec. 112 86 107 94 79

Name 1. Tyjuan Massey (2002-05) 2. Rupert Rickards (2002-05) 3. Sherrod Evers (2006-09) Shadrae King (2008 - ) 5. Fred Parker (1996-98)

Rec. 112 107 94 94 86

TD 21 10 11 16 20

Tackles (Season)

Passing Yards (Career) Name 1. Tim Levcik (1998-2001) 2. Erik Cwalinski (2005-08) 3. Drew Geyer (2002-05) 4. Jake Newman (1994-97)

Year 2005 2004 2009 2001 1999

Receptions (Career)

Passing Yards (Season) Name 1. Drew Geyer 2. Erik Cwalinski 3. Tim Levcik 4. Erik Cwalinski 5. Tim Levcik

Avg./G 89.9 69.4 60.7 73.4 63.4

Receptions (Season)

Rushing Yards (Career) Name 1. Myles Russ (2007-10) 2. Sam Dorsett (1999-2003) 3. Tim Hall (1994-95) 4. Archie Wannamaker (1996-98) 5. Devin Wilson (2002-05)

Yards 899 763 668 661 634

Yards 8,544 7,812 7,774 7,222 6,839

Name 1. Alex DiMichele 2. James Noel 3. Chad Wengert 4. Alex DiMichele 5. Reggie Chambers James Noel

# 116 115 112 109 108 108

Solo 45 51 43 50 52 50

Year 2008 2004 2007 2009 2001 2002

Tackles (Career) Name 1. James Noel (2002-05) 2. Alex DiMichele (2006-10) 3. Nate List (1994-97) 4. Reggie Chambers (1998-2001) 5. Michael Landers (2006-10) 6. John O’Connell (1995-98) 7. Brian Dunn (1994-97) 8. Chad Wengert (2004-07) 9. Jonathan LeDonne (2001-04) 10. Ray Thomas (1996-2000)

# 437 330 309 299 277 272 267 260 256 240

Solo 179 140 130 151 133 135 149 96 118 128

Note: Players bold in school records active for 2011 season


Robert Morris 2010 Football Robert Morris Combined Team Statistics (Final) All games Date Opponent 09/04/10 at Dayton * 09/11/10 at Sacred Heart 09/18/10 LIBERTY * 09/25/10 at Wagner * 10/02/10 at Saint Francis * 10/09/10 MONMOUTH * 10/16/10 ALBANY * 10/30/10 DUQUESNE * 11/06/10 CENTRAL CONN. STATE * 11/13/10 at Bryant $ 11/27/10 at #25 North Dakota State * Northeast Conference game $ FCS Playoffs Rushing

RUSS, Myles JOHNSON,Raphael SINCLAIR, Jeff LINK, Jeff KEIL, Josh CROMWELL, Jamar ASHBY, Monty KING, Shadrae COLEMAN,Anthony COBB, Jamie TEAM Total Opponents Passing

SINCLAIR, Jeff TEAM McNEIL, Kyle Total Opponents Receiving

KING, Shadrae GREEN, T.J. COLEMAN,Anthony COBB, Jamie RUSS, Myles EVANS, Paul LINK, Jeff JOHNSON,Raphael Total Opponents Field Goals

CLAWSON,Garrett LANGER, Greg Scoring

RUSS, Myles KING, Shadrae CLAWSON,Garrett COLEMAN,Anthony SINCLAIR, Jeff LINK, Jeff JOHNSON,Raphael COBB, Jamie LANGER, Greg GREEN, T.J. EVANS, Paul KEIL, Josh TEAM Total Opponents Score by Quarters Robert Morris Opponents

## 6 51 24

Defensive Leaders

DiMICHELE, Alex NAVARRO, Elias LANDERS,Michael Total Opponents

gp

att

Score 14-28 35-31 30-23 30-9 35-14 17-16 38-0 34-11 42-24 21-27 17-43

L W W W W W W W W L L

gain loss

net avg

Att. 3377 2076 2893 2410 2338 2104 3078 2873 2789 2207 12202

td

effic comp-att-int

pct

yds

53 123.9 19 25.0 20 16.4 8 7.1 22 5.6 34 6.0 8 1.9 15 1.4 14 0.8 0 -0.3 0 -1.3 53 183.7 48 113.8 td

11 133.03 128-257-10 9 0.00 0-1-0 4 0.00 0-1-0 11 132.00 128-259-10 11 117.17 177-325-18

49.8 1920 22 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 49.4 1920 22 54.5 2187 17

gp

td

no.

yds

11 43 531 11 25 513 11 22 350 11 18 280 11 9 132 11 4 70 11 4 24 10 3 20 11 128 1920 11 177 2187 fg

