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					GAME #7 • Saturday, October 15 , 2011 • 3:30 p.m.
#9/8 DELAWARE “Blue Hens” (4-2, 2-1 CAA) vs. #rv MASSACHUSETTS “Minutemen” (3-2)
Newark, Del. • Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium (22,000) • Parents & Family Weekend • TCN TV / CSN-NE TV
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GAMEDAY MULTIMEDIA                                                                                                                                        HEAD COACHES
TELEVISION: Live on The Comcast Network (Mid-Atlantic
region) and on Comcast SportsNet - New England. Jon                                                                                                          DELAWARE
Gurevitch (play-by-play) and former Philadelphia Eagles                                                                                                      K.C. KEELER (Delaware ‘81)
player Kevin Reilly (color) will announce                                                                                                                    10th season at Delaware (78-44,
RADIO: Blue Hen Radio Network (WDSD 94.7 FM):                                                                                                                .639)...19th season overall (166-65-
Mike Corey (play-by-play), Glenn Frazer (analyst), Matt                                                                                                      1, .718)...44-33 (.571) in Colonial
Janus (sideline), Matt Ryan (engineer)                                                 GAME PREVIEW                                                          Athletic Association games...4-3 all-
Delaware Student Radio Network (WVUD 91.3                                                                                                                    time vs. Massachusetts (2-1 at
FM): Kevin Collins (play-by-play)                                     2011 RECORDS:                                                                          Delaware Stadium)...2-0 vs. UMass
LIVE WEBSTREAM/LIVE STATS: www.bluehens.com                           Delaware (4-2, 2-1 CAA) Massachusetts (3-2)                   head coach Kevin Morris...has led Delaware to three confer-
/teams/football/info/2011-schedule.html                                                                                             ence titles, four NCAA Tournament appearances (2003-2004-
                                                                      2010 RECORDS:                                                 2007-2010), a 2003 national championship, and national
MEDIA RELATION CONTACTS                                               Delaware (12-3 Overall, 6-2 CAA/tie, 1st Place) - NCAA        runner-up finishes in 2007 and 2009...owns record of 54-16
                                                                      Division I Football Championship Subdivision Runner-Up;       (.771) all-time at Delaware Stadium as a head coach...named
DELAWARE SPORTS INFORMATION
                                                                      Colonial Athletic Association Co-Champions                    the 2010 AFCA National Coach of the Year and Liberty Mutual
Scott Selheimer
                                                                      Massachusetts (6-5 Overall, 4-4 CAA/tie, 5th Place)           National Coach of the Year....three-time Maxwell Club Tri-State
O: 302-831-8007 C: 302-562-5129
                                                                                                                                    Coach of the Year....ranks No. 10 on active NCAA Division I
Email: selheime@udel.edu
                                                                      RANKINGS:                                                     Football Championship Subdivision coaching wins list.
Website: www.bluehens.com
Delaware Stadium Press Box: 302-831-6199                              Delaware - #9 in The Sports Network Media Top 25 Poll;
                                                                      #8 in FCS Coaches Top 25 Poll (Oct. 10)                                              MASSACHUSETTS
MASSACHUSETTS SPORTS INFORMATION                                      Massachusetts - Received votes in The Sports Network                                 KEVIN MORRIS (Williams ‘86)
John Sinnett                                                          Media Top 25 Poll and FCS Coaches Top 25 Poll                                        3rd season at Massachusetts (14-13,
O: 413-545-1744                                                                                                                                            .518) and eighth season overall (38-
Email: jsinnett@admin.umass.edu                                       STORY LINES:                                                                         45, .458)...0-2 all-time vs. Delaware
Website: www.umassathletics.com/sports/m-footbl/umas-                 • Both Delaware (4-2, 2-1 CAA) and Massahcusetts (3-2)                               and head coach K.C. Keeler...previous-
m-footbl-body.html                                                    are coming off home victories last weekend and each will be                          ly coached five seasons at Worcester
                                                                      looking to extend its winning streak to two games                                    Polytech Institute where he posted a
2011 DELAWARE SCHEDULE/RESULTS                                        • Delaware has won seven straight games at Delaware           record of 24-32 (.429) in 1993-98...has served as a college
           (4-2, 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association)                   Stadium (No. 4 active home win streak in NCAA Div. I FCS)     coach since 1986 with assistant stints at Albany (1986-87),
                                                                      and has won 14 of its last 15 games on its home turf since    WPI (1988-90), Union (1991-92), Stony Brook (1999),
SEPTEMBER                                                             Oct., 2009                                                    Northeastern (2000-03), and UMass (2004-08)...served as
3 at Navy ................................L 17-40 (CBS Sports TV)     • Massachusetts has lost two straight road games and three    offensive coordinator at UMass in 2004-08 on Don Brown.
