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Dayton Flyers hold off upset-minded Central State


Taylor Harris (courtesy of Dayton athletics)

University of Dayton senior running back Taylor Harris scored two second half touchdowns and ran for 101 yards to lead the Flyers to a 17-7 win at Central State in the Xenia, Ohio suburb of Wilberforce.

Dayton trailed 7-3 at the half.

Harris’ two-yard run with 9:33 to play in the third quarter gave Dayton a 10-7 lead, then his 17-yard run with 1:35 to play in the game clinched the game for Dayton.

After a scoreless first quarter, CSU executed a perfect out-and-up pass route, quarterback Jeffery Brooks connecting with wide receiver Steve Heard down the sideline for a 49-yard TD pass to take a 7-0 lead. Dayton got on the board two possessions later when Nate Miller hit a 28-yard field goal.

The Dayton offense responded with its longest drive of the day, going 80 yards (70 of it on the ground) in 15 plays to set up Harris’ second TD of the day.

For the second straight game Dayton pounded it on the ground in the second half to earn the win. The previous week in the win over the Marist, UD ran for 80 of its 125 rushing yards in the second half. Against the Marauders, 133 of its 177 yards on the ground came after halftime.

Dayton is now 3-1 on the season.

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Dayton Flyers dominate Central State Marauders, 45-13

Dayton defense tough on Central State (courtesy of Dayton Athletics)

The Dayton football Flyers took advantage of great field position in the first half of Saturday night’s 45-13 win over area rival, Central State University at Welcome Stadium.

The Flyers scored their first 45 points on seven drives of less than 50 yards.  UD led 17-0 after the first quarter and 38-0 at halftime.  Dayton outgained the Marauders 208 to 15 in total offense in the first half.

Dayton was led by running back Brian Mack, who gained 84 yards on nine rushes and scored two rushing touchdowns. Fellow running back Taylor Harris also scored two rushing touchdowns.

Dayton’s Tyler Hujik returned two punts for 80 yards.

Taylor Harris scored two touchdowns for Dayton (courtesy of Dayton Athletics)

Central State, located just outside Xenia, Ohio in Wilberforce, falls to 1-3 on the young season. Dayton ups its record to 3-1.

The Flyer defense, usually always a solid unit, held CSU running back Josh Anderson to just six net yards in the game.  Anderson came into the game averaging 122.3 yards a game.

Marauder quarterback Jeffrey Brooks rushed 13 times for 63 yards (50 in the second half) and completed 19 of 39 passes (16 of 31 in the second half) for 213 yards (198 in the second half) and two touchdowns.

Jeffrey Brooks played well for CSU (courtesy of Central State Athletics)

Dayton’s non-conference schedule is over for 2010. From here on out, they’ll play all Pioneer Football League teams.  Valparaiso visits Welcome Stadium next Saturday, October 2.  Game time is set for 1:00 p.m. ET.

Jersey scrimmage goes to the offense, 55-48; Bellamy, Berry, Pryor & Washington star


The Buckeyes after two weeks in fall camp, had their annual jersey scrimmage in Ohio Stadium on Saturday. The offense won the 140-play scrimmage, 55-48.

It wasn’t a pretty affair, especially after the team took a road trip to Xenia, Ohio. The team bused there on Thursday night and practiced twice Friday in stormy weather before busing back.

Coach Jim Tressel said he planned that trip to simulate the rigors of in-season travel and admitted the team was ‘tired’ and not real impressive at all.

Terrelle Pryor (courtesy of OSU)

Taurian Washington (courtesy of OSU)

There were some bright spots. Terrelle Pryor accounted for the day’s only touchdown; the defense forced a turnover, a fumble by running back Brandon Saine which was recovered by linebacker Andrew Sweat; there were 6 sacks, 3 by Adam Bellamy; backup quarterback Kenny Guiton was 6 of 16 passing for 40 yards and has moved ahead of Joe Bauserman for the Number 2 quarterback job; Jamaal Berry rushed 17 times for 63 and could beat out Jordan Hall for the Number 3 tailback position and Taurian Washington catching a TD pass from Terrelle Pryor.

Speaking of Pryor, he started the scrimmage slowly at 1 of 6 but finished at 10 of 24 passing for 151 yards with one touchdown and no intereceptions. Pryor’s highlights included a 25-yard pass over the middle to tight end Jake Stoneburner as well as a 25-yard scoring pass to Taurian Washington where Pryor hit him on the move in stride, which allowed him to outrun the defensive pursuit.

Adam Bellamy (courtesy of OSU)

Jamaal Berry (courtesy of OSU)

The only real negative was that nagging injuries are starting to add up. Saturday’s scrimmage was practice number 20 and six starters either were held out or left early as a precaution. Five of the injured are from the defense.

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Otterbein College Baseball has split two games this week

Courtesy of Otterbein Athletics

John LaCorte Otterbein (OC photo)

On Monday, the Otterbein Cardinals upped their record to 8-2 with a 15-6 win over Mount Saint Joseph College. It was there 4th win in a row. Junior John LaCorte was the winning pitcher, his fourth win of the year. LaCorte pitched five innings.

On Tuesday, the Cardinals traveled to Xenia, Ohio to play Wright State University at Athletes In Action Field and lost 6-2. Otterbein did score two runs in the top of the first inning, but could’nt hold the lead.

Freshman Wes Meadows was 2-for-4 with 1 run scored for the Cardinals.

Wes Meadows Otterbein (OC photo)