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#4 Ohio State 56 Purdue 0: Purdue Post-Game Notes

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WEST LAFAYETTE, INDIANA - The Ohio State Buckeyes put the game away early with a 28 point first quarter, en route to the 56-0 win.

A Saturday afternoon crowd and a Big Ten Network audience saw the Buckeyes put the game away in the first four minutes. Attendance at Ross-Ade Stadium was 51,423.

The win was the Buckeyes 21st in a row under Urban Meyer.

Ricardo Allen starred for the Boilermakers against Ohio State (courtesy Purdue)

Purdue dropped its seventh game of the 2013 season to a team that has been ranked or received votes in all polls.

HISTORICAL

* The Boilermakers drop to 14-40-2 all-time against Ohio State.

* Purdue falls to 0-4 in Big Ten play and 1-7 overall.

* Ricardo Allen came up with his 10th career interception. He moves into a tie for eighth all-time on the Boilermakers lists with Bill Kay. Allen is one shy of a tie for second place.

INDIVIDUAL

* Backup quarterback turned cornerback Rob Henry is the one of the team’s punters. He had two punts for 75 yards, an average of 37.5, including a 44 yarder.

* Cody Webster had eight punts for 396 yards, an average of 49.5 yards per kick. Webster had three punts inside the 20, five over 50 and a long of 73 yards. The longest tied his season best.

College Football: Morgan State Bears 30 Hampton Pirates 27

(courtesy Morgan State)

(courtesy Hampton U)

GAME STATS WRITTEN BY & A COURTESY OF HAMPTON SPORTS INFORMATION

 

Scoring Summary (Final)
2013 Hampton Pirates Football
Hampton vs Morgan State (Nov. 2, 2013 at BALTIMORE, MD)

Hampton (3-6,3-2) vs. Morgan State (3-6,3-2)

Date: Nov. 2, 2013 • Site: BALTIMORE, MD  • Stadium: HUGHES STADIUM  •  Attendance: 5789

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score
Hampton 0 7 13 7 27
Morgan State 10 13 0 7 30

SCORING SUMMARY HAM -MSU
1st 06:27 MSU COUNCIL,Robert 1 yd run (MOLLER,Chris kick)
8 plays, 83 yards, TOP 4:52 0 – 7
02:02 MSU MOLLER,Chris 23 yd field goal
8 plays, 74 yards, TOP 2:51 0 – 10
2nd 14:02 HAM MIXSON,Twarn 25 yd pass from BAILEY,Bryan (PREVOST,Anthony kick)
7 plays, 76 yards, TOP 2:59 7 – 10
13:50 MSU TAYLOR,Tubotein 93 yd kickoff return (MOLLER,Chris kick)
7 – 17
10:14 MSU BROWN,Lamont 11 yd run (MOLLER,Chris kick failed)
6 plays, 68 yards, TOP 2:05 7 – 23
3rd 14:36 HAM WASHINGTON,Jorrian 88 yd run (PREVOST,Anthony kick failed)
1 play, 88 yards, TOP 0:17 13 – 23
12:06 HAM HAMPTON,Marcus 31 yd run (PREVOST,Anthony kick)
4 plays, 89 yards, TOP 0:40 20 – 23
4th 10:33 HAM CHISHOLM,Antwon 58 yd run (PREVOST,Anthony kick)
6 plays, 76 yards, TOP 1:52 27 – 23
00:26 MSU INGRAM,Nate 7 yd pass from COUNCIL,Robert (MOLLER,Chris kick)
7 plays, 82 yards, TOP 2:18 27 – 30

Kickoff time: 1 p.m.  • End of Game: 3:54  • Total elapsed time: 2:54
Referee: F. Williams  •  Umpire: D. Wells  •  Linesman: J. Soistman  •  Line judge: T. Blake  •  Back judge: J. Barber  •  Field judge: L. Golden  •  Side judge: T. Potts  •
Temperature: 64  • Wind: 3 mph  • Weather: Sunny
Military Appreciation Day

 

Individual Statistics (Final)
2013 Hampton Pirates Football
Hampton vs Morgan State (Nov. 2, 2013 at BALTIMORE, MD)