10 West Chester (Band Day)..............................W 28-17       of its last four away from Amherst, Mass. since 2010
17 Delaware State (Route 1 Rivalry) ....................W 45-0        • The teams meet for the 32nd time on Saturday with the                DELAWARE-MASSACHUSETTS SERIES
24 *Old Dominion (Hall of Fame) ....W 27-17 (TCN/CSN TV)              Blue Hens holding a 25-6 advantage with two straight wins     • This week’s game marks the 32nd meeting between the two
OCTOBER                                                               • Delaware is 12-3 all-time vs. UMass at Delaware Stadium     schools with Delaware leading 25-6
1 at *Maine ..................................L 17-31 (WABI TV)       • Massachusetts is playing its final season as a member of    • Delaware has defeated UMass more than any other CAA
8 *William & Mary (9/9) ..............................W 21-0          the NCAA Division I FCS and will join the Mid-American        opponent and have more wins against the Minutemen all-time
15 *MASSACHUSETTS ......3:30 p.m. ((TCN/CSN-NE TV)                    Conference next year. The Minutemen are not eligible for      in UD history than any opponent except West Chester (46
22 at *Rhode Island ..................................12:30 p.m.      the CAA title this season and thus have no league record      wins) and Lehigh (30 wins)
29 at *Towson ......................................7 p.m. (TCN TV)   • The game will feature two of the league’s top running       • Delaware is 12-3 all-time in games at Delaware Stadium
NOVEMBER                                                              backs in Delaware’s Andrew Pierce and UMass’ Jonathan         with three wins the last four meetings
12 *Richmond          (HC/’71 Reunion)   ........3:30 p.m. (TCN TV)   Hernandez. Hernandez leads the CAA and is No. 7 in the        • Delaware won the first 14 meetings in the series before
19 at *Villanova      (PPL Park, Chester, Pa.) ..3:30 p.m. (TCN TV)   NCAA with 118.8 yards per game while Pierce is No. 3 in the   UMass posted a 17-3 win in 1990
                                                                      CAA and No. 20 in the NCAA with 105.3 yards rushing per
*=Colonial Athletic Association Games                                 game.
                                                                                                                                                              - more -
                                                                      2-2-2-2                                                                  Hens totalled 270 yards on the ground.
    THE SPORTS NETWORK                                                                                                                               No. 14/13 Massachusetts (6-4, 4-3 CAA) had a two-game
 MEDIA POLL - October 10, 2011                                        • In the last meeting, Delaware downed Massachusetts for the             win streak snapped despite putting up 27 points and 424 yards
                                                                      second straight time with a 45-27 last Nov. 13 in Amherst,               on a Delaware defense that entered the game ranked No. 1 in
1.    Georgia Southern (5-0) ..............4,090 (132)                Mass.                                                                    the nation in scoring defense at 8.1 points per game.
2.    Northern Iowa (4-1) ....................3,957 (24)              • UMass’ last win in the series was a 17-7 win in 2007 in                      UMass, which entered the game with the CAA’s top-rated
3.    Montana State (5-1) ......................3,679 (2)             Amherst, Mass. with its last win at Delaware Stadium a 35-7              offense at 401.6 yards per game, posted the highest point and
4.    North Dakota State (5-0)................3,661 (6)               win in 2005                                                              total yardage totals all season against the Blue Hens.
5.    Wofford (4-1) ................................3,502 (2)                                                                                        Delaware had allowed a previous high of 17 points vs.
6.    New Hampshire (4-1) ..........................3,331                               YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS                                   Rhode Island and William & Mary and a high of 350 yards to
7.    Appalachian State (3-2)........................2,954                                                                                     William & Mary. The Minutemen had surpassed the 350-yard
8.    Lehigh (5-1) ........................................2,728      1958 - *Delaware, 28-14              1993 - UMass, 43-29 at UM
                                                                                                                                               mark by the middle of the third quarter.
