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Purdue (2-2, 0-0 Big Ten)

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WESTERN MICHIGAN (ESPNU).. W, 43-34


CENTRAL MICHIGAN (ESPNews).L, 17-38
vs. #11 Notre Dame# (NBC)........L, 14-30
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (BTN)........ W, 35-13
IOWA* (BTN)................................... Noon
at Illinois*....................................... Noon
#9 MICHIGAN STATE*....................... TBA
at Minnesota*................................. Noon
Open Date
at #21 Nebraska*.............................. TBA
#19 WISCONSIN*.............................. TBA
Open Date
NORTHWESTERN*............................. TBA
at Indiana*........................................ TBA

Iowa Hawkeyes (3-1, 0-0 Big Ten)

Aug. 28
Sept. 6
Sept. 13
Sept. 20
Sept. 27
Oct. 4
Oct. 11
Oct. 18
Oct. 25
Nov. 1
Nov. 8
Nov. 15
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NORTHERN IOWA..................... W, 31-23


BALL STATE............................... W, 17-13
IOWA STATE................................L, 20-17
at Pittsburgh............................. W, 24-20
at Purdue*...................................... Noon
Open Date
INDIANA*....................................... Noon
at Maryland*................................... Noon
Open Date
NORTHWESTERN*............................. TBA
at Minnesota*................................... TBA
at Illinois*......................................... TBA
WISCONSIN*..................................... TBA
NEBRASKA*...................................... TBA

*Conference Game
#Game played at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis
All Times Eastern and subject to change

Broadcast Information
Television
BTN
Play-By-Play...............................Scott Graham
Analyst....................................Stanley Jackson
Sideline....................................Evan Fitzgerald
Radio
Purdue Sports Properties
Play-By-Play................................. Tim Newton
Analyst........................................... Pete Quinn
Sideline........................................ Kelly Kitchel
Producer....................................Rob Blackman
Engineer.............................Scott Fenstermaker
Sirius ...........................................Channel 113
XM...............................................Channel 195

Purdue Boilermakers (2-2, 0-0 Big Ten) vs.


Iowa Hawkeyes (3-1, 0-0 Big Ten)
Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 - Noon ET
Ross-Ade Stadium (57,236), West Lafayette, Ind.





Series vs. Iowa:..........................46-35-3


Series Record in West Lafayette:. 27-15-1
First Meeting:..................Oct. 22, 1910
.................................... Iowa 16, Purdue 0
Last Meeting:....................Nov. 9, 2013
.................................. Iowa 38, Purdue 14

THE GAME
Purdue and Iowa meet for the 85th time on the gridiron, with the Boilermakers boasting
a 46-25-3 record.
Iowa took last years meeting, also in West Lafayette, 38-14.
This is the first time the two teams have met in West Lafayette in consecutive years since
1988 and 1989. The teams played consecutive games at Purdue in 1998 and 2001, but
had two no-play seasons in between.
Saturday is Homecoming and Varsity P weekend for the Boilermakers.
Purdue is coming off a 35-13 win over Southern Illinois in a game in which the Boilermakers
led 25-0 in the first half.
Iowa is coming off a come-from-behind 24-20 win at Pittsburgh.
Purdue is 6-3-1 in games played on Sept. 27.
Saturdays game is the fourth home game of the 91st season in Ross-Ade Stadium history,
where the Boilermakers boast a 274-170-13 record.
Purdue is 50-37-4 all-time in homecoming games.
This is the 14th time Purdue has hosted Iowa for homecoming, with the Boilermakers
boasting a 10-2-1 record in those games. That is tied for the third-most times Purdue has
hosted a certain opponent for homecoming, behind Wisconsin (21) and Illinois (18), and
tied with Northwestern.
The Motion P on Purdues helmets this week will be made from tiny images of season
ticket holders. Fans submitted pictures of themselves in Purdue gear over the summer.
The game begins at Noon ET on the Big Ten Network.
Scott Graham will handle play-by-play duties, while Stanley Jackson will serve at his side as
analyst. Evan Fitzgerald joins the crew from the sidelines.
Tim Newton will handle the play-by-play on the Purdue Sports Properties radio broadcast
with Pete Quinn at his side. Kelly Kitchel will join the crew from the sideline.
GAME THEMES
Saturdays game is the first conference game of the season for both teams.
Purdue and Iowa are in the same division of the Big Ten for the first time.
The Boilermakers and Hawkeyes were protected crossover rivals in the now-defunct
Legends and Leaders divisions.
Both teams are coming off arguably their best performances of the season, as Purdue beat
Southern Illinois by a season-high 22 points, while Iowa won at Pittsburgh.

Purdue is 2-1 at home this season, while Iowa is 1-0 on the road.
Purdue Football Quick Facts
Purdue first played Iowa for homecoming in 1929 and won, 7-0.
Location............................................ West Lafayette, Ind.
The Boilermakers last hosted the Hawkeyes for homecoming in 1994, and the teams Founded....................................................... May 6, 1869
played to a 21-21 tie.
Conference............................................................Big Ten
Colors.................................................Old Gold and Black
The Boilermakers have dropped their last two homecoming games.

LAST WEEK
Purdue defeated Southern Illinois 35-13.
The Boilermakers capitalized on two first-quarter Saluki turnovers, turning a fumble
recovery and interception into 14 points.
The Boilermakers jumped out to a 25 point lead in the second quarter.
Danny Etling rushed for his third touchdown of the season, which is tied for ninth
among quarterbacks this season.
Etling finished 15 for 26 passing for 198 yards and two touchdowns. His two touchdowns
give him 16 for his career, which puts him 20th in program history.
Brandon Cottom scored a two-point conversion in the second quarter. It was Purdues
first since 2008.
Ryan Watson had two sacks in the game, to tie him for the Big Ten lead with four on
the year.
Sean Robinson recorded his first career sack.
Danny Anthrop had 106 receiving yards on five catches, including a touchdown. His
receiving total was the highest by a Boilermaker this season, and the best by any Big
Ten player last week.
Anthrop has led Purdue in receiving yards in consecutive weeks.
Anthony Brown had 1.5 tackles for loss, the second-straight week with at least as many.
JaWhaun Bentley came up with his first career fumble recovery.
Landon Feichter picked off his sixth-career pass.
DeAngelo Yancey caught a touchdown pass for the second-straight game, after being
blanked the first two weeks.
Purdue forced three sacks, and has seven total in the last two weeks.
The Boilermakers allowed a season-low 82 yards on the ground.
Left tackle David Hedelin made his first career appearance for Purdue, after sitting out
an NCAA mandated three-game suspension.
Purdues defense allowed a season low 13 points.
Keyante Green made his first offensive appearance for Purdue in the fourth quarter, and
rushed for a game-high 71 yards on 13 carries.
Austin Appleby made his third-career appearance and rushed for an 11-yard touchdown,
the first of his career.
Purdue had its longest play from scrimmage of the season on a 44-yard touchdown
pass from Etling to Anthrop in the first quarter.

Nickname.....................................................Boilermakers
President.........................................Mitchell E. Daniels Jr.
Athletics Director....................................Morgan J. Burke
Football History
First Season..............................................................1887
All-Time Record............................................. 595-528-48
All-Time Big Ten Record................................ 320-368-32
First Team All-Americans.................. 45 players, 51 times
First Team All-Big Ten................... 132 players, 171 times
Bowl Appearances.......................................................17
Bowl Wins......................................................................9
Coaching Information
Head Coach................................................ Darrell Hazell
Alma Mater......................................... Muskingum, 1986
Career Record (Years)........................................19-23 (3)
Purdue Record (Years)................................3-13 (Second)
Team Information
2013 Record............................................................. 1-11
2013 Big Ten Record/Finish................ 0-8/Sixth (Leaders)
2013 Bowl Game.................................................... None
2013 Bowl Result...................................................... N/A

Big Ten Conference Standings


West
School
Big Ten Overall
Nebraska
0-0 4-0
Illinois
0-0 3-1
Iowa
0-0 3-1
Minnesota
0-0 3-1
Wisconsin
0-0 2-1
Purdue
0-0 2-2
Northwestern
0-0 1-2

School
Penn State
Maryland
Indiana
Michigan State
Ohio State
Michigan
HEAD COACH DARRELL HAZELL
Purdue head coach Darrell Hazell (Muskingum, 1986) is 3-13 as Purdues head coach Rutgers

and 19-23 overall. He was 16-10 in two seasons at Kent State.


Hazell was named the schools 35th head coach on Dec. 5, 2012, after two seasons as
the head coach at Kent State.
Hazells first coaching win at Purdue came on Sept. 7 against Indiana State.
Hazell was named the 2012 MAC Coach of the Year after leading Kent State to 11 wins
and its first bowl appearance in 40 years.
Hazell also has served seven years on staff at Ohio State and been an assistant coach at
Rutgers, West Virginia, U.S. Military Academy, Western Michigan, Pennsylvania, Oberlin
College and Eastern Illinois.

SERIES ODDS AND ENDS


Several of Purdues top individual and team performances in program history have been
against Iowa.
Mike Pruitt had Purdues longest rush in program history against the Hawkeyes in 1974,
a 94-yarder.
Rod Woodson had Purdues longest interception return in program history against Iowa

East

Big Ten Overall


1-0
4-0
0-0 3-1
0-0 2-1
0-0
2-1
0-0
2-1
0-0 2-2
0-1 3-1

Athletics Communications
For all media inquiries regarding Purdue football, please
contact Associate Athletics Communications Director
Matt Rector.
Office Phone............................................. 765-494-3196
Cell............................................................ 765-237-1330
Email................................................. rector@purdue.edu
Website............................................... PurdueSports.com
Secondary Contact
Matthew Staudt
Office Phone............................................. 765-496-7842
Email............................................. mstaudt@purdue.edu
Mailing Address
Purdue Athletics Communications
Mackey Arena, Rm. 2235
900 John R. Wooden Drive
West Lafayette, Ind. 47907

Purdue Pronunciations
Alphabetical
11 David Blough........................................like Plough
3 Carlos Carvajal................................ CAR-va-HAUL
90 Will Colmery...........................................COL-mary
54 Jack De Boef..........................................dah-BOOF
36 Danny Ezechukwu....................... EASY-chew-COO
27 Evan Feichter.............................................FIKE-ter
44 Landon Feichter.........................................FIKE-ter
75 David Hedelin................................ HEAD-ah-LYNN
14 RaZahn Howard.................................... RAH-jawn
50 Keiwan Jones........................................... KEE-wan
83 B.J. Knauf............................................... kuh-NOFF
57 Robert Kugler.......................................... COOG-ler
21 Dolapo Macarthy.................................doe-LOP-oh
87 Shane Mikesky....................................my-KESS-ski
8 Raheem Mostert................... rah-HEEM MOE-stert
54 Jake Replogle..................................... rah-PLO-gull
13 Gelen Robinson...........................................G-lynn
85 Jordan Jurasevich......................Jur-RASS-oh-VICH
84 Justin Sinz.......................................................SINS
17 Charles Torwudzo........................TORE-wood-ZOH
51 Bearooz Yacoobi...............BEAR-rooz Yah-coo-BEE
Numerical
3 Carlos Carvajal................................ CAR-va-HAUL
8 Raheem Mostert................... rah-HEEM MOE-stert
11 David Blough........................................like Plough
13 Gelen Robinson...........................................G-lynn
14 RaZahn Howard.................................... RAH-jawn
17 Charles Torwudzo........................TORE-wood-ZOH
21 Dolapo Macarthy.................................doe-LOP-oh
27 Evan Feichter.............................................FIKE-ter
36 Danny Ezechukwu....................... EASY-chew-COO
44 Landon Feichter.........................................FIKE-ter
50 Keiwan Jones........................................... KEE-wan
51 Bearooz Yacoobi...............BEAR-rooz Yah-coo-BEE
54 Jack De Boef..........................................dah-BOOF
54 Jake Replogle..................................... rah-PLO-gull
57 Robert Kugler.......................................... COOG-ler
75 David Hedelin................................ HEAD-ah-LYNN
83 B.J. Knauf............................................... kuh-NOFF
84 Justin Sinz.......................................................SINS
85 Jordan Jurasevich......................Jur-RASS-oh-VICH
87 Shane Mikesky....................................my-KESS-ski
90 Will Colmery...........................................COL-mary

NCAA Team Rankings

Purdue vs. Iowa


2014 Stats

IOWA
PUR
Rushing Offense........................93........... 86
Passing Offense....................... t-72.......... 94
Total Offense.............................97.......... 100
Scoring Offense.........................95........... 81
Rushing Defense........................17........... 66
Pass Efficiency Defense.............70........... 58
Total Defense.............................40........... 62
Scoring Defense.........................26.......... t-87
Net Punting................................92........... 36
Punt Returns..............................83........... 19
Kickoff Returns..........................73........... 28
Turnover Margin...................... t-72......... t-93
Time of Possession....................37........... 74

in 1986, a 100-yard touchdown.


Phil Mateja had the most punt returns against a team in program history, a 92-yard
touchdown in 1951.
Four Purdue team rushing records were set against Iowa.
The Boilermakers rushed a program-record 92 times against the Hawkeyes in 1968.
The Boilermakers rushed for a program-record 501 yards against Iowa in 1974.
Purdue twice rushed for a program-record seven touchdowns against the Hawkeyes, in
1968 and 1973.
Purdue rushed for a program-record 31 first downs against Iowa in 1968.
Purdue tied a program record with zero punts in a game against Iowa in 1998.
Purdues top two, and three of its top four, team rushing performances have been
against the Hawkeyes: 501 on 64 attempts in 1974, 483 on 92 attempts in 1968 and
461 on 76 attempts in 1973.
Purdues ninth-best team passing performance came against Iowa in 1980, with 476
yards on 28 of 36 passing.
Purdues fifth-best all-time total offensive output came against the Hawkeyes in 1980,
with 607 total yards.
The Boilermakers fifth-best passing defensive output came against Iowa in 1953, as
Purdue allowed just six yards on one for six passing.
Purdues second-best all-time defensive output came against the Hawkeyes in 1972,
as the Boilermakers allowed 84 total yards (23 rushing, 61 passing), while allowing a
program-record low with four first downs.
The Boilermakers forced a program-record 12 punts against Iowa in 1972.
Mike Northington scored a Purdue-record five rushing touchdowns against Iowa in
1973.
Pruitt set the Purdue rushing average record (min. 10 attempts) with 17.9 yards per
carry in 1979 (10 rushes for 179 yards).
Reggie Arnold caught a school-record four touchdown passes against Iowa in 1977.
Leroy Keyes was Purdues first individual to record 100 yards in two statistical categories.
He had 145 rushing yards and 120 receiving yards against the Hawkeyes in 1967.

MOVING UP THE PURDUE RANKINGS


Danny Etlings 15 completed passes last week give him 227 for his young career. That
number ranks 18th in Purdue history, ahead of Bob DeMoss (191), Mark Vitali (187)
and Gary Danielson (178).
Etling is 16 completions from Len Dawson at No. 17 in Purdue history (243), and 32
from Dale Samuels at No. 16 (259).
Akeem Hunt has 3,613 career all-purpose yards, after picking up 99 last week. He ranks
ninth in Purdue history.
Leroy Keyes is eighth in program history with 3,757 career all-purpose yards, John
Standeford is seventh with 3,796 and Taylor Stubblefield is sixth with 3,805.
THIS DATE IN BOILERMAKER HISTORY
Purdue is 6-3-1 all-time in games played on Sept. 27.
The Boilermakers first game on Sept. 27 was in 1902, when Purdue beat Franklin 56-0.
Purdues last game on Sept. 27 was in 2008, when the Boilermakers fell to Notre Dame
38-21.
Purdue is 6-1 in home games on Sept. 27.
FRESHMAN IMPACT
Gregory Phillips had Purdues longest reception in week one. Phillips caught one pass
for 29 yards in the games second quarter.
JaWhaun Bentley had a career-high nine tackles against Notre Dame in week three. He
already has an interception and fumble recovery.
Gelen Robinson picked up his first career sack against Notre Dame.
Danny Ezechukwu (redshirt freshman) had a half sack against Notre Dame.
Redshirt freshman Keyante Green played half the fourth quarter last week and had a
game-high 71 rushing yards on 13 carries.
Freshmen Miles Norwood, D.J. Knox, DaWan Hunte, Trae Hart, David Yancey, John

Strauser, Jason Tretter and Jordan Jurasevich have all also played already this season.
BENTLEY IN ELITE COMPANY
Since 2000, just 18 freshmen, including JaWhaun Bentley, have made a start for
Purdues defense in the opening month of the season.
Bentleys start at linebacker the first three weeks makes him just the seventh true
freshman at Purdue to make a defensive start in the opening month.
Bentley joins Bernard Pollard, Royce Adams, Gilbert Gardner, Brandon Erwin, Ricardo
Allen and Bruce Gaston as the true freshmen to start defensively in the opening month.
Bentley also joins the likes of Landon Johnson, Shaun Phillips and Kawann Short as
Boilermaker freshmen (true or redshirt) to start a game in the opening month.
Current Boilermakers Ryan Russell and Frankie Williams both had starts as redshirt
freshmen in the opening month.
Bentley is the first true freshman to start at linebacker in the opening month 2000 when
Gardner started. Landon Johnson, Stanford Keglar and Joe Holland had linebacker
starts as redshirt freshmen in the month of September.
Bentley is the first true freshman to have an interception for Purdue since Austin Logan
had one against Nebraska last season.
Bentley also has a fumble recovery.
HAZELL ERA BESTS
Points: 43 (Aug. 30, 2014 vs. Western Michigan)
Total Yards: 516 (Nov. 30, 2013 at Indiana)
Passing Yards: 485 (Nov. 30, 2013 at Indiana)
Rushing Yards: 226 (Aug. 30, 2014 vs. Western Michigan)
Total Yards: 516 (Nov. 30, 2013 at Indiana)
First Downs: 29 (Sept. 28, 2013 vs. Northern Illinois)
Rushing Touchdowns: 3 (Aug. 30, 2014 vs. Western Michigan)
Touchdown Passes: 4 (Nov. 30, 2013 at Indiana)
Field Goals Made: 3 (Aug. 30, 2014 vs. Western Michigan)
Longest Play from Scrimmage: 80 yards (Nov. 30, 2013 Danny Etling to Danny Anthrop
at Indiana)
Individual Rushing Yards: 146 (Aug. 30, 2014 Raheem Mostert vs. Western Michigan)
Individual Receiving Yards: 151 (Nov. 30, 2013 Danny Anthrop at Indiana)
Sacks: 5 (Sept. 7, 2013 vs. Indiana State)
Turnovers Forced: 4 (Nov. 23, 2013 vs. Illinois)
Time of Possession: 34:51 (Sept. 7, 2013 vs. Indiana State)
Fewest First Downs Allowed: 16 (Sept. 7, 2013 vs. Indiana State)
Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed: 39 (Sept. 7, 2013 vs. Indiana State)
Fewest Passing Yards Allowed: 112 (Oct. 19, 2013 at Michigan State)
Fewest Total Yards Allowed: 294 (Oct. 19, 2013 at Michigan State)
Fewest Penalties-Yards: 2-20 (Nov. 9, 2013 vs. Iowa)
PURDUES IMPROVEMENT SHOWS
The Boilermakers have shown improvement in several areas from last season.
Paul Griggs has knocked down six of seven field goals through the first four games,
after going six for 12 all of last year.
Purdue has nearly doubled its points per game from last season. The Boilermakers are
averaging 27.2 points per game through the first four games, after averaging 14.2 a
year ago.
The Boilermakers have scored six rushing touchdowns this season, already matching
the total from a year ago.
Ryan Watson has recorded four sacks this season through the first four games, already
surpassing last seasons leader, Bruce Gaston, who had 3.0.
Purdues yards-per-game output has increased from 282.9 yards per game last season
to 351.0 so far this season.
The Boilermakers have returned eight punts for 134 yards this season, compared to nine
for 104 all of last year.
Purdue is averaging 146.8 yards on the ground per game, up more than double from

AP Top 25
1. Florida State..........................3-0
2. Oregon ..................................4-0
3. Alabama ................................4-0
4. Oklahoma..............................4-0
5. Auburn...................................3-0
6. Texas A&M.............................4-0
7. Baylor.....................................3-0
8. Notre Dame......................3-0
9. Michigan State.................2-1
10. Ole Miss................................3-0
11. UCLA....................................3-0
12. Georgia................................2-1
13. South Carolina.....................3-1
14. Mississippi State...................4-0
15. Arizona State.......................3-0
16. Stanford...............................2-1
17. LSU.......................................3-1
18. USC.......................................2-1
19. Wisconsin........................2-1
20. BYU......................................4-0
21. Nebraska.........................4-0
22. Ohio State............................2-1
23. East Carolina........................3-1
24. Oklahoma State...................2-1
25. Kansas State.........................2-1
Bolded teams are Purdue
opponents in 2014.

Post Game Media Information


The Purdue locker room will remain closed
following all football games. Media should
request players through Matt Rector of the
Purdue Athletics Communications staff during the
fourth quarter.
Purdue head coach Darrell Hazell and four select
players will address the media in the media
room located across the street in Mackey Arena.
Assistant coaches will not be available.
Iowa head coach and select players will be
available in the visitors media room located
in the free-standing building in the southwest
corner of the stadium. For more information,
please contact Iowa personnel.

Where Are They?


