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2018 FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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2018 Football Media Supplement

MEDIA INFORMATION

Media Information Sports Information The 2018 South Dakota football media supplement is designed to assist members of the media in its coverage of Coyote football and to serve as a historical summary of the program. Your contact for the 2018 football team is Sports Information Director Bryan Boettcher. Photographs, weekly releases, feature ideas and statistics are available through Boettcher at (605) 658-5544 or by email at Bryan.Boettcher@usd.edu. Updated results, statistics and releases are available at www.GoYotes.com. Football Contact:.............................................Bryan Boettcher Cell Phone (preferred):..................................... (563) 260-4316

(please communicate through text past 9 p.m. on non-game days)

Office Phone:.................................................... (605) 658-5544 Email:.............................................. bryan.boettcher@usd.edu

Media Access/Services Working media members will be seated on press row, which is located on the top east side of the DakotaDome. Rosters, weekly releases and current statistics will be available on press row. Photographers and cameramen are asked to shoot from the goal line to the 30-yard line on the east side of the DakotaDome. Credential requests should be submitted to Sports Information Director Bryan Boettcher at least a day in advance. Interview Policy All interviews with coaches and student-athletes must be coordinated through Sports Information Director Bryan Boettcher at least one day in advance. Following games, the South Dakota locker room is closed to the media. Requests for Coyote players and coaches to attend the postgame press conference should be directed to Boettcher towards the end of each contest. Coyotes On The Air All regular season and postseason University of South Dakota football games will be carried live through the Coyote Sports Network, which includes six stations throughout South Dakota. Award-winning play-by-play announcer Joe Van Goor returns as the voice of the Coyotes for the 2018 football season. He will be joined by long-time Vermillion High School coach Gary Culver, who will provide commentary. KVHT 106.3 FM in Yankton serves as the flagship station for the Coyotes. USD fans can also catch the games through these affiliates: Location Belle Fourche Rapid City Sioux Falls Watertown Yankton/Vermillion

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FM Stations KYDT 103.1 KIMM 106.7 KQSF 95.7 KXLG 99.1 KVHT 106.3

AM Stations KBFS 1450 KIMM 1150

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USD Football Media Outlets Associated Press...................................... 800-952-9911 or 605-332-3111 P.O. Box 1125, Sioux Falls, S.D., 57101............................Fax: 605-332-3931 Email............................................................................. apsiouxfalls@ap.org Sioux Falls Argus Leader.....................................................800-636-4263 P.O. Box 5034, Sioux Falls, SD, 57117..............................Fax: 605-331-2294 Mick Garry........................................................... mgarry@argusleader.com Yankton Press & Dakotan....................................................605-665-7811 P.O. Box 56, Yankton, SD, 57078......................................Fax: 605-665-1721 James Cimburek, Jeremy Hoeck...................................sports@yankton.net Sioux City Journal...............................................................800-397-9820 515 Pavonia, Sioux City, IA, 51102...................................Fax: 712-279-5059 Barry Poe........................................................sports@siouxcityjournal.com Vermillion Plain Talk...........................................................605-624-4429 David Lias, Editor....................................................david.lias@plaintalk.net The Volante .......................................................................605-677-6891 Ali Boysen, Sports Editor.....................................volante@coyotes.usd.edu KVHT Radio........................................................................605-665-2600 210 West 3rd Street Yankton, SD 57078...........................Fax: (605) 665-8875 John Thayer, Sports Director............................................ sports@kvht.com KWSN Radio.......................................................................605-331-5350 500 S. Phillips, Sioux Falls, SD 57104...............................Fax: 605-336-0415 Craig Mattick, John Gaskins.......................... craig.mattick@mwcradio.com ESPN 99.1 FM.....................................................................605-361-0300 5100 S Tennis Ln, Sioux Falls, SD 57108 Jeff Harkness, Jeff Thurn................Jeff@espn991.com | JT@espn991.com KAOR Radio (USD Campus Radio) ......................................605-677-6477 555 N. Dakota St., Vermillion, SD 57069 Midco Sports Network........................................................605-274-7638 425 S 1st Ave., Sioux Falls, S.D. 57104.......................................................... Jay Elsen, announcer, programming assistant............... jay.elsen@mmi.net KSFY-TV..............................................................................605-373-7376 300 N. Dakota Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57102.......................Fax: 605-336-2067 Eric Thorstenson, sports director...........................ethorstensen@ksfy.com KELO-TV.............................................................................605-336-1100 501 S. Phillips Ave., Sioux Falls, SD, 57102......................Fax: 605-336-0202 Travis Fossing, sports director.................................tfossing@keloland.com KDLT-TV..............................................................................605-361-1357 3600 S. Westport Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57116............................... Fax: 605-361-3982 Mark Ovenden, sports director......................................... sports@kdlt.com KCAU-TV.............................................................................800-475-5228 7th & Douglas, Sioux City, IA 51101................................Fax: 712-277-4298 Jordan Furbee, sports director.................................... jfurbee@kcautv.com KTIV-TV..............................................................................800-234-5848 3135 Floyd Blvd., Sioux City, IA 51105.............................Fax: 712-239-2621 Brad Pautsch, sports director........................................bpautsch@ktiv.com KMEG-TV............................................................................712-252-5634 100 Gold Circle, Dakota Dunes, SD 57049.......................Fax: 712-255-5250 Owen Siebring, sports director.................. otsiebring@siouxlandnews.com

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents

Media Information...................................................1 Table of Contents..................................................... 2

Meet the Team

2017 Football Roster.............................................3-4 Head Coach Bob Nielson.......................................5-6 Coordinators..........................................................7-9 Assistant Coaches/Support Staff.......................10-12 Administration........................................................13

2017 in Review

Single-Game Career Highs.................................15-16 Individual & Team Game Highs..............................17 Team Statistics........................................................ 18 Players’ Game-by-Game Statistics.....................19-20 Individual Statistics............................................21-23 Scoring Drive Summary..........................................24 Big Plays................................................................. 25 Drives & Analysis....................................................26 Game Summaries..............................................27-40

History and Records

A Tradition of Winning......................................49-50 Year-by-Year Results..........................................51-56 All-Time Series vs. Opponents...........................57-63 All-Time Series vs. Conferences..............................64 Year-by-Year Win-Loss Records..........................65-66 Coaching Records...................................................67 South Dakota Honor Roll........................................68 All-Conference Selections.................................69-70 All-Academic Teams...............................................71 Individual Records.............................................72-75 Team Records......................................................... 76 Professional Coyotes......................Inside Back Cover

Missouri Valley Football Conference

History...............................................................41-42 2018 Schedules.................................................43-44 2017 Team Statistics...............................................45 2017 Individual Statistics........................................46 2017 MVFC Individual Honors................................47 All-Time South Dakota MVFC Honors.....................48

2018 Schedule Date Opponent Sept. 1 at Kansas State Sept. 8 Northern Colorado Sept. 15 at Weber State Sept. 29 at Southern Illinois Oct. 6 Missouri State*^ Oct. 13 UNI* Oct. 20 at Youngstown State* Oct. 27 North Dakota State* Nov. 3 at Indiana State* Nov. 10 Western Illinois* Nov. 17 at South Dakota State*

Location Manhattan, Kan. Vermillion, S.D. Ogden, Utah Carbondale, Ill. Vermillion, S.D. Vermillion, S.D. Youngstown, Ohio Vermillion, S.D. Terre Haute, Ind. Vermillion, S.D. Brookings, S.D.

Time Series 6 p.m. 0-4 2 p.m. 10-17 7 p.m. 1-0-1 6 p.m. 2-2 2 p.m. 2-2 6 p.m. 19-28-1 5 p.m. 1-5 2 p.m. 26-54-2 Noon 3-1 1 p.m. 3-5 2 p.m. 51-54-7

Last 2015 2010 2016 2017 2015 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017

All game times listed are Central * - Missouri Valley Football Conference ^ - Dakota Days

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2018 South Dakota Football Roster (Preseason) ALPHABETICAL/PRONUNCIATIONS # Name Pos. A 82 da-CAR-ee Allen...................WR 49 coh-LAH-day AH-moo-sahn....LB 77 Tanner Anderson................... OL 29 Isaac Armstead......................DB B 1 Randy Baker.........................WR 75 Michael bee-ON-key............. OL 7 Darion Bolden.......................DB 25 KAY-nin Brooks...................... RB 94 Ethan Burson......................... DL 70 Sammy Byrd.......................... DL C 6 Kody Case.............................WR 68 Tyler SEAR-eh........................ OL 1 Bryan Clements....................... P 92 Kameron Cline....................... DL 39 Jack Cochrane........................LB 20 Alex COH-ker..........................LB 90 Jackson COH-ker................... DL 24 Mark Collins Jr.......................DB 32 KAY-nin Cox........................... RB 10 Reggie Crawford...................WR D 52 Braden De BORE.................... DL 8 Trystn Ducker.......................WR E 80 Wesley EL-ih-door................WR 66 Isaac UR-bih+s....................... OL F 38 Ethan foul-in-EE-coh............. RB 88 Levi Falck..............................WR 26 D'Andre Ferguson............... ATH 19 Clay Fisher..............................LB 4 Tyler Foot..............................QB 14 Michael Fredrick................... RB G 79 Spencer Gavin....................... OL 37 Lincoln Gibbs......................... RB 63 Matt Gilray............................ OL 46 Dalton Godfrey....................... LS 86 Austin GO-er-ing....................TE 22 Alex Gray................................LB 9 Andrew Gray.........................DB 44 Darin Greenfield.................... DL 15 Drew Greenhaw...................WR H 36 Hunter Headlee......................LB 51 Jacob Headlee....................... DL 2 KIGH Henry........................... RB 87 Connor Herrmann..................TE 50 Spencer Hopkins................... DL 53 Ja'Von HUE-n......................... DL J 13 sha-MAR Jackson.................WR 12 Tre Jackson............................DB 34 Ethan James.........................K/P 73 Cody Jennings....................... OL 89 Alex Jensen............................TE 76 Nick Jensen........................... OL 23 Jonathan JOAN-is...................LB 2 Mike Johnson........................DB 69 Tyler Johnson........................ OL

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NUMERICAL ROSTER # Name 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 11 12 12 13 14 15 15 16 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 34 35 35 36 37 37 38 39 41 42 43 44

Randy Baker Bryan Clements Kai Henry Mike Johnson Austin Simmons Jordan Sommerville Tyler Foote Elijah Reed Brian Woodward Kody Case Isaiah McDaniels Tyler Tsagalis Darion Bolden Trystn Ducker Rodney Sivils Jr. Zeke Robinson Andrew Gray Reggie Crawford Marquis Majors Jakob Parks Tre Jackson Shamar Jackson Michael Fredrick Drew Greenhaw Brady Schutt Joe Schlager Andy McCance Cameron Tisdale Clay Fisher Alex Coker Phillip Powell Alex Gray Jonathan Joanis Mark Collins Jr. Canaan Brooks D’Andre Ferguson Jakari Starling Dakota Smith Isaac Armstead Ben Klett Mason Lorber Canaan Cox Jake Matthew Ryan Mazurek Ethan James Carter Kuchel Dominic Long Hunter Headlee Lincoln Gibbs Gabe Montgomery Ethan Falaniko Jack Cochrane Brandon Thull Austin Peters Joe Kordus Darin Greenfield

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Pos. Ht. WR P RB DB QB DB QB DB LB WR DB QB DB WR DB WR DB WR WR QB DB WR RB WR P RB QB DB LB LB DB LB LB DB RB ATH DB LB DB RB K RB LB TE K/P WR K/P LB RB DB RB LB RB WR LB DL

5-10 6-3 5-8 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-11 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-9 6-1 6-1 5-8 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-3 5-10 5-9 6-0 6-3

Wt. Yr. Hometown/Previous School 160 195 195 200 210 180 220 195 210 165 165 215 175 165 205 160 215 205 175 200 175 160 175 165 205 175 190 170 215 215 205 225 205 175 210 205 205 205 185 220 160 165 230 205 205 180 190 200 205 165 230 220 195 170 215 235

Jr. Daytona Beach, Fla./Mainland HS R-Fr. Corona, Calif./Santiago HS So. Miami, Fla./Northwestern HS Jr. Clearwater, Fla./Iowa State Jr. Council Bluffs, Iowa/Lewis Central HS R-Fr. St. Louis, Mo./Lutheran North HS Fr. Florissant, Mo./John Burroughs HS So. Denver, Colo./Rangeview HS Sr. Phoenix, Ariz./Brophy College Prep So. Lake City, Iowa/South Central Calhoun HS R-Fr. San Diego, Calif./Madison HS So. Arlington Heights, Ill./Notre Dame Prep R-Fr. St. Louis, Mo./Trinity Catholic HS Jr. Bellevue, Neb./West HS Fr. Largo, Fla./Pinellas Park HS R-Fr. Vermillion, S.D./Elk Point-Jefferson HS Sr. New Lenox, Ill./Lincoln Way West HS R-Fr. St. Louis, Mo./Chaminade HS Fr. O’Fallon, Mo./Fort Zumwalt West HS R-Fr. Clearwater, Fla./Clearwater Central Catholic HS Fr. Wellington, Fla./Palm Beach Central HS Sr. Pahokee, Fla./Royal Palm Beach HS Sr. Miami, Fla./Champagnat Catholic HS So. Muscatine, Iowa/Muscatine HS (Ellsworth CC) So. Orange City, Iowa/MOC/FV HS So. McCook, Neb./McCook HS Fr. Gregory, S.D./Gregory HS Fr. Clearwater, Fla./Largo HS Sr. Omaha, Neb./Millard North HS Sr. Washington, Iowa/Washington HS So. Chicago, Ill./King College Prep Sr. New Lenox, Ill./Lincoln Way West HS R-Fr. Orlando, Fla./Boone HS So. Overland Park, Kan./Blue Valley West HS Fr. St. Louis, Mo./Lutheran North HS Fr. Clearwater, Fla./Calvary Christian HS Fr. Riviera Beach, Fla./Palm Beach Lakes HS Fr. Inglewood, Calif./Loyola HS Sr. Broken Arrow, Okla./Broken Arrow HS So. Lake Zurich, Ill./Lake Zurich HS Jr. New London, Iowa/Danville HS (Iowa Western CC) Fr. Remsen, Iowa/Remsen St. Mary’s HS So. Omaha, Neb./Millard North HS Fr. Eden Prairie, Minn./Academy of Holy Angels Sr. Vermillion, S.D./Vermillion HS Fr. Remsen, Iowa/Remsen St. Mary’s R-Fr. Gothenburg, Neb./Gothenburg HS Fr. Sioux Falls, S.D./Harrisburg HS R-Fr. Claremont, S.D./Langford Area HS R-Fr. Wildwood, Mo./Lafayette HS So. Anchorage, Alaska/Bartlett HS So. Mount Vernon, Iowa/Mount Vernon HS So. Kewaskum, Wis./Kewaskum HS So. Bronson, Iowa/Lawton-Bronson HS So. Menasha, Wis./Menasha HS Jr. Sheldon, Iowa/Sheldon HS

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Nathan Stoffel Dalton Godfrey DeValon Whitcomb Jake Richardson Kolade Amusan Spencer Hopkins Jacob Headlee Braden De Boer Ja’Von Hune Jarrod Peterson Tre Thomas Conner Thiele Brock Mogensen Trevor Shohoney Cam Seck Peter Klug Matt Gilray Braden Schneider Isaac Erbes Kian Rexroat-Potts Tyler Ciurej Tyler Johnson Sammy Byrd Mason Scheidegger Cody Jennings Andrew Morrison Michael Bianchi Nick Jensen Tanner Anderson Austin Wallace Spencer Gavin Wesley Eliodor Brett Samson Dakarai Allen Caleb Vander Esch Jack Peery Nathan Kneifl Austin Goehring Connor Herrmann Levi Falck Alex Jensen Jackson Coker Riley Peters Kameron Cline Luis Peguero Ethan Burson Nick Kramer Nathan Schultz Brendan Webb John Pempek Tell Spies

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TE LS DL DL LB DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL LS OL OL OL OL OL WR TE WR WR WR TE TE TE WR TE DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL

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Wt. Yr. Hometown/Previous School 225 215 265 245 205 240 280 270 230 205 210 230 215 300 285 250 290 275 320 300 310 290 265 310 290 185 310 295 280 295 260 180 235 175 190 200 220 235 215 195 215 265 200 240 255 275 230 270 205 310 250

Fr. Marathon, Wis./Marathon HS R-Fr. Cedar Falls, Iowa/Cedar Falls HS Jr. Omaha, Neb./North HS So. Kansas City, Kan./Minnehaha Acad. (Minn.) R-Fr. Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury HS Sr. Sioux Falls, S.D./O’Gorman HS So. Harrisburg, S.D./Harrisburg HS Jr. Sioux Center, Iowa/Sioux Center HS Fr. Wentzville, Mo./Timberland HS Fr. Lino Lakes, Minn./Centennial HS Fr. Burnsville, Minn./Burnsville HS So. Oakland, Neb./Oakland-Craig HS Fr. Farmington, Minn./Farmington HS Fr. Franklin, Wis./Franklin HS R-Fr. Paola, Kan./Paola HS R-Fr. Overland Park, Kan./Blue Valley North HS R-Fr. Burnsville, Minn./Burnsville HS R-Fr. McLouth, Kan./Jefferson County North HS Fr. Urbandale, Iowa/Urbandale HS Fr. Oconomowoc, Wis./Oconomowoc HS So. Bellevue, Neb./West HS Jr. Peosta, Iowa/Western Dubuque HS R-Fr. Circle Pines, Minn./Centennial HS So. Fonda, Iowa/Newell Fonda HS Sr. Kismet, Kan./Garden City CC Fr. Katy, Texas/Tompkins HS Jr. Island Lake, Ill./Wauconda HS Sr. Vermillion, S.D./Vermillion HS Sr. Haysville, Kan./Derby HS R-Fr. Metamora, Ill./Metamora Township HS Fr. Indianola, Iowa/Indianola HS Fr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Fort Lauderdale HS So. Oconomowoc, Wis./Oconomowoc HS Jr. Largo, Fla./Largo HS So. San Jose, Calif./Willow Glen HS So. Sioux Falls, S.D./O’Gorman HS R-Fr. Lawton, Iowa/Lawton-Bronson HS R-Fr. Kiel, Wis./Kiel HS So. Mount Vernon, Iowa/Mount Vernon HS So. Circle Pines, Minn./Centennial HS R-Fr. Plymouth, Minn./Wayzata HS So. Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Kennedy HS R-Fr. Vermillion, S.D./Vermillion HS Jr. San Diego, Calif./Patrick Henry HS Jr. Wellington, Fla./Palm Beach Central HS Fr. Springfield, Mo./Willard HS So. Plymouth, Minn./Wayzata HS So. Hartland, Wis./Arrowhead Union HS Fr. Buhler, Kan./Buhler HS R-Fr. Springfield, Ill./Sacred Heart-Griffin HS Fr. Mullen, Neb./Mullen HS

# Name Pos. K 30 Ben Klett................................ RB 62 Peter CLUE-g......................... DL 85 Nathan ka-NIGH-ful................TE 43 Joe CORD-us...........................LB 95 Nick Kramer........................... DL 35 Carter KOO-chul...................WR L 31 Mason Lorber.......................... K 35 Dominic Long.......................K/P M 11 mar-KEY-s Majors.................WR 33 Jake Matthew.........................LB 34 Ryan muh-ZER-ick..................TE 16 Andy McCance......................QB 6 Isaiah McDaniels...................DB 57 Brock MOH-gen-sen...............LB 37 Gabe Montgomery................DB 74 Andrew Morrison................... LS P 12 Jakob Parks............................QB 93 Luis Peguero.......................... DL 84 Jack Peery............................WR 98 John Pempek......................... DL 42 Austin Peters........................WR 91 Riley Peters........................... DL 54 JAIR-id Peterson.....................LB 21 Phillip Powell.........................DB R 4 Elijah Reed............................DB 67 Kian Rexroat-Potts................. OL 48 Jake Richardson..................... DL 9 ZEEK Robinson.....................WR S 81 Brett Samson..........................TE 72 Mason SHY-digger................. OL 16 Joe SHLAH-ger....................... RB 65 Braden Schneider.................. OL 96 Nathan Schultz...................... DL 15 Brady Schutt............................ P 60 Cam Seck............................... OL 58 Trevor Shohoney................... OL 3 Austin Simmons....................QB 8 Rodney SIH-vuls Jr.................DB 28 Dakota Smith..........................LB 3 Jordan Sommerville..............DB 99 Tell SPEES.............................. DL 27 Jakari Starling........................DB 45 Nathan STAW-ful....................TE T 56 Conner TEAL...........................LB 55 Tre Thomas............................LB 17 Cameron Tisdale...................DB 41 Brandon Thull........................ RB 7 Tyler si-GAW-lis.....................QB V 83 Caleb Vander Esch................WR W 78 Austin Wallace...................... OL 97 Brendan Webb...................... DL 47 DEV-uh-lahn Whitcomb........ DL 5 Brian Woodward....................LB

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MEET THE TEAM

Bob Nielson Head Coach: 3rd Season Alma Mater: Wartburg College ‘82 Hometown: Waverly, Iowa Overall Record: 198-92-1 2 National Championships 5

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Head Coach Bob Nielson

Bob Nielson was introduced as the 30th head coach in the history of University of South Dakota football in December of 2015. It is the sixth head coaching stint for Nielson, who has enjoyed success at every level of college football. He is a three-time national coach of the year recipient, a two-time national champion head coach, and was Missouri Valley Football Conference Coach of the Year in 2016. The 2018 season is the 26th for Nielson as a head coach.

Nielson has been labeled a builder throughout his career and 2017 certainly added to that legacy. In just his second season with the Coyotes, Nielson led the program to a record eight wins at the Division I level and to the FCS playoffs for the first time. It marked the fifth consecutive program that has reached the playoffs within four years of Nielson taking the helm. The Coyotes won their FCS playoff debut and reached the final 16.

Nielson enters 2018 two wins shy of 200 career victories. His 198 wins rank 20th amongst active head coaches regardless of division. Amongst active FCS coaches, he has the fifth-most victories and the fourth-best win percentage (.682). Prior to arriving in Vermillion, Nielson served as head coach at Western Illinois University in Macomb for three seasons from 2013-15. He led the Leathernecks to a 7-6 record in 2015 and to the second round of the FCS playoffs. It was the first playoff appearance for the Leathernecks since 2010. Nielson grew up in Marion, Iowa, and received his bachelor’s degree from Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, in 1982. He began his career as an offensive line coach at his alma mater before being promoted to defensive coordinator in 1987. Ripon College in Wisconsin gave Nielson his first head coaching position. He was 2-6-1 in his first season and improved to 7-2 in year two. It was the first season the Red Hawks had posted more than four victories in eight years. Nielson returned to Wartburg in 1991 to serve as head coach of the Knights. In 1993, his third season, Wartburg won an Iowa Conference title, Nielson earned his first conference coach of the year award, and the Knights returned to the NCAA Division III playoffs for the first time in 11 years. In 1994, Wartburg recorded its first NCAA playoff victory. Nielson’s Duluth Dynasty began in 1999. In year three, Duluth made its first postseason appearance by competing in the Mineral Water Bowl. The following season, the Bulldogs won the 2002 Northern Sun Championship with a perfect 9-0 record and qualified for the NCAA Division II playoffs for the first time in school history. Duluth was 38-19 in its first five years under Nielson, who turned in his whistle after the 2003 season to serve as the Bulldogs’ athletic director. He remained the AD when he returned to coach the football team in 2008. That year, Duluth earned its first national championship with a 15-0 record. The Bulldogs duplicated the feat in 2010. Nielson was 100-26 in 10 seasons at Duluth. In his second five-year stint, the program was 62-7 with five NCAA playoff appearances, five NSIC titles and two undefeated seasons. Nielson was named national coach of the year in both championship years and totaled three Northern Sun Coach of the Year awards. Nielson joined the FCS ranks in 2013 when he made the move to Macomb. The Leathernecks had combined for five wins total from 2011-12, but progressed to four, five and seven wins in three seasons under Nielson. The Leathernecks featured seven all-MVFC honorees including four in 2015. Nielson and his wife, Terri, have two daughters, Amanda Taylor and Kasey King, a son, Kyle, and three grandchildren, Cash, Rowan, and Finley Taylor. Nielson holds a master’s degree from University of Northern Iowa, which he completed in 1988. He is a member of the University of Minnesota Duluth and Linn-Mar High School Athletic Hall of Fames.

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NIELSON’S COACHING FILE COACHING HISTORY

1981-86 1987-88 1989-90 1991-95 1996-98 1999-03, 08-12 2004-07 2013-2015 2016- Present

Wartburg College Offensive Line Coach Wartburg College Defensive Coordinator Ripon College Head Coach Wartburg College Head Coach UW-Eau Claire Head Coach Minnesota Duluth Head Coach Minnesota Duluth Athletic Director University of Western Illinois Head Coach University of South Dakota Head Coach

HEAD COACHING RECORD

1989 Ripon College. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6-1 1990 Ripon College. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2 1991 Wartburg College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4 1992 Wartburg College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5 1993 Wartburg College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-2 NCAA Division III Playoffs 1994 Wartburg College . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2 NCAA Division III Quarterfinals 1995 Wartburg College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1 1996 UW-Eau Claire. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5 1997 UW-Eau Clare. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3 1998 UW-Eau Claire. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3 NCAA Division III Semifinals 1999 Minnesota Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8 2000 Minnesota Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4 2001 Minnesota Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-3 2002 Minnesota Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1 NCAA Division II Playoffs 2003 Minnesota Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3 2008 Minnesota Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-0 NCAA Division II National Champions 2009 Minnesota Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-2 NCAA Division II Quarterfinals 2010 Minnesota Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-0 NCAA Division II National Champions 2011 Minnesota Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-3 NCAA Division II Quarterfinals 2012 Minnesota Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2 NCAA Division II Playoffs 2013 Western Illinois. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8 2014 Western Illinois. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7 2015 Western Illinois. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6 NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs - 2nd Rd 2016 South Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7 2017 South Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5 NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs - 2nd Rd Career Coaching Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198-92-1

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Coordinators Ted Schlafke, who quarterbacked Bob Nielson's undefeated Minnesota Duluth team in 2008, has been Nielson's quarterbacks coach and pass game coordinator since 2013. This year, Schlafke is the offensive coordinator, a designation he previously earned on the staff at Montana Tech. Schlafke is coming off a 2017 season that saw the best performer at the FCS level in quarterback Chris Streveler lead one of the best offenses the MVFC has seen. USD averaged 38 points per game and a Valleyrecord 523 yards per game. Streveler went on to become an opening-day starter in the CFL.

Ted Schlafke

Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks 3rd Season

Alma Mater Minnesota Duluth, 2008 Degrees Finance, UMD, 2008 Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2018-pres.: Offensive Coor./QBs 2016-17: Pass Game Coor./QBs Western Illinois 2013-15: Pass Game Coor./QBs Montana Tech 2011-12: Offensive Coor./QBs Southern Illinois 2009-11: Asst. Offensive Line Playing Experience UMD, quarterback, 2004-08 Awards All-American after leading UMD to national title in 2008, set NCAA DII record for career completions

Atiba Bradley begins his third year as the Coyotes' co-defensive coordinator. He also leads the team's inside linebacker group.

Hometown Joplin, Mo. Alma Mater Missouri Southern, 2008 Degrees General Studies, MSSU, 2007 Master’s degree, Missouri, 2009 Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2016-pres: Co-Defensive Coor. Western Illinois 2013-15: Linebackers Quincy 2012: Defensive Coordinator Missouri 2008-09: Graduate Assistant Missouri Southern 2006-07 & 2010-11: LBs Playing Experience MSSU, LB, 2001-05 Family Wife, Jacquelyn, daughters, Briauna and Kiara, and son, Marcus

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Schlafke began his coaching career at Southern Illinois and was recruited by former Coyote defensive coordinator Chuck Morrell to come to Montana Tech. He moved to Western Illinois when Nielson became head coach there in 2013. The Leathernecks went from the bottom of FCS offenses to a playoff team in three years under Schlafke. Western Illinois averaged 25 points and nearly 400 yards in 2015 while advancing to the second round of the FCS playoffs.

Hometown Stevens Point, Wis.

Bradley first teamed up with Bob Nielson in 2013 at Western Illinois. Bradley was serving as the defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator at Quincy, but jumped to Macomb to lead the linebackers. Western Illinois ranked seventh nationally in total defense in year one, and by year three, the Leathernecks were in the FCS playoffs. A similar pattern has taken place at South Dakota where the Coyotes are coming off their best season at the Division I level. USD improved its run defense by 100 yards in 2017 and finished fifth nationally in sacks while competing in the FCS playoffs for the first time.

Atiba Bradley

An all-conference linebacker at Missouri Co-Defensive Coordinator/ Southern, Bradley's coaching career began as a Inside LBs/NFL Liaison student assistant there and was hired full-time 3rd Season by his alma mater in 2010 following two years as a graduate assistant at University of Missouri. Quincy made him a coordinator ahead of the 2012 campaign.

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Coordinators Hometown Spring Lake, Michigan

Rob Aurich is the special teams coordinator and outside linebackers coach.

Alma Mater Minnesota Duluth, 2010

Aurich competed for Bob Nielson at Minnesota Duluth and won national titles with the Bulldogs in 2008 and 2010. Aurich, who graduated as the program’s second-leading tackler with 310, was a first-team All-American in 2009 and a three-time all-NSIC honoree.

Degrees Criminology, UMD, 2010 MBA, Bemidji State, 2015 Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2018-pres: Special Teams/OLB Bemidji State 2017: Defensive Coordinator 2015-16: Special Teams 2014: Linebackers Playing Experience UMD, Linebacker (2007-10) Awards All-American who led the Bulldogs to the 2008 and 2010 national titles. Family Wife, Sarah, and daughter, Luella

Aurich has been on the coaching staff at Bemidji State University in Minnesota the last four seasons and served as defensive coordinator for the Beavers in 2017. BSU has gone 24-10 in its last three seasons. The Beavers featured a top-25 defense this past season that included national rankings fourth in yards per carry and ninth in yards per play. The unit was seventh in interceptions and 18th in sacks. Prior to Bemidji, Aurich worked as an outside account executive at Livingston International in Chicago and prior to that as a paralegal intern in Duluth. He received his bachelor’s degree in criminology from UMD in 2010 and completed his master’s degree in business administration from BSU in 2015. Phil Ockinga has experience coaching nearly every position group during a career that dates back to the early 2000s. He is leading the wide receivers in 2018 following two years serving as special teams coordinator and running backs coach. Ockinga is also USD's recruiting coordinator, a post he held in 2015 when working with Bob Nielson at Western Illinois. Ockinga played collegiately at Wyoming and Hastings, and his coaching career includes college programs in Nebraska, Kansas, Florida, Illinois and South Dakota. He was a successful offensive coordinator at Hutchinson Community College, and worked his way into the role of linebackers coach and director of player personnel during his four years at Florida International.

Phil Ockinga

Recruiting Coordinator/ Wide Receivers 3rd Season

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At USD, Ockinga helped guide one of the top special teams performers in the nation in AllAmerican punter/place kicker Miles Bergner. The Coyotes' ground game has averaged better than 180 yards per game in two years with Ockinga in charge of running backs. He moves to a talented and deep wide receiving core for 2018.

Rob Aurich

Special Teams Coordinator/ Outside Linebackers 1st Season

Hometown Hastings, Neb. Alma Mater Hastings College, 2002 Degrees Physical Education, Hastings, 2002 Master’s degree, FHSU, 2006 Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2018-pres: Recruiting Coor./WRs 2016-17: Spec. Teams Coor./RBs Western Illinois 2015: WRs/Recruiting Coor. Hutchinson C.C. (2013-14) Florida International (2009-12) Fort Hays State (2004-08) Hastings College (2002-03) Playing Experience Wyoming, Hastings, RB/LB Family Wife, Kelsie, and three children, Miles, Claire and Elle

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Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator Assistant head coach Brian Mohnsen, affectionately known as coach “Moose”, has been a part of college football since his playing days at University of Nebraska in the early 90s and has been a part of 13 conference championships. Mohnsen takes over as defensive coordinator for the Coyotes in 2018 after serving as defensive line coach for two seasons. Mohnsen first teamed with head coach Bob Nielson at Western Illinois in 2014. He made the move to Vermillion alongside Nielson in December of 2015. Mohnsen’s coaching career began at his alma mater in 1992. He spent 12 years on staff with the Huskers, serving as director of the video scouting department and assisted with gameday management. He worked alongside legendary coach Tom Osborne and was a part of national championships in 1994, 1995 and 1997.

Brian Mohnsen

Assistant Head Coach/ Defensive Coordinator/ Community Service 3rd Season

In 2004, Mohnsen became the defensive coordinator at Northwestern Oklahoma State where he guided a Ranger defense that ranked in the top five in rushing, passing and scoring defense. He transitioned to defensive line coach at Minnesota State where he spent the 2005 season.

Mohnsen worked on staff at Buffalo from 2006-09 where he coached the linebackers (2006) and defensive line (2007-09). Mohnsen helped lead the Bulls to back-to-back Mid-American Conference East Division Championships and to Buffalo’s first-ever trip to a bowl game in 2008 (International Bowl). Mohnsen served as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach for Nebraska alum Tony Samuel at Southeast Missouri State for three years starting in 2011. He moved to Macomb, Ill., ahead of the 2014 season to serve as defensive line coach for Nielson at Western Illinois and was promoted to assistant head coach for defense ahead of the 2015 campaign. Mohnsen helped lead the Leathernecks to the 2015 FCS playoffs, the first trip for the program since 2010. Western Illinois advanced to the second round to culminate a seven-win season.

Hometown McCook, Neb. Alma Mater University of Nebraska, 1991 Degrees Secondary Education, UNL, 1991 Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2018-pres.: Asst. HC/Defensive Coor. 2016-17: Asst. HC/Defensive Line Western Illinois 2014-15: Defensive Line Southeast Missouri State 2011-13: Defensive Coordinator Buffalo 2007-09: Defensive Line 2006: Linebackers Minnesota State 2005: Defensive Line Northwestern Oklahoma State 2004: Defensive Coordinator Nebraska 1992-03:

Dir. of Video Scouting

Playing Experience Nebraska, LB, 1988-91 Family Wife, Kerri, and daughter, Madison

Perhaps the biggest reason for the Coyotes' resurgence in 2017 was the play of Mohnsen's defensive line. The unit, led by All-American defensive end Darin Greenfield, tied for fifth nationally with 40 sacks, and the run defense improved by 100 yards per game from the previous year. The result was the program's first eight-win season at the Division I level and the Coyotes' first trip to the FCS playoffs. Mohnsen graduated from Nebraska in 1991 with a degree in secondary education. He and his wife, Kerri, have a daughter, Madison.

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Mark Watson Defensive Backs 3rd Season

Andrew Prevost Offensive Line 3rd Season

Al Sega Defensive Line 2nd Season

Hometown St. Charles, Mo.

Hometown Galesville, Wis.

Hometown Oceanside, Calif.

Alma Mater McPherson College, 2010

Alma Mater Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 2011

Alma Mater UW-Eau Claire, 1994

Degrees Business Management, MC, 2010

Degrees Organizational Comm. & Information Systems, UWEC, 2011 Master's Degree, UMD, 2013

Degrees Human Services, UW-Superior, 1996

Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2018-pres.: Defensive Backs 2016-17: Cornerbacks Western Illinois 2015: Cornerbacks 2013-14: Wide Receivers Southern California 2012: Graduate Assistant Drake 2010-11: Graduate Assistant Playing Experience McPherson, DB, 2008-10 Missouri Southern, DB, 2005-07 Family Wife, Antheria, and four children, Tatiana, Makayla, Amaya and Mark III

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Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2018-pres.: Offensive Line 2016-17: Tight Ends Western Illinois 2014-15: Tight Ends 2013: Defensive Line Minnesota Duluth 2011-12: Linebackers UW-Eau Claire 2010: Offensive Line Playing Experience UW-Eau Claire, OL, 2005-09 Family Wife, Cortney, and son, Brooks

Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2018: Devensive Line 2017: Defensive Tackles UW-Eau Claire 2016: Defensive Line 1995-99: Defensive Line UW-Memorial HS 2009-15: Co-Head Coach/DC 2007-08: Defensive Coord. 2004-06: Defensive Line Minnesota Duluth (2000-04) Playing Experience UW-Eau Claire, 1993-94 Palomar College, 1991-92 Awards Two-time all-WSUC; 1994 Team MVP Palomar MVP; San Diego CIF Def. POY Family Wife, Meleina, and four children, Avery, Meleina, Mickey and Ashley

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Assistant Coaches

Dante Warren

Tyler Paopao Tight Ends 1st Season

Running Backs 1st Season

David Milke Director of Operations 2nd Season

Hometown Oceanside, California

Hometown Schaumburg, Illinois

Hometown Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Alma Mater Occidental College, 2004

Alma Mater South Dakota, 2017

Alma Mater UNI, 2011

Degrees Sociology, Occidental, 2004 Master’s degree, SE Louisiana, 2009

Degrees Sports Management, USD, 2017

Degrees Finance, Real Estate, UNI, 2011 Master's Degree, W. Illinois, 2014

Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2018-pres.: Tight Ends Eastern Oregon 2015-17: Assistant Head Coach 2012-14: Offensive Coordinator Southeastern Louisiana 2007-11: TEs/RBs/WRs Lazio Marines (Italy) 2006: Offensive Coordinator Ottawa Renegades (CFL) 2005: WRs/Returners Playing Experience Southern Illinois, quarterback, 1998-99 Occidental, quarterback, 2001-03 Awards Two-time all-SCIAC honoree

Past Experiences South Dakota 2018-pres.: Running Backs Augustana: 2016-17: Graduate Assistant Zion Benton Township HS: 2014-15: Offensive Coordinator North Chicago HS 2012: Quarterbacks Coach Playing Experience USD, quarterback, 2008-11 Tri-Cities Fever (IFL), 2013

Past Experiences South Dakota 2017-pres: Director of Operations Western Illinois: 2013-15: Director of Operations UNI: 2008-11: Student Assistant Family Wife, Natalie

Awards All-Great West honoree in 2010 Led Coyotes to 41-38 win against Minnesota in 2010 Family Wife, Hailie

Family Wife, Jessica, and son, Mateo

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Jay Burns Defensive GA 1st Season

Jordan Knock Offensive GA 1st Season

Clete McLeod Strength & Conditioning 1st Season

Hometown Kansas City, Kan.

Hometown Gilbert, Iowa

Hometown Assumption, Illinois

Alma Mater South Dakota, 2013

Alma Mater Grand View University, 2018

Alma Mater Southern Illinois

Degrees Kinesiology & Sport Science, USD, 2013

Degrees Business Administration & Sport Management, Grand View, 2018

Degrees Physical Education, SIU Master's Degree, SIU

Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2018: Defensive Q.C. H.B. Plant High School (Florida) 2017: Teacher, Assistant Coach Rockhurst High School (Missouri) 2013-16: Teacher, Assistant Coach

Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2018-pres.: Offensive G.A.

Coaching Experiences South Dakota 2018: Head S&C Coach Nebraska 2016-17: Ass. Head S&C Coach Southern Illinois 2011-15: Head S&C Coach

Playing Experience Butler C.C., tight end, 2009-10 South Dakota, tight end, 2011-12 Competed in all 22 games and earned 15 starts in two seasons with the Coyotes. In addition to run blocking and pass protection, caught eight passes for 79 yards.

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Playing Experience Grand View, quarterback, 2014-17 Two-time Heart of America Offensive Player of the Year (2016, 2017) Passed for 6,563 yards and 47 touchdowns in two-plus seasons for the Vikings. Also totaled 977 yards rushing with 23 scores.

Also: Oregon State (3), SE Missouri State (1), & Northern Illinois Other Experience Served as a United State infantryman from 1992-94 before starting school at Southern Illinois. Is a NSCA certified strength and conditioning specialist *Distinguished, a USA Weightlifting certified club coach, and USA Track & Field Level 1 coach

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Sheila Gestring

David Herbster

University President 1st Year | Sioux Falls

Athletic Director 12th Year | Virginia Tech (1991)

Jamie Oyen

Jeanette Hubert

Sr. Associate A.D. | SWA 7th Year | Southwest Minn. State (2003)

Associate A.D. for Business and Finance 16th Year | NDSB (1995)

David Williams

Corey Jenkins

Deputy Athletic Director 6th Year | Augustana (1991)

Sr. Associate A.D. for Facilities & Operations 1st Year | Georgia (2005)

Andy Carr

Dr. Laura Vidler

Faculty Athletic Representative Associate A.D. for 2nd Year | NYU (1992) Development 2nd Year | Winona St (2000)

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Dan Fitzsimmons Cross Country

Brett Barnett Women’s Tennis

Brett Bennett Women's Golf

Michael Thomas Women’s Soccer

John Vining Men's Golf

Kyle Joplin Triathlon

Lucky Huber Track & Field

Robert Wagner Softball

Jason Mahowald Swimming & Diving

Todd Lee Men’s Basketball

Dawn Plitzuweit Women’s Basketball

Leanne Williamson Volleyball

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Single-Game Career Highs - Offense Passing Attempts 3 - Austin Simmons 30 vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 5 - Brian Woodward 4 at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15 15 - Chris Streveler 63 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17

Comps. 13 vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 1, 3x; MR: at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15 39 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17

Yards 205 vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 23 vs. Drake, 9/19/15 520 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17

TD 2 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 1 vs. Missouri State, 10/24/15 5, 2x; MR: at #5 SHSU, 12/2/17

Rushing Attempts 3 - Austin Simmons 12 vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 5 - Brian Woodward 9 at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15 6 - Kody Case 2 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 8 - Trystn Ducker 2 at New Mexico, 9/1/16 11 - Randy Baker 1, 2x; MR: vs. #15 Western Illinois, 10/29/16 13 - Shamar Jackson 1, 11x; MR: vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 14 - Michael Fredrick 31 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/14/15 15 - Chris Streveler 24 at #16 Western Illinois, 09/30/17 26 - Danny Rambo 1, 2x; MR: at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15 30 - Ben Klett 14 vs. #10 North Dakota, 9/16/17 37 - Kai Henry 17, 2x; MR: vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 38 - Ethan Falaniko 6 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 81 - Brett Samson 3 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17

Yards 57 at Drake, 9/2/17 45 at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15 12 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 5 at New Mexico, 9/1/16 0 vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 15 at Drake, 9/2/17 143 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/14/15 131 at New Mexico, 9/1/16 10 vs. Missouri State, 10/24/15 68 vs. #10 North Dakota, 9/16/17 109 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 26 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 28 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17

TD -- -- -- -- -- 1 at Western Illinois, 10/10/15 2 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 3 at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 -- 1, 3x; MR: vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 2 vs. #10 North Dakota, 9/16/17 -- 1 at UNI, 11/4/17

Long 43 at Drake, 9/2/17 27 at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15 14 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 3 at New Mexico, 9/1/16 0 vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 15 at Drake, 9/2/17 53 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 69 vs. #11 UNI, 10/8/16 10 vs. Missouri State, 10/24/15 25 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 48 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 11 at Drake, 9/2/17 26 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17

Receiving Receptions 1 - Alonge Brooks 6 at Southern Illinois, 11/5/16 3 - Austin Simmons 1 at North Dakota, 9/17/16 4 - Riley Donovan 9 at #13 UNI, 10/19/13 6 - Kody Case 5 at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 8 - Trystn Ducker 6 vs. #15 Western Illinois, 10/29/16 11 - Randy Baker 5, 2x; MR: at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 13 - Shamar Jackson 11 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 14 - Michael Fredrick 7 vs. Southern Illinois, 11/7/15 26 - Danny Rambo 2 at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15 30 - Ben Klett 2 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 37 - Kai Henry 4 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 42 - Levi Falck 7 vs. #10 North Dakota, 9/16/17 80 - Aaron Ramsey 8 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 81 - Brett Samson 3 at UNI, 11/4/17 82 - Dakarai Allen 7 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 86 - Josh Hale 6 at UNI, 11/4/17 88 - Brandt Van Roekel 11 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 97 - Taylor Lambert 1 vs. Missouri State, 10/24/15

Yards 110 at Southern Illinois, 11/5/16 5 at North Dakota, 9/17/16 178 at #13 UNI, 10/19/13 130 at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 76 at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 80 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 229 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 63 vs. #10 Youngstown St, 10/3/15 20 at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15 9, 2x; MR: at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 50 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 77 vs. #10 North Dakota, 9/16/17 81 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/14/15 50 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 83 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 151 at UNI, 11/4/17 234 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 5 vs. Missouri State, 10/24/15

TD Long 2, 2x; MR: at Drake, 9/2/17 69 at Indiana St, 10/15/16 -- 5 at North Dakota, 9/17/16 2 at #13 UNI, 10/19/13 63 at North Dakota, 9/17/16 2 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 72 at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 1, 2x; MR: at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 75 at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 1, 2x; MR: vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 52 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 3 vs. Weber St, 9/10/16 71 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 -- 63 vs. #10 Youngstown St, 10/3/15 -- 11 at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15 -- 9 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 -- 22 vs. #10 North Dakota, 9/16/17 -- 21 at #16 Western Illinois, 09/30/17 1, 2x; MR: at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 43 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/14/15 1, 2x; MR: vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 50 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 2 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 34, 2x; MR: at #6 NDSU, 11/11/17 1, 5x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 51 at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 2, 2x; MR: at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 80 vs. Southern Illinois, 11/7/15 1 vs. Missouri State, 10/24/15 5 vs. Missouri State, 10/24/15

Punt Returns 3 - Austin Simmons 6 - Kody Case 8 - Trystn Ducker 25 - Paul Anderson Kickoff Returns 4 - Riley Donovan 6 - Kody Case 8 - Trystn Ducker 13 - Shamar Jackson 14 - Michael Fredrick 25 - Paul Anderson 37 - Kai Henry 82 - Dakarai Allen Kicking 8 - Ryan Weese

Number 1 at New Mexico, 9/1/16 5 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 2, 3x; MR: vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 4, 2x; MR: at #2 NDSU, 10/17/15

Yards -2 at New Mexico, 9/1/16 34, 2x; MR: vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 18 at UNI, 11/4/17 64 vs. Drake, 9/19/15

TD -- -- -- --

Long -2 at New Mexico, 9/1/16 28 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 18 at UNI, 11/4/17 35 vs. Drake, 9/19/15

Number 1 at #15 South Dakota St, 11/2/14 3, 2x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 6 at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 3 at Kansas State, 9/7/15 1, 2x; MR: vs. #10 Youngstown St, 10/3/15 6 at Southern Illinois, 11/5/16 1 at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 1 at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17

Yards 18 at #15 South Dakota St, 11/2/14 59 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 107 at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 45 at Kansas State, 9/7/15 13 at Kansas State, 9/7/15 133 at Southern Illinois, 11/5/16 10 at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 18 at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17

TD -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Long 18 at #15 South Dakota St, 11/2/14 28 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 38 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 21 at Kansas State, 9/7/15 13 at Kansas State, 9/7/15 52 at Indiana St, 10/15/16 10 at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 18 at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17

FGA 3 at UNI, 11/4/17

FGM 3 at UNI, 11/4/17

Long Att. 42 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17

PAT’s Attempted Made 8 - Ryan Weese 11 at Drake, 9/2/17 11 at Drake, 9/2/17 98 - Ethan James 1 vs. #7 Illinois St, 11/15/14 - Punting Number Avg. Long 15 - Brady Schutt 7 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 47.7 at UNI, 11/4/17 54 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 86 - Josh Hale 6 at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15 35.0 vs. #7 Illinois St, 11/15/14 49 at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15

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Inside 20 4 at Drake, 9/2/17 1, 2x; MR: at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15

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Single-Game Career Highs - Defense Tackles Total Tackles 2 - Mike Johnson....................11 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 4 - Elijah Reed........................1, 3x; MR: at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 5 - Brian Woodward................6 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 7 - Adam Harris.......................10 vs. #4 North Dakota St, 11/19/16 9 - Andrew Gray......................12, 2x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 14 - Michael Fredrick..............1 at UNI, 11/4/17 17 - Dale Williamson...............4 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 18 - Jake Leohr.......................6, 2x; MR: at New Mexico, 9/1/16 19 - Clay Fisher......................6 at Southern Illinois, 11/5/16 20 - Alex Coker.......................9 at New Mexico, 9/1/16 21 - Phillip Powell...................11 at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 22 - Alex Gray.........................10, 2x; MR: at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 24 - Mark Collins Jr.................9 at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 25 - Paul Anderson.................2, 2x; MR: vs. Missouri State, 10/24/15 26 - Danny Rambo.................10 at Southern Illinois, 11/5/16 27 - Brandon Colpitts..............2, 3x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 28 - John Wessel....................11 at #2 NDSU, 10/17/15 29 - Isaac Armstead................9 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 30 - Ben Klett..........................1, 7x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 31 - Doug Lewis......................7 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 34 - Ethan James...................1, 2x; MR: vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 36 - Ben Garlock.....................9 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 39 - Jack Cochrane................3, 2x; MR: at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 43 - Jim Litrenta......................10 vs. #4 North Dakota St, 11/19/16 44 - Darin Greenfield..............11 at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 47 - DeValon Whitcomb..........1, 5x; MR: vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 50 - Spencer Hopkins.............3, 2x; MR: vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 51 - Jacob Headlee................3 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 52 - Braden De Boer...............1, 4x; MR: at #16 Western Illinois, 09/30/17 53 - Andy Aune.......................3 at Drake, 9/2/17 54 - Joe Kordus......................3, 2x; MR: vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 55 - Ray Dixon........................1 at Drake, 9/2/17 81 - Brett Samson...................2 at UNI, 11/4/17 85 - Luis Peguero...................3 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 86 - Josh Hale........................1, 3x; MR: vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 88 - Brandt Van Roekel..........1 vs. #23 N. Arizona, 9/20/14 90 - Jackson Coker.................1, 2x; MR: at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 91 - Brandon Godsey.............1, 2x; MR: at UNI, 11/4/17 92 - Kameron Cline.................5, 3x; MR: vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 95 - Nick Kramer.....................2, 4x; MR: at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 96 - Nathan Schultz................7 at UNI, 11/4/17 97 - Taylor Lambert.................8 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17

Solo Tackles 5 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 -- 3 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 7 vs. #4 North Dakota St, 11/19/16 8 at #15 Youngstown St, 10/1/16 1 at UNI, 11/4/17 2 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 3 vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 3 at Southern Illinois, 11/5/16 5, 2x; MR: vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 7, 2x; MR: at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 6, 2x: MR: at #12 South Dakota St, 11/12/16 8 at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 1, 2x; MR: vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 8 at Southern Illinois, 11/5/16 2, 2x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 7 vs. Western Illinois, 11/8/14 8 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 1, 6x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 7 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 1, 2x; MR: vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 4 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 2, 3x; MR: at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 7, 2x; MR: vs. #4 North Dakota St, 11/19/16 6, 2x; MR: at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 1 vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 2 at Drake, 9/2/17 2 at Drake, 9/2/17 1, 2x; MR: at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 3 at Drake, 9/2/17 3 at Drake, 9/2/17 -- 1, 4x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 1, 4x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 1, 3x; MR: vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 -- 1 at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 1 vs. #15 Western Illinois, 10/29/16 4 at #15 Youngstown St, 10/1/16 2 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 4 at UNI, 11/4/17 4, 2x; MR: vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17

Name Tackles for Loss 2 - Mike Johnson....................1.0 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 5 - Brian Woodward................0.5 at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 7 - Adam Harris.......................1.0, 3x; MR: at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 9 - Andrew Gray......................2.0, 2x; MR: at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 17 - Dale Williamson...............1.0 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 18 - Jake Leohr.......................1.0, 6x; MR: vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 19 - Clay Fisher......................1.0 at Drake, 9/2/17 20 - Alex Coker.......................2.5 at North Dakota, 9/17/16 21 - Phillip Powell...................1.0 at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 22 - Alex Gray.........................3.5 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 24 - Mark Collins Jr.................1.0 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 26 - Danny Rambo.................2.0 at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 28 - John Wessel....................2.5 vs. Western Illinois, 11/8/14 29 - Isaac Armstead................2.0 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 31 - Doug Lewis......................1.0 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 36 - Ben Garlock.....................0.5, 2x; MR: at UNI, 11/4/17 39 - Jack Cochrane................1.5 at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 43 - Jim Litrenta......................1.5 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 44 - Darin Greenfield..............5.5 at Drake, 9/2/17 50 - Spencer Hopkins.............1.0, 2x; MR: at New Mexico, 9/1/16 51 - Jacob Headlee................1.5 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 52 - Braden De Boer...............1.0 at Drake, 9/2/17 54 - Joe Kordus......................1.0 at Drake, 9/2/17 85 - Luis Peguero...................1.0, 3x; MR: at UNI, 11/4/17 92 - Kameron Cline.................2.0 at #15 Youngstown St, 10/1/16 95 - Nick Kramer.....................1.0, 5x; MR: at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 96 - Nathan Schultz................3.0 at UNI, 11/4/17 97 - Taylor Lambert.................3.0 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17

Sacks -0.5 at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 -1.0 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17

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Assisted Tackles 8 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 1, 3x; MR: at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 3 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 5, 2x; MR: at #12 South Dakota St, 11/12/16 6, 2x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 -2, 3x; MR: vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 5 at #6 Illinois St, 11/21/15 3 at Southern Illinois, 11/5/16 5, 3x; MR: at #12 South Dakota St, 11/12/16 6 at UNI, 11/4/17 6 at Southern Illinois, 11/5/16 1, 7x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 2 vs. Missouri State, 10/24/15 4 at Bowling Green, 9/9/17 1, 6x; MR: vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 9 at Western Illinois, 10/10/15 3, 2x; MR: at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 1 at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 3 at #12 South Dakota St, 11/12/16 -5 at #5 Sam Houston St, 12/2/17 2 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 6, 2x; MR: at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17 5 at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 1, 4x; MR: at Indiana St, 10/15/16 3 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 2, 2x; MR: at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 1, 2x; MR: at #16 Western Illinois, 09/30/17 1 vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 2 at UNI, 11/4/17 1 at Drake, 9/2/17 1 at UNI, 11/4/17 3 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 -1 vs. #23 N. Arizona, 9/20/14 1 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 1 at UNI, 11/4/17 3, 3x; MR: at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 1, 4x; MR: at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 3, 3x; MR: at #6 North Dakota St, 11/11/17 5 at #24 Illinois St, 10/21/17

1.0, 2x; MR: at Indiana St, 10/15/16 -2.0 at North Dakota, 9/17/16 1.0 at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 0.5 at #16 Western Illinois, 09/30/17 0.5 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 -1.5 vs. Western Illinois, 11/8/14 1.0 vs. #5 South Dakota St, 11/18/17 1.0 vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/17 --1.0, 2x; MR: vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17 3.0 at Drake, 9/2/17 1.0 at UC Davis, 9/12/15 1.0, 2x; MR: vs. Indiana St, 10/14/17 1.0 at Drake, 9/2/17 1.0 at Drake, 9/2/17 1.0, 2x; MR: at UNI, 11/4/17 1.0, 2x; MR: vs. Illinois St, 10/22/16 1.0, 3x; MR: at #22 Nicholls, 11/25/17 2.0 at UNI, 11/4/17 2.0 vs. #3 Youngstown St, 10/7/17

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2017 South Dakota 13-Game Football Statistics Date Sep 02, 2017 Sep 09, 2017 Sep 16, 2017 * Sep 30, 2017 * Oct 07, 2017 * Oct. 14, 2017 * Oct. 21, 2017 * Oct. 28, 2017 * Nov 04, 2017 * Nov 11, 2017 * Nov 18, 2017 ! Nov 25, 2017 ! Dec 02, 2017

Opponent at Drake W at Bowling Green (FBS) W #10 NORTH DAKOTA W at #16 Western Illinois W #3 YOUNGSTOWN STATE W INDIANA STATE W at #24 Illinois State SOUTHERN ILLINOIS W at UNI at #6 North Dakota State #5 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE at #22 Nicholls W at #5 Sam Houston State

Score 77-7 35-27 45-7 38-33 31-28 56-6 21-37 L 42-0 29-34 L 14-49 L 28-31 L 38-31 42-54 L

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

Time 2:58 3:37 3:08 3:51 3:24 2:57 3:31 3:17 3:20 2:55 3:26 3:26 3:29

Attend 3,332 17,912 9,645 5,631 10,056 8,390 12,113 8,498 10,814 18,623 10,147 9,612 4,401

* MVFC ! FCS Playoffs

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SOUTH DAKOTA TEAM GAME HIGHS

Rushes....................... Yards Rushing............ TD Rushes................. Long Rush.................. Pass Attempts............ Pass Completions...... Yards Passing............. TD Passes.................. Long Pass.................. Receptions................. Yards Receiving.......... TD Receptions............ Long Reception.......... Field Goals................. Long Field Goal.......... Punts.......................... Punting Avg................ Long Punt................... Long Punt Return....... Long Kickoff Return.... Tackles....................... Sacks.......................... Tackles For Loss........ Interceptions...............