9.    DELAWARE (4-2) ..............................2,633              1959 - Delaware, 42-12               1994 - *Delaware, 52-14
10.   Sam Houston State (5-0) ......................2,628             1968 - *Delaware, 28-23              1997- Delaware, 40-9
                                                                                                                                                  2011 MASSACHUSETTS SCHEDULE & RESULTS
11.   Jacksonville State (4-1)........................2,393           1969 - Delaware, 33-21               1998- *Delaware, 33-30
12.   Maine (4-1) ........................................2,214       1980 - Delaware, 21-17               1999- *UMass, 26-19
                                                                                                                                               Sept. 1    at Holy Cross ..................................W 24-16
13.   James Madison (4-2)............................2,203            1981 - *Delaware, 38-15              2000- Delaware, 31-19
                                                                                                                                                    17    Rhode Island ..................................W 36-27
14.   Montana (4-2) ....................................1,978         1982 - Delaware, 14-13               2001- *Delaware 35-7
                                                                                                                                                    24    at Boston College..............................L 17-45
15.   South Dakota (4-2) ..............................1,666          1983 - *Delaware, 16-13              2002 - UMass, 17-7
                                                                                                                                               Oct. 1     at Old Dominion ..............................L 33-48
16.   William & Mary (3-3) ..........................1,361            1984 - *Delaware, 27-14              2003 - *Dela., 51-45 (3ot)
                                                                                                                                                     8    Central Connecticut State ................W 42-26
17.   Towson (4-1)........................................1,353       1985 - Delaware, 27-24               2004 - Delaware, 21-7
                                                                                                                                                    15    AT DELAWARE ............................3:30 p.m.
18.   Old Dominion (5-1)..............................1,316           1986 - Delaware, 41-13               2005 - *UMass 35-7
                                                                                                                                                    22    New Hampshire ..............................3:30 p.m.
19.   Tennessee Tech (4-1) ..............................898          1987 - *Delaware, 37-34              2007 - UMass 17-7
                                                                                                                                                          (at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.)
20.   Richmond (3-3) ......................................757        1988 - *Delaware, 10-7               2009 - *Delaware 43-27
                                                                                                                                                    29    at Richmond ........................................1 p.m.
21.   Indiana State (4-2) ................................726         1989 - Delaware, 21-14               2010 - Delaware 45-27
                                                                                                                                               Nov. 5     Villanova ........................................3:30 p.m.
22.   McNeese State (3-2)................................702          1990 - *UMass, 17-3
                                                                                                                                                    12    at Maine ......................................12:30 p.m.
23.   North Dakota (4-2) ................................460          1991 - Delaware, 27-7                *=at Delaware
                                                                                                                                                    19    *James Madison ..................................1 p.m.
24.   Alabama State (5-1)................................445          1992 - *Delaware, 33-13
25.   Jackson State (5-1) ................................306                                                                                    BLUE HEN TOUCHDOWN CLUB AWARD WINNERS
Among those also receiving votes: UMass                                                       LAST MEETING                                           Senior center Gino Gradkowski, senior defensive end
                                                                            #2 Delaware 45, #14 Massachusetts 27                               Michael Atunrase, junior linebacker Paul Worrilow, and
  FCS COACHES POLL - Oct. 10                                                AMHERST, Mass. (Nov. 13, 201) -- The University                    junior punter Rauley Zaragoza are the Blue Hen Touchdown
1.    Georgia Southern (26) ..........................698             of Delaware offense played the starring role as the Blue Hens            Club Most Valuable Players for the William & Mary game.
2.    Northern Iowa (2) ..................................666         piled up 510 yards of total offense and QB Pat Devlin threw                   The four players are scheduled to be honored at the
3.    Montana State........................................641        touchdown passes to four different receivers in a 45-27 victo-           weekly Blue Hen Touchdown Club Luncheon this Friday, Oct.
4.    Wofford ................................................610     ry over Massachusetts on a perfect autumn day at McGuirk                 14, at the Bob Carpenter Center.