In The Press Box

John Shoop

Offensive Coordinator

Rubin Carter
Defensive Line

On The Sidelines

Darrell Hazell

Greg Hudson

Head Coach Defensive Coordinator

Jim Bridge Marcus Freeman


Offensive Line

Linebackers

Taver Johnson

Gerad Parker

Defensive Backs

Kevin Sherman
Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

Jafar Williams
Running Backs

Note: Graduate assistants Logan Link,


Brian Mason, John Nussman and
Camden Wentz are in the press box.

last season.
The Boilermakers have 134 interception return yards this season, up from 59 from all
of last year.
Purdue is converting 43% of its third downs, up 12% from last season.
Purdue has sacked opposing quarterbacks 11 times this season, compared to 14 times
from all of last year.
The Boilermakers have gotten out to faster starts this season, recording 31 first quarter
points, compared to 35 all of last year.
Purdue has scored 35 points off turnovers this season, compared to 31 all of last year.

BIG TEN OPENERS


The Boilermakers have put the non-conference slate behind them for the regular season
and open their 119th Big Ten campaign this weekend against Iowa.
2014 marks the first time since 1972 that the Boilermakers will open their conference
slate against the Hawkeyes. Purdue won that meeting 24-0.
Dating to 1896, Purdue owns a 47-65-5 record in its opening Big Ten game.
Purdue is 12-5 in Big Ten openers since 1997.
The Boilers open league play at home for the third time in the last four years, and fifth
time in the last seven seasons.
SERIES INFORMATION
Series record: Purdue leads 46-35-3 (First meeting: 1910 / Last meeting: 2013)
Purdue points: 1,605
Iowa points: 1,418
Series record in West Lafayette: Purdue leads 27-15-1
In Ross-Ade Stadium: Purdue leads 26-13-1
Series record in Iowa City: Iowa leads 20-19-2
In Kinnick Stadium: Purdue leads 19-16-2
Games decided by 3 points or less: Series tied 4-4-3
Games decided by 7 points or less: Purdue leads 17-13-3
Longest Purdue win streak: 20 (1961-1980)
Longest Iowa win streak: 9 (1983-1991)
Current streak: Iowa won the last meeting
Largest Purdue victory: 58-13 in 1980
Largest Iowa victory: 40-3 in 1984
Last Purdue home victory: 2007
Last Purdue road victory: 2012
Last Iowa home victory: 2008
Last Iowa road victory: 2013
SURE-HANDED SINZ
Purdue tight end Justin Sinz has been one of the Boilermakers most consistent pass
catchers over the last couple years.
The senior caught at least one ball in 16-straight games, all 12 last season, and all four
this year.
ETLING CLIMBING UP THE RANKS
Danny Etling has moved into 12th place in Purdue history for completion percentage
(min. 300 attempts), completing 56.3 percent of his career passes.
Bob Griese is 11th in program history with a completion percentage of 57.1 percent.
Etling jumped into 20th place all-time at Purdue in touchdown passes, as the sophomore
now has 16.
Ron DiGravio is 19th in program history with 21 career touchdown passes.
Etling is 20th in career attempts, with 403 through his first 12 appearances and 11
starts.
Bob DeMoss is 19th in career pass attempts with 432, while Mark Vitali is 18th with
444.
Etling is 18th in career completions with 227.
Len Dawson is currently 17th with 243 career completions, while Dale Samuels is 16th
with 259.

HOW SWEDE IT IS
Purdues offensive line has been a solid unit through the first four games, helping
Purdue rush for 652 yards.
The Boilermakers added a talented piece to that line last Saturday with transfer David
Hedelin, a native of Stockholm, Sweden.
Hedelins three-game NCAA imposed suspension, for competing in club football after
high school, ended last week.
Hedelin first appeared in the first quarter on Purdues 44-yard touchdown pass from
Danny Etling to Danny Anthrop.
PUNCHING IN ON GOAL TO GO
Purdue has had five first and goals heading into Saturdays game.
The Boilermakers have scored touchdowns on four of the five occasions.
Purdues lone miss was last week against Southern Illinois in the fourth quarter, as the
Boilermakers were running down the clock.
TURNOVERS = TOUCHDOWNS
Purdue has forced five turnovers through the first four games and has made the most
of them.
The Boilermakers have scored a touchdown after each of the five takeaways they have
this season.
In week one, Frankie Williams returned an interception inside the five against Western
Michigan, which led to a Danny Etling rushing touchdown.
In week two against Central Michigan, JaWhaun Bentleys 44-yard interception return
set up an Austin Appleby touchdown pass to Danny Anthrop one play later.
In week three against Notre Dame, Antoine Lewis forced fumble and Jalani Phillips
recovery led to a Danny Etling touchdown pass to DeAngelo Yancey three plays later.
Last week, Purdue forced a first quarter fumble, which led to an Etling 10-yard
touchdown pass to Yancey.
Purdue then forced an interception in the same quarter against Southern Illinois, as
Landon Feichter picked off a pass. One play later, Etling hit Danny Anthrop for a 44-yard
touchdown strike.
Conversely, Purdue has turned the ball over seven times this season and has held its
opponents to 20 points off those miscues, with two field goals and two touchdowns.
Purdues defense has held tough after turnovers, holding the opponents to just two
field goals and a touchdown, as the other touchdown was a pick-six.
BABY BOILERS
Purdue ranks seventh in the country in terms of most underclassmen (Fr., R-Fr., So.,
R-So.) in fall training camps. 70 of the 101 players in Purdues camp were sophomores
or younger.
Sophomore DeAngelo Yancey led the team in receiving yards with 546 as a true
freshman in 2013. His total ranked 13th among freshmen in FBS.
Yancey was sixth among freshmen in FBS with 49.6 receiving yards per game.
The Boilers return 35 players who have made at least one start in their career heading
into the season.
Of the 35, 20 have at least one more year of eligibility remaining.
Purdues three scholarship quarterbacks are all sophomores or younger.
Four of Purdues top seven receivers this season have at least one year of eligibility
remaining (Danny Anthrop, B.J. Knauf DeAngelo Yancey and Cameron Posey).
Two of Purdues three interceptions this season are by players with remaining eligibility,
junior Frankie Williams and freshman JaWhaun Bentley.
WILLIAMS DOES IT ALL
Junior Frankie Williams switched to safety in the offseason, after playing his first two
years at cornerback.
In his first game at his new position in the first week, Williams recorded the games only
turnover with an interception in the second quarter, setting up a Purdue touchdown
three plays later.

Where Theyre From


The 106 Purdue Players

Indiana................................................ 29
Florida................................................. 17
Georgia.................................................. 9
Illinois.................................................... 9
Ohio....................................................... 9
Texas...................................................... 8
California............................................... 4
Michigan............................................... 3
Pennsylvania......................................... 3
Alabama................................................ 2
Kentucky............................................... 2
Maryland............................................... 2
Virginia.................................................. 2
Arizona.................................................. 1
Arkansas................................................ 1
Massachusetts....................................... 1
New Jersey............................................ 1
North Carolina...................................... 1
Sweden.................................................. 1
Wisconsin.............................................. 1
Total: 19 States, 1 Country

Boilermakers in the NFL


Name
Team
Yrs. at Purdue
Ricardo Allen Atlanta Falcons
2010-13
Cliff Avril
Seattle Seahawks
2004-07
Drew Brees New Orleans Saints 1997-2000
Bruce Gaston Miami Dolphins
2010-13
Nick Hardwick San Diego Chargers 2002-03
Dennis Kelly Philadelphia Eagles
2008-11
Ryan Kerrigan Washington Redskins 2007-10
Greg Latta
Denver Broncos
2012-13
Mike Neal
Green Bay Packers
2006-09
Rob Ninkovich New England Patriots 2004-05
Greg Orton New England Patriots 2005-08
Kyle Orton
Buffalo Bills
2001-04
Kevin Pamphile Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2010-13
Shaun Phillips Tennessee Titans
2000-03
Bernard Pollard Tennessee Titans
2003-05
Kory Sheets
Oakland Raiders
2006-08
Kawann Short Carolina Panthers
2009-12
Anthony Spencer Dallas Cowboys
2003-06
Total: 18 NFL Players

Countdown to Kickoff

12


11

10

Danny Etling ranks 12th in Purdue


history with a completion
percentage of 56.3 percent (min.
300 attempts).

Williams also had two huge pass breakups in the final four plays, including on fourth
down, securing the win for Purdue.
Williams has also made a name for himself as a nationally ranked punt returner.
Through the first four games, Williams has five returns for 101 yards, a 20.2 average.

COACH TO CURE MD
For the seventh time and sixth-consecutive season, coaches around the country with
participate in the Coach To Cure MD weekend.
Purdue has already sacked
Coaches around the country, including Purdues Darrell Hazell, will wear a patch on
opposing quarterbacks 11 times
their sleeve with the Coach To Cure MD logo.
this season, after 14 all of last year.
College fans are asked to donate to research projects that are supported by Parent
Project Muscular Dystrophy (PPMD).
Purdue has beaten Iowa 10 out of The annual effort has raised more than a million dollars to battle Duchenne muscular
13 times in homecoming games.
dystrophy.
More than 60 games around the country will feature a local Duchenne family on the
field before or during the contest.
Danny Etling is tied for ninth
Last year, more than 10,000 college coaches at more than 600 different institutions
in FBS among quarterbacks for
rushing touchdowns. He has three.
participated in Coach To Cure MD events.
Duchenne muscular dystrophy is the most common fatal genetic disorder diagnosed
during childhood and primarily affects boys across all races and cultures.
Purdue has returned eight punts for

Football fans can donate to Duchenne muscular dystrophy research by either going
134 yards, compared to 104 return
online to www.CoachtoCureMD.org or by texting the word CURE to 90999 (a $5
yards on nine returns a year ago.
donation will automatically be added to your next phone bill).

Sean Robinson picked up his first


career sack last week, dropping the
Southern Illinois quarterback for a
loss of seven yards.

DAVE BUTZ HALL OF FAME


Dave Butz was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame earlier this year and will
be honored during todays game.
Butz, a defense end for the Boilermakers from 1970 to 1972, is one of 15 Purdue
individuals selected to the college hall.
Paul Griggs has knocked down six
Butz was a consensus All-American as a senior and was widely considered the best
field goals this season, giving him 16
defender in college football.
for his career. He is tied for 10th in
program history for made field goals. Butz played 16 seasons in the NFL and had 59.5 career sacks.
Butz is a two-time Super Bowl champion.

Purdue has forced five turnovers this 1989 AND 1964 TEAMS HONORED


season and has turned them into five
5
touchdowns.

Ryan Watson is tied for the Big Ten


lead with four sacks on the season.

Purdue ranks third in the Big Ten



in kickoff return average and net
punting.

And as part of Varsity P Club weekend, Purdues 1989 (25th anniversary) and 1964
(50th anniversary) teams, will be honored during todays game.
Purdues 1989 time finished 3-8 overall, and had wins over Miami (Ohio), Northwestern
and Indiana.
Purdues 1964 team finished third in the Big Ten and was 6-3 overall.
The 64 team, coached by Jack Mollenkopf, defeated No. 5 Michigan on the road, and
then followed that up with a win at Iowa.
The 1964 team finished 5-2 in the Big Ten.

CHAIN MOVERS
The Boilermakers converted a two- Purdue has picked up 81 first downs this season.
point converstion last Saturday, the Raheem Mostert has done most of the heavy lifting with 19 first downs, 16 by rushing
programs first since 2008.
and three by reception.
Akeem Hunt has accounted for 13 of the first downs, with 10 rushing and three
receiving.
Danny Anthrop had the No. 1

Danny Anthrop is third on the team with nine first downs, all by reception.
receiving performance in the Big

Ten last week, with 106 yards on


five catches.
Purdue shut out Southern Illinois
in the first quarter last week, the
first time this season the
Boilermakers have done so.

IN THE BIG TEN RANKS


As Purdue enters Big Ten play, the Boilermakers have several totals that rank among
the best in the Big Ten.
The Boilermakers have stopped its opponents on all four first down tries, giving it a tie
at the top of the Big Ten rankings with Rutgers.
Purdue is third in the Big Ten in kickoff return average, with an average of 24.64 yards
per return.
The Boilermakers are third in the Big Ten in net punting, averaging 39.88 net yards per

kick.
Purdue is first in the Big Ten, and the nation, in punt return defense. The Boilermakers
have limited opposing teams to -3.50 yards per return.
The Boilermakers are second in the Big Ten in punt returns, with an average of 16.75
yards per return.
Ryan Watson is tied for the Big Ten lead with four sacks this season.
The Boilermakers are fourth with 2.75 sacks per game.
Raheem Mostert is sixth in the Big Ten in all-purpose yards per game, with 129.0.
Paul Griggs is tied for third in the conference, connecting on 85.7 percent of his field
goals.
JaWhaun Bentley and Jalani Phillips are among several Big Ten defenders tied for third
in the league with one recovered fumble.
Raheem Mostert is second in the Big Ten with an average of 27.2 yards per kickoff
return.
Frankie Williams is second in the Big Ten with a punt return average of 20.2 yards.
First-year punter Thomas Meadows is fourth in the Big Ten in punting average, with
40.6 yards per kick.
Danny Etling has the second-most rushing touchdowns by a Big Ten quarterback this
season, with three.

ROSS-ADE STADIUM UPDATES


Ross-Ade Stadium has a new look this year, after taking out 5,264 seats in the south
end zone.
The bleachers, which had been modified from Lambert Fieldhouse, were in need of
repair, but with future plans for a permanent structure, it was decided to remove them
during the first and second week of July.
The new South End Zone Patio is a temporary design, ahead of a final major renovation
plan that is yet to be finalized for the coming years.
The patio is available to football season-ticket holders and Purdue students who have
purchased the VIP Card. It will open one and a half hours before kickoff and close at
the end of the game.
Anchored by a 3,200-square-foot high-peak tent, the space will also feature several
pergolas and an array of patio-style furniture, including tables with umbrellas.
Fans are able to purchase typical tailgate food and beverage, including beer and wine.
Six 46-inch televisions will be mounted throughout.
Week one against Western Michigan drew rave reviews from the fans about the patio
setup.
Space is limited to 1,500 fans at a time.
NATIONS BIGGEST, NATIONS FASTEST
Purdue guard Corey Clements is the largest player in FBS football for the 2014 season.
The junior, in his first year at Purdue, checks in at 68 and 400 pounds. No other player
in FBS is as big as Clements.
Raheem Mostert is widely considered the fastest man in college football.
After winning the Big Ten Championship in the indoor 60-meter and 200-meter dashes,
and outdoor 100-meter and 200-meter dashes on the track, Mostert was a Second
Team All-American in 100m, 4x100m relay and both indoor events, while picking up
Honorable Mention honors in the outdoor 200m.
Mostert had a season-best 10.15-seconds time in the 100m dash, and was thus tabbed
college footballs fastest player by NFL.com. His time was the fastest track time by a
football player in 2013-14.
TWO-SPORT STAR
Raheem Mostert has showed his speed on the gridiron on kick returns and on the track
as a four-time Big Ten Champion.
The senior starting running back competed in track as a freshman in 2012 and finished
fourth in the 60m dash at the Big Ten Championships, before returning to spring
practice.
After sitting out the 2013 track seasons with an injury, Mostert returned bigger, stronger

Last 20 Games vs. Iowa

11/9/2013...........L, 14-38
11/10/2012....... W, 27-24
11/19/2011.........L, 21-31
11/15/2008.........L, 17-22
10/20/2007......... W, 31-6
10/7/2006...........L, 17-47
10/8/2005...........L, 17-34
11/6/2004...........L, 21-23
11/8/2003......... W, 27-14
10/5/2002...........L, 28-31
10/6/2001......... W, 23-14
10/31/1998....... W, 36-14
11/1/1997...........L, 17-35
10/29/1994.........T, 21-21
10/30/1993.........L, 17-26
10/24/1992....... W, 27-16
10/26/1991.........L, 21-31
11/17/1990...........L, 9-38
11/18/1989...........L, 0-24
10/22/1988...........L, 7-31

Last Year vs. Iowa


The Boilermakers shut the
Hawkeyes out in the first
quarter, but were unable
to score themselves. In the
second quarter, the teams
traded touchdowns until Iowa took the lead for
good with a Mark Weisman
4-yard touchdown run with
less than two minutes to go
in the first half.

Austin Appleby made his


first appearance as a Boilermaker in the fourth
quarter, and connected on
a 44-yard touchdown pass
to Danny Anthrop with less
than a minute to play.
Iowa won the game 38-14.

and faster.
Mostert won the 60-meter dash and 200-meter dash at the Indoor Big Ten
Championships, the 60-meter in a school-record time of 6.63 seconds and the 200m in
a Big Ten Championships-record time of 20.73 seconds.
He also ran the anchor leg of the schools 4x400m relay team which finished sixth,
which earned him 23 of the teams 61 points.
Mostert advanced to the Indoor NCAA Championships and was Second Team AllAmerica in the 60m and 200m.
After this years spring football, Mostert was back on the track for his first career outdoor
track season. He won the Big Ten Championship in the 100-meter and 200-meter dash,
and earned a silver medal in the 4x100m after bringing the relay team from fifth to
second in his final leg. The relay team was 0.01 of a second off another gold medal.
Mostert also ran the anchor leg of the 4x400m relay, on the same day as his other three
events, and helped the team take fourth.
Mostert earned 33 of the teams 79 points at the outdoor conference championships.
Mostert advanced through the NCAA East Preliminary Round to the NCAA
Championships in a team-best three events, the 100m, 200m and 4x100m.
At the Outdoor NCAA Championships, Mostert was Second Team All-American in the
4x100m and 100m, and was Honorable Mention in the 200m.
Mostert had personal bests of: 6.63 seconds in the 60m, 10.15 seconds in the 100m
and 20.65 seconds in the 200m.
Mostert was named the Big Ten Male Track Athlete of the Big Ten Championships
during both indoor and outdoor seasons.
Mostert was tabbed the Great Lakes Region Mens Track Athlete of the Year after the
outdoor season.
In football, Mostert was the NCAA Statistical Champion in kickoff return average as a
freshman, with 33.5 yards per return.
Mostert has returned two kickoffs for touchdowns in his career, including a 100-yarder
at Penn State last year.
Mostert has 293 rushing yards, 60 receiving yards and 163 kickoff return yards this
season.

WATCH LISTED
Four Boilermakers were named to preseason watch lists for the 2014 season.
Senior Akeem Hunt was named to the Paul Hornung Award (most versatile player) list
for the second year in a row.
Junior Robert Kugler was named to the Rimington Award (nations top center) list.
Hunt and senior defensive end Ryan Russell were named to the Senior Bowl watch list.
CAPTAINS CORNER
The team voted for captains on Aug. 21 and named Robert Kugler, Sean Robinson, Ryan
Russell and Justin Sinz the leaders of the 2014 squad.
The captains could only be chosen from upperclassmen.
DANGEROUS DUO
Akeem Hunt and Raheem Mostert are one of the most electric running back and kick
return duos in the country.
Mostert rushed for 146 yards on 22 carries, 6.6 avg., in his first career start against
Western Michigan.
Hunt complimented nicely with 78 yards on 15 carries, 5.2 avg., and had two catches
for seven yards in that game. He also returned two kickoffs for 43 yards.
Raheem Mosterts 146 rushing yards was the 19th-best total in week one and the fifth
best in the Big Ten.
Akeem Hunt is 15th among active players in FBS with 3,514 all-purpose yards in his
career. That total is second in the Big Ten.
Mostert ranks sixth nationally among active FBS players in kickoff return average.
Mostert averages 28.7 yards per kickoff return.
Purdue has had six 100-yard kickoff returns for a touchdown in program history and
Hunt and Mostert both have one.
Each player has two kickoff returns for a touchdown in his career.

Hunt currently ranks second in Purdue history in career kickoff return yards with 1,724,
while Mostert ranks third with 1,680. Dorien Bryant is the school record holder with
2,125.
Mostert is third in Purdue history in kickoff return average at 28.7 yards per return,
while Hunt is tied for eighth with a 23.6 yard per return average.
Mostert was the NCAA FBS return leader as a freshman in 2011 with a 33.5 yards per
return average (25-837). He had four returns of 71 yards or more, including a 99-yard
touchdown against Western Michigan in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl.