Hampton Morgan State
RUSHING No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg.
WASHINGTON,Jorrian 15 138 1 137 1 88 9.1
CHISHOLM,Antwon 3 63 1 62 1 58 20.7
DUKES,Christopher 11 40 3 37 0 7 3.4
HAMPTON,Marcus 2 33 0 33 1 31 16.5
BRAILSFORD,Morris 2 4 0 4 0 3 2.0
BAILEY,Bryan 3 4 0 4 0 4 1.3
Totals… 36 282 5 277 3 88 7.7
RUSHING No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg.
BROWN,Lamont 12 93 1 92 1 59 7.7
COUNCIL,Robert 18 96 16 80 1 22 4.4
WALKER,Herb 8 60 5 55 0 54 6.9
FISK,Ricky 5 19 0 19 0 8 3.8
TEAM 2 0 18 -18 0 0 -9.0
Totals… 45 268 40 228 2 59 5.1
PASSING Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Long Sack
BAILEY,Bryan 10-23-1 180 1 46 0
Totals… 10-23-1 180 1 46 0
PASSING Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Long Sack
COUNCIL,Robert 20-27-0 287 1 47 3
Totals… 20-27-0 287 1 47 3
RECEIVING No. Yds TD Lg
CHISHOLM,Antwon 2 55 0 41
MIXSON,Twarn 2 33 1 25
DUKES,Christopher 2 25 0 17
WASHINGTON,Jorrian 2 15 0 10
SHORTER,Leon 1 46 0 46
KISEDU,Kevin 1 6 0 6
Totals… 10 180 1 46
RECEIVING No. Yds TD Lg
JEFFERSON,A 6 140 0 47
MARTIN,Thomas 6 73 0 30
INGRAM,Nate 4 22 1 10
TAYLOR,Tubotein 3 17 0 13
AKONAWE,Eme 1 35 0 33
Totals… 20 287 1 47
PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB
FABER-KINNEY,Christi 8 382 47.8 59 3 0
Totals… 8 382 47.8 59 3 0
PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB
FORBES,Lawrence 6 273 45.5 74 3 1
Totals… 6 273 45.5 74 3 1
Punts Kickoffs Intercept
ALL RETURNS No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg
CHISHOLM,Antwon 0 0 0 1 29 29 0 0 0
MIXSON,Twarn 0 0 0 1 8 8 0 0 0
WASHINGTON,Jorrian 0 0 0 1 10 10 0 0 0
Totals… 0 0 0 3 47 29 0 0 0
Punts Kickoffs Intercept
ALL RETURNS No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg
MARTIN,Thomas 1 -2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TAYLOR,Tubotein 0 0 0 3 117 93 0 0 0
SUMMERS,Deshaun 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 12
Totals… 1 -2 0 3 117 93 1 12 12
ALL PURPOSE Rush Rcv KR PR IR Total
WASHINGTON,Jorrian 137 15 10 0 0 162
CHISHOLM,Antwon 62 55 29 0 0 146
DUKES,Christopher 37 25 0 0 0 62
SHORTER,Leon 0 46 0 0 0 46
MIXSON,Twarn 0 33 8 0 0 41
HAMPTON,Marcus 33 0 0 0 0 33
KISEDU,Kevin 0 6 0 0 0 6
BRAILSFORD,Morris 4 0 0 0 0 4
BAILEY,Bryan 4 0 0 0 0 4
Totals… 277 180 47 0 0 504
ALL PURPOSE Rush Rcv KR PR IR Total
JEFFERSON,A 0 140 0 0 0 140
TAYLOR,Tubotein 0 17 117 0 0 134
BROWN,Lamont 92 0 0 0 0 92
COUNCIL,Robert 80 0 0 0 0 80
MARTIN,Thomas 0 73 0 -2 0 71
WALKER,Herb 55 0 0 0 0 55
AKONAWE,Eme 0 35 0 0 0 35
INGRAM,Nate 0 22 0 0 0 22
FISK,Ricky 19 0 0 0 0 19
SUMMERS,Deshaun 0 0 0 0 12 12
TEAM -18 0 0 0 0 -18
Totals… 228 287 117 -2 12 642
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
MOLLER,Chris 1st 02:02 23 yards Good
MOLLER,Chris 3rd 08:46 46 yards Missed
KICKOFFS No. Yds TB OB Avg.
PREVOST,Anthony 5 311 2 0 62.2
KICKOFFS No. Yds TB OB Avg.
MOLLER,Chris 6 323 1 0 53.8

FUMBLES: Hampton-None. Morgan State-AKONAWE,Eme 1-1.

Team Statistics (Final)
2013 Hampton Pirates Football
Hampton vs Morgan State (Nov. 2, 2013 at BALTIMORE, MD)

