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Dayton Flyers safety Nick Weston earns PFL Player of the Week

University of Dayton safety Nick Weston has been named Pioneer Football League Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts in Saturday’s 21-14 win at Robert Morris.
Weston, a 2010 graduate of Cincinnati St. Xavier High School, led the Flyers with 11 tackles in the win. He also had Dayton’s only interception and batted down a pass. UD held RMU to just 75 yards rushing and a 6-for-24 passing effort.

Nick Weston (courtesy Dayton)

After missing all but a fraction of the 2012 season opener due to an injury, Weston has returned to the starting lineup and is tied for second on the team in tackles (18).
CollegeSportsMadness.com also named Weston its PFL Defensive Player of the Week.
Dayton, 2-1 on the year, had a bye week last Saturday. On Sept. 28, the Flyers will open PFL play against the team they concluded the 2012 season, Marist. The Red Foxes will travel to Welcome Stadium for a 1 p.m. ET kickoff. Marist is currently 1-2 on the year.
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Dayton Flyers win at Robert Morris; ends non-conference 2-1


Moon Township, Pa. — The University of Dayton gained 140 yards and scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to beat Robert Morris 21-14 on the road Saturday. Dayton’s second straight win improves the Flyers 2-1 on the year, while RMU fell to 1-2.
UD outgained Robert Morris 327-187 despite being held to just eight yards in the third period. Wideout Brandon Johnson scored two TD’s on the afternoon, catching six passes for 133 yards. Quarterback Will Bardo was 13 of 26 passing for 183 yards and the pair of touchdowns. The running back tandem of Robert Washington and Connor Kacsor combined to gain 123 yards on 33 attempts, Kacsor scored Dayton’s third touchdown on a two-yard run with 5:44 left in the game.
Safety Nick Weston led Dayton with 11 tackles, an interception and a pass breakup. Punter Kyle Pignatiello averaged 42.5 yards a punt on six punts, with three of them being inside the 20-yard line.
Dayton took the opening kickoff and drove 75 yards in eight plays to take a 7-0 lead. The Flyers capitalized on a 15-yard facemask penalty tacked onto the end of a Bardo run to get out of a third-and-24 hole, and on the next play, Bardo hit Johnson for a 22-yard score.
A mishandled punt gave RMU the ball on the UD 11-yard-line, and Colonial quarterback Paul Jones hit D.J. Pearson to tie the game. Robert Morris would not penetrate Dayton territory again until its final possession of the third quarter, but on a third-and-one at the Flyer 33, RMU tried to catch the Dayton secondary napping. Instead, Devon Morgan and Chris Beaschler sacked Jones for a 13-yard loss.
The punt that followed the sack pinned UD back on its own seven-yard line, but the Flyers responded with a seven-play, 93-yard drive that resulted in a Bardo-to-Johnson 41-yard score. On the ensuing kickoff, Dayton’s Nolan Harmotto stripped RMU return man Brian Jones of the ball, and Flyer backup linebacker Mitch Sanders recovered the fumble at the Robert Morris 39.
Dayton covered those 39 yards in 10 plays (nine on the ground), with Kacsor scoring from the two-yard line. Not only did the Flyers make it a two-score game, but they also took six minutes and five seconds off the clock.
The UD defense came up with a three-and-out and got the ball back at midfield with 4:49 to go. The Flyers only gained 15 yards, but they ran seven plays, kept the ball for 2:39 and most importantly, forced the Colonials to use all three of their time outs.
RMU was able to score on a 40-yard Jones-to-Duane Mitchell pass, but Dayton co-captain Colin Monnier gathered in the on-side kick. Unable to stop the clock, Robert Morris could only watch Dayton take a knee three times, and then the 21-14 win.
It was the Flyers’ 11th straight win over Robert Morris. UD leads the series 14-2.
Dayton has a week off in the schedule before opening Pioneer Football League play on Saturday, Sept. 28 against Marist. Game time at Welcome Stadium is 1:00 p.m.
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OSU vs. Florida A&M (Postgame Video)

Ohio State – Florida A&M Postgame: Kenny Guiton
Ohio State QB Kenny Guiton filled in again for the injured Braxton Miller and threw a school record six TD passes to lead the Buckeyes to a 72-0 win over Florida A&M in front of 103,000 at Ohio Stadium.


Ohio State – Florida A&M Postgame: Bradley Roby
OSU cornerback Bradley Roby talks about the win, his interception and more.


Ohio State – Florida A&M Postgame: Jordan Hall
OSU running back Jordan Hall had only 4 rushes, but scored 2 TD’s in the 72-0 win over Florida A&M. He talks about his game, QB Kenny Braxton and more.


Ohio State – Florida A&M Postgame: Ezekiel Elliott
Freshman running back Ezekiel Elliott got plenty of playing time in the second half against Florida A&M. He led all Buckeyes with 14 rushing attempts for 162 yards and scored 2 TD’s.


Ohio State – Florida A&M Postgame: Jeff HeuermanOhio State Tight End Jeff Heuerman caught 4 passes and scored a TD in the 72-0 win over the Rattlers of Florida A&M. He talks about the game and more.


Ohio State – Florida A&M Postgame: Corey Lindsley
The OSU center talks about the win, playing alongside QB Kenny Guiton and more after the 72-0 win over Florida A&M.

ONU’s Ryan Reid named OAC defensive Player of the Week

By Zaji Lieberman

ADA — Senior cornerback Ryan Reid has been named Ohio Athletic Conference Football Defensive Player of the Week for the Week of Sept. 2-8.

On Saturday against Alfred State (N.Y.), Reid had three tackles and two interceptions to lead the Polar Bear defense.

He also returned an interception 35 yards for a touchdown to give Ohio Northern a 21-0 lead with 9:46 left in the half.

 

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UD’s Monnier, Will named recent PFL Players of the Week

Colin Monnier (courtesy UD)

Two University of Dayton football players were honored by the Pioneer Football league Sunday for their work in this week’s Dayton 23-20 win over Duquesne.  Redshirt freshman kicker William Will was selected the league’s Special Teams Player of the Week, while redshirt senior linebacker Colin Monnier was named Defensive Co-Defensive Player of the Week.
Will scored the last nine points of the game, drilling field goals of 32, 25 and 25 yards to lift Dayton from a 20-14 halftime deficit to a 23-20 win.  He is a 2012 graduate of Lincoln Way East High School who hails from Mokena, Ill., made the team last year during walk-on tryouts.  He is four-for-four in field goals and three-for-three in PAT’s this season.  His 2.0 field goals per game are tied for first in the PFL and fourth in FCS football.
Monnier had his second straight double-digit tackling performance for the Flyers.  Against Duquesne, the Chicago Marist High product was in on 14 tackles, 2.5 hits in the backfield and UD’s only sack of the day.  His sack was a critical play early in the game, as Duquesne was in the red zone threatening to score the first two TD’s of the day.  Monnier’s sack on third down forced the Dukes to settle for a field goal. Monnier averages 13.0 tackles a game, good for second in the PFL and fifth nationally.
Monnier shared the weekly honor with Stetson defensive back Donald Payne, Jr.  CollegeSportsMadness.com also named Monnier its PFL Defensive Player of the Week.
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