BOILERMAKER DEPOT
For all information regarding the activities on campus during game week, fans have a
one-stop spot for it all.
The Boilermaker Depot lists all the happenings on and around campus for the
excitement leading up to each big game.
It can be accessed by going to BoilermakerDepot.com.
IRON MEN
Senior defensive end Ryan Russell has started 39 career games during his career,
including all four this season.
Senior safety Taylor Richards has 27 career starts, including two this year.
Senior linebacker Joe Gilliam has started 23 games in his career.
Junior safety Frankie Williams has started 20 games, including 11 last season.
Junior cornerback Anthony Brown has started 14 consecutive games heading into
Saturday.
Senior linebacker Sean Robinson has 20 career starts, 19 on defense, including nine
last year.
Junior center Robert Kugler has started 23 consecutive games.
Senior tight end Justin Sinz has 15 career starts, including 10 last year.
Senior Gabe Holmes has started at least two games each of the four years he has been
at Purdue and has 15 for his career.
Sophomore quarterback Danny Etling has started 11 straight games.
Sophomore Jason King has made nine consecutive starts at left guard.
Purdues offensive line has stayed intact this season, with Kugler, King, Jordan Roos,
Cameron Cermin and J.J. Prince all starting all four games.
AIR DEFENSE
Despite losing the No. 2 all-time interception leader in program history in Ricardo Allen
to the NFL, the Boilermaker secondary is one of the most experienced units on the team.
Junior safety Frankie Williams has 20 starts under his belt and has appeared in all 29
games of his career. Williams has five interceptions in his career, including one in week
one against Western Michigan.
Williams returned his second quarter interception 56 yards to the 4-yard line, which set
up a Purdue touchdown against Western Michigan.
Senior safety Landon Feichter has made 20 career starts, despite missing six games a
year ago with an injury. Feichter has six career interceptions, including one last week.
Junior cornerback Anthony Brown has started 14-straight games and has appeared
in 25 games during his career. Brown led the team in tackles last year with 69 stops.
Senior cornerback Antoine Lewis has started six career games and has appeared in 33
games. Lewis has two career interceptions and forced a fumble against Notre Dame
and Central Michigan.
Sophomore safety Austin Logan appeared in 11 games last year and had an interception.
Sophomore cornerback Leroy Clark appeared in 11 games last year, including two starts.
Taylor Richards returned to the field against Notre Dame and had three tackles and a
pass breakup.
YOUNG QBs
The Boilermakers have three scholarship quarterbacks and four total, and all are
freshmen or sophomores.
Purdues quarterbacks had combined for nine career appearances and seven starts, the

10

2012 Thriller at Iowa


The Boilermakers led 1410 at the half, behind an
Akeem Shavers touchdown
run and Gabe Holmes
touchdown reception from
Robert Marve.
Iowa tied it up in the second half and looked to go
on a game-winning drive
with less than two minutes
left. However, on fourth
and three from Purdues
35, the Hawkeyes opted
to go for it. Purdue saftey
Taylor Richards flew up on
a short pass and stopped
Zach Derby two yards short
of the first down.
The Boilermakers took over
on downs at their own 34
with just 16 seconds left.
Marve ran the first play 17
yards to the Iowa 49 with
10 seconds remaining. On
the next play, Marve hit
Antavian Edison for 20
yards to the Iowa 29 with
five seconds left. Thenfreshman Paul Griggs trotted out for his first kick of
the game, after Sam McCartney had hit three extra
points and a short field
goal. Griggs nailed the
then-career best 46-yard
field goal as time expired
to give Purdue the 27-24
win.

15th-most inexperienced group in FBS, heading into the season.


Danny Etling has started the last 10 games, and has 11 career appearances.
Austin Appleby has two career appearances.

VERY YOUNG O-LINE


The Boilermakers have the ninth-least experienced offensive line returning from last
season.
The hog mollies return with a combined 30 career starts among them, including 19
from junior center Robert Kugler, from last season.
Jason King has six starts, while Jordan Roos has five.
J.J. Prince and Cameron Cermin made their first career starts in the season-opener
against Western Michigan.
All of the starting linemen have eligibility left after this season, including King, Roos,
Prince and Cermin who are all sophomores.
Junior transfer David Hedelin will make his Purdue debut on Saturday.
RECEIVING EXPERIENCE
The Boilermakers return the vast majority of their receptions from last season.
Purdue ranks ninth in the country for the highest percentage of receptions returning
from last season.
The group returns 86.4 percent of its receptions last year (203 of 235).
New Big Ten member Maryland leads FBS, returning 93.5 percent of its receptions from
2013 (215 of 230).
211 SESSION
The football team brings back the 211 Session for the second-straight year.
The 211 session is a major pep rally hosted inside Mackey Arena before all home
games.
The event begins two hours and 11 minutes prior to kickoff and features the AllAmerican Marching Band, head coach Darrell Hazell, the team, cheerleaders and
Purdue Pete.
The event is designed for fans to have a personal connection with the team and create tremendous excitement heading into the game.
The session is named such because at 211 water is hot, but at 212 water boils and
produces steam, which can power an engine. The excitement from the event will help
the atmosphere rise one degree and make Ross-Ade Stadium, nicknamed The
Furnace, a very difficult place for opponents to play.
WILLIAMS NAMED TO HORNUNG HONOR ROLL
Purdue safety Frankie Williams was one of four players - two offensive and two
defensive - named to the Honor Roll after the first week.
The Hornung Honor Roll is for players who make a game-changing play.
It recognizes versatile, single-game performances in FBS.
Williams had an interception and returned it 56 yards to the Western Michigan 4-yard
line, which set up a Purdue touchdown three plays later in the first week.
Williams also had two pass breakups in Western Michigans final offensive series of
the game.
Williams returned two punts for 27 and 36 yards.
Williams finished with seven tackles.
UCLAs defensive back Ishmael Adams, Georgia running back Todd Gurley and Stanford
wide receiver Ty Montgomery were the other honorees.
DALE TO WIDE RECEIVER
Freshman Cedric Dale has switched positions.
The rookie came in as a safety, but moved to the offensive side of the ball prior to the
week four game against Southern Illinois.

11

2014 Season
Date
Aug. 30
Sept. 6
Sept. 13
Sept. 20
Sept. 27
Oct. 4
Oct. 11
Oct. 18
Nov. 1
Nov. 8
Nov. 22
Nov. 29

Schedule/Game Results

Opponent
Western Michigan, W
Central Michigan, L
vs. Notre Dame [1], L
Southern Illinois, W
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana

Score Overall Conference Time


43-34
1-0
0-0
3:44
17-38
1-1
0-0
3:13
14-30
1-2
0-0
3:28
35-13
2-2
0-0
3:19

Team Statistics

Attend
37,031
36,410
56,832
31,434

TEAM STATISTICS
PUR
OPP
SCORING
109 115
Points Per Game
27.2
28.8
FIRST DOWNS
81
90
Rushing
37
35
Passing
39
48
Penalty
5
7
RUSHING YARDAGE
587
595
Yards gained rushing
673
693
Yards lost rushing
86
98
Rushing Attempts
143
141
Average Per Rush
4.1
4.2
Average Per Game
146.8
148.8
TDs Rushing
6
7
PASSING YARDAGE
817
922
Comp-Att-Int
85-153-4
83-143-3
Average Per Pass
5.3
6.4
Average Per Catch
9.6
11.1
Average Per Game
204.2
230.5
TDs Passing
7
6
TOTAL OFFENSE
1404
1517
Total Plays
296
284
Average Per Play
4.7
5.3
Average Per Game
351.0
379.2
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
11-271
10-266
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
8-134
2--7
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
3-123
4-57
KICK RETURN AVERAGE
24.6
26.6
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
16.8
-3.5
INT RETURN AVERAGE
41.0
14.2
FUMBLES-LOST
5-3 4-2
PENALTIES-Yards
23-188 18-128
Average Per Game
47.0
32.0
PUNTS-Yards
17-691 18-762
Average Per Punt
40.6
42.3
Net punt average
39.9
33.8
KICKOFFS-Yards
22-1334 24-1453
Average Per Kick
60.6
60.5
Net kick average
36.0
36.8
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
29:13
30:47
3RD-DOWN Conversions
29/66
29/62
3rd-Down Pct
44%
47%
4TH-DOWN Conversions
4/11
0/4
4th-Down Pct
36%
0%
SACKS BY-Yards
11-67
8-57
MISC YARDS
0
0
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED
13
14
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS
6-7
6-8
ON-SIDE KICKS
0-0
0-0
RED-ZONE SCORES
(13-17) 76%
(14-15) 93%
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS
(10-17) 59%
(10-15) 67%
PAT-ATTEMPTS
(11-12) 92%
(13-14) 93%
ATTENDANCE
104875 0
Games/Avg Per Game
3/34958
0/0
Neutral Site Games
1/56832

Score by Quarters


1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Purdue
31
41 17 20 109
Opponents 28
27 35 25 115

12

Individual Statistics

RUSHING
GP Att
Mostert, Raheem 4 67
Hunt, Akeem 4 31
Green, Keyante 1 13
Etling, Danny 4 27
Appleby, Austin 2 3
TEAM
3 2
Total..........
4 143
Opponents...... 4 141

Gain Loss Net Avg TD Lng Avg/G


299 6 293 4.4 1 34 73.2
193 14 179 5.8 1 38 44.8
71 0 71 5.5 0 16
71.0
90 60 30 1.1 3 27
7.5
20 2 18 6.0 1 11
9.0
0 4 -4 -2.0
0 0 -1.3
673 86 587 4.1 6 38 146.8
693 98 595 4.2 7 61 148.8

PASSING G
Effic
Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds
Etling, Danny
4
111.67 78-136-4
57.4 739
Appleby, Austin
2
99.13 7-17-0 41.2 78
1
Total..........
4 110.28 85-153-4 55.6 817
Opponents...... 4 121.85 83-143-3 58.0 922

TD
6
23
7
6

Lng Avg/G
44 184.8
39.0
44 204.2
65 230.5

RECEIVING
G
No.
Sinz, Justin
4
16
Hunt, Akeem 4 13
Anthrop, Danny
4
12
Mostert, Raheem
4 9
Yancey, De. 4 7
Knauf, B.J.
3 7
Posey, Cameron 3 7
Holmes, Gabe 4 6
Macarthy
4 4
Phillips, G.
4 2
Cottom, Brandon
4 2
Total..........
4 85
Opponents...... 4 83

Yds Avg TD
Long Avg/G
123 7.7
1
17
30.8
76 5.8 0 31 19.0
204 17.0 2
44
51.0
60 6.7 0 15 15.0
87 12.4
2 29 21.8
71 10.1
0 20 23.7
69 9.9 0 19 23.0
44 7.3
1 9 11.0
39 9.8 0 13 9.8
34 17.0
0 29 8.5
10 5.0
1 7 2.5
817 9.6 7 44 204.2
922 11.1 6 65 230.5

PUNT RETURNS
Williams, F.
Knauf, B.J.
Anthrop, Danny
Total..........
Opponents......

No.
5
2
1
8
2

Yds
101
26
7
134
-7

Avg TD
20.2 0
13.0 0
7.0
0
16.8 0
-3.5 0

Long
36
21
7
36
0

KICK RETURNS
Mostert, Raheem
Hunt, Akeem
Yancey, David
Anthrop, Danny
Total..........
Opponents......

No.
6
3
1
1
11
10

Yds
163
58
17
33
271
266

Avg TD
27.2 0
19.3 0
17.0 0
33.0 0
24.6 0
26.6 0

Long
41
23
17
33
41
60

2014 Season
Individual Statistics

ALL PURPOSE
G
Rush Rec PR
KOR IR
Tot Avg/G
Mostert, Raheem
4 293
60 0 163
0 516
129.0
Hunt, Akeem 4 179 76 0 58 0 313
78.2
Anthrop, Danny
4 0 204
7 33 0 244
61.0
Williams, F. 4 0 0 101
0 56 157
39.2
Sinz, Justin 4 0 123
0 0 0 123
30.8
Knauf, B.J.
3 0 71 26 0 0 97 32.3
Yancey, De. 4 0 87 0 0 0 87
21.8
Green, Keyante
1 71 0 0 0 0 71
71.0
FUMBLE RETURNS No. Yds
Avg
TD Long
Posey, Cameron
3 0 69 0 0 0 69
23.0
Total..........
0 0 0.0
0 0
Holmes, Gabe 4 0 44 0 0 0 44
11.0
Bentley
4 0 0 0 0 44 44
11.0
Opponents......
0 0 0.0
0 0
Macarthy 4 0 39 0 0 0 39
9.8
Phillips, G. 4 0 34 0 0 0 34
8.5

|--------------- PATs ---------------|
Etling, Danny 4 30 0 0 0 0 30
7.5
SCORING
TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
Feichter, L. 4 0 0 0 0 23 23
5.8
Griggs, Paul 0 6-7 11-12
0-0 0 0-0 0 0 29
Appleby, Austin
2 18 0 0 0 0 18
9.0
Etling, Danny 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Yancey, David 4 0 0 0 17 0 17
4.2
Anthrop, Danny 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Cottom, Brandon
4 0 10 0 0 0 10
2.5
Yancey, De.
2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
TEAM
3 -4 0 0 0 0 -4
-1.3
Cottom, Brandon 1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 8
Total..........
4
587
817 134 271 123 1932
483.0
Mostert, Raheem 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Opponents...... 4 595 922 -7 266 57 1833
458.2
Appleby, Austin 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
INTERCEPTIONS
Bentley
Feichter, L.
Williams, F.
Total..........
Opponents......

Sinz, Justin
Holmes, Gabe
Hunt, Akeem
Total..........
Opponents......

No.
1
1
1
3
4

1 0-0
1 0-0
1 0-0
13 6-7
14 6-8

TOTAL OFFENSE G
Plays
Etling, Danny 4 163
Mostert, Raheem 4 67
Hunt, Akeem 4 31
Appleby, Austin 2 20
Green, Keyante 1 13
TEAM
3 2
Total..........
4 296
Opponents...... 4 284

Yds Avg TD
44 44.0 0
23
23.0 0
56
56.0 0
123 41.0 0
57 14.2 1

Long
44
23
56
56
57

0-0 0-0 0
0-0 0-0 0
0-0 0-0 0
11-12
1-1 0
13-14
0-0 0

0-0 0
0-0 0
0-0 0
0-0 0
0-0 0

Rush Pass Total Avg/G


30 739 769 192.2
293 0 293 73.2
179 0 179 44.8
18 78 96 48.0
71 0 71 71.0
-4 0 -4 -1.3
587 817 1404 351.0
595 922 1517 379.2

0 6
0 6
0 6
0 109
0 115

FIELD GOALS
FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
Griggs, Paul 6-7
85.7
0-0 1-1 2-2 2-3 1-1 51
0
FG SEQUENCE
Western Michigan
Central Michigan
Notre Dame
Southern Illinois

Purdue
OPPONENTS
(35),(51),(44)
47,(42)
(23)
-
50,(19),(48),(39)
(30),(29) 47,(30),(30)

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.


PUNTING
No. Yds
Avg Long TB FC
I20
Blkd
Meadows, Thomas
17
691
40.6
57
1
6 4 0
Total.......... 17
691
40.6
57
1
6 4 0
Opponents...... 18
762
42.3
53
1
3 6 0

KICKOFFS
MacDougall, Ian
Total..........
Opponents......

No. Yds
22 1334
22 1334
24 1453

Avg TB
60.6 11
60.6 11
60.5 12

OB Retn Net YdLn



1
1
266 36.0 28
1
271 36.8 28

13

2014 Season

DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP

Defensive Statistics

|--------Tackles--------|
|--Sacks--| |----Pass Def----|
Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp
QBH

|---Fumbles---|
Rcv-Yds FF

Blkd
Kick

Saf

44
Feichter, L.
4 21
12
33
0.5-1
. 1-23
. . . . . .
10
Robinson, Sean 4 19
11
30
3.0-12
1.0-7
. 1 . . . . .
35
Bentley
4
13 12 25 1.0-3 .
1-44 1
.
1-0 .
.
.
24
Williams, F.
4 17
7
24
. . 1-56
3 . . . . .
9D
Brown, Anthony 4 14
4
18
5.0-18
1.5-6
. 3 . . . . .
89
Phillips, J.
4
8 8 16 1.5-6 1.0-5 . .
. 1-0 .
. .
23
Lewis, Antoine 4 9
5
14
1.0-10
1.0-10
. 2 . . 2 . .
99
Russell, Ryan 4 7
7
14
1.0-5
1.0-5
. 1 . . . . .
5D
Logan, Austin 3 7
4
11
. . . . . . . . .
92
Watson, Ryan 4 8
2
10
4.0-27
4.0-27
. . . . . . .
39
Gilliam, Joe
4 6
2
8
1.0-2
. . 1 . . . . .
54
Replogle, Jake 4 4
4
8
2.0-3
. . . . . . . .
14
Howard, RaZahn
4 2
4
6
. . . 1 . . . . .
29
Herman, Jimmie 2 3
2
5
. . . . . . . . .
4D
Richards
2 3
2
5
. . . 2 . . . . .
40
Link, Collin
4 3
1
4
. . . . . . . . .
1E
Robinson, Gelen 4 2
2
4
1.5-5
1.0-5
. . . . . . .
36
Ezechukwu
4 2
2
4
0.5-2
0.5-2
. . . . . . .
3D
Clark, Leroy 4 1
2
3
. . . . . . . . .
27
Knox, D.J.
4 2
.
2
. . .
. . . . . .
15
Hart, Trae
4 2
.
2
. . . . . . . . .
42
Garcia
4 .
1
1
. . . . . . . . .
7D
Gregory, Robert 4 1
.
1
. . . . . . . . .
6O
Norwood, Miles 3 1
.
1
. . . . . . . . .
95
Panfil, Evan
4 1
.
1
. . . . . . . . .
32
Pulliam, Evan 2 1
.
1
. . . . . . . . .
13
Phillips, G.
4 1
.
1
. . .
. . . . . .
TM
TEAM
3 1
.
1
. . .
. . . . . .

Total..........
4 159
94
253
22-94
11-67
3-123
15
. 2-0
2 . .

Opponents...... 4 177
72
249
21.0-87
8-57
4-57
14
. 3-0
5 . .

14

2014 Depth Chart


Offense

Defense

WR

7 DeAngelo Yancey, So., 6-2, 218, Atlanta, Ga.


13 Gregory Phillips, Fr., 6-0, 190, Lithona, Ga.

DT

54 Jake Replogle, So., 6-5, 269, Centerville, Ohio


97 Michael Rouse III, Jr., 6-4, 314, Flossmoor, Ill.

WR
or

33 Danny Anthrop, Jr., 6-3, 191, West Lafayette, Ind.


83 B.J. Knauf, So., 5-10, 187, Winter Haven Fla.

14 RaZahn Howard, So., 6-3, 323, Asbury Park, N.J.


92 Ryan Watson, Jr., 6-2, 291, Ellicott City, Md.

LT

66 Cameron Cermin, So., 6-5, 303, College Station, Texas


75 David Hedelin, Jr., 6-4, 295, Stockholm, Sweden

NG


DE

LG

72 Jason King, So., 6-4, 309, Little Rock, Ark.


76 Jason Tretter, R-Fr.. 6-6, 304, Richfield, Ohio

89 Jalani Phillips, Sr., 6-4, 265, Warner Robbins, Ga.


13 Gelen Robinson, Fr., 6-1, 239, Schererville, Ind.

57 Robert Kugler, Jr., 6-3, 298, Pittsburgh, Pa.


53 Kirk Barron, Fr., 6-1, 305, Mishawaka, Ind.

RE


Will

99 Ryan Russell, 5th, 6-5, 273, Carrollton, Texas


95 Evan Panfil, So., 6-5, 251, New Lenox, Ill.

35 JaWhaun Bentley, Fr., 6-2, 250, Glenarden, Md.


36 Danny Ezechukwu, R-Fr., 6-2, 246, Lithona, Ga.

RG 70 Jordan Roos, So., 6-4, 312, Celina, Texas



71 Corey Clements, Jr., 6-8, 400, Birmingham, Ala.

RT
73 J.J. Prince, So., 6-6, 302, Southlake, Texas

77 Joey Warburg, So., 6-5, 289, Louisville, Ky.

TE
86 Gabe Holmes, 5th, 6-5, 258, Miramar, Fla.

84 Justin Sinz, 5th, 6-4, 249, Edgar, Wis.

Mike 10 Sean Robinson, 5th, 6-3, 239 Springfield, Ill.



39 Joe Gilliam, 5th, 6-1, 230, Indianapolis, Ind.

WR

or

QB


RB

SS

18 Cameron Posey, So., 6-1, 182, Boca Raton, Fla.


15 Trae Hart, Fr., 5-10, 157, Mesquite, Texas
9 Dan Monteroso, So., 6-3, 197, Saint Clairsville, Ohio
5 Danny Etling, So., 6-2, 221, Terre Haute, Ind.
12 Austin Appleby, So., 6-5, 238, North Canton, Ohio
8 Raheem Mostert, Sr., 5-11, 189, New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
1 Akeem Hunt, Sr., 5-10, 183, Covington, Ga.
23 Keyante Green, R-Fr., 5-9, 210, McDonough, Ga.

Sam 29 Jimmy Herman, So., 6-4,230, Carmel, Ind.



42 Andy James Garcia, So., 6-0, 217, Miami, Fla.
LCB

9 Anthony Borwn, Jr., 5-11, 195, Tampa, Fla.


3 Leroy Clark, So., 5-10, 187, Miami, Fla.
24 Frankie Williams, Jr., 5-9, 189, Tampa, Fla.
4 Taylor Richards, Sr., 5-10, 196, Lake Mary, Fla.

FS
44 Landon Feichter, 5th, 6-0, 192, Fort Wayne, Ind.

5 Austin Logan, So., 6-0, 200, Tallahassee, Fla.

RCB 23 Antoine Lewis, 5th, 5-10, 186, Chicago, Ill.

2 DaWan Hunte, R-Fr., 5-9, 175 Miami, Fla.

Specialists
Punter

30 Thomas Meadows, Jr., 6-0, 183, Maidens, Va.


31 Parker Flynn, 5th, 6-0, 200, Orange, Calif.

Placekicker

37 Paul Griggs, Jr., 6-1, 197, Charlotte, N.C.


26 Ian MacDougall, 5th, 6-1, 208, Westfield, Ind.

Kickoffs

26 Ian MacDougall, 5th, 6-1, 208, Westfield, Ind.


31 Parker Flynn, 5th, 6-0, 200, Orange, Calif.

Long Snapper

50 Jesse Schmitt, 5th, 6-3, 244, Louisville, Ky.


69 John Bednar, So., 6-2, 244, Valparaiso, Ind.

Holder

30 Thomas Meadows, Jr., 6-0, 183, Maidens, Va.


12 Austin Appleby, So., 6-5, 238, North Canton, Ohio

Kickoff Returns

Punt Returns

1 Akeem Hunt, Sr., 5-10, 183, Covington, Ga.


8 Raheem Mostert, Sr., 5-11, 189, New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
24 Frankie Williams, Jr., 5-9, 189, Tampa, Fla.
33 Danny Anthrop, Jr., 6-3, 191, West Lafayette, Ind.