3-5 1-2 td

avg

12.3 20.5 15.9 15.6 14.7 17.5 6.0 6.7 15.0 12.4

pct. 01-19

20-29

60.0 0-0 50.0 0-0 fg

11 7 - 3-5 5 5 3 3 3 - 1-2 3 2 1 - 43 4-7 28 10-18 1st

84 56

26-27 15-16 41-43 24-27 2nd

73 61

gp

11 11 11 11 11

3-4 0-0

40-49

0-1 1-1

3rd

-

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1-1

4th

OT

50 106 34 75

ua

45 38 31 344 369

0 0

a

60 37 37 418 370

105 75 68 762 739

5 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

lg blk

50-99

0-0 0-1

35 46

-

pts

- 66 - 42 - 35 - 30 - 30 - 18 - 18 - 18 - 18 - 18 - 12 6 1 2 1 313 1 226

0 0

Punt Returns

no.

Kick Returns

no.

TAYLOR, Evan COLEMAN,Anthony LANDERS,Michael Total Opponents

13 8 2 23 15

COLEMAN,Anthony JOHNSON,Raphael CROMWELL, Jamar TEAM TAYLOR, Evan GROAT, Nick Total Opponents All Purpose

RUSS, Myles COLEMAN,Antho KING, Shadrae Total Opponents

34 5 2 1 1 1 44 51

7.0-11 13.5-51 2.0-6 61-231 83-267

. 3.5-22 . 21-105 14-97

g

rush

yds avg

66 36 0 37 25 0 0 25 3

13.2 12.0 0.0 18.5 12.5 0.0 0.0 25.0 3.0

td

lg

td

20.8 16.0 11.5 0.0 -5.0 12.0 18.6 18.0 pr

fc i20 50+ blk

6 10 18 10

yds avg

708 80 23 0 -5 12 818 917

41 34 0 37 13 0 0 25 3

tb td

15.3 7.9 1.5 11.5 8.5

OPP 183 67 91 25 1252 373 3.4 113.8 9 2187 177-325-18 6.7 12.4 198.8 17 3439 4.9 312.6 51-917 15-127 10-239 19-8 80-660 55-38.5 29:49 47/145 7/14 lg

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

yds avg

199 63 3 265 127

rcv

g plays

11 11 10 11 11

Pass defense int-yds brup

1-25 . 5-66 18-192 10-239

RMU 209 108 82 19 2021 444 4.6 183.7 21 1920 128-259-10 7.4 15.0 174.5 22 3941 5.6 358.3 44-818 23-265 18-192 14-7 73-747 53-41.0 30:11 48/134 6/18

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0

37 21 2 37 42 lg

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

33 25 23 0 1 12 33 51

kr

ir

4 2 . 25 36

rush

total avg/g

pass

1 5 . 32 35

Fumbles rcv-yds

1-0 1-0 . 8-0 6-1

ff

1 3 . 12 10

135.9 102.7 49.6 474.2 429.3

total avg/g

327 180 1920 2100 236 1363 0 1363 66 250 0 250 703 2021 1920 3941 698 1252 2187 3439

qbh

0

lg

0 0 0 0 0

11 1363 132 0 0 0 1495 11 9 350 63 708 0 1130 11 15 531 0 0 0 546 11 2021 1920 265 818 192 5216 11 1252 2187 127 917 239 4722

SINCLAIR, Jeff RUSS, Myles JOHNSON,Raphael Total Opponents Sacks no-yds

Away 3-3 3-1 0-2

53 2173 41.0 66

Total Offense

tfl/yds

Home 5-0 4-0 1-0

no. yds avg

SCHIRTZINGER,N.

Total 313 226

Tackles tot

no.

LANDERS,Michael RICHARDS, M. LOWRY, Eric BATHOLD, Rolf RIDGELEY, Ben TARR, Alex WILLIAMS,Robert DiMICHELE, Alex BANAS, Brad Punting

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

kick

Interceptions

35 48.3 65 46.6 43 31.8 40 25.5 67 12.0 25 6.4 11 2.2 13 2.0 67 174.5 64 198.8

30-39

0-0 0-0

lg avg/g

67 174.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 67 174.5 64 198.8

lg avg/g

7 3 5 3 1 2 1 0 22 17

Overall 8-3 7-1 1-2

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE 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 Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions

lg avg/g

11 236 1461 98 1363 5.8 10 10 66 273 23 250 3.8 3 11 70 319 139 180 2.6 5 11 27 83 5 78 2.9 2 11 9 63 1 62 6.9 1 10 10 60 0 60 6.0 0 10 11 22 3 19 1.7 0 11 1 15 0 15 15.0 0 11 2 14 5 9 4.5 0 11 1 0 3 -3 -3.0 0 9 11 0 12 -12 -1.1 0 11 444 2310 289 2021 4.6 21 11 373 1523 271 1252 3.4 9 gp