Rushes....................... 59 Yards Rushing............ 312 Yards Per Rush.......... 7.4 TD Rushes................. 5 Pass Attempts............ 63 Pass Completions...... 39 Yards Passing............. 520 Yards Per Pass........... 11.7 TD Passes.................. 6 Total Plays.................. 89 Total Offense.............. 705 Yards Per Play............ 9.4 Sacks.......................... 6 First Downs................. 33 Penalties..................... 12 Penalty Yards............. 123 Turnovers................... 4 Interceptions By.......... 4

24 123 3 53 63 39 520 5 75 11 234 2 75 3 39 7 47.7 54 28 38 12 3.0 5.5 2

Streveler at WIU (9/30) Fredrick at SDSU (11/18) Streveler at Bowling Green (9/9) Fredrick vs. INST (10/14) Streveler at ILST (10/21) Streveler at ILST (10/21) Streveler at SHSU (12/2) Streveler, twice Streveler at Nicholls (11/25) Jackson, Van Roekel Van Roekel at SHSU (12/2) Five times Ducker at Nicholls (11/25) Weese at UNI (11/4) Weese at Nicholls (11/25) Schutt vs. SIU (10/28) Schutt at UNI (11/4) Schutt at ILST (10/21) Case vs. INST (10/14) Ducker at SDSU (11/18) An. Gray, twice Greenfield at Drake (9/2) Greenfield at Drake (9/2) Powell at Drake (9/2)

vs. UND (9/16) at Drake (9/2) vs. INST (10/14) vs. UND (9/16) at ILST (10/21) at ILST (10/21) at SHSU (12/2) vs. INST (10/14) at Drake (9/2) Thrice vs. INST (10/14) vs. INST (10/14) at Drake (9/2), vs. YSU (10/7) vs. UND (9/16), at ILST (10/21) at Nicholls (11/25) at ILST (10/21) at UNI (11/4) vs. SIU (10/28)

GAME LOWS Yards Rushing............ 74 at Nicholls (11/25) Yards Passing............. 103 vs. SIU (10/28) Total Yards.................. 280 vs. SIU (10/28)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

OPPONENT GAME HIGHS

Yards Rushing............ TD Rushing................ Long Rush.................. Yards Passing............. TD Passes.................. Long Pass.................. Receptions................. Yards Receiving..........

Yards Rushing............ 340 NDSU (11/11) Yards Passing............. 505 SHSU (12/2) Total Yards.................. 708 SHSU (12/2)

193 4 87 505 4 77 19 343

Robinson, ILST (10/21) McCaster, YSU (10/7) Robinson, ILST (10/21) Briscoe, SHSU (12/2) McGuire (WIU), Briscoe (SHSU) Stick, NDSU (11/11) Acklin, WIU (9/30) Acklin, WIU (9/30)

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OPPONENT GAME LOWS Yards Rushing............ -7 Drake (9/2) Yards Passing............. 150 Drake (9/2) Total Yards.................. 143 Drake (9/2)

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Team Statistics USD OPP -------------------------------------------------------SCORING...................... 496 344 Points Per Game............ 38.2 26.5 Points Off Turnovers........ 70 51 FIRST DOWNS.................. 356 261 Rushing.................... 132 94 Passing.................... 187 146 Penalty.................... 37 21 RUSHING YARDAGE.............. 2476 1955 Yards gained rushing....... 2723 2357 Yards lost rushing......... 247 402 Rushing Attempts........... 555 494 Average Per Rush........... 4.5 4.0 Average Per Game........... 190.5 150.4 TDs Rushing................ 29 22 PASSING YARDAGE.............. 4331 3436 Comp-Att-Int............... 333-510-8 233-418-15 Average Per Pass........... 8.5 8.2 Average Per Catch.......... 13.0 14.7 Average Per Game........... 333.2 264.3 TDs Passing................ 36 19 TOTAL OFFENSE................ 6807 5391 Total Plays................ 1065 912 Average Per Play........... 6.4 5.9 Average Per Game........... 523.6 414.7 KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS........ 33-585 70-1356 PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS........ 24-191 20-142 INT RETURNS: #-YARDS......... 15-265 8-120 KICK RETURN AVERAGE.......... 17.7 19.4 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE.......... 8.0 7.1 INT RETURN AVERAGE........... 17.7 15.0 FUMBLES-LOST................. 11-5 18-7 PENALTIES-YARDS.............. 94-871 110-993 Average Per Game........... 67.0 76.4 PUNTS-YARDS.................. 63-2470 76-3169 Average Per Punt........... 39.2 41.7 Net punt average........... 35.4 38.4 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME...... 29:14 30:46 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS......... 97/203 66/187 3rd-Down Pct................. 48% 35% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS......... 14/30 8/21 4th-Down Pct............... 47% 38% SACKS BY-YARDS............... 40-227 27-149 MISC YARDS................... 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED............ 68 43 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS......... 7-11 15-17 PAT-ATTEMPTS................. 67-67 39-41 RED-ZONE SCORES.............. 82% (49-60) 87% (39-45) RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS.......... 72% (43-60) 67% (30-45) ATTENDANCE................... 46736 82438 Games/Avg Per Game......... 5/9347 8/10305 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total South Dakota......... 129 162 105 100 - - 496 Opponents............ 58 107 84 95 - - 344

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Players’ Game-by-Game Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TDs)

DU BG UND WIU YSU INST ILST SIU UNI NDSU SDSU NICH SHSU

E. Falaniko 4-24-0 DNP -- DNP DNP 6-26-0 -- DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP M. Fredrick 11-48-1 16-81-1 13-44-0 12-39-0 7-36-0 9-82-1 6-47-0 19-94-1 14-35-0 11-57-0 15-123-2 4-8-1 6-11-0 K. Henry 12-75-1 8-16-0 12-80-2 12-58-0 9-16-1 6-48-0 8-31-1 17-73-1 13-39-0 8-33-0 17-109-0 6-20-0 7-15-0 S. Jackson 1-15-0 -- -- -- -- 1-5-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -K. Case -- -- -- -- 2-12-0 -- -- DNP -- -- -- -- -B. Klett 13-48-1 2-3-0 14-68-1 4-13-0 3-14-0 8-54-1 3-7-0 8-18-0 2-3-0 1-4-0 -- 4-15-0 4-12-0 B. Samson -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-11-1 -- -- -- 3-28-0 A. Simmons 6-57-0 -- 3-29-0 -- DNP -- DNP 3-(-8)-0 1-2-0 DNP -- DNP DNP C. Streveler 11-45-1 23-119-3 16-65-2 24-89-1 16-48-0 8-82-1 8-29-0 1-1-0 5-(-1)-0 18-93-2 12-65-0 11-34-0 15-51-1

Receiving (Rec.-Yds.-TDs)

DU BG UND WIU YSU INST ILST SIU UNI NDSU SDSU NICH SHSU

D. Allen 2-34-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 4-51-1 3-44-0 7-83-2 6-55-1 -R. Baker 2-36-0 -- -- DNP 2-40-1 5-80-1 5-58-0 1-9-0 1-4-0 -- -- 2-31-0 1-9-0 A. Brooks 4-50-2 -- 4-30-0 1-6-1 2-19-0 3-59-0 5-56-0 2-20-1 1-5-0 1-7-0 -- -- 3-75-1 K. Case 3-40-1 3-130-1 -- 1-28-0 -- 3-62-2 4-43-0 DNP 2-25-0 5-40-0 -- -- 4-62-1 R. Donovan -- -- 1-6-0 1-7-0 -- 1-13-0 -- 2-5-0 DNP DNP -- DNP DNP T. Ducker 3-29-0 1-3-0 1-0-0 -- 1-11-0 2-12-0 -- -- -- 1-(-1)-0 -- 2-76-1 1-8-0 L. Falck 3-39-0 3-28-0 7-77-0 3-53-0 -- -- DNP DNP -- DNP DNP DNP DNP M. Fredrick -- 3-25-0 2-12-0 -- -- -- 4-36-0 1-4-0 4-32-0 4-13-0 3-25-0 -- 1-9-0 J. Hale 1-3-1 2-50-0 2-41-0 2-31-1 -- 1-11-0 1-26-0 1-9-0 6-151-1 4-37-0 2-11-0 4-33-0 4-29-1 K. Henry -- 1-9-0 2-27-0 -- 1-6-0 -- -- -- 1-4-0 2-6-0 4-50-0 3-19-0 1-0-0 S. Jackson 1-30-1 3-24-0 4-97-1 3-73-0 11-229-1 1-11-0 4-40-0 1-9-0 8-92-0 5-19-0 5-26-0 2-40-0 5-76-1 B. Klett -- -- -- -- -- 2-9-0 1-9-0 -- -- -- -- -- -A. Ramsey 1-3-0 3-37-0 -- 1-7-0 -- 4-45-0 8-67-1 2-36-0 DNP DNP 1-0-0 DNP DNP B. Samson -- -- -- 1-4-0 1-11-0 -- 1-50-1 1-2-1 3-25-0 1-5-0 2-23-0 2-42-0 2-18-0 B. Van Roekel 1-13-1 DNP DNP 6-119-1 3-44-1 7-108-2 6-55-0 2-9-0 4-12-0 4-62-0 3-68-0 4-82-2 11-234-1

Passing

at Drake at Bowling Green North Dakota at Western Illinois Youngstown State Indiana State at Illinois State Southern Illinois at UNI at North Dakota State South Dakota State at Nicholls at Sam Houston State

CHRIS STREVELER Cmp. Att. Yds. Int. TD Effic. 17 19 23 19 21 27 39 2 34 30 27 25 33

24 34 30 32 35 32 63 3 51 47 39 37 54

244 306 290 328 360 337 440 12 401 232 286 378 520

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 1 2

AUSTIN SIMMONS Cmp. Att. Yds. Int. TD Effic.

5 224.98 4 7 1 141.19 -- -- 1 168.87 -- -- 3 176.41 -- -- 3 174.69 DNP 4 214.09 2 3 2 124.70 DNP 0 100.27 11 18 2 137.81 -- -- 0 105.29 DNP 2 142.63 -- -- 4 183.65 DNP 5 165.15 DNP

33 -- -- --

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73

0 1 381.07

91 --

0 2 140.24 -- -- --

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Special Teams Tackles (Solo-Assist-Total)

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I. Armstead (1) -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -J. Cochrane (2) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-1 -- -- -- -- 1-0-1 -M. Collins (1) -- DNP -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0-1 B. Colpitts (5) 0-1-1 1-0-1 -- -- 2-0-2 -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- -- -- -R. Dixon (1) 0-1-1 -- DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP C. Fisher (5) -- -- 0-1-1 1-0-1 -- -- -- 1-0-1 0-1-1 -- -- -- 1-0-1 M. Fredrick (1) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- -- -- -B. Garlock (6) -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- 1-0-1 0-2-2 -- -- 0-1-1 -- 1-0-1 -B. Godsey (1) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1-1 -- -- -- -J. Hale (1) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- -- -- -- -A. Harris (1) -- -- -- -- -- 0-1-1 -- DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP E. James (1) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- -M. Johnson (4) 1-0-1 1-0-1 -- -- -- -- 1-0-1 1-0-1 -- -- -- -- -B. Klett (7) -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- 1-0-1 -- 1-0-1 -- 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 J. Kordus (8) 2-0-2 -- 0-1-1 -- -- 2-0-2 -- -- 0-2-2 1-0-1 -- -- -D. Lewis (10) -- 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 -- -- -- 3-0-3 0-1-1 1-0-1 -- -- 1-0-1 J. Litrenta (1) -- -- -- -- -- 0-1-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -P. Powell (13) 4-0-4 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 -- 1-1-2 -- -- 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 -D. Rambo (9) -- 0-1-1 2-1-3 0-1-1 1-0-1 2-0-2 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP E. Reed (1) DNP DNP DNP DNP -- 0-1-1 DNP -- -- -- -- -- -B. Samson (5) -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0-1 1-0-1 2-0-2 -- -- -- 1-0-1 D. Williamson (5) -- 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-1-1 -- 0-1-1 -- DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP B. Woodward (4) -- -- 2-0-2 1-1-2 -- DNP DNP DNP -- -- DNP -- --

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DU BG UND WIU YSU INST ILST SIU UNI NDSU SDSU NICH SHSU

I. Armstead 2-0-2 1-0-1 -- 1-0-1 -- -- -- 6-1-7 3-3-6 2-1-3 8-1-9 4-1-5 5-3-8 A. Aune 3-0-3 DNP -- DNP DNP 0-1-1 DNP -- DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP K. Cline 0-1-1 0-2-2 2-2-4 2-2-4 3-0-3 1-1-2 2-2-4 0-1-1 2-3-5 1-3-4 3-2-5 2-0-2 2-1-3 J. Cochrane DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-2-3 0-1-1 -- 2-0-2 2-0-2 2-1-3 -A. Coker 2-0-2 5-2-7 3-2-5 2-3-5 1-0-1 4-1-5 2-1-3 5-3-8 4-4-8 1-4-5 3-3-6 4-2-6 -J. Coker DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1 -- -- -- DNP 1-0-1 DNP DNP -M. Collins Jr. 0-1-1 DNP -- 4-0-4 3-1-4 2-0-2 -- 1-1-2 3-1-4 1-0-1 2-1-3 8-1-9 3-1-4 B. Colpitts 0-1-1 1-0-1 -- -- 2-0-2 -- -- 0-1-1 1-0-1 -- -- -- 2-0-2 B. De Boer 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP -- -C. Fisher 2-0-2 -- 0-1-1 1-0-1 -- -- -- 1-0-1 0-1-1 -- -- -- 1-0-1 M. Fredrick -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- -- -- -B. Garlock -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- 2-1-3 0-3-3 2-0-2 1-2-3 0-1-1 1-0-1 3-1-4 4-5-9 B. Godsey -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1-1 -- -- -- -Al. Gray 1-1-2 DNP DNP 2-1-3 5-1-6 2-1-3 5-5-10 0-2-2 1-0-1 3-2-5 3-4-7 4-0-4 3-3-6 An. Gray 2-1-3 1-0-1 5-3-8 6-0-6 7-5-12 4-1-5 5-5-10 2-4-6 2-2-4 4-4-8 3-2-5 3-6-9 6-6-12 D. Greenfield 5-2-7 1-2-3 3-3-6 0-1-1 6-1-7 4-0-4 1-3-4 2-2-4 1-3-4 2-1-3 2-1-3 6-5-11 1-1-2 J. Hale -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- -- -- -- -A. Harris 0-1-1 5-3-8 2-2-4 3-2-5 2-0-2 1-1-2 4-3-7 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP J. Headlee 2-0-2 -- -- -- -- 1-2-3 -- 0-1-1 1-1-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-2-2 0-1-1 S. Hopkins 2-1-3 0-1-1 -- 1-1-2 -- 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-3-3 -- 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 E. James -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- -M. Johnson 1-0-1 4-1-5 2-1-3 2-3-5 3-2-5 -- 5-3-8 1-0-1 -- 2-0-2 0-1-1 3-1-4 3-8-11 B. Klett -- -- -- 1-0-1 -- 1-0-1 -- 1-0-1 -- 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 J. Kordus 3-0-3 0-1-1 0-1-1 -- 0-1-1 2-0-2 -- 2-1-3 0-2-2 1-0-1 -- -- 1-0-1 N. Kramer 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 -- -- 0-1-1 2-0-2 -- 1-1-2 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-0-1 T. Lambert 1-1-2 2-0-2 0-1-1 2-1-3 4-0-4 3-1-4 3-5-8 2-1-3 0-3-3 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-3-3 3-3-6 J. Leohr DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP -- DNP 0-1-1 DNP 0-2-2 DNP DNP DNP D. Lewis 3-0-3 4-1-5 2-0-2 1-0-1 -- 3-0-3 -- 7-0-7 1-2-3 2-2-4 3-1-4 -- 1-0-1 J. Litrenta 1-2-3 6-2-8 2-0-2 1-5-6 4-2-6 4-5-9 2-6-8 3-4-7 0-4-4 3-5-8 5-3-8 4-5-9 5-0-5 L. Peguero DNP 0-1-1 1-0-1 DNP DNP 1-0-1 -- 0-3-3 1-1-2 -- 0-1-1 -- 1-1-2 P. Powell 5-0-5 2-1-3 3-1-4 0-4-4 2-0-2 -- 2-2-4 7-0-7 3-6-9 6-5-11 4-1-5 7-3-10 -D. Rambo 3-0-3 5-4-9 2-3-5 7-1-8 5-2-7 3-0-3 2-3-5 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP E. Reed DNP DNP DNP DNP -- 0-1-1 DNP -- 0-1-1 0-1-1 -- -- -B. Samson -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-1-2 -- -- -- 1-0-1 N. Schultz -- 1-0-1 -- -- 0-1-1 2-2-4 0-3-3 1-0-1 4-3-7 0-3-3 2-0-2 0-1-1 DNP J. Wessel 0-2-2 2-4-6 3-1-4 1-4-5 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP D. Williamson 1-1-2 1-2-3 0-1-1 0-2-2 -- 2-2-4 -- DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP B. Woodward 1-0-1 1-2-3 2-1-3 1-2-3 3-3-6 DNP DNP DNP -- 0-1-1 DNP -- 1-0-1

Tackles For Loss (TFL-Yards)

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I. Armstead (3.5) 1.0-2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0.5-1 -- 2.0-12 -- -K. Cline (1.5) -- -- 0.5-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1.0-10 -- -J. Cochrane (2.5) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP -- -- -- -- 1.0-17 1.5-2 -A. Coker (6.0) -- 1.0-3 1.0-7 1.5-3 -- -- -- 1.0-1 0.5-2 -- 1.0-2 -- -M. Collins (1.5) -- DNP -- -- 0.5-2 -- -- 1.0-1 -- -- -- -- -B. De Boer (1.5) 1.0-2 -- 0.5-1 -- DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP -- -C. Fisher (1.0) 1.0-2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -B. Garlock (1.0) -- -- -- -- -- -- 0.5-3 -- 0.5-1 -- -- -- -An. Gray (5.5) -- -- -- -- -- -- 0.5-2 2.0-5 0.5-0 2.0-2 -- 0.5-1 -Al. Gray (7.5) -- DNP DNP 0.5-6 2.0-8 0.5-0 3.5-9 -- -- 1.0-1 -- -- -D. Greenfield (19.5) 5.5-35 0.5-0 2.5-5 -- 3.0-15 2.0-3 1.5-8 -- 1.5-11 -- 1.0-4 1.0-6 1.0-10 A. Harris (1.5) -- -- 0.5-1 -- -- -- 1.0-3 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP J. Headlee (3.5) 1.0-8 -- -- -- -- 1.5-3 -- -- -- -- 1.0-16 -- -S. Hopkins (1.0) -- -- -- 0.5-1 -- -- -- 0.5-1 -- -- -- -- -M. Johnson (2.0) 1.0-2 -- -- -- 1.0-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -J. Kordus (2.0) 1.0-2 0.5-5 -- -- 0.5-2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -N. Kramer (4.0) -- -- 1.0-7 1.0-3 -- -- -- 1.0-1 -- -- -- 1.0-2 -T. Lambert (10.5) 0.5-2 1.0-12 -- 1.5-6 3.0-11 -- 2.0-9 -- 0.5-0 -- -- -- 2.0-7 J. Leohr (0.5) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP -- DNP 0.5-0 DNP -- DNP DNP DNP D. Lewis (1.0) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1.0-1 -- -- -- -- -J. Litrenta (5.0) -- 1.0-1 -- -- 1.0-5 1.5-5 -- -- 0.5-1 -- 1.0-1 -- -L. Peguero (3.0) DNP -- 1.0-1 DNP DNP -- -- 1.0-1 1.0-8 -- -- -- -P. Powell (2.0) -- 0.5-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 0.5-0 -- -- 1.0-2 -D. Rambo (3.5) -- 2.0-5 -- -- -- -- 1.5-8 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP N. Schultz (8.0) -- -- -- -- -- 2.5-10 0.5-2 1.0-5 3.0-18 -- 1.0-1 -- DNP J. Wessel (2.5) -- 1.0-7 1.0-2 0.5-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP D. Williamson (1.0) -- -- -- -- -- 1.0-1 -- DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP B. Woodward (0.5) -- 0.5-4 -- -- -- DNP DNP DNP -- -- DNP -- --

Sacks (Sacks-Yards)

DU BG UND WIU YSU INST ILST SIU UNI NDSU SDSU NICH SHSU

I. Armstead (1.0) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1.0-9 -- -A. Coker (2.0) -- 1.0-3 1.0-7 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -M. Collins (0.5) -- DNP -- -- 0.5-2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -B. De Boer (1.0) 1.0-2 -- -- -- DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP -- -An. Gray (1.0) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1.0-2 -- -- -- -- -Al. Gray (0.5) -- DNP DNP 0.5-6 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -D. Greenfield (9.0) 3.0-28 -- -- -- 2.0-14 -- -- -- 1.0-9 -- 1.0-4 1.0-6 1.0-10 J. Headlee (2.0) 1.0-8 -- -- -- -- 1.0-2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -J. Kordus (1.5) 1.0-2 0.5-5 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -N. Kramer (3.0) -- -- 1.0-7 1.0-3 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1.0-2 -T. Lambert (5.5) -- 1.0-12 -- 0.5-5 2.0-9 -- 1.0-4 -- -- -- -- -- 1.0-5 D. Lewis (1.0) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1.0-1 -- -- -- -- -J. Litrenta (2.0) -- -- -- -- 1.0-5 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -L. Peguero (2.0) DNP -- 1.0-1 DNP DNP -- -- -- 1.0-8 -- -- -- -P. Powell (1.0) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1.0-2 -N. Schultz (5.0) -- -- -- -- -- 1.0-6 -- 1.0-5 2.0-17 -- 1.0-1 -- DNP J. Wessel (2.0) -- 1.0-7 1.0-2 -- DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP B. Woodward (0.5) -- 0.5-4 -- -- -- DNP DNP DNP -- -- DNP DNP --

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2017 Individual Statistics RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg Streveler,Chris 13 168 870 150 720 4.3 Fredrick,M. 13 143 742 37 705 4.9 Henry,Kai 13 135 625 12 613 4.5 Klett,Ben 13 66 263 4 259 3.9 Simmons,Austin 8 13 98 18 80 6.2 Falaniko,Ethan 5 10 52 2 50 5.0 Samson,Brett 13 4 39 0 39 9.8 Jackson,Shamar 13 2 20 0 20 10.0 Case,Kody 12 2 14 2 12 6.0 Dagel,Stetson 10 0 0 0 0 0.0 TEAM 8 12 0 22 -22 -1.8 Total.......... 13 555 2723 247 2476 4.5 Opponents...... 13 494 2357 402 1955 4.0

TD Long Avg/G 11 46 55.4 7 53 54.2 6 48 47.2 3 25 19.9 0 43 10.0 0 11 10.0 1 26 3.0 0 15 1.5 0 14 1.0 1 0 0.0 0 0 -2.8 29 53 190.5 22 87 150.4

PASSING G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G Streveler,Chris 13 156.52 316-481-8 65.7 4134 32 75 318.0 Simmons,Austin 8 166.96 17-28-0 60.7 197 4 52 24.6 TEAM 8 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Total.......... 13 156.79 333-510-8 65.3 4331 36 75 333.2 Opponents...... 13 132.61 233-418-15 55.7 3436 19 77 264.3 RECEIVING Jackson,Shamar Van Roekel,B. Hale,Josh Brooks,Alonge Case,Kody Allen,Dakarai Fredrick,M. Ramsey,Aaron Baker,Randy Falck,Levi Henry,Kai Samson,Brett Ducker,Trystn Donovan,Riley Klett,Ben Total.......... Opponents......

G 13 11 13 13 12 13 13 9 12 7 13 13 13 9 13 13 13

No. 53 51 30 26 25 22 22 20 19 16 15 14 12 5 3 333 233

Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 766 14.5 4 71 58.9 806 15.8 8 58 73.3 432 14.4 4 51 33.2 327 12.6 5 58 25.2 430 17.2 5 72 35.8 267 12.1 4 34 20.5 156 7.1 0 13 12.0 195 9.8 1 31 21.7 267 14.1 2 52 22.2 197 12.3 0 21 28.1 121 8.1 0 22 9.3 180 12.9 2 50 13.8 138 11.5 1 75 10.6 31 6.2 0 13 3.4 18 6.0 0 9 1.4 4331 13.0 36 75 333.2 3436 14.7 19 77 264.3

PUNT RETURNS Case,Kody Ducker,Trystn Anderson,Paul Total.......... Opponents......

No. 15 7 2 24 20

Yds 136 36 19 191 142

Avg 9.1 5.1 9.5 8.0 7.1

INTERCEPTIONS Armstead,Isaac Powell,Phillip Johnson,Mike Gray,Alex Coker,Alex Rambo,Danny Lewis,Doug Colpitts,B. Collins,Mark Gray,Andrew Total.......... Opponents......

No. Yds Avg TD Long 3 16 5.3 0 16 3 26 8.7 1 17 2 96 48.0 1 79 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 5 5.0 0 5 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 25 25.0 0 25 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 97 97.0 1 97 15 265 17.7 3 97 8 120 15.0 2 43

KICK RETURNS Case,Kody Ducker,Trystn Anderson,Paul Simmons,Austin Allen,Dakarai Henry,Kai Total.......... Opponents......

No. 13 11 6 1 1 1 33 70

FUMBLE RETURNS Garlock,Ben Total.......... Opponents......

No. Yds Avg TD Long 1 16 16.0 0 16 1 16 16.0 0 16 1 21 21.0 0 21

PUNTING Schutt,Brady TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

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No. 62 1 63 76

TD Long 0 28 0 18 0 10 0 28 0 77

Yds Avg TD Long 230 17.7 0 28 220 20.0 0 38 107 17.8 0 35 0 0.0 0 0 18 18.0 0 18 10 10.0 0 10 585 17.7 0 38 1356 19.4 0 66

Yds Avg Long 2457 39.6 54 13 13.0 13 2470 39.2 54 3169 41.7 73

TB 5 0 5 3

FC 24 0 24 23

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|-------- PATs --------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Weese,Ryan 0 7-11 67-67 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 88 Streveler,Chris 11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 66 Van Roekel,B. 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 48 Fredrick,M. 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 Henry,Kai 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 Brooks,Alonge 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Case,Kody 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Allen,Dakarai 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Jackson,Shamar 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Hale,Josh 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Klett,Ben 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Samson,Brett 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Baker,Randy 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Ramsey,Aaron 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Gray,Andrew 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Powell,Phillip 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Dagel,Stetson 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Ducker,Trystn 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Johnson,Mike 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Total.......... 68 7-11 67-67 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 496 Opponents...... 43 15-17 39-41 0-0 1 1-2 0 0 344 TOTAL OFFENSE Streveler,Chris Fredrick,M. Henry,Kai Simmons,Austin Klett,Ben Falaniko,Ethan Samson,Brett Jackson,Shamar Case,Kody TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 13 13 13 8 13 5 13 13 12 8 13 13

Plays Rush 649 720 143 705 135 613 41 80 66 259 10 50 4 39 2 20 2 12 13 -22 1065 2476 912 1955

Pass Total Avg/G 4134 4854 373.4 0 705 54.2 0 613 47.2 197 277 34.6 0 259 19.9 0 50 10.0 0 39 3.0 0 20 1.5 0 12 1.0 0 -22 -2.8 4331 6807 523.6 3436 5391 414.7

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Weese,Ryan 7-11 63.6 0-0 4-5 3-4 0-2 0-0 39 0 KICKOFFS James,Ethan Weese,Ryan Total.......... Opponents......

No. Yds 64 3858 21 1166 85 5024 69 4175

Avg 60.3 55.5 59.1 60.5

TB OB Retn Net YdLn 12 0 1 1 13 1 1356 39.3 25 32 2 585 40.4 24

ALL PURPOSE Fredrick,M. Case,Kody Van Roekel,B. Jackson,Shamar Henry,Kai Streveler,Chris Hale,Josh Ducker,Trystn Brooks,Alonge Allen,Dakarai Klett,Ben Baker,Randy Samson,Brett Falck,Levi Ramsey,Aaron Anderson,Paul Gray,Andrew Johnson,Mike Simmons,Austin Falaniko,Ethan Donovan,Riley Powell,Phillip Lewis,Doug Armstead,Isaac Coker,Alex TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 13 12 11 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 7 9 2 13 13 8 5 9 13 13 13 12 8 13 13

Rec 156 430 806 766 121 0 432 138 327 267 18 267 180 197 195 0 0 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 0 0 4331 3436

PR 0 136 0 0 0 0 0 36 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 191 142

Rush 705 12 0 20 613 720 0 0 0 0 259 0 39 0 0 0 0 0 80 50 0 0 0 0 0 -22 2476 1955

KOR 0 230 0 0 10 0 0 220 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 107 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 585 1356

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 97 96 0 0 0 26 25 16 5 0 265 120

I20 50+ Blkd 26 4 1 0 0 0 26 4 1 15 16 0

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Tot 861 808 806 786 744 720 432 394 327 285 277 267 219 197 195 126 97 96 80 50 31 26 25 16 5 -22 7848 7009

Avg/G 66.2 67.3 73.3 60.5 57.2 55.4 33.2 30.3 25.2 21.9 21.3 22.2 16.8 28.1 21.7 63.0 7.5 7.4 10.0 10.0 3.4 2.0 1.9 1.2 0.4 -2.8 603.7 539.2


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2017 Individual Defensive Statistics |-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP-GS Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------9 Gray,Andrew 13-13 50 39 89 5.5-10 1.0-2 1-97 5 . 2-0 . . . 43 Litrenta,Jim 13-12 40 43 83 5.0-13 1.0-5 . 2 3 . 1 . . 21 Powell,Phillip 13-4 41 23 64 2.0-3 1.0-2 3-26 2 . . 1 . . 20 Coker,Alex 12-12 36 25 61 6.0-18 2.0-10 1-5 4 2 . . . . 44 Greenfield,D. 13-11 34 25 59 19.5-94 9.0-71 . 1 13 . . . . 22 Gray,Alex 11-7 29 20 49 7.5-24 0.5-6 1-0 2 3 . 1 . . 2 Johnson,Mike 13-6 26 20 46 1.0-1 . 2-96 3 . . . . . 29 Armstead,Isaac 13-6 32 10 42 3.5-15 1.0-9 3-16 4 . . 1 . . 97 Lambert,Taylor 13-12 20 21 41 10.5-47 5.5-35 . . 4 . 1 . . 92 Cline,Kameron 13-11 20 20 40 1.5-10 . . . 4 1-0 . . . 26 Rambo,Danny 7-7 27 13 40 3.5-13 . 1-0 5 . . . . . 24 Collins,Mark 12-5 27 7 34 1.5-3 0.5-2 1-0 7 . . . . . 31 Lewis,Doug 13-3 27 6 33 1.0-1 1.0-1 1-25 5 . . . . . 7 Harris,Adam 7-7 17 12 29 1.5-4 . . 3 . . . . . 36 Garlock,Ben 13-3 14 13 27 1.0-4 . . . . 1-16 1 . . 96 Schultz,Nathan 12-11 10 13 23 8.0-36 5.0-29 . . 5 . . . . 5 Woodward,Brian 9-2 9 9 18 0.5-4 0.5-4 . 5 1 . . . . 28 Wessel,John 4-4 6 11 17 2.5-10 2.0-9 . . 2 . . . . 54 Kordus,Joe 13-1 9 6 15 2.0-9 2.0-9 . . 1 . . . . 50 Hopkins,Spencer 13-3 5 10 15 1.0-2 . . . . . . . . 95 Kramer,Nick 13-1 10 4 14 5.0-15 3.0-12 . 1 6 . 1 . . 51 Headlee,Jacob 13-0 5 8 13 3.5-27 2.0-10 . . . . . . . 17 Williamson,Dale 7-1 4 8 12 1.0-1 . . 2 . . . . . 85 Peguero,Luis 10-1 4 7 11 3.0-10 2.0-9 . . 3 . 1 . . 39 Cochrane,Jack 7-0 7 4 11 2.5-19 . . . . . . . . 27 Colpitts,B. 13-0 6 2 8 . . 1-0 . 1 . . . . 19 Fisher,Clay 13-0 5 2 7 1.0-2 . . . . 1-0 . . . 30 Klett,Ben 13-0 6 1 7 . . . . . . . . . 81 Samson,Brett 13-2 4 1 5 . . . . . . . . . 53 Aune,Andy 4-0 3 1 4 . . . . 1 . . . . 52 De Boer,Braden 6-0 2 2 4 1.5-3 1.0-2 . . . . . . . 4D Reed,Elijah 8-0 . 3 3 . . . 1 . . . . . 18 Leohr,Jake 3-0 . 3 3 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . 15 Streveler,Chris 13-13 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 90 Coker,Jackson 6-0 1 1 2 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 55 Dixon,Ray 2-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 91 Godsey,Brandon 13-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 82 Allen,Dakarai 13-5 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 86 Hale,Josh 13-12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 37 Henry,Kai 13-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 34 James,Ethan 12-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 14 Fredrick,M. 13-12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 80 Ramsey,Aaron 9-1 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . .

Total.......... Opponents......

13-0 13-0

543 395 938 102-398 608 462 1070 74-240

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15-265 52 49 8-120 54 45

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Punting

Field Goals

BRADY SCHUTT Att. Yds. Avg. I20 Net at Drake 4 154 38.5 4 36.2 at Bowling Green 6 194 32.3 1 26.2 North Dakota 4 161 40.2 2 40.2 at Western Illinois 6 251 41.8 2 26.2 Youngstown State 5 210 42.0 3 37.8 Indiana State 2 87 43.5 1 44.0 at Illinois State 5 231 46.2 2 45.4 Southern Illinois 7 301 43.0 3 38.4 at UNI 3 143 47.7 0 43.0 at North Dakota State 5 213 42.6 2 41.2 South Dakota State 5 170 34.0 3 30.0 at Nicholls 6 215 35.8 1 35.0 at Sam Houston State 4 127 31.8 2 31.8

RYAN WEESE Made Missed

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Punt Returns

PAUL ANDERSON Att. Yds. Avg. TD

KODY CASE Att. Yds. Avg. TD

TRYSTN DUCKER Att. Yds. Avg. TD

PAUL ANDERSON Att. Yds. Avg. TD

KODY CASE Att. Yds. Avg. TD

KAI HENRY Att. Yds. Avg. TD

TRYSTN DUCKER Att. Yds. Avg. TD

Att. Yds. Avg. TD

Att. Yds. Avg. TD

at Drake 2 19 9.5 -- 2 20 10.0 -- at Bowling Green -- -- -- -- 2 6 3.0 -- North Dakota DNP 1 23 23.0 -- at Western Illinois DNP 1 15 15.0 -- Youngstown State DNP 5 34 6.8 -- Indiana State DNP 3 34 11.3 -- at Illinois State DNP 1 4 4.0 -- Southern Illinois DNP DNP at UNI DNP -- -- -- -- at North Dakota State DNP -- -- -- -- South Dakota State DNP -- -- -- -- at Nicholls DNP -- -- -- -- at Sam Houston State DNP -- -- -- --

1 4 4.0 --- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -- -2 6 3.0 -2 18 9.0 --- -- -- -2 8 4.0 --- -- -- --- -- -- --

Kickoff Returns

at Drake 1 35 35.0 -- -- -- -- -- at Bowling Green 5 72 14.4 -- -- -- -- -- North Dakota DNP 2 36 18.0 -- at Western Illinois DNP 2 34 17.0 -- Youngstown State DNP 2 34 17.0 -- Indiana State DNP 1 20 20.0 -- at Illinois State DNP 3 47 15.6 -- Southern Illinois DNP DNP at UNI DNP -- -- -- -- at North Dakota State DNP -- -- -- -- South Dakota State DNP -- -- -- -- at Nicholls DNP -- -- -- -- at Sam Houston State DNP 3 59 19.6 --

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Scoring Drives SOUTH DAKOTA Opp. DU DU DU DU DU DU DU DU DU DU BG BG BG BG BG ND ND ND ND ND ND ND WIU WIU WIU WIU WIU WIU YSU YSU YSU YSU YSU INST INST INST INST INST INST INST INST ILST ILST ILST SIU SIU SIU SIU UNI UNI UNI UNI UNI UNI NDSU NDSU SDSU SDSU SDSU SDSU NICH NICH NICH NICH NICH NICH SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU

Plys 7 12 1 8 4 11 9 6 4 8 7 1 6 3 8 9 10 2 4 9 10 14 9 6 5 10 12 7 8 13 10 1 8 7 5 3 8 11 5 1 5 8 9 11 14 9 4 11 7 9 9 9 4 13 12 8 5 4 4 5 3 10 7 7 1 6 7 5 4 8 5 3

Yds 75 80 13 66 51 75 61 35 32 51 99 72 22 15 74 82 59 75 52 56 66 64 75 68 69 74 43 57 88 75 75 71 41 75 79 51 77 75 81 52 82 83 69 74 74 87 38 44 75 65 68 60 46 79 75 85 75 75 36 76 35 80 53 75 75 65 70 75 69 77 49 75

OPPONENTS

Time 1:45 4:12 0:08 2:02 1:18 4:17 1:16 1:51 1:20 4:56 2:11 0:15 1:48 1:09 2:36 3:21 3:41 0:21 1:16 1:31 3:44 9:21 3:18 1:28 1:24 2:06 4:11 1:57 2:07 4:47 2:38 0:10 1:17 2:34 1:12 0:47 2:17 3:32 1:50 0:09 2:44 2:00 2:45 3:06 5:28 4:16 0:57 7:19 3:00 3:18 3:33 4:15 0:35 2:05 4:01 2:42 1:16 1:13 1:09 0:57 0:57 3:02 1:13 2:41 0:12 3:38 2:43 1:03 0:53 2:15 1:29 0:48

Q/Time 1Q/13:15 1Q/7:05 1Q/4:59 1Q/0:13 2Q/9:49 2Q/3:22 2Q/0:06 3Q/6:38 4Q/13:56 4Q/7:38 1Q/10:37 1Q/3:37 1Q/1:44 3Q/7:16 4Q/9:43 1Q/11:39 1Q/5:02 1Q/2:36 2Q/8:59 2Q/0:10 3Q/9:34 4Q/1:49 1Q/11:42 2Q/14:56 2Q/2:58 2Q/0:01 3Q/9:10 3Q/5:44 1Q/2:18 2Q/8:04 2Q/2:00 3Q/12:48 4Q/0:07 1Q/4:58 2Q/13:41 2Q/6:38 2Q/1:30 3Q/11:28 3Q/0:14 4Q/13:52 4Q/9:38 2Q/9:13 2Q/5:02 4Q/13:30 1Q/9:32 1Q/2:49 2Q/2:22 4Q/5:39 1Q/12:00 2Q/14:21 2Q/6:13 2Q/0:35 3Q/12:37 4Q/0:11 1Q/10:59 2Q/8:24 2Q/10:38 2Q/7:39 3Q/3:54 4Q/2:14 1Q/3:13 2Q/9:19 2Q/0:00 3Q/4:08 3Q/0:28 4Q/5:57 1Q/6:31 2Q/12:21 3Q/12:11 3Q/7:24 4Q/14:54 4Q/10:45

Start Scoring Play SD25 Jackson 30-yd rec SD20 Streveler 2-yd run DU13 Van Roekel 13-yd rec SD34 Case 23-yd rec SD49 Fredrick 2-yd run SD25 Brooks 25-yd rec SD39 Hale 3-yd rec DU35 Henry 2-yd run DU32 Brooks 11-yd rec SD49 Klett 1-yd run SD01 Streveler 2-yd run SD28 Case 72-yd rec BG22 Streveler 2-yd run BG15 Streveler 4-yd run SD26 Fredrick 17-yd run SD15 Weese 21-yd FG SD41 Henry 8-yd run SD25 Streveler 7-yd run SD48 Henry 34-yd run SD44 Jackson 13-yd rec SD34 Streveler 14-yd run SD36 Klett 7-yd run SD25 Brooks 6-yd rec SD26 Weese 23-yd FG SD31 Van Roekel 32-yd rec SD26 Hale 1-yd rec WI43 Streveler 2-yd run SD43 Dagel 0-yd fum rec SD12 Baker 15-yd rec SD25 Henry 1-yd run SD25 Van Roekel 22-yd rec SD29 Jackson 71-yd rec SD47 Weese 29 yd FG SD25 Van Roekel 10-yd rec SD21 Van Roekel 55-yd rec SD49 Case 35-yd rec SD23 Streveler 46-yd run SD25 Case 22-yd rec SD19 Fredrick 53-yd run SD48 Baker 52-yd rec SD18 Klett 25-yd run SD17 Samson 50-yd rec SD31 Ramsey 2-yd rec SD26 Henry 12-yd run SD26 Samson 2-yd rec SD13 Henry 1-yd run SI38 Brooks 17-yd rec SI44 Fredrick 1-yd run SD25 Hale 16-yd rec SD19 Weese 32-yd FG SD25 Weese 24-yd FG SD25 Weese 33-yd FG NI46 Samson 11-yd run SD21 Allen 1-yd run SD25 Streveler 19-yd run SD15 Streveler 8-yd run SD25 Fredrick 49-yd run SD25 Fredrick 17-yd run ST36 Allen 10-yd rec SD24 Allen 3-yd rec NS35 Fredrick 1-yd run SD20 Allen 20-yd rec SD25 Weese 39-yd FG SD25 Van Roekel 47-yd rec SD25 Ducker 75-yd rec SD35 Van Roekel 10-yd rec SD30 Hale 5-yd rec SD25 Case 34-yd rec SD31 Van Roekel 42-yd rec SD23 Jackson 19-yd rec SH49 Streveler 2-yd run SD25 Brooks 58-yd rec

COYOTES

Opp. DU BG BG BG BG BG BG ND WIU WIU WIU WIU WIU YSU YSU YSU YSU INST INST ILST ILST ILST ILST ILST ILST ILST UNI UNI UNI UNI UNI NDSU NDSU NDSU NDSU NDSU NDSU NDSU SDSU SDSU SDSU SDSU SDSU NICH NICH NICH NICH SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU

Plys 11 9 8 5 8 11 8 5 5 2 2 18 6 8 7 11 15 13 10 4 12 7 4 8 2 7 6 10 3 6 2 6 7 5 4 9 4 3 10 1 3 10 8 9 8 6 5 3 10 10 8 4 5 7 9 8

Yds 80 67 69 42 32 39 69 73 74 75 23 85 97 86 75 69 80 66 70 80 83 33 86 47 90 39 18 42 73 62 11 71 98 88 79 86 64 66 57 6 81 65 75 76 75 76 30 63 87 75 70 81 87 60 75 58

Time 3:54 2:41 2:33 1:33 1:43 4:07 1:40 2:16 2:29 0:35 0:35 6:32 1:15 3:52 3:26 4:41 6:23 7:28 4:52 1:30 5:53 3:46 1:55 4:02 0:46 2:58 2:58 4:35 1:23 2:44 0:45 3:13 3:39 2:58 2:07 4:53 1:48 1:23 4:31 0:05 1:43 3:24 3:55 3:40 3:28 2:20 2:30 0:27 3:36 3:46 3:09 1:25 0:54 3:16 2:42 4:03

Q/Time 2Q/11:16 1Q/3:51 2Q/14:04 2Q/5:27 3Q/4:31 4Q/12:24 4Q/2:04 3Q/4:33 2Q/12:19 3Q/5:09 3Q/0:35 4Q/7:14 4Q/2:11 1Q/9:38 2Q/4:38 3Q/3:56 4Q/3:49 1Q/7:32 2Q/14:58 1Q/13:30 1Q/3:26 2Q/1:06 3Q/1:41 4Q/9:21 4Q/5:52 4Q/1:36 1Q/2:39 2Q/9:46 2Q/4:50 3Q/3:56 4Q/3:02 1Q/7:39 1Q/1:35 2Q/11:11 2Q/2:37 3Q/6:02 3Q/1:15 4Q/12:54 2Q/12:07 2Q/11:54 2Q/8:52 3Q/0:22 4Q/4:52 3Q/6:49 3Q/0:40 4Q/13:03 4Q/8:25 1Q/11:44 1Q/2:45 2Q/13:24 2Q/8:16 2Q/3:39 2Q/1:08 4Q/11:33 4Q/8:03 4Q/2:53

