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Dayton Football runs into buzzsaw at Stetson in 38-21 setback

 

Flyers Will Host San Diego At Welcome Stadium Next Saturday For A Noon Kickoff

DeLAND, Fla. – The University of Dayton football team fell on the road to Stetson by a score of 38-21 on Saturday afternoon. Dayton drops to 4-2, 2-1 PFL with the loss, while Stetson improves to 5-1, 2-1 PFL following the victory.

1ST QUARTER – Stetson 7, Dayton 0

  • After the defenses traded stops to open the game, a 38-yard punt return from Jaylon Johnson gave Stetson short field position, beginning its drive on the UD 23. The Hatters capitalized with a 1-yard touchdown pass to Steven Burdette from Gaven DeFilippo.
  • A Dayton fumble gave the ball to Stetson in UD territory for the second straight possession. The Hatters went for a fake field goal from 24 yards out on 4th-and-4, but Brandon Easterling tracked down the kicker for a four-yard loss and turnover on downs.

2ND QUARTER – Stetson 21, Dayton 7

  • Another 1-yard fade route to the corner of the end zone from DeFilippo to Burdette put the Hatters up by 14.
  • Adam Trautman put Dayton on the board on a 20-yard touchdown strike from Jack Cook with just over 10 minutes left in the half.
  • Brandon Easterling came up with an interception for the second straight week to halt a Stetson drive at the UD 28 with 8:43 left in the half. Brennan Burdo tipped the ball at the line on the interception to knock the ball off its intended course.
  • Stetson added another score with 50 seconds in the half off a 12-play, 83-yard drive to take a 21-7 lead into the break.

3RD QUARTER

  • Dayton fumbled on the opening kickoff of the second half to give Stetson the ball at the UD 27-yard line. The Hatters settled for a 37-yard field goal to take a 24-7 lead.
  • The Flyers responded on the next drive with a 44-yard pass in the flat for a touchdown from Jack Cook to Jake Chisholm to cut the lead back to 10.
  • An 81-yard run from Jalen Leary on the first play of a Stetson drive extended the Hatter lead to 31-14 at the 6:35 mark.
  • A Jack Cook interception led to another Stetson touchdown, as Tony Gilotti scored on a 10-yard pass from DeFilippo to lead 38-14 with 2:30 left in the quarter.

4TH QUARTER

  • Dayton scored on the first play of the fourth quarter, as Ryan Skibinski caught a 9-yard pass from Cook at the sideline of the end zone to make the score 38-21.
  • Jack Cook’s 4th-and-15 pass on the Stetson 17-yard-line with just under six minutes to play fell incomplete for a turnover on downs, which allowed Stetson to run out the majority of the clock on the following possession.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS

  • Dayton has now scored in 482 consecutive games, which is the longest active streak in all of college football.
  • Jack Cook was 29-of-57 through the air with 382 yards, while throwing three touchdowns to just one interception.
  • Jake Chisholm was both the leading receiver and rusher for Dayton with 89 yards on five receptions, as well as 61 yards on the ground on seven carries.
  • Adam Trautman caught a receiving touchdown for the fifth straight game. He finished with 83 yards on five catches.
  • Markus Hurd caught a career-best eight passes for 75 yards.
  • Brandon Easterling led all Dayton players with 13 tackles and also recorded an interception for the second consecutive week.
  • Matt Brandeis, Brennan Burdo, Mike Stodola and Kyle Finnick all recorded 0.5 sacks apiece.
UP NEXT

  • Dayton hosts San Diego at Welcome Stadium next Saturday, Oct. 26 for a noon (ET) kickoff.

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Doug Hauschild; COURTESY DAYTON MEDIA RELATIONS

 

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