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

190.9 123.9 25.0 358.3 312.6

blkd kick

. . . 1 1

saf

. . . 1 1


Robert Morris 2010 Football Robert Morris Overall Team Statistics (Final) 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 Robert Morris Opponents

1st

84 56

2nd

73 61

RMU 313 28.5 209 108 82 19 2021 2310 289 444 4.6 183.7 21 1920 128-259-10 7.4 15.0 174.5 22 3941 703 5.6 358.3 44-818 23-265 18-192 18.6 11.5 10.7 14-7 73-747 67.9 53-2173 41.0 36.3 30:11 48/134 36% 6/18 33% 21-105 0 43 4-7 0-0 (34-40) 85% (31-40) 77% (41-43) 95% 13737 5/2747 3rd

4th

50 106 34 75

OT

0 0

Total 313 226

OPP 226 20.5 183 67 91 25 1252 1523 271 373 3.4 113.8 9 2187 177-325-18 6.7 12.4 198.8 17 3439 698 4.9 312.6 51-917 15-127 10-239 18.0 8.5 23.9 19-8 80-660 60.0 55-2118 38.5 30.8 29:49 47/145 32% 7/14 50% 14-97 0 28 10-18 1-1 (23-33) 70% (16-33) 48% (24-27) 89% 24610 6/4102 0/0


Robert Morris 2010 Football Robert Morris Overall Defensive Statistics (Final) All games # 6 51 24 17 28 91 98 33 53 58 21 11 52 22 94 49 96 90 56 41 25 35 31 93 64 18 TM 43 14 40 99 72 38 9 76 69 81 92 61 37 12 19 79

ua

Tackles a tot

Defensive Leaders

gp

DiMICHELE, Alex NAVARRO, Elias LANDERS,Michael RICHARDS, M. BATHOLD, Rolf NEARHOOF, Nolan ROBERTS, Chris BANAS, Brad MITCHELL, Steve WILLIAMS,Robert McCALLA, Marvin LOWRY, Eric KREPPS, Jon KEIL, Josh LOVELY, Mike ENGLAND, Nick NOLTON, Cory MARSHALL, Gavin NEARHOOF, Ryan CAPERELLI, A. FAUGUE, Sanchez TARR, Alex HOLDERMAN, A.J. MASON, Farren COOK, R.J. RIDGELEY, Ben TEAM JOHNSON, Malik SINCLAIR, Jeff TAYLOR, Evan SULLIVAN,Connor MILES, Logan MYERS, D.J. COBB, Jamie SETTICASE,Chris RODGERS, Brad ZALEWSKI, D.J. SCHIRTZINGER,N. THOMPKINS,Chris STANOPIEWICZ, Z JOHNSON,Raphael CLAWSON,Garrett McELHINNY, Sean Total Opponents

11 45 60 11 38 37 11 31 37 11 23 32 11 40 9 11 14 35 11 9 32 11 16 23 11 15 22 11 18 11 11 25 4 11 8 9 11 9 6 11 3 12 11 4 11 11 6 7 11 5 8 11 3 8 10 3 6 11 3 6 11 3 5 11 2 6 10 1 7 8 2 5 11 2 4 11 1 3 9 4 . 4 1 3 11 2 . 7 1 1 6 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 11 2 . 3 . 1 11 . 1 11 1 . 11 1 . 4 . 1 5 . 1 10 . 1 7 . 1 5 . . 11 344 418 11 369 370

105 75 68 55 49 49 41 39 37 29 29 17 15 15 15 13 13 11 9 9 8 8 8 7 6 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 762 739

tfl/yds

7.0-11 13.5-51 2.0-6 5.0-11 2.0-3 6.0-22 3.0-7 4.5-16 4.5-23 3.5-9 . . 2.0-8 . 1.5-5 1.0-1 0.5-5 1.0-5 . . . . . . . 1.0-33 1.0-2 . . . 1.0-12 . 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . . . 61-231 83-267

Sacks no-yds

Pass defense Fumbles blkd int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick

. 1-25 3.5-22 . . 5-66 . 3-36 . 2-37 5.5-19 . 1.0-2 . 2.0-10 1-3 2.5-18 . 2.5-7 1-0 . . . 2-0 . . . . 1.5-5 . . . 0.5-5 . 1.0-5 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . 2-25 . . . . . . . . 1.0-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-105 18-192 14-97 10-239

4 2 . 2 3 1 2 1 . 4 4 . . . . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 36

1 5 . 1 . 9 . 5 2 5 . . 1 . 1 . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 35

1-0 1-0 . . . 1-0 . 1-0 1-0 1-0 . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 8-0 6-1

1 3 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 10

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

saf

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


RMU Football Game Notes - Dayton (9/3/11)