Start Scoring Play DU20 Updegraff 1-yd run BG20 Suder 30-yd FG BG21 Suder 27-yd FG BG35 Suder 40-yd FG SD32 Redding 9-yd rec BG40 Suder 38-yd FG BG31 Miller 20-yd rec ND27 Toivonen 10-yd rec WI26 Harper 17-yd rec WI25 Acklin 62-yd rec SD23 McShane 1-yd run SD15 Acklin 11-yd rec WI03 Acklin 41-yd rec YS14 McCaster 9-yd run YS25 McCaster 3-yd run YS31 McCaster 11-yd run YS20 McCaster 3-yd run IN34 Nunez 35-yd FG IN30 Nunez 20-yd FG IL20 Schnell 64-yd rec IL17 Schnell 5-yd rec IL38 Slattery 47-yd FG IL14 Robinson 14-yd run IL37 Slattery 33-yd FG IL10 Robinson 87-yd run IL34 Slattery 45-yd FG SD38 Drysdale 37-yd FG NI30 Drysdale 45-yd FG NI27 Weston 59-yd rec NI38 Weston 4-yd rec SD11 Weymiller 8-yd run ND29 Brooks 8-yd run ND02 Anderson 1-yd run ND12 Wilson 28-yd run ND21 Brooks 54-yd run ND14 Brooks 14-yd run ND36 Stick 7-yd run ND34 Wentz 8-yd rec ST15 Vinatieri 45-yd FG SD6 Wieneke 11-yd rec ST19 Wieneke 69-yd rec ST35 Daniel 1-yd run ST25 Johnson 17-yd rec NS24 Smith 24-yd run NS25 Irvin 2-yd run NS24 Smith 1-yd run SD44 Fonseca 43-yd FG SH37 Davis 44-yd rec SH13 Davis 13-yd rec SH25 Davis 3-yd run SH30 Avery 1-yd run SH19 Stewart 44-yd rec SH13 Davis 12-yd rec SH30 Honshtein 28-yd FG SH25 Avery 1-yd run SH20 Honshtein 40-yd FG

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Team Totals South Dakota

Team Totals Opponents

Rush (TDs) 20 (5)

Pass (TDs) 57 (18)

SOUTH DAKOTA’S BIG PLAYS OF 2016 Yds Play Opp. Qtr. Description 30* 35 23* 25* 26 43 51 72* 30 28 25 21 28 22 68 34* 23 23 30 35 30 41 32* 27 28 21 53 25 22* 71* 22 43 55* 35* 46* 22* 53* 52* 31 21 25* 50* 26 22 22 29 23 33 31 29 38 44 28 20 34 34 32 25 49* 48 33 21 30 32 20* 23 47* 75* 28 26 39 34* 26 42* 29 58* 58

Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Run Run Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Run Pass Run Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Run Run Run Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Run Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

DU DU DU DU DU DU BG BG BG BG BG BG ND ND ND ND ND WIU WIU WIU WIU WIU WIU WIU WIU WIU YSU YSU YSU YSU YSU INST INST INST INST INST INST INST INST INST INST ILST ILST ILST ILST ILST SIU SIU SIU UNI UNI UNI UNI UNI UNI NDSU NDSU NDSU SDSU SDSU SDSU SDSU SDSU NICH NICH NICH NICH NICH NICH SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU SHSU

1Q 1Q 1Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 1Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 4Q 1Q 1Q 1Q 2Q 4Q 1Q 1Q 1Q 1Q 2Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 1Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 1Q 2Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 4Q 4Q 4Q 4Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 4Q 1Q 1Q 3Q 1Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 4Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 3Q 4Q 4Q

Streveler to Jackson (1-10 on DU30) Fredrick (3-3 on DU37) Streveler to Case (1-10 on DU23) Streveler to Brooks (1-10 on DU25) Streveler to Baker (1-10 on DU29) Simmons (2-6 on SD17) Streveler to Hale (2-4 on SD20) Streveler to Case (1-10 on SD28) Streveler to Case (3-6 on SD35) Streveler to Case (1-10 on SD21) Streveler to Ramsey (2-9 on SD27) Streveler (1-10 on BG38) Streveler to Hale (2-5 on SD31) Streveler to Henry (2-5 on SD46) Streveler to Jackson (1-10 on SD25) Henry (3-3 on ND34) Simmons (1-10 on ND39) Streveler (1-10 on SD25) Streveler to Jackson (3-18 on WI36) Streveler to Jackson (1-10 on SD26) Streveler to Hale (1-10 on WI39) Streveler to Van Roekel (2-10 on SD27) Streveler to Van Roekel (1-10 on WI32) Streveler (2-12 on SD42) Streveler to Case (3-21 on SD46) Streveler to Falck (2-9 on WI46) Streveler to Jackson (3-12 on SD10) Streveler to Baker (2-22 on SD13) Streveler to Van Roekel (2-4 on YS22) Streveler to Jackson (1-10 on SD29) Streveler to Jackson (1-10 on SD40) Streveler to Brooks (2-8 on IN28) Streveler to Van Roekel (1-10 on SD45) Streveler to Case (1-10 on IN35) Streveler (2-6 on IN46) Streveler to Case (3-2 on IN22) Fredrick (1-10 on SD47) Simmons to Baker (1-10 on SD48) Henry (2-6 on SD22) Simmons to Ramsey (2-9 on IN46) Klett (1-10 on IN25) Streveler to Samson (1-10 on SD50) Streveler to Hale (2-11 on SD30) Streveler to Ramsey (2-4 on SD43) Streveler (3-12 on SD35) Fredrick (3-1 on IL41) Henry (3-3 on SI36) Fredrick (3-1 on SD50) Simmons to Ramsey (1-10 on SD20) Streveler to Hale (2-6 on SD43) Streveler to Jackson (1-10 on SD43) Streveler to Hale (2-15 on SD32) Streveler to Hale (3-3 on NI39) Streveler to Hale (3-12 on SD19) Streveler to Allen (1-G on NI1) Streveler to Allen (3-3 on SD22) Streveler to Van Roekel (3-5 on SD20) Streveler (3-9 on SD35) Fredrick (1-10 on ST49) Henry (1-10 on SD35) Streveler to Allen (1-10 on SD25) Streveler to Van Roekel (2-5 on ST31) Streveler to Van Roekel (1-10 on ST33) Streveler to Samson (1-10 on NS35) Streveler to Allen (3-8 on NS20) Streveler to Jackson (2-18 on SD10) Streveler to Van Roekel (2-10 on NS47) Streveler to Ducker (1-10 on SD25) Streveler (1-10 on SD35) Samson (1-10 on SH45) Streveler to Van Roekel (3-8 on SD27) Streveler to Case (2-10 on SH34) Streveler to Van Roekel (1-10 on SD31) Streveler to Van Roekel (3-9 on SH42) Streveler to Jackson (1-10 on SH32) Streveler to Brooks (1-10 on SD42) Streveler to Van Roekel (2-8 on SD27)

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Rush (TDs) 20 (4)

Pass (TDs) 61 (8)

OPPONENTS’S BIG PLAYS OF 2016 Yds Play Opp. Qtr. Description

21 24 20 20 35 42 22 40 21 25 49 20* 23 31 42 22 31 28 62* 22 20 23 21 34 41* 29 20 22 22 28 64* 22 31 47 74 24 87* 42 24 35 21 32 34 20 32 23 59* 21 35 35 24 77 21 40 28* 54* 46 50 54 20 69* 22 26 22 24* 21 20 22 44* 24 21 22 25 44* 27 24 24 22 48 35 23

Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Run Pass Run Pass Run Run Run Pass Pass Run Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Run Run Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Run Pass Pass Pass

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2Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 1Q 1Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 4Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 4Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 4Q 4Q 4Q 4Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 1Q 1Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 4Q 4Q 4Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 3Q 3Q 4Q 4Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 1Q 1Q 1Q 2Q 2Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 3Q 3Q 3Q 3Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 1Q 1Q 2Q 2Q 2Q 2Q 2Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 4Q 4Q

Kraemer to Doran (3-14 on DU16) Kraemer to McFarlane (3-8 on SD36) Kraemer to Calvert (2-10 on DU40) Kraemer to Calvert (3-12 on DU16) Morgan to Guyton (1-10 on BG49) Cleveland (1-10 on BG21) Clair (3-7 on SD34) Morgan to Guyton (1-10 on BG35) Morgan to Guyton (1-10 on BG24) Morgan to Morris (3-22 on BG39) Morgan to Guyton (2-10 on BG46) Morgan to Miller (3-G on SD20) Studsrud to Toivonen (2-2 on ND28) Santiago (1-10 on ND26) Studsrud to Mercer (1-10 on ND19) Heidlebaugh to Johannesson (1-10 on ND37) McGuire to Acklin (1-10 on WI26) McGuire to Acklin (3-12 on SD45) McGuire to Acklin (1-10 on WI38) McGuire to McShane (1-10 on SD23) McGuire to Acklin (3-5 on WI31) McGuire to Acklin (3-19 on SD35) McGuire to Acklin (1-25 on SD33) McGuire to Acklin (1-10 on WI03) McGuire to Acklin (1-10 on SD41) Mays to Alvin (1-10 on YS36) Mays (1-10 on YS25) Patterson (1-10 on YS45) Mays to Bailey (3-10 on YS31) Booker (1-10 on SD38) Kolbe to Schnell (3-5 on IL36) Smith (1-10 on IL34) Kolbe (3-14 on IL20) Robinson (1-10 on IL07) Kolbe to Schnell (3-9 on IL15) Kolbe to Schnell (1-10 on SD40) Robinson (2-7 on IL13) Smith (3-13 on IL31) Hearn to James (1-10 on SI39) Hearn to James (1-10 on SI09) Hearn to Davis (1-10 on SD32) Hearn to Leonard (3-5 on SI47) Hearn to James (3-7 on SD47) Hearn to Iwema (3-10 on SI30) Walter (1-10 on SI33) Dunne to Moore (1-10 on SD34) Dunne to Weston (1-10 on NI41) Dunne to Fountain (1-10 on NI38) Dunne to Moore (2-10 on SD41) Stick to Urzendowski (3-3 on ND36) Williams (2-8 on ND04) Stick to Williams (2-16 on ND22) Stick to Urzendowski (2-15 on ND07) Stick to Wentz (1-10 on ND28) Wilson (2-6 on SD28) Brooks (2-3 on ND46) Stick to Illies (1-10 on ND37) Stick to Illies (2-8 on ND38) Brooks (1-10 on ND34) Christion to Goedert (1-10 on ST40) Christion to Wieneke (1-10 on ST31) Christion to Goedert (1-10 on SD46) Fourcade to Dixon (3-6 on NS28) Fourcade to Roberts (3-8 on SD46) Smith (1-10 on SD24) Fourcade to Rogers (2-8 on NS43) Fourcade to LeBouef (1-10 on SD36) Fourcade (1-10 on NS44) Briscoe to Davis (1-10 on SD44) Briscoe to Davis (1-10 on SH13) Briscoe to Stewart (3-10 on SD36) Briscoe to Louis (3-8 on SD42) Briscoe to Davis (1-10 on SH41) Briscoe to Stewart (1-10 on SD44) Briscoe to Louis (1-10 on SH13) Avery (1-10 on SH40) Briscoe to Stewart (1-10 on SD36) Avery (2-10 on SH25) Briscoe to Stewart (1-10 on SH30) Briscoe to Compton (1-10 on SD49) Briscoe to Stewart (1-10 on SH35)

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GAME-OPENING DRIVES

2ND HALF-OPENING DRIVES

USD OPP Yards TD FG TD FG (minus) 0-9 1 10-19 2 1 1 20-29 1 1 30-39 5 1 4 40-49 5 1 3 50-59 8 1 2 60-69 8 4 7 4 70-79 28 15 1 80-89 8 1 12 90-99 1 3

South Dakota Opponents Game Pl-Yds-Time-Pts Pl-Yds-Time-Pts at DU 7-75-1:45-7 4-11-1:58-0 at BG 7-99-2:18-7 6-38-2:12-0 UND 9-82-3:27-3 5-20-2:50-0 at WIU 9-75-3:24-7 3-(-5)-2:49-0 YSU 5-15-1:30-0 8-86-3:55-7 INST 7-75-2:42-7 13-66-7:28-3 at ILST 3-2-1:21-0 4-80-1:35-7 SIU 14-74-5:28-7 4-22-2:27-0 at UNI 7-75-3:00-7 8-32-4:46-0 at NDSU 12-75-4:01-7 6-71-3:13-7 SDSU 7-28-2:59-0 3-9-1:55-0 at NICH 4-16-1:20-0 8-31-4:01-0 at SHSU 6-17-2:49-0 3-63-0:27-7

South Dakota Opponents Game Pl-Yds-Time-Pts Pl-Yds-Time-Pts at DU 5-41-2:01-0 7-33-3:08-0 at BG 9-45-3:17-0 4-17-1:17-0 UND 10-66-3:49-7 5-40-1:36-0 at WIU 12-43-4:16-7 3-6-1:31-0 YSU 1-71-0:10-7 3-(-8)-1:55-0 INST 11-75-3:37-7 6-22-2:35-0 at ILST 3-5-1:14-0 6-80-2:28-0 SIU 3-2-0:49-0 12-80-3:55-0 at UNI 4-46-0:35-7 4-4-1:48-0 at NDSU 5-17-1:48-0 3-9-2:09-0 SDSU 3-3-1:22-0 5-13-2:29-0 NICH 3-1-1:32-0 8-41-2:54-0 SHSU 4-69-0:53-7 3-9-1:50-0

RED ZONE Times ------------------------------Drive Ended By------------------------------------------ Total TD Scoring Inside 20 TD FG MFG Punts Downs TO Clock Points Pct. Pct. South Dakota 60 43 6 3 4 3 1 318 .717 .817 Opponents 46 31 9 1 1 4 242 .674 .869

KICKOFF ANALYSIS Total No. IntoEZ Returns TB In 10 In 20 OB OnS FC SQB Ryan Weese 22 3 19 1 14 16 1 1 1 Ethan James 65 23 51 12 53 62 1 1

PUNTING ANALYSIS No. Yards Avg. Brady Schutt 62 2,457 39.6

No. Ret. Avg. Long Ret. Yds. Ret. Ret. 20 142 7.1 77

Pc t. Not Net Returned Avg. In20 In10 50+ TB FC .677 35.7 26 7 4 5 24

TURNOVERS Pts. ----------------TOs By Quarter----------- Fum. Int. Total Off Margin 1 2 3 4 OT South Dakota 5 8 13 70 +9 3 2 2 6 -Opponents 7 15 22 51 -9 5 6 6 5 --

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2017 Game Summaries Game 1 South Dakota 77, Drake 7 Sept. 2 (Des Moines, Iowa / Drake Stadium / 3,332) DES MOINES, Iowa—South Dakota quarterback Chris Streveler accounted for six touchdowns and the Coyote defense forced four turnovers during a 77-7 drubbing of Drake at Drake Stadium. It was the most points scored by South Dakota since they blanked Minnesota-Crookston 77-0 in the 2005 season opener. It is the most points Drake has surrendered in any game. Streveler’s day was done at halftime when the scoreboard read 56-7. By then, he had completed 17 of 24 passes for 244 yards and five touchdowns. He had also carried 11 times for 45 yards and a score. It was the second time in 11 games at USD that Streveler has accounted for six touchdowns in one game. On the other side of the ball stood a defense that allowed minus-7 yards rushing and 143 yards in all. Redshirt freshman Mark Collins Jr. intercepted a pass on his second collegiate play from scrimmage to set up a 13-yard touchdown drive. Phillip Powell, another redshirt freshman, intercepted two passes including one he returned nine yards for a touchdown that put USD ahead 49-7 less than three minutes before halftime. Sophomore Darin Greenfield had a team-high seven tackles that included three sacks and 5.5 tackles-for-loss. USD had six sacks in all.

SCORE BY PERIODS South Dakota (1-0) Drake (0-1)

1 28 0

2 28 7

3 7 0

4 14 0

F 77 7

SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 1 13:15 SD: Jackson 30-yd pass from Streveler 7 plays, 75 yards, 1:45 7:05 SD: Streveler 2-yd run 12 plays, 80 yards, 4:12 4:59 SD: Van Roekel 13-yd pass from Streveler 1 play, 13 yards, 0:08 0:13 SD: Case 23-yd pass from Streveler 8 plays, 66 yards, 2:02 2 11:16 DU: Updegraff 1-yd run 11 plays, 80 yards, 3:54 9:49 SD: Fredrick 2-yd run 4 plays, 51 yards, 1:18 3:22 SD: Brooks 25-yd pass from Streveler 11 plays, 75 yards, 4:17 2:43 SD: Powell 9-yd interception return 0:06 SD: Hale 3-yd pass from Streveler 9 plays, 61 yards, 1:16 3 6:38 SD: Henry 2-yd run 6 plays, 35 yards, 1:51 4 13:56 SD: Brooks 11-yd pass from Simmons 4 plays, 32 yards, 1:20 7:38 SD: Klett 1-yd run 8 plays, 51 yards, 4:56

V-H 7-0 14-0 21-0 28-0 28-7 35-7 42-7 49-7 56-7 63-7 70-7 77-7

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Henry (12-75-1), Simmons (6-57-0), Klett (13-48-1), Fredrick (11-48-1), Streveler (11-45-1); DU: Murph (9-16-0), Updegraff (5-9-1), Skinner (7-8-0)

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field Goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

SD

DU

32 12 15 3 13 8 4 1 312 -7 58 34 5.4 -0.2 340 64 28 71 277 150 21-31-0 12-32-3 8.9 4.7 13.2 12.5 589 143 89 66 6.6 2.2 0-0 6-1 9-70 11-82 4-154 10-407 38.5 40.7 36.2 34.4 4 1 1 3 0 1 0 2 12-671 2-91 55.9 45.5 44.0 28.0 1 0 5-43-0 2-9-0 8.6 4.5 1-35-0 10-118-0 35.0 11.8 3-26-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 33:37 26:23 8:57 6:03 7:00 8:00 7:50 7:10 9:50 5:10 12 of 17 5 of 15 0 of 1 0 of 0 7-8 1-1 7-8 1-1 0-8 0-1 6-40 3-14 11-11 1-1 0-0 0-0 21 0

Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (17-24-5-0-244), Simmons (4-7-1-0-33); DU: Kraemer (10-24-0-3-135) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Brooks (4-50-2), Case (3-40-1), Falck (3-39-0); DU: Calvert (2-40-0), McFarlane (2-30-0), Cates (2-29-0)

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2017 Game Summaries Game 2 South Dakota 35, Bowling Green 27 Sept. 9 (Bowling Green, Ohio / Perry Stadium / 17,912) BOWLING GREEN, Ohio—South Dakota quarterback Chris Streveler accounted for 425 yards and four touchdowns, and the Coyote defense had four sacks and forced three turnovers in pulling off a 35-27 upset of Bowling Green Saturday at Perry Stadium. It was South Dakota’s second win against a FBS program with the first coming at Minnesota back in 2010. The Coyotes have opened a season with two road wins for the first time since 1957, and are 2-0 for the first time since 2006. USD heads home to host nationally-ranked North Dakota at 2 p.m. Saturday inside the DakotaDome. Streveler completed 19 of 34 passes for 306 yards and a touchdown, and ran for a game-high 119 yards and three scores. He completed a 99-yard drive on the Coyotes’ opening possession with a 2-yard touchdown run, and added another 2-yard plunge late in the first quarter that gave South Dakota a 21-3 lead. Defensively, the Coyotes sacked Bowling Green quarterback James Morgan four times and safety Doug Lewis intercepted him in the end zone late in the first half. South Dakota also recovered two fumbles and the offense converted both into touchdowns. The Coyotes led from start to finish, and answered the bell when things got tight early in the fourth quarter. Bowling Green used a muffed punt to score a touchdown and added a field goal to trim a 19-point deficit to 28-19 with 12:24 remaining. The Coyotes drove 74 yards in eight plays on their next possession and Michael Fredrick ran in from 17 yards away to make it 35-19 with less than 10 minutes to go. Streveler hit tight end Aaron Ramsey on completions of 25 yards and for seven yards on third down to extend the drive, and ran 21 yards on a quarterback run two plays prior to Fredrick’s score. SCORE BY PERIODS South Dakota (2-0) Bowling Green (0-2)

1 21 3

2 0 6

3 7 7

4 7 11

F 35 27

SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play V-H 1 10:37 SD: Streveler 2-yd run 7 plays, 99 yards, 2:11 7-0 3:51 BG: Suder 30-yd FG 9 plays, 67 yards, 2:41 7-3 3:37 SD: Case 72-yd pass from Streveler 1 play, 72 yards, 0:15 14-3 1:44 SD: Streveler 2-yd run 6 plays, 22 yards, 1:48 21-3 2 14:04 BG: Suder 27-yd FG 8 plays, 69 yards, 2:33 21-6 5:27 BG: Suder 40-yd FG 5 plays, 42 yards, 1:33 21-9 3 7:16 SD: Streveler 4-yd run 3 plays, 15 yards, 1:09 28-9 4:31 BG: Redding 9-yd pass from Morgan 8 plays, 32 yards, 1:43 28-16 4 12:24 BG: Suder 38-yd FG 11 plays, 39 yards, 4:07 28-19 9:43 SD: Fredrick 17-yd run 8 plays, 74 yards, 2:36 35-19 2:04 BG: Miller 20-yd pass from Morgan 8 plays, 69 yards, 1:40 35-27 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Streveler (23-119-3), Fredrick (16-81-1), Henry (8-16-0); BG: Cleveland (10-87-0), Wilson (8-37-0), Clair (4-34-0)

TEAM STATISTICS

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FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

28 23 10 7 12 13 6 3 214 161 52 34 4.1 4.7 234 198 20 37 306 311 19-34-0 20-49-1 9.0 6.3 16.1 15.6 520 472 86 83 6.0 5.7 1-1 2-2 11-90 14-155 6-194 6-279 32.3 46.5 26.2 45.5 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 6-340 6-311 56.7 51.8 42.3 38.2 0 0 2-6-0 3-17-0 3.0 5.7 7-82-0 6-86-0 11.7 14.3 1-25-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 33:03 26:57 5:59 9:01 8:04 6:56 9:27 5:33 9:33 5:27 6 of 16 6 of 19 0 of 2 1 of 2 4-5 5-5 4-31 3-11 5-5 1-1 0-1 4-4 14 7

Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (19-34-1-0-306); BG: Morgan (20-49-2-1-311) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Case (3-130-1), Hale (2-50-0), Ramsey (3-37-0); BG: Guyton (5-158-0), Miller (5-62-1), Redding (4-40-1)

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2017 Game Summaries Game 3 No. 23 South Dakota 45, No. 10 North Dakota 7 Sept. 16 (Vermillion, S.D. / DakotaDome / 9,645) VERMILLION, S.D.—South Dakota dominated 10th-ranked North Dakota from start to finish, outgaining the Hawks 575-257 and rolling to a 45-7 win inside the DakotaDome to improve to 3-0 for the first time since 2006. The Coyotes, No. 23 in the polls and climbing, won their 15th consecutive home opener dating back to 2003, and improved to 34-5 in home openers in the Dome dating back to 1979. It was the only weekend FCS matchup between top-25 teams, but this one was over by halftime. The Coyotes scored on five of their seven first-half possessions, racking up 400 yards of offense in the process, and took a 31-0 lead into the break. USD quarterback Chris Streveler completed 17 of 24 passes in the opening half for 241 yards that included a 68-yard bomb to Shamar Jackson that setup Streveler’s 7-yard touchdown run, and a 13-yard touchdown toss to Jackson with 10 seconds to go in the second quarter. Streveler finished with 290 yards passing, 62 yards rushing, and three touchdowns (1 pass, 2 rush). Jackson caught four passes for a game-high 97 yards. On the other side of the ball was a Coyote defense that passed another stern test in improving against the run. The Hawks came in averaging 154 yards thru two games and compiled 214 against the Yotes a year ago. USD held North Dakota to 47 yards rushing in the first half and 102 yards for the game. SCORE BY PERIODS 1 2 3 4 F North Dakota (1-2) 0 0 7 0 7 South Dakota (3-0) 17 14 7 7 45 SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 1 11:39 SD: Weese 21-yd FG 9 plays, 82 yards, 3:21 5:02 SD: Henry 8-yd run 10 plays, 59 yards, 3:41 2:36 SD: Streveler 7-yd run 2 plays, 75 yards, 0:21 2 8:59 SD: Henry 34-yd run 4 plays, 52 yards, 1:16 0:10 SD: Jackson 13-yd pass from Streveler 9 plays, 56 yards, 1:31 3 9:34 SD: Streveler 14-yd run 10 plays, 66 yards, 3:44 4:33 ND: Toivonen 10-yd pass from Studsrud 5 plays, 73 yards, 2:16 4 1:49 SD: Klett 7-yd run 14 plays, 64 yards, 9:21

V-H 0-3 0-10 0-17 0-24 0-31 0-38 7-38 7-45

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Henry (12-80-2), Klett (14-68-1), Streveler (16-65-2), Fredrick (13-44-0); ND: Santiago (12-85-0), Oliveira (4-9-0), Mercer (1-6-0) Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (23-30-1-0-290); ND: Studsrud (11-22-1-0-133); Heidlebaugh (1-3-0-0-22) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Jackson (4-97-1), Falck (7-77-0), Hale (2-41-0); ND: Mercer (3-61-0), Toivonen (5-53-1), Johannesson (1-22-0)

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11 33 3 15 6 15 2 3 102 285 30 59 3.4 4.8 127 297 25 12 155 290 12-25-0 23-30-0 6.2 9.7 12.9 12.6 257 575 55 89 4.7 6.5 0-0 0-0 9-54 5-60 6-229 4-161 38.2 40.2 34.3 40.2 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 4 2-127 8-420 63.5 52.5 45.5 29.4 0 0 0-0-0 1-23-0 0.0 23.0 8-185-0 2-36-0 23.1 18.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 22:52 37:08 7:37 7:23 4:50 10:10 7:16 7:44 3:09 11:51 1 of 12 8 of 17 0 of 4 3 of 3 1-1 6-7 2-8 4-17 1-1 6-6 0-1 1-2 0 0

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2017 Game Summaries Game 4 No. 10 South Dakota 38, No. 16 Western Illinois 33 Sept. 30 (Macomb, Ill. / Hanson Field / 5,631) MACOMB, Ill.—Tenth-ranked South Dakota used four scores from quarterback Chris Streveler to build a 38-6 lead and held on late to secure a 3833 road win at No. 16 Western Illinois at Hanson Field in the conference opener for both teams. The Coyotes moved to 4-0 for the first time since 2006 and won their third road game, also the most since that season. Western Illinois, fresh off three impressive road wins, lost its home opener for the first time in eight seasons. Streveler, the nation’s leader in points responsible for, threw three touchdown passes and ran for one more. He completed 19 of 32 passes for 328 yards for his second-highest tally as a Coyote and totaled 417 yards in all. His career best was a 378-yard performance against Western Illinois last season. Brandt Van Roekel returned from an injury to catch six passes for a Coyote-best 119 yards, including a 32-yard touchdown catch late in the first half that gave USD a 17-6 lead. Both of Van Roekel’s 100-yard collegiate receiving performances have come against the Leathernecks. Tight end Josh Hale caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Streveler with 1 second left in the first half to give USD a 24-6 halftime edge. The Coyotes outgained the Leathernecks 359-166 in the first half. Streveler’s 12 completions in the stanza totaled 232 yards, 109 of which went to Van Roekel. Things were going South Dakota’s way when left guard Stetson Dagel recovered a Coyote fumble in the end zone to make it 38-6 with 5:44 left in the third quarter. It turned out to be just enough to hold off the Leathernecks. SCORE BY PERIODS 1 2 3 4 F South Dakota (4-0, 1-0) 7 17 14 0 38 Western Illinois (3-1, 0-1) 0 6 14 13 33 SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 1 11:42 SD: Brooks 6-yd pass from Streveler 9 plays, 75 yards, 3:18 2 14:56 SD: Weese 23-yd FG 6 plays, 68 yards, 1:28 12:19 WIU: Harper 17-yd pass from McGuire 5 plays, 74 yards, 2:29 2:58 SD: Van Roekel 32-yd pass from Streveler 5 plays, 69 yards, 1:24 0:01 SD: Hale 1-yd pass from Streveler 10 plays, 74 yards, 2:06 3 9:10 SD: Streveler 2-yd run 12 plays, 43 yards, 4:11 5:44 SD: Dagel 0-yd fumble recovery 7 plays, 57 yards, 1:57 5:09 WIU: Acklin 62-yd pass from McGuire 2 plays, 75 yards, 0:35 0:35 WIU: McShane 1-yd run 2 plays, 23 yards, 0:35 4 7:14 WIU: Acklin 11-yd pass from McGuire 18 plays, 85 yards, 6:32 2:11 WIU: Acklin 41-yd pass from McGuire 6 plays, 97 yards, 1:15

V-H 7-0 10-0 10-6 17-6 24-6 31-6 38-6 38-13 38-20 38-27 38-33

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Streveler (24-89-1), Henry (12-58-0), Fredrick (12-39-0); WIU: Norris (4-19-0), McShane (10-15-1), Ratkovich (2-7-0)

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FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

25 22 11 2 13 18 1 2 189 33 54 23 3.5 1.4 223 52 34 19 328 441 19-32-0 31-48-1 10.2 9.2 17.3 14.2 517 474 86 71 6.0 6.7 2-0 0-0 7-86 13-120 6-251 7-248 41.8 35.4 26.2 33.3 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 7-438 5-282 62.6 56.4 37.4 39.6 1 2 1-15-0 2-74-0 15.0 37.0 2-34-0 6-151-0 17.0 25.2 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 30:26 29:34 8:13 6:47 5:19 9:41 9:45 5:15 7:09 7:51 6 of 17 6 of 16 2 of 4 1 of 2 5-5 3-3 2-14 2-10 5-5 3-4 1-1 0-0 0 0

Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (19-32-3-0-328); WIU: McGuire (31-48-4-1-441) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Van Roekel (6-119-1), Jackson (3-73-0), Falck (3-53-0), Hale (2-31-1); WIU: Acklin (19-343-3), Gaston (3-29-0), McShane (3-27-0)

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2017 Game Summaries Game 5 No. 6 South Dakota 31, No. 3 Youngstown State 28 Oct. 7 (Vermillion, S.D. / DakotaDome / 10,065) VERMILLION, S.D.—South Dakota senior kicker Ryan Weese kicked a 29-yard field goal with seven seconds remaining to give the sixth-ranked Coyotes a 31-28 win against third-ranked Youngstown State before a sellout Dakota Days crowd of more than 10,000 inside the DakotaDome. It was South Dakota’s third straight win against a top-20 team and moves the Coyotes to 5-0 for the first time since 2005. It was USD’s first win against the Penguins in six tries. Coyote quarterback Chris Streveler completed 21 of 35 passes for 360 yards and three touchdowns. Junior wide receiver Shamar Jackson tied a program record with 11 receptions and set a new record with 229 yards. That tally includes a 71-yard touchdown catch on USD’s first play of the second half that gave the Coyotes a 28-14 advantage. Jackson broke Dwight Duncombe’s record of 205 yards set back in 1972. Taylor Lambert sacked Youngstown State quarterback Nathan Mays on the final play of the game to secure the win. The Coyotes totaled six sacks in all. Lambert and defensive end Darin Greenfield had two sacks apiece. Mays earned the start for Youngstown State after Hunter Wells was unable to go with a shoulder injury. Mays completed 12 of 25 passes for 153 yards. He also ran for 30. Junior tailback Tevin McCaster, the nation’s ninthleading rusher heading into the weekend, ran 22 times for 90 yards and scored all four Youngstown State touchdowns. The Coyote offense, facing its stiffest challenge to date, was more than up to the task. South Dakota gained 283 of its 486 yards in the first half and took a 21-14 lead into the break. That against a defense that had allowed 16 points total over its last 12 quarters of play. Youngstown State had yielded 245 yards per game coming in, fifth best nationally. SCORE BY PERIODS 1 2 3 4 F Youngstown State (3-2, 1-1) 7 7 7 7 28 South Dakota (5-0, 2-0) 7 14 7 3 31 SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 1 9:38 YS: McCaster 9-yd run 8 plays, 86 yards, 3:52 2:18 SD: Baker 15-yd pass from Streveler 8 plays, 88 yards, 2:07 2 8:04 SD: Henry 1-yd run 13 plays, 75 yards, 4:47 4:38 YS: McCaster 3-yd run 7 plays, 75 yards, 3:26 2:00 SD: Van Roekel 22-yd pass from Streveler 10 plays, 75 yards, 2:38 3 12:48 SD: Jackson 71-yd pass from Streveler 1 play, 71 yards, 0:10 3:56 YS: McCaster 11-yd run 11 plays, 69 yards, 4:41 4 3:49 YS: McCaster 3-yd run 15 plays, 80 yards, 6:23 0:07 SD: Weese 29-yd FG 8 plays, 41 yards, 1:17

V-H 7-0 7-7 7-14 14-14 14-21 14-28 21-28 28-28 28-31

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Streveler (16-48-0), Fredrick (7-36-0), Henry (9-16-1); YSU: McCaster (22-90-4), Turner (11-42-0), Mays (14-30-0)

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

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23 25 12 8 10 16 1 1 188 126 49 37 3.8 3.4 225 154 37 28 156 360 13-26-0 21-36-0 6.0 10.0 12.0 17.1 344 486 75 73 4.6 6.7 2-0 1-0 4-27 10-87 6-255 5-210 36.8 37.8 36.8 37.8 1 3 2 0 0 1 1 3 5-323 6-380 64.6 63.3 42.8 39.0 3 3 1-1-0 5-34-0 1.0 6.8 3-71-0 2-34-0 23.7 17.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 33:28 26:32 8:14 6:46 5:58 9:02 9:46 5:14 9:30 5:30 8 of 16 7 of 14 1 of 2 1 of 2 4-4 3-3 4-25 6-32 4-4 4-4 0-0 1-1 0 0

Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (21-35-3-0-360); YSU: Mays (12-25-0-0-153) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Jackson (11-229-1), Van Roekel (3-44-1), Baker (2-40-1); YSU: Bailey (3-68-0), Rader (4-47-0), Patterson (2-25-0)

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2017 Game Summaries Game 6 No. 4 South Dakota 56, Indiana State 6 Oct. 14 (Vermillion, S.D. / DakotaDome / 8,390) VERMILLION, S.D.—South Dakota racked up more than 700 yards of total offense and kept Indiana State out of the end zone in a 56-6 victory inside the DakotaDome. The fourth-ranked Coyotes, one of seven unbeaten FCS teams heading into the weekend, moved to 6-0 for the first time since 2005 and to 3-0 inside the Valley. Indiana State remains winless under first-year head coach Curt Mallory. South Dakota quarterback Chris Streveler had game highs of 337 yards passing and 82 yards rushing in three quarters of work. He threw two touchdown passes each to wide outs Kody Case and Brandt Van Roekel, and also scored on a 46-yard touchdown run just before halftime that gave the Coyotes a 28-6 lead. Streveler has accounted for 25 touchdowns against no turnovers in six games this season. Indiana State started junior quarterback Isaac Harker for the first time since week one, and he led the Sycamores to a pair of field goals on Indiana State’s first two possessions. But after the six points, Indiana State was held to 94 yards on 37 plays the rest of the way. The Sycamores ran 22 plays in the second half and earned two first downs. Jim Litrenta led the Coyotes with nine tackles and had one of South Dakota’s nine tackles-for-loss. True freshman Nathan Schultz earned his first collegiate sack and redshirt freshman Jacob Headlee got his second. South Dakota’s offense scored touchdowns on eight of its first 10 possessions. The exceptions were a punt in the second quarter and a lost fumble in the middle of the third. It was the first offensive turnover committed by South Dakota in seven games dating back to last season. The Coyotes ran 544 plays from scrimmage spanning 26 quarters of football without their offense turning it over. SCORE BY PERIODS 1 2 3 4 F Indiana State (0-6, 0-3) 3 3 0 0 6 South Dakota (6-0, 3-0) 7 21 14 14 56 SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 1 7:32 IN: Nunez 35-yd FG 13 plays, 66 yards, 7:28 4:58 SD: Van Roekel 10-yd pass from Streveler 7 plays, 75 yards, 2:34 2 14:58 IN: Nunez 20-yd FG 10 plays, 70 yards, 4:52 13:41 SD: Van Roekel 55-yd pass from Streveler 5 plays, 79 yards, 1:12 6:38 SD: Case 35-yd pass from Streveler 3 plays, 51 yards, 0:47 1:30 SD: Streveler 46-yd run 8 plays, 77 yards, 2:17 3 11:28 SD: Case 22-yd pass from Streveler 11 plays, 75 yards, 3:32 0:14 SD: Fredrick 53-yd run 5 plays, 81 yards, 1:50 4 13:52 SD: Baker 52-yd pass from Simmons 1 play, 52 yards, 0:09 9:38 SD: Klett 25-yd run 5 plays, 82 yards, 2:44

V-H 3-0 3-7 6-7 6-14 6-21 6-28 6-35 6-42 6-49 6-56

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FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

11 30 3 13 8 17 0 0 71 295 29 40 2.4 7.4 92 298 21 3 161 410 19-29-0 29-35-0 5.6 11.7 8.5 14.1 232 705 58 75 4.0 9.4 2-1 1-1 2-9 3-25 8-391 2-87 48.9 43.5 42.1 44.0 2 1 5 0 1 0 1 1 3-194 9-566 64.7 62.9 41.3 41.9 2 2 1-(-1)-0 3-34-0 -1.0 11.3 7-139-0 1-20-0 19.9 20.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 31:50 28:10 12:26 2:34 8:19 6:41 5:35 9:25 5:30 9:30 4 of 16 7 of 11 0 of 0 2 of 2 2-2 1-3 0-0 2-8 0-0 8-8 2-2 0-0 0 0

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Fredrick (9-82-1), Streveler (8-82-1), Klett (8-54-1), Henry (6-48-0); INST: Booker (12-30-0), Harker (8-15-0), Keys (5-12-0) Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (27-32-4-0-337); Simmons (2-3-1-0-73); INST: Harker (17-25-0-0-154) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Van Roekel (7-108-2), Baker (5-80-1), Case (3-62-2), Brooks (3-59-0), Ramsey (4-45-0); INST: McClendon (7-41-0), Pugh (3-36-0), Larkin (3-35-0), Thomas (2-21-0)

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2017 Game Summaries Game 7 No. 24 Illinois State 37, No. 4 South Dakota 21 Oct. 21 (Normal, Ill. / Hancock Stadium / 12,113) NORMAL, Ill.—Illinois State running back James Robinson ran for 193 yards and two touchdowns, including an 87-yard touchdown run late, to hand No. 4 South Dakota its first setback of the season, 37-21, at Hancock Stadium. Robinson and wide out Spencer Schnell led an Illinois State attack that compiled 567 yards against the Coyotes’ 29th-ranked defense. Schnell caught two touchdowns early that staked Illinois State to a 14-0 lead. His first was a slant pass that he took 64 yards to pay dirt just 90 seconds into the game. Schnell finished with seven catches for 191 yards. Coyote quarterback Chris Streveler set program records for completions (39) and attempts (63) in throwing for a career-high 440 yards, most by a USD player since 2005. He threw a 50-yard touchdown pass to Brett Samson and a 2-yard score to Aaron Ramsey in the second quarter that tied the game at 14-14. Ramsey led 11 different Coyote receivers with eight catches for 67 yards. South Dakota had a 1st-and-5 from Illinois State’s 7 trailing 27-21 with less than eight minutes to go. But the Redbirds forced an incomplete pass on 4th-and-8 to maintain the lead. Robinson took the second play on the ensuing drive 87 yards around right end for the back-breaking blow. A key sequence also took place early in the second half when South Dakota thought it had taken its first lead after Alonge Brooks made a leaping grab in the end zone from 18 yards out. A pass interference penalty negated the play, and the Coyotes went on to miss a 40-yard field goal behind a strong wind that would have tied the game at 17-17. South Dakota was flagged 11 times for 123 yards. The Coyotes’ top-ranked offense posted 554 yards against a stingy defense, but those two empty possessions in the red zone were the difference. South Dakota was held under 31 points for the first time this season. SCORE BY PERIODS 1 2 3 4 F South Dakota (6-1, 3-1) 0 14 0 7 21 Illinois State (5-2, 3-1) 14 3 7 13 37 SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 1 13:30 ILS: Schnell 64-yd pass from Kolbe 4 plays, 80 yards, 1:30 3:26 ILS: Schnell 5-yd pass from Kolbe 12 plays, 73 yards, 5:53 2 9:13 SD: Samson 50-yd pass from Streveler 8 plays, 83 yards, 2:00 5:02 SD: Ramsey 2-yd pass from Streveler 9 plays, 69 yards, 2:45 1:06 ILS: Slattery 47-yd FG 7 plays, 33 yards, 3:46 3 1:41 ILS: Robinson 14-yd run 4 plays, 86 yards, 1:55 4 13:30 SD: Henry 12-yd run 11 plays, 74 yards, 3:06 9:21 ILS: Slattery 33-yd FG 8 plays, 47 yards, 4:02 5:42 ILS: Robinson 87-yd run 2 plays, 90 yards, 0:46 1:36 ILS: Slattery 45-yd FG 7 plays, 39 yards, 2:58

V-H 0-7 0-14 7-14 14-14 14-17 14-24 21-24 21-27 21-34 21-37

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

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33 20 7 11 24 6 2 3 114 331 25 47 4.6 7.0 133 368 19 37 440 236 39-63-2 12-19-1 7.0 12.4 11.3 19.7 554 567 88 66 6.3 8.6 0-0 1-1 11-123 8-71 5-231 4-153 46.2 38.2 45.4 37.2 2 1 2 1 0 0 2 1 4-215 8-462 53.8 57.8 30.2 37.4 0 4 1-4-0 2-4-0 4.0 2.0 4-63-0 4-94-0 15.8 23.5 1-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 25:36 34:24 4:23 10:37 5:25 9:35 8:41 6:19 7:07 7:53 9 of 16 6 of 13 1 of 2 0 of 0 2-4 3-4 1-4 2-16 3-3 4-4 0-1 3-3 0 3

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Fredrick (6-47-0), Henry (8-31-1), Streveler (8-29-0); ILST: Robinson (19-193-2), Smith (21-92-0), Kolbe (3-28-0) Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (39-63-2-2-440); ILST: Kolbe (12-19-2-1-236) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Ramsey (8-67-1), Baker (5-58-0), Van Roekel (6-55-0), Brooks (5-56-0); ILST: Schnell (7-191-2), Gillum (1-16-0), Fowler (2-14-0)

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2017 Game Summaries Game 8 No. 7 South Dakota 42, Southern Illinois 0 Oct. 28 (Vermillion, S.D. / DakotaDome / 8,498) VERMILLION, S.D.—Seventh-ranked South Dakota ran two interceptions back for touchdowns and forced five turnovers in all in shutting out Southern Illinois 42-0 inside the DakotaDome. The win gives the Coyotes their most victories at the Division I level and inside Valley play. South Dakota, responding from a loss for the first time all season, improved to 4-0 at home and remain one game back of North Dakota State in the conference standings. The game was billed as a battle between the Valley’s top two quarterbacks, but that narrative was quickly erased when both starters were injured in the first half and did not return. South Dakota quarterback Chris Streveler was injured near the goal line on the first series of the game. Southern Illinois’ Sam Straub was removed early in the second quarter. Austin Simmons replaced Streveler and finished the opening drive with a 2-yard touchdown pass to tight end Brett Samson on third down. The Coyotes skipped 87 yards in nine plays on drive two and scored on a 1-yard dive by Kai Henry. South Dakota outgained SIU 134-32 in the opening quarter. A fumble forced by USD defensive end Nick Kramer and scooped up by safety Ben Garlock set up the third touchdown of the first half. Simmons connected with Alonge Brooks down the right sideline for a 17-yard touchdown strike that extended the lead to 21-0. It was the fourth touchdown grab of the season for Brooks. Between Straub and backup Tanner Hearn, the Salukis netted 110 yards in the first half and possessed the ball for less than 12 minutes. Hearn passed for 207 in the second half, but the Coyotes took full advantage of his mistakes. He didn’t see South Dakota safety Andrew Gray sitting on a slant pattern near the goal line. Gray made the play and scurried 97 yards for a touchdown – the longest interception return in program history, and the program’s first pick-six since 2013. It made the score 28-0 with 20 seconds left in the third quarter. South Dakota safety Mike Johnson cut in front of a Hearn pass and raced 79 yards for the final blow of the game with 3:29 remaining. Hearn finished 14 of 33 for 231 yards and four interceptions. He was also sacked three times. Saluki quarterbacks had been sacked three times all season entering the weekend. SCORE BY PERIODS 1 2 3 4 F Southern Illinois (4-4, 2-3) 0 0 0 0 0 South Dakota (7-1, 4-1) 14 7 7 14 42 SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 1 9:32 SD: Samson 2-yd pass from Simmons 14 plays, 74 yards, 5:28 2:49 SD: Henry 1-yd run 9 plays, 87 yards, 4:16 2 2:22 SD: Brooks 17-yd pass from Simmons 4 plays, 38 yards, 0:57 3 0:20 SD: An. Gray 97-yd interception return 4 5:39 SD: Fredrick 1-yd run 11 plays, 44 yards, 7:19 3:29 SD: Johnson 79-yd interception return

V-H 0-7 0-14 0-21 0-28 0-35 0-42

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Fredrick (19-94-1), Henry (17-73-1), Klett (8-18-0); SIU: Walter (7-59-0), Davis (12-46-0), Mixon (6-17-0)

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FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

21 17 7 8 10 5 4 4 147 177 39 49 3.8 3.6 163 197 16 20 255 103 17-40-4 13-21-0 6.4 4.9 15.0 7.9 402 280 79 70 5.1 4.0 1-1 0-0 15-148 8-81 6-244 7-301 40.7 43.0 36.3 38.4 1 3 1 0 1 1 2 3 1-59 7-431 59.0 61.6 39.0 40.6 0 1 3-12-0 2-6-0 4.0 3.0 5-122-0 1-20-0 24.4 20.0 0-0-0 4-176-2 0-0-0 1-16-0 0 0 29:30 30:30 5:13 9:47 6:16 8:44 11:33 3:27 6:28 8:32 6 of 17 7 of 16 0 of 3 1 of 2 0-3 4-4 2-8 3-8 0-0 6-6 0-1 0-0 0 21

Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Simmons (11-18-2-0-91); Hearn (14-33-0-4-231), Straub (3-7-0-0-24) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Ramsey (2-36-0), Brooks (2-20-1), Van Roekel (2-9-0); SIU: James (5-105-0), Leonard (6-77-0), Iwema (3-42-0)

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2017 Game Summaries Game 9 UNI 34, No. 6 South Dakota 29 Nov. 4 (Cedar Falls, Iowa / UNI-Dome / 10,814) CEDAR FALLS, Iowa—South Dakota, a team that had turned the ball over four times all season, committed four turnovers – three in the fourth quarter – to hand UNI a 34-29 win inside the UNI-Dome. Leading 23-20 with less than nine minutes to go, the Coyotes threw an interception in the end zone on a play inside the 5-yard line. USD forced a punt, but fumbled with three minutes left to set up the Panthers on the 11. UNI running back Marcus Weymiller ran in from there to give the Panthers a 27-23 lead, and Keelon Brookins’ pick-six with 2:23 left sealed the come-from-behind victory. South Dakota quarterback Chris Streveler passed for 401 yards and two touchdowns, including a 1-yard jump ball to Dakarai Allen with 11 seconds left for the final score of the game. Tight end Josh Hale caught six passes for 151 yards and completed the first drive of the game with a 16-yard touchdown catch. South Dakota outgained UNI 490-283, but settling for three field goals inside the red zone and the four turnovers were the difference. The Panthers mustered just 55 yards on the ground on 35 attempts. Four sacks by the Coyote defense aided those efforts. UNI quarterback Eli Dunne completed 14 of 24 passes for 228 yards. SCORE BY PERIODS 1 2 3 4 F South Dakota (7-2, 4-2) 7 9 7 6 29 UNI (5-4, 4-2) 3 10 7 14 34 SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 1 12:00 SD: Hale 16-yd pass from Streveler 7 plays, 75 yards, 3:00 2:39 UNI: Drysdale 37-yd FG 6 plays, 18 yards, 2:58 2 14:21 SD: Weese 32-yd FG 9 plays, 65 yards, 3:18 9:46 UNI: Drysdale 45-yd FG 10 plays, 42 yards, 4:35 6:13 SD: Weese 24-yd FG 9 plays, 68 yards, 3:33 4:50 UNI: Weston 59-yd pass from Dunne 3 plays, 73 yards, 1:23 0:35 SD: Weese 33-yd FG 14 plays, 60 yards, 4:15 3 12:37 SD: Samson 11-yd run 4 plays, 46 yards, 0;35 3:56 UNI: Weston 4-yd pass from Dunne 6 plays, 62 yards, 2:44 4 3:02 UNI: Weymiller 8-yd run 2 plays, 11 yards, 0:45 2:23 UNI: Brookins 29-yd INT return 0:11 SD: Allen 1-yd pass from Streveler 13 plays, 79 yards, 2:05

V-H 7-0 7-3 10-3 10-6 13-6 13-13 16-13 23-13 23-20 23-27 23-34 29-34

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Henry (13-39-0), Fredrick (14-35-), Samson (1-11-1); UNI: Weymiller (24-69-1), Allen (2-9-0), Jegen (3-7-0) Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (34-51-2-2-401); UNI: Dunne (14-24-2-0-228)