15

Box Score (Final)


The Automated ScoreBook
Western Michigan vs Purdue (Aug 30, 2014 at West Lafayette, Ind.)
Score by Quarters
Western Michigan
Purdue
Qtr Time
1st 07:45
03:03
2nd 12:53
11:16
08:58
05:16
00:16
3rd 10:28
08:01
03:16
00:41
4th 08:11
03:42

7
7

7
16

14
14

Total

34
43

6
6

Scoring play
PUR - Sinz, Justin 11 yd pass from Etling, Danny (Griggs, Paul kick), 9-80 3:37
WMU - FRANKLIN 5 yd run (HALDEMAN kick), 4-28 1:20
PUR - Griggs, Paul 35 yd field goal, 11-63 3:08
WMU - FRANKLIN 61 yd run (HALDEMAN kick), 3-75 1:37
PUR - Griggs, Paul 51 yd field goal, 8-42 2:18
PUR - Etling, Danny 4 yd run (Griggs, Paul kick), 3-4 0:51
PUR - Griggs, Paul 44 yd field goal, 7-21 1:01
WMU - FRANKLIN 26 yd run (HALDEMAN kick), 9-75 4:32
PUR - Mostert, Raheem 11 yd run (Griggs, Paul kick), 6-52 2:27
PUR - Holmes, Gabe 8 yd pass from Etling, Danny (Griggs, Paul kick), 7-42 2:30
WMU - ROBERTS 7 yd pass from TERRELL (HALDEMAN kick), 7-75 2:35
WMU - DAVIS 14 yd pass from TERRELL (HALDEMAN kick failed), 12-81 5:56
PUR - Hunt, Akeem 38 yd run (Griggs, Paul kick failed), 8-75 4:29

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

WMU
24
32-213
243
41-23-1
73-456
0-0
0-0
1-23
0-0
6-45.7
1-0
5-35
30:56
5 of 14
0 of 2
3-3
0-0

PUR
22
39-226
181
38-19-0
77-407
0-0
2-63
2-43
1-56
5-38.2
0-0
7-52
29:04
7 of 17
1 of 2
5-5
1-6

RUSHING: Western Michigan-FRANKLIN 19-163; CHANCE 6-29; TERRELL 5-17; BRAVERMAN 1-6; TEAM 1-minus 2.
Purdue-Mostert, Raheem 22-146; Hunt, Akeem 15-78; Etling, Danny 1-4; TEAM 1-minus 2.
PASSING: Western Michigan-TERRELL 23-41-1-243. Purdue-Etling, Danny 19-38-0-181.
RECEIVING: Western Michigan-BRAVERMAN 10-130; ROBERTS 5-38; DAVIS 4-46; BOYDEN 2-11; PHILLIPS 1-13;
FRANKLIN 1-5. Purdue-Sinz, Justin 7-65; Knauf, B.J. 4-52; Holmes, Gabe 2-15; Anthrop, Danny 2-14;
Hunt, Akeem 2-7; Phillips, G. 1-29; Mostert, Raheem 1-minus 1.
INTERCEPTIONS: Western Michigan-None. Purdue-Williams, F. 1-56.
FUMBLES: Western Michigan-TERRELL 1-0. Purdue-None.
Western Michigan (0-1) vs. Purdue (1-0)
Date: Aug 30, 2014 Site: West Lafayette, Ind. Stadium: Ross-Ade
Attendance: 37031
Kickoff time: 12:01 pm End of Game: 3:45 pm Total elapsed time: 3:44
Officials: Referee: Don Willard; Umpire: John Hanneke; Linesman: Robert Davis;
Line judge: Jon Shelton; Back judge: Michael Elliott; Field judge: Jason Nickleby;
Side judge: Matt Kukar; Alternate: Kerry Ripley;
Temperature: 77 Wind: SSW 12 Weather: Partly Cloudy

Box Score (Final)


The Automated ScoreBook
Central Michigan vs Purdue (Sep 06, 2014 at West Lafayette, Ind.)
Score by Quarters
Central Michigan
Purdue
Qtr
1st

Time
10:30
07:29
2nd 09:51
07:48
3rd 10:38
07:03
4th 13:34
08:13
03:44

14
0

7
7

7
3

10
7

Total

38
17

Scoring play
CMU - GREER, Brandon 57 yd interception return (EAVEY, Brian kick)
CMU - RICE, Anthony 65 yd pass from RUSH, Cooper (EAVEY, Brian kick), 4-76 1:30
PUR - Etling, Danny 4 yd run (Griggs, Paul kick), 17-77 7:43
CMU - RAWLS, Thomas 2 yd run (EAVEY, Brian kick), 4-73 2:03
PUR - Griggs, Paul 42 yd field goal, 4-4 2:00
CMU - McCORD, Ben 11 yd pass from RUSH, Cooper (EAVEY, Brian kick), 7-75 3:35
CMU - EAVEY, Brian 23 yd field goal, 12-62 6:06
PUR - Anthrop, Danny 23 yd pass from Appleby, Austin (Griggs, Paul kick), 1-23 0:06
CMU - RAWLS, Thomas 16 yd run (EAVEY, Brian kick), 4-27 0:52

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

CMU
19
43-161
172
16-11-1
59-333
0-0
1--2
2-37
2-57
5-35.0
1-0
1-5
30:29
6 of 13
0 of 0
4-4
2-6

PUR
19
34-122
204
49-24-2
83-326
0-0
3-47
6-137
1-44
4-37.0
3-1
7-69
29:31
9 of 21
2 of 5
1-2
3-21

RUSHING: Central Michigan-RAWLS, Thomas 31-155; SPALDING, D. 4-21; LAVALLII, S. 1-4; KROLL, Jesse
1-4; TEAM 2-minus 3; RUSH, Cooper 4-minus 20. Purdue-Mostert, Raheem 19-53; Etling, Danny 10-53;
Hunt, Akeem 3-9; Appleby, Austin 2-7.
PASSING: Central Michigan-RUSH, Cooper 11-16-1-172. Purdue-Etling, Danny 17-32-2-126; Appleby,
Austin 7-17-0-78.
RECEIVING: Central Michigan-RAWLS, Thomas 3-50; RICE, Anthony 2-66; BUTLER, Deon 2-8; BACCI, Joe
1-21; WILLIAMS, C. 1-15; McCORD, Ben 1-11; KROLL, Jesse 1-1. Purdue-Mostert, Raheem 5-31; Macarthy
3-33; Sinz, Justin 3-31; Knauf, B.J. 3-19; Hunt, Akeem 3-16; Posey, Cameron 2-22; Holmes, Gabe 2-15;
Anthrop, Danny 1-23; Yancey, De. 1-9; Phillips, G. 1-5.
INTERCEPTIONS: Central Michigan-GREER, Brandon 1-57; WILSON, Jason 1-0. Purdue-Bentley 1-44.
FUMBLES: Central Michigan-RUSH, Cooper 1-0. Purdue-Etling, Danny 1-0; Mostert, Raheem 1-1; Hunt,
Akeem 1-0.
Central Michigan (2-0) vs. Purdue (1-1)
Date: Sep 06, 2014 Site: West Lafayette, Ind. Stadium: Ross-Ade
Attendance: 36410
Kickoff time: 12:01 pm End of Game: 3:14 Total elapsed time: 3:13
Officials: Referee: Greg Blun; Umpire: Brett Denker; Linesman: Dan Richard;
Line judge: Jeff Meslow; Back judge: Doug Warns; Field judge: Kyle DeBuse;
Side judge: Gaylon Williams; Alternate: Tom Stapleton;
Temperature: 65 Wind: NW 6 Weather: Mostly Cloudy

16

SACKS (UA-A): Western Michigan-None. Purdue-Watson, Ryan 1-0.


TACKLES (UA-A): Western Michigan-DEPALMA 9-1; ASH 7-0; ISHMAEL 6-1; LEWIS 3-3; ATKINS 3-1; CELSICAR
3-1; MCKINNEY 3-0; BRANT 3-0; MATICH 2-0; CURRIE 1-1; HENRY, J. 1-0; CURLE 1-0; WILLIAMS 1-0;
ROBERTS 1-0; ADAMS 1-0; RODRIGUEZ 1-0; SMITH 1-0; TEAM 1-0; ZAMORT 0-1; SIMPKINS 0-1.
Purdue-Feichter, L. 6-2; Williams, F. 6-1; Phillips, J. 3-2; Logan, Austin 3-2; Bentley 2-3; Herman,
Jimmie 2-2; Russell, Ryan 2-2; Gilliam, Joe 2-1; Replogle, Jake 2-1; Robinson, Sean 1-2; Lewis,
Antoine 0-3; Watson, Ryan 2-0; Clark, Leroy 1-1; Knox, D.J. 1-0; Ezechukwu 1-0; Brown, Anthony 1-0.
Game Starters:
Western Michigan

Purdue

Pos
WR
TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
WR
QB
FB
RB

##
84
89
70
79
71
59
72
9A
1A
8A
22

OFFENSE
DAVIS
BOYDEN
BEAVERS
KRISTOF
HOFFING
RODRIGUEZ
MOTON
ROBERTS
TERRELL
BRAVERMAN
CHANCE

Pos
WR
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
FB
RB

##
7O
33
66
72
57
70
73
86
5O
84
8O

OFFENSE
Yancey, De.
Anthrop, Danny
Cermin, Cameron
King, Jason
Kugler, Robert
Roos, Jordan
Prince, J.J.
Holmes, Gabe
Etling, Danny
Sinz, Justin
Mostert, Raheem

Pos
LE
DT
NT
RE
SLB
MLB
WLB
CB
FS
SS
CB

##
12
8
68
98
27
40
38
34
33
1
7

DEFENSE
ADAMS
SMITH
CURLE
MCKINNEY
ISHMAEL
DEPALMA
LEWIS
CELSICAR
CURRIE
ATKINS
ZAMORT

Pos
E
NG
E
RE
WLB
MLB
SLB
CB
SS
FS
CB

##
54
14
99
89
35
10
29
9D
24
5D
23

DEFENSE
Replogle, Jake
Howard, Ra'Zahn
Russell, Ryan
Phillips, J.
Bentley
Robinson, Sean
Herman, Jimmie
Brown, Anthony
Williams, F.
Logan, Austin
Lewis, Antoine

Western Michigan: 2C-SWEENEY, 3-JOHNSON, 4-ROLLE, 5A-KEITH, 5-TURNER, 6-BROWN, 9-ASH, 10-SPILLANE, 11-BRANT,
13-JACKSON, 14-PHILLIPS, 15-SIMPKINS, 16-WILLIAMS, 19-STONE-DAVIS, 20-BAILEY, 23-GUIDO, 26-HENRY, J.,
28-RUSSELL, 30-MOTLEY, 31-FRANKLIN, 32-ERNSBERGER, 36-MULLINAX, 37-SCHROEDER, 43-PFEIFER, 45-HALDEMAN, 51-LEE,
55-MATICH, 65-DAY, 77-OKORAFOR, 81-MOUTON, 83-HENRY, Jon, 88-BEZERRA, 97-SCANLON.
Purdue: 1E-Robinson, Gelen, 1O-Hunt, Akeem, 2D-Hunte, Da'Wan, 2O-Curry, Jonathan, 3D-Clark, Leroy,
6O-Norwood, Miles, 7D-Gregory, Robert, 13-Phillips, G., 15-Hart, Trae, 20-Thompson, 21-Macarthy,
25-Cottom, Brandon, 26-MacDougall, Ian, 27-Knox, D.J., 28-Yancey, David, 30-Meadows, Thomas, 32-Pulliam, Evan,
36-Ezechukwu, 37-Griggs, Paul, 39-Gilliam, Joe, 40-Link, Collin, 42-Garcia, 44-Feichter, L., 50-Schmitt, Jesse,
51-Strausser, John, 71-Clements, Corey, 83-Knauf, B.J., 85-Jurasevich, 87-Mikesky, Shane, 92-Watson, Ryan,
95-Panfil, Evan, 97-Rouse, Michael.
SACKS (UA-A): Central Michigan-OSTMAN, Joe 2-0. Purdue-Lewis, Antoine 1-0; Russell, Ryan 0-1;
Watson, Ryan 1-0; Replogle, Jake 0-1.
TACKLES (UA-A): Central Michigan-WILSON, Jason 8-1; CHEROCCI, J. 8-0; ANNESE, Tony 6-1; KING, Kevin
3-2; HAMILTON, Tim 2-3; OSTMAN, Joe 3-1; FRAZIER, Kavon 1-3; SERPA, Blake 2-1; PALMER, Louis 2-1;
GREER, Brandon 2-1; NALOR, Dennis 2-0; DEAN, Jabari 1-1; LATTA, Kelby 1-1; WALLER, Tyree 1-1;
COLUZZI, Ron 1-0; PERRY, Jeff 1-0; RICKETTS, N. 1-0; KATER, Cody 1-0; JOHNSON, Shafer 1-0; TEAM 1-0;
RUSH, Cooper 1-0; LOPEZ, Cody 0-1. Purdue-Robinson, Sean 8-0; Brown, Anthony 4-2; Lewis, Antoine
5-0; Feichter, L. 3-2; Logan, Austin 3-2; Bentley 4-0; Gilliam, Joe 4-0; Watson, Ryan 3-0; Howard,
Ra'Zahn 1-2; Replogle, Jake 1-2; Williams, F. 2-0; Russell, Ryan 0-2; Phillips, J. 1-0; Phillips, G.
1-0; Panfil, Evan 1-0; Norwood, Miles 1-0; TEAM 1-0; Link, Collin 1-0.
Game Starters:
Central Michigan

Purdue

Pos
WR
TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
WR
QB
WR
RB

##
85
15
77
66
54
75
60
80
10
88
6

OFFENSE
WILLIAMS, C.
BUTLER, Deon
AHMETI, Ramadan
PHILLIPS, Andy
BEAMISH, Nick
ROGERS, Kenny
HENRY, Kevin
RICE, Anthony
RUSH, Cooper
KROLL, Jesse
LAVALLII, S.

Pos
WR
TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
WR
QB
RB

##
33
84
66
72
57
70
73
86
1O
5O
8O

OFFENSE
Anthrop, Danny
Sinz, Justin
Cermin, Cameron
King, Jason
Kugler, Robert
Roos, Jordan
Prince, J.J.
Holmes, Gabe
Hunt, Akeem
Etling, Danny
Mostert, Raheem

Pos
LE
NT
DT
RE
MLB
SLB
CB
S
S
S
CB

##
45
58
52
2
46
51
4
1K
29
18
14

DEFENSE
OSTMAN, Joe
WALTON, L.
DEAN, Jabari
SERPA, Blake
CHEROCCI, J.
LOPEZ, Cody
GREER, Brandon
KING, Kevin
CHAPMAN, J.
ANNESE, Tony
WILSON, Jason

Pos
E
NG
E
RE
WLB
MLB
SLB
CB
SS
FS
CB

##
54
14
99
89
35
10
39
9D
24
44
23

DEFENSE
Replogle, Jake
Howard, Ra'Zahn
Russell, Ryan
Phillips, J.
Bentley
Robinson, Sean
Gilliam, Joe
Brown, Anthony
Williams, F.
Feichter, L.
Lewis, Antoine

Central Michigan: 4O-ODYKIRK, Colton, 5-FRAZIER, Kavon, 7-KATER, Cody, 7M-MILLS, Matt, 7A-COLEMAN, Amari,
9-FLORY, Andrew, 16-ARMSTEAD, S., 17-COLUZZI, Ron, 19-WALLER, Tyree, 24-FIELDS, Jordan, 25-SPALDING, D.,
28-NALOR, Dennis, 30-STANITZEK, M., 32-PERRY, Jeff, 33-KINVILLE, Mike, 34-RAWLS, Thomas, 36-COX, Josh,
39-COOK, Jadon, 40-BACCI, Joe, 42-RICKETTS, N., 43-HAMILTON, Tim, 44-GARLAND, A., 56-PALMER, Louis,
79-DOAN, Austin, 82-WILLIS, Corey, 89-McCORD, Ben, 90-KANTZAVELOS, C., 92-ZENK, Mike, 93-KYRE, Donny,
95-JOHNSON, Shafer, 96-EAVEY, Brian, 98-LATTA, Kelby.
Purdue: 1E-Robinson, Gelen, 2D-Hunte, Da'Wan, 3D-Clark, Leroy, 5D-Logan, Austin, 6O-Norwood, Miles,
7O-Yancey, De., 7D-Gregory, Robert, 12-Appleby, Austin, 13-Phillips, G., 15-Hart, Trae, 17-Torwudzo,
18-Posey, Cameron, 21-Macarthy, 25-Cottom, Brandon, 26-MacDougall, Ian, 27-Knox, D.J., 28-Yancey, David,
30-Meadows, Thomas, 36-Ezechukwu, 37-Griggs, Paul, 40-Link, Collin, 42-Garcia, 50-Schmitt, Jesse,
51-Strausser, John, 71-Clements, Corey, 76-Tretter, Jason, 83-Knauf, B.J., 85-Jurasevich, 87-Mikesky, Shane,
92-Watson, Ryan, 95-Panfil, Evan, 97-Rouse, Michael.

Box Score (Final)


The Automated ScoreBook
Purdue vs #11 Notre Dame (Sep 13, 2014 at Indianapolis, Ind.)
Score by Quarters
Purdue
Notre Dame
Qtr Time
1st 12:23
01:50
2nd 11:57
03:00
00:13
3rd 04:05
4th 09:31
05:30

7
7

7
10

0
7

0
6

Total

14
30

Scoring play
ND - FULLER 6 yd pass from GOLSON (BRINDZA kick), 6-45 2:37
PUR - Cottom, Brandon 7 yd pass from Etling, Danny (Griggs, Paul kick), 9-67 5:00
ND - BRINDZA 19 yd field goal, 12-76 4:53
PUR - Yancey, De. 19 yd pass from Etling, Danny (Griggs, Paul kick), 3-26 0:47
ND - GOLSON 15 yd run (BRINDZA kick), 8-70 2:47
ND - ROBINSON, C. 15 yd pass from GOLSON (BRINDZA kick), 7-62 1:56
ND - BRINDZA 48 yd field goal, 10-39 5:08
ND - BRINDZA 39 yd field goal, 10-27 2:49

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

PUR
17
26-56
234
40-27-2
66-290
0-0
2-24
1-33
0-0
4-42.5
1-1
5-41
27:00
6 of 15
1 of 3
2-4
4-18

ND
27
38-139
259
40-25-0
78-398
0-0
1--5
3-86
2-0
4-48.2
1-1
7-43
33:00
8 of 17
0 of 0
4-4
3-37

RUSHING: Purdue-Mostert, Raheem 14-47; Hunt, Akeem 5-32; TEAM 1-minus 2; Etling, Danny 6-minus 21.
Notre Dame-GOLSON 14-56; MCDANIEL 9-32; BRYANT 6-29; FOLSTON 9-22.
PASSING: Purdue-Etling, Danny 27-40-2-234. Notre Dame-GOLSON 25-40-0-259.
RECEIVING: Purdue-Sinz, Justin 5-26; Hunt, Akeem 5-14; Anthrop, Danny 4-61; Posey, Cameron 4-28;
Mostert, Raheem 3-30; Yancey, De. 2-48; Holmes, Gabe 2-14; Cottom, Brandon 1-7; Macarthy 1-6. Notre
Dame-FULLER 6-51; KOYACK 5-32; PROSISE 4-51; ROBINSON, C. 3-52; BRYANT 2-34; FOLSTON 2-26; CARLISLE
2-2; BROWN, C. 1-11.
INTERCEPTIONS: Purdue-None. Notre Dame-BUTLER 1-0; SCHMIDT, J. 1-0.
FUMBLES: Purdue-Hunt, Akeem 1-1. Notre Dame-KOYACK 1-1.
Purdue (1-2) vs. Notre Dame (3-0)
Date: Sep 13, 2014 Site: Indianapolis, Ind. Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium
Attendance: 56832
Kickoff time: 7:41pm End of Game: 11:09pm Total elapsed time: 3:28
Officials: Referee: Jerry McGinn; Umpire: Jeff Carr; Linesman: Mike Carr;
Line judge: David Chesney; Back judge: Kevin Schwarzel; Field judge: Timothy Maguire;
Side judge: John Hayes; Alternate: Patrick Holt;
Temperature: 61 Wind: N 6 Weather: Partly Cloudy

Box Score (Final)


The Automated ScoreBook
Southern Illinois vs Purdue (Sep 20, 2014 at West Lafayette, Ind.)
Score by Quarters
Southern Illinois
Purdue
Qtr
1st