Team Totals HAM MSU
FIRST DOWNS 16 21
Rushing 8 9
Passing 7 9
Penalty 1 3
NET YARDS RUSHING 277 228
Rushing Attempts 36 45
Average Per Rush 7.7 5.1
Rushing Touchdowns 3 2
Yards Gained Rushing 282 268
Yards Lost Rushing 5 40
NET YARDS PASSING 180 287
Completions-Attempts-Int 10-23-1 20-27-0
Average Per Attempt 7.8 10.6
Average Per Completion 18.0 14.4
Passing Touchdowns 1 1
TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 457 515
Total offense plays 59 72
Average Gain Per Play 7.7 7.2
Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 1-1
Penalties: Number-Yards 11-83 8-65
PUNTS-YARDS 8-382 6-273
Average Yards Per Punt 47.8 45.5
Net Yards Per Punt 48.0 42.2
Inside 20 3 3
50+ Yards 4 2
Touchbacks 0 1
Fair catch 4 2
KICKOFFS-YARDS 5-311 6-323
Average Yards Per Kickoff 62.2 53.8
Net Yards Per Kickoff 28.8 41.8
Touchbacks 2 1
Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 0-0-0 1–2-0
Average Per Return 0.0 -2.0
Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 3-47-0 3-117-1
Average Per Return 15.7 39.0
Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 1-12-0
Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0
Miscellaneous Yards 0 0
Possession Time 21:37 38:23
1st Quarter 4:37 10:23
2nd Quarter 5:35 9:25
3rd Quarter 4:54 10:06
4th Quarter 6:31 8:29
Third-Down Conversions 7 of 16 4 of 15
Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 2 of 2
Red-Zone Scores-Chances 0-0 4-4
Touchdowns 0-0 3-4
Field goals 0-0 1-4
Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-16 0-0
PAT Kicks 3-4 3-4
Field Goals 0-0 1-2

Findlay Oilers defeat Ashland for the first time since 2006, 35-28

Box Score

The University of Findlay football team defeated Ashland University for the first time since 2006 as they claimed a 35-28 win over the Eagles on Saturday, Nov. 2 at Donnell Stadium.

The Oilers held a 28-13 lead in the fourth quarter, but the Eagles stormed back to tie the game at 28-28 with only 2:16 remaining in the game.  Findlay then marched the ball down the field and put themselves in a position to win the game.

Devontae Payne led Oilers to big win

After converting a fourth down play, the Oilers hurried to the line and spiked the ball with eight seconds left.  Junior quarterback Devontae Payne then dropped back to pass and found senior wide receiver Seth White in the corner of the end zone for the game-winning touchdown with only three ticks remaining in the game.

The Oilers once again used a dominant run game to control the ball as they racked up 488 total yards, which included 300 yards on the ground.  They possessed the ball for 34:40 and achieved 26 first downs in the win.

Sophomore running back Daiquone Ford rushed the ball 41 times for 186 yards and two scores while Payne threw for 173 yards and two scores.

Payne also rushed for 64 yards on 12 carries while freshman running back Anthony Linnear had five rushes for 37 yards and a score.

Junior wide receiver Lloyd Henry had three catches for 53 yards, senior tight end Jaryd Brown made three catches for 50 yards and White had three receptions for 42 yards and two touchdowns.

Junior defensive back Harold Jones-Quartey made ten tackles to go along with an interception while freshman defensive back Tory Clark had eight stops.

Senior linebacker Trevor Smith and junior defensive end Josh Lee each recorded a sack in the victory.

The Oilers will play their final road game of the season next week when they face Malone University at noon in Canton, Ohio.

 

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY & A COURTESY OF FINDLAY SPORTS INFORMATION

Grambling football program going through turmoil between players and administration

(courtesy Grambling University)

The Grambling University has had a long and historic football program.

Eddie Robinson was the longtime coach there and sent several players to the National Football League: Buck Buchanan, Gary “Big Hands” Johnson, Doug Williams, Paul “Tank” Younger, Willie Brown, Willie Davis, James Harris, Charlie Joiner and Everson Walls.

All of those former players must be shaking their heads about what is happening at one of the top historically black colleges in the United States.

There is turmoil brewing between the football team and the school’s administration over several issues like traveling to away games on busses, a football stadium that needs repairs and the firing of football coaches.

This season alone, the Tigers have had three head coaches. Doug Williams was fired after two games, George Ragsdale was replaced last Thursday by Dennis “Dirt’ Winston.

Grambling officials met this past weekend in an effort to solve problems with the football players and to avoid any more game forfeits.

The officials included university president Frank Pogue, athletic director Aaron James and Winston.

On Saturday, the football players refused to travel to play at Jackson State and thus forfeited the game.

Grambling is planning to play this coming Saturday’s game at home against Texas Southern. The game is very important to the university because its their annual High School Day, which draws in many prospective students from around the Louisiana region.

Akron Zips end 30-game road losing streak by beating Miami (O.) 24-17

(courtesy U of Akron)

The Akron Zips ended their 30-game road losing streak by beating the Miami RedHawks on Saturday, 24-17.

They also ended another losing streak of 28 straight losses to Football Subdivision teams.

Akron’s Jawon Chrisholm rushed for 86 yards and three touchdowns to fuel the win.

The Zips took control in the second half by pulling ahead 24-7.

Akron had not won on the road since a 45-35 win against Eastern Michigan on October 18, 2008. They also had not won at Miami since October 21, 1939. The Zips last beat an FBS team on November 28, 2010, against the Buffalo Bulls.

The Zips are now 2-6, 1-3 in the Mid-American Conference.

The Miami RedHawks are 0-7, 0-3 with their only bright spot being QB Austin Boucher who completed 23 of 34 passes for 226 yards and two touchdowns.

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