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

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25 16 6 5 18 10 1 1 89 55 36 35 2.5 1.6 106 97 17 42 401 228 34-51-2 14-24-0 7.9 9.5 11.8 16.3 490 283 87 59 5.6 4.8 4-2 0-0 4-30 7-54 3-143 6-243 47.7 40.5 43.0 37.5 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 6-350 7-454 58.3 64.9 39.2 41.4 1 5 2-18-0 2-14-0 9.0 7.0 2-39-0 5-90-0 19.5 18.0 0-0-0 2-52-1 0-0-0 1-21-0 0 0 30:27 29:33 7:16 7:44 8:27 6:33 5:18 9:42 9:26 5:34 10 of 19 5 of 13 2 of 2 0 of 0 6-7 4-4 4-34 1-9 2-2 4-4 3-3 2-2 0 17

Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Hale (6-151-1), Hale (8-92-0), Allen (4-51-1), Fredrick (4-32-0); UNI: Moore (5-100-0), Weston (3-62-2), Fountain (1-21-0)

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2017 Game Summaries Game 10 No. 6 North Dakota State 49, No. 10 South Dakota 14 Nov. 11 (Fargo, N.D. / Fargodome / 18,623) FARGO, N.D.—North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick led an efficient Bison offense that racked up 647 yards of offense in a 49-14 win against South Dakota in a battle of top-10 teams. The win gives North Dakota State at least a share of its seventh consecutive Missouri Valley Football Conference title. Stick passed for 307 yards and contributed 39 yards to a ground game that compiled 342. Sophomore running back Ty Brooks carried nine times for a game-high 152 yards and three touchdowns. NDSU reached the end zone on seven of its first nine possessions and averaged better than 11 yards per play. South Dakota got 232 yards passing and 93 yards rushing from quarterback Chris Streveler, who broke the program’s single-season record for total yards in a season with 3,520. Streveler scored touchdowns on runs of 19 and 8 yards in the first half. The Coyotes’ No. 2 ranked offense totaled 419 yards against NDSU’s second-ranked defense, a unit that was yielding 220 yards per game. SCORE BY PERIODS 1 2 3 4 F South Dakota (7-3, 4-3) 7 7 0 0 14 North Dakota State (9-1, 6-1) 14 14 14 7 49 SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 1 10:59 SD: Streveler 19-yd run 12 plays, 75 yards, 4:01 7:39 NDSU: Brooks 8-yd run 6 plays, 71 yards, 3:13 1:35 NDSU: Anderson 1-yd run 7 plays, 98 yards, 3:39 2 11:11 NDSU: Wilson 28-yd run 5 plays, 88 yards, 2:58 8:24 SD: Streveler 8-yd run 8 plays, 85 yards, 2:42 2:37 NDSU: Brooks 54-yd run 4 plays, 79 yards, 2:07 3 6:02 NDSU: Brooks 14-yd run 9 plays, 86 yards, 4:53 1:15 NDSU: Stick 7-yd run 4 plays, 64 yards, 1:48 4 12:54 NDSU: Wentz 8-yd pass from Stick 3 plays, 66 yards, 1:23

V-H 7-0 7-7 7-14 7-21 14-21 14-28 14-35 14-42 14-49

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Streveler (18-93-2), Fredrick (11-57-0), Henry (8-33-0); NDSU: Brooks (9-152-3), Wilson (13-88-1), Stick (7-39-1), Anderson (14-33-1), Williams (2-30-0) Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (30-47-0-0-232); NDSU: Stick (11-12-1-0-307) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Van Roekel (4-62-0), Allen (3-44-0), Case (5-40-0); NDSU: Illies (2-96-0), Williams (2-90-0), Urzendowski (2-56-0), Wentz (2-48-1)

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FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

NDSU

23 21 12 13 10 8 1 0 187 340 38 46 4.9 7.4 207 345 20 5 232 307 30-47-0 11-12-0 4.9 25.6 7.7 27.9 419 647 85 58 4.9 11.2 1-0 1-0 3-5 6-46 5-213 3-135 42.6 45.0 41.2 45.0 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 3-176 8-496 58.7 62.0 43.3 43.2 0 1 0-0-0 3-7-0 0.0 2.3 7-125-0 3-46-0 17.9 15.3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 26:17 33:43 8:01 6:59 7:08 7:52 6:02 8:58 5:06 9:54 11 of 20 4 of 8 0 of 4 1 of 1 2-2 5-5 0-0 4-21 2-2 7-7 0-0 0-0 0 0

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2017 Game Summaries Game 11 No. 5 South Dakota State 31, No. 16 South Dakota 28 Nov. 18 (Vermillion, S.D. / DakotaDome / 10,147) VERMILLION, S.D.—South Dakota State quarterback Taryn Christion passed for 299 yards and three scores to lead the fifth-ranked Jackrabbits to a 31-28 win against No. 16 South Dakota inside the DakotaDome. South Dakota rushed for 297 yards and passed for 286, but couldn’t post enough points to get the win. Michael Fredrick rushed for a season-high 123 yards and two first-half touchdowns, and Kai Henry added a career-best 109 yards. They are the first USD running back tandem since 2014 to eclipse 100 yards in the same game. Coyote quarterback Chris Streveler wore a glove on his throwing hand and still completed 27 of 39 passes for 286 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for 65 and had a 59-yard dash to the 1 called back due to penalty early in the fourth quarter. South Dakota missed a 42-yard field goal at the end of the drive that would have tied the game at 24-24. Christion at the Jacks capitalized with a touchdown drive that made it a two-score game with 4:52 remaining. One week after breaking the Coyotes’ single-season record for total offense, Streveler broke the program’s season mark for passing yards, surpassing Wesley Bechorner’s 2005 tally of 3,049 in the third quarter. Streveler has passed for 3,236 yards in essentially 10 games. He threw two second-half touchdowns to Dakarai Allen Saturday to give him 23 touchdown tosses on the season, one more than he had last season. On the other side were all-American pass catchers Dallas Goedert and Jake Wieneke for SDSU. Goedert caught 11 passes for 117 yards and was a force for much of the game. Both of Wieneke’s catches went for scores. The first was an 11-yard touchdown catch on a one-play drive setup by a Jordan Brown interception and return to the 6. The second came moments later when he caught a slant in traffic, was sandwiched by two defenders, bounced away and sprinted the rest of the way for 69 yards that made it 17-7 with 8:52 left in the second quarter. SCORE BY PERIODS 1 2 3 4 F South Dakota State (9-2, 6-2) 0 17 7 7 31 South Dakota (7-4, 4-4) 0 14 7 7 28 SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 2 12:07 SDSU: Vinatieri 45-yd FG 10 plays, 57 yards, 4:31 11:54 SDSU: Wieneke 11-yd pass from Christion 1 play, 6 yards, 0:05 10:38 USD: Fredrick 49-yd run 5 plays, 75 yards, 1:16 8:52 SDSU: Wieneke 69-yd pass from Christion 3 plays, 81 yards, 1:43 7:39 USD: Fredrick 17-yd run 4 plays, 75 yards, 1:13 3 3:54 USD: Allen 10-yd pass from Streveler 4 plays, 36 yards, 1:09 0:22 SDSU: Daniel 1-yd run 10 plays, 65 yards, 3:24 4 4:52 SDSU: Johnson 17-yd pass from Christion 8 plays, 75 yards, 3:55 2:15 USD: Allen 3-yd pass from Streveler 5 plays, 76 yards, 0:57

V-H 3-0 10-0 10-7 17-7 17-14 17-21 24-21 31-21 31-28

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Fredrick (15-123), Henry (17-109-0), Streveler (12-65-0); SDSU: Wallace (10-69-0), Mengarelli (9-36-0), Daniel (5-4-1)

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

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20 31 5 15 14 12 1 4 87 297 37 44 2.4 6.8 148 299 61 2 299 286 23-36-1 27-39-1 8.3 7.3 13.0 10.6 386 583 73 83 5.3 7.0 0-0 1-1 7-52 7-82 6-253 6-183 42.2 30.5 40.8 27.2 1 3 0 0 0 1 3 3 6-357 4-238 59.5 59.5 36.5 38.2 4 0 0-0-0 2-8-0 9.0 4.0 4-85-0 1-38-0 21.2 38.0 1-22-0 1-16-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 31:51 28:09 8:43 6:17 8:31 6:29 7:00 8:00 7:37 7:23 4 of 14 5 of 15 1 of 3 1 of 2 3-3 3-4 0-0 3-14 4-4 4-4 1-1 0-1 7 0

Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (27-39-2-1-286); SDSU: Christion (23-36-3-1-299) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Allen (7-83-2), Van Roekel (3-68-0), Henry (4-50-0); SDSU: Goedert (11-117-0), Wieneke (2-80-2), Johnson (3-39-1)

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2017 Game Summaries Game 12 No. 18 South Dakota 38, No. 22 Nicholls 31 Nov. 25 (Thibodaux, La. / Guidry Stadium / 9,612) THIBODAUX, La.—South Dakota linebacker Phillip Powell forced a fumble at the goal line in the final seconds and the Coyotes recovered in the end zone for the decisive blow in a 38-31 win against Nicholls in a first round FCS playoff game played at Guidry Stadium. The Coyotes, competing in the FCS playoffs for the first time, advance to the round of 16 where they will face another Southland opponent, sixthseeded Sam Houston State (10-1), in Huntsville, Texas. South Dakota quarterback Chris Streveler passed for 378 yards and four touchdowns, including a 10-yard strike to a wide open Brandt Van Roekel in the end zone with 5:57 left that proved to be the winning score. Van Roekel also wrestled away a 47-yard touchdown catch in the second half and finished with four catches and a game-high 82 yards. Streveler broke Illinois State quarterback Tre Roberson’s Missouri Valley Football Conference record for total offense in a single season. In addition to his passing numbers, he ran for 34 yards and stands with 4,283 yards of offense this season, 33 yards more than Roberson compiled in 15 games back in 2014. Van Roekel became the ninth Coyote in program history to reach 100 career catches. He also surpassed 1,500 yards. In addition to Van Roekel, Dakarai Allen scored on a 20-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter and Trystn Ducker had the offensive play of the game with his 75-yard catch and run late in the third quarter that put USD ahead 31-21. SCORE BY PERIODS 1 2 3 4 F South Dakota (8-4) 7 10 14 7 38 Nicholls (8-4) 0 7 14 10 31 SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 1 3:13 SD: Fredrick 1-yd run 3 plays, 35 yards, 0:57 2 9:19 SD: Allen 20-yd pass from Streveler 10 plays, 80 yards, 3:02 1:13 NICH: Dickerson 43-yd interception return 0:00 SD: Weese 39-yd FG 7 plays, 53 yards, 1:13 3 6:49 NICH: Smith 24-yd run 9 plays, 76 yards, 3:40 4:08 SD: Van Roekel 47-yd pass from Streveler 7 plays, 75 yards, 2:41 0:48 NICH: Irvin 2-yd run 8 plays, 75 yards, 3:28 0:28 SD: Ducker 75-yd pass from Streveler 1 play, 75 yards, 0:12 4 13:03 NICH: Smith 1-yd run 6 plays, 76 yards, 2:20 8:25 NICH: Fonseca 43-yd FG 5 plays, 30 yards, 2:30 5:57 SD: Van Roekel 10-yd pass from Streveler 6 plays, 65 yards, 2:28

V-H 7-0 14-0 14-7 17-7 17-14 24-14 24-21 31-21 31-28 31-31 38-31

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Streveler (11-34-0), Henry (6-20-0), Klett (4-15-0); NICH: Fourcade (15-89-0), Irvin (20-88-1), Smith (13-65-2)

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FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

22 28 4 13 14 12 4 3 74 244 28 49 2.6 5.0 98 256 24 12 378 232 25-37-1 21-35-3 10.2 6.6 15.1 11.0 452 476 65 84 7.0 5.7 0-0 2-1 12-102 6-80 6-215 3-165 35.8 55.0 35.0 55.0 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 6-363 6-384 60.5 64.0 41.7 47.3 0 0 0-0-0 1-5-0 0.0 5.0 0-0-0 4-63-0 0.0 15.8 3-22-0 1-43-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 23:32 36:28 4:44 10:16 7:52 7:08 4:25 10:35 6:31 8:29 3 of 11 6 of 15 0 of 0 2 of 3 3-3 2-4 3-10 2-17 5-5 4-4 1-1 1-1 14 7

Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (25-37-4-1-378); NICH: Fourcade (21-35-0-3-232) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Van Roekel (4-82-2), Ducker (2-76-1), Allen (6-55-1), Samson (2-42-0), Jackson (2-40-0); NICH: Dixon (5-80-0), Rogers (5-62-0), Jeanpiere (5-35-0), LeBouef (2-22-0)

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2017 Game Summaries Game 13 No. 5 Sam Houston State 54, South Dakota 42 Nov. 18 (Vermillion, S.D. / DakotaDome / 10,147) HUNTSVILLE, Texas—Sam Houston State took a 41-14 lead into halftime, survived a furious South Dakota rally, and advanced to the quarterfinals of the FCS playoffs with an explosive 54-42 win at Bowers Stadium. The two best quarterbacks in all of FCS put on a show for an ESPN3 audience and the nearly 5,000 fans in attendance. South Dakota’s Chris Streveler and Sam Houston State’s Jeremiah Briscoe combined for 1,025 yards passing and 10 touchdowns. Streveler passed for a USD and FCS playoff record 520 yards and accounted for six scores. Briscoe threw for 505 and four touchdowns. The two offenses, ranked one and two nationally, combined for 1,345 yards. South Dakota senior Brandt Van Roekel had 11 receptions for a program-record 234 yards. He had five catches for 152 yards in the second half and capped the Coyotes’ opening drive of the third quarter with a 42-yard touchdown catch. South Dakota scored on four of its first five drives of the second half to climb within two, 44-42, with 10:45 left in the fourth quarter. SCORE BY PERIODS 1 2 3 4 F South Dakota (8-5) 7 7 14 14 42 Sam Houston State (11-1) 14 27 0 13 54 SCORING SUMMARY Q Time Play 1 11:44 SHSU: Davis 44-yd pass from Briscoe 3 plays, 63 yards, 0:27 6:31 SD: Hale 5-yd pass from Streveler 7 plays, 70 yards, 2:43 2:45 SHSU: Davis 13-yd pass from Briscoe 10 plays, 87 yard, 3:36 2 13:24 SHSU: Davis 3-yd run 10 plays, 75 yards, 3:46 12:21 SD: Case 34-yd pass from Streveler 5 plays, 75 yards, 1:03 8:16 SHSU: Avery 1-yd run 8 plays, 70 yards, 3:09 3:39 SHSU: Stewart 44-yd pass from Briscoe 4 plays, 81 yards, 1:25 1:08 SHSU: Davis 12-yd pass from Briscoe 5 plays, 87 yards, 0:54 3 12:11 SD: Van Roekel 42-yd pass from Streveler 4 plays, 69 yards, 0:53 7:24 SD: Jackson 19-yd pass from Streveler 8 plays, 77 yards, 2:15 4 14:54 SD: Streveler 2-yd run 5 plays, 49 yards, 1:29 11:33 SHSU: Honshtein 28-yd FG 7 plays, 60 yards, 3:16 10:45 SD: Brooks 58-yd pass from Streveler 3 plays, 75 yards, 0:48 8:03 SHSU: Avery 1-yd run 9 plays, 75 yards, 2:42 2:53 SHSU: Honshtein 40-yd FG 8 plays, 58 yards, 4:03

V-H 0-7 7-7 7-14 7-21 14-21 14-27 14-34 14-41 21-41 28-41 35-41 35-44 42-44 42-51 42-54

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): SD: Streveler (15-51-1), Samson (3-28-0), Henry (7-15-0); SHSU: Avery (16-100-2), Bulmer (13-82-0), Brown (3-26-0)

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offensive plays Average gain per play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Kickoff returns: Number-Yards-TD Average per return Interceptions: Number-Yards-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yards-TD Miscellaneous Yards POSSESSION TIME 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Points off turnovers

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32 33 8 10 18 23 6 0 118 203 35 42 3.3 4.8 137 222 20 19 520 505 33-54-2 28-43-1 9.6 11.7 15.8 18.0 637 708 89 85 7.2 8.3 0-0 1-0 4-30 8-95 4-127 5-167 31.8 33.4 31.8 33.4 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 7-436 10-635 62.3 63.5 40.0 40.1 2 7 0-0-0 0-0-0 0.0 0.0 3-59-0 5-106-0 19.7 21.2 1-0-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 26:37 33:23 7:31 7:29 7:45 7:15 8:08 6:52 3:13 11:47 6 of 14 5 of 13 1 of 4 1 of 1 3-5 6-6 2-15 2-10 6-6 6-7 0-0 2-2 0 10

Passing: (C-A-TD-I-Yds): SD: Streveler (33-54-5-2-520); SHSU: Briscoe (28-43-4-1-505) Receiving: (Rec.-Yds.-TD): SD: Van Roekel (11-234-1), Jackson (5-76-1), Brooks (3-75-1), Case (4-62-1); SHSU: Stewart (7-180-1), Davis (8-131-3), Compton (4-74-0), Louis (4-61-0)

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The Missouri Valley Football Conference (1985-present) Founded in 1985, the Missouri Valley Football Conference has shaped itself into the nation’s premier NCAA FCS conference. In 2017, the league demonstrated its superiority as five MVFC teams earned selection to the NCAA Division I Championship, and league member North Dakota State won its sixth national championship in seven years. Last year, the league fashioned a 27-13 non-conference record. The season featured two MVFC wins against FBS schools, including Western Illinois’ win at Coastal Carolina and South Dakota’s win at Bowling Green. Nine league teams will face an FBS opponent in 2018, and the league has had success against that subdivision, claiming at least one win each season at an FBS site since 2010 and 44 total wins in MVFC history. Notably, since 2011, a league school has reached the title game eight times (North Dakota State-6, Illinois State-1, Youngstown State-1). While NDSU’s title run (5-straight FCS Championships) ended in 2016, Youngstown State represented the league in the title game in 2016, falling to James Madison. Both NDSU and SDSU earned semifinal berths in 2017, marking the fourth time the league has had two semifinal teams in the same season (1999, 2014, 2016, 2017). The 2017 season produced three NFL draft picks (TE Dallas Goedert of South Dakota State, CB Davontae Harris of Illinois State and WR Daurice Fountain of UNI) and runner-up finishes in the Walter Payton Player of the Year voting (QB Chris Streveler of South Dakota) and Buck Buchanan Defensive Player of the Year balloting (LB Brett Taylor of Western Illinois). WR Jake Wieneke of South Dakota State earned the STATS FCS Doris Robinson Scholar-Athlete Award, while NDSU WR Daniel Polansky earned the NCAA Elite 90 Award. The MVFC had an FCS-best 17 selections to the STATS FCS All-America teams. The 2018 season will mark the fourth in an agreement with ESPN to distribute all 40 league games on ESPN3 (or ESPN+), while the league has added other initiatives in the past few years to promote its institutions, student-athletes and coaches, including a weekly podcast series (“First and Goal”), and video segments that review (“Two-Minute Drill”) and preview (“The Extra Point”) each week’s contests throughout the season.  There’s not much that has eluded the MVFC in its first 33 seasons of competition. The league’s first three decades have

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included national championships, national players of the year, national coaches of the year, No. 1 national rankings, and countless All-Americans. League member North Dakota State earned five-straight national championships from 2011-15, and the league also has NCAA titles in 1997, 2002 and 2017.  Strong coaching and great players have helped make the league a national force, but the stability and leadership of Commissioner Patty Viverito -- the only commissioner the league has ever known -- has helped make the MVFC a standard bearer on the FCS scene. Indeed, all signs point to continued national prominence for the MVFC as it enters its 34th season in 2018.

 In June 2008, presidents of the ninemember Gateway Football Conference and the 10-member Missouri Valley Conference approved a rebranding initiative that changed the football conference name from the Gateway Football Conference to the MVFC. It represented the second name change for the football league. Initially, the conference competed as the Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference (1985-91) and the Gateway Football Conference (19922007).  Although the league shares the Missouri Valley name, the football-playing members compete under a separate administrative umbrella, as the Missouri Valley Conference and the MVFC remain separate entities.  The MVFC has eight recent national championships (North Dakota State – 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2017; Western Kentucky - 2002; Youngstown State - 1997), and league members Youngstown State (3) and Southern Illinois (1) own additional titles prior to their league membership, meaning 12 FCS championship trophies are housed on league campuses, in addition to

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five (Youngstown State on three separate occasions, UNI in 2005 and Illinois State in 2014) runner-up finishes. Only five FCS leagues possess more than a single FCS championship trophy, and the MVFC is among that elite.  The league has established itself as a leader among FCS conferences. Counting last year, an MVFC member has reached the FCS semifinals 21 times in the past 22 seasons (and 24 times overall). The MVFC has had two semifinal teams in three of the past four seasons. The league has eight national championships in the last 22 years.  Team accomplishments have helped solidify the MVFC among the FCS elite, but individuals at the league’s member institutions are the real source of pride within the conference. Thanks to great players and strong coaching, the MVFC has reached and will maintain its place among the FCS best. Since 2004, league teams have combined for a 66-36 record in playoff games, with six titles – both tops in the FCS. And this decade (since 2010), the MVFC has compiled an FCS best 52-23 record in the playoffs. Since 2010, CAA Football ranks second in total playoff wins (37), while only the MVFC (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017), CAA Football (2016) and Big Sky Conference (2010) have an FCS title this decade.  In 1997, Youngstown State grabbed the crowned jewel for the conference, as the league had one of its most successful seasons. In addition to claiming the league’s first national championship, the Penguins finished the year ranked No. 1, marking the first time a league member has held that spot in a season-ending poll. That year, Western Illinois was at No. 6, marking the first time the league ended the year with two teams ranked among the top six.  In 1999, the MVFC trumped that, as YSU finished the year No. 2, and Illinois State was No. 3. UNI also finished in the top 20 in both nationally recognized polls.  In 2002, Western Kentucky added to the league’s national championship trophy case with an FCS crown, while both WKU (No. 1) and Western Illinois (No. 5) finished among the nation’s top five in the season-ending polls. WKU became the first school to earn victories against the tourney’s top three seeds en route to its national championship.  In 2003, four Valley Football teams represented the league in the 16-team NCAA playoffs, marking the first time any league has sent that many to the playoffs in the same year.

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THIS IS THE MVFC  In 2005, UNI became the fourth league school to reach the FCS championship game since 1997, while Southern Illinois and Western Kentucky combined to hold the nation’s No. 1 ranking in the top-25 polls for five weeks.  In 2006, Youngstown State won its second-straight league championship and the Penguins were joined in the playoff field by Illinois State and Southern Illinois. That marked only the second time in league history the league had more than two teams qualify for the 16-team playoff field. SIU’s Arkee Whitlock was a national player of the year award winner (College Sporting News) and was third in the Walter Payton Award balloting.  In 2008, six teams were nationally ranked in the same poll, marking the first time in league history that had happened. Those six teams were ranked for four-straight weeks. North Dakota State held the nation’s No. 1 spot for its first two weeks as a conference member, while rookie coach Dale Lennon of Southern Illinois became just the third to win Coach of the Year honors in his first league season.  In 2011, North Dakota State won the national crown and finished the season atop the Top-25 rankings. UNI was No. 5 in the final FCS Coaches poll, and Illinois State was ranked No. 20 in The Sports Network poll. Six different league schools cracked into the Top 25 during the season.  In 2012 and 2013, North Dakota State repeated as national champions, becoming just the second team in FCS history to three-peat as national champions (only Appalachian State has previously accomplished this feat at the FCS level). The Bison went an unprecedented 15-0 and established an all-time FCS record with 33-straight victories before losing. The 2014 playoffs ended again with a North Dakota State national championship, but Illinois State reached the title game, too, marking the first NCAA FCS championship game for the Redbirds. It was the first intra-conference matchup in the FCS title game since the NCAA began conducting one in 1978. The Bison narrowly edged the Redbirds, 29-27, in what was the only meeting between the co-champs in 2014 (they did not play one another in the regular season). During the 2014 season, the league demonstrated its superiority as eight different MVFC teams achieved a top-25 ranking. The league posted two wins against FBS programs and had a 30-2 nonconference record against FCS peers. And for the first time, the NCAA awarded the league with five playoff teams.  In 2015, five league teams again represented the conference in the FCS

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playoffs, and North Dakota State took home a fifth-straight title. The league wasn’t short of individual national accomplishments as a total of 17 different players earned AllAmerica honors. NDSU QB Carson Wentz earned the NCAA’s Elite 90 Award for the third-straight year. Wentz, one of three players from the MVFC taken in the 2016 NFL Draft, became the highest-ever draft pick for the league, taken second overall by the Philadelphia Eagles.  The original Gateway Conference was founded as a women’s athletic organization in August 1982, following the dissolution of the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. In September of that year, Patty Viverito was named the first commissioner of the newly founded conference, a position she maintains today. Before moving to its permanent headquarters in St. Louis, the conference spent three organizational months on the campus of Eastern Illinois University.  In July of 1992, the 10-team conference disbanded as its women’s programs realigned with their men’s teams in their respective conferences. The league assumed its new name on July 1, 1992, becoming the Gateway Football Conference, an NCAA FCS football league comprised of seven Midwest institutions.  The Gateway Conference football division was born on August 21, 1985, when the Gateway Conference President’s Council voted to add a FCS football division for six of its members to the previously all-women’s athletics organization. Founding members of the football division were Eastern Illinois, Illinois State, UNI, Southern Illinois, Southwest Missouri State (now Missouri State), and Western Illinois. The creation of the football division marked the first time in college annals that football was added to a women’s conference. In June of 1986, Indiana State became the seventh member of the conference.  In the 33 years of the football division, league membership has been stable -- with only six fluctuations since 1986. Eastern Illinois left the league to join the Ohio Valley Conference in 1996, while Youngstown State joined the conference in 1997 to return league membership to its original seven-member status. League membership reached what was then an all-time high of eight members for the start of the 2001 season with the addition of Western Kentucky. The Hilltoppers left the league after six years to join the Sun Belt (FBS). North Dakota State and South Dakota State joined for the start of the 2008 season, giving the league nine members for the first time. And the league expanded to 10 members in 2012 after the University of

South Dakota was admitted. The University of North Dakota has accepted an invitation to join the MVFC for the start of the 2020 campaign.  The MVFC is one of two automatic FCS qualifying conferences (Pioneer Football League the other) that sponsors football as its only sport, as the league completed its service to women’s athletics following the 1991-92 season. Although the league no longer sponsors women’s sports, the league has an historical place in the development of intercollegiate women’s athletics.

All-Time MVFC Champions 1985 UNI 1986 Eastern Illinois 1987 UNI 1988 Western Illinois 1989 Missouri State 1990 UNI*/Missouri State 1991 UNI 1992 UNI 1993 UNI 1994 UNI 1995 UNI*/Eastern Illinois 1996 UNI 1997 Western Illinois 1998 Western Illinois 1999 Illinois State 2000 Western Illinois 2001 UNI 2002 Western Illinois*/Western Kent. 2003 UNI*/Southern Illinois 2004 Southern Illinois 2005 UNI*/Southern Illinois/Youngstown 2006 Youngstown State 2007 UNI 2008 Southern Illinois*/UNI 2009 Southern Illinois 2010 UNI 2011 North Dakota State*/UNI 2012 North Dakota State 2013 North Dakota State 2014 North Dakota State*/Illinois State 2015 North Dakota State*/Illinois State 2016 North Dakota State/SDSU* 2017 North Dakota State 2018 North Dakota State * Received automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament TOTAL TITLES 16 - UNI 8 - North Dakota State 5 - Southern Illinois 5 - Western Illinois 3 - Illinois State 2 - Missouri State 2 - Youngstown State 2 - Eastern Illinois 1 - Western Kentucky 1 - South Dakota State

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2018 Schedules

Illinois State 9.1 9.8 9.22 9.29 10.6 10.13 10.20 10.27 11.3 11.10 11.17

St. Xavier Eastern Illinois at Colorado St at Missouri St Western Illinois Southern Illinois at North Dakota St South Dakota St at UNI at Indiana St Youngstown St

Bloomington, Ill. En: 20,784 HC: Brock Spack

South Dakota State 9.1 9.8 9.15 9.29 10.6 10.13 10.20 10.27 11.3 11.10 11.17

at Iowa St Montana St Arkansas-Pine Bluff at North Dakota St Indiana St Youngstown St at UNI at Illinois St Missouri St at Southern Illinois South Dakota

Brookings, S.D. En: 12,527 HC: John Stiegelmeier

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Indiana State

Missouri State

North Dakota State

South Dakota

8.30 Quincy 9.8 at Louisville 9.15 at Eastern Illinois 9.27 UNI 10.6 at South Dakota St 10.13 Missouri St 10.20 at Southern Illinois 10.27 at Youngstown St 11.3 South Dakota 11.10 Illinois St 11.17 at Western Illinois

8.30 at Oklahoma St 9.6 Lincoln 9.15 Northern Arizona 9.29 Illinois St 10.6 at South Dakota 10.13 at Indiana St 10.20 Western Illinois 10.27 Southern Illinois 11.3 at South Dakota St 11.10 North Dakota St 11.17 at UNI

9.1 Cal Poly 9.15 North Alabama 9.22 Delaware 9.29 South Dakota St 10.6 at UNI 10.13 at Western Illinois 10.20 Illinois St 10.27 at South Dakota 11.3 Youngstown St 11.10 at Missouri St 11.17 Southern Illinois

9.1 at Kansas St 9.8 Northern Colorado 9.15 at Weber St 9.29 at Southern Illinois 10.6 Missouri St 10.13 UNI 10.20 at Youngstown St 10.27 North Dakota St 11.3 at Indiana St 11.10 Western Illinois 11.17 at South Dakota St

Terre Haute, Ind. En: 13,771 HC: Curt Mallory

Springfield, Mo. En: 26,216 HC: Dave Steckel

Fargo, N.D. En: 14,358 HC: Chris Klieman

Vermillion, S.D. En: 10,261 HC: Bob Nielson

Southern Illinois 8.30 9.8 9.15 9.29 10.6 10.13 10.20 10.27 11.3 11.10 11.17

at Murray St at Ole Miss Southeast Missouri South Dakota at Youngstown St at Illinois St Indiana St at Missouri St Western Illinois South Dakota St at North Dakota St

Carbondale, Ill. En: 14,554 HC: Nick Hill

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Western Illinois

Youngstown State

9.1 at Montana 9.15 at Iowa 9.22 Hampton 9.27 at Indiana St 10.6 North Dakota St 10.13 at South Dakota 10.20 South Dakota St 10.27 at Western Illinois 11.3 Illinois St 11.10 at Youngstown St 11.17 Missouri St

8.30 at Montana St 9.8 at Illinois 9.15 Montana 9.29 Youngstown St 10.6 at Illinois St 10.13 North Dakota St 10.20 at Missouri St 10.27 UNI 11.3 at Southern Illinois 11.10 at South Dakota 11.17 Indiana St

9.1 Butler 9.8 at West Virginia 9.15 Valparaiso 9.29 at Western Illinois 10.6 Southern Illinois 10.13 at South Dakota St 10.20 South Dakota 10.27 Indiana St 11.3 at North Dakota St 11.10 UNI 11.17 at Illinois St

Cedar Falls, Iowa En: 11,907 HC: Mark Farley

Macomb, Ill. En: 9,441 HC: Jared Elliott

Youngstown, Ohio En: 12,644 HC: Bo Pelini

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Week-By-Week Schedule Thursday, Aug. 30 Southern Illinois at Murray State, 6 p.m. Missouri State at Oklahoma State, 7 p.m. Quincy at Indiana State, 7 p.m. Western Illinois at Montana State, TBA Saturday, Sept. 1 Butler at Youngstown State, 1 p.m. Cal Poly at North Dakota State, 2:30 p.m. South Dakota at Kansas State, 6 p.m. Saint Xavier at Illinois State, 6:30 p.m. South Dakota State at Iowa State, 7 p.m. UNI at Montana, TBA Thursday, Sept. 6 Lincoln at Missouri State, 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8 Northern Colorado at South Dakota, 2 p.m. Southern Illinois at Ole Miss, 3 p.m. Youngstown State at West Virginia, 5 p.m. Montana State at South Dakota State, 6 p.m. Eastern Illinois at Illinois State, 6:30 p.m. Western Illinois at Illinois, 6:30 p.m. Indiana State at Louisville, 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15 Valparaiso at Youngstown State, 1 p.m. Northern Arizona at Missouri State, 2 p.m. North Alabama at North Dakota State, 2:30 p.m. Montana at Western Illinois, 3 p.m. Arkansas-Pine Bluff at South Dakota State, 6 p.m. Southeast Missouri at Southern Illinois, 6 p.m. UNI at Iowa, 6:30 p.m. Indiana State at Eastern Illinois, 7 p.m. South Dakota at Weber State, 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22 Delaware at North Dakota State, 1 p.m. Hampton at UNI, 4 p.m. Illinois State at Colorado State, TBA Thursday, Sept. 27 *Northern Iowa at Indiana State, 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29 *Illinois State at Missouri State, 2 p.m. *South Dakota State at North Dakota State, 2:30 p.m. *Youngstown State at Western Illinois, 3 p.m. *South Dakota at Southern Illinois, 6 p.m.

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Saturday, Oct. 6 *North Dakota State at UNI, 1 p.m. *Western Illinois at Illinois State, 2 p.m. *Missouri State at South Dakota, 2 p.m. *Southern Illinois at Youngstown State, 5 p.m. *Indiana State at South Dakota State, 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13 *Missouri State at Indiana State, 1 p.m. *Southern Illinois at Illinois State, 2 p.m. *Youngstown State at South Dakota State, 2 p.m. *North Dakota State at Western Illinois, 6 p.m. *UNI at South Dakota, 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 *Western Illinois at Missouri State, 2 p.m. *Indiana State at Southern Illinois, 2 p.m. *Illinois State at North Dakota State, 2:30 p.m. *South Dakota State at UNI, 4 p.m. *South Dakota at Youngstown State, 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 *South Dakota State at Illinois State, Noon *UNI at Western Illinois, 1 p.m. *Indiana State at Youngstown State, 2 p.m. *North Dakota State at South Dakota, 2 p.m. *Southern Illinois at Missouri State, 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3 *South Dakota at Indiana State, Noon *Illinois State at UNI, 1 p.m. *Western Illinois at Southern Illinois, 1 p.m. *Missouri State at South Dakota State, 2 p.m. *Youngstown State at North Dakota State, 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10 *UNI at Youngstown State, 11 a.m. *Illinois State at Indiana State, Noon *South Dakota State at Southern Illinois, 1 p.m. *Western Illinois at South Dakota, 1 p.m. *North Dakota State at Missouri State, 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17 *Youngstown State at Illinois State, Noon *Indiana State at Western Illinois, 1 p.m. *South Dakota at South Dakota State, 2 p.m. *Southern Illinois at North Dakota State, 2:30 p.m. *Missouri State at UNI, 4 p.m. *denotes conference game All times Central Playoffs begin with opening-round games Nov. 24

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2017 Final MVFC Team Statistics

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SCORING OFFENSE North Dakota State South Dakota South Dakota State Western Illinois Youngstown State Northern Iowa Southern Illinois Illinois State Missouri State Indiana State

G TD FG XP 2XP DXP Saf Pts Avg 15 79 10 75 0 0 1 581 38.7 13 68 7 67 0 0 0 496 38.2 14 70 13 58 2 0 0 521 37.2 12 54 12 46 1 0 1 410 34.2 11 43 8 43 0 0 1 327 29.7 13 46 20 40 3 0 0 382 29.4 11 41 5 40 0 0 0 301 27.4 11 35 14 35 0 0 0 287 26.1 11 33 12 28 1 0 1 266 24.2 11 19 9 15 1 0 0 158 14.4

PASS EFFICIENCY North Dakota State South Dakota Western Illinois Youngstown State South Dakota State Northern Iowa Southern Illinois Illinois State Missouri State Indiana State

G Cmp 15 179 13 333 12 225 11 146 14 262 13 255 11 203 11 176 11 172 11 148

Att 295 510 352 236 455 408 380 319 304 292

Int 8 8 7 4 15 12 17 11 11 16

Pct 60.7 65.3 63.9 61.9 57.6 62.5 53.4 55.2 56.6 50.7

Yds 2650 4331 2896 2075 3668 3063 2596 2243 2108 1984

TD 29 36 27 13 35 28 26 12 10 10

Effic 163.2 156.8 154.4 150.5 144.1 142.3 124.4 119.8 118.4 108.1

3RD-DOWN PCT. Youngstown State South Dakota South Dakota State North Dakota State Western Illinois Northern Iowa Southern Illinois Missouri State Illinois State Indiana State

G 11 13 14 15 12 13 11 11 11 11

Conv 70 97 82 87 68 80 65 45 48 31

Att 140 202 172 187 161 198 166 140 155 146

Pct 50.0 48.0 47.7 46.5 42.2 40.4 39.2 32.1 31.0 21.2

SCORING DEFENSE North Dakota State Youngstown State Illinois State Western Illinois Northern Iowa South Dakota State South Dakota Southern Illinois Missouri State Indiana State

G TD FG XP 2XP DXP Saf Pts Avg 15 19 14 16 0 0 1 174 11.6 11 26 10 24 0 0 0 210 19.1 11 28 7 24 0 0 0 213 19.4 12 36 5 33 1 0 0 266 22.2 13 39 13 30 1 0 1 307 23.6 14 44 9 40 1 0 1 335 23.9 13 43 15 39 1 0 0 344 26.5 11 39 10 38 0 0 0 302 27.5 11 55 13 46 3 0 0 421 38.3 11 67 9 65 0 0 0 494 44.9

PASS DEF. EFFICIENCY G Cmp North Dakota State 15 207 Youngstown State 11 121 Illinois State 11 178 Southern Illinois 11 198 Northern Iowa 13 227 South Dakota State 14 257 South Dakota 13 233 Western Illinois 12 196 Missouri State 11 220 Indiana State 11 239

Att 400 259 342 368 413 421 418 347 338 345

Int 22 5 9 11 21 16 15 18 5 7

Pct 51.8 46.7 52.0 53.8 55.0 61.0 55.7 56.5 65.1 69.3

Yds 2219 1581 2204 2399 3057 2931 3436 2642 2815 3248

TD 7 8 15 20 23 20 19 24 24 36

Effic 93.1 104.3 115.4 120.5 125.3 127.6 132.6 132.9 155.5 178.7

OPP 3RD-DOWN PCT North Dakota State Illinois State Western Illinois South Dakota Northern Iowa Youngstown State South Dakota State Southern Illinois Missouri State Indiana State

G 15 11 12 13 13 11 14 11 11 11

Conv 52 50 54 66 66 55 72 66 69 75

Att 204 160 163 188 187 144 186 167 154 156

Pct 25.5 31.2 33.1 35.1 35.3 38.2 38.7 39.5 44.8 48.1

TOTAL OFFENSE South Dakota North Dakota State South Dakota State Youngstown State Southern Illinois Western Illinois Illinois State Missouri State Northern Iowa Indiana State

G Rush Pass Plays Yds Avg/P TD Yds/G 13 2481 4331 1062 6812 6.4 65 524.0 15 4083 2650 984 6733 6.8 77 448.9 14 2473 3668 946 6141 6.5 68 438.6 11 2447 2075 725 4522 6.2 41 411.1 11 1803 2596 801 4399 5.5 41 399.9 12 1879 2896 770 4775 6.2 49 397.9 11 2008 2243 752 4251 5.7 31 386.5 11 1863 2108 704 3971 5.6 31 361.0 13 1548 3063 903 4611 5.1 42 354.7 11 1185 1984 662 3169 4.8 17 288.1

KICKOFF RETURNS Illinois State South Dakota State Missouri State North Dakota State Southern Illinois Western Illinois Youngstown State Northern Iowa Indiana State South Dakota

G 11 14 11 15 11 12 11 13 11 13

Ret 26 39 37 28 39 40 29 44 47 32

Yds 660 980 823 621 849 861 579 807 862 585

TD 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 25.4 25.1 22.2 22.2 21.8 21.5 20.0 18.3 18.3 18.3

4TH-DOWN PCT. North Dakota State South Dakota State Youngstown State Northern Iowa Western Illinois Illinois State Southern Illinois South Dakota Missouri State Indiana State

G 15 14 11 13 12 11 11 13 11 11

Conv 10 12 8 7 7 10 12 14 6 6

Att 15 18 12 11 12 18 24 30 15 19

Pct 66.7 66.7 66.7 63.6 58.3 55.6 50.0 46.7 40.0 31.6

TOTAL DEFENSE North Dakota State Illinois State Youngstown State Western Illinois Northern Iowa Southern Illinois South Dakota State South Dakota Missouri State Indiana State

G Rush Pass Plays Yds Avg/P TD Yds/G 15 1342 2219 866 3561 4.1 18 237.4 11 1170 2204 709 3374 4.8 26 306.7 11 1905 1581 687 3486 5.1 25 316.9 12 1429 2642 785 4071 5.2 35 339.2 13 1635 3057 880 4692 5.3 35 360.9 11 1765 2399 808 4164 5.2 34 378.5 14 2391 2931 936 5322 5.7 41 380.1 13 1960 3436 915 5396 5.9 41 415.1 11 2386 2815 754 5201 6.9 53 472.8 11 2072 3248 810 5320 6.6 63 483.6

PUNT RETURNS Western Illinois Missouri State Southern Illinois South Dakota South Dakota State Northern Iowa North Dakota State Indiana State Illinois State Youngstown State

G 12 11 11 13 14 13 15 11 11 11

Ret 14 22 24 24 21 13 23 20 22 20

Yds 237 285 217 191 153 81 136 117 116 98

TD 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 16.9 13.0 9.0 8.0 7.3 6.2 5.9 5.8 5.3 4.9

OPP 4TH-DOWN PCT. North Dakota State South Dakota Western Illinois Southern Illinois Illinois State South Dakota State Indiana State Northern Iowa Missouri State Youngstown State

G 15 13 12 11 11 14 11 13 11 11

Conv 9 8 11 7 6 11 10 13 11 13

Att 25 21 28 15 12 19 17 22 17 17

Pct 36.0 38.1 39.3 46.7 50.0 57.9 58.8 59.1 64.7 76.5

RUSHING OFFENSE North Dakota State Youngstown State South Dakota Illinois State South Dakota State Missouri State Southern Illinois Western Illinois Northern Iowa Indiana State

G 15 11 13 11 14 11 11 12 13 11

Att 689 489 552 433 491 400 421 418 495 370

Yds 4083 2447 2481 2008 2473 1863 1803 1879 1548 1185

Avg 5.9 5.0 4.5 4.6 5.0 4.7 4.3 4.5 3.1 3.2

TD 48 28 29 19 33 21 15 22 14 7

Yds/G 272.2 222.5 190.8 182.5 176.6 169.4 163.9 156.6 119.1 107.7

G 13 11 14 11 11 13 11 15 11 12

G Sacks Yds 15 41 276 13 40 227 11 33 226 12 32 209 13 27 184 14 24 158 11 23 165 11 20 133 11 19 122 11 14 101

G 15 11 12 13 13 11 14 11 11 11

Att 466 367 438 467 497 440 515 428 465 416

Yds 1342 1170 1429 1635 1960 1765 2391 1905 2072 2386

Avg 2.9 3.2 3.3 3.5 3.9 4.0 4.6 4.5 4.5 5.7

TD 11 11 11 12 22 14 21 17 27 29

Yds/G 89.5 106.4 119.1 125.8 150.8 160.5 170.8 173.2 188.4 216.9

No. Yds Avg/P PR Avg TB Net/P 68 2848 41.9 193 2.8 1 38.8 58 2458 42.4 79 1.4 8 38.3 48 1925 40.1 94 2.0 1 37.7 57 2338 41.0 101 1.8 5 37.5 72 3050 42.4 307 4.3 5 36.7 63 2470 39.2 142 2.3 5 35.4 43 1727 40.2 167 3.9 2 35.3 57 2198 38.6 195 3.4 1 34.8 61 2406 39.4 174 2.9 6 34.6 63 2376 37.7 232 3.7 7 31.8 Gained Lost G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar Per/G 15 14 22 36 9 8 17 +19 1.27 12 8 18 26 6 7 13 +13 1.08 13 7 15 22 5 8 13 +9 0.69 13 9 21 30 10 12 22 +8 0.62 11 8 5 13 5 4 9 +4 0.36 14 8 16 24 11 15 26 -2 -0.14 11 13 11 24 9 17 26 -2 -0.18 11 7 9 16 10 11 21 -5 -0.45 11 7 5 12 8 11 19 -7 -0.64 11 9 7 16 13 16 29 -13 -1.18

SACKS North Dakota State South Dakota Illinois State Western Illinois Northern Iowa South Dakota State Southern Illinois Youngstown State Indiana State Missouri State

RUSHING DEFENSE North Dakota State Illinois State Western Illinois Northern Iowa South Dakota Southern Illinois South Dakota State Youngstown State Indiana State Missouri State

PUNTING Northern Iowa Southern Illinois South Dakota State Missouri State Indiana State South Dakota Youngstown State North Dakota State Illinois State Western Illinois TURNOVER MARGIN North Dakota State Western Illinois South Dakota Northern Iowa Youngstown State South Dakota State Southern Illinois Illinois State Missouri State Indiana State

SACKS AGAINST Southern Illinois Western Illinois North Dakota State South Dakota State Indiana State Illinois State Missouri State South Dakota Northern Iowa Youngstown State

G 11 12 15 14 11 11 11 13 13 11

PASSING OFFENSE South Dakota South Dakota State Western Illinois Southern Illinois Northern Iowa Illinois State Missouri State Youngstown State Indiana State North Dakota State

G Cmp Att Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G 13 333 510 8 65.3 4331 8.5 36 333.2 14 262 455 15 57.6 3668 8.1 35 262.0 12 225 352 7 63.9 2896 8.2 27 241.3 11 203 380 17 53.4 2596 6.8 26 236.0 13 255 408 12 62.5 3063 7.5 28 235.6 11 176 319 11 55.2 2243 7.0 12 203.9 11 172 304 11 56.6 2108 6.9 10 191.6 11 146 236 4 61.9 2075 8.8 13 188.6 11 148 292 16 50.7 1984 6.8 10 180.4 15 179 295 8 60.7 2650 9.0 29 176.7

FIRST DOWNS South Dakota South Dakota State North Dakota State Northern Iowa Western Illinois Youngstown State Southern Illinois Illinois State Missouri State Indiana State

G 13 14 15 13 12 11 11 11 11 11

Rush 132 123 179 90 91 132 88 108 95 57

Pass 187 171 120 149 132 93 106 91 86 72

Pen Total Per/G 37 356 27.4 25 319 22.8 19 318 21.2 21 260 20.0 18 241 20.1 10 235 21.4 24 218 19.8 14 213 19.4 19 200 18.2 17 146 13.3

PENALTIES Missouri State Illinois State South Dakota State North Dakota State Youngstown State Indiana State Northern Iowa Southern Illinois Western Illinois South Dakota

G 11 11 14 15 11 11 13 11 12 13

PASSING DEFENSE Youngstown State North Dakota State Illinois State South Dakota State Southern Illinois Western Illinois Northern Iowa Missouri State South Dakota Indiana State

G Cmp Att Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G 11 121 259 5 46.7 1581 6.1 8 143.7 15 207 400 22 51.8 2219 5.5 7 147.9 11 178 342 9 52.0 2204 6.4 15 200.4 14 257 421 16 61.0 2931 7.0 20 209.4 11 198 368 11 53.8 2399 6.5 20 218.1 12 196 347 18 56.5 2642 7.6 24 220.2 13 227 413 21 55.0 3057 7.4 23 235.2 11 220 338 5 65.1 2815 8.3 24 255.9 13 233 418 15 55.7 3436 8.2 19 264.3 11 239 345 7 69.3 3248 9.4 36 295.3

OPP FIRST DOWNS Illinois State North Dakota State Youngstown State Western Illinois Northern Iowa Southern Illinois Missouri State South Dakota Indiana State South Dakota State

G 11 15 11 12 13 11 11 13 11 14

Rush 67 77 103 81 86 95 117 94 106 121

Pass 97 90 74 110 128 111 115 146 141 143

Pen Total Per/G 12 176 16.0 23 190 12.7 15 192 17.5 17 208 17.3 17 231 17.8 26 232 21.1 12 244 22.2 21 261 20.1 17 264 24.0 21 285 20.4

FIELD GOALS South Dakota State Western Illinois Northern Iowa Illinois State Indiana State South Dakota Missouri State North Dakota State Youngstown State Southern Illinois

G 14 12 13 11 11 13 11 15 11 11

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Sacks 10 22 22 23 24 24 25 27 32 36 No 50 57 72 73 57 56 80 73 90 94 Made 13 12 20 14 9 7 12 10 8 5

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Yds 54 128 152 145 173 133 165 149 252 192 Yds Avg/G 427 38.8 447 40.6 600 42.9 676 45.1 509 46.3 527 47.9 711 54.7 692 62.9 787 65.6 871 67.0 Att 14 13 25 18 14 11 19 16 13 10

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THIS IS THE MVFC 2017 Final MVFC Individual Statistics RUSHING G Tevin McCaster, YSU 11 LeMonte Booker, INST 11 James Robinson, ILST 11 Bruce Anderson, NDSU 15 Marcus Weymiller, UNI 10 Ty Brooks, NDSU 10 Brady Mengarelli, SDSU 14 Max Norris, WIU 11 Peyton Huslig, MSU 11 Chris Streveler, USD 13

Att 221 200 165 234 200 76 146 117 136 168

Yds 1066 945 933 1216 809 700 849 656 621 720

Avg TD 4.8 13 4.7 5 5.7 12 5.2 12 4.0 8 9.2 7 5.8 6 5.6 5 4.6 4 4.3 11

Lg Yds/G 60 96.9 77 85.9 87 84.8 62 81.1 28 80.9 55 70.0 57 60.6 45 59.6 63 56.5 46 55.4

SCORING (TDs) Jake Wieneke, SDSU Tevin McCaster, YSU Jaelon Acklin, WIU James Robinson, ILST Bruce Anderson, NDSU Steve McShane, WIU Daurice Fountain, UNI Chris Streveler, USD Marcus Weymiller, UNI Jason Randall, MSU

G 14 11 12 11 15 11 13 13 10 10

TD Rush Pass 17 1 16 13 13 0 14 4 10 12 12 0 15 12 3 11 7 3 12 0 12 11 11 0 8 8 0 8 5 3

PASSING Chris Streveler, USD Taryn Christion, SDSU Sean McGuire, WIU Sam Straub, SIU Eli Dunne, UNI Jake Kolbe, ILST Peyton Huslig, MSU Easton Stick, NDSU Cade Sparks, INST Nathan Mays, YSU