Time
07:48
04:06
00:07
2nd 09:59
01:05
00:00
3rd 06:19
4th 13:36
00:36

0
17

3
11

7
0

3
7

Total

13
35

Scoring play
PUR - Yancey, De. 10 yd pass from Etling, Danny (Griggs, Paul kick), 6-23 2:32
PUR - Anthrop, Danny 44 yd pass from Etling, Danny (Griggs, Paul kick), 1-44 0:06
PUR - Griggs, Paul 30 yd field goal, 10-56 2:57
PUR - Etling, Danny 1 yd run (Cottom, Brandon rush), 7-26 3:36
SIU - Kinney, Thomas 30 yd field goal, 13-55 5:38
PUR - Griggs, Paul 29 yd field goal, 5-46 1:05
SIU - Iannotti, Mark 1 yd run (Kinney, Thomas kick), 10-53 4:33
SIU - Kinney, Thomas 30 yd field goal, 12-66 4:55
PUR - Appleby, Austin 11 yd run (Griggs, Paul kick), 6-43 1:59

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

SIU
20
28-82
248
46-24-1
74-330
0-0
0-0
4-120
0-0
3-40.0
1-1
5-45
28:45
10 of 18
0 of 2
3-4
3-14

PUR
23
44-183
198
26-15-0
70-381
0-0
1-0
2-58
1-23
4-45.5
1-1
4-26
31:15
7 of 14
0 of 1
5-6
3-22

RUSHING: Southern Illinois-Agnew, Malcolm 11-31; Willis, Tay 4-25; Iannotti, Mark 9-15; McCall,
Mika'il 2-5; Walter, Cameron 1-4; Jones, Jimmy 1-2. Purdue-Green, Keyonte 13-71; Hunt, Akeem 8-60;
Mostert, Raheem 12-47; Appleby, Austin 1-11; Etling, Danny 10-minus 6.
PASSING: Southern Illinois-Iannotti, Mark 24-45-1-248; TEAM 0-1-0-0. Purdue-Etling, Danny
15-26-0-198.
RECEIVING: Southern Illinois-Pruitt, MyCole 10-136; Agnew, Malcolm 5-31; McKinney, LaSte 2-14;
Jones, Jimmy 2-10; Iwema, Connor 1-18; Willis, Tay 1-17; Sullivan, Josh 1-12; Reed, Billy 1-6;
Walter, Cameron 1-4. Purdue-Anthrop, Danny 5-106; Yancey, De. 4-30; Hunt, Akeem 3-39; Posey, Cameron
1-19; Cottom, Brandon 1-3; Sinz, Justin 1-1.
INTERCEPTIONS: Southern Illinois-None. Purdue-Feichter, L. 1-23.
FUMBLES: Southern Illinois-Agnew, Malcolm 1-1. Purdue-Mostert, Raheem 1-1.
Southern Illinois (3-1) vs. Purdue (2-2)
Date: Sep 20, 2014 Site: West Lafayette, Ind. Stadium: Ross-Ade
Attendance: 31434
Kickoff time: 12:01 pm End of Game: 3:20 pm Total elapsed time: 3:19
Officials: Referee: David Witvoet; Umpire: Jim Shaw; Linesman: Brian Bolinger;
Line judge: Ron Tipton; Back judge: Mike Brown; Field judge: Terry Anderson;
Side judge: Steve Hassel; Alternate: Mike Stumberg;
Temperature: 71 F Wind: SSW 10 Weather: Overcast

SACKS (UA-A): Purdue-Brown, Anthony 1-1; Ezechukwu 0-1; Phillips, J. 1-0; Robinson, Gelen 1-0. Notre
Dame-OKWARA 0-1; JONES, J. 0-1; ROCHELL 0-1; SMITH, J. 1-0; HILL 0-1.
TACKLES (UA-A): Purdue-Feichter, L. 5-5; Robinson, Sean 3-7; Bentley 2-7; Williams, F. 5-3;
Phillips, J. 2-5; Lewis, Antoine 4-2; Brown, Anthony 4-1; Russell, Ryan 3-2; Richards 2-1; Robinson,
Gelen 1-2; Howard, Ra'Zahn 1-2; Watson, Ryan 1-2; Ezechukwu 1-1; Replogle, Jake 0-2; Hart, Trae 1-0;
Knox, D.J. 1-0; Link, Collin 0-1; Garcia 0-1; Clark, Leroy 0-1; Gilliam, Joe 0-1. Notre Dame-OKWARA
3-8; SMITH, J. 8-1; SCHMIDT, J. 5-3; ROCHELL 1-5; SHUMATE 3-2; BUTLER 4-0; TRANQUILL 0-4; LUKE 2-1;
JONES, J. 1-2; RIGGS 1-2; DAY 0-3; FARLEY 2-0; HILL 1-1; ONWUALU 1-0; REDFIELD 0-1; MORGAN 0-1.
Game Starters:
Purdue

Notre Dame

Pos
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
TE
TE
QB
RB

##
33
66
72
57
70
73
86
84
21
5O
8O

OFFENSE
Anthrop, Danny
Cermin, Cameron
King, Jason
Kugler, Robert
Roos, Jordan
Prince, J.J.
Holmes, Gabe
Sinz, Justin
Macarthy
Etling, Danny
Mostert, Raheem

Pos
WR
WR
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
RB

##
2A
7
3
78
65
72
77
79
18
5
25

OFFENSE
BROWN, C.
FULLER
CARLISLE
STANLEY
HANRATTY
MARTIN, N.
HEGARTY
ELMER
KOYACK
GOLSON
FOLSTON

Pos
DT
NG
DE
RE
LB
LB
CB
SS
CB
FS
CB

##
54
92
99
89
35
10
9D
24
4D
44
23

DEFENSE
Replogle, Jake
Watson, Ryan
Russell, Ryan
Phillips, J.
Bentley
Robinson, Sean
Brown, Anthony
Williams, F.
Richards
Feichter, L.
Lewis, Antoine

Pos
DL
DL
DL
DL
LB
LB
LB
CB
S
S
CB

##
91
94
90
45
38
9
17
36
22
10
2

DEFENSE
DAY
JONES, J.
ROCHELL
OKWARA
SCHMIDT, J.
SMITH, J.
ONWUALU
LUKE
SHUMATE
REDFIELD
RIGGS

Purdue: 1D-Roberts, 1O-Hunt, Akeem, 1E-Robinson, Gelen, 2O-Curry, Jonathan, 2D-Hunte, Da'Wan, 3D-Clark, Leroy,
6O-Norwood, Miles, 7D-Gregory, Robert, 7O-Yancey, De., 13-Phillips, G., 14-Howard, Ra'Zahn, 15-Hart, Trae,
18-Posey, Cameron, 25-Cottom, Brandon, 26-MacDougall, Ian, 27-Knox, D.J., 28-Yancey, David, 30-Meadows, Thomas,
36-Ezechukwu, 37-Griggs, Paul, 39-Gilliam, Joe, 40-Link, Collin, 42-Garcia, 50-Schmitt, Jesse,
51-Strausser, John, 71-Clements, Corey, 85-Jurasevich, 87-Mikesky, Shane, 95-Panfil, Evan.
Notre Dame: 1-BRYANT, 5A-MORGAN, 7A-CAGE, 11-BRENT, 12-BUTLER, 13-LUATUA, 19-WATKINS, 20-PROSISE, 23-TRANQUILL,
27-BRINDZA, 29-BARATTI, 30-COUNCELL, 31-TURNER, 33-MCDANIEL, 41-FARLEY, 43-HILL, 44-RANDOLPH, 47-CAVALARIS,
48-MARTINI, 53-UTUPO, 61-DALY, 68-MCGLINCHEY, 80-SMYTHE, 88-ROBINSON, C., 92-BLANKENSHIP, 99-SMITH, Hu..
SACKS (UA-A): Southern Illinois-Brandt, Adam 1-0; Miller, Blake 1-0; Solomon, Kitray 1-0.
Purdue-Watson, Ryan 2-0; Robinson, Sean 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Southern Illinois-Allen, Chase 8-2; Cunningham, Jor 5-0; Williamson, Tyl 4-1; Poole,
Jordan 4-1; Lee, Cory 3-1; Cameron, D.J. 3-0; Edwards, Lamont 2-1; Miller, Blake 2-1; Brandt, Adam
1-2; Suggs, Keith 2-0; Rodgers, Boo 2-0; Golden, Raysean 2-0; Williams, Brand 2-0; Burnett, Victor
1-1; Merriweather, D 1-0; Richmond, Court 1-0; Thompson, Antho 1-0; Kinney, Thomas 1-0; Solomon,
Kitray 1-0; Beelen, TJ 1-0; Reed, Billy 1-0. Purdue-Feichter, L. 7-3; Robinson, Sean 7-2; Bentley
5-2; Williams, F. 4-3; Brown, Anthony 5-1; Phillips, J. 2-1; Russell, Ryan 1-2; Link, Collin 2-0;
Watson, Ryan 2-0; Richards 1-1; Gregory, Robert 1-0; Logan, Austin 1-0; Hart, Trae 1-0; Herman,
Jimmie 1-0; Pulliam, Evan 1-0; Robinson, Gelen 1-0; Replogle, Jake 1-0; Ezechukwu 0-1.
Game Starters:
Southern Illinois

Purdue

Pos
WR
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
WR
QB
RB

##
17
18
76
63
65
74
72
4
21
19
31

OFFENSE
Reed, Billy
Willis, Tay
Evans, Kijana
Robinson, Jamar
Crum, Tanner
Notario, Jake
Boemer, Corey
Pruitt, MyCole
McKinney, LaSte
Iannotti, Mark
Agnew, Malcolm

Pos
WR
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
WR
QB
RB

##
7O
33
66
72
57
70
73
86
18
5O
8O

OFFENSE
Yancey, De.
Anthrop, Danny
Cermin, Cameron
King, Jason
Kugler, Robert
Roos, Jordan
Prince, J.J.
Holmes, Gabe
Posey, Cameron
Etling, Danny
Mostert, Raheem

Pos
DE
NT
DE
OLB
ILB
ILB
OLB
CB
SS
FS
CB

##
97
93
92
24
22
28
7
2
6
36
11

DEFENSE
Miller, Blake
Golden, Raysean
Brandt, Adam
Williamson, Tyl
Poole, Jordan
Allen, Chase
Edwards, Lamont
Richmond, Court
Cameron, D.J.
Neal, Ryan
Suggs, Keith

Pos
E
NG
E
RE
WLB
MLB
CB
CB
SS
FS
CB

##
54
14
99
89
34
10
24
9D
4D
44
23

DEFENSE
Replogle, Jake
Howard, Ra'Zahn
Russell, Ryan
Phillips, J.
Lydster, Sean
Robinson, Sean
Williams, F.
Brown, Anthony
Richards
Feichter, L.
Lewis, Antoine

Southern Illinois: 1J-Jackson, Markes, 1-Thompson, Antho, 3-Sullivan, Josh, 5-Iwema, Connor, 8-Merriweather, D,
9-James, Kenny, 15-Burnett, Victor, 20-Jones, Jimmy, 26-Cunningham, Jor, 27-McCall, Mika'il, 29-Rodgers, Boo,
33-Hadfield, Thor, 35-Belts, Calvin, 40-Lee, Cory, 47-Walter, Cameron, 48-Carmien, Hans, 51-Beelen, TJ,
56-Clark, Garrett, 82-Williams, Brand, 87-Fuehne, Adam, 88-Findlater, Shaq, 89-Newquist, Kyle,
91-Solomon, Kitray, 94-Neidig, Nick, 96-Kinney, Thomas.
Purdue: 1O-Hunt, Akeem, 1E-Robinson, Gelen, 2R-Green, Keyonte, 2D-Hunte, Da'Wan, 2O-Curry, Jonathan,
3D-Clark, Leroy, 5D-Logan, Austin, 7D-Gregory, Robert, 12-Appleby, Austin, 13-Phillips, G., 15-Hart, Trae,
16-Hudson, Garrett, 21-Macarthy, 25-Cottom, Brandon, 26-MacDougall, Ian, 27-Knox, D.J., 28-Yancey, David,
29-Herman, Jimmie, 30-Meadows, Thomas, 32-Pulliam, Evan, 35-Bentley, 36-Ezechukwu, 37-Griggs, Paul,
39-Gilliam, Joe, 40-Link, Collin, 42-Garcia, 50-Schmitt, Jesse, 51-Strausser, John, 52-Daniels, Johnny,
71-Clements, Corey, 75-Hedelin, David, 76-Tretter, Jason, 83-Knauf, B.J., 84-Sinz, Justin, 85-Jurasevich,
87-Mikesky, Shane, 92-Watson, Ryan, 95-Panfil, Evan.

17

Purdue Game Highs


INDIVIDUAL
Rushes.................................................................22................................................. Raheem Mostert, vs. Western Michigan
Yards Rushing......................................................146............................................... Raheem Mostert, vs. Western Michigan
TD Rushes............................................................1.........................................................................................Multiple times
Long Rush............................................................38........................................................Akeem Hunt, vs. Western Michigan
Pass Attempts......................................................40................................................................ Danny Etling, vs. Notre Dame
Pass Completions.................................................27................................................................ Danny Etling, vs. Notre Dame
Yards Passing.......................................................234.............................................................. Danny Etling, vs. Notre Dame
TD Passes.............................................................2........................................................................Danny Etling, Three times
Long Pass.............................................................44...............................................................Danny Etling, Southern Illinois
Receptions...........................................................7.............................................................Justin Sinz, vs. Western Michigan
Yards Receiving....................................................106.....................................................Danny Anthrop, vs. Southern Illinois
TD Receptions......................................................1.........................................................................................Multiple times
Long Reception....................................................44.......................................................Danny Anthrop, vs. Southern Illinois
Field Goals...........................................................3........................................................... Paul Griggs, vs. Western Michigan
Long Field Goal....................................................51......................................................... Paul Griggs, vs. Western Michigan
Punts...................................................................5................................................. Thomas Meadows, vs. Western Michigan
Punting Avg.........................................................45.5...............................................Thomas Meadows, vs. Southern Illinois
Long Punt............................................................57..................................................Thomas Meadows, vs. Southern Illinois
Long Punt Return.................................................36.................................................. Frankie Williams, vs. Western Michigan
Long Kickoff Return..............................................41.................................................... Raheem Mostert, vs. Southern Illinois
Tackles.................................................................10...........................................................................................Three times
Sacks...................................................................2.0.........................................................Ryan Watson, vs. Southern Illinois
Tackles For Loss....................................................2.5........................................................... Anthony Brown, vs.Notre Dame
Interceptions........................................................1.............................................................................................Three times
TEAM
Rushes.................................................................44............................................................................... vs. Southern Illinois
Yards Rushing......................................................226.......................................................................... vs. Western Michigan
Yards Per Rush.....................................................5.8........................................................................... vs. Western Michigan
TD Rushes............................................................3.............................................................................. vs. Western Michigan
Pass Attempts......................................................49............................................................................. vs. Central Michigan
Pass Completions.................................................24............................................................................. vs. Central Michigan
Yards Passing.......................................................234................................................................................... vs. Notre Dame
Yards Per Pass......................................................7.6.............................................................................. vs. Southern Illinois
TD Passes.............................................................2......................................................................................................Twice
Total Plays...........................................................83............................................................................. vs. Central Michigan
Total Offense........................................................407.......................................................................... vs. Western Michigan
Yards Per Play......................................................5.4.............................................................................. vs. Southern Illinois
Points..................................................................43............................................................................ vs. Western Michigan
Sacks By..............................................................4....................................................................................... vs. Notre Dame
First Downs..........................................................23............................................................................... vs. Southern Illinois
Penalties..............................................................7......................................................................................................Twice
Penalty Yards........................................................69............................................................................. vs. Central Michigan
Turnovers.............................................................3......................................................................................................Twice
Interceptions By...................................................1.............................................................................................Three times

18

Opponent Game Highs


INDIVIDUAL
Rushes.................................................................31...........................................................Thomas Rawls, Central Michigan
Yards Rushing......................................................163......................................................Jarvion Franklin, Western Michigan
TD Rushes............................................................3..........................................................Jarvion Franklin, Western Michigan
Long Rush............................................................61........................................................Jarvion Franklin, Western Michigan
Pass Attempts......................................................45............................................................. Mark Iannotti, Southern Illinois
Pass Completions.................................................25..................................................................Everett Golson, Notre Dame
Yards Passing.......................................................259................................................................Everett Golson, Notre Dame
TD Passes.............................................................2.............................................................................................Three times
Long Pass.............................................................65............................................................. Cooper Rush, Central Michigan
Receptions...........................................................10....................................................................................................Twice
Yards Receiving....................................................136........................................................... MyCole Pruitt, Southern Illinois
TD Receptions......................................................1.................................................................................................Six times
Long Reception....................................................65.............................................................Anthony Rice, Central Michigan
Field Goals...........................................................3....................................................................... Kyle Brindza, Notre Dame
Long Field Goal....................................................48..................................................................... Kyle Brindza, Notre Dame
Punts...................................................................6................................................................J. Schroeder, Western Michigan
Punting Avg.........................................................53.0............................................................Ron Coluzzi, Central Michigan
Long Punt............................................................53...............................................................Ron Coluzzi, Central Michigan
Long Punt Return.............................................................................................................................................................
Long Kickoff Return..............................................60.................................................................... Tay Willis, Southern Illinois
Tackles.................................................................11.................................................................Romeo Okwara, Notre Dame
Sacks...................................................................2.0..............................................................Joe Ostman, Central Michigan
Tackles For Loss....................................................3.0...................................................................................................Twice
Interceptions........................................................1.............................................................................................. Four times
TEAM
Rushes.................................................................43.................................................................................. Central Michigan
Yards Rushing......................................................213...............................................................................Western Michigan
Yards Per Rush.....................................................6.7................................................................................Western Michigan
TD Rushes............................................................3...................................................................................Western Michigan
Pass Attempts......................................................46....................................................................................Southern Illinois
Pass Completions.................................................25..........................................................................................Notre Dame
Yards Passing.......................................................259........................................................................................Notre Dame
Yards Per Pass......................................................10.8............................................................................... Central Michigan
TD Passes.............................................................2.............................................................................................Three times
Total Plays...........................................................78..........................................................................................Notre Dame
Total Offense........................................................456...............................................................................Western Michigan
Yards Per Play......................................................6.2................................................................................Western Michigan
Points..................................................................38.................................................................................. Central Michigan
Sacks By..............................................................3......................................................................................................Twice
First Downs..........................................................27..........................................................................................Notre Dame
Penalties..............................................................7............................................................................................Notre Dame
Penalty Yards........................................................43..........................................................................................Notre Dame
Turnovers.............................................................2......................................................................................Southern Illinois
Interceptions By...................................................2......................................................................................................Twice

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Game-By-Game Starters
Offensive Starters
Opponent
Western Michigan
Central Michigan
Notre Dame
Southern Illinois
Iowa
Illinois
Michigan State
Minnesota
Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Indiana
Defensive Starters
Opponent
Western Michigan
Central Michigan
Notre Dame
Southern Illinois
Iowa
Illinois
Michigan State
Minnesota
Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Indiana

WR/TE
WR
De. Yancey Anthrop
Hunt
Anthrop
Macarthy (TE) Anthrop
De. Yancey Anthrop

DT
Replogle
Replogle
Replogle
Replogle

NG
Howard
Howard
Watson
Howard

LT LG C
Cermin King
Kugler
Cermin King
Kugler
Cermin King
Kugler
Cermin King
Kugler

DE
Russell
Russell
Russell
Russell

RE
J. Phillips
J. Phillips
J. Phillips
J. Phillips

WLB
Bentley
Bentley
Bentley
Bentley

RG RT TE QB FB/TE/WR
RB
Roos
Prince
Holmes
Etling
Sinz (TE) Mostert
Roos
Prince
Holmes
Etling
Sinz (TE) Mostert
Roos
Prince
Holmes
Etling
Sinz (TE) Mostert
Roos
Prince
Holmes
Etling
Posey (WR) Mostert

MLB SLB/NB CB
S. Robinson Herman
Brown
S. Robinson Gilliam
Brown
S. Robinson Williams Brown
S. Robinson Williams Brown

SS
Williams
Williams
Richards
Richards

FS
Logan
L. Feichter
L. Feichter
L. Fiechter

CB
Lewis
Lewis
Lewis
Lewis

Year-By-Year Career Starts


OFFENSE
Player
10 11 12 13 14
Robert Kugler
7 12 4
Gabe Holmes
2 4 3 2 4
Justin Sinz

1 1 10 3
Danny Etling
7 4
Akeem Hunt

0 0 9 1
Jordan Roos
6 4
Jason King
5 4
B.J. Knauf
7 0
Shane Mikesky
0 7 0
DeAngelo Yancey 5 2
Danny Anthrop
0 2 4
Raheem Mostert
0 0 1 4
Cameron Posey 4 1
J.J. Prince
1 4
Cameron Cermin 0 4
Brandon Cottom
0 0 3 0
Dolapo Macarthy 2 0 1
Bilal Marshall
1 0

Total
23*
15
15
11*
10
10
9*
7
7
7
6
5
5
5
4*
3
3
1

DEFENSE
Player
10 11 12 13 14
Ryan Russell
11
13
11
4
Taylor Richards
13 12 2
Joe Gilliam
1
13
8
1
Landon Feichter
1
13
3
3
6 9 4
Sean Robinson 1#
Frankie Williams 5 11 4
Anthony Brown 0 10 4
Antoine Lewis
0 0 3 4
Jalani Phillips
1 0 4
Ryan Watson
4 1
JaWahun Bentley 4
Jake Replogle
0 4
RaZahn Howard 0 3
Michael Rouse III


0
3
0
Leroy Clark
2 0
Jimmy Herman
1 1
Collin Link

0 0 1 0
Austin Logan
0 1
Evan Panfil
1 0

* denotes consecutive starts.