G 13 14 12 8 12 10 11 15 10 8

Att Cmp Int 316 481 8 249 428 14 219 342 7 149 264 9 224 358 11 163 293 11 159 277 11 164 264 8 85 173 10 75 113 1

Pct 65.7 58.2 64.0 56.4 62.6 55.6 57.4 62.1 49.1 66.4

Yds 4134 3515 2852 1886 2704 2138 1981 2466 1227 905

TD Avg/G 32 318.0 35 251.1 25 237.7 20 235.8 26 225.3 12 213.8 9 180.1 28 164.4 6 122.7 4 113.1

INTERCEPTIONS G Elijah Campbell, UNI 12 Justin Fitzpatrick, WIU 12 Tre Dempsey, NDSU 15 Anthony Tucker, INST 9 Xavier Williams, UNI 13 Larenzo Williams, SDSU 14 Ryan Neal, SIU 11 Jared Beshore, MSU 11 Tyrin Holloway, WIU 11 Jeremy Chinn, SIU 11

PASSING EFFICIENCY Easton Stick, NDSU Chris Streveler, USD Sean McGuire, WIU Taryn Christion, SDSU Eli Dunne, UNI Nathan Mays, YSU Sam Straub, SIU Jake Kolbe, ILST Peyton Huslig, MSU Cade Sparks, INST

G 15 13 12 14 12 8 8 10 11 10

Att 164 316 219 249 224 75 149 163 159 85

Pct 62.1 65.7 64.0 58.2 62.6 66.4 56.4 55.6 57.4 49.1

Yds 2466 4134 2852 3515 2704 905 1886 2138 1981 1227

TD 28 32 25 35 26 4 20 12 9 6

TACKLES Brett Taylor, WIU Jonas Griffith, INST Jared Farley, UNI Katrell Moss, INST C. Rozeboom, SDSU Angelo Garbutt, MSU Ryan Neal, SIU Jalyn Powell, YSU Duncan Ferch, UNI Andrew Gray, USD

G 12 11 13 11 14 11 11 11 13 13

Solo 66 48 62 36 68 41 54 56 42 51

Cmp 264 481 342 428 358 113 264 293 277 173

Int 8 8 7 14 11 1 9 11 11 10

Effic. 169.5 156.5 154.1 147.6 143.8 143.6 134.6 122.9 120.3 108.6

Ret PAT Pts Pts/G 0 1 104 7.4 0 0 78 7.1 0 0 84 7.0 0 0 72 6.5 0 0 90 6.0 1 0 66 6.0 0 0 72 5.5 0 0 66 5.1 0 0 48 4.8 0 0 48 4.8

Int Yds TD Int/G 5 85 1 0.42 5 2 0 0.42 6 104 1 0.40 3 9 0 0.33 4 71 0 0.31 4 34 0 0.29 3 122 0 0.27 3 33 0 0.27 3 29 0 0.27 3 0 0 0.27 Ast Total Avg/G Sack 96 162 13.5 2 59 107 9.7 7 60 122 9.4 1 65 101 9.2 3 60 128 9.1 1 43 84 7.6 2 30 84 7.6 0 26 82 7.5 0 52 94 7.2 1 39 90 6.9 1

RECEIVING YARDS G Jaelon Acklin, WIU 12 Dallas Goedert, SDSU 14 Brandt Van Roekel, USD 1 1 Daurice Fountain, UNI 13 Malik Earl, MSU 11 Darrell James, SIU 11 Jake Wieneke, SDSU 14 Christian Gibbs, ILST 9 Bob Pugh, INST 11 Spencer Schnell, ILST 11

Rec Yds 84 1369 72 1111 51 806 66 943 56 774 47 773 65 965 36 604 28 722 51 679

TD 10 7 8 12 3 8 16 5 3 4

Lg 62 57 58 46 89 61 69 77 64 71

Avg/C Yds/G 16.3 114.1 15.4 79.4 15.8 73.3 14.3 72.5 13.8 70.4 16.4 70.3 14.8 68.9 16.8 67.1 25.8 65.6 13.3 61.7

SACKS Ryan Neal, UNI Darin Greenfield, USD Derrek Tuszka, NDSU Khalen Saunders, WIU Dalton Keene, ILST James Graham, ILST Pete Swenson, WIU Nick DeLuca, NDSU Jonas Griffith, INST Anthony Knighton, SIU

G 13 13 15 12 11 11 12 13 11 11

Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G 9 1 68 10 0.77 9 0 71 9 0.69 7 1 48 8 0.53 7 1 56 8 0.67 8 0 63 8 0.73 7 1 45 8 0.73 6 1 38 7 0.58 6 1 68 7 0.54 4 3 36 7 0.64 6 1 51 7 0.64

RECEPTIONS G Jaelon Acklin, WIU 12 Dallas Goedert, SDSU 14 Malik Earl, MSU 11 Daurice Fountain, UNI 13 Jacquet McClendon, INST 11 Jake Wieneke, SDSU 14 Brandt Van Roekel, USD 1 1 Spencer Schnell, ILST 11 Darrell James, SIU 11 Shamar Jackson, USD 13

Rec Yds 84 1369 72 1111 56 774 66 943 54 595 65 965 51 806 51 679 47 773 53 766

TD 10 7 3 12 4 16 8 4 8 4

Lg 62 57 89 46 73 69 58 71 61 71

Avg/G Rec/G 114.1 7.0 79.4 5.1 70.4 5.1 72.5 5.1 54.1 4.9 68.9 4.6 73.3 4.6 61.7 4.6 70.3 4.3 58.9 4.1

TACKLES FOR LOSS Darin Greenfield, USD Ryan Neal, UNI Jabril Cox, NDSU Brett Taylor, WIU Dalton Keene, ILST Khalen Saunders, WIU Pete Swenson, WIU Anthony Knighton, SIU Quentin Moon, WIU Adam Conley, ILST

G 13 13 15 12 11 12 12 11 11 11

Solo 17 13 11 6 12 10 8 9 9 11

TOTAL OFFENSE Chris Streveler, USD Taryn Christion, SDSU Sam Straub, SIU Sean McGuire, WIU Peyton Huslig, MSU Jake Kolbe ILST Eli Dunne, UNI Easton Stick, NDSU Nathan Mays, YSU Cade Sparks, INST

G 13 14 8 12 11 10 12 15 8 10

Rush 720 500 167 33 621 27 -155 663 317 -74

ALL PURPOSE Jaelon Acklin, WIU D.J. Davis, SIU Bob Pugh, INST Deion Holliman, MSU Bruce Anderson, NDSU Steve McShane, WIU Tevin McCaster, YSU LeMonte Booker, INST James Robinson, ILST Marcus Weymiller, UNI

G 12 11 11 10 15 11 11 11 11 10

SCORING Jake Wieneke, SDSU Chase Vinatieri, SDSU Sam Drysdale, UNI Tevin McCaster, YSU Cam Pedersen, NDSU Jaelon Acklin, WIU Sean Slattery, ILST Ryan Weese, USD James Robinson, ILST Sam Crosa, WIU

G 14 14 12 11 15 12 11 13 11 12

Rush 255 336 32 113 1216 582 1066 945 933 809 TD 17 1 0 13 0 14 0 0 12 0

Pass Plays Total Yds/G 4134 649 4854 373.4 3515 542 4015 286.8 1886 301 2053 256.6 2852 397 2885 240.4 1981 413 2602 236.5 2138 342 2165 216.5 2704 410 2549 212.4 2466 376 3129 208.6 905 190 1222 152.8 1227 194 1153 115.3

Rcv PR KR 1369 0 0 337 7 693 722 85 515 290 198 493 156 0 193 307 240 13 28 0 0 149 0 -4 75 0 0 100 0 0 XPT 0 13 17 0 10 0 14 7 0 10

Yds Avg/G 1624 135.3 1373 124.8 1354 123.1 1094 109.4 1565 104.3 1142 103.8 1094 99.5 1090 99.1 1008 91.6 909 90.9

FG 2XP Pts Pts/G 0 2 104 7.4 58 0 103 7.4 37 0 88 7.3 0 0 78 7.1 75 0 105 7.0 0 0 84 7.0 34 0 76 6.9 67 0 88 6.8 0 0 72 6.5 46 0 76 6.3

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Ast 5 4 4 14 2 4 6 4 4 0

G Punts Yds Lg 11 55 2397 66 11 72 3050 90 13 68 2848 76 13 68 2848 76 11 57 2338 70 14 48 1925 52 13 62 2457 54 10 53 2094 70 15 54 2100 52 12 60 2314 62

Avg 43.6 42.4 41.9 41.9 41.0 40.1 39.6 39.5 38.9 38.6

FIELD GOALS Sam Drysdale, UNI Sean Slattery, ILST Zach Drake, MSU Chase Vinatieri, SDSU Jerry Nunez, INST Sam Crosa, WIU Zak Kennedy, YSU Cam Pedersen, NDSU Ryan Weese, USD Matt Sotiropoulos, SIU

G 12 11 11 14 10 12 11 15 13 8

FG 17 14 12 13 9 10 8 10 7 3

FGA 21 18 19 14 14 10 13 16 11 8

Pct 81.0 77.8 63.2 92.9 64.3 100.0 61.5 62.5 63.6 37.5

FG/G 1.42 1.27 1.09 0.93 0.90 0.83 0.73 0.67 0.54 0.38

SCORING BY KICKING Sam Drysdale, UNI Cam Pedersen, NDSU Chase Vinatieri, SDSU Sean Slattery, ILST Ryan Weese, USD Sam Crosa, WIU Zak Kennedy, YSU Zach Drake, MSU Matt Sotiropoulos, SIU Jerry Nunez, INST

G 12 15 14 11 13 12 11 11 8 10

PATs 37-39 75-78 58-62 34-34 67-67 46-49 43-43 28-29 32-33 15-17

FGs 17-21 10-16 13-14 14-18 7-11 10-10 8-13 12-19 3-8 9-14

Pts 88 105 97 76 88 76 67 64 41 42

Pts/G 7.3 7.0 6.9 6.9 6.8 6.3 6.1 5.8 5.1 4.2

Yds Total Avg/G 94 19.5 1.50 84 15.0 1.15 58 13.0 0.87 30 13.0 1.08 76 13.0 1.18 65 12.0 1.00 45 11.0 0.92 62 11.0 1.00 43 11.0 1.00 50 11.0 1.00

FUMBLES FORCED Colby Isbell, MSU Rondell Green, INST Jeremy Chinn, SIU Khalen Saunders, WIU Elijah Campbell, UNI Nick DeLuca, NDSU Inoke Moala, INST Drashane Glass, ILST Anthony Knighton, SIU James Graham, ILST

G 11 11 11 12 12 13 10 11 11 11

Num 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

Avg/G 0.36 0.27 0.27 0.25 0.25 0.23 0.20 0.18 0.18 0.18

FUMBLES RECOVERED Levi Jordheim, NDSU C. Rozeboom, SDSU Jabril Cox, NDSU Kyle Hegedus, YSU Dalton Keene, ILST Andrew Gray, USD Nick Farina, SDSU Jared Farley, UNI Ryan Neal, UNI Jaylaan Wimbush, NDSU

G 10 14 15 11 11 13 13 13 13 15

Num 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Avg/G 0.30 0.21 0.20 0.18 0.18 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.13

PASSES DEFENDED Elijah Campbell, UNI Rondell Green, INST Davontae Harris, ILST Craig James, SIU Xavier Rowe, WIU Xavier Williams, UNI Justin Fitzpatrick, WIU Jordan Brown, SDSU Billy Hurst, YSU Tyrin Holloway, WIU

PUNTING Lane Reazin, SIU Thomas Bouldin, INST Sam Kuhter, UNI Mark Schuler, YSU Brendan Withrow, MSU Brady Hale, SDSU Brady Schutt, USD Zach Breen, ILST Jackson Koonce, NDSU Adam Fellner, WIU

G Brup Int Total Avg/G 12 12 5 17 1.42 11 12 2 14 1.27 11 12 2 14 1.27 11 11 2 13 1.18 12 12 2 14 1.17 13 8 4 12 0.92 12 6 5 11 0.92 14 9 3 12 0.86 11 9 0 9 0.82 11 6 3 9 0.82

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2017 MVFC Individual Honors All-Missouri Valley Football Conference

QB RB RB FB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL PK LS DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB P RS QB RB RB FB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL PK LS DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB P RS

First Team Chris Streveler South Dakota Tevin McCaster Youngstown State James Robinson Illinois State Connor Wentz North Dakota State Jaelon Acklin Western Illinois Daurice Fountain UNI Jake Wieneke South Dakota State Dallas Goedert South Dakota State Stetson Dagel South Dakota Jacob Judd Western Illinois Austin Kuhnert North Dakota State Jacob Ohnesorge South Dakota State Justin Spencer Youngstown State Sean Slattery Illinois State James Fisher North Dakota State Darin Greenfield South Dakota Dalton Keene Illinois State Adam Reth UNI Khalen Saunders Western Illinois Nick DeLuca North Dakota State Jared Farley UNI Christian Rozeboom South Dakota State Brett Taylor Western Illinois Jordan Brown South Dakota State Elijah Campbell UNI Tre Dempsey North Dakota State Robbie Grimsley North Dakota State Davontae Harris Illinois State Lane Reazin Southern Illinois Deion Holliman Missouri State Second Team Taryn Christion South Dakota State Bruce Anderson North Dakota State Steve McShane Western Illinois Kane Louscher South Dakota State Malik Earl Missouri State Spencer Schnell Illinois State RJ Urzendowski North Dakota State Jacquet McClendon Indiana State Lee Carhart UNI Vitas Hrynkiewicz Youngstown State Austin Olsen Southern Illinois Tanner Volson North Dakota State Gavin Wiggins Youngstown State Chase Vinatieri South Dakota State Brandon Godsey South Dakota Colby Isbell Missouri State Rickey Neal UNI Kellen Soulek South Dakota State Aaron Steidl North Dakota State Jabril Cox North Dakota State Armand Dellovade Youngstown State Angelo Garbutt Missouri State Jonas Griffith Indiana State Jeremy Chinn Southern Illinois Justin Fitzpatrick Western Illinois Andrew Gray South Dakota Billy Nicoe Hurst Youngstown State Alec Kocour Illinois State Sam Kuhter UNI Steve McShane Western Illinois

All-Academic Team Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Honorable Mention ILST: DL Adam Conley, OL Dean Helt, TE Tylor Petkovich • INST: RB LeMonte Booker, P Thomas Bouldin, LB Katrell Moss • MSU: QB Peyton Huslig, DB Darius Joseph, OL Marquis Prophete • NDSU: OL Zack Johnson, PK Cam Pedersen, QB Easton Stick, DL Nate Tanguay • UNI: TE Briley Moore, DB Malcolm Washington, RB Marcus Weymiller • USD: WR Shamar Jackson, LB Jim Litrenta, WR Brandt Van Roekel • SDSU: DB Chris Balster, OL Charlie Harmon, RB Brady Mengarelli • SIU: FB Hans Carmien, RS D.J. Davis, WR Darrell James, DL Anthony Knighton, DB Ryan Neal • WIU: LT Josh Baldus, QB Sean McGuire, LB Quentin Moon, RB Max Norris • YSU: DB Jalyn Powell, TE Kevin Rader, LS Steven Wethli, LB Lee Wright

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QB S OL SS OL DL RB QB LB RB WR

First Team Taryn Christion, SDSU Dalton Cox, SDSU Wes Genant, SDSU Robbie Grimsley, NDSU Jacob Judd, WIU Matt McCown, ILST Brady Mengarelli, SDSU Easton Stick, NDSU Brett Taylor, WIU Marcus Weymiller, UNI Jake Wieneke, SDSU

DB C LB DB SS QB C OL FB OL QB OL

Second Team Jared Beshore, MSU Lee Carhart, UNI Armand Dellovade, YSU Justin Fitzpatrick, WIU Kyle Hegedus, YSU Peyton Huslig, MSU Vitas Hrynkiewicz, YSU Caleb Lang, SDSU Kane Louscher, SDSU Jacob Marnin, SIU Chris Streveler, USD James Torgerson, WIU

Honorable Mention ILST: DL Adam Conley, OL Dean Helt; INST: QB Isaak Harker; MSU: TE Erik Furmanek; NDSU: WR RJ Urzendowski; UNI: PK Sam Drysdale, LB Jared Farley, OL Cal Twait; SDSU: DB Nick Farina, LB Christian Rozeboom; SIU: FB Hans Carmien, DB Jeremy Chinn; WIU: QB Sean McGuire, LB Quentin Moon

All-Newcomer Team WR/RS OL OL QB WR/RS WR RB OL RB TB WR

Offense Kody Case, USD Tyler Ciurej, USD Drew Himmelman, ILST Peyton Huslig, MSU Cade Johnson, SDSU Raphael Leonard, SIU Clint Ratkovich, WIU Mason Scheidegger, USD Markel Smith, ILST Christian Turner, YSU Isaiah Weston, UNI

LB LB LB LB CB DB LB DL DE DL P

Defense Logan Backhaus, SDSU Keelon Brookins, UNI Jabril Cox, NDSU Angelo Garbutt, MSU Bryce Gibson, YSU Tyrin Holloway, WIU Tyree Horton, ILST Anthony Knighton, SIU Jusus Reed, YSU Nathan Schultz, USD Brady Schutt, USD

Players of the Week

Sept. 2: Chris Streveler, USD (Off.); Quentin Moon, WIU (Def.); Brady Schutt, USD (ST); Peyton Huslig, MSU (NC), Tanner Volson, NDSU (OL) Sept. 9: Chris Streveler, USD (Off.); Robbie Grimsley, NDSU (Def.); Jared Farley, UNI (Def.); Chase Vinatieri, SDSU (ST); Justus Reed, YSU (NC); Nick Jensen, USD (OL) Sept. 16: Bob Pugh, INST (Off.); Ryan Neal, SIU (Def.); Deion Holliman, MSU (ST); Cade Sparks, INST (NC); Jacob Ohnesorge, SDSU (OL) Sept. 23: Lance Dunn, NDSU (Off.); Sean McQuire, WIU (Off.); Brett Taylor, WIU (Def.); Sean Slattery, ILST (ST); Jabril Cox, NDSU (NC); Austin Olsen, SIU (OL) Sept. 30: Jaelon Acklin, WIU (Off.); Brett Taylor, WIU (Def.); Armand Dellovade, YSU (Def.); Deion Holliman, MSU (ST); Suni Lane, UNI (NC); YSU OL (OL) Oct. 7: Sean McGuire, WIU (Off.); Darin Greenfield, USD (Def.); Ryan Weese, USD (ST); Skyler Cavanaugh, SDSU (NC); Jacob Ohnesorge, SDSU (OL) Oct. 14: Sam Straub, SIU (Off.); Chris Streveler, USD (Off.); Brett Taylor, WIU (Def.); Cam Pedersen, NDSU (ST); Jabril Cox, NDSU (NC); Jackson Scott-Brown, UNI (OL) Oct. 21: Spencer Schnell, ILST (Off.); Rickey Neal, UNI (Def.); Sean Slattery, ILST (ST); Cade Johnson, SDSU (NC); Dean Helt, ILST (OL) Oct. 28: Taryn Christion, SDSU (Off.); Christian Rozeboom, SDSU (Def.); Zach Drake, MSU (ST); Peyton Huslig, MSU (NC); Marquis Prophete, MSU (OL) Nov. 4: Ricky Davis, YSU (Off.); Keelon Brookins, UNI (Def.); Matt Rush, MSU (ST); Keelon Brookins, UNI (NC); James Torgerson, WIU (OL) Nov. 11: Easton Stick, NDSU (Off.); Jalen Allison, NDSU (Def.); Matt Rush, MSU (ST); Keelon Brookins, UNI (NC); James Torgerson, WIU (OL) Nov. 18: Taryn Christion, SDSU (Off.); Brett Taylor, WIU (Def.); Samuel St. Surin, YSU (ST); Cade Johnson, SDSU (NC); Justin Spencer, YSU (OL) Off. - Offensive Player of the Week Def. - Defensive Player of the Week ST - Special Teams Player of the Week NC - Newcomer of the Week OL - Offensive Lineman of the Week

MVFC Individual Honors

Offensive Player of the Year: Chris Streveler (QB), USD Defensive Player of the Year: Brett Taylor (LB), WIU Coach of the Year: Chris Klieman, NDSU Newcomer of the Year: Jabril Cox (LB), NDSU Freshman of the Year: Jabril Cox (LB), NDSU

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All-Time South Dakota MVFC Honors (2012-pres.) 2013

Players of the Year

Tyler Starr, LB.............. Defensive Player of the Year

2015

Andrew Van Ginkel, DE..........Freshman of the Year

2016

Chris Streveler, QB............... Newcomer of the Year

2012

All-MVFC Selections

Tyler Starr, LB......................................Second Team Will Powell, WR..................................Second Team Matt Huffer, OT........................ Honorable Mention Aaron Swift, S.......................... Honorable Mention Terrance Terry, WR.................. Honorable Mention

2013

Tyler Starr, LB.......................................... First Team Auston Johnson, LB................. Honorable Mention Cody O’Neill, C......................... Honorable Mention Tyler Wilhelm, TE..................... Honorable Mention

2014

Eric Shufford, WR.................... Honorable Mention John Wessel, LB....................... Honorable Mention Miles Bergner, P/PK................. Honorable Mention

2015

Andrew Van Ginkel, DE��������������������������� First Team Miles Bergner, PK...............................Second Team Miles Bergner, P....................... Honorable Mention Keyen Lage, LB......................... Honorable Mention Derek Chancellor, OT............... Honorable Mention Tyson Graham, FS.................... Honorable Mention

2016

Miles Bergner, PK & P����������������������������� First Team Chris Streveler, QB..............................Second Team Jet Moreland, LB.................................Second Team Danny Rambo, CB.................... Honorable Mention Drew Potter, TE........................ Honorable Mention Trevor Bouma, RB.................... Honorable Mention

2012

All-Newcomer Team

Jasper Sanders, RB/KR................................... Junior

2012

All-Academic Team

Will Powell, WR..................................Second Team Kevin Robb, PK....................................Second Team Tim Marlette, LB...................... Honorable Mention Jordan Eaton, DL...................... Honorable Mention Josh Vander Maten, QB........... Honorable Mention

2013

Josh Vander Maten, QB/WR...............Second Team

2015

Miles Bergner, PK/P............................Second Team

2016

Miles Bergner, PK/P............................Second Team

2013

Valley Players of the Week

Miles Bergner, P/K, Special Teams...............Aug. 31 Miles Bergner, P/K, Special Teams................. Oct. 5 Trevor Bouma, RB, Newcomer.................... Oct. 12 Kevin Earl, QB, Offensive............................. Oct. 19 Riley Donovan, WR, Newcomer................... Oct. 19 Matt Huffer, OT, Offensive Lineman...............Nov. 9

2014

Drew Iddings, DL, Defensive.......................Sept. 21 Nile Banks, OG, Offensive Lineman............Sept. 22

2015

Trevor Bouma, RB, Offensive......................Sept. 12 Miles Bergner, P/K, Special Teams..............Sept. 12 Derek Chancellor, OT, Offensive Lineman...Sept. 19 Ryan Saeger, QB, Offensive.......................... Oct. 17 Miles Bergner, P/K, Special Teams............... Oct. 17 Andrew Van Ginkel, DE, Defensive................Nov. 7 Miles Bergner, P/K, Special Teams...............Nov. 14

2016

Miles Bergner, P/K, Special Teams..............Sept. 10 Chris Streveler, QB, Offensive/Newcomer.. Sept. 10 Chris Streveler, QB, Newcomer..................... Oct. 8 Miles Bergner, P/K, Special Teams............... Oct. 15 Miles Bergner, P/K, Special Teams............... Oct. 22 Austin Simmons, QB, Newcomer................. Oct. 22 Chris Streveler, QB, Newcomer................... Oct. 29 Miles Bergner, P/K, Special Teams...............Nov. 19

2017

2013

Trevor Bouma, RB....................................Freshman Riley Donovan, WR..................................Freshman Jarrid Bryant, DB............................................Senior Auston Johnson, LB....................................... Junior

2014

Eric Shufford, WR.......................................... Junior

Chris Streveler, QB, Offensive.......................Sept. 2 Brady Schutt, P, Special Teams......................Sept. 2 Chris Streveler, QB, Offensive.......................Sept. 9 Nick Jensen, LT, Offensive Lineman..............Sept. 9 Darin Greenfield, DE, Defensive.................... Oct. 7 Ryan Weese, PK, Special Teams..................... Oct. 7 Chris Streveler, QB, Offensive...................... Oct. 14

2015

Andrew Van Ginkel, DE............................Freshman Michael Fredrick, RB................................Freshman

2016

Chris Streveler, QB......................................... Junior Alonge Brooks, WR........................................ Junior

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HISTORY/RECORDS

COYOTE FOOTBALL HISTORICAL BEGINNINGS The Coyotes played their first game in 1889 when the Coyotes played to a 6-6 tie with Agricultural College (SDSU) and then posted a 11-0 win over Yankton College. From 1889-1900, USD was 16-7-5, including a 6-5 win over Nebraska, before Ralph Norton became the Coyotes’ first football coach in 1901.

1912 TEAM Rev. James Henderson’s 1912 team had a 5-1 record, including a 10-0 win over Minnesota and a close 7-6 defeat to Michigan. Both schools are in the Big Ten, one of the top NCAA Division I football conferences in the country. The 1912 team is recognized as one of the greatest in South Dakota annals. The team defeated South Dakota State University, 73-6; blanked North Dakota, 44-0; and destroyed Creighton, 68-0.

GENE VIDAL Eugene Vidal of Madison was a star in the early days of Coyote football. Vidal gained notoriety as a pioneer in the aviation industry; but before doing that, he left his mark on athletics at USD and at West Point. He lettered in football, basketball, track and baseball at South Dakota. After graduation from USD in 1916, he became an All-American at West Point. In 1920, Vidal, the father of writer Gore Vidal, played professional football for the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins and later served in President Franklin Roosevelt’s administration.

DARWIN INMAN MEMORIAL STADIUM Darwin Inman Memorial Stadium was constructed in the 1920’s and hosted USD’s first NCC football championship in 1927, the sixth-year of league competition. Darwin Inman Memorial Stadium was the home of Coyote football from 1924-78, and saw more than 130 USD victories on its grounds. 49

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A TRADITION OF WINNING 1986 TEAM Led by current coach Tim Tripplet’s father, Dave Tripplet, the 1986 Coyotes’ squad broke 23 school records, rolling to an 11-3 record in one of the school’s greatest all-time seasons.

THE DAKOTADOME One of the first multi-purpose domes in the nation, the DakotaDome has been the home of the Coyotes since the fall of 1979. The Dome hosts Coyote football, track and field, and swimming and diving events, and served as the home of Coyote basketball from 1979-2016. An announced $26 million renovation that focuses primarily on the west side will include a new football locker room, office space and meeting rooms among other things.

BEATING MINNESOTA Coyote football experienced a quick turnaround when new coach Ed Meierkort arrived in 2004. That USD squad went 9-2 and broke 27 school records en route to a tie for second in the NCC with a 4-2 mark. The Coyotes then pulled off one of the biggest wins in program history with a 41-38 win against Minnesota on Sept. 11, 2010.

MISSOURI VALLEY ERA South Dakota joined the Missouri Valley Football Conference ahead of the 2012 season. Founded in 1985, the MVFC has shaped itself into the nation’s premier NCAA FCS conference. USD achievements since joining the league include a win against four-time defending national champion North Dakota State, 24-21, in Fargo during the 2015 season, and reaching the FCS playoffs for the first time in 2017. The Coyotes won on the road at Nicholls in their playoff debut to reach the second round. That same year, quarterback Chris Streveler was named MVFC Offensive Player of the Year and finished second in the voting for the Walter Payton Award.

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Year-by-Year Results 1889

Yankton........................W 11-0 South Dakota St............ T 6-6 Total (1-0-1).................. 17-6

1890: 4-1-1 (no scores available) No football between 1891-93 1894: 2-2-0 (no scores available) 1895: 0-0-1 (no score available) No football between 1896-97 1898

Coach B.H. Morrison Yankton.........................L 4-18 Morningside................. T 0-0 Yankton........................W 22-14 Total (1-1-1).................. 26-32

1899

Coach B.H. Morrison LeMars Crescent...........W 5-0 Buena Vista..................W 27-2 Iowa St..........................L 6-11 LeMars Crescent...........W 16-0 Nebraska......................W 6-5 UNI............................... T 0-0 Total (4-1-1).................. 60-18

1900

Coach Not Known Buena Vista...................L 6-11 Sioux City Medics.........W 23-0 Kansas...........................L 0-41 Morningside.................W 29-6 South Dakota St............W 17-0 Lincoln Medics.............W 6-0 Total (4-2)..................... 81-58

1901

Coach Ralph Norton Morningside.................W 28-0 Carleton....................... T 0-0 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 26-0 Morningside.................W 11-5 South Dakota St............W 22-0 UNI................................L 6-10 South Dakota St............W 6-0 Lincoln Medics.............W 18-0 Total (6-1-1).................. 117-15 Coach A.H. Whittemore Sioux Falls.....................W 33-0 Yankton........................W 40-0 S.D. Mines....................W 23-0 Yankton........................W 23-0 South Dakota St............W 10-0 Morningside.................W 5-0 Omaha Medics.............W 12-0 Omaha Medics.............W 35-0 Missouri S&T................W 23-0 Total (9-0)..................... 204-0 Coach A.H. Whittemore Buena Vista..................W 5-0 Creighton......................L 0-10 Iowa St..........................L 0-23 North Dakota.................L 0-6 11/10 at North Dakota St........L 0-22 Morningside.................W 23-0 Nebraska.......................L 0-23 Total (2-5)..................... 28-84

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Coach A.H. Whittemore Minnesota.....................L 0-77 Buena Vista..................W 18-0 Doane...........................W 23-0 Dakota Wesleyan.......... T 6-6 South Dakota St............ T 6-6 Creighton......................L 5-12 Morningside.................W 23-5 Omaha Medics.............W 25-0 Total (4-2-2).................. 106-106

1905

Coach A.H. Whittemore Dakota Wesleyan..........W 22-5 South Dakota St............W 17-0 Yankton........................W 23-0 Nebraska.......................L 6-42 Creighton.....................W 22-0 Morningside................. T 0-0 Total (4-1-1).................. 90-47

1906

Coach A.H. Whittemore Nebraska.......................L 0-4 Yankton........................W 35-4 Iowa St..........................L 0-22 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 11-4 South Dakota St............W 22-0 Total (3-2)..................... 68-34

1907

Coach A.H. Whittemore Yankton........................W 39-0 Nebraska.......................L 0-39 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 17-5 Morningside................. T 0-0 North Dakota St.............L 0-54 Total (2-2-1).................. 56-98

1908

Coach A.H. Whittemore Yankton........................W 6-0 Huron...........................W 10-0 Iowa St..........................L 0-26 North Dakota................W 10-4 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 11-0 Morningside.................W 21-0 Total (5-1)..................... 58-30

1909

1902

1903

1904

Coach A.H. Whittemore Nebraska...................... T 6-6 Yankton........................W 39-0 Denver...........................L 0-10 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 6-0 Total (2-1-1).................. 51-16

1910

Coach Joseph Pipal Minnesota.....................L 0-17 Nebraska.......................L 9-12 Nebraska Wesleyan......W 29-0 South Dakota St............W 33-0 Yankton........................W 29-0 Morningside.................W 19-0 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 23-11 Total (5-2)..................... 142-40

1911

Coach James Henderson Yankton........................W 35-0 Minnesota.....................L 0-5 South Dakota St............W 15-6 Bellevue.......................W 45-0 Denver..........................W 10-0 Creighton.....................W 31-3 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 3-0 Morningside.................W 23-0 Total (7-1)..................... 162-14

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1912

Coach James Henderson Minnesota....................W 10-0 Nebraska Wesleyan......W 39-0 South Dakota St............W 73-7 Michigan.......................L 6-7 North Dakota................W 44-0 Creighton.....................W 68-0 Total (5-1)..................... 240-14

1913

Coach James Henderson Michigan St...................L 7-19 Creighton.....................W 17-0 Minnesota.....................L 0-14 Nebraska Wesleyan......W 57-7 Notre Dame...................L 7-20 Denver..........................W 42-0 Total (3-3)..................... 130-60

1914

Coach Ion G. Cortright South Dakota St............W 12-0 Nebraska...................... T 0-0 Minnesota.....................L 7-29 North Dakota................W 30-3 Morningside.................W 20-3 Yankton........................W 33-3 Creighton.....................W 9-7 Notre Dame...................L 0-33 Total (5-2-1).................. 111-78

1915

Coach Ion G. Cortright Montana.......................W 10-7 Minnesota.....................L 0-19 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 23-7 Notre Dame...................L 0-6 South Dakota St............W 7-0 North Dakota................ T 0-0 Yankton........................W 46-0 Creighton..................... T 0-0 Total (4-2-2).................. 86-39

1916

Coach Blaine McKusick Montana........................L 0-11 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 55-0 Minnesota.....................L 0-81 Michigan St.................. T 3-3 Notre Dame...................L 0-21 Morningside................. T 0-0 Creighton......................L 13-20 North Dakota.................L 0-20 Total (1-5-2).................. 71-156

1917

Coach Blaine McKusick North Dakota................W 19-0 Creighton.....................W 7-0 Notre Dame...................L 0-44 Iowa..............................L 0-35 Morningside..................L 7-14 Total (2-3)..................... 33-93

1918

Coach John Stewart Morningside..................L 0-7 Creighton......................L 0-13 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 33-0 Total (1-2)..................... 33-20

1919

Coach John Stewart Creighton......................L 0-12 North Dakota.................L 0-13 Morningside.................W 13-3 Iowa..............................L 14-26 Michigan St...................L 0-13 11/15 Drake............................W 6-3 South Dakota St.............L 6-13 Valparaiso......................L 0-12 Total (2-6)..................... 39-95

1920

Coach A.H. Whittemore Sioux Falls.....................W 64-0 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 24-0 Nebraska.......................L 0-20 Morningside..................L 3-6 North Dakota................ T 7-7 South Dakota St............W 7-3 Creighton.....................W 16-7 Total (4-2-1).................. 121-43

1921

Coach A.H. Whittemore Yankton........................W 28-0 Illinois............................L 0-52 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 7-0 North Dakota.................L 0-21 Michigan St...................L 0-14 Creighton......................L 0-19 South Dakota St.............L 0-9 Total (2-5)..................... 35-115

1922

Coach L.B. Allison 9/30 Yankton........................W 7-0 10/7 at Nebraska...................L 0-66 10/14 North Dakota.................L 0-7 10/21 at Michigan St...............L 0-7 10/28 at South Dakota St....... T 7-7 11/4 at Creighton..................L 6-12 11/11 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 34-0 11/18 at St. Louis.....................L 0-24 11/30 at Marquette.................L 0-38 Total (2-6-1, 0-2-1 NCC). 54-161

1923

Coach L.B. Allison 9/29 Northern St..................W 27-0 10/6 Yankton........................W 48-0 10/13 at North Dakota............W 13-7 10/20 Nebraska Wesleyan...... T 0-0 10/27 South Dakota St.............L 0-7 11/10 at Dakota Wesleyan.....W 31-2 11/17 at Creighton..................L 0-34 11/29 at Morningside..............L 0-10 Total (4-3-1, 1-3-1 NCC). 119-60

1924

Coach L.B. Allison 9/27 Yankton........................W 19-0 10/4 at Northwestern (IL)......L 0-28 10/11 North Dakota................W 6-0 10/18 Nebraska Wesleyan......W 19-0 11/1 at South Dakota St........L 3-10 11/8 at Columbus.................W 7-0 11/15 North Dakota St............W 13-6 11/27 at Morningside.............W 41-7 Total (6-2, 4-1 NCC)....... 108-51

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HISTORY/RECORDS 1925

1931

Coach L.B. Allison 9/26 Yankton........................W 45-0 10/2 at Northwestern (IL)......L 7-14 10/10 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 27-0 10/17 at North Dakota.............L 0-3 10/24 Nebraska Wesleyan.......L 0-3 10/31 South Dakota St.............L 0-7 11/14 Des Moines..................W 7-0 11/26 at Morningside..............L 7-12 Total (3-5, 1-4 NCC)....... 93-39

Coach Stanley Backman 9/19 Yankton........................W 21-6 9/26 at Nebraska...................L 6-44 10/3 Carleton........................L 12-13 10/10 vs. North Dakota*.........L 6-52 10/24 at Morningside..............L 0-20 10/31 South Dakota St............W 10-0 11/14 North Dakota St.............L 0-13 Total (2-5, 1-3 NCC)....... 55-148 *game played in Aberdeen, S.D.

1926

1932

Coach L.B. Allison 9/25 Yankton........................W 34-0 10/2 at Northwestern (IL)......L 0-34 10/9 at Utah..........................L 0-13 10/16 North Dakota................W 12-0 10/23 Nebraska Wesleyan......W 13-10 10/30 at South Dakota St....... T 0-0 11/6 at Westmar..................W 25-0 11/19 at Creighton.................W 6-0 11/25 at Morningside..............L 0-19 Total (5-3-1, 3-1-1 NCC). 90-76

1927

Coach Vincent Montgomery 9/24 Huron...........................W 32-0 10/1 at Northwestern (IL)......L 2-47 10/8 at Tulsa..........................L 12-33 10/15 at North Dakota............W 6-0 10/22 at Nebraska Wesleyan..W 26-0 10/29 South Dakota St............W 16-12 11/5 at Westmar..................W 14-6 11/11 North Dakota St............W 13-0 11/24 at Morningside.............W 22-7 Total (7-2, 5-0 NCC)....... 143-105

1928

Coach Vincent Montgomery 9/27 S.D. Springfield.............W 20-0 9/28 Yankton........................W 19-0 10/6 at Duke..........................L 6-25 10/20 Morningside..................L 0-8 10/27 at South Dakota St........L 0-13 11/3 at Iowa..........................L 0-19 11/10 North Dakota.................L 0-6 11/17 North Dakota St............W 26-6 Total (3-5, 1-3 NCC)....... 71-77

1929

Coach Vincent Montgomery 9/28 Yankton........................W 13-0 10/5 at Carleton...................W 6-0 10/12 at North Dakota.............L 6-13 10/19 Westmar.......................W 42-0 10/26 South Dakota St.............L 0-6 11/2 at Army..........................L 6-33 11/9 Huron...........................W 66-0 11/16 North Dakota St............ T 6-6 11/28 at Morningside..............L 0-6 Total (4-4-1, 0-3-1 NCC). 145-64

1930

Coach Vincent Montgomery 9/27 Yankton........................ T 7-7 10/3 at Augustana................W 86-0 10/11 at North Dakota St........L 7-25 10/17 at George Washington. T 0-0 10/25 at South Dakota St........L 6-13 11/8 at Minnesota.................L 0-59 11/15 North Dakota.................L 0-21 11/27 at Morningside..............L 12-19 Total (1-5-2, 0-4 NCC).... 118-144

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Coach Harry Gamage Buena Vista..................W 48-7 Wayne St (NE)..............W 25-7 at North Dakota.............L 7-13 at Marquette.................L 6-7 at St. Louis.....................L 0-9 at Morningside.............W 16-0 South Dakota St............W 12-2 Omaha..........................W 26-0 UNI...............................W 13-0 at Louisiana Tech...........L 6-20 Total (6-4, 4-1 NCC)....... 159-65

Coach Stanley Backman 9/17 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 25-0 9/24 Yankton........................W 20-0 9/30 at North Dakota St........L 8-18 10/8 Morningside.................W 6-0 10/15 at Cincinnati..................L 0-7 10/22 at South Dakota St....... T 0-0 10/29 at Carleton...................W 6-0 11/5 at Michigan St...............L 6-20 11/19 at Gonzaga....................L 0-12 11/25 at BYU............................L 7-13 Total (4-5-1, 1-1-1 NCC). 78-70

Coach Harry Gamage Dakota Wesleyan..........W 19-0 Creighton......................L 0-24 Peru St..........................W 33-12 Omaha..........................W 7-0 Morningside.................W 13-0 South Dakota St............W 7-0 11/5 North Dakota St............W 20-0 UNI...............................W 26-2 Total (7-1, 5-0 NCC)....... 125-38

1933

1939

Coach Stanley Backman 9/23 Yankton........................W 20-0 9/30 York..............................W 19-0 10/7 at Cincinnati..................L 0-14 10/13 at North Dakota.............L 0-41 10/21 at Morningside.............W 13-7 10/28 South Dakota St.............L 0-14 11/4 at DePaul.......................L 0-20 11/11 North Dakota St.............L 0-14 11/18 vs. South Dakota St*....W 6-0 11/25 at Illinois College..........W 7-0 11/30 at Illinois Wesleyan.......L 0-13 Total (5-6, 1-3 NCC)....... 65-123 *game played in Sioux Falls, S.D.

1934

Coach Harry Gamage Yankton........................W 20-0 at Iowa..........................L 0-34 North Dakota.................L 0-20 Morningside..................L 0-14 at South Dakota St........L 0-19 Westmar.......................W 46-0 10/12 at North Dakota St........L 0-20 at Haskell Indian Nat.....L 7-14 at Catholic University....L 0-52 Total (2-7, 0-4 NCC)....... 73-173

1935

Coach Harry Gamage Yankton........................W 34-0 Illinois Wesleyan..........W 7-6 at Iowa..........................L 2-47 at North Dakota.............L 0-25 at Morningside............. T 13-13 South Dakota St............W 7-2 Omaha..........................W 13-7 vs. Creighton*..............W 7-6 11/16 vs. North Dakota St#.....L 0-20 Total (5-3-1, 1-3-1 NCC). 83-126 *game played in Sioux Falls, S.D. #game played in Mitchell, S.D.

1936

Coach Harry Gamage Sioux Falls.....................W 25-6 at Creighton..................L 0-24 Parsons......................... T 7-7 at Iowa..........................L 7-33 Morningside.................W 25-12 at St. Louis.................... T 6-6 at South Dakota St.......W 6-0 at Omaha.....................W 29-0 North Dakota.................L 0-6 Total (4-3-2, 3-1 NCC).... 105-94

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1938

Coach Harry Gamage 9/23 at Pacific........................L 0-6 9/30 at Iowa..........................L 0-41 10/6 at North Dakota St.......W 19-7 10/14 Omaha..........................W 14-6 10/21 at Morningside.............W 7-6 10/28 South Dakota St............W 21-7 11/11 UNI................................L 0-14 11/18 at Cincinnati..................L 0-13 11/24 at St. Louis.....................L 0-6 Total (4-5, 4-1 NCC)....... 61-106

1940

Coach Harry Gamage 9/21 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 19-6 9/28 Wayne St (NE)...............L 0-6 10/5 at Iowa..........................L 0-46 10/12 Doane...........................W 25-0 10/19 Morningside.................W 26-6 10/26 at South Dakota St.......W 26-0 11/2 at Omaha..................... T 6-6 11/9 North Dakota.................L 0-13 11/16 at Creighton..................L 0-39 11/21 at San Jose St................L 7-40 Total (4-5-1, 2-1-1 NCC). 109-162

1941

Coach Harry Gamage Wayne St (NE)..............W 13-0 Augustana....................W 26-6 North Dakota.................L 7-14 Morningside.................W 26-12 South Dakota St............W 40-0 Iowa St..........................L 0-27 Omaha..........................W 28-7 11/15 North Dakota St............W 19-0 Total (6-2, 4-1 NCC)....... 159-66

1942

Coach Cletus Clinker Morningside.................W 26-6 at North Dakota St.......W 37-12 Augustana.....................L 0-19 South Dakota St............W 7-0 North Dakota................W 26-0 9/26 at Illinois........................L 0-46 Gustavus Adolphus.......W 20-13 UNI................................L 0-36 Total (5-3, 3-3 NCC)....... 116-132 USD did not play football in 1943-44 due to World War II and there were no NCC games from 1943-45.

1945

Coach Grant Heckenlively Dakota Wesleyan...........L 0-20 Yankton.........................L 0-13 Nebraska.......................L 0-53 Wayne St (NE)...............L 0-6 Total (0-4)..................... 0-92

1946

Coach Harry Gamage 9/28 Yankton........................W 19-13 10/5 Wayne St (NE)...............L 0-12 10/11 at North Dakota.............L 6-20 10/19 at Morningside.............W 6-0 10/26 South Dakota St.............L 0-20 11/1 at St. Louis.....................L 7-41 Total (2-4, 1-2 NCC)....... 38-106

1947

Coach Harry Gamage 9/20 Yankton........................W 25-7 9/27 at Marquette.................L 6-33 10/4 Parsons.........................W 33-7 10/10 at North Dakota St.......W 13-7 10/18 Morningside.................W 21-19 10/25 at South Dakota St.......W 26-7 11/1 North Dakota................W 20-7 11/8 at Bradley.....................W 20-13 11/14 at Pacific........................L 0-52 Total (7-2, 4-0 NCC)....... 164-152

1948

Coach Harry Gamage Westmar.......................W 52-0 Omaha..........................W 26-6 Dakota Wesleyan..........W 53-0 Augustana....................W 39-12 North Dakota.................L 7-13 Morningside.................W 14-7 South Dakota St............W 33-0 11/6 North Dakota St............W 41-6 Bradley..........................L 27-53 Marquette.....................L 0-32 Total (7-3, 4-1 NCC)....... 292-129

1949

Coach Harry Gamage 9/17 at Montana...................L 13-33 9/24 at Nebraska...................L 6-33 10/1 North Dakota................ T 7-7 10/7 at Drake.........................L 6-48 10/14 at North Dakota St.......W 40-7 10/22 Morningside................. T 6-6 10/29 at South Dakota St........L 25-27 11/5 at Augustana................W 46-17 11/11 UNI................................L 14-21 Total (2-5-2, 2-2-2 NCC). 163-199

1950

Coach Harry Gamage 9/16 Huron...........................W 61-0 9/23 at Wayne St (MI)...........L 14-69 9/30 Drake.............................L 13-41 10/7 Augustana....................W 33-14 10/14 at North Dakota.............L 7-28 10/21 at Morningside..............L 0-10 10/28 South Dakota St.............L 28-54 11/4 at UNI...........................W 14-7 11/11 North Dakota St............W 31-7 Total (4-5, 3-3 NCC)....... 201-230

1951

Coach Harry Gamage 9/22 at Marquette.................L 6-48 9/29 at Omaha.....................W 27-19 10/6 at Augustana................W 54-7 10/12 at North Dakota St.......W 19-0 10/20 Morningside.................W 27-7 10/27 at South Dakota St.......W 26-6 11/3 UNI...............................W 27-7 11/10 North Dakota................W 33-13 Total (7-1, 6-0 NCC)....... 219-107

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Coach Harry Gamage at Nebraska...................L 0-46 Augustana....................W 62-18 at North Dakota............W 21-14 Omaha..........................W 27-14 at Morningside..............L 7-27 South Dakota St............ T 21-21 at UNI...........................W 34-20 North Dakota St.............L 7-33 Total (4-3-1, 3-2-1 NCC). 179-193

1953

Coach Harry Gamage 9/19 at Iowa St......................L 0-35 10/3 at Augustana................W 33-0 10/10 at Drake.........................L 0-18 10/17 at North Dakota St........L 6-12 10/24 Morningside.................W 35-7 10/31 at South Dakota St........L 0-25 11/7 UNI................................L 27-34 11/14 North Dakota.................L 14-18 Total (2-6, 2-4 NCC)....... 115-149

1954

Coach Harry Gamage 9/25 at S.D. Mines................W 38-0 10/2 Augustana....................W 33-6 10/9 at North Dakota.............L 21-27 10/16 Drake............................W 33-26 10/23 at Morningside..............L 7-41 10/30 South Dakota St.............L 19-20 11/6 at UNI...........................W 34-33 11/13 North Dakota St............W 52-20 11/20 at Austin College (TX)....L 6-41 Total (5-4, 3-3 NCC)....... 243-214

1955

Coach Harry Gamage 9/24 St. Cloud St....................L 7-20 10/1 at Augustana................W 35-18 10/8 Black Hills St.................W 46-7 10/15 at North Dakota St.......W 45-28 10/22 Morningside.................W 11-0 10/29 at South Dakota St........L 7-27 11/5 UNI................................L 26-33 11/12 North Dakota.................L 14-18 Total (4-4, 3-3 NCC)....... 191-151

1956

Coach Ralph Stewart 9/22 at Nebraska...................L 6-34 9/29 at Augustana.................L 12-14 10/6 at North Dakota............W 32-14 10/13 at Morningside..............L 6-13 10/20 South Dakota St............W 19-14 10/27 at St. Louis.....................L 7-27 11/3 UNI...............................W 20-19 11/10 North Dakota St............W 13-7 Total (4-4, 4-2 NCC)....... 140-146

1957

Coach Ralph Stewart 9/14 at Southeast Mo. St......W 21-0 9/21 at North Dakota St.......W 6-0 9/28 Augustana....................W 20-7 10/5 North Dakota................ T 27-27 10/12 Morningside.................W 27-6 10/19 at South Dakota St........L 13-21 10/26 Washington (MO)..........L 19-25 11/2 at UNI............................L 7-27 11/16 at Iowa St......................L 0-33 Total (4-4-1, 3-2-1 NCC). 140-146

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1958

HISTORY/RECORDS 1964

Coach Ralph Stewart SE Missouri St................L 2-6 NW Missouri St............W 22-8 Augustana.....................L 12-13 North Dakota.................L 14-28 Morningside.................W 8-0 South Dakota St............W 28-7 Iowa St..........................L 0-53 11/8 North Dakota St............W 13-8 UNI...............................W 38-14 Total (5-4, 4-2 NCC)....... 137-137

Coach Marv Rist 9/12 at Bemidji St.................W 14-0 9/19 at Nebraska...................L 0-56 9/26 Drake.............................L 14-28 10/3 at Augustana................W 14-12 10/10 at Morningside..............L 14-42 10/17 South Dakota St............W 10-7 10/24 at North Dakota.............L 14-21 10/31 North Dakota St.............L 9-14 11/7 UNI................................L 6-13 Total (3-6, 2-4 NCC)....... 95-193

1959

1965

Coach Ralph Stewart 9/12 Lamar............................L 9-41 9/19 at North Dakota St....... T 22-22 9/26 Augustana....................W 35-20 10/3 North Dakota................W 31-14 10/10 Iowa St..........................L 6-41 10/17 at South Dakota St........L 7-12 10/24 at Washington (MO).....W 27-21 10/31 at UNI...........................W 27-6 11/7 Morningside..................L 8-9 11/14 at Northern Colorado....L 18-27 Total (4-5-1, 3-2-1 NCC). 190-213

Coach Marv Rist 9/18 at Montana..................W 15-14 9/25 Drake.............................L 0-17 10/2 Augustana.....................L 0-43 10/9 Morningside..................L 0-41 10/16 at South Dakota St........L 14-30 10/23 North Dakota.................L 7-33 10/30 at North Dakota St........L 8-66 11/6 at UNI............................L 0-41 11/13 at Cincinnati..................L 0-41 11/20 at Northern Colorado...W 17-0 Total (2-8, 0-6 NCC)....... 61-326

1960

1966

Coach Ralph Stewart 9/17 Northern Colorado........L 7-16 9/24 at Augustana.................L 0-21 10/1 at North Dakota.............L 7-27 10/8 at Morningside..............L 6-7 10/15 South Dakota St.............L 7-28 10/22 Washington (MO).........W 7-6 10/29 UNI................................L 0-40 11/5 North Dakota St.............L 7-40 11/24 at Lamar........................L 21-41 Total (1-8, 0-6 NCC)....... 62-226

1961

Coach Ralph Stewart 9/17 Arkansas St....................L 9-21 9/23 at North Dakota St........L 12-41 9/30 Augustana.....................L 20-22 10/7 North Dakota.................L 7-21 10/14 Morningside..................L 12-27 10/21 at South Dakota St........L 6-34 10/27 St. Mary (KS)..................L 37-38 11/4 at UNI............................L 7-27 11/11 at Northern Colorado...W 16-14 Total (1-8, 0-6 NCC)....... 126-245

1962

Coach Bob Burns 9/15 at Northern Colorado....L 26-35 9/22 at Nebraska...................L 0-53 9/29 at UNI............................L 0-28 10/6 Drake.............................L 14-15 10/13 at Morningside..............L 13-34 10/20 South Dakota St.............L 0-24 10/27 at Augustana.................L 8-15 11/3 North Dakota St............W 33-12 11/10 at North Dakota.............L 0-31 11/17 at Arkansas St................L 0-18 Total (1-9, 1-5 NCC)....... 94-265

1963

Coach Marv Rist 9/14 Bemidji St......................L 7-33 9/21 at North Dakota St........L 8-53 9/28 at UNI............................L 6-33 10/5 at Drake.........................L 0-23 10/12 Morningside..................L 0-33 10/19 at South Dakota St........L 0-61 10/26 Augustana....................W 7-6 11/9 North Dakota.................L 0-55 Total (1-7, 1-5 NCC)....... 28-297

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1970

Coach Joe Salem 9/12 Omaha..........................W 53-28 9/19 at North Dakota............ T 14-14 9/26 North Dakota St.............L 21-24 10/3 UNI...............................W 41-17 10/10 South Dakota St............W 26-0 10/24 Montana........................L 7-35 10/31 at Augustana................W 52-23 11/7 at Drake.........................L 28-37 11/14 at Morningside..............L 27-28 11/21 at Weber St.................. T 21-21 Total (4-4-2, 3-2-1 NCC). 290-227

1971

Coach Joe Salem 9/4 at Montana...................L 7-14 9/11 at Wyoming...................L 28-42 9/18 Idaho St.........................L 6-10 9/25 at North Dakota St........L 15-16 10/2 at UNI............................L 0-8 10/9 Morningside (forfeit).....L 35-6 10/16 at South Dakota St.......W 37-18 10/23 at Drake.........................L 7-49 10/30 Augustana....................W 8-7 11/6 North Dakota................W 29-21 Total (3-7, 3-3 NCC)....... 172-191

1972

Coach Joe Salem 9/10 vs. Northern Colorado*.W 27-12 9/17 Wayne St (NE)..............W 40-6 9/24 Montana.......................W 21-7 10/1 at Augustana.................L 20-24 10/8 at North Dakota.............L 17-31 10/15 at Morningside.............W 38-0 10/22 South Dakota St.............L 18-22 10/29 North Dakota St.............L 0-13 11/5 UNI...............................W 30-14 11/12 at Drake.........................L 14-31 *game played in Rapid City, S.D. Total (5-5, 2-4 NCC)....... 225-160

Coach Joe Salem 9/9 Montana.......................W 35-0 9/16 at Idaho St....................W 35-7 9/23 at North Dakota.............L 3-33 9/30 UNI...............................W 21-7 10/7 Drake............................W 28-23 10/14 at Morningside.............W 41-6 10/21 South Dakota St............W 42-27 10/28 at Augustana................W 21-14 11/4 North Dakota St............W 35-21 11/11 at Minnesota St............W 35-6 Total (9-1, 6-1 NCC)....... 296-144

1967

1973

Coach Joe Salem 9/16 Wayne St (NE)..............W 20-6 9/23 at Montana...................L 3-7 9/30 Augustana.....................L 6-28 10/7 North Dakota.................L 6-9 10/14 Morningside..................L 14-23 10/21 at South Dakota St........L 14-42 10/28 at North Dakota St........L 0-34 11/4 at UNI............................L 7-15 11/11 at Drake........................W 37-35 11/18 at Omaha......................L 20-27 Total (2-8, 0-6 NCC)....... 127-226

1968

Coach Joe Salem 9/14 at Minnesota St............W 28-14 9/21 Montana.......................W 21-0 9/28 at North Dakota............W 17-16 10/5 North Dakota St.............L 13-35 10/12 at Morningside.............W 35-13 10/19 South Dakota St............W 55-32 10/26 UNI...............................W 13-7 11/2 Drake............................W 49-28 11/9 at Augustana................W 33-14 11/16 at Northern Colorado...W 35-14 Total (9-1, 5-1 NCC)....... 299-173

1969

Coach Joe Salem 9/13 Minnesota St................W 33-0 9/20 at Montana...................L 20-31 9/27 North Dakota.................L 26-35 10/4 at North Dakota St........L 6-24 10/11 Morningside.................W 39-27 10/18 South Dakota St.............L 14-20 10/25 at UNI............................L 2-14 11/1 Drake.............................L 24-29 11/8 Augustana....................W 28-22 11/15 at Omaha......................L 16-26 Total (3-7, 2-4 NCC)....... 208-228

Coach Joe Salem 9/1 Winona St.....................W 77-0 9/15 at Tennessee Tech........W 30-0 9/22 at North Dakota St.......W 9-7 9/29 at UNI...........................W 19-7 10/6 at Montana...................L 19-31 10/13 Morningside.................W 60-7 10/20 at South Dakota St.......W 36-10 10/27 Augustana....................W 28-21 11/3 North Dakota.................L 21-54 11/10 Minnesota St................W 38-3 NCAA Division II Playoffs 12/1 at Boise St.....................L 10-53 Total (8-3, 6-1 NCC)....... 347-193

1974

Coach Joe Salem 9/7 Tennessee Tech.............L 13-17 9/14 at Cameron..................W 29-22 9/21 Montana.......................W 24-10 9/28 at Omaha.....................W 33-7 10/5 at Augustana................W 14-7 10/12 at Morningside.............W 49-21 10/19 South Dakota St............W 20-6 10/26 at North Dakota............W 37-24 11/2 North Dakota St.............L 12-13 11/9 UNI...............................W 26-14 11/16 at Minnesota St.............L 40-57 Total (8-3, 5-2 NCC)....... 297-198

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HISTORY/RECORDS 1975

1980

Coach Bernard Cooper 9/6 Cameron.......................W 43-14 9/13 at Montana...................L 17-51 9/20 at Wisconsin..................L 7-48 9/27 UW-River Falls..............W 14-12 10/4 Augustana.....................L 24-31 10/11 Morningside..................L 29-30 10/18 at South Dakota St........L 22-24 10/25 North Dakota.................L 17-27 11/1 at North Dakota St........L 3-28 11/8 at UNI............................L 19-45 11/15 Minnesota St................W 34-30 Total (3-8, 1-6 NCC)....... 229-340

Coach Dave Triplett 9/1 Morningside.................W 16-14 9/6 at Eastern Illinois...........L 21-34 9/20 at Kansas St...................L 3-20 9/27 at South Dakota St........L 13-21 10/4 Augustana....................W 20-10 10/11 North Dakota................W 32-23 10/18 at Omaha......................L 7-18 10/25 Northern Colorado........L 0-40 10/31 at North Dakota St........L 7-49 11/8 South Dakota St............W 16-7 11/15 at UNI...........................W 16-14 Total (5-6, 3-3-1 NCC).... 151-250

1976

1981

Coach Bernard Cooper 9/4 Omaha...........................L 22-28 9/11 at Wyoming...................L 7-48 9/18 at UNLV.........................L 26-28 10/2 at Augustana................W 30-27 10/9 at North Dakota............W 14-7 10/16 at Morningside.............W 17-14 10/23 South Dakota St............ T 17-17 10/30 North Dakota st.............L 0-24 11/6 UNI................................L 7-14 11/13 Western Illinois............W 28-7 Total (4-5-1, 3-2-1 NCC). 168-214

1977

Coach Bernard Cooper 9/3 at Omaha......................L 16-17 9/10 Morningside.................W 24-10 9/17 at Northern Colorado....L 10-13 9/24 at Truman St..................L 7-19 10/1 Augustana.....................L 8-14 10/8 North Dakota.................L 0-20 10/15 at Western Illinois........W 17-16 10/22 at South Dakota St.......W 15-10 10/29 at North Dakota St........L 6-9 11/5 at UNI............................L 14-34 11/12 Omaha*........................W 35-14 USD-UNO split games which counted as a tie in the NCC standings Total (4-7, 2-4-1 NCC).... 152-176

1978

Coach Bernard Cooper 9/2 Omaha...........................L 7-23 9/9 Truman St.....................W 14-9 9/16 at Wyoming...................L 11-30 9/23 Northern Colorado........L 11-20 9/30 at North Dakota St.......W 17-14 10/7 Morningside.................W 28-0 10/14 at South Dakota St.......W 24-7 10/21 Augustana....................W 32-11 10/28 North Dakota................W 24-7 11/4 at Omaha*...................W 21-3 11/11 at Nevada......................L 7-50 USD-UNO split games which counted as a tie in the NCC standings Total (7-4, 5-0-1 NCC).... 196-174

1979

Coach Dave Triplett 9/1 at Eastern Illinois...........L 15-24 9/8 St. Thomas (MN)*........W 22-6 9/15 Truman St.....................W 35-10 9/22 North Dakota St............W 29-28 9/29 at Morningside.............W 24-8 10/6 at South Dakota St........L 21-26 10/13 at Augustana.................L 6-7 10/20 at North Dakota.............L 22-23 10/27 Omaha..........................W 23-17 11/3 UNI................................L 9-23 11/10 South Dakota St**.........L 28-33 *First game in DakotaDome **From 1979-82, USD and SDSU played twice per year with each game counting as 0.5 win in the NCC standings Total (5-6, 3-3 NCC)....... 234-205

Coach Dave Triplett 9/5 Eastern Illinois...............L 17-19 9/12 at Kansas St...................L 10-31 9/19 at South Dakota St........L 20-21 9/26 at Augustana................W 24-0 10/3 at North Dakota.............L 0-27 10/10 Omaha..........................W 17-16 10/17 at Northern Colorado....L 17-27 10/24 North Dakota St.............L 7-43 10/31 at Morningside.............W 35-3 11/7 South Dakota St............W 28-16 11/14 UNI...............................W 34-12 Total (5-6, 3-3-1 NCC).... 209-215

1982

Coach Dave Triplett 9/4 Minnesota St................W 35-9 9/11 at South Dakota St........L 7-20 9/18 at Kansas St...................L 3-42 9/25 North Dakota................W 10-9 10/2 at Omaha.....................W 6-3 10/9 Northern Colorado........L 8-24 10/16 at North Dakota St........L 14-21 10/23 Morningside.................W 13-0 10/30 South Dakota St............W 31-6 11/6 Augustana....................W 30-28 11/13 at UNI............................L 24-41 Total (6-5, 4-2-1 NCC).... 181-203

1983

Coach Dave Triplett 9/3 at Wyoming...................L 13-34 9/10 Truman St.....................W 42-9 9/17 Omaha...........................L 10-17 9/24 at St. Cloud St................L 7-41 10/1 Morningside.................W 40-3 10/8 at North Dakota St........L 3-17 10/15 at Northern Colorado...W 16-14 10/22 Minnesota St................W 27-22 10/29 at South Dakota St.......W 48-23 11/5 North Dakota................W 26-16 11/12 Augustana....................W 27-0 Total (7-4, 6-3 NCC)....... 259-196

1984

Coach Dave Triplett 9/1 at Wyoming...................L 13-31 9/8 at Truman St.................W 27-14 9/15 at Omaha......................L 12-14 9/22 St. Cloud St...................W 22-21 9/29 at Morningside.............W 33-22 10/6 North Dakota St.............L 11-35 10/13 Northern Colorado.......W 17-15 10/20 at Minnesota St............W 27-20 10/27 South Dakota St............W 45-42 11/3 at North Dakota............W 16-14 11/10 Augustana....................W 24-6 Total (8-3, 7-2 NCC)....... 247-234

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Coach Dave Triplett 9/7 Neb.-Kearney................W 20-3 9/14 South Dakota St............W 33-18 9/21 at North Dakota............W 45-3 9/28 North Dakota St............W 38-14 10/5 at Augustana................W 42-24 10/12 Morningside.................W 40-38 10/19 at South Dakota St........L 12-24 10/26 Minnesota St................W 35-14 11/2 at St. Cloud St................L 24-40 11/9 Northern Colorado.......W 49-6 11/16 at Omaha.....................W 20-17 NCAA Division II Playoffs 11/30 Central St......................W 2ot 13-10 12/7 North Dakota St.............L 7-16 Total (10-3, 7-2 NCC)..... 378-227

1986

Coach Dave Triplett 9/6 Washburn......................L 14-16 9/13 at South Dakota St.......W 26-14 9/20 North Dakota................W 28-12 9/27 at North Dakota St........L 12-21 10/4 Augustana....................W 48-8 10/11 Morningside.................W 33-10 10/18 South Dakota St............W 51-39 10/25 at Minnesota St............W 16-10 11/1 St. Cloud St...................W 52-0 11/8 at Northern Colorado...W 31-17 11/15 Omaha..........................W 41-8 NCAA Division II Playoffs 11/29 at UC Davis...................W 26-23 12/6 Troy St..........................W 42-28 12/13 vs. North Dakota St*.....L 7-27 * - National Championship game in Florence, Ala. Total (11-3, 8-1 NCC)..... 427-233

1987

Coach Dave Triplett 9/5 Washburn.....................W 17-7 9/12 Central Missouri...........W 38-14 9/19 at Omaha.....................W 10-6 9/26 at South Dakota St.......W 30-21 10/3 Augustana....................W 17-0 10/10 at Morningside.............W 16-7 10/17 St. Cloud St....................L 10-13 10/24 at Minnesota St.............L 17-23 10/31 North Dakota St............W 28-12 11/7 at North Dakota.............L 29-30 11/14 Northern Colorado........L 20-27 Total (7-4, 5-4 NCC)....... 232-160

1988

Coach Dave Triplett 9/3 UW-Stevens Point........W 40-7 9/10 at Central Missouri.......W 35-13 9/17 Omaha...........................L 0-13 9/24 South Dakota St............W 22-21 10/1 at Augustana.................L 14-24 10/8 Morningside.................W 31-6 10/15 at St. Cloud St................L 3-14 10/22 Minnesota St................W 21-3 10/29 at North Dakota St........L 14-34 11/5 North Dakota.................L 9-24 11/12 at Northern Colorado...W 28-24 Total (6-5, 4-5 NCC)....... 217-183

1989

Coach John Fritsch 9/2 Wayne St (NE)..............W 35-0 9/9 South Dakota St.............L 7-14 9/16 at Omaha......................L 7-23 9/23 North Dakota................W 17-14 9/30 at North Dakota St........L 20-40 10/7 at South Dakota St.......W 35-13 10/14 Augustana.....................L 14-45 10/21 at Morningside.............W 23-10 10/28 Minnesota St.................L 3-14 11/4 at St. Cloud St................L 25-28 11/11 Northern Colorado.......W 28-21 Total (5-6, 4-5 NCC)....... 214-222

1990

Coach John Fritsch 9/1 Northern St..................W 21-6 9/8 at South Dakota St........L 3-24 9/15 Omaha...........................L 16-21 9/22 at North Dakota.............L 12-46 9/29 North Dakota St.............L 14-42 10/6 South Dakota St.............L 14-16 10/13 at Augustana................W 32-28 10/20 Morningside.................W 13-6 10/27 at Minnesota St.............L 8-35 11/3 St. Cloud St...................W 31-27 11/10 at Northern Colorado....L 15-51 Total (4-7, 3-6 NCC)....... 179-302

1991

Coach John Fritsch 9/14 South Dakota St.............L 7-19 9/21 at Morningside..............L 7-42 9/28 North Dakota.................L 6-21 10/5 at North Dakota St........L 12-35 10/12 at South Dakota St........L 18-21 10/19 Augustana....................W 27-18 10/26 at St. Cloud St................L 0-45 11/2 Minnesota St................. Cancelled 11/9 at Northern Colorado....L 20-45 11/16 Omaha...........................L 7-15 Total (1-8, 1-7 NCC)....... 104-261

1992

Coach Dennis Creehan 9/5 Northern St..................W 47-14 9/12 at South Dakota St........L 0-13 9/19 Morningside (forfeit)....W 8-31 9/26 at North Dakota.............L 3-52 10/3 North Dakota St.............L 20-39 10/10 South Dakota St.............L 21-31 10/17 at Augustana.................L 7-27 10/24 St. Cloud St....................L 16-29 10/31 at Minnesota St.............L 15-22 11/7 Northern Colorado........L 10-21 11/14 at Omaha.....................W 25-22 Total (3-8, 2-7 NCC)....... 172-301

1993

Coach Dennis Creehan 9/4 Northern St..................W 59-0 9/11 Bemidji St.....................W 42-3 9/18 Minnesota St.................L 31-44 9/25 at Omaha.....................W 27-10 10/2 Augustana....................W 28-14 10/9 Northern Colorado........L 14-24 10/16 at North Dakota St........L 14-35 10/23 South Dakota St............W 29-7 10/30 at Morningside.............W 31-20 11/6 at North Dakota.............L 7-42 11/13 St. Cloud St....................L 10-21 Total (6-5, 4-5 NCC)....... 292-220

1994

Coach Dennis Creehan 9/3 UW-Whitewater...........W 37-6 9/10 at Northern St..............W 45-21 9/17 at Minnesota St.............L 17-35 9/24 Omaha..........................W 30-16 10/1 at Augustana.................L 3-30 10/8 at Northern Colorado....L 16-28 10/15 North Dakota St.............L 13-24 10/22 at South Dakota St........L 10-26 10/29 Morningside.................W 28-12 11/5 North Dakota.................L 20-23 11/12 at St. Cloud St...............W 24-22 Total (5-6, 3-6 NCC)....... 243-243

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2005

2010

Coach Dennis Creehan 9/2 at Truman St.................W 27-10 9/9 Northern St..................W 56-13 9/16 Morningside.................W 35-17 9/23 at Northern Colorado....L 21-28 9/30 St. Cloud St...................W 12-7 10/7 South Dakota St.............L 3-31 10/14 at Augustana................W 24-7 10/21 North Dakota................W 35-0 10/28 at North Dakota St........L 7-14 11/4 Minnesota St................W 28-7 11/11 at Omaha.....................W 55-37 Total (8-3, 6-3 NCC)....... 303-171

Coach John Austin 8/31 at Missouri Western.....W 17-13 9/9 Truman St.....................W 38-14 9/16 at North Dakota.............L 14-42 9/23 at North Dakota St........L 20-45 9/30 Augustana....................W 15-10 10/7 at St. Cloud St...............W 37-0 10/13 Omaha...........................L 7-21 10/21 Northern Colorado.......W 27-6 10/28 at Morningside.............W 30-7 11/4 at South Dakota St.......W 41-28 11/11 Minnesota St................W 24-3 Total (8-3, 6-3 NCC)....... 270-189

Coach Ed Meierkort 9/25 at Minn-Crookston.......W 77-0 9/3 Truman St.....................W 63-24 9/10 Minn-Moorhead...........W 56-10 9/17 at Colorado Mines........W ot 44-41 9/24 Omaha..........................W 59-14 10/1 at Augustana................W 48-17 10/8 Minnesota St................W 35-14 10/15 at St. Cloud St................L 17-24 10/22 Upper Iowa..................W 63-17 10/29 at Minn Duluth..............L 43-56 11/5 North Dakota................W 42-30 Total (9-2, 4-2 NCC)....... 547-247

Coach Ed Meierkort 9/4 at Central Florida...........L 7-38 9/11 at Minnesota................W 41-38 9/18 NW Oklahoma St..........W 48-14 9/25 at North Dakota St........L 16-38 10/2 North Dakota................W 27-17 10/9 at UC Davis....................L 13-17 10/16 UNI................................L 14-19 10/23 at Southern Utah...........L 13-31 10/30 Northern Colorado.......W 34-6 11/6 Cal Poly..........................L 24-38 11/13 at Lamar........................L 20-24 Total (4-7, 1-3 GWC)...... 257-280

1996

2001

2006

2011

Coach Dennis Creehan 9/7 Wayne St (NE)..............W 48-28 9/14 at Northern St..............W 52-28 9/21 at Morningside.............W 42-6 9/28 Northern Colorado.......W ot 27-24 10/5 at St. Cloud St...............W 2ot 38-31 10/12 at South Dakota St........L 17-28 10/19 Augustana....................W 33-28 10/26 at North Dakota.............L 6-29 11/2 North Dakota St.............L 20-59 11/9 vs. Minnesota St*..........L 30-31 11/16 Omaha...........................L 22-31 * - game played in Minneapolis, Minn. Total (6-5, 4-5 NCC)....... 335-323

Coach John Austin 8/30 Winona St.....................W 44-21 9/8 at Minn Duluth..............L 10-14 9/14 St. Cloud St....................L 21-22 9/22 vs. Omaha*...................L 16-19 9/29 at North Dakota St........L 10-42 10/6 at Augustana.................L 7-25 10/13 Northern Colorado.......W 31-19 10/27 South Dakota St.............L 3-20 11/3 at Minnesota St.............L 16-29 11/10 North Dakota.................L 7-48 * - game played in Sioux Falls, S.D. Total (2-8, 1-7 NCC)....... 165-259

1997

Coach John Austin 9/7 Missouri Western..........L 3-10 9/14 Minn Duluth..................L 21-23 9/21 at St. Cloud St................L 15-36 9/28 at Omaha......................L 10-17 10/5 North Dakota St............W 4ot 40-37 10/12 Augustana....................W 2ot 16-10 10/19 at Northern Colorado....L 10-27 10/26 St. Joseph’s (IN)............W 42-7 11/2 at South Dakota St........L 20-27 11/9 Minnesota St.................L 17-23 11/16 at North Dakota.............L 0-20 Total (3-8, 2-6 NCC)....... 194-237

Coach Ron Rankin 9/6 at Wayne St (NE)..........W 59-0 9/13 Northern St..................W 41-16 9/20 at Minnesota St.............L 20-24 9/27 at Omaha......................L 14-38 10/4 South Dakota St............W 21-3 10/11 Northern Colorado........L 31-45 10/18 at Morningside.............W 22-0 10/25 Augustana....................W 35-23 11/1 North Dakota.................L 19-20 11/8 at St. Cloud St................L 7-17 11/15 North Dakota St.............L ot 21-24 Total (5-6, 3-6 NCC)....... 290-210

1998

Coach Ron Rankin 9/5 Wayne St (NE)..............W 24-14 9/12 Truman St.....................W 21-16 9/19 Minnesota St................W 29-26 9/26 Omaha...........................L 7-29 10/3 at South Dakota St........L 10-24 10/10 at Northern Colorado....L 3-34 10/17 Morningside..................L 31-38 10/24 at Augustana.................L 20-27 10/31 at North Dakota.............L 14-33 11/7 St. Cloud St....................L 15-26 11/14 at North Dakota St........L 7-51 Total (3-8, 1-8 NCC)....... 181-318

1999

Coach John Austin 9/4 at Montana...................L 13-45 9/11 at Truman St.................W 38-21 9/18 North Dakota.................L 10-17 9/25 North Dakota St.............L 14-45 10/2 at Augustana.................L 21-35 10/9 St. Cloud St...................W 43-22 10/16 at Omaha......................L 23-54 10/23 at Northern Colorado....L 27-35 10/30 Morningside.................W 21-0 11/6 South Dakota St.............L 30-43 11/13 at Minnesota St...........W 35-9 Total (4-7, 3-6 NCC)....... 275-346

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2002

2003

Coach John Austin 9/6 Concordia-St. Paul........W 34-28 9/13 Minn Duluth.................W 10-7 9/20 at UW-LaCrosse.............L 24-28 9/27 Omaha...........................L 0-34 10/4 at Augustana................W 31-27 10/11 Minnesota St................W 30-0 10/18 at St. Cloud St................L 21-33 10/25 South Dakota St.............L 11-22 11/1 at North Dakota St........L 3-35 11/8 North Dakota.................L 3-37 11/15 Lincoln..........................W 56-7 Total (5-6, 2-5 NCC)....... 223-258

2004

Coach Ed Meierkort 8/28 at Truman St.................W 49-22 9/2 Peru St..........................W 56-0 9/11 Minn-Moorhead...........W 51-3 9/18 UW-LaCrosse................W 45-44 9/25 at Omaha......................L 13-20 10/2 Augustana....................W 23-0 10/9 at Minnesota St............W 30-23 10/16 St. Cloud St...................W 37-21 10/23 at Upper Iowa..............W 45-12 10/30 Minn Duluth.................W 48-21 11/6 at North Dakota.............L 21-41 Total (9-2, 4-2 NCC)....... 418-207

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Coach Ed Meierkort 8/31 Quincy..........................W 59-0 9/9 Minn-Crookston...........W 66-6 9/16 Minn Duluth.................W 27-14 9/23 at St. Cloud St...............W 20-10 9/30 at Central Arkansas.......L 0-24 10/7 Central Washington......W 10-7 10/14 at Western Wash..........W 42-10 10/21 Augustana....................W 38-14 10/26 at Minnesota St.............L 39-44 11/4 Omaha..........................W 45-28 11/11 at North Dakota.............L 26-33 NCAA Division II Playoffs 11/18 at Northwood...............W ot 31-28 11/25 at Grand Valley St..........L 17-35 Total (9-4, 6-2 NCC)....... 420-253

2007

Coach Ed Meierkort 8/30 at West Texas A&M.......L 45-55 9/8 Winona St.....................W 49-28 9/15 at Minn Duluth.............W 36-22 9/22 St. Cloud St...................W 31-0 9/28 at McNeese St...............L 7-31 10/6 at Central Washington..L 40-45 10/13 Western Washington....W 24-10 10/20 at Augustana................W 38-17 10/27 Minnesota St................W 34-23 11/1 at Omaha......................L 14-41 11/10 North Dakota.................L 27-31 Total (6-5, 5-3 NCC)....... 345-303

2008

Coach Ed Meierkort 8/30 St. Ambrose..................W 52-0 9/6 at UNI............................L 13-24 9/13 at Southeast Louisiana..L 30-31 9/20 Culver-Stockton............W 70-7 9/27 at Montana St...............L 18-37 10/4 at Cal Poly......................L 22-49 10/11 Missouri S&T................W 34-3 11/1 at North Greenville......W 63-0 11/8 Southern Oregon..........W 37-0 11/15 at Southern Utah..........W 42-20 11/22 North Dakota.................L ot 31-34 Total (6-5, 1-2 GWC)...... 412-205

2009

Coach Ed Meierkort 9/3 William Penn................W 52-0 9/12 at UNI............................L 7-66 9/19 Drake............................W 51-21 9/29 Southeast Louisiana.....W 44-13 10/3 at North Dakota.............L 12-27 10/10 UC Davis........................L ot 23-24 10/17 at Montana St...............L ot 24-31 10/31 at Northern Colorado....L 17-21 11/7 Southern Utah..............W 45-21 11/14 at Cal Poly.....................W 50-48 Total (5-5, 2-2 GWC)...... 325-272

Coach Ed Meierkort 9/3 at Air Force....................L 20-37 9/10 Eastern Washington.....W 30-17 9/17 NW Oklahoma St..........W 48-10 9/24 at Wisconsin..................L 10-59 10/1 Lindenwood.................W 30-0 10/8 Southern Utah..............W 24-19 10/15 at Illinois St....................L 3-28 10/22 UC Davis.......................W 27-24 10/29 at Cal Poly......................L 24-27 11/12 Missouri S&T................W 48-14 11/19 at North Dakota.............L 37-38 Total (6-5, 2-2 GWC)...... 301-273

2012

Coach Joe Glenn 9/1 at Montana...................L 24-35 9/8 Colgate.........................W 31-21 9/22 at Northwestern............L 7-38 9/29 Illinois St........................L 31-34 10/6 Western Illinois.............L 17-24 10/13 at Missouri St................L 24-27 10/20 vs. North Dakota St*.....L 0-54 10/27 at Indiana St..................L 14-45 11/3 at Youngstown St...........L 10-13 11/10 UNI................................L 21-24 11/17 at South Dakota St........L 8-31 * - game played in Sioux Falls, S.D. Total (1-10, 0-8 MVFC).. 187-346

2013

Coach Joe Glenn 8/31 UC Davis.......................W 10-7 9/7 at Kansas.......................L 14-31 9/21 at Northern Arizona......L 16-22 9/28 at Western Illinois.........L 10-24 10/5 Missouri St...................W 17-14 10/12 Indiana St.....................W 17-14 10/19 at UNI...........................W 2ot 38-31 10/26 at Illinois St....................L 14-28 11/2 Youngstown St...............L 34-38 11/9 Montana........................L 27-31 11/16 South Dakota St.............L 12-27 11/23 at North Dakota St........L 0-42 Total (4-8, 3-5 MVFC).... 209-309

2014

Coach Joe Glenn 8/30 at Oregon......................L 13-62 9/6 William Penn................W 41-16 9/13 at Montana...................L 20-28 9/20 Northern Arizona.........W 28-21 10/4 at Southern Illinois........L 10-41 10/11 UNI................................L 16-27 10/18 at Missouri St................L 12-31 10/25 North Dakota St.............L 7-47 11/1 at Youngstown St...........L 17-28 11/8 Western Illinois.............L 29-44 11/15 Illinois St........................L 26-45 11/22 at South Dakota St........L 14-37 Total (2-10, 0-8 MVFC).. 233-427

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2015

Coach Joe Glenn 9/5 at Kansas St...................L 0-34 9/12 at UC Davis...................W 27-17 9/19 Drake............................W 52-0 10/3 Youngstown St...............L 3-31 10/10 at Western Illinois.........L 21-40 10/17 at North Dakota St.......W 24-21 10/24 Missouri St...................W 40-10 10/31 at UNI............................L 7-20 11/7 Southern Illinois...........W 34-31 11/14 South Dakota St.............L 23-30 11/21 at Illinois St....................L 0-46 Total (5-6, 3-5 MVFC).... 301-273

2016

Coach Bob Nielson 9/1 at New Mexico..............L 21-48 9/10 Weber St......................W 2ot 52-49 9/17 at North Dakota.............L 2ot 44-47 10/1 at Youngstown St...........L 20-30 10/8 UNI...............................W 28-25 10/15 at Indiana St.................W 2ot 33-30 10/22 Illinois St.......................W 27-24 10/29 Western Illinois.............L 34-35 11/5 at Southern Illinois........L 28-35 11/12 at South Dakota St........L 21-28 11/19 North Dakota St.............L 21-28 Total (4-7, 3-5 MVFC).... 329-379

2017

Coach Bob Nielson 9/2 at Drake........................W 77-7 9/9 at Bowling Green..........W 35-27 9/16 North Dakota................W 45-7 9/30 at Western Illinois........W 38-33 10/7 Youngstown St..............W 31-28 10/14 Indiana St.....................W 56-6 10/21 at Illinois St....................L 21-37 10/28 Southern Illinois...........W 42-0 11/4 at UNI............................L 29-34 11/11 at North Dakota St........L 14-49 11/18 South Dakota St.............L 28-31 NCAA FCS Playoffs 11/25 at Nicholls....................W 38-31 12/2 at Sam Houston St.........L 42-54 Total (8-5, 4-4 NCC)....... 496-344

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All-Time Series vs. Opponents AIR FORCE (0-1)

9/3/2011

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ARKANSAS ST (0-2)

9/17/1961 11/17/1962

ARMY (0-1)

11/2/1929

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L, 9-21 L, 0-18

10/4/2003 10/2/2004 10/1/2005 10/21/2006 10/20/2007

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L, 6-33

W, 86-0 W, 26-6 L, 0-19 W, 39-12 W, 46-17 W, 33-14 W, 54-7 W, 62-18 W, 33-0 W, 33-6 W, 35-18 L, 12-14 W, 20-7 L, 12-13 W, 35-20 L, 0-21 L, 20-22 L, 8-15 W, 7-6 W, 14-12 L, 0-43 L, 20-24 L, 6-28 W, 33-14 W, 28-22 W, 52-23 W, 8-7 W, 21-12 W, 28-21 W, 14-7 L, 24-31 W, 30-27 L, 8-14 W, 32-11 L, 6-7 W, 20-10 W, 24-0 W, 30-28 W, 27-0 W, 24-6 W, 42-24 W, 48-8 W, 17-0 L, 14-24 L, 14-45 W, 32-28 W, 27-18 L, 7-27 W, 28-14 L, 3-30 W, 24-7 W, 33-28 W, 35-23 L, 20-27 L, 21-35 W, 15-10 L, 7-25 W, 16-10

A H A H A

W, 31-27 W, 23-0 W, 48-17 W, 38-14 W, 38-17

A

L, 6-41

1911

W, 45-0

BELLEVUE (1-0)

BEMIDJI ST (2-1)

9/14/1963 9/12/1964 9/11/1993

H A H

L, 7-33 W, 14-0 W, 42-3

BOISE ST (0-1)

12/1/1973

H

W, 46-7

A

L, 10-53

A

BRADLEY (1-1)

11/8/1947 A 1948

W, 26-0 T, 6-6 W, 22-5 W, 11-4 W, 17-5 W, 11-0 W, 6-0 W, 23-11 W, 3-0 W, 23-7 W, 55-0 W, 33-0 W, 24-0 W, 7-0 W, 34-0 W, 31-2 W, 27-0 W, 25-0 W, 19-0 W, 19-6 L, 0-20 W, 53-0

CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL (1-0)

DENVER (2-1) 1909 1911 1913

L, 0-10 W, 10-0 W, 42-0

CREIGHTON (9-11-1)

DEPAUL (0-1) 11/4/1933

CENTRAL ST (OH) (1-0) H

(ot) W, 13-10

CENTRAL WASHINGTON (1-1)

10/7/2006 10/6/2007

H A

W, 10-7 L, 40-45

CINCINNATI (0-4)

10/15/1932 10/7/1933 11/18/1939 11/13/1965 9/8/2012

A A A A

L, 0-7 L, 0-14 L, 0-13 L, 0-41

H

W, 31-21

9/17/2005

A

(ot) W, 44-41

COLUMBUS COLLEGE (1-0)

W, 35-27 W, 20-13 L, 27-53

BUENA VISTA (4-1)

1899 1900 1903 1904 1937 H

BYU (0-1) 11/25/1932

W, 38-14 W, 35-13

COLORADO MINES (1-0)

BOWLING GREEN (1-0)

9/9/2017

H A

W, 27-2 L, 6-11 W, 5-0 W, 18-0 W, 48-7

DAKOTA WESLEYAN (20-1-1)

1901 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1915 1916 1918 1920 1921 11/11/1922 H 11/10/1923 A 10/10/1925 H 9/17/1932 H 1938 9/21/1940 H 1945 1948

COLGATE (1-0)

BLACK HILLS ST (1-0)

10/8/1955

CENTRAL MISSOURI (2-0)

9/12/1987 9/10/1988

11/30/1985

AUSTIN COLLEGE (0-1)

11/20/1954

AUGUSTANA (44-19) 10/3/1930 A 1941 1942 1948 11/5/1949 A 10/7/1950 H 10/6/1951 A 1952 H 10/3/1953 A 10/2/1954 H 10/1/1955 A 9/29/1956 A 9/28/1957 H 1958 9/26/1959 H 9/24/1960 A 9/30/1961 H 10/27/1962 A 10/26/1963 H 10/3/1964 A 10/2/1965 H 10/1/1966 A 9/30/1967 H 11/9/1968 A 11/8/1969 H 10/31/1970 A 10/30/1971 H 10/28/1972 A 10/27/1973 H 10/5/1974 A 10/4/1975 H 10/2/1976 A 10/1/1977 H 10/21/1978 H 10/13/1979 A 10/4/1980 H 9/26/1981 A 11/6/1982 H 11/12/1983 H 11/10/1984 H 10/5/1985 A 10/4/1986 H 10/3/1987 H 10/1/1988 A 10/14/1989 H 10/13/1990 A 10/19/1991 H 10/17/1992 A 10/2/1993 H 10/1/1994 A 10/14/1995 A 10/19/1996 H 10/25/1997 H 10/24/1998 A 10/2/1999 A 9/30/2000 H 10/6/2001 A 10/12/2002 H

57

L, 20-37

11/8/1924 (Sioux Falls)

9/6/2003

H

W, 7-0

W, 34-28

1903 1904 1905 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 11/4/1922 A 11/17/1923 A 11/19/1926 A 1935 (Sioux Falls) 1936 A 1938 11/16/1940 A

L, 0-10 L, 5-12 W, 22-0 W, 31-3 W, 68-0 W, 17-0 W, 9-7 T, 0-0 L, 13-20 W, 7-0 L, 0-13 L, 0-12 W, 16-7 L, 0-19 L, 6-12 L, 0-34 W, 6-0 W, 7-6 L, 0-24 L, 0-24 L, 0-39

A

DES MOINES (1-0)

11/14/1925

L, 0-20

H

W, 7-0

DOANE (2-0) 1904 10/12/1940 H

W, 23-0 W, 25-0

CATHOLIC UNIV. (M.D.) (0-1)

DRAKE (8-11) 11/15/1919 10/7/1949 9/30/1950 10/10/1953 10/16/1954 10/6/1962 10/5/1963 9/26/1964 9/25/1965 11/12/1966 11/11/1967 11/2/1968 11/1/1969 11/7/1970 10/23/1971 10/7/1972 9/19/2009 9/19/2015 9/2/2017

H A H A H H A H H A A H H A A H H H A

W, 6-3 L, 6-48 L, 13-41 L, 0-18 W, 33-26 L, 14-15 L, 0-23 L, 14-28 L, 0-17 L, 14-31 W, 37-35 W, 49-28 L, 24-29 L, 28-37 L, 7-49 W, 28-23 W, 51-21 W, 52-0 W, 77-7

CENTRAL ARKANSAS (0-1)

DUKE (0-1) 10/6/1928

A

L, 6-25

CAL POLY (1-3)

10/4/2008 11/14/2009 11/6/2010 10/29/2011

A

L, 7-13

A A H A

L, 22-49 W, 50-48 L, 24-38 L, 24-27

CAMERON (2-0)

9/14/1974 9/6/1975

A H

W, 29-22 W, 43-14

CARLETON (2-1-1) 1901 10/5/1929 A 10/3/1931 H 10/29/1932 A

T, 0-0 W, 6-0 L, 12-13 W, 6-0

1934

9/30/2006

A

A

CENTRAL FLORIDA (0-1)

9/4/2010

A

www.GoYotes.com

L, 0-52

L, 0-24 L, 7-38

CULVER-STOCKTON (1-0)

9/20/2008

H

W, 70-7

EASTERN ILLINOIS (0-3)

9/1/1979 9/6/1980 9/5/1981

A A H

SOUTH DAKOTA

L, 15-24 L, 21-34 L, 17-19


HISTORY/RECORDS EASTERN WASHINGTON (1-0)

9/10/2011

H

W, 30-17

GEORGE WASHINGTON (0-0-1)

10/17/1930

A

T, 0-0

GONZAGA (0-1)

11/19/1932

A

L, 0-12

GRAND VALLEY ST (0-1)

11/25/2006

A

L, 17-35

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS (1-0)

1942

W, 20-13

HASKELL INDIAN NATIONS (0-1)

1934

A

L, 7-14

HURON (4-0) 1908 9/24/1927 H 11/9/1929 H 9/16/1950 H

W, 10-0 W, 32-0 W, 66-0 W, 61-0

IDAHO ST (1-1)

9/18/1971 9/16/1972

H A

L, 6-10 W, 35-7

1921 9/26/1942 A

L, 0-52 L, 0-46

ILLINOIS (0-2)

ILLINOIS COLLEGE (1-0)

11/25/1933

A

ILLINOIS ST (1-6)

10/15/2011 9/29/2012 10/26/2013 11/15/2014 11/21/2015 10/22/2016 10/21/2017

A H A H A H A

W, 7-0 L, 3-28 L, 31-34 L, 14-28 L, 26-45 L, 0-46 W, 27-24 L, 21-37

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN (1-1)

11/30/1933 1935

A H

L, 0-13 W, 7-6

INDIANA ST (3-1)

10/27/2012 10/12/2013 10/15/2016 10/14/2017

IOWA (0-8)

A L, 14-45 H W, 17-14 A (2OT) W, 33-30 H W, 56-6

1917 1919 11/3/1928 A 1934 A 1935 A 1936 A 9/30/1939 A 10/5/1940 A

L, 0-35 L, 14-26 L, 0-19 L, 0-34 L, 2-47 L, 7-33 L, 0-41 L, 0-46

IOWA ST (0-9) 1899 1903 1906 1908 1941 9/19/1953 A 11/16/1957 A 1958 10/10/1959 H KANSAS (0-2)

1900 9/7/2013 A

KANSAS ST (0-4)

L, 6-11 L, 0-23 L, 0-22 L, 0-26 L, 0-27 L, 0-35 L, 0-33 L, 0-53 L, 6-41 L, 0-41 L, 14-31

9/20/1980 9/12/1981 9/18/1982 9/5/2015

A A A A

L, 13-21 L, 10-31 L, 3-42 L, 0-34

LAMAR (0-3) 9/12/1959 11/24/1960 11/13/2010

H A A

L, 9-41 L, 21-41 L, 20-24

LEMARS CRESCENT (2-0)

1899 1899

LINCOLN (MO) (1-0)

11/15/2003

H

W, 5-0 W, 16-0 W, 56-7

LINCOLN MEDICS (NE) (2-0)

1900 1901

LINDENWOOD (1-0)

10/1/2011

H

LOUISIANA TECH (0-1)

1937

A

MARQUETTE (0-5) 11/30/1922 A 1937 A 9/27/1947 A 1948 9/22/1951 A MCNEESE ST (0-1)

9/28/2007

W, 6-0 W, 18-0

W, 30-0 L, 6-20 L, 0-38 L, 6-7 L, 6-33 L, 0-32 L, 6-48

A

L, 7-31

MICHIGAN (0-1) 1912

L, 6-7

MICHIGAN ST (0-5-1) 1913 1916 1919 1921 10/21/1922 A 11/5/1932 A

COYOTES

L, 7-19 T, 3-3 L, 0-13 L, 0-14 L, 0-7 L, 6-20

2018 Football Media Supplement MINNESOTA (2-8) 1904 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 11/8/1930 A 9/11/2010 A MINNESOTA ST (19-12)

9/14/1968 9/13/1969 11/11/1972 11/10/1973 11/16/1974 11/15/1975 9/4/1982 10/22/1983 10/20/1984 10/26/1985 10/25/1986 10/24/1987 10/22/1988 10/28/1989 10/27/1990 10/31/1992 9/18/1993 9/17/1994 11/4/1995 11/9/1996 9/20/1997 9/19/1998 11/13/1999 11/11/2000 11/3/2001 11/9/2002 10/11/2003 10/9/2004 10/8/2005 10/26/2006 10/27/2007

A H A H A H H H A H A A H H A A H A H A A H A H A H H A H A H

L, 0-77 L, 0-17 L, 0-5 W, 10-0 L, 0-14 L, 7-29 L, 0-19 L, 0-81 L, 0-59 W, 41-38 W, 28-14 W, 33-0 W, 35-6 W, 38-3 L, 40-57 W, 34-30 W, 35-9 W, 27-22 W, 27-20 W, 35-14 W, 16-10 L, 17-23 W, 21-3 L, 3-14 L, 8-35 L, 15-22 L, 31-44 L, 17-35 W, 28-7 L, 30-31 L, 20-24 W, 29-26 W, 35-29 W, 24-3 L, 16-29 L, 17-23 W, 30-0 W, 30-23 W, 35-14 L, 39-44 W, 34-23

MISSOURI ST (2-2)

10/13/2012 10/5/2013 10/18/2014 10/24/2015

A H A H

L, 24-27 W, 17-14 L, 12-31 W, 40-10

MISSOURI WESTERN (1-1)

8/31/2000 9/7/2002

A H

W, 17-13 L, 3-10

MONTANA (6-12) 1915 1916 9/17/1949 A 9/18/1965 A 9/24/1966 H 9/23/1967 A 9/21/1968 H 9/20/1969 A 10/24/1970 H 9/4/1971 A 9/9/1972 H 10/6/1973 A 9/21/1974 H 9/13/1975 A 9/4/1999 A 9/1/2012 A 11/9/2013 H 9/13/2014 A

W, 10-7 L, 0-11 L, 13-33 W, 15-14 W, 21-7 L, 3-7 W, 21-0 L, 20-31 L, 7-35 L, 7-14 W, 35-0 L, 19-31 W, 24-10 L, 17-51 L, 13-45 L, 24-25 L, 27-31 L, 20-28

MONTANA ST (0-2)

9/27/2008 10/17/2009

A A

L, 18-37 (OT) L, 24-31

MINNESOTA-CROOKSTON (2-0)

9/25/2005 9/9/2006

A H

W, 77-0 W, 66-6

MINNESOTA-DULUTH (4-3)

9/8/2001 9/14/2002 9/13/2003 10/30/2004 10/29/2005 9/16/2006 9/15/2007

A H H H A H A

L, 10-14 L, 21-23 W, 10-7 W, 48-21 L, 43-56 W, 27-14 W, 36-22

MINN-MOORHEAD (2-0)

9/11/2004 9/10/2005

H H

MISSOURI S&T (3-0) 1902 10/11/2008 H 11/12/2011 H

W, 51-3 W, 56-10 W, 23-0 W, 34-3 W, 48-14

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2018 Football Media Supplement MORNINGSIDE (59-28-6) 1898 T, 0-0 1900 W, 29-6 1901 W, 28-0 1901 W, 11-5 1902 W, 5-0 1903 W, 23-0 1904 W, 23-5 1905 T, 0-0 1907 T, 0-0 1908 W, 21-0 1910 W, 19-0 1911 W, 23-0 1914 W, 20-3 1916 T, 0-0 1917 L, 7-14 1918 L, 0-7 1919 W, 13-3 1920 L, 3-6 11/29/1923 A L, 0-10 11/27/1924 A W, 41-7 11/26/1925 A L, 7-12 11/25/1926 A L, 0-19 11/24/1927 A W, 22-7 10/20/1928 H L, 0-8 11/28/1929 A L, 0-6 11/27/1930 A L, 12-19 10/24/1931 A L, 0-20 10/8/1932 H W, 6-0 10/21/1933 A W, 13-7 1934 H L, 0-14 1935 A T, 13-13 1936 H W, 25-12 1937 A W, 16-0 1938 W, 13-0 10/21/1939 A W, 7-6 10/19/1940 H W, 26-6 1941 W, 26-12 1942 W, 26-6 10/19/1946 A W, 6-0 10/18/1947 H W, 21-19 1948 W, 14-7 10/22/1949 H T, 6-6 10/21/1950 A L, 0-10 10/20/1951 H W, 27-7 1952 A L, 7-27 10/24/1953 H W, 35-7 10/23/1954 A L, 7-41 10/22/1955 H W, 11-0 10/13/1956 A L, 6-13 10/12/1957 H W, 27-6 1958 W, 8-0 11/7/1959 H L, 8-9 10/8/1960 A L, 6-7 10/14/1961 H L, 12-27 10/13/1962 A L, 13-34 10/12/1963 H L, 0-33 10/10/1964 A L, 14-42 10/9/1965 H L, 0-41 10/15/1966 A W, 38-0 10/14/1967 H L, 14-23 10/12/1968 A W, 35-13 10/11/1969 H W, 39-27 11/14/1970 A L, 27-28 10/9/1971 H (Forfeit) L, 35-6 10/14/1972 A W, 41-6 10/13/1973 H W, 60-7 10/12/1974 A W, 49-21 10/11/1975 H L, 29-30 10/16/1976 A W, 17-14 9/10/1977 H W, 24-10 10/7/1978 H W, 28-0

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9/29/1979 9/1/1980 10/31/1981 10/23/1982 10/1/1983 9/29/1984 10/12/1985 10/11/1986 10/10/1987 10/8/1988 10/21/1989 10/20/1990 9/21/1991 9/19/1992 10/30/1993 10/29/1994 9/16/1995 9/21/1996 10/18/1997 10/17/1998 10/30/1999 10/28/2000

A W, 24-8 H W, 16-14 A W, 35-3 H W, 13-0 H W, 40-3 A W, 33-22 H W, 40-38 H W, 33-10 A W, 16-17 H W, 31-6 A W, 23-10 H W, 13-6 A L, 7-42 H (Forfeit) W, 8-31 A W, 31-20 H W, 28-12 H W, 35-17 A W, 42-6 A W, 22-0 H L, 31-38 H W, 21-0 A W, 30-7

NEBRASKA (1-14-2) 1899 1903 1905 1906 1907 1909 1910 1914 1920 10/7/1922 A 9/26/1931 A 1945 9/24/1949 A 1952 A 9/22/1956 A 9/22/1962 A 9/19/1964 A

W, 6-5 L, 0-23 L, 6-42 L, 0-4 L, 0-39 T, 6-6 L, 9-12 T, 0-0 L, 0-20 L, 0-66 L, 6-44 L, 0-53 L, 6-33 L, 0-46 L, 6-34 L, 0-53 L, 0-56

NEBRASKA-KEARNEY (1-0)

9/7/1985

H

W, 20-3

NEBRASKA WESLEYAN (6-1-1)