* denotes consecutive starts.
#
Robinsons start in 2010 was at quarterback

20

Total
39
27
23
20
20
20
14*
7
5
5
4*
4*
3
3
2
2
1
1
1

2014 Purdue Touchdown Breakdown


Yards
No. of TD
Length of Drive
1-9 3 1
10-19 5
0
20-29 1
4
30-39 1
0
40-49 1
3
50-59 0
1
60-69 0
1
70-79 0
2
80-89 0
1
90+ 0 0
Totals 13 13
Longest TD: Etling to Anthrop, 44 yards vs. Southern Illinois
Shortest TD: Danny Etling, 1 yard vs. Southern Illinois
Avg. yds on TD Drives: 44.8

Time of Possession
TD Drives
0:01-0:59 4
1:00-1:30 0
1:31-1:59 1
2:00-2:59 3
3:00-3:59 2
4:00-4:59 1
5:00-5:59 1
6:00-6:59 0
7:00+ 1
OT 0
Totals 13
Shortest TD Drive Time: 0:06 vs. Central Michigan & Southern Illinois
Longest TD Drive Time: 7:43 vs. Central Michigan
Avg. TD Drive Time: 2:45

Plays on TD Drives
TDs
1 Play
2
2 Plays
0
3 Plays
2
4 Plays
0
5 Plays
0
6 Plays
3
7 Plays
2
8 Plays
1
9 Plays
2
10 Plays
0
11+ Plays
1
Avg. No. of Plays on TD Drives: 6.4
Shortest Drive by Plays: 1 vs. Central Michigan & Southern Illinois
Longest Drive by Plays: 17 vs. Central Michigan

Non-Offensive Touchdowns

2014 Purdue Redzone Numbers

Opponent
No.
Pct.
TD
Rush/Pass
FG
Missed FG
Int.
Fumbles
Downs Half
Western Michigan
5-5
100%
4 2/2
1 0
0 0 0 0
Central Michigan
1-2
50%
1 1/0
0 0
0 0 1 0
Notre Dame 2-4
50%
2 0/2
0 0
1 1 0 0
Southern Illinois
5-6
83%
3 2/1
2 0
0 0 1 0
Iowa
Illinois
Michigan State
Minnesota
Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Indiana
Season Totals 13-17
77%
10 5/5
3 0
1 1 2 0

2014 Opponent Redzone Numbers


Opponent
No.
Pct.
TD
Rush/Pass
FG
Missed FG
Int.
Fumbles
Downs Half
Western Michigan
3-3
100%
3 1/2
0 0
0 0 0 0
Central Michigan
4-4
100%
3 2/1
1 0
0 0 0 0
Notre Dame 4-4
100%
3 1/2
1 0
0 0 0 0
Southern Illinois
3-4
75%
1 1/0
2 0
0 0 1 0
Iowa
Illinois
Michigan State
Minnesota
Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Indiana
Season Totals 14-15
93%
10 5/5
4 0
0 0 1 0

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2014 Purdue Drive Charts


Opponent
Drives
TD
FG
Missed FG
Punts
Fumbles
Int
Downs
Half
Avg. Start
Western Michigan 15
5
3
0
5
0
0
1
1
Own 36
Central Michigan
13
2
1
1
4
1
2
2
0
Own 34
Notre Dame
13
2
0
0
4
1
2
2
2
Own 33
Southern Illinois
12
4
2
0
4
1
0
1
0
Own 38
Iowa
Illinois
Michigan State
Minnesota
Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Indiana
Season Totals
53 13
6
1
17 3
4
6 3
Scoring on change of possession:

2014 Opponent Drive Charts


Opponent
Drives
TD
FG
Missed FG
Punts
Fumbles
Int
Downs
Half
Avg. Start
Western Michigan 15
5
0
0
6
0
1
2
1
Own 30
Central Michigan
13
4
1
0
5
0
1
0
2
Own 29
Notre Dame
12
3
3
1
4
1
0
0
0
Own 28
Southern Illinois
12
1
2
1
3
1
1
2
1
Own 30
Iowa
Illinois
Michigan State
Minnesota
Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Indiana
Season Totals
52 13
6
2
18 2
3
4 4
Scoring on change of possession: Brandon Greer 57-yard INT return, Central Michigan

2014 Scoring Drives


Game
Western Michigan






Obtained
Punt
Punt
Kickoff
Interception
Punt
Kickoff
Punt
Kickoff

Scoring Play
Etling to Sinz 11-yard pass
Griggs 35-yard field goal
Griggs 52-yard field goal
Etling 4-yard rush
Griggs 44-yard field goal
Mostert 11-yard rush
Etling to Holmes 8-yard pass
Hunt 38-yard rush

Central Michigan

Punt
Interception

Notre Dame

Southern Illinois





Iowa
Illinois
Michigan State
Minnesota
Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Indiana

22

Plays
9
11
8
3
7
6
7
8

Yards
80
63
42
4
21
52
42
75

TOP
3:37
3:08
2:18
0:51
1:01
2:27
2:30
4:29

Score
7-0
10-7
13-14
20-14
23-14
30-21
37-28
43-34

Quarter
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
3rd
3rd
4th

Time
7:45
12:53
8:58
5:16
0:16
8:01
3:16
3:42

Etling 4-yard rush


17
Appleby to Anthrop 23-yard pass 1

77
23

7:43
0:06

7-14
17-31

2nd
4th

9:51
8:13

Missed FG
Fumble

Etling to Cottom 7-yard pass 9


Etling to De. Yancey 19-yard pass 3

67
26

5:00
0:47

7-7
14-10

1st
2nd

6:50
3:47

Fumble
Interception
Missed FG
Punt
Kickoff
Downs

Etling to De.Yancey 10-yard pass 6


Etling to Anthrop 44-yard pass 1
Griggs 30-yard field goal
10
Etling 1-yard rush
7
Griggs 29-yard field goal
5
Appleby 11-yard rush
6

23
44
56
26
46
43

2:32
0:06
2:57
3:36
1:05
1:59

7-0
14-0
17-0
25-0
28-3
35-13

1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
4th

7:48
4:06
0:07
9:59
0:00
0:36

Moving The Chains


Third Down Conversions
Purdue
3&1 3&2 3&3 3&4 3&5 3&6 3&7 3&8 3&9 3&10
3&11+ Totals

Conv-Att 5-6 5-7 3-7 3-6 2-7 4-6 1-4 0-1 1-5 3-7 2-11 29-67

Pct.
83% 71% 43% 50% 29% 67% 25% 0% 20% 43% 18% 43%
Purdues Longest Third Down Conversion: 15 yards vs. Central Michigan
Opponents 3&1 3&2 3&3 3&4 3&5 3&6 3&7 3&8 3&9 3&10
3&11+ Totals

Conv-Att 3-4 4-6 6-8 2-4 4-4 2-3 2-7 2-4 1-4 1-8 2-10 29-62

Pct.
75% 67% 75% 50% 100% 67% 29% 50% 25% 13% 20% 47%
Opponents Longest Third Down Conversion: 11 yards (Central Michigan & Southern Illinois)
Fourth Down Conversions
Purdue
4&1 4&2 4&3 4&4 4&5 4&6 4&7 4&8 4&9 4&10
4&11+ Totals

Conv-Att 1-3 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0- 1-2 4-11

Pct.
33% 0% 0% 100%
33% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 50% 36%
Purdues Longest Fourth Down Conversion: 12 yards vs. Central Michigan
Opponents 4&1 4&2 4&3 4&4 4&5 4&6 4&7 4&8 4&9 4&10
4&11+ Totals

Conv-Att 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-4

Pct.
0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
Opponents Longest Fourth Down Conversion:

2014 First Downs


Rushing
Mostert..........................................16
Hunt..............................................10
Etling ..............................................6
Green .............................................4
Appleby...........................................1
TOTALS..........................................37
Receiving
Anthrop...........................................9
Sinz.................................................7
De. Yancey........................................5
Posey...............................................4
Hunt................................................3
Knauf...............................................3
Mostert............................................3
Macarthy.........................................2
G. Phillips.........................................2
Cottom............................................1
Totals.............................................39

Total First Downs


Mostert..........................................19
Hunt..............................................13
Anthrop...........................................9
Sinz.................................................7
Etling...............................................6
De. Yancey........................................5
Green..............................................4
Posey...............................................4
Knauf...............................................3
Macarthy.........................................2
Phillips.............................................2
Appleby...........................................1
Cottom............................................1
Penalty.............................................5
TOTALS..........................................81

First-And-Goal


Purdue
Opponent
Possessions.................................5...............................6
Total Scores................................4...............................6
Touchdowns................................4...............................5
Rushing.................................3...............................3
Passing..................................1...............................2
Field Goals..................................0...............................1
Missed Field Goals......................0...............................0
Interception................................0...............................0
Fumbles......................................0...............................0
Downs........................................1...............................0
Clock..........................................0...............................0
Scoring Pct..................................80%..........................100%
Touchdown Pct............................80%..........................80%

Turnover Table (-2)


Takeaways |------- Takeaways------ | |--------Result------ |
Opponent
Fum. Int. Total
TD FG Pts.
Western Michigan 0 1 1
1 0 7
Central Michigan 0 1 1
1 0 7
Notre Dame
1 0 1
1 0 7
Southern Illinois 1 1 2
2 0 14
Iowa
Illinois
Michigan State
Minnesota
Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Indiana
Totals
2 3 5
5 0 35
Giveaways |------- Giveaways------ | |--------Result------ |
Opponent
Fum. Int. Total
TD FG Pts.
Western Michigan 0 0 0
0 0 0
Central Michigan 1 2 3
1 1 10
Notre Dame
1 2 3
0 1 3
Southern Illinois 1 0 1
1 0 7
Iowa
Illinois
Michigan State
Minnesota
Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Indiana
Totals
3 4 7
2 2 20

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Rushing (5)
Hunt
Mostert
Mostert
Etling
Hunt

2014 Long Plays (20+)


38
34
34
27
20

vs. Western Michigan


vs. Western Michigan
vs. Western Michigan
vs. Central Michigan
vs. Southern Illinois

Passing (10)
Etling to Anthrop
Etling to Anthrop
Etling to Hunt
Etling to G. Phillips
Etling to De. Yancey
Etling to Anthrop
Etling to Anthrop
Appleby to Anthrop
Etling to Knauf
Etling to Knuaf

44*
40
31
29
29
28
24
23*
20
20

vs. Southern Illinois


vs. Southern Illinois
vs. Southern Illinois
vs. Western Michigan
vs. Notre Dame
vs. Notre Dame
vs. Notre Dame
vs. Central Michigan
vs. Western Michigan
vs. Western Michigan

Returns (13)
Williams
Bentley
Mostert
Williams
Anthrop
Mostert
Mostert
Williams
Mostert
Hunt
L. Feichter
Williams
Hunt

56 (INT)
44 (INT)
41 (KOR)
36 (PR)
33 (KOR)
33 (KOR)
30 (KOR)
27 (PR)
25 (KOR)
23 (KOR)
23 (INT)
21 (PR)
20 (KOR)

vs. Western Michigan


vs. Central Michigan
vs. Southern Illinois
vs. Western Michigan
vs. Central Michigan
vs. Notre Dame
vs. Central Michigan
vs. Western Michigan
vs. Central Michigan
vs. Western Michigan
vs. Southern Illinois
vs. Central Michigan
vs. Western Michigan

* Denotes scoring play

24

The Last Time Purdue ...

RUSHING

Had 300 or more yards


Had 400 or more yards
Had 50 or more attempts
Had four or more TDs
Had two players with 100 yards in a game

PASSING

Had 400 or more yards


Had 500 or more yards
Had 45 or more attempts
Had 30 or more completions
Had four or more TDs
Threw three interceptions
Threw four or more interceptions

RECEIVING

Had two players with 100 yards in a game



Had three or more players with 100 yards in a game

Had a 200-yard passer and 100-yard rusher in a game

Had a 100-yard receiver and a 100-yard rusher in a game

Had 500 or more yards of total offense
Had 600 or more yards of total offense
Had 75 or more total plays of offense
Had 85 or more total plays of offense
Scored 40 or more points
Scored 50 or more points
Scored 60 or more points
Allowed 30 or more points
Allowed 40 or more points
Allowed 50 or more points
Was held scoreless
Held opponent scoreless
Did not commit a turnover
Committed five or more turnovers
Recorded five or more takeaways
Intercepted four or more passes
Returned an interception for a TD
Returned a fumble for a TD
Held opponent to 50 or fewer rushing yards
Held opponent to 100 or fewer passing yards
Held opponent to 200 or fewer yards of total offense
Scored a safety
Recorded five or more sacks
Returned a punt for a touchdown
Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown
Returned a kickoff for a touchdown
Blocked a punt
Blocked a field goal
Blocked a PAT kick
Had a field goal blocked
Missed a kicking PAT
Scored a 2-point conversion
Did not punt
Had a punt blocked
Recovered an onside kick
Had 30 or more first downs
Had 35 minutes or more of possession time
Was involved in an overtime game

vs. Eastern Michigan, Sept. 15, 2012 (392)


at Northwestern, Oct. 26, 2002 (407)
vs. Western Michigan, Dec. 27, 2011 (56)
vs. Eastern Michigan, Sept. 15, 2012 (6)
vs. Indiana, Nov. 23, 2002
(Brandon Jones, 131 and Joey Harris, 102)
at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (485)
vs. Central Michigan, Dec. 26, 2007 (546)
vs. Central Michigan, Sept. 6, 2014 (49)
at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (33)
ar Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (4)
vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 28, 2013 (4)
vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 28, 2013 (4)
at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013
(Danny Anthrop, 151 and DeAngelo Yancey, 125)
vs. Central Michigan, Dec. 26, 2007
(Dustin Keller, 150; Greg Orton, 136 and Jake Standeford, 112)

COMBINATION OFFENSE

vs. Oklahoma State, Jan. 1, 2013


(Robert Marve, 212 passing and Akeem Shavers, 108 rushing)
vs. Toledo, Sept. 5, 2009
(Keith Smith, 117 receiving and Ralph Bolden, 234 rushing)

TOTAL OFFENSE

at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (516)


vs. Southeast Missouri, Sept. 17, 2011 (627)
vs. Central Michigan, Sept. 6, 2014 (83)
vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 28, 2013 (85)

SCORING

vs. Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2014 (43)


at Indiana, Nov. 24, 2012 (56)
at Indiana, Nov. 22, 2008 (62)
vs. Notre Dame, Sept. 13, 2014 (30)
at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (56)
at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (56)
vs. Ohio State, Nov. 2, 2013 (56-0)
vs. Southeast Missouri, Sept. 17, 2011 (59-0)

GIVEAWAYS / TAKEAWAYS

vs. Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2014


vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 28, 2013 (5)
vs. Western Michigan, Dec. 27, 2011 (7)
vs. Western Michigan, Dec. 27, 2011 (4)
vs. Marshall, Sept. 29, 2012 (Ricardo Allen, 39 yards and Josh Johnson, 74 yards))
vs. Iowa, Nov. 19, 2011 (Brandon Taylor, 0 yards)
DEFENSE

SPECIAL TEAMS

vs. Indiana State, Sept. 7, 2013 (39)


vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 1, 2012 (85)
vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 1, 2012 (190)
vs. Illinois, Nov. 23, 2013
vs. Indiana State, Sept. 7, 2013 (5)
vs. Northern Illinois. Sept. 19, 2009 (Aaron Valentin, 62 yards)
vs. Northern Colorado, Sept. 6, 2008 (Mike Conway, 11 yards)
at Penn State, Nov. 16, 2013 (Raheem Mostert, 100 yards)
vs. Indiana State, Sept. 7, 2013 (Frankie Williams)
vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 13, 2012 (Kawann Short)
vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 1, 2012 (Kawann Short)
at Ohio State, Oct. 20, 2012 (Paul Griggs)
vs. Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2014 (Paul Griggs)
vs. Southern Illinois, Sept. 20, 2014 (Brandon Cottom rush)
vs. Indiana, Nov. 22, 2008
vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 13, 2012
vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 28, 2013

MISCELLANEOUS

vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 1, 2012 (33)


vs. Marshall, Sept. 29, 2012 (35:07)
at Ohio State, Oct. 20, 2012 (L, 22-29) [4-8 all-time in overtime games]

25

The Last Time A Boilermaker ...


Rushed for 100 yards or more
Rushed for 150 yards or more
Rushed for 200 yards or more
Rushed for 250 yards or more
Quarterback rushed for 100 or more yards
Rushed 20 or more times
Rushed 30 or more times
Rushed for three TDs
Rushed for four or more TDs
Had a run of 50 yards or more
Had a run of 60 yards or more
Had a run of 70 yards or more
Had a run of 80 yards or more
Passed for 300 or more yards
Passed for 400 or more yards
Passed for 500 or more yards
Attempted 40 or more passes
Attempted 50 or more passes
Completed 20 or more passes
Completed 30 or more passes
Threw four TDs
Threw five or more TDs
Completed a pass of 50 yards or more
Completed a pass of 60 yards or more
Completed a pass of 70 yards or more
Completed a pass of 80 yards or more
Threw three or more interceptions
Caught seven or more passes
Caught 10 or more passes
Caught 15 or more passes
Had 100 or more yards receiving
Had 150 or more yards receiving
Had 200 or more yards receiving
Caught two TDs
Caught three or more TDs
Caught a pass of 50 yards or more
Caught a pass of 60 yards or more
Caught a pass of 70 yards or more
Caught a pass of 80 yards or more
Had 400 or more yards total offense
Had 500 or more yards total offense
Had 100 yards both passing and rushing

Had 150 or more all-purpose yards
Had 200 or more all-purpose yards
Had 250 or more all-purpose yards
Accounted for five or more touchdowns
Accounted for six or more touchdowns
Intercepted two or more passes
Intercepted three or more passes
Intercepted four or more passes
Recovered two or more fumbles
Recorded 10 or more tackles
Recorded 15 or more tackles
Had two or more sacks
Scored 10 or more points kicking
Kicked four field goals
Kicked five or more field goals
Kicked a field goal of 50 or more yards
Had a punt 60 or more yards
Had a punt 70 or more yards
Punted 10 or more times
Totaled 100 or more punt return yards
Totaled 100 or more kickoff return yards

26

RUSHING

Raheem Mostert vs. Western Mcihigan, Aug. 30, 2014 (146)


Ralph Bolden vs. Toledo, Sept. 5, 2009 (234)
Ralph Bolden vs. Toledo, Sept. 5, 2009 (234)
Mike Alstott at Indiana, Nov. 24, 1995 (265)
Rob Henry at Northwestern, Oct. 9, 2010 (132)
Raheem Mostert vs. Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2014 (22)
Kory Sheets vs. Michigan, Nov. 1, 2008 (30)
Rob Henry vs. Minnesota, Oct. 16, 2010 (3)
Kory Sheets vs. Miami [Ohio], Sept. 9, 2006 (4)
Akeem Hunt vs. Illinois, Nov. 23, 2013 (62)
Akeem Hunt vs. Illinois, Nov. 23, 2013 (62)
Akeem Hunt vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 13, 2012 (81)
Akeem Hunt vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 13, 2012 (81)

PASSING

Danny Etling at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (485)


Danny Etling at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (485)
Curtis Painter vs. Central Michigan, Dec. 26, 2007 (546)
Danny Etling vs. Notre Dame, Sept. 13, 2014 (40)
Joey Elliott vs. Michigan State, Nov. 14, 2009 (55)
Danny Etling vs. Notre Dame, Sept. 13, 2014 (27)
Danny Etling at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (33)
Danny Etling at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (4)
Curtis Painter vs. Eastern Illinois, Sept. 8, 2007 (6)
Danny Etling at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (80)
Danny Etling at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (80)
Danny Etling at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (80)
Danny Etling at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (80)
Sean Robinson vs. Wisconsin, Nov. 6, 2010 (3)

RECEIVING

Justin Sinz (7) vs. Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2014


DeAngelo Yancey at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (11)
Keith Smith vs. Michigan State, Nov. 14, 2009 (15)
Danny Anthrop vs. Southern Illinois, Sept. 20, 2014 (106)
Danny Anthrop at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (151)
Selwyn Lymon at Notre Dame, Sept. 30, 2006 (238)
Gary Bush vs. Marshall, Sept. 29, 2012 (3)
Gary Bush vs. Marshall, Sept. 29, 2012 (3)
Danny Anthrop at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (80)
Danny Anthrop at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (80)
Danny Anthrop at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (80)
Danny Anthrop at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (80)

TOTAL OFFENSE

ALL-PURPOSE

SCORING

Danny Etling at Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (487)


Curtis Painter vs. Central Michigan, Dec. 26, 2007 (540)
Brandon Kirsch at Michigan State, November 16, 2002
(208 passing, 125 rushing)
Raheem Moster vs. Central Michigan, Sept. 6, 2014 (173)
Akeem Hunt vs. Indiana State, Sept. 7, 2013 (243)
Dorien Bryant vs. Northwestern, Oct. 15, 2005 (271)
Curtis Painter vs. Indiana, Nov. 22, 2008 (5 passing)
Curtis Painter vs. Eastern Illinois, Sept. 8, 2007 (6 passing)

DEFENSE

Ricardo Allen at indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (2)


Mike Rose vs. Northwestern, Sept. 27, 1997 (3)
Paul Beery at Wisconsin, Oct. 9, 1976 (4)
Ryan Russell vs. Minnesota, Oct. 8, 2011 (2)
Landon Feichter vs. Southern Illinois, Sept. 20, 2014 (10)
Anthony Spencer at Notre Dame, Sept. 30, 2006 (15)
Ryan Watson vs. Southern Illinois, Sept. 20, 2014 (2.0)

SPECIAL TEAMS

Paul Griggs vs. Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2014 (13)


Carson Wiggs at Indiana, Nov. 26, 2011 (4)
Rick Anderson vs. Michigan State, Oct. 25, 1980 (5)
Paul Griggs vs. Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2014 (51)
Cody Webster vs. Ohio State, Nov. 2, 2013 (73)
Cody Webster vs. Ohio State, Nov. 2, 2013 (73)
Jared Armstrong vs. Ohio State, Oct. 6, 2007 (12)
Anthony Chambers vs. Penn State, Oct. 11, 2003 (149)
Raheem Mostert at Penn State, Nov. 16, 2013 (100 on one return)

The Last Time An Opponent ...


Had 300 or more yards
Had 50 or more attempts
Had four or more TDs
Had two or more players with 100 yards
Had 300 or more yards
Had 400 or more yards
Had 50 or more attempts
Had 60 or more attempts
Had 30 or more completions
Threw three or more TDs
Had two or more players with 100 yards in a game

Had 500 or more yards total offense
Had 600 or more yards total offense
Had 80 or more plays
Scored 40 or more points
Scored 50 or more points
Returned an interception for a TD
Returned a fumble for a TD
Scored a safety
Held Purdue to 50 or fewer rushing yards
Held Purdue to 200 or fewer passing yards
Held Purdue to 300 or fewer yards total offense
Returned a punt for a TD
Returned a blocked punt for a TD
Returned a kickoff for a TD
Punted 10 or more times
Missed a kicking PAT
Scored a 2-point conversion
Had 20 or more first downs
Had 30 or more first downs
Had 35 minutes or more of possession time
Had 100-yard rusher and 100-yard receiver
Had a 100-yard rusher
Had a 300-yard passer
Had a 100-yard receiver
Had 15 or more tackles

RUSHING

Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (401)


Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (54)
Penn State, Nov. 16, 2013 (5)
Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (Roberson 21-154, Houston 17-120 and Roberts 14-113)
PASSING

RECEIVING
TOTAL OFFENSE

SCORING
TAKEAWAYS
DEFENSE

SPECIAL TEAMS

MISCELLANEOUS

Notre Dame, Sept. 14, 2013 (309)


Marshall, Sept. 29, 2012 (439)
Marshall, Sept. 29, 2012 (68)
Marshall, Sept. 29, 2012 (68)
Marshall, Sept. 29, 2012 (45)
Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (6)
Toledo, Sept. 5, 2009
(Stephen Williams, 185, and Eric Page, 128)
Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (692)
Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (692)
Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (94)
Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (56)
Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (56)
Central Michigan (Brandon Greer, 57 yards)
Michigan Sate, Oct. 19, 2013 (Denicos Allen, 45 yards)
Nebraska, Oct. 12, 2013
Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (31)
Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2014 (181)
Notre Dame, Sept. 13, 2014 (290)
Michigan, Nov. 1, 2008 (Martavious Odoms, 73 yards)
Marshall, Sept. 29, 2012 (Derek Mitchell, returned 35 yards)
Northern Illinois, Sept. 28, 2013 (Tommylee Lewis, 99 yards)
Northwestern, Oct. 30, 2004 (11)
Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2014 2012
Ohio State, Oct. 20, 2012
Southern Illinois, Sept. 20 2014 (20)
Indiana, Nov. 30, 2013 (42)
Penn State, Nov. 16, 2013 (36:29)

COMBINED OFFENSE
Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2014 (Franklin 163 rush, Braverman 130 rec.)
INDIVIDUALS

Thomas Rawls (155), Central Michigan, Sept. 6, 2014


Tommy Rees (309), Notre Dame, Sept. 14, 2013
MyCole Pruitt (136), Southern Illinois, Sept. 20, 2014
Archie Donald (16), Toledo, Sept. 25, 2010

27

#1
Akeem
Hunt

#5
Danny
Etling

Junior
Running Back

#7
DeAngelo
Yancey

Sophomore
Quarterback

Sophomore
Wide Receiver

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME PASSING STATS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS

Opponent
Att Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan
15 78 5.2 1 38
Central Michigan
3 9 3.0 0 5
Notre Dame
5
32
6.4
0
11
Southern Illinois 8
60
7.5
0
20
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
31 179 5.8 1 38

Opponent
Cmp-Att-Int Pct. Yds TD Long
Western Michigan 19-38-0
50.0 181 2
29
Central Michigan 17-32-2
53.1 126 0
17
Notre Dame
27-40-2
67.5 234 2
29
Southern Illinois 15-26-0
57.7 198 2
44
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
78-136-4 57.4 739 6 44

Opponent
Rec. Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan
0 0 0.0 0 0
Central Michigan
1 9 9.0 0 9
Notre Dame
2
48
24.0
1
29
Southern Illinois 4
30
7.5
1
10
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
7 87 12.4 2 29

2014 Notes:

2014 Notes:

Career Passing Totals


Year
Cmp-Att-Int Pct.
Yds
TD Long
2013 149-267-7 55.8 1,690 10 80
2014 78-136-4 57.4 739 6 44
Totals 227-403-11 56.3 2,429 16 80

Career Receiving Totals


Year Rec
Yds
Avg/C
2013 32
546 17.1
2014 7
87 12.4
Totals 39
633 16.2

Career Highs
Completions................33.......................... at Indiana, 2013
Attempts.....................49.......................... at Indiana, 2013
Yards Passing..............485........................ at Indiana, 2013
Passing Touchdowns....4............................ at Indiana, 2013
Long Pass....................80.......................... at Indiana, 2013

Career Highs
Receptions..................11.......................... at Indiana, 2013
Receiving Yards...........146.................... vs. Nebraska, 2013
Long Reception...........55...................... vs. Nebraska, 2013
Receiving TDs..............1....................................Three times

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS


Opponent
Rec. Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan
2 7 3.5 0 10
Central Michigan 3
16
5.3
0
9
Notre Dame
5
14
2.8
0
6
Southern Illinois 3
39
13.0
0
31
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
13 76 5.8 0 31
2014 Notes:

Career Rushing Totals


Year Att
Yds
Avg/C
2011 66
287 8.7
2012 42
335 8.0
2013 123 464 3.8
2014 31
179 5.8
Totals 229
1,265 5.5

TD Long
2 50
2 81
1 62
1 38
6 81

Career Receiving Totals


Year Rec
Yds
Avg/C
TD Long
2011 1
4
4.0
0 4
2012 13
204 15.7
2 63
2013 38
340 8.9
2 44
2014 13
76 5.8
0 10
Totals 65
647 10.0
4 63
Career Highs
Rushes........................22.................vs. Indiana State, 2013
Rushing Yards.............106.........vs. Eastern Kentucky, 2012
Long Rush...................81......................vs. Wisconsin, 2012
Receptions..................9......................... Notre Dame, 2013
Receiving Yards...........72....................... Notre Dame, 2013
Long Reception...........63............................at Illinois, 2012
Receiving TDs..............1................................Multiple times
Long Kickoff Return.....100....................at Ohio State, 2012

28

TD Long
2 55
2 29
4 55

#8
Raheem
Mostert

Senior
Running Back

#12
Austin
Appleby

#13
Gregory
Phillips

Sophomore
Quarterback

Freshman
Wide Receiver

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME PASSING STATS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS

Opponent
Att Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan 22
146 6.6
1
34
Central Michigan
19 53 2.8 0 12
Notre Dame 14 47 3.4 0 8
Southern Illinois 12 47 3.9 0 11
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
67 293 4.4 1 34

Opponent
Cmp-Att-Int Pct. Yds TD Long
Western Michigan DNP
Central Michigan 7-17-0
41.2 78 1
23
Notre Dame
DNP
Southern Illinois 0-0-0
0.0 0
0
0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
7-17-0
41.2 78 1 23

Opponent
Rec. Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan 1
29
29.0
0
29
Central Michigan
1 5 5.0 0 5
Notre Dame 0 0 0.0 0 0
Southern Illinois
0 0 0.0 0 0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
2 34 17.0 0 29

2014 Notes: Rushed for an 11-yard touchdown against


Southern Illinois ...

2014 Notes:

Career Passing Totals


Year
Cmp-Att-Int Pct.
Yds
2013 5-6-0
83.3 68
2014 7-17-0
41.2 78
Totals 12-23-0
52.2 146

Career Receiving Totals


Year Rec
Yds
Avg/C
2014 2
34 17.0
Totals 2
34 17.0

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS


Opponent
Rec. Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan 1
-1
-1.0
0
-1.0
Central Michigan 5
31
6.2
0
11
Notre Dame
3
30
10.0
0
15
Southern Illinois
0 0 0.0 0 0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
9 60 6.7 0 15
2014 Notes:

Career Rushing Totals


Year Att
Yds
Avg/C
2011 16
108 6.8
2012 16
85 5.3
2013 11
37 3.4
2014 67
293 4.4
Totals 110
523 4.8

TD Long
2 25
1 15
0 10
1 34
4 34

Career Highs
Rushes.................... 22....vs. Western Michigan, 2014
Rushing Yards......... 146... vs. Western Michigan, 2014
Long Rush............... 34....vs. Western Michigan, 2014
Receptions.............. 5.......vs. Central Michigan, 2014
Receiving Yards....... 31.....vs. Central Michigan, 2014
Long Reception....... 15............. vs. Notre Dame, 2014
Long Kickoff Return.....100................... at Penn State, 2013

TD Long
1 44
1 23
2 44

Career Highs
Completions........... 7.......vs. Central Michigan, 2014
Attempts................. 17.....vs. Central Michigan, 2014
Yards Passing.......... 78.....vs. Central Michigan, 2014
Passing Touchdowns....1.............................................Twice
Long Pass....................44............................. vs. Iowa, 2013

TD Long
0 29
0 29

Career Highs
Receptions.............. 1........................................ Twice
Receiving Yards....... 29....vs. Western Michigan, 2014
Long Reception....... 29....vs. Western Michigan, 2014

29

#18
Cameron
Posey

#21
Dolapo
Macarthy

Sophomore
Wide Receiver

#33
Danny
Anthrop

5th-Year
Tight End

Junior
Wide Receiver

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS

Opponent
Rec. Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan DNP
Central Michigan 2
22
11.0
0
16
Notre Dame
4
28
7.0
0
10
Southern Illinois 1
19
19.0
0
19
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
7 69 9.9 0 19

Opponent
Rec. Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan
0 0 0.0 0 0
Central Michigan 3
33
11.0
0
13
Notre Dame 1 6 6.0 0 6
Southern Illinois
0 0 0.0 0 0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
4 39 9.8 0 13

Opponent
Rec. Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan 2
14
7.0
0
9
Central Michigan 1
23
23.0
1
23
Notre Dame
4
61
15.3
0
28
Southern Illinois 5
106 21.2
1
44
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
12 204 17.0 2 44

2014 Notes:

2014 Notes:

2014 Notes:

Career Receiving Totals


Year Rec
Yds
Avg/C
2013 26
297 11.4
2014 7
69 9.9
Totals 32
366 11.4

TD Long
3 44
0 16
3 44

Career Highs
Receptions..................6....................... at Penn State, 2013
Receiving Yards...........67............ vs. Northern Illinois, 2013
Long Reception...........44............ vs. Northern Illinois, 2013
Receiving TDs..............1....................................Three times

30

Career Receiving Totals


Year Rec
Yds
Avg/C
2012 28
252 9.0
2013 1
5
5.0
2014 4
39 6.0
Totals 33
296 9.0

TD Long
1 31
0 5
0 13
1 31

Career Highs
Receptions..................6........................at Ohio State, 2012
Receiving Yards...........53..................... at Minnesota, 2012
Long Reception...........31..................... at Minnesota, 2012
Receiving TDs..............1....................... at Minnesota, 2012

Career Receiving Totals


Year Rec
Yds
Avg/C
2012 1
25 25.0
2013 17
313 18.4
2014 12
204 17.0
Totals 30
542 18.1

TD Long
1 25
2 80
2 44
5 80

Career Highs
Receptions.............. 5........................................ Twice
Receiving Yards...........151........................ at Indiana, 2013
Long Reception...........80.......................... at Indiana, 2013
Receiving TDs..............1................................Multiple times

#83
B.J.
Knauf

#84
Justin
Sinz

Sophomore
Wide Receiver

#86
Gabe
Holmes

5th-Year
Tight End

5th-Year
Tight End

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS

Opponent
Rec. Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan 4
52
13.0
0
20
Central Michigan 3
19
6.3
0
9
Notre Dame
DNP
Southern Illinois
0 0 0.0 0 0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
7 71 10.0 0 20

Opponent
Rec. Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan 7
65
9.3
1
14
Central Michigan 3
31
10.3
0
17
Notre Dame
5
26
5.2
0
7
Southern Illinois
1 1 1.0 0 1
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
16 123 7.7 1 17

Opponent
Rec. Yds Avg TD Long
Western Michigan 2
15
7.5
1
8
Central Michigan 2
15
7.5
0
8
Notre Dame
2
14
7.0
0
9
Southern Illinois
0 0 0.0 0 0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
6 44 7.3 1 9

2014 Notes:

2014 Notes:

2014 Notes:

Career Receiving Totals


Year Rec
Yds
Avg/C
2013 14
92 6.6
2014 7
71 10.0
Totals 21
163 7.8

TD Long
1 29
0 20
1 29

Career Highs
Receptions..................4.............................................Twice
Receiving Yards....... 52....vs. Western Michigan, 2014
Long Reception....... 20....vs. Western Michigan, 2014
Receiving TDs..............1.................... vs. Notre Dame, 2013

Career Receiving Totals


Year Rec
Yds
Avg/C
2011 3
25 8.3
2012 4
48 12.0
2013 41
340 8.3
2014 16
123 7.7
Totals 64
536 8.4

TD Long
0 9
1 16
4 28
1 17
6 28

Career Highs
Receptions..................9............................ at Indiana, 2013
Receiving Yards...........87.......................... at Indiana, 2013
Long Reception...........28................................Illinois, 2013
Receiving TDs..............1................................Multiple times

Career Receiving Totals


Year Rec
Yds
Avg/C
2011 1
14 14.0
2012 11
133 12.1
2013 25
158 6.3
2014 6
44 7.3
Totals 52
418 8.0

TD Long
0 14
1 23
2 15
1 8
4 23

Career Highs
Receptions..................6....................... Indiana State, 2013
Receiving Yards...........44....................... at Michigan, 2011
Long Reception...........23....................... at Michigan, 2011
Receiving TDs..............1................................Multiple times

31

#3
Leroy
Clark

#4
Taylor
Richards

Sophomore
Cornerback

Senior
Safety

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 1-1-2 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Notre Dame
0-1-1 0.0
0.0
Southern Illinois 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
1-2-3 0.0 0.0

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Misc.
-

2014 Notes:

Career Totals
Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
2013 13-4-17 0.0 0.0
2014 1-2-3 0.0 0.0
Totals 14-6-20 0.0 0.0

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan DNP
Central Michigan DNP
Notre Dame
2-1-3 0.0
0.0
Southern Illinois 1-1-2 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
3-2-5 0.0
0.0

Misc
-

Year U-A-T
2011 3-4-7
2012
43-8-51
2013
43-21-64
2014
3-2-5
Totals 92-35-127

Sophomore
Safety
2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Misc.
PBU
PBU

2 PBU

2014 Notes:

Career Highs
Total Tackles................3.............................................Twice
Solo Tackles.................2................................Multiple times
Tackles for Loss...........-......................................................
Sacks..........................-......................................................
PBUs...........................-......................................................

32

#5
Austin
Logan

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 3-2-5 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan 4-2-6 0.0
0.0
Notre Dame
DNP
Southern Illinois 1-0-1 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
7-4-11 0.0 0.0

Misc.
-

2014 Notes:

Career Totals
TFL Sacks
Misc
0.0 0.
INT
0.5
0.5
6 PBU, BLK
1.0
0.0
2 PBU, INT, FF
0.0
0.0
2 PBU
1.5
0.5 10 PBU, 2 INT, BLK, FF

Career Highs
Total Tackles................9.................... vs. Notre Dame, 2013
Solo Tackles.................6................................Multiple times
Tackles for Loss...........0.5.............................Multiple times
Sacks..........................0.5..........vs. Eastern Kentucky, 2012
PBUs...........................2................................at Iowa, 2012

Career Totals
Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
2013 9-5-14 1.0 0.0
2014 7-4-11 0.0 0.0
Totals 16-9-25 1.0 0.0

Misc
INT
INT

Career Highs
Total Tackles........... 6.......vs. Central Michigan, 2014
Solo Tackles............ 4.......vs. Central Michigan, 2014
Tackles for Loss...........1.0....................vs. Ohio State, 2013
Sacks..........................-.....................................................PBUs...........................-.....................................................-

#9
Anthony
Brown

#10
Sean
Robinson

Junior
Cornerback

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 1-0-1 0.0 0.0
Central Michigan 4-2-6 1.0 0.0
Notre Dame
4-1-5 2.5 1.5
Southern Illinois 5-1-6 1.5 0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
14-4-18 5.0 1.5

3 PBU

2014 Notes:

Year U-A-T
2012 4-2-6
2013
51-18-69
2014
14-4-18
Totals 69-24-93

5th-Year
Linebacker

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Misc.
2 PBU
PBU

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 1-2-3
0.0 0.0
Central Michigan 8-0-8
0.0 0.0
Notre Dame
3-7-10 2.0 0.0
Southern Illinois 7-2-9
1.0 1.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
19-11-30 3.0 1.0

Career Highs
Total Tackles................9........................ vs. Nebraska, 2013
Solo Tackles.................8........................ vs. Nebraska, 2013
Tackles for Loss...... 1.5............ vs. Notre Dame, 2014
Sacks....................... 1.5............ vs. Notre Dame, 2014
PBUs...........................2.............................................Twice

Year U-A-T
2012
18-9-27
2013
29-16-45
2014
19-11-30
Totals 66-36-102

Freshman
Rush End

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Misc.
PBU

PBU

2014 Notes:

Career Totals
TFL Sacks
Misc
0.0 0.0
3.0
0.0
3 PBU, FF
5.0
1.5
3 PBU
8.0
1.5
6 PBU, FF

#13
Gelen
Robinson

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Notre Dame
1-2-3 1.5
1.0
Southern Illinois 1-0-1 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
2-2-4 1.5 1.0

Misc.
-

2014 Notes:

Career Totals
TFL Sacks
0.5
0.0
2.0
0.0
3.0
0.0
5.0
1.0

Misc
3 PBU
1 PBU
1 PBU
5 PBU

Career Highs
Total Tackles........... 10............. vs. Notre Dame, 2014
Solo Tackles............ 8......vs. Central Michigan , 2014
Tackles for Loss...... 2.0............ vs. Notre Dame, 2014
Sacks....................... 1.0..... vs. Southern Illinois, 2014
PBUs...........................2................................at Iowa, 2012

Career Totals
Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
2014 2-2-4 1.5 1.0
Totals 1-2-3
1.5 1.0

Misc
-

Career Highs
Total Tackles........... 3............... vs. Notre Dame, 2014
Solo Tackles............ 1............... vs. Notre Dame, 2014
Tackles for Loss...... 1.5............ vs. Notre Dame, 2014
Sacks....................... 1.0............ vs. Notre Dame, 2014
PBUs...........................-......................................................

33

#14
RaZahn
Howard

#23
Antoine
Lewis

Sophomore
Defensive Tackle
2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS
Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan 1-2-3 0.0
0.0
Notre Dame
1-2-3 0.0
0.0
Southern Illinois 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
2-4-6 0.0 0.0

Misc.
PBU

PBU

2014 Notes:

Year U-A-T
2013
2-2-4
2014
2-4-6
Totals 4-6-10

Career Totals
TFL Sacks
1.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
1.0

Misc
2 PBU
1 PBU
3 PBU

Career Highs
Total Tackles................3.............................................Twice
Solo Tackles.................1................................Multiple times
Tackles for Loss...........1.0............................ vs. Iowa, 2013
Sacks..........................1.0............................ vs. Iowa, 2013
PBUs...........................2.................at Michigan State, 2013

34

#24
Frankie
Williams

5th-Year
Cornerback

Junior
Safety/Cornerback

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Misc.
Western Michigan 0-3-3 0.0
0.0
PBU
Central Michigan 5-0-5 1.0
1.0
FF
Notre Dame
4-2-6 0.0
0.0
PBU, FF
Southern Illinois 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
9-5-14 1.0
1.0
2 PBU, 2 FF

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Misc.
Western Michigan 6-1-7 0.0 0.0
INT, 2 PBU
Central Michigan 2-0-2 0.0 0.0
Notre Dame
5-3-8 0.0 0.0
PBU
Southern Illinois 4-3-7 0.0 0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
17-7-24 0.0 0.0
3 PBU, INT

2014 Notes:

2014 Notes:

Year U-A-T
2011 1-0-1
2012
7-1-8
2013
20-4-24
2014
9-5-14
Totals 37-10-47

Career Totals
TFL Sacks
Misc
0.0 0.0
0.0
0.0
2 PBU, 2 IINT
0.5
0.0
1 PBU
1.0
1.0
2 PBU, 2 FF
1.5
1.0 5 PBU, 2 INT, 2 FF

Career Highs
Total Tackles........... 6............... vs. Notre Dame, 2014
Solo Tackles............ 5.......vs. Central Michigan, 2014
Tackles for Loss...........1.0..........vs. Central Michigan, 2014
Sacks..........................1.0..........vs. Central Michigan, 2014
PBUs...........................1................................Multiple times

Year U-A-T
2012
36-9-45
2013
46-15-61
2014
17-7-24
Totals 99-31-130

Career Totals
TFL Sacks
Misc
1.0
0.0
9 PBU, 2 INT
2.0
0.0
3 PBU, 2 INT
0.0
0.0
3 PBU, INT
3.0
0.0
15 PBU, 5 INT

Career Highs
Total Tackles................11.....................vs. Ohio State, 2013
Solo Tackles.................8.......................vs. Ohio State, 2013
Tackles for Loss...........1.0.............................Multiple times
Sacks..........................-......................................................
PBUs...........................3........................... vs. Indiana, 2012

#29
Jimmie
Herman

#35
JaWhaun
Bentley

Sophomore
Linebacker

Freshman
Linebacker

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 2-2-4 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan DNP
Notre Dame
DNP
Southern Illinois 1-0-1 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
3-2-5 0.0 0.0

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Misc.
-

2014 Notes:

Career Totals
Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
2013 10-3-13 0.0 0.0
2014 3-2-5 0.0 0.0
Totals 13-5-18 0.0 0.0

#36
Danny
Ezechukwu

Misc
-

Career Highs
Total Tackles........... 4......vs. Western Michigan, 2014
Solo Tackles.................3........................ at Wisconsin, 2013
Tackles for Loss...........-......................................................
Sacks..........................-......................................................
PBUs...........................-......................................................