1910 1912 1913 10/20/1923 H 10/18/1924 H 10/24/1925 H 10/23/1926 H 10/22/1927 A

NEW MEXICO (0-1)

9/1/2016

W, 29-0 W, 39-0 W, 57-7 T, 0-0 W, 19-0 L, 0-3 W, 13-10 W, 26-0

A

L, 21-48

NEVADA (0-1) 11/11/1978 A

L, 7-50

NICHOLLS (1-0)

11/25/2017

A

www.GoYotes.com

W, 38-31

HISTORY/RECORDS NORTH DAKOTA (30-61-5) 1903 L, 0-6 1908 W, 10-4 1912 W, 44-0 1914 W, 30-3 1915 T, 0-0 1916 L, 0-20 1917 W, 19-0 1919 L, 0-13 1920 T, 7-7 1921 L, 0-21 10/14/1922 H L, 0-7 10/13/1923 A W, 13-7 10/11/1924 H W, 6-0 10/17/1925 A L, 0-3 10/16/1926 H W, 12-0 10/15/1927 A W, 6-0 11/10/1928 H L, 0-6 10/12/1929 A L, 6-13 11/15/1930 H L, 0-21 10/10/1931 (Aberdeen) L, 6-52 10/13/1933 A L, 0-41 1934 H L, 0-20 1935 A L, 0-25 1936 H L, 0-6 1937 A L, 7-13 11/9/1940 H L, 0-13 1941 L, 7-14 1942 W, 26-0 10/11/1946 A L, 6-20 11/1/1947 H W, 20-7 1948 L, 7-13 10/1/1949 H T, 7-7 10/14/1950 A L, 7-28 11/10/1951 H W, 33-13 1952 A W, 21-14 11/14/1953 H L, 14-18 10/9/1954 A L, 21-27 11/12/1955 H L, 14-18 10/6/1956 A W, 32-14 10/5/1957 H T, 27-27 1958 L, 14-28 10/3/1959 H W, 31-14 10/1/1960 A L, 7-27 10/7/1961 H L, 7-21 11/10/1962 A L, 0-31 11/9/1963 H L, 0-55 10/24/1964 A L, 14-21 10/23/1965 H L, 7-33 10/8/1966 A L, 17-31 10/7/1967 H L, 6-9 9/28/1968 A W, 17-16 9/27/1969 H L, 26-35 9/19/1970 A T, 14-14 11/6/1971 H W, 29-21 9/23/1972 A L, 3-33 11/3/1973 H L, 21-54 10/26/1974 A W, 37-24 10/25/1975 H L, 17-27 10/9/1976 A W, 14-7 10/8/1977 H L, 0-20 10/28/1978 H W, 24-7 10/20/1979 A L, 22-23 10/11/1980 H W, 32-23 10/3/1981 A L, 0-27 9/25/1982 H W, 10-9 11/5/1983 H W, 26-16 11/3/1984 A W, 16-14 9/21/1985 A W, 45-3 9/20/1986 H W, 28-12 11/7/1987 A L, 29-30 11/5/1988 H L, 9-24

9/23/1989 9/22/1990 9/28/1991 9/26/1992 11/6/1993 11/5/1994 10/21/1995 10/26/1996 11/1/1997 10/31/1998 9/18/1999 9/16/2000 11/10/2001 11/16/2002 11/8/2003 11/6/2004 11/5/2005 11/11/2006 11/10/2007 11/22/2008 10/3/2009 10/2/2010 11/19/2011 9/17/2016 9/16/2017

H A H A A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A A H

W, 17-14 L, 12-46 L, 6-21 L, 3-52 L, 7-42 L, 20-23 W, 35-0 L, 6-29 L, 19-20 L, 14-33 L, 10-17 L, 14-42 L, 7-48 L, 0-20 L, 3-37 L, 21-41 W, 42-30 L, 26-33 L, 27-31 (OT) L, 31-34 L, 12-27 W, 27-17 L, 37-38 (2OT) L, 44-47 W, 45-7

NORTH DAKOTA ST (26-54-2) 11/10/1903 A L, 0-22 1907 H L, 0-54 11/15/1924 H W, 13-6 11/11/1927 H W, 13-0 11/17/1928 H W, 26-6 11/16/1929 H T, 6-6 10/11/1930 A L, 7-25 11/14/1931 H L, 0-13 9/30/1932 A L, 8-18 11/11/1933 H L, 0-14 10/12/1934 A L, 0-20 11/16/1935 (Mitchell) L, 0-20 11/5/1938 H W, 20-0 10/6/1939 A W, 19-7 11/15/1941 H W, 19-0 1942 A W, 37-12 10/10/1947 A W, 13-7 11/6/1948 H W, 41-6 10/14/1949 A W, 40-7 11/11/1950 H W, 31-7 10/12/1951 A W, 19-0 1952 H L, 7-33 10/17/1953 A L, 6-12 11/13/1954 H W, 52-20 10/15/1955 A W, 45-28 11/10/1956 H W, 13-7 9/21/1957 A W, 6-0 11/8/1958 H W, 13-8 9/19/1959 A T, 22-22 11/5/1960 H L, 7-40 9/23/1961 A L, 12-41 11/3/1962 H W, 33-12 9/21/1963 A L, 8-53 10/31/1964 H L, 9-14 10/30/1965 A L, 8-66 10/29/1966 H L, 0-13 10/28/1967 A L, 0-34 10/5/1968 H L, 13-35 10/4/1969 A L, 6-24 9/26/1970 H L, 21-24 9/25/1971 A L, 15-16 11/4/1972 H W, 35-21 9/22/1973 A W, 9-7 11/2/1974 H L, 12-13 11/1/1975 A L, 3-28

SOUTH DAKOTA


HISTORY/RECORDS 10/30/1976 H L, 0-24 10/29/1977 A L, 6-9 9/30/1978 A W, 17-14 9/22/1979 H W, 29-28 10/31/1980 A L, 7-49 10/24/1981 H L, 7-43 10/16/1982 A L, 14-21 10/8/1983 A L, 3-17 10/6/1984 H L, 11-35 9/28/1985 H W, 38-14 12/7/1985 H L, 7-16 9/27/1986 A L, 12-21 12/13/1986 (Florence, Ala.) L, 7-27 10/31/1987 H W, 28-12 10/29/1988 A L, 14-34 9/30/1989 A L, 20-40 9/29/1990 H L, 14-42 10/5/1991 A L, 12-35 10/3/1992 H L, 20-39 10/16/1993 A L, 14-35 10/15/1994 H L, 13-24 10/28/1995 A L, 7-14 11/2/1996 H L, 20-59 11/15/1997 H (OT) L, 21-24 11/14/1998 A L, 7-51 9/25/1999 H L, 14-45 9/23/2000 A L, 20-45 9/29/2001 A L, 10-42 10/5/2002 H (4OT) W, 40-37 11/1/2003 A L, 3-35 9/25/2010 A L, 16-38 10/20/2012 (Sioux Falls) L, 0-54 11/23/2013 A L, 0-42 10/25/2014 H L, 7-47 10/17/2015 A W, 24-21 11/19/2016 H L, 21-28 11/11/2017 A L, 14-49

NORTH GREENVILLE (1-0)

11/1/2008

A

W, 63-0

NORTHERN ARIZONA (1-1)

9/21/2013 9/20/2014

A H

L, 16-22 W, 28-21

NORTHERN COLORADO (14-20)

11/14/1959 A L, 18-27 9/17/1960 H L, 7-16 11/11/1961 A W, 16-14 9/15/1962 A L, 26-35 11/20/1965 A W, 17-0 9/10/1966 (Rapid City) W, 27-12 11/16/1968 A W, 35-14 9/17/1977 A L, 10-13 9/23/1978 H L, 11-20 10/25/1980 H L, 0-40 10/17/1981 A L, 17-27 10/9/1982 H L, 8-24 10/15/1983 A W, 16-14 10/13/1984 H W, 17-15 11/9/1985 H W, 49-6 11/8/1986 A W, 31-17 11/14/1987 H L, 20-27 11/12/1988 A W, 28-24 11/11/1989 H W, 28-21 11/10/1990 A L, 15-51 11/9/1991 A L, 20-45 11/7/1992 H L, 10-21 10/9/1993 H L, 14-24 10/8/1994 A L, 16-28 9/23/1995 A L, 21-28 9/28/1996 H (OT) W, 27-24

10/11/1997 10/10/1998 10/23/1999 10/21/2000 10/13/2001 10/19/2002 10/31/2009 10/30/2010

H A A H H A A H

L, 31-45 L, 3-34 L, 27-35 W, 27-6 W, 31-19 L, 10-27 L, 17-21 W, 34-6

NORTHERN STATE (8-0)

9/29/1923 9/1/1990 9/5/1992 9/7/1993 9/10/1994 9/9/1995 9/14/1996 9/13/1997

H H H H A H A H

W, 27-0 W, 21-6 W, 47-14 W, 59-0 W, 45-21 W, 56-13 W, 52-28 W, 41-16

NW MISSOURI ST (1-0)

1958

W, 22-8

NW OKLAHOMA ST (2-0)

9/18/2010 9/17/2011

H H

W, 48-14 W, 48-10

NORTHWESTERN (IL) (0-5)

10/4/1924 10/2/1925 10/2/1926 10/1/1927 9/22/2012

A A A A A

NORTHWOOD (1-0)

11/18/2006

A

L, 0-28 L, 7-14 L, 0-34 L, 2-47 L, 7-38

(OT) W, 31-28

NORTRE DAME (0-5) 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 OMAHA (25-22-1)

1935 H 1936 A 1937 H 1938 10/14/1939 H 11/2/1940 A 1941 1948 9/29/1951 A 1952 H 11/18/1967 A 11/15/1969 A 9/12/1970 H 9/28/1974 A 9/4/1976 H 9/3/1977 A 11/12/1977 H 9/2/1978 H 11/4/1978 A 10/27/1979 H 10/18/1980 A 10/10/1981 H 10/2/1982 A 10/17/1983 H 9/15/1984 A 11/16/1985 A 11/15/1986 H 9/19/1987 A

COYOTES

L, 7-20 L, 0-33 L, 0-6 L, 0-21 L, 0-44

W, 13-7 W, 29-0 W, 26-0 W, 7-0 W, 14-6 T, 6-6 W, 28-7 W, 26-6 W, 27-19 W, 27-14 L, 20-27 L, 16-26 W, 53-28 W, 33-7 L, 22-28 L, 16-17 W, 35-14 L, 7-23 W, 21-3 W, 23-17 L, 7-18 W, 17-16 W, 6-3 L, 10-17 L, 12-14 W, 20-17 W, 41-8 W, 10-6

2018 Football Media Supplement 9/17/1988 H 9/16/1989 A 9/15/1990 H 11/16/1991 H 11/14/1992 A 9/25/1993 A 9/24/1994 H 11/11/1995 A 11/16/1996 H 9/27/1997 A 9/26/1998 H 10/16/1999 A 10/13/2000 H 9/22/2001 (Sioux Falls) 9/28/2002 A 9/27/2003 H 9/25/2004 A 9/24/2005 H 11/4/2006 H 11/1/2007 A

OMAHA MEDICS (3-0)

1902 1902 1904

OREGON (0-1)

L, 0-13 L, 7-23 L, 16-21 L, 7-15 W, 25-22 W, 27-10 W, 30-16 W, 55-37 L, 22-31 L, 14-38 L, 7-29 L, 23-54 L, 7-21 L, 16-19 L, 10-17 L, 0-34 L, 13-20 W, 59-14 W, 45-28 L, 14-41 W, 12-0 W, 35-0 W, 25-0

8/30/2014

A

L, 13-62

PACIFIC (0-2) 9/23/1939 11/14/1947

A A

L, 0-6 L, 0-52

PARSONS (1-0-1)

1936 10/4/1947

H A

T, 7-7 W, 33-7

PERU ST (2-0) 1938 9/2/2004 H

W, 33-12 W, 56-0

QUINCY (1-0) 8/31/2006

H

SAM HOUSTON ST (0-1)

12/2/2017

A

W, 59-0

L, 42-54

SAN JOSE ST (0-1)

11/21/1940

A

L, 7-40

SIOUX CITY MEDICS (1-0)

1900

W, 23-0

SIOUX FALLS (3-0) 1902 1920 1936 H

W, 33-0 W, 64-0 W, 25-6

S.D. MINES (2-0) 1902 9/25/1954 A

W, 23-0 W, 38-0

SOUTH DAKOTA ST (51-54-7) 1889 T, 6-6 1900 W, 17-0 1901 W, 22-0 1901 W, 6-0 1902 W, 10-0 1904 T, 6-6 1905 W, 17-0 1906 W, 22-0 1910 W, 33-0 1911 W, 15-6 1912 W, 73-7 1914 W, 12-0 1915 W, 7-0 1919 L, 6-13 1920 W, 7-3 1921 L, 0-9 10/28/1922 A T, 7-7 10/27/1923 H L, 0-7 11/1/1924 A L, 3-10 10/31/1925 H L, 0-7 10/30/1926 A T, 0-0 10/29/1927 H W, 16-12 10/27/1928 A L, 0-13 10/26/1929 H L, 0-6 10/25/1930 A L, 6-13 10/31/1931 H W, 10-0 10/22/1932 A T, 0-0 10/28/1933 H L, 0-14 11/18/1933 (Sioux Falls) W, 6-0 1934 A L, 0-19 1935 H W, 7-2 1936 A W, 6-0 1937 H W, 12-2 1938 W, 7-0 10/28/1939 H W, 21-7 10/26/1940 A W, 26-0 1941 W, 40-0 1942 W, 7-0 10/26/1946 H L, 0-20 10/25/1947 A W, 26-7 1948 W, 33-0 10/29/1949 A L, 25-27 10/28/1950 H L, 28-54 10/27/1951 A W, 26-6 1952 H T, 21-21 10/31/1953 A L, 0-25 10/30/1954 H L, 19-20 10/29/1955 A L, 7-27 10/20/1956 H W, 19-14 10/19/1957 A L, 13-21 1958 W, 28-7 10/17/1959 A L, 7-12 10/15/1960 H L, 7-28 10/21/1961 A L, 6-34 10/20/1962 H L, 0-24 10/19/1963 A L, 0-61 10/17/1964 H W, 10-7 10/16/1965 A L, 14-30 10/22/1966 H L, 18-22 10/21/1967 A L, 14-42 10/19/1968 H W, 55-32 10/18/1969 H L, 14-20 10/17/1970 H W, 26-0 10/16/1971 A W, 37-18 10/16/1972 H W, 42-27 10/20/1973 A W, 36-10 10/19/1974 H W, 20-6 10/18/1975 A L, 22-24 10/23/1976 H T, 17-17 10/22/1977 A W, 15-10 10/14/1978 A W, 24-7

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2018 Football Media Supplement 10/6/1979 11/10/1979 9/27/1980 11/8/1980 9/19/1981 11/7/1981 9/11/1982 10/30/1982 10/29/1983 10/27/1984 9/14/1985 10/19/1985 9/13/1986 10/18/1986 9/26/1987 9/24/1988 9/9/1989 10/7/1989 9/8/1990 10/6/1990 9/14/1991 10/12/1991 9/12/1992 10/10/1992 10/23/1993 10/22/1994 10/7/1995 10/12/1996 10/4/1997 10/3/1998 11/6/1999 11/4/2000 10/27/2001 11/2/2002 10/25/2003 11/17/2012 11/16/2013 11/22/2014 11/14/2015 11/12/2016 11/18/2017

A H A H A H A H A H H A A H A H H A A H H A A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H

S.D.-SPRINGFIELD (1-0)

9/27/1928

H

L, 21-26 L, 28-33 L, 13-21 W, 16-7 L, 20-21 W, 28-16 L, 7-20 W, 31-6 W, 48-23 W, 45-42 W, 33-18 L, 12-24 W, 26-14 W, 51-39 W, 30-21 W, 22-21 L, 7-14 W, 35-13 L, 3-24 L, 14-16 L, 7-19 L, 18-21 L, 0-13 L, 21-31 W, 29-7 L, 10-26 L, 3-31 L, 17-28 W, 21-3 L, 10-24 L, 30-43 W, 41-28 L, 3-20 L, 20-27 L, 11-22 L, 8-31 L, 12-27 L, 14-37 L, 23-30 L, 21-28 L, 28-31 W, 20-0

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ST (1-1)

9/14/1957 1958

A H

SE LOUISIANA (1-1)

9/13/2008 9/29/2009

A H

W, 21-0 L, 2-6

L, 30-31 W, 44-13

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (2-2)

10/4/2014 11/7/2015 11/5/2016 10/28/2017

A H A H

L, 10-41 W, 34-31 L, 28-35 W, 42-0

SOUTHERN OREGON (1-0)

11/8/2008

H

SOUTHERN UTAH (3-1)

11/15/2008 11/7/2009 10/23/2010 10/8/2011

A H A H

ST. AMBROSE (1-0)

2008

61

H

W, 37-0

W, 42-20 W, 45-21 L, 13-31 W, 24-19

ST. CLOUD ST (11-15) 9/24/1955 H L, 7-20 9/24/1983 A L, 7-41 9/22/1984 H W, 22-21 11/2/1985 A L, 24-40 11/1/1986 H W, 52-0 10/17/1987 H L, 10-13 10/15/1988 A L, 3-14 11/4/1989 A L, 25-28 11/3/1990 H W, 31-27 10/26/1991 A L, 0-45 10/24/1992 H L, 16-29 11/13/1993 H L, 10-21 11/12/1994 A W, 24-22 9/30/1995 H W, 12-7 10/5/1996 A (2OT) W, 38-31 11/8/1997 A L, 7-17 11/7/1998 H L, 15-26 10/9/1999 H W, 43-22 10/7/2000 A W, 37-0 9/14/2001 (Sioux Falls) L, 21-22 9/21/2002 A L, 15-36 10/18/2003 A L, 21-33 10/16/2004 H W, 37-21 10/15/2005 A L, 17-24 9/23/2006 A W, 20-10 9/22/2007 H W, 31-0 ST. JOSEPH’S (IN) (1-0)

2002

H

ST. LOUIS (0-5-1)

11/18/1922 1936 1937 11/24/1939 11/1/1946 10/27/1956

A A A A A A

ST. MARY (KS) (0-1)

10/27/1961

H

ST. THOMAS (1-0)

9/8/1979

H

TENNESSEE TECH (1-1)

9/15/1973 9/7/1974

W, 42-7 L, 0-24 T, 6-6 L, 0-9 L, 0-6 L, 7-41 L, 7-27 L, 37-38 W, 22-6

A H

W, 30-0 L, 13-17

TROY ST (1-0) 12/6/1986 H

W, 42-28

TRUMAN ST (10-1)

9/24/1977 9/9/1978 9/15/1979 9/10/1983 9/8/1984 9/2/1995 9/12/1998 9/11/1999 9/9/2000 8/28/2004 9/3/2005

TULSA (0-1) 10/8/1927

A H H H A A H A H A H

L, 7-19 W, 14-9 W, 35-10 W, 42-9 W, 27-14 W, 27-10 W, 21-16 W, 38-21 W, 38-14 W, 49-22 W, 63-24

HISTORY/RECORDS UC DAVIS (4-2) 11/29/1986 10/10/2009 10/9/2010 10/22/2011 8/31/2013 9/12/2015

W, 52-0

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L, 12-33

W, 26-23 (OT) L, 23-24 L, 13-17 W, 27-24 W, 10-7 W, 27-17

UNI (19-28-1) 1899 T, 0-0 1901 L, 6-10 1937 H W, 13-0 1938 W, 26-2 11/11/1939 H L, 0-14 1942 L, 0-36 11/11/1949 H L, 14-21 11/4/1950 A W, 14-7 11/3/1951 H W, 27-7 1952 A W, 34-20 11/7/1953 H L, 27-34 11/6/1954 A W, 34-33 11/5/1955 H L, 26-33 11/3/1956 H W, 20-19 11/2/1957 A L, 7-27 1958 W, 38-14 10/31/1959 A W, 27-6 10/29/1960 H L, 0-40 11/4/1961 A L, 7-27 9/29/1962 A L, 0-28 9/28/1963 A L, 6-33 11/7/1964 H L, 6-13 11/6/1965 A L, 0-41 11/5/1966 H W, 30-14 11/4/1967 A L, 7-15 10/26/1968 H W, 13-7 10/25/1969 A L, 2-14 10/3/1970 H W, 41-17 10/2/1971 A L, 0-8 9/30/1972 H W, 21-7 9/29/1973 A W, 19-7 11/9/1974 H W, 26-14 11/8/1975 A L, 19-45 11/6/1976 H L, 7-14 11/5/1977 A L, 14-34 11/3/1979 H L, 9-23 11/15/1980 A W, 16-14 11/14/1981 H W, 34-12 11/13/1982 A L, 24-41 9/6/2008 A L, 13-24 9/12/2009 A L, 7-66 10/16/2010 H L, 14-19 11/10/2012 H L, 21-24 10/19/2013 A (2OT) W, 38-31 10/11/2014 H L, 16-27 10/31/2015 A L, 7-20 10/8/2016 H W, 28-25 11/4/2017 A L, 29-34 UNLV (0-1) 9/18/1976

10/9/1926

WASHBURN (1-1)

1986 1987

H H

L, 26-28

A H

W, 45-12 W, 63-17

A

L, 0-13

VALPARAISO (0-1)

1919

L, 0-12

L, 14-16 W, 17-7

WASHINGTON (MO) (2-1)

10/26/1957 10/24/1959 10/22/1960

H A H

L, 19-25 W, 27-21 W, 7-6

WAYNE ST (MI) (0-1)

9/23/1950

A

WAYNE ST (NE) (8-3) 1937 H 9/28/1940 H 1941 1945 10/5/1946 H 9/17/1966 H 9/16/1967 H 9/2/1989 H 9/7/1996 H 9/6/1997 A 9/5/1998 H

L, 14-69 W, 25-7 L, 0-6 W, 13-0 L, 0-6 L, 0-12 W, 40-6 W, 20-6 W, 35-0 W, 48-28 W, 59-0 W, 24-14

WEBER ST (1-0-1)

11/21/1970 9/10/2016

A T, 21-21 H (2OT) W, 52-49

WEST TEXAS A&M (0-1)

8/30/2007

A

L, 45-55

WESTERN ILLINOIS (3-5)

11/13/1976 10/15/1977 10/6/2012 9/28/2013 11/8/2014 10/10/2015 10/29/2016 9/30/2017

H A H A H A H A

W, 28-7 W, 17-16 L, 17-24 L, 10-24 L, 29-44 L, 21-40 L, 34-35 W, 38-33

WESTERN WASHINGTON (2-0)

10/14/2006 10/13/2007

A H

WESTMAR (IA) (4-0) 11/6/1926 A 11/5/1927 A 10/19/1929 H 1934 H 1948 WILLIAM PENN (2-0)

9/3/2009 9/6/2014

H H

WINONA ST (3-0)

A

UPPER IOWA (2-0)

10/23/2004 10/22/2005

UTAH (0-1)

A

A H A H H A

9/1/1973 8/30/2001 9/8/2007

H H H

WISCONSIN (0-2)

9/20/1975 9/24/2011

A A

UW-LACROSSE (1-1)

9/20/2003 9/18/2004

A H

SOUTH DAKOTA

W, 42-10 W, 24-10 W, 25-0 W, 14-6 W, 42-0 W, 46-0 W, 52-0

W, 52-0 W, 41-16 W, 77-0 W, 44-21 W, 49-28 L, 7-48 L, 10-59 L, 24-28 W, 45-44


HISTORY/RECORDS UW-RIVER FALLS (1-0)

9/27/1975

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W, 14-12

UW-STEVENS POINT (1-0)

9/3/1988

H

W, 40-7

UW-WHITEWATER (1-0)

9/3/1994

H

WYOMING (0-5)

9/11/1971 9/11/1976 9/16/1978 9/3/1983 9/1/1984

A A A A A

W, 37-6 L, 28-42 L, 7-48 L, 11-30 L, 13-34 L, 13-31

YANKTON (SD) (28-2-1) 1889 W, 11-0 1898 L, 4-18 1898 W, 22-14 1902 W, 40-0 1902 W, 23-0 1905 W, 23-0 1906 W, 35-4 1907 W, 39-0 1908 W, 6-0 1909 W, 39-0 1910 W, 29-0 1911 W, 35-0 1914 W, 33-3 1915 W, 46-0 1921 W, 28-0 9/30/1922 H W, 7-0 10/6/1923 H W, 48-0 9/27/1924 H W, 19-0 9/26/1925 H W, 45-0 9/25/1926 H W, 34-0 9/28/1928 H W, 19-0 9/28/1929 H W, 13-0 9/27/1930 H T, 7-7 9/19/1931 H W, 21-6 9/24/1932 H W, 20-0 9/23/1933 H W, 20-0 1934 H W, 20-0 1935 H W, 34-0 1945 L, 0-13 9/28/1946 H W, 19-13 9/20/1947 H W, 25-7 YORK (NE) (1-0)

9/30/1933

H

W, 19-0

YOUNGSTOWN ST (1-5)

11/3/2012 11/2/2013 11/1/2014 10/3/2015 10/1/2016 10/7/2017

A H A H A H

L, 10-13 L, 34-38 L, 17-28 L, 3-31 L, 20-30 W, 31-28

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2018 FootballHISTORY/RECORDS Media Supplement USD All-Time vs. Opponents Air Force.......................................... 0-1 Arkansas St...................................... 0-2 Army................................................ 0-1 Augustana.................................... 44-19 Austin College.................................. 0-1 Bellevue........................................... 1-0 Bemidji St ....................................... 2-1 Black Hills St.................................... 1-0 Boise St............................................ 0-1 Bowling Green................................. 1-0 Bradley............................................ 1-1 Buena Vista...................................... 4-1 BYU.................................................. 0-1 Cal Poly............................................ 1-3 Cameron.......................................... 2-0 Carleton........................................ 2-1-1 Catholic Univ. (Md.)......................... 0-1 Central Arkansas.............................. 0-1 Central Florida................................. 0-1 Central Missouri.............................. 2-0 Central St (Ohio).............................. 1-0 Central Washington......................... 1-1 Cincinnati......................................... 0-4 Colgate............................................ 1-0 Colorado Mines............................... 1-0 Columbus College............................ 1-0 Concordia-St. Paul........................... 1-0 Creighton.................................... 9-11-1 Culver-Stockton............................... 1-0 Dakota Wesleyan........................20-1-1 Denver............................................. 2-1 DePaul............................................. 0-1 Des Moines...................................... 1-0 Doane.............................................. 2-0 Drake............................................. 8-11 Duke................................................ 0-1 Eastern Illinois................................. 0-3 Eastern Washington........................ 1-0 George Washington......................0-0-1 Gonzaga........................................... 0-1 Grand Valley St................................ 0-1 Gustavus Adolphus.......................... 1-0 Haskell Indian Nations..................... 0-1 Huron.............................................. 4-0 Idaho St........................................... 1-1 Illinois ............................................. 0-2 Illinois College................................. 1-0 Illinois St.......................................... 1-6 Illinois Wesleyan.............................. 1-1 Indiana St...................................... 3-1 Iowa................................................. 0-8 Iowa St............................................. 0-9 Kansas.............................................. 0-2 Kansas St....................................... 0-4 Lamar.............................................. 0-3 LeMars Crescent.............................. 2-0

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Lincoln (Mo.)................................... 1-0 Lincoln Medics (Neb.)...................... 2-0 Lindenwood..................................... 1-0 Louisiana Tech................................. 0-1 Marquette....................................... 0-5 McNeese St..................................... 0-1 Michigan.......................................... 0-1 Michigan St................................... 0-5-1 Minnesota....................................... 2-8 Minnesota St............................... 19-12 Minnesota-Crookston...................... 2-0 Minnesota-Duluth........................... 4-3 Minnesota-Moorhead..................... 2-0 Missouri S&T................................... 3-0 Missouri St.................................... 2-2 Missouri Western............................ 1-1 Montana........................................ 6-12 Montana St...................................... 0-2 Morningside.............................59-28-6 Nebraska..................................... 1-14-2 Nebraska-Kearney .......................... 1-0 Nebraska Wesleyan......................6-1-1 Nevada............................................ 0-1 New Mexico..................................... 0-1 Nicholls............................................ 1-0 North Dakota............................30-61-5 North Dakota St...................... 26-54-2 North Greenville.............................. 1-0 Northern Arizona............................. 1-1 Northern Colorado.................... 14-20 Northern St...................................... 8-0 Northwest Missouri St..................... 1-0 Northwestern Oklahoma St............. 2-0 Northwestern.................................. 0-5 Northwood...................................... 1-0 Notre Dame..................................... 0-5 Omaha...................................... 25-22-1 Omaha Medics................................ 3-0 Oregon............................................. 0-1 Pacific.............................................. 0-2 Parsons......................................... 1-0-1 Peru St............................................. 2-0 Quincy............................................. 1-0 Sam Houston State.......................... 0-1 San Jose St....................................... 0-1 Sioux City Medics............................ 1-0 Sioux Falls........................................ 3-0 South Dakota Mines ....................... 2-0 South Dakota St...................... 51-54-7 South Dakota-Springfield................. 1-0 Southeast Missouri St...................... 1-1 Southeastern Louisiana .................. 1-1 Southern Illinois............................ 2-2 Southern Oregon............................. 1-0 Southern Utah................................. 3-1 St. Ambrose..................................... 1-0

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St. Cloud St.................................. 11-15 St. Joseph’s (Ind.)............................. 1-0 St. Louis........................................ 0-5-1 St. Mary (Kan.)................................. 0-1 St. Thomas....................................... 1-0 Tennessee Tech................................ 1-1 Troy St.............................................. 1-0 Truman St...................................... 10-1 Tulsa................................................ 0-1 UC Davis.......................................... 4-2 UNI......................................... 19-28-1 UNLV................................................ 0-1 Upper Iowa...................................... 2-0 Utah................................................. 0-1 Valparaiso........................................ 0-1 Washburn........................................ 1-1 Washington (Mo.)............................ 2-1 Wayne St (Mich.)............................. 0-1 Wayne St (Neb.).............................. 8-3 Weber St.................................... 1-0-1 West Texas A&M.............................. 0-1 Western Illinois............................. 3-5 Western Washington....................... 2-0 Westmar (Iowa)............................... 5-0 William Penn................................... 2-0 Winona St........................................ 3-0 Wisconsin........................................ 0-2 Wisconsin-LaCrosse......................... 1-1 Wisconsin-River Falls....................... 1-0 Wisconsin-Stevens Point................. 1-0 Wisconsin-Whitewater.................... 1-0 Wyoming......................................... 0-5 Yankton (S.D.).............................28-2-1 York (Neb.)....................................... 1-0 Youngstown St............................... 1-5 TOTAL............................... 532-524-34 BOLD: 2018 Opponent

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HISTORY/RECORDS 2018 Football Media Supplement USD All-Time vs. The Conferences FBS ACC Duke...................................... 0-1 American Athletic Central Florida....................... 0-1 Cincinnati............................... 0-4 Tulsa...................................... 0-1 Big 12 Iowa St................................... 0-9 Kansas.................................... 0-2 Kansas St............................... 0-4 Big Ten Illinois.................................... 0-2 Iowa....................................... 0-8 Michigan................................ 0-1 Michigan St......................... 0-5-1 Minnesota............................. 2-8 Nebraska........................... 1-14-2 Northwestern........................ 0-5 Wisconsin.............................. 0-2 Conference USA Louisiana Tech....................... 0-1 Independent Army...................................... 0-1 BYU........................................ 0-1 Notre Dame........................... 0-5

Big Sky Cal Poly.................................. 1-3 Eastern Washington.............. 1-0 Idaho St................................. 1-1 Montana.............................. 6-12 Montana St............................ 0-2 North Dakota.................. 30-61-5 Northern Arizona................... 1-1 Northern Colorado............ 14-20 Southern Utah....................... 3-1 UC Davis................................ 4-2 Weber St............................. 1-0-1 MVFC Illinois St................................ 1-6 Indiana St............................... 3-1 Missouri St............................. 2-2 North Dakota St.............. 26-54-2 South Dakota St.............. 51-54-7 Southern Illinois.................... 2-2 UNI................................. 19-28-1 Western Illinois...................... 3-5 Youngstown St....................... 1-5 Ohio Valley Eastern Illinois....................... 0-3 Southeast Missouri St............ 1-1 Tennessee Tech...................... 1-1 Patriot League Colgate.................................. 1-0

Mid-American Bowling Green....................... 1-0

Pioneer Drake................................... 8-11 Valparaiso.............................. 0-1

Mountain West Air Force................................ 0-1 Boise St.................................. 0-1 Nevada.................................. 0-1 New Mexico........................... 0-1 San Jose St............................. 0-1 UNLV...................................... 0-1 Wyoming............................... 0-5

Southland Central Arkansas.................... 0-1 Lamar.................................... 0-3 McNeese St........................... 0-1 Nicholls.................................. 1-0 Sam Houston State................ 0-1 Southeastern Louisiana......... 1-1

Pac-12 Oregon................................... 0-1 Utah....................................... 0-1 Sun Belt Arkansas St............................ 0-2 Troy St.................................... 1-0

FCS

Division II GLIAC Grand Valley St...................... 0-1 Northwood............................ 1-0 Wayne St (MI)........................ 0-1 Great American Northwestern Oklahoma St... 2-0 Great Lakes Central St............................... 1-0 Missouri S&T......................... 3-0 Quincy................................... 1-0 St. Joseph’s (IN)..................... 1-0 Truman St............................ 10-1

COYOTES

Great Northwest Central Washington............... 1-1

Southern Collegiate Austin College........................ 0-1

Lone Star West Texas A&M.................... 0-1

University Washington (MO).................. 2-1

Independent North Greenville.................... 1-0 South Dakota Mines.............. 2-0

Wisconsin UW-La Crosse........................ 1-1 UW-River Falls....................... 1-0 UW-Stevens Point.................. 1-0 UW-Whitewater.................... 1-0

MIAA Central Missouri.................... 2-0 Lincoln (MO).......................... 1-0 Lindenwood........................... 1-0 Missouri Western.................. 1-1 Nebraska-Kearney................. 1-0 Northwest Missouri St........... 1-0 Washburn.............................. 1-1 Northern Sun Augustana.......................... 44-19 Bemidji St.............................. 2-1 Concordia-St. Paul................. 1-0 Minnesota St..................... 19-12 Minnesota-Crookston............ 2-0 Minnesota-Duluth................. 4-3 Minnesota-Moorhead........... 2-0 Northern St............................ 8-0 Sioux Falls.............................. 3-0 St. Cloud St........................ 11-15 Upper Iowa............................ 2-0 Wayne St (NE)........................ 8-3 Winona St.............................. 3-0 Rocky Mountain Black Hills St.......................... 1-0 Colorado Mines..................... 1-0

Division III CCIW Illinois Wesleyan.................... 1-1 Iowa Buena Vista............................ 4-1 Midwest Illinois College....................... 1-0 Minnesota Carleton.............................. 2-1-1 Gustavus Adolphus................ 1-0 St. Thomas............................. 1-0 Northwest Pacific.................................... 0-2

NAIA Culver-Stockton..................... 1-0 Dakota Wesleyan.............. 20-1-1 Doane.................................... 2-0 Haskell Indian Nations........... 0-1 Morningside................... 59-28-6 Nebraska Wesleyan............ 6-1-1 Peru St................................... 2-0 Southern Oregon................... 1-0 St. Ambrose........................... 1-0 St. Mary (KS).......................... 0-1 William Penn......................... 2-0

No longer offer football Bellevue................................. 1-0 Bradley.................................. 1-1 Cameron................................ 2-0 Creighton.......................... 9-11-1 Denver................................... 2-1 DePaul................................... 0-1 George Washington............ 0-0-1 Gonzaga................................. 0-1 Marquette............................. 0-5 Omaha............................ 25-22-1 St. Louis.............................. 0-5-1 Western Washington............. 2-0 York (NE)................................ 1-0

Defunct Columbus College.................. 1-0 Des Moines............................ 1-0 Huron.................................... 4-0 LeMars Crescent.................... 2-0 Lincoln Medics (NE)............... 2-0 Omaha Medics...................... 3-0 Parsons............................... 1-0-1 Sioux City Medics.................. 1-0 S.D. Springfield...................... 1-0 Westmar (IA)......................... 5-0 Yankton............................. 28-2-1

Old Dominion Catholic University................ 0-1

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Coach (Conference Record) W-L-T Unknown..............................................................1-0-1 Unknown..............................................................4-1-1 No Varsity Football Unknown..............................................................2-2-0 Unknown..............................................................0-0-1 No Varsity Football B.H. Morrison, Manager.......................................1-1-1 B.H. Morrison, Manager.......................................4-1-1 Unknown..............................................................4-2-0 Ralph Norton (part-time).....................................6-1-1 A.H. “Buck” Whittemore......................................9-0-0 A.H. “Buck” Whittemore......................................2-5-0 A.H. “Buck” Whittemore......................................4-2-2 A.H. “Buck” Whittemore......................................4-1-1 A.H. “Buck” Whittemore......................................3-2-0 A.H. “Buck” Whittemore......................................2-2-1 A.H. “Buck” Whittemore......................................5-1-0 A.H. “Buck” Whittemore......................................2-1-1 Joseph A. Pipal.....................................................5-2-0 Rev. James Henderson..........................................7-1-0 Rev. James Henderson..........................................5-1-0 Rev. James Henderson..........................................3-3-0 Ion G. Cortright....................................................5-2-1 Ion G. Cortright....................................................4-2-2 Blaine McKusick...................................................1-5-2 Blaine McKusick...................................................2-3-0 John W. Stewart...................................................1-2-0 John W. Stewart...................................................2-6-0 A.H. “Buck” Whittemore......................................4-2-1 A.H. “Buck” Whittemore......................................2-5-0 L.B. Allison (0-2-1, T7th NCC)...............................2-6-1 L.B. Allison (1-3-1, 7th NCC).................................4-3-1 L.B. Allison (4-1-0, 2nd NCC)................................6-2-0 L.B. Allison (1-4-0, 7th NCC).................................3-5-0 L.B. Allison (3-1-1, 2nd NCC)................................5-3-1 Vincent E. Montgomery (5-0-0, 1st NCC) ............7-2-0 Vincent E. Montgomery (1-3-0, T3rd NCC)...........3-5-0 Vincent E. Montgomery (0-3-1, 5th NCC)............4-4-1 Vincent E. Montgomery (0-4-0, 5th NCC)............1-5-2 Stanley G. Backman (1-3-0, T4th NCC).................2-5-0 Stanley G. Backman (1-1-1, 3rd NCC)...................4-5-1 Stanley G. Backman (1-3-0, T4th NCC).................5-6-0 Harry Gamage (0-4-0, 5th NCC)...........................2-7-0 Harry Gamage (1-3-1, T4th NCC)..........................5-3-1 Harry Gamage (3-1-0, 2nd NCC)...........................4-3-2 Harry Gamage (4-1-0, 2nd NCC)...........................6-4-0 Harry Gamage (5-0-0, 1st NCC)............................7-1-0 Harry Gamage (4-1-0, T1st NCC)..........................4-5-0 Harry Gamage (2-1-1, 3rd NCC)...........................4-5-1 Harry Gamage (4-1-0, 2nd NCC)...........................6-2-0 Cletus Clinker (3-3-0, T3rd NCC)...........................5-3-0 No Football (World War II) Grant Heckenlively...............................................0-4-0 Harry Gamage (1-2-0, 6th NCC)...........................2-4-0 Harry Gamage (4-0-0, T1st NCC)..........................7-2-0 Harry Gamage (4-1-0, 2nd NCC)...........................7-3-0 Harry Gamage (2-2-2, 5th NCC)...........................2-5-2

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Coach (Conference Record).............................. W-L-T Harry Gamage (3-3-0, 5th NCC)...........................4-5-0 Harry Gamage (6-0-0, 1st NCC)............................7-1-0 Harry Gamage (3-2-1, T3rd NCC)..........................4-3-1 Harry Gamage (2-4-0, T5th NCC)..........................2-6-0 Harry Gamage (3-3-0, T3rd NCC)..........................5-4-0 Harry Gamage (3-3-0, T4th NCC)..........................4-4-0 Ralph “Boot” Stewart (4-2-0, T2nd NCC).............4-4-0 Ralph “Boot” Stewart (3-2-1, 2nd NCC)...............4-4-1 Ralph “Boot” Stewart (4-2-0, 3rd NCC)................5-4-0 Ralph “Boot” Stewart (3-2-1, T2nd NCC).............4-5-1 Ralph “Boot” Stewart (0-6-0, 7th NCC)................1-8-0 Ralph “Boot” Stewart (0-6-0, 7th NCC)................1-8-0 Bob Burns (1-5-0, 6th NCC)..................................1-9-0 Marv Rist (1-5-0, T6th NCC).................................1-7-0 Marv Rist (2-4-0, T4th NCC).................................3-6-0 Marv Rist (0-6-0, 7th NCC)...................................2-8-0 Joe Salem (2-4-0, T4th NCC).................................5-5-0 Joe Salem (0-6-0, 7th NCC)...................................2-8-0 Joe Salem (5-1-0, 2nd NCC)..................................9-1-0 Joe Salem (2-4-0, T5th NCC).................................3-7-0 Joe Salem (3-2-1, 3rd NCC)...................................4-4-2 Joe Salem (3-3-0, T4th NCC).................................3-7-0 Joe Salem (6-1-0, T1st NCC).................................9-1-0 Joe Salem (6-1-0, T1st NCC).................................8-3-0 Joe Salem (5-2-0, T1st NCC).................................8-3-0 Bernard “Beanie” Cooper (1-6-0, T7th NCC)........3-8-0 Bernard “Beanie” Cooper (3-2-1, T4th NCC)........4-5-1 Bernard “Beanie” Cooper (2-4-1, T6th NCC)........4-7-0 Bernard “Beanie” Cooper (5-0-1, 1st NCC)..........7-4-0 Dave Triplett (3-3-0, 4th NCC)..............................5-6-0 Dave Triplett (3-3-1, 5th NCC)..............................5-6-0 Dave Triplett (3-3-1, 4th NCC)..............................5-6-0 Dave Triplett (4-2-1, 3rd NCC)..............................6-5-0 Dave Triplett (6-3-0, 3rd NCC)..............................7-4-0 Dave Triplett (7-2-0, 3rd NCC)..............................8-3-0 Dave Triplett (7-2-0, T2nd NCC).........................10-3-0 Dave Triplett (8-1-0, 2nd NCC)...........................11-3-0 Dave Triplett (5-4-0, T4th NCC)............................7-4-0 Dave Triplett (4-5-0, T6th NCC)............................6-5-0 John Fritsch (4-5-0, 7th NCC)...............................5-6-0 John Fritsch (3-6-0, T7th NCC).............................4-7-0 John Fritsch (1-7-0, T8th NCC).............................1-8-0 Dennis Creehan (2-7-0, 5th NCC).........................3-8-0 Dennis Creehan (4-5-0, T6th NCC).......................6-5-0 Dennis Creehan (3-6-0, T7th NCC).......................5-6-0 Dennis Creehan (6-3-0, 4th NCC).........................8-3-0 Dennis Creehan (4-5-0, T6th NCC).......................6-5-0 Ron Rankin (3-6-0, T6th NCC)...............................5-6-0 Ron Rankin (1-8-0, T9th NCC)...............................3-8-0 John Austin (3-6-0, T6th NCC)..............................4-7-0

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Coach (Conference Record).............................. W-L-T John Austin (6-3, T3rd NCC).................................8-3-0 John Austin (1-7, T8th NCC).................................2-8-0 John Austin (2-6, 8th NCC)...................................3-8-0 John Austin (2-5, 6th NCC)...................................5-6-0 Ed Meierkort (4-2, T2nd NCC)..............................9-2-0 Ed Meierkort (4-2, T1st NCC)...............................9-2-0 Ed Meierkort (6-2, 3rd NCC).................................9-4-0 Ed Meierkort (5-3, 4th NCC).................................6-5-0 Ed Meierkort (1-2, 3rd GWC)................................6-5-0 Ed Meierkort (2-2, T2nd GWC).............................5-5-0 Ed Meiekort (1-3, 4th GWC).................................4-7-0 Ed Meiekork (2-2, 2nd GWC)................................6-5-0 Joe Glenn (0-8, 10th MVFC)...............................1-10-0 Joe Glenn (3-5, T7th MVFC).................................4-8-0 Joe Glenn (0-8, 10th MVFC)...............................2-10-0 Joe Glenn (3-5, T6th MVFC).................................5-6-0 Bob Nielson (3-5, T6th MVFC)..............................4-7-0 Bob Nielson (4-4, T5th MVFC)..............................8-5-0

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Top Seasons by Wins

Coach Yrs. Won Lost Tied Titles *Pct. Bob Nielson (2016-pres.) 2 12 12 0 0 .500 Joe Glenn (2012-15) 4 12 34 0 0 .260 Ed Meierkort (2004-2011) 8 54 35 0 1 .606 John Austin (1999-2003) 5 22 32 0 0 .407 Ron Rankin (1997-98) 2 8 14 0 0 .364 Dennis Creehan (1992-96) 5 28 27 0 0 .509 John Fritsch (1989-91) 3 10 21 0 0 .322 Dave Triplett (1979-88) 10 70 45 0 0 .608 Bernard Cooper (1975-78) 4 18 24 1 1 .430 Joe Salem (1966-74) 9 51 39 2 3 .565 Marv Rist (1963-65) 3 6 21 0 0 .222 Bob Burns (1962) 1 1 9 0 0 .100 Ralph Stewart (1956-61) 6 19 33 2 0 .370 Grant Heckenlively (1945) 1 0 4 0 0 .000 Cletus Clinker (1942) 1 5 3 0 0 .625 Harry Gamage (1934-41, 46-55) 18 82 67 7 4 .548 Stanley G. Backman (1931-33) 3 11 16 1 0 .410 Vincent E. Montgomery (1927-30) 4 15 16 3 1 .485 L.B. Allison (1922-26) 5 20 19 3 0 .512 John Stewart (1918-19) 2 3 8 0 0 .272 Blaine McKusick (1916-17) 2 3 8 2 0 .307 Ion G. Cortright (1914-15) 2 9 4 3 0 .656 Rev. James Henderson (1911-13) 3 15 5 0 0 .750 Joseph A. Pipal (1910) 1 5 2 0 0 .714 A.H. Whittemore (1902-09, 20-21) 10 37 21 6 0 .625 Ralph Norton (1901) 1 6 1 1 0 .812 B.H. Morrison (1898-99), Manager 2 5 2 2 0 .666 Unknown (1889-1900) 5 11 5 3 0 .657 Totals 121 533 521 36 10 .505 * ties computed as half win and half lost

Year Record Percentage Coach 1986....................11-3......................786..........................Dave Triplett 1985....................10-3......................769..........................Dave Triplett 2006.....................9-4.......................692......................... Ed Meierkort 2005.....................9-2.......................818......................... Ed Meierkort 2004.....................9-2.......................818......................... Ed Meierkort 1972.....................9-1.......................900.............................. Joe Salem 1968.....................9-1.......................900.............................. Joe Salem 1902 .....................9-0.....................1.000 .................A.H. Whittemore 2000.....................8-3.......................727............................John Austin 1995.....................8-3.......................727.....................Dennis Creehan 1984.....................8-3.......................727..........................Dave Triplett 1974.....................8-3.......................727.............................. Joe Salem 1973.....................8-3.......................727.............................. Joe Salem 2017.....................8-5.......................615...........................Bob Nielson

Most Career Victories Coach Wins Harry Gamage (1934-41, 46-55)....................................................... 82 Dave Triplett (1979-88)..................................................................... 70 Ed Meierkort (2004-11).................................................................... 54 Joe Salem (1966-74)......................................................................... 51 A.H. Whittemore (1902-09, 20-21)................................................... 37 Dennis Creehan (1992-96)................................................................ 28 John Austin (1999-2003).................................................................. 22 L.B. Allison (1922-26)....................................................................... 20 Ralph Stewart (1956-61).................................................................. 19 Bernard Cooper (1975-78)............................................................... 18

Top Seasons by Win Percentage Year Record Percentage Coach 1902 .....................9-0.....................1.000 .................A.H. Whittemore 1968.....................9-1.......................900.............................. Joe Salem 1972.....................9-1.......................900.............................. Joe Salem 1911.....................7-1.......................875..................James Henderson 1938.....................7-1.......................875....................... Harry Gamage 1951.....................7-1.......................875....................... Harry Gamage 1908.....................5-1.......................833...................A.H. Whittemore 1912.....................5-1.......................833.......... Rev. James Henderson 2004.....................9-2.......................818......................... Ed Meierkort 2005.....................9-2.......................818......................... Ed Meierkort 1901................... 6-1-1......................812.........................Ralph Norton 1986....................11-3......................786..........................Dave Triplett 1927.....................7-2.......................777.................. V.E. Montgomery 1947.....................7-2.......................777....................... Harry Gamage 1985....................10-3......................769..........................Dave Triplett 1905................... 4-1-1......................750...................A.H. Whittemore 1924.....................6-2.......................750.............................L.B. Allison 1941.....................6-2.......................750....................... Harry Gamage 1973.....................8-3.......................727.............................. Joe Salem 1974.....................8-3.......................727.............................. Joe Salem 1984.....................8-3.......................727..........................Dave Triplett 1995.....................8-3.......................727.....................Dennis Creehan 2000.....................8-3.......................727............................John Austin

Best Winning Percentage (min. three seasons)

Coach Win Percentage Rev. James Henderson (1911-13).................................................. .750 A.H. Whittemore (1902-09, 20-21)................................................ .625 Dave Triplett (1979-88).................................................................. .608 Ed Meierkort (2004-2011)............................................................. .606 Joe Salem (1966-74)...................................................................... .565 Harry Gamage (1934-41, 46-55).................................................... .548 L.B. Allison (1922-26).................................................................... .512 Dennis Creehan (1992-96)............................................................. .509

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South Dakota Honor Roll All-Americans 1937