R-Freshman
Linebacker

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Misc.
Western Michigan 2-3-5
0.0 0.0
PBU
Central Michigan 4-0-4
0.0 0.0
INT
Notre Dame
2-7-9
0.5 0.0
Southern Illinois 5-2-7
0.5 0.0
FR
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
13-12-25 1.0 0.0 INT, PBU, FR

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 1-0-1 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Notre Dame
1-1-2 0.5
0.5
Southern Illinois 0-1-1 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
2-2-4 0.5 0.5

Misc.
-

2014 Notes:

2014 Notes:

Career Totals
Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
Misc
2014
13-12-25
1.0
0.0
INT, PBU, FR
Totals 13-12-25
1.0
0.0
INT, PBU, FR

Career Totals
Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
2014 2-2-4 0.5 0.5
Totals 2-2-4
0.5 0.5

Career Highs
Total Tackles........... 9.............. vs. Notre Dame,. 2014
Solo Tackles............ 5........ vs. Southern Illinois, 2014
Tackles for Loss...... 0.5..................................... Twice
Sacks..........................-......................................................
PBUs....................... 1......vs. Western Michigan, 2014

Career Highs
Total Tackles........... 2............... vs. Notre Dame, 2014
Solo Tackles............ 1........................................ Twice
Tackles for Loss...... 0.5............ vs. Notre Dame, 2014
Sacks....................... 0.5............ vs. Notre Dame, 2014
PBUs...........................-......................................................

Misc
-

35

#39
Joe
Gilliam

#44
Landon
Feichter

5th-Year
Linebacker
2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS
Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 2-1-3 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan 4-0-4 1.0
0.0
Notre Dame
0-1-1 0.0
0.0
Southern Illinois 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
6-2-8 1.0 0.0

5th-Year
Safety

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Misc.
PBU
-

PBU

2014 Notes:

#54
Jake
Replogle

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 6-2-8
0.0 0.0
Central Michigan 3-2-5
0.5 0.0
Notre Dame
5-5-10 0.0 0.0
Southern Illinois 7-3-10 0.0 0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
21-12-33 0.5 0.0

Sophomore
Defensive End
2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Misc.
INT

INT

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 2-1-3 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan 1-2-3 0.5
0.0
Notre Dame
0-2-2 0.5
0.0
Southern Illinois 1-0-1 1.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
4-4-8 2.0 0.0

Misc.
-

2014 Notes:

2014 Notes:

Career Totals
TFL Sacks
Misc
0.0 0.0
2.5
1.0
PBU, FF
2.0
0.0
3 PBU
1.0 0.0
PBU
5.5
1.0
5 PBU, FF

Career Totals
Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
Misc
2011 22-3-25 0.0 0.0
PBU
2012
54-26-80
2.0
0.0
3 PBU, 4 INT
2013
15-9-24
1.5
0.0
PBU, INT
2014 21-12-33 0.5 0.0
INT
Totals 112-50-162 4.0
0.0
5 PBU, 6 INT

Career Totals
Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
2013 11-2-13 1.0 0.0
2014 4-4-8 2.0 0.0
Totals 15-6-21 3.0 0.0

Career Highs
Total Tackles................7.......................vs. Penn State, 2012
Solo Tackles.................6.......................vs. Penn State, 2012
Tackles for Loss...........1.5...........................at Illinois, 2012
Sacks..........................1.0...........................at Illinois, 2012
PBUs...........................2................. vs. Indiana Sstate, 2013

Career Highs
Total Tackles................12......................vs. Wisconsin, 2012
Solo Tackles.................10......................vs. Wisconsin, 2012
Tackles for Loss...........2.0.............................at Iowa, 2012
Sacks..........................-......................................................
PBUs...........................2.............vs. Eastern Kentucky, 2012

Career Highs
Total Tackles................4............................ at Indiana, 2013
Solo Tackles.................4............................ at Indiana, 2014
Tackles for Loss...........1.0..........................................Twice
Sacks..........................-......................................................
PBUs...........................-......................................................

Year U-A-T
2011 3-4-7
2012
41-16-57
2013
25-6-31
2014 6-2-8
Totals 75-28-103

36

Misc
-

#89
Jalani
Phillips

#92
Ryan
Watson

Senior
Rush End

Junior
Defensive Tackle

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 3-2-5 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan 1-0-1 0.0
0.0
Notre Dame
2-5-7 1.5
1.0
Southern Illinois 2-1-3 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
8-8-16 1.5 1.0

#95
Evan
Panfil

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Misc.
FR
-

FR

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 2-0-2 1.0
1.0
Central Michigan 3-0-3 1.0
1.0
Notre Dame
1-2-3 0.0
0.0
Southern Illinois 2-0-2 2.0
2.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
8-2-10 4.0 4.0

Sophomore
Defensive End
2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Misc.
-

2014 Notes:

2014 Notes:

Career Receiving Totals


Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
Misc
2011 2-0-2 0.0 0.0
2012 19-4-23 4.5 2.0
2013
8-1-9
4.0
2.0
2 PBU
2014 8-8-16 1.5 1.0
FR
Totals 37-13-50
10.0
5.0
2 PBU, FR

Career Receiving Totals


Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
2012 1-1-2 0.0 0.0
2013 6-2-8 1.0 0.0
2014 8-2-10 4.0 4.0
Totals 15-5-20 5.0 4.0

Career Highs
Total Tackles........... 7............... vs. Notre Dame, 2014
Solo Tackles.................4....................... at Minnesota, 2013
Tackles for Loss...........2.0..........................................Twice
Sacks..........................2.0................vs. Indiana State, 2013
PBUs...........................1.............................................Twice

Career Highs
Total Tackles........... 3........................................ Twice
Solo Tackles............ 3.......vs. Central Michigan, 2014
Tackles for Loss...... 2.0..... vs. Southern Illinois, 2014
Sacks....................... 2.0..... vs. Southern Illinois, 2014
PBUs...........................-......................................................

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan 1-0-1 0.0
0.0
Notre Dame
0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Southern Illinois 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
1-0-1 0.0 0.0

Misc.
-

2014 Notes:

Misc
-

Career Receiving Totals


Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
2013 5-0-5 1.0 0.0
2014 1-0-1 0.0 0.0
Totals 6-0-6
1-0 0.0

Misc
-

Career Highs
Total Tackles................2.......................vs. Ohio State, 2013
Solo Tackles.................2.......................vs. Ohio State, 2013
Tackles for Loss...........1.0..................... vs. Nebraska, 2013
Sacks..........................-......................................................
PBUs...........................-......................................................

37

#97
Michael
Rouse

#99
Ryan
Russell

Junior
Defensive Tackle
2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS
Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan 0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Notre Dame
0-0-0 0.0
0.0
Southern Illinois DNP
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
0-0-0 0.0 0.0

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Misc.
-

2014 Notes:

Career Receiving Totals


Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
2012 2-0-2 0.0 0.0
2013 7-0-7 1.0 0.0
2014 0-0-0 0.0 0.0
Totals 9-0-9
1.0 0.0

5th-Year
Defensive End

Opponent
U-A-T TFL Sacks
Western Michigan 2-2-4 0.0
0.0
Central Michigan 0-2-2 1.0
1.0
Notre Dame
3-2-5 0.0
0.0
Southern Illinois 1-2-3 0.0
0.0
Iowa
at Illinois
Michigan State
at Minnesota
at Nebraska
Wisconsin
Northwestern
at Indiana
Totals
7-7-14 1.0 1.0

Misc.
PBU
-

PBU

2014 Notes:

Misc
PBU
-

Career Receiving Totals


Year U-A-T TFL Sacks
Misc
2011
18-15-33
4.5
1.0
3 FF, 3 FR
2012
29-8-37
8.5
4.0
PBU, FR
2013 25-10-35 5.5 2.0
2014 7-7-14 1.0 1.0
PBU
Totals 79-40-119 19.5
9.0 2 PBU, 3 FF, 4 FR

Career Highs
Total Tackles................3.............................................Twice
Solo Tackles.................3.............................................Twice
Tackles for Loss...........1.0............................ vs. Iowa, 2013
Sacks..........................-......................................................
PBUs...........................1............................ at Indiana, 2013

Career Highs
Total Tackles................7.............. vs. Oklahoma State, 2012
Solo Tackles.................7.............. vs. Oklahoma State, 2012
Tackles for Loss...........2.5.................. at Notre Dame, 2012
Sacks..........................1.0.............................Multiple times
PBUs...........................1.............................................Twice

38

2014 Numerical Roster


No.
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
13
13
14
14
15
16
17
17
18
19
20
21
21
23
23
24
25
25
26
27
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Name
*** Akeem Hunt
Brandon Roberts
Jonathan Curry
DaWan Hunte
Carlos Carvajal
* Leroy Clark
Keith Byars II
*** Taylor Richards
* Danny Etling
Austin Logan
Miles Norwood
Dezwan Polk-Campbell
* Robert Gregory
* DeAngelo Yancey
Tim Cason
*** Raheem Mostert
** Anthony Brown
* Dan Monteroso
Matt Burke
*** Sean Robinson
David Blough
Antoine Miles
Austin Appleby
Gregory Phillips
Gelen Robinson
* RaZahn Howard
* Bilal Marshall
Trae Hart
Garrett Hudson
Kyle Marzec
** Charles Torwudzo
* Cameron Posey
Mathew Monserez
Johnny Thompson
Cedric Dale
** Dolapo Macarthy
Keyante Green
*** Antoine Lewis
*** Frankie Williams
*** Brandon Cottom
Phil Taylor
Ian MacDougall
Evan Feichter
D.J. Knox
David Yancey
* Jimmy Herman
** Thomas Meadows
Parker Flynn
Evan Pulliam
** Danny Anthrop
Sean Lydster
JaWhaun Bentley
Danny Ezechukwu
** Paul Griggs
*** Joe Gilliam
** Collin Link
Jacob Theineman
* Andy James Garcia
Jacob Anderson
*** Landon Feichter
Lane Beeler

Cl.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
R-Fr.
So.
So.
R.-Fr.
Sr.
So.
So.
R-Fr.
R-Fr.
So.
So.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
R-Fr.
5th
Fr.
R-Fr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
So.
Fr.
R-Fr.
Jr.
5th
So.
Fr.
R-Fr.
Fr.
5th
R-Fr.
5th
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
5th
So.
Fr.
R-Fr.
So.
Jr.
5th
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
R-Fr.
Jr.
5th
5th
Fr.
So.
R-Fr.
5th
Fr.

Pos.
RB
CB
RB
CB
TE
CB
RB
S
QB
S
WR
LB
S
WR
CB
RB
CB
WR
TE
LB
QB
DE
QB
WR
LB
DT
WR
WR
LB
S
TE
WR
QB
LB
WR
TE
RB
CB
S
RB
DB
K
S
RB
RB
LB
K
P
LB
WR
S
LB
LB
K
LB
LB
DB
LB
TE
S
RB

Ht.
5-10
5-11
6-2
5-9
6-5
5-10
5-10
5-10
6-2
6-0
6-0
6-3
6-1
6-2
5-11
5-11
511
6-3
6-6
6-3
6-1
6-3
6-5
6-0
6-1
6-3
6-2
5-10
6-2
5-9
6-4
6-1
6-5
6-3
5-9
6-5
5-9
5-10
5-9
6-4
5-11
6-1
6-0
5-7
5-10
6-4
6-0
6-0
6-2
6-0
6-0
6-2
6-2
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-0
6-0
6-5
6-0
5-10

Wt.
183
174
249
175
233
187
204
196
221
200
172
212
216
218
189
190
195
197
222
239
195
255
238
190
239
323
196
157
233
192
235
182
205
207
170
229
210
186
189
265
189
208
180
200
215
230
183
200
224
191
210
250
246
197
230
214
195
217
235
192
210

Hometown (High School/Previous College)


Covington, Ga. (Newton)
Naylor, Ga. (Lowndes)
Phenix City, Ala. (Central)
Miami, Fla. (Miami Central)
Hialeah, Fla. (Milford Academy)
Miami, Fla. (Archbishop Carroll)
Boca Raton, Fla. (Milford Academy/Boca)
Lake Mary, Fla. (Lake Mary)
Terre Haute, Ind. (South Vigo)
Tallahassee, Fla. (Florida)
Arlington, Texas (Grace Prep)
Columbus, Ohio (Whetstone)
Chicago, Ill. (Simeon)
Atlanta, Ga. (Mays)
Clarkston, Mich. (Clarkston)
New Smyrna Beach, Fla. (New Smyrna Beach)
Tampa, Fla. (Hillsborough)
Saint Clairsville, Ohio (Saint Clairsville)
West Palm Beach, Fla. (Cardinal Newman)
Springfield, Ill. (Rochester)
Carrolton, Texas (Creekview)
Canton, Ohio (McKinely)
North Canton, Ohio (North Canton Hoover)
Lithonia, Ga. (Arabia Mountain)
Schererville, Ind. (Lake Central)
Asbury Park, N.J. (Asbury Park)
Miami, Fla. (Dade Christian)
Mesquite, Texas (First Baptist Academy)
Tallahassee, Fla. (North Florida Christian)
Fort Wayne, Ind. (Leo)
Brownsburg, Ind. (Brownsburg)
Boca Raton, Fla. (American Heritage)
South Bend, Ind. (Saint Josephs)
Winder, Ga. (Apalachee)
Dallas, Texas (Hebron)
Merrillville, Ind. (Merrillville)
McDonough, Ga. (Eagles Landing Christian)
Chicago, Ill (Proviso East)
Tampa, Fla. (Robinson)
Newton, Pa. (Council Rock North)
Michigan City, Ind. (Michigan City)
Westfield, Ind. (Wabash College)
Fort Wayne, Ind. (Bishop Dwenger)
Fairburn, Ga. (Creekside)
Schererville, Ind. (Lake Central)
Carmel, Ind. (Carmel)
Maidens, Va. (Goochland)
Orange, Calif. (Arizona State)
Indianapolis, Ind. (Cathedral)
West Lafayette, Ind. (Central Catholic)
Los Altos Hills, Calif. (Henry M. Gunn)
Glenarden, Md. (DeMatha Catholic)
Lithona, Ga. (Arabian Mountain)
Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Latin)
Indianapolis, Ind. (Southport)
West Liberty, Ohio (West Liberty-Salem)
Noblesville, Ind. (Guerin Catholic)
Miami, Fla. (Hialeah)
Greenwood, Ind. (Whiteland)
Forth Wayne, Ind. (Bishop Dwenger)
Westpoint, Ind. (McCutcheon)

39

No. Name
46
Race Johnson
50
Keiwan Jones
50
*** Jesse Schmitt
51
John Strausser
51
Bearooz Yacoobi
52
Johnny Daniels
53
Kirk Barron
54
* Jack De Boef
54
* Jake Replogle
55
Ryan DeBusk
57
** Robert Kugler
59
Langston Newton
62
Wade Fisher
64
Dakota Jelinek
66
Cameron Cermin
67
Eric Swingler
69
John Bednar
70
* Jordan Roos
71
Corey Clements
72
* Jason King
73
J.J. Prince
74
Martesse Patterson
75
David Hedelin
76
Jason Tretter
77
Joey Warburg
78
Colton Bahamonde
80
Alex Egurbide
81
Keenan Schon
82
Alex Hilger
83
* B.J. Knauf
84
*** Justin Sinz
85
Jordan Jurasevich
86
*** Gabe Holmes
87
** Shane Mikesky
88
Cole Herdman
89
*** Jalani Phillips
90
Will Colmery
91
Conor Sweeney
92
** Ryan Watson
94
Grant Ellington
95
* Evan Panfil
97
** Michael Rouse III
98
Will Schott
99
*** Ryan Russell
* denotes letters earned.

Cl.
Pos.
Ht.
R-Fr.
S
5-11
Fr.
DT
6-2
5th
LS
6-3
R-Fr.
DE
6-2
Fr.
OL
6-5
R-Fr.
DT
6-3
Fr.
G-C
6-1
5th
OT
6-7
So.
DE
6-5
So.
DE
6-1
Jr.
C
6-3
So.
DE
6-3
Fr.
OL
6-3
Fr.
OL
6-3
So.
OL
6-5
Fr.
OL
6-5
So.
LS
6-2
So.
OG
6-4
Jr.
OL
6-8
So.
OG
6-4
So.
OT
6-6
Fr.
OL
6-3
Jr.
OT
6-4
R-Fr.
OT
6-6
So.
OL
6-5
Fr.
OL
6-5
Fr.
WR
6-6
R-Fr.
WR
5-10
Fr.
WR
6-2
So.
WR
5-10
5th
TE
6-4
R-Fr.
TE
6-3
5th
TE
6-5
Jr.
WR
6-4
Fr.
TE
6-4
Sr.
DE
6-4
Fr.
DE
6-5
Fr.
DE
6-4
Jr.
DT
6-2
Jr.
LS
6-0
So.
DE
6-5
Jr.
DT
6-4
So.
DE
6-3
5th
DE
6-5
Cl. denotes athletic eligibility.

Wt.
187
283
244
265
281
280
305
290
269
235
298
256
275
260
303
255
244
312
400
309
302
310
295
304
289
280
215
181
180
187
249
250
258
215
222
265
267
265
291
233
251
314
197
273

Hometown (High School/Previous College)


Carmel, Ind. (Carmel)
Ocala, Fla. (Dunnellon)
Louisville, Ky. (Trinity)
Champaign, Ill. (Saint Thomas More)
Dearborn, Mich. (Dearborn)
Chicago, Ill. (Foreman)
Mishawaka, Ind. (Marian)
Penn Furnace, Pa. (State College)
Centerville, Ohio (Centerville)
Atascadero, Calif. (Atascadero)
Pittsburgh, Pa. (North Allegheny)
Indianapolis, Ind. (Kentucky)
Fort Branch, Ind. (Gibson Southern)
Flushing, Mich. (Hill-McCloy)
College Station, Texas (A&M Consolidated)
Munster, Ind. (Munster)
Valparaiso, Ind. (Valparaiso)
Celina, Texas (Celina)
Birmingham, Ala. (Mesa CC)
Little Rock, Ark. (Pulaski Academy)
Southlake, Texas (Carroll Senior)
Columbus, Ohio (Marion-Franklin)
Stockholm, Sweden (City College of San Francisco)
Richfield, Ohio (Revere)
Louisville, Ky. (Trinity)
Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton)
Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Westlake)
Fort Wayne, Ind. (Bishop Dwenger)
Natick, Mass. (Natick)
Winter Have, Fla. (Santa Fe Catholic)
Edgar, Wis. (Edgar)
Crown Point, Ind. (Corwn Point)
Miramar, Fla. (Saint Thomas Aquinas)
Zionsville, Ind. (Zionsville)
Lessburg, Va. (Flint Hill)
Warner Robbins, Ga. (Houston County)
Western Spring, Ill. (Nazareth Academy)
Indianapolis, Ind. (Fork Union Military Academy)
Ellicott City, Md. (Our Lady of Good Counsel)
LaGrange, Ill (Drake)
New Lenox, Ill. (Lincoln Way Central)
Flossmoor, Ill. (Flossmoor)
Greenwood, Ind. (Roncalli)
Carrollton, Texas (Creekview)

Head Coach: Darrell Hazell


Assistant Coaches: Greg Hudson (Defensive Coordinator), John Shoop (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks), Jim Bridge (Offensive Line), Rubin
Carter (Defensive Line), Marcus Freeman (Linebackers), Taver Johnson (Defensive Backs), Gerad Parker (Tight Ends), Kevin Sherman (Wide
Receivers), Jafar Williams (Running Backs)
Offensive Graduate Assistant Coaches: John Nussman, Camden Wentz/ Defensive Graduate Assistants: Logan Link, Brian Mason
Supervisor of Football Operations: Casey Nuss

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