1993

Bill Ryan, Halfback

Kasem McCullough, Defensive Back Matt Madsen, Defensive Back

1938

1994

Les Lane, Tackle

Matt Madsen, Defensive Back Dave Bush, Center

1939

Ernie Gunderson, End

1995

1947

Howard Blumhardt, Halfback

1952

Jim Glogowski, Linebacker Steve Opstad, Kicker Corey Peters, Defensive Line

1997

Bob Jennings, Tackle

1968

John Kohler, Offensive Tackle

1969

John Kohler, Offensive Tackle

1970

2000

Russel Burwell, Defensive Back

2004

Gary Kipling, Guard

Brian Alderson, Offensive Line Tim Schellhammer, Defensive End

1974

Dwight Duncombe, Split End

1978

Bill Moats, Defensive Back

1979

Ben Long, Linebacker

2005

Wesley Beschorner, Quarterback A.J. Schable, Defensive End Brian Alderson, Offensive Line Stefan Logan, Running Back

2006

Kurt Seibel, Kicker

Stefan Logan, Running Back Jordan Davis, Defensive Back Christian Morton, Offensive Lineman

1985

2007

1983

Chul Schwanke, Tailback Eric Maxson, Offensive Tackle

1986

Jerry Gilinsky, Center Todd Salat, Defensive Back Tim McFarland, Guard

1988

Doug VanderEsch, Linebacker

1989

Wayne Stastny, Guard

1990

Brian Grady, Guard Joe Harkreader, Punter

1991

1970

Steve Pelot, back........................................................NCC Most Valuable Back

1971

Gene Macken, offensive line................NCC Most Valuable Offensive Lineman

1972

1973

Jamel White, Tailback

Bill Gassen, Nose Guard

1972

Don Abbott, line...................................................NCC Most Valuable Lineman

1999

2002

Gene Macken, Guard

1966

Gary Kipling, offensive line...................NCC Most Valuable Offensive Lineman Henry Heider, defensive back.................... NCC Most Valuable Defensive Back

Dustin Sagedahl, Tight End

1971

James Reid, back..................................................... NCC Most Valuable Player

Brent Petersen, Nose Guard

2001

Steve Pelot, Fullback

Conference MVPs 1958

Amos Allen, Running Back Christian Morton, Offensive Lineman

Vern Henderson, offensive line............NCC Most Valuable Offensive Lineman Dave Garner, defensive line................. NCC Most Valuable Defensive Lineman

1976

Mike Maguire, offensive back....................NCC Most Valuable Offensive Back

1978

Mike Schurrer, offensive line................NCC Most Valuable Offensive Lineman Bill Moats, defensive back......................... NCC Most Valuable Defensive Back

1979

Ben Long, defensive back.......................... NCC Most Valuable Defensive Back Dave Schwab, defensive line............... NCC Most Valuable Defensive Lineman

1985

Ted Hall, offensive line..........................NCC Most Valuable Offensive Lineman

1986

Jerry Gilinsky, offensive line.................NCC Most Valuable Offensive Lineman

1988

Doug VanderEsch, defensive back............. NCC Most Valuable Defensive Back

1995

Jim Glogowski, linebacker................................ NCC Most Valuable Linebacker

2004

Tim Schellhammer, defensive line.......NCC Most Valuable Defensive Lineman

2009

2005

2010

2006

Ko Quaye, Defensive Lineman

Cole Zwiefelhofer, Punter Tom Compton, Offensive Lineman

2011

Tom Compton, Offensive Lineman

2013

Tyler Starr, Linebacker

2016

Miles Bergner, Punter

Brian Alderson, offensive line...............NCC Most Valuable Offensive Lineman Wesley Beschorner, quarterback................NCC Most Valuable Offensive Back

Stefan Logan, running back........................NCC Most Valuable Offensive Back Jordan Davis, defensive back..................... NCC Most Valuable Defensive Back

2010

Cole Zwiefelhofer, punter......................GWC Special Teams Player of the Year

2013

Tyler Starr, linebacker.................................MVFC Defensive Player of the Year

2017

Chris Streveler, quarterback....................... MVFC Offensive Player of the Year

Tim Seevers, Linebacker

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All-Conference Selections North Central Conference (First-Team Picks Only) 1922

Henry Kersten, T LaVerne Saunders, T

1923

Pierce McDowell, QB Harry McFrye, C

1940

Don Forney, B Burdette Wallace, C Grant Heckenlively, C Roy Kessler, B Elmo Solberg, E

Bob Burns, B Don Forney, B Elmo Solberg, E Ed Petranek, T

Henry Kersten, T

1925

John Funston, QB Fred Malone, T

1942

Wayne Carmody, B Ed Pniak, G Wally Olson, B

1926

Fred Malone, T Bill Dunkak, T

1946

1927

Ernest Bacon, B Arnold Crockett, B Roy Stensland, E

1928

Stanley Gidley, B

1929

Marty Carlisle, B

Bob Owens, G

1947

Jack Van Arsdale, B Howard Blumhardt, B Gerald Krutsch, T Norm Bartholow, G Harry Klostergaard, E

1948

1932

Robert Moore, G Lawrence Hanson, B

1933

Howard Blumhardt, B Gerald Krutsch, T Jim Harvey, E

1949

Harvey Hanson, E Clarence Lowe, T

Dan Lennon, G Dale Freeburg, B Gerald Grove, E Cletus Clinker, B LeRoy Everett, T

Freddie Ray, B

Billy Ryan, B Kenneth Aasen, E

1937

Les Lane, T Billy Ryan, B Russell Sauvage, G Dick Berry, B

Les Lane, T Ernie Gunderson, E Dick Berry, B Walt Evans, G Harold Port, B

1972

Carl Johnson, B Ray Rifenbark, T Fred Rovere, B

Gary Kipling, OL Henry Heider, LB Joe Trudeau, TD John Sanders, DB John Divine, MG Gregg Erickson, FB

1955

Carl Johnson, B Duane Leach, B

1973

Vern Henderson, OT Dave Garner, MG Henry Heider, LB Dwight Duncombe, SE Dennis Hennigan, DE

1956

Carl Johnson, B Willie Seibel, L Wayne Ailts, B Ray Schamber, B

1957

1974

1958

1975

Dwight Duncombe, SE Dennis Hennigan, DE John Mehlhoff, DT Jerry Pollard, OG Doug Smith, SS

Jim Hanson, L Harry Hauffe, L Maury Haugland, T Ray Schamber, B

Jim Reid, B Don Delzell, L Ron Eichbauer, B Clint Waymer, L

Mark Jenkins, RB Kelly Higgins, TE

1976

John House, OT Mark Neumann, WR Mike Maguire, RB

1959

Bob Cochoran, G Ron Eichbauer, B

1977

1960

Don Chicoine, C

Dave Schwab, DT Matt Kiger, LB Clyde McCormick, SS Mike Lee, OG Mike Maguire, RB

1966

1978

Bucky O’Connor, T

1961

Don Abbott, LB John Biezuns, B Dave Merkley, DB

Marv Rist, G Harvey Hanson, E

1967

Warren Schumacher, DB

1951

1968

1979

1969

1980

1970

1981

1971

1982

Harvey Hanson, E Gerald Ashmore, B Spencer Brende, B Dick Day, C Bob McDonough, G Dave Graham, E Bob Jennings, T

1936

1954

Bill Moats, FS Mike Schurrer, C Dave Hultgren, DE Russ Dokken, TE Ben Long, LB Dave Schwab, DT

1950

1935

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1941

1924

1938

1939

1952

Ordell Braase, T Bob Jennings, T Chuck Stetson, G

1953

Ordell Braase, T Ralph Polenz, B

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Warren Schumacher, LB Ron Gerhardt, E John Kohler, OT Bob Koch, HB Joe Collins, FS

John Kohler, OT Dan Hankins, FB

Steve Pelot, FB Gene Macken, G Frank Bakalars, OT

Gene Macken, OG Joe Trudeau, TD John Sanders, DB John Divine, MG

Brian Barnes, RB Bob Gruber, DB Ray Ladell, OL Ben Long, LB Dave Schwab, DL

Jeff Dicus, TE Tom Berry, DB

Jeff Dicus, TE Tom O’Boyle, WR Kip Pharis, DL

Kip Pharis, DL Dan Leikvold, WR

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All-Conference Selections (cont.) 1983

Todd Pharis, LB Steve Meyer, OL Kurt Seibel, K Chul Schwanke, RB

1984

Mike Slaton, DB

1985

1997

Brent Petersen, DL Jared Schwenn, OB Deondre Jones, DB Phillip Meehan, U

1998

Phillip Meehan, U

1999

J.P. Buzynski, LB Eric Maxson, OL Mike Slaton, DB Chul Schwanke, RB Rod Tweet, WR

Jamel White, RB

1986

2001

Jerry Gilinsky, OL James Hambrick, RB Scott Jones, QB Tim McFarland, OL Todd Salat, DB Robb White, DL

1987

Steve Eubanks, LB Mark McLoughlin, K Doug VanderEsch, LB Robb White, DL

1988

Doug VanderEsch, LB Steve Eubanks, LB

1990

Joe Harkreader, WR

1991

Tim Seevers, LB

1992

Matt Madsen, DB Dallas Rigdon, OL

1993

Matt Madsen, DB Shayne Maker, DL Kasem McCullough, DB

1994

Matt Madsen, DB Dave Bush, OL

1995

Mike Semmler, OL Steve Opstad, K Jim Glogowski, LB Corey Peters, DL

2000

Russel Burwell, DB Dustin Sagedahl, TE

Mark Blackburn, LB

2002

Bill Gassen, DL Korey Ebel, LB Jarrod Edelen, P

2003

Chris Mikkelsen, KR Tom Moore, OL Stefan Logan, RB

2004

Brian Alderson, OL Stefan Logan, RB Chris Mikkelsen, WR Tim Schellhammer, DL

2005

Wesley Beschorner, QB Brian Alderson, OL Stefan Logan, RB Nathan Carruthers, OL A.J. Schable, LB Jordan Davis, DB

2006

Stefan Logan, RB Christian Morton, OL John Barker, DL Jordan Davis, DB Chris Reid, DB

2007

Great West Conference

Missouri Valley (MVFC)

2008

2012

Abe Booker, DE............. Second Team Ko Quaye, DL................ Second Team Ryan Routh, LB............. Second Team Tyler Spease, LB............ Second Team Mychal Bogan, CB......... Second Team Isaiah Dixon, CB............ Second Team Chris Ganious, RB......... Second Team London Landry, TE........ Second Team Jake Arthur, OL............. Second Team

2009

Noah Shepard, QB............. First Team Chris Ganious, RB.............. First Team Jake Arthur, OL.................. First Team Ko Quaye, DL..................... First Team Luke Nordquist, OL....... Second Team London Landry, TE........ Second Team Wayne Curry, DL........... Second Team Adam Broders, LB......... Second Team Ryan Routh, LB............. Second Team Shane Potter, DB........... Second Team

2010

Cole Zwiefelhofer, P........... First Team Tom Compton, OL.............. First Team Chris Ganious, RB.............. First Team Adam Broders, LB.............. First Team London Landry, TE........ Second Team Dante Warren, QB........ Second Team Will Powell, WR............ Second Team Kevin Robb, K................ Second Team Shane Potter, S.............. Second Team Marquis Butler, CB........ Second Team Jesse Weisbrod, DL....... Second Team Shea Williams, LB......... Second Team

Will Powell, WR............ Second Team Tyler Starr, LB................ Second Team

2013

Tyler Starr, LB..................... First Team

2015

Andrew Van Ginkel*, DE.... First Team Miles Bergner, PK......... Second Team * - MVFC Freshman of the Year

2016

Miles Bergner, PK & P........ First Team Chris Streveler*, QB..... Second Team Jet Moreland, LB........... Second Team * - MVFC Newcomer of the Year

2017

Chris Streveler, QB............. First Team Stetson Dagel, OL.............. First Team Darin Greenfield, DE.......... First Team Brandon Godsey, LS...... Second Team Andrew Gray, S............. Second Team

2011

Tom Compton, OL.............. First Team Adam Broders, LB.............. First Team Cole Zwiefelhofer, P........... First Team Will Powell, WR................. First Team Kevin Robb, K..................... First Team Tyler Starr, LB..................... First Team Jeremy Blount, WR....... Second Team R.J. Polley, OL................ Second Team Marcus Sims, RB........... Second Team Shea Williams, LB......... Second Team Marquis Butler, DB....... Second Team

Amos Allen, RB Brooks Little, WR Christian Morton, OL Tim Schneider, OL Justiss Scales, LB

1996

Jason Leber, U Dontrell Ducker, DB

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All-Academic Teams North Central Conference 1976

Scott Pollock, QB Mike Schurrer, OC

1977

Scott Pollock, QB Mike Schurrer, OC

1978

Steve Claggett, DB Dave Hultgren, DE Bill Moats, DB Scott Pollock, QB Mike Schurrer, OC

1979

Craig Austin, LB

Craig Austin, LB Jerus Campbell, De Dick Hylland, DB Kip Pharis, DT

1981

Craig Austin, LB Jerus Campbell, DE Dick Hylland, DB Tom O’Boyle, WR Kip Pharis, DT

1982

Jerus Campbell, DE Curt Hudek, DB Dan Leikvold, WR Rick McKeever, FB Kip Pharis, DT Jeff Sime, OT Darrell VanderEsch, DE

1983

Mick David, WR Jeff Sime, OT Darrell VanderEsch, DE

1984

Tim Sorenson, WR

1985

Tim McFarland, OG Todd Salat, DB Tim Sorenson, WR

1986

Thadd Heichel, DT Tim McFarland, OG Todd Salat, DB

1989

Jason Seurer, QB Brian Grady, OC

1990

Jason Seurer, QB Brian Grady, OC Tim Seevers, LB

1991

Jason Seurer, QB Tim Seevers, LB Jim Jarding, DB

Jason Seurer, QB Scott Wells, OC

1993

John Flack, OG Tom Menage, RB Chad Kuehl, LB Mike Stodden, DB

1994

Matt Madsen, DB Chad Kuehl, TE Reise Officer, RB Brent Petersen, NG

1995

Mike Semmler, OT Soctt Farrens, WR Jason Leber, RB Brent Petersen, NG

1996

Mike Semmler, OT Soctt Farrens, WR Jason Leber, RB Reise Officer, RB Brent Petersen, NG Matt Chatham, DB

1997

Brent Petersen, NG Matt Chatham, LB

1998

Matt Chatham, OLB

1999

Josh Stamer, LB Scott Larson, DT

2000

Thadd Heichel, DT Murray Droescher, DB Kurt Southwick, WR

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Monte Neitzel, NG Todd Gaines, DB Doug VanderEsch, LB

1992

1980

1987

1988

2001

Missouri Valley (MVFC)

Filip Filipovich, P Jimmy Terwilliger, OL Ryan Justice, QB Chris Mikkelson, WR Eric Tarasewicz, RB Bill Gassen, DL

2012

Will Powell, WR Kevin Robb, K

2013

Josh Vander Maten, WR

2002

Jimmy Terwilliger, OG Chris Mikkelsen, WR Ryan Justice, QB Dave Bents, DL Bill Gassen, NT Jarrod Edelen, P

2013

Miles Bergner, PK/P

2016

Miles Bergner, PK/P

2003

Chris Mikkelsen, WR/KR Dave Bents, DL Jarrod Edelen, P Tim Schellhammer, DL

2017

Chris Streveler, QB

Academic All-Americans 1978

2004

Chris Mikkelsen, WR/KR Tim Schellhammer, DL Nate Carruthers, Ol Nick Hageman, OL Ryan Hedden, LB Luke Mikkelsen, P

Scott Pollock, QB

1981

Jerus Campbell, DE Dick Hylland, DB

1982

Jerus Campbell, DE

2005

Nick Bliek, OL Nick Cunningham, TE Matt Murphy, DL

1983

2006

1986

Jeff Sime, OT

Frank Leibfarth, K Matt Murphy, DL Ryan Mach, OL

Todd Salat, DB

2002

Jarrod Edelen, K................. First Team

2007

David Cronin, TE Frank Leibfarth, K Christian Morton, OL

2006

Great West Conference

2007

2008

Frank Leibfarth, K.............. First Team Matt Murphy, DL.......... Second Team

Frank Leibfarth, K.............. First Team

Brandon White, TE Dustin Little, WR

2009

2009

2011

Chris Ganious, RB Brent Johnson, OL Cory Kuehl, LB Tim Marlette, LB Luke Nordquist, OL Dustin Nowotny, WR Shane Potter, DB Jesse Weisbrod, DL Shea Williams, LB

Chris Ganious, QB.............. First Team

Chris Ganious, QB.............. First Team

Mitch Hauschildt, OL Scott Larsen, Dt Josh Stamer, LB Filip Filipovich, P

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Individual Records Rushing Yards

Game 306, Amos Allen vs. North Dakota, 11/10/2007 Season 1,961, Amos Allen, 2007 (11g) 1,796, Jamel White, 1999 1,751, Stefan Logan, 2005 1,707, Stefan Logan, 2006 1,345, Stefan Logan, 2004 1,327, Steve Pelot, 1970 1,162, Chul Schwanke, 1985 1,155, Stefan Logan, 2003 1,059, James Hambrick, 1986 1,034, Dusty Stamer, 2000 Career 5,958, Stefan Logan, 2003-06 (45g) 3,427, Chul Schwanke, 1982-85 2,871, Chris Ganious, 2008-11 2,513, Jared Schwenn, 1994-97 2,285, Emmett Huston, 1978-81 2,271, Steve Pelot, 1968-70 2,238, Jason Leber, 1993-96 2,220, Jamel White, 1998-99 2,197, Noah Shepard, 2005-09 2,173, Carl Johnson, 1954-56

Touchdowns

Game 5, Noah Shepard vs. Drake, 9/19/2009 5, Scott Jones vs. SDSU, 10/8/1986 Season 20, Steve Pelot, 1970 (10g) 19, Jamel White, 1999 Career 37, Scott Jones, 1983-86 (39g) 36, Noah Shepard, 2006-09 30, Jared Schwenn, 1994-97 30, Carl Johnson, 1954-56 29, Travis Mlady, 2003-06 28, Stefan Logan, 2003-06 26, Jason Leber, 1993-96 25, Steve Pelot, 1968-70 24, Chul Schwanke, 1982-85 22, Wesley Beschorner, 2002-05

Attempts

Game 47, Steve Pelot vs. UNI, 10/3/1970 Season 314, Jamel White, 1999 (11g) Career 808, Stefan Logan, 2003-06 (45g)

Miscellaneous

Yards by a Quarterback in a Game 159, Mark Jenkins vs. UNI, 11/9/1974 Yards by a Quarterback in a Season 883, Scott Jones (10g), 1986 Yards by a Quarterback in a Career 2,197, Noah Shepard (45g), 2006-09 Average Yards Per Game in a Season 178.3, Amos Allen (11g), 2007 Games with 100 Yards in a Season 10, Amos Allen, 2007 10, Stefan Logan, 2006 10, Stefan Logan, 2005 10, Jamel White, 1999 Games with 100 Yards in a Career 34, Stefan Logan, 2003-06

COYOTES

Games with 200 Yards in a Season 4, Amos Allen, 2007 Games with 200 Yards in a Career 4, Amos Allen, 2007 4, Stefan Logan, 2003-06 Seasons with 1,000 Yards Rushing 4, Stefan Logan, 2003-06 Longest Rush 98, Stefan Logan vs. Truman St, 9/3/2005

Passing Yards

Game 520, Chris Streveler at Sam Houston St, 12/2/2017 479, Wesley Beschorner vs. Omaha, 9/24/2005 Season 4,134, Chris Streveler, 2017 (13g) 3,049, Wesley Beschorner, 2005 (11g) 2,547, Noah Shepard, 2007 2,451, Noah Shepard, 2009 2,137, Dante Warren, 2010 2,000, Noah Shepard, 2008 1,984, Ryan Saeger, 2015 1,947, Chris Streveler, 2016 1,938, Noah Shepard, 2006 1,920, Kevin Earl, 2013 Career 8,936, Noah Shepard, 2006-09 (45g) 6,240, Wesley Beschorner, 2002-05 6,081, Chris Streveler, 2016-17 (23g) 5,944, Ryan Justice, 1999-2002 4,759, Jason Seurer, 1989-92 4,361, Dante Warren, 2008-11 3,765, Mark Jenkins, 1972-75 3,639, Kevin Earl, 2012-14 3,576, Tom Engelman, 1969-72 3,570, Chris Daniel, 1979-82

Touchdowns

Game 6, Wesley Beschorner vs. Upper Iowa, 10/22/2005 Season 39, Wesley Beschorner, 2005 (11g) Career 77, Noah Shepard, 2006-09 (45g) 64, Wesley Beschorner, 2002-05 54, Chris Streveler, 2016-17 (23g) 36, Ryan Justice, 1999-2002 35, Dante Warren, 2008-11 31, Chris Miller, 1994-97 30, Mark Jenkins, 1972-75 27, Jason Seurer, 1989-92 24, Jim Foster, 1967-69 24, Tom Engleman, 1969-70, 72 22, Peter Martin, 1995-96, 98-99

Attempts

Game 63, Chris Streveler at Illinois St, 10/21/2017 54, Chris Streveler at Sam Houston St, 12/2/2017 51, Chris Streveler at UNI, 11/4/2017 48, Kevin Earl vs. SDSU, 11/16/2013 48, Ryan Justice vs. St. Cloud St, 9/21/2002 48, Chris Daniel vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/5/1981 Season 481, Chris Streveler, 2017 (13g) 314, Kevin Earl, 2013 Career 1,033, Noah Shepard, 2006-09 (45g)

Completions

Game 39, Chris Streveler at Illinois St, 10/21/2017 34, Chris Streveler at UNI, 11/4/2017 33, Chris Streveler at Sam Houston St, 12/2/2017 30, Chris Streveler at North Dakota St, 11/11/2017 28, Chris Streveler vs. WIU, 10/29/2016 27, Kevin Earl vs. Montana, 11/9/2013 Season 316, Chris Streveler, 2017 (13g) 188, Noah Shepard, 2009 (10g) Career 603, Noah Shepard, 2006-09 (45g)

Miscellaneous

Consecutive Completions (game) 15, Jim Duggan vs. NDSU, 10/6/1984 Longest Completion 90, Wesley Beschorner vs. Omaha, 9/24/2005 Attempts without an interception (game) 47, Chris Streveler at North Dakota St, 11/11/2017 43, Wesley Beschorner vs. Minn Duluth, 10/29/2005 Attempts without an interception (career) 225, Chris Streveler, 2016-17 132, Ryan Justice, 1999-2000 Consecutive games with a TD pass 11, Wesley Beschorner, 2005 Interceptions Thrown in One Game 7, Dick Leising vs. UNI, 10/29/1960 Efficiency Rating 215.2, Wesley Beschorner, 2005 (11g) SEASON 165.6, Wesley Beschorner, 2002-05 (44g) Games with 400 Yards in a Season 3, Chris Streveler, 2017 1, Wesley Beschorner, 2005 1, Noah Shepard, 2009 1, Noah Shepard, 2007 Games with 300 Yards in a Season 8, Chris Streveler, 2017 5, Wesley Beschorner, 2005 Games with 400 Yards in a Career 3, Chris Streveler, 2016-17 2, Noah Shepard, 2006-09 Games with 300 Yards in a Career 9, Chris Streveler, 2016-17 5, Wesley Beschorner, 2002-05

Receiving Yards

Game 234, Brandt Van Roekel at SHSU, 12/2/2017 229, Shamar Jackson vs. YSU, 10/7/2017 205, Dwight Duncombe vs. SDSU, 10/21/1972 Season 1,215, Derek Gearman, 2005 (11g) Career 2,557, Rod Tweet, 1983-85 (33g) 2,521, Will Powell, 2009-12 2,386, Brooks Little, 2004-07 2,279, Chris Mikkelsen, 2001-04 2,010, Dwight Duncombe, 1972-74 2,000, Dan Skelly, 2005-09

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Game 3, Shamar Jackson vs. Weber St, 9/10/2016 3, Dan Skelly vs. Culver-Stockton, 9/20/2008 3, Brooks Little vs. West Texas A&M, 8/30/2007 3, Desmond Allison vs. Northwood, 11/18/2006 3, Derek Gearman vs. Upper Iowa, 10/22/2005 3, Jason Leber vs. Truman St, 9/2/1995 3, Dwight Duncombe vs. SDSU, 10/21/1972 3, Roger Larson vs. SDSU, 10/19/1968 3, Tom Mahan vs. Wayne St (NE), 9/17/1966 Season 14, Derek Gearman, 2005 (11g) Career 21, Will Powell, 2009-12 (41g) 19, Dan Skelly, 2005-09

Receptions

Game 11, Brandt Van Roekel at SHSU, 12/2/2017 11, Shamar Jackson vs. YSU, 10/7/2017 11, Phillip Meehan vs. Morningside, 10/17/1998 11, Dan Leikvold vs. UNI, 11/13/1982 Season 55, Will Powell, 2012 (11g) 54, Brooks Little, 2005 54, Terrance Terry, 2013 53, Shamar Jackson, 2017 53, Eric Shufford, 2014 53, Terrance Terry, 2012 53, Rod Tweet, 1983 51, Brandt Van Roekel, 2017 51, Brooks Little, 2007 51, Mark Neumann, 1976 Career 165, Brooks Little, 2004-07 (45g) 158, Will Powell, 2009-12 150, Chris Mikkelsen, 2001-04 140, Rod Tweet, 1983-85 114, Dustin Nowotny, 2008-11 112, Brandt Van Roekel, 2014-17 108, Terrance Terry, 2011-13 108, Phillip Meehan, 1995-98 106, Dan Skelly, 2005-09 98, Eric Shufford, 2014-15

Miscellaneous

Average Yards Per Game - Season 110.5, Derek Gearman (11g), 2005 Receptions by a TE in a game 8, Aaron Ramsey at Illinois St, 10/21/2017 8, Dustin Sagedahl vs. Minn Duluth, 9/8/2001 Receptions by a RB in a game 11, Phillip Meehan vs. Morningside, 10/17/1998 Yards by a TE in a game 151, Josh Hale at UNI, 11/4/2017 137, Joe Trudeau vs. NDSU, 9/25/1971 Yards by a RB in a game 156, Stefan Logan vs. Omaha, 9/24/2005 Longest Reception 90, Stefan Logan vs. Omaha, 9/24/2005 Receptions by a TE in a season 45, Dustin Sagedahl (10g), 2001 Receptions by a RB in a season 41, Phillip Meehan (11g), 1997 41, Jamel White (11g), 1999 Yards by a TE in a season 623, Kelly Higgins (11g), 1975 Yards by a RB in a season 607, Jamel White (11g), 1999 Receptions by a TE in a career 84, Dustin Sagedahl (21g), 1998-2001

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Receptions by a RB in a career 108, Phillip Meehan (42g), 1995-98 Yards by a TE in a career 1,104, Kelly Higgins (33g), 1973-75 Yards by a RB in a career 1,153, Phillip Meehan (42g), 1995-98 Consecutive Games with a Catch 34, Phillip Meehan, 1995-98

Touchdowns

Total Offense Yards

Game 571, Chris Streveler at Sam Houston St, 12/2/2017 519, Wesley Beschorner vs. Omaha, 9/24/2005 Season 4,854, Chris Streveler, 2017 (13g) 3,500, Wesley Beschorner, 2005 3,196, Noah Shepard, 2007 2,951, Noah Shepard, 2009 2,770, Chris Streveler, 2016 2,645, Noah Shepard, 2008 2,530, Dante Warren, 2010 2,341, Noah Shepard, 2006 2,334, Ryan Saeger, 2015 2,157, Josh Vander Maten, 2012 Career 11,133, Noah Shepard, 2006-09 7,624, Chris Streveler, 2016-17 (23g) 7,476, Wesley Beschorner, 2002-05 5,992, Ryan Justice, 1999-2002 5,958, Stefan Logan, 2003-06 5,459, Mark Jenkins, 1972-75 5,362, Dante Warren, 2008-11 5,120, Chris Miller, 1994-97 4,662, Jason Seurer, 1989-92 4,097, Tom Engelman, 1969-72

Miscellaneous

Average Yards Per Play in a Season 10.2, Wesley Beschorner (11g), 2005 Average Yards Per Game in a Season 373.4, Chris Streveler (13g), 2017 318.2, Wesley Beschorner (11g), 2005 Average Yards Per Game in a Career 331.4, Chris Streveler (23g), 2016-17 247.4, Noah Shepard (45g), 2006-09 Games with 400 Yards in a Season 8, Chris Streveler, 2017 2, Wesley Beschorner, 2005 Games with 300 Yards in a Season 11, Chris Streveler, 2017 6, Wesley Beschorner, 2005 6, Noah Shepard, 2007 Games with 400 Yards in a Career 9, Chris Streveler, (23g), 2016-17 2, Wesley Beschorner (44g), 2005 2, Noah Shepard, (45g), 2006-09 Games with 300 Yards in a Career 15, Chris Streveler (23g), 2016-17 15, Noah Shepard (45g), 2006-09

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Game 5, Noah Shepard vs. Drake, 9/19/2009 5, Jamel White vs. St. Cloud St, 10/9/1999 5, Scott Jones vs. SDSU, 9/27/1986 5, Carl Johnson vs. NDSU, 11/13/1954 Season 24, Jamel White, 1999 20, Steve Pelot, 1970 17, Amos Allen, 2007 17, Scott Jones, 1986 16, Bob Koch, 1968 16, Carl Johnson, 1954 14, Jason Leber, 1996 14, Booker Van, 1972 14, Scott Jones, 1985 Career 38, Jason Leber, 1993-96 37, Scott Jones, 1983-86 36, Noah Shepard, 2006-09 35, Stefan Logan, 2003-06

Points

Game 30, Noah Shepard vs. Drake, 9/19/2009 30, Jamel White vs. St. Cloud St, 10/9/1999 30, Scott Jones vs. SDSU, 9/27/1986 30, Carl Johnson vs. NDSU, 11/13/1954 Season 144, Jamel White (24 TD), 1999 122, Steve Pelot (20 TD, 1 XPT), 1970 102, Amos Allen (17 TD), 2007 102, Scott Jones (17 TD), 1986 102, Bob Koch (16 TD, 3 XPT), 1968 96, Carl Johnson (16 TD), 1954 94, Mark Jenkins (8 TD, 29 XPT, 6 FG), 1974 90, Jason Leber (14 TD, 3 XPT), 1996 88, Ryan Weese (67 XPT, 7 FG), 2017 87, Cody Butler (48 XPT, 13 FG), 2004 Career 276, Miles Bergner (108 XPT, 56 FG), 2013-16 236, Frank Leibfarth (155 XPT, 27 FG), 2005-07 236, Jason Leber (38 TD, 4 XPT), 1993-96 226, Scott Jones (37 TD, 2 XPT), 1983-86 222, Noah Shepard (36 TD, 3 XPT), 2006-09 212, Kurt Seibel (80 XPT, 44 FG), 1980-83 210, Stefan Logan (35 TD), 2003-06 208, Mark McLoughlin (106 XPT, 34 FG), 1984-87 195, Kevin Robb (84 XPT, 37 FG), 2010-12 194, Cody Butler (86 XPT, 36 FG), 2001-04

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Kicking

All-Purpose

Made - Game 4, Miles Bergner at Indiana St, 10/15/2016 4, Miles Bergner vs. Missouri St, 10/24/2015 4, Cody Butler vs. NDSU, 10/5/2002 4, Terry Godfrey vs. Truman St, 9/8/1984 4, Kurt Seibel vs. Morningside, 10/1/1983 Made - Season 17, Kevin Robb (11g), 2011 17, Adam Hicks (11g), 2000 Made - Career 56, Miles Bergner (56-78), 2013-16 Longest 54, Mike Kneip vs. Omaha, 9/15/1990 Consecutive Made in a Season 16, Miles Bergner, 2014 Consecutive Made in a Career 18, Miles Bergner, 2013-14 Consecutive Games with a Made Field Goal 16, Mark McLoughlin, 1986-87 Attempts - Game 5, Miles Bergner at Indiana St, 10/15/2016 5, Adam Hicks vs. St. Cloud St, 10/7/2000 5, Mike Kneip vs. North Dakota, 11/5/1988 5, Terry Godfre vs. Truman St, 9/8/1984 Attempts - Season 26, Terry Godfrey (11g), 1984 Attempts - Career 78, Miles Bergner, 2013-16

Season 2,670, Stefan Logan, 2006 2,403, Jamel White, 1999 2,353, Stefan Logan, 2005 2,137, Amos Allen, 2007 1,654, Bob Koch, 1968 1,563, Stefan Logan, 2004 1,508, Phillip Meehan, 1997 1,493, Steve Pelot, 1970 1,467, Chul Schwanke, 1985 1,407, Dwight Duncombe, 1974 Career 7,859, Stefan Logan, 2003-06 4,449, Chul Schwanke, 1982-85 4,010, Phillip Meehan, 1995-98 3,605, Dwight Duncombe, 1972-74 3,530, Jeremy Blount, 2008-11 3,509, Chris Ganious, 2008-11 3,417, Chris Mikkelsen, 2001-04 3,355, Jason Leber, 1993-96 3,296, Carl Johnson, 1954-56 3,264, Mike Maguire, 1974-77 Yards Per Game - Career 194.3, Amos Allen (11g), 2007

Field Goals

Extra Points

Made - Game 11, Ryan Weese at Drake, 9/2/2017 11, Barry Blue vs. Winona St, 9/1/1973 Made - Season 67, Ryan Weese (13g), 2017 65, Frank Leibfarth (11g), 2005 Made - Career 155, Frank Leibfarth, 2005-07 Attempts - Game 11, Ryan Weese at Drake, 9/2/2017 11, Barry Blue vs. Winona St, 9/1/1973 Attempts - Season 67, Ryan Weese (13g), 2017 66, Frank Leibfarth (11g), 2005 Attempts - Career 159, Frank Leibfarth, 2005-07

Points

Game 16, Miles Bergner vs. Missouri St, 10/24/2015 16, Cody Butler vs. NDSU, 10/5/2002 16, Kurt Seibel vs. Morningside, 10/1/1983 Season 90, Cody Butler (11g), 2004

Miscellaneous

Yards

Kickoff Returns Yards

Longest 100, Chris Mikkelsen vs. Augustana, 10/4/2003 Game 200, Jeremy Blount vs. UNI, 9/12/2009 Season 759, Paul Anderson (34-759), 2016 644, Jeremy Blount (30-644), 2011 637, Dontrell Ducker (31-637), 1996 623, Mike Maguire (32-623), 1975 621, Jeremy Blount (29-621), 2010 616, Alex Perkowski (24-616), 2007 602, Paul Anderson (29-602), 2015 577, James Vann (22-577), 1986 539, James Gregory (27-539), 1992 530, Carlos Phillips (26-530), 1970 Career 1,950, Jeremy Blount (87-1,950) (2008-11) 1,468, Paul Anderson (69-1,468) (2015-pres.) 1,353, James Vann (58-1,353) (1985-89) 1,227, James Gregory (63-1,227) (1989-92) 1,219, Mike Maguire (62-1,219) (1974-77) 1,007, Phillip Meehan (55-1,007) (1995-98) 998, Alex Perkowski (41-998) (2004-07) 923, Marcus Sims (43-923) (2009-12) 791, Dave Elle (33-791) (1987-89) 786, Bob Koch (26-786) (1968-69)

Returns in a Game 9, Jeremy Blount at UNI, 9/12/2009 Returns in a Season 34, Paul Anderson (11g), 2016 Returns in a Career 87, Jeremy Blount, 2008-11

Punt Returns Yards

Longest 85, John Sanders vs. NDSU, 9/25/1971 Game 146, Tom Berry (6) vs. North Dakota, 10/11/1980 Season 471, Kasem McCullough (31-471), 1993 404, Dwight Duncombe (20-404), 1974 368, Tom Berry (30-368), 1980 367, Wesley Beschorner (42-367), 2002 353, Tom Berry (22-353), 1979 306, Mick David (29-306), 1981 302, Stefan Logan (19-302), 2006 286, Ron Eichbauer (12-286), 1959 262, James Vann (29-262), 1986 259, Phillip Meehan (25-259), 1998 Career 968, Tom Berry (77-968) (1978-80) 715, Jeremy Blount (61-715) (2008-11) 698, Dwight Duncombe (46-698) (1972-74) 567, Kasem McCullough (37-567) (1992-93) 558, Mick David (56-558) (1981-83) 532, James Vann (74-532) (1986-89) 528, John Sanders (56-528) (1970-72) 489, Scott Farrens (61-489) (1993-96) 440, Phillip Meehan (49-440) (1995-98) 428, Chris Mikkelsen (39-428) (2001-04)

Touchdowns

Game 2, Mick David vs. UNI, 11/14/1981 Season 2, Mick David, 1981 2, Ron Eichbauer, 1959 Career 3, Mick David, 1981-83

Miscellaneous

Returns in a Season 42, Wesley Beschorner (11g), 2002 Returns in a Career 77, Tom Berry, 1978-80

Touchdowns

Game 1, many times, MR: Jeremy Blount vs. North Greenville (11/1/2008) Season 2, Bob Koch (10g), 1968 Career 2, Bob Koch, 1968-69

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2018 Football Media Supplement Tackles

Season 153, Doug VanderEsch, 1987 145, Craig Austin, 1980 143, Ben Long, 1978 141, Doug VanderEsch, 1988 141, Tim Seevers, 1990 132, Tim Seevers, 1989 123, Brett Neumamm, 1982 122, Craig Austin, 1981 114, Tim Seevers, 1991 113, Ben Long, 1977 Career 437, Tim Seevers, 1988-91 430, Doug VanderEsch, 1984-88 406, Ben Long, 1976-79 336, Matt Madsen, 1991-94 331, Craig Austin, 1978-81 306, Todd Pharis, 1981-84 298, Jim Glogowski, 1992-95 280, Adam Broders, 2008-11 279, Josh Gassen, 2000-03 272, Nathan Lake, 1995-98 272, Shane Potter, 2008-11

Interceptions

Game 3, 7x; MR: Matt Madsen vs. Morningside, 10/29/1994 Season 11, Bob Gruber, 1979 8, Russel Burwell, 2000 7, John Sanders, 1971 7, Todd Salat, 1986 7, Steve Adams, 1988 7, Bill Moats, 1978 6, Mike Slaton, 1983 6, Bill Moats, 1976 6, Rory Triplett, 2000 6, Tim Byred, 1986 6, Matt Madsen, 1994 Career 16, Todd Salat, 1984-86 15, Bill Moats, 1976-78 15, John Sanders, 1970-72 13, Deondre Jones, 1994-97 12, Bob Gruber, 1977-79 12, Matt Madsen, 1991-94 11, Mike Slaton, 1982-85 11, Tim Dacy, 2003-06 11, Jim Kvilhaug, 1987-90 11, Bill Townsend, 1981-82 Longest Return 97, Andrew Gray vs. Southern Illinois, 10/28/2017 89, James Augustus vs. St. Cloud St, 9/14/2001 Return Yards in a Game 104, James Augustus vs. St. Cloud St, 9/14/2001 Return Yards in a Season 151, Bob Gruber (11g), 1979 Return Yards in a Career 174, Jordan Davis, 2003-06 Returned for a Touchdown in a Game 1, many times Returned for a Touchdown in a Season 2, Bob Gruber (11g), 1979 2, Jim Hargens (10g), 1972 Returned for a Touchdown in a Career 2, Bob Gruber, 1977-79 2, Jim Hargens, 1970-72 2, Mike Slaton, 1983-85 2, Kaseem Gaines, 1999-2000

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Sacks

Season 18.5, A.J. Schable, 2005 14.0, Tyler Starr, 2011 11.0, Doug Nielsen, 1988 9.5, Chad Burtch, 1993 9.5, Tim Schellhammer, 2004 9.0, Darin Greenfield, 2017 9.0, Andrew Van Ginkel, 2015 9.0, Tyler Starr, 2013 8.0, Steve Glienke, 1985 8.0, Derek Borchers, 1997 8.0, T Plantenburg, 1995 8.0, Josh Stamer, 1999 Career 27.0, Tyler Starr, 2011-13 27.0, A.J. Schable, 2002-05 21.5, Brent Peterson, 1994-97 18.0, Tim Schellhammer, 2000-04 17.5, Corey Peters, 1992-95 17.0, Wayne Curry, 2005-09 15.5, Josh Stamer, 1998-2000 14.5, Mike Schwab, 1983-86 13.5, Chad Burtch, 1991-94 13.0, Darin Greenfield, 2016-pres. 13.0, Zach Johnson, 2004-07

Tackles-For-Loss

Season 22.5, A.J. Schable, 2005 22.5, Bill Gassen, 2002 21.0, Josh Stamer, 2000 21.0, Aaron Dietrich, 2001 21.0, Jim Glogowski, 1995 19.5, Darin Greenfield, 2017 19.5, John Morales, 2007 19.0, Scott Larson, 2000 19.0, Tyler Starr, 2011 19.0, Aaron Dietrich, 2001 Career 50.5, Bill Gassen, 1999-2002 48.0, Scott Larson, 1997-2000 44.5, A.J. Schable, 2002-05 44.0, Brent Petersen, 1994-97 42.0, Aaron Dietrich, 1999-2003 41.0, Tyler Starr, 2011-13 41.0, Jim Glogowski, 1992-95 35.5, Josh Stamer, 1997-2000 33.5, Tim Schellhammer, 2001-04 32.5, Corey Peters, 1992-95

Fumbles

Longest Return 100, Joe Quintal vs. SDSU, 1922

Freshman Records

Total Offense - Yards in a Game 319, Ryan Justice vs. SDSU, 11/6/1999 Total Offense - Yards in a Season 2,341, Noah Shepard (13g), 2006 Rushing - Yards in a Game 242, Dusty Stamer vs. SDSU, 11/4/2000 Rushing - Yards in a Season 1,155, Stefan Logan (11g), 2003 Rushing - Touchdowns in a Season 9, Dusty Stamer (11g), 2000 Longest Rushing Touchdown 84, T.J. Simmons vs. Truman St, 9/3/2005 Passing - Yards in a Game 326, Ryan Justice vs. SDSU, 11/6/1999 Passing - Yards in a Season 1,938, Noah Shepard (13g), 2006 Passing - Completions in a Game 21, Ryan Justice vs. SDSU, 11/6/1999 Passing - Attempts in a Game 35, Ryan Justice vs. SDSU, 11/6/1999 Receiving - Receptions in a Game 9, Riley Donovan at UNI, 10/19/2013 Receiving - Receptions in a Season 53, Rod Tweet (11g), 1983 Receiving - Yards in a Season 869, Rod Tweet (11g), 1983 Receiving - Touchdowns in a Season 5, Kody Case (12g), 2017 4, Tom Flanagan (10g), 2009

Punting

Longest Punt 89, Jim Jackson vs. UNI, 9/30/1972 Attempts in a Game 15, Filip Filipovic vs. North Dakota, 9/16/2000 Yards in a Game 616, Filip Filipovic vs. North Dakota, 9/16/2000 Attempts in a Season 80, Kurt Seibel (11g), 1982 Yards in a Season 3,377, Bill Moats (11g), 1978 Average Yards Per Punt in a Season 47.5, Miles Bergner (11g), 2016 Attempts in a Career 286, Kurt Seibel, 1980-83 Yards in a Career 11,223, Miles Bergner, 2013-16 Average Yards Per Punt in a Career 42.8, Miles Bergner, 2013-16

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Team Records Coyote Records

Opponent Records

Attempts Game............................82 vs. UNI, 1970, 10/3/1970 Season.........................666 (14g), 1986 Yards Game............................581 vs. St. Cloud St, 11/1/1986 Season.........................3,465 (11g), 1986 Average Per Game.......319.6 (8g, 2,557 yards), 1955

Attempts Game............................86 vs. Nebraska, 1952 Season.........................608 (11g), 1975 Yards Game............................442, NDSU, 9/29/1990 Season.........................2,814 (12g), 2014

Rushing

Passing

Attempts Game............................63 at Illinois State, 10/21/2017 Season.........................510 (13g), 2017 Completions Game............................39 at Illinois State, 10/21/2017 Season.........................333 (13g), 2017 Yards Game............................520 at Sam Houston State, 12/2/2017 Season.........................4,331 (13g), 2017 Touchdowns Game............................6, three times, MR: at Drake, 9/2/2017 Season.........................39 (11g), 2005 Interceptions Game............................8 vs. UNI, 10/29/1960 Season.........................24 (11g), 1975

Scoring

Points Game............................86 vs. Augustana (0), 1930 Season.........................547 (11g), 2005 Average Per Game.......49.7 (11g), 2005 Touchdowns Season.........................77 (11g), 2005 Rushing........................39 (11g), 1986 Passing.........................39 (11g), 2005 By Blocked Punt...........2 (11g), 1974 By Pass Interception.....3 (11g), 2001, 2003, 2017

Total Offense

Lowest Game............................97 vs. Omaha, 9/12/1970 & vs. UNI, 10/3/1970 Season.........................852 (11g), 1975 Average Per Game.......82.6 (10g), 1970 Highest Game............................746 vs. Truman St, 9/3/2005 Season.........................6,807 (13g), 2017 Average Per Game.......583.3 (11g), 2005 Average Per Play..........14.6 vs. Truman St, 9/3/2005

Rushing

Passing

Attempts Game............................60, Eastern Washington, 9/10/2011 Season.........................418 (13g), 2017 Completions Game............................38, Eastern Washington, 9/10/2011 Season.........................251 (13g), 2006 Yards High Game...................505, Sam Houston State, 12/2/2017 Low Game....................0, NDSU, 10/29/1977 & William Penn, 9/6/2014 Season.........................3,436 (13g), 2017 Touchdowns Game............................5, SDSU, 10/19/1963 ......................................5, Nevada, 11/11/1978 ......................................5, NDSU, 11/1/2003 ......................................5, Western Illinois, 11/8/2014 Season.........................26 (12g), 2014 Interceptions Game............................6, SDSU, 10/29/1983 Season.........................26 (11g), 1979

Total Offense

Lowest Game............................98 vs. Minnesota St, 11/16/1974 Season.........................827 (11g), 1975 Average Per Game.......77.1 (10g), 1971 Highest Game............................708, Sam Houston State, 12/2/2017 ......................................673, Oregon, 8/30/2014 Season.........................5,600 (12g), 2014 Average Per Game.......484.1 (11g), 2016

First Downs

Total Game............................33, Minnesota St, 11/16/1974 & SHSU, 12/2/2017 Season.........................269 (12g), 2014

First Downs

Total Game............................34 vs. Central Washington, 10/6/2007 Season.........................356 (13g), 2017 Average Per Game.......27.3 (13g), 2017 Miscellaneous Game by Rushing.........28 vs. St. Cloud St, 11/1/1986 Game by Passing.........24 at Illinois State, 10/21/2017 Game by Penalty..........6, four times (twice in 2017) Fewest Yds Penalized..0 vs. Northern Colorado, 1986

Kicking

Extra Points Game............................11 vs. Minn-Crookston, 9/25/2005 & at Drake, 9/2/2017 Season Made...............69 (11g), 2005 Season Attempted........70 (11g), 2005

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HISTORY/RECORDS

PROFESSIONAL COYOTES in the NFL, CFL & IFL (since 1960)

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Stefan Logan Detroit 2010-12

A.J. Schable Arizona 2006

Matt Chatham New England 2000-05

Tom Compton Washington 2011-15

John Kohler OL Denver Broncos ...................... 1969 James Foster QB Washington Redskins.............. 1970 Steve Pelot RB New England Patriots.............. 1970 Tony Glass OL Minnesota Vikings................... 1971 Gary Kipling OT St. Louis Cardinals ................... 1973 Gene Macken OT Atlanta Falcons ....................... 1973 Johnny Vann DB Washington Redskins......... 1973-74 Gregg Erickson RB Chicago Bears ......................... 1974 Dwight Duncombe WR Atlanta Falcons ...................... 1974 John Sanders DB New England Patriots......... 1974-76 Philadelphia Eagles............. 1977-79 Clyde McCormick DB Buffalo Bills.............................. 1978 Oakland Raiders...................... 1979 Bill Moats DB Green Bay Packers .................. 1979 Dave Schwab DT Green Bay Packers................... 1980 Ben Long LB Miami Dolphins ...................... 1980 Crain Austin LB Seattle Seahawks .................... 1982 LA Express................................ 1983 Brian Barnes RB Houston Oilers ........................ 1980 Jeff Davis DB Denver Broncos ...................... 1884 San Diego Chargers ................. 1985 Duke Schamel LB Los Angeles Rams.................... 1985 Mike Slaton DB Minnesota Vikings .................. 1986 New York Jets.......................... 1987 Chul Schwanke RB Los Angeles Rams.................... 1986 Rod Tweet WR Atlanta Falcons........................ 1986 Cincinnati Bengals................... 1987 Eric Maxson OT St. Louis Cardinals.................... 1986 Tim McFarland OL St. Louis Cardinals.................... 1987 Jerry Gilinsky OL Miami Dolphins....................... 1987

Robb White DL New York Giants...................... 1987 Washington Redskins.............. 1987 Dave Elle TE St. Louis Cardinals.................... 1987 Jamel White RB Indianapolis Colts.................... 1999 Cleveland Browns.................... 1999 Tampa Bay Bucs....................... 2004 Detroit Lions............................ 2005 Matt Chatham LB New England Patriots ........ 2000-05 New York Jets..................... 2006-07 Josh Stamer LB Buffalo Bills ........................ 2003-07 Tennessee Titans .................... 2008 Cleveland Browns ................... 2009 Buffalo Bills.............................. 2009 Josh Burr OL Pittsburgh Steelers.................. 2002 Filip Filipovic P Dallas Cowboys ....................... 2002 San Francisco 49ers ................ 2003 Minnesota Vikings .................. 2004 Philadelphia Eagles.................. 2005 Houston Texans ...................... 2006 Chicago Bears ......................... 2007 A.J. Schable DE Arizona Cardinals..................... 2006 Stefan Logan RB-KR Pittsburgh Steelers.................. 2009 Detroit Lions....................... 2010-12 B.C. Lions............................ 2013-14 Montreal Alouettes........ 2015-pres. Ko Quaye DT Jacksonville Jaguars................. 2010 Cleveland Browns ................... 2010 Byron Bullock LB Sasckatchewan Roughriders.... 2010 Tom Compton OL Washington Redskins......... 2011-15 Atlanta Falcons........................ 2016 Chicago Bears.......................... 2017 Minnesota Vikings.......... 2018-pres. Tyler Starr LB Atlanta Falcons................... 2014-16 Drew Iddings Carolina Panthers........... 2017-pres. Miles Bergner Colorado Crush........................ 2017 Sioux Falls Storm............ 2018-pres. Chris Streveler Winnipeg Blue Bombers... 2018-pres.


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