5.    North Dakota State ................................604          Stadium.                                                                      Gradkowski earned the Offensive MVP award while
6.    New Hamshire........................................556               And not only did they cruise to their second straight vic-         Worrilow and Atunrase shared the Defensive MVP, and
7.    Appalachian State ..................................515         tory, the #2/1 ranked Blue Hens (9-1, 6-1 CAA) clinched at               Zaragoza was the Special Teams MVP winner.
8.    DELAWARE ..........................................470          least a share of the Colonial Athletic Association title - their first        Gradkowski anchored an offense that piled up 338 total
9.    Lehigh ..................................................447    since 2004 - as William & Mary dropped a 30-24 decision to               yards, including 214 on the ground.
10.   Jacksonville State ..................................419        James Madison Saturday.                                                       Worrilow and Atunrase spearheaded a defense that
11.   Montana ................................................394           Devlin completed 16 of 22 passes for 240 yards and                 shutout William & Mary for the first time since 1997 and held
12.   Sam Houston State ................................392           matched a career-high with four touchdowns, hitting Rob                  the Tribe to just 11 first downs and 210 total yards. Worrilow
13.   James Madison ......................................366         Jones, Andrew Pierce, Phillip Thaxton, and Colin                         posted a game-high 11 tackles while Atunrase made six stops.
14.   South Dakota ........................................307        Naugle on scoring tosses.                                                     Zaragoza bounced back from having his first punt of the
15.   William & Mary......................................293               The Hens got the job done on the ground as well as                 day blocked to average a season-best 44.8 yards per punt,
16.   Maine ..................................................224     David Hayes, playing his first game in over a month due to               including a 53-yarder.
17.   McNeese State........................................193        an ankle injury, enjoyed an impressive return as he rushed for
18.   North Dakota ........................................182        a career-high 107 yards, including a 61-yard touchdown burst
19.   Tennessee Tech ......................................172        up the middle in the third quarter.
                                                                            Pierce, the nation's leading freshman runner at the FCS
20.   Coastal Carolina ....................................140
21.   Indiana State..........................................118
                                                                      level, added 66 yards on the ground. Devlin also ran for a                                            - more -
                                                                      career-high 55 yards and Leon Jackson picked up 45 as the
22.   Old Dominion ........................................116
23.   Towson ....................................................96
24.   Jackson State ..........................................85                                                                THE DELAWARE FOOTBALL TRADITION
25.   Richmond ................................................82
                                                                                                                  6 National Titles (1948, 1963, 1971, 1972, 1979, 2003) •
CAA School Receiving Votes: Massachusetts                                                                  22 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 4 NCAA National Runner-Up Finishes •
( )=1st Place Votes                                                                                       20 Lambert Cups • 12 ECAC Team of the Years • 18 Conference Championships
                                                                     3-3-3-3                                                                             LAST TIME OUT FOR DELAWARE
                                          DELAWARE
                                                                                                                                                #13 Delaware 21, #9 William & Mary 0
                                         HEAD COACH                       WORRILOW HONORED BY CAA AS DEFENSIVE                                NEWARK, Del. (Oct. 8, 2011) -- No. 13 Delaware
                                         K.C. KEELER                                       PLAYER OF THE WEEK                           bounced back in a big way as the Blue Hens held No. 9 William
                                                                            Delaware earned its third Colonial Athletic Association     & Mary scoreless for the first time in 14 years and posted a rare
                                        Kurt Charles “K.C.”          Player of the Week Award Sunday as junior linebacker Paul          21-0 CAA shutout victory Saturday night at Delaware Stadium.
                                                Keeler               Worrilow was named the CAA Defensive Player of the Week.                 The Blue Hens (4-2, 2-1 CAA), who extended their home
                                         Born: July 26, 1959                The Wilmington, Del. native (Concord HS) was honored for    winning streak to seven games and won for the 14th time in
                                        Hometown: Emmaus,            the first time in his career as he led Delaware to a 21-0 victo-   the last 15 outings at Delaware Stadium, held the Tribe (3-3, 1-
                                                  Pa.                ry over William & Mary Saturday night at Delaware Stadium.         2 CAA) to just 11 first downs and 210 total yards for the game.
                                         Family: Wife, Janice;              He posted a team-high 11 tackles and spearheaded a                William & Mary, annually one of the league’s top offen-
                                         Daughter, Kate (22),        defense that held the Tribe without a point for the first time     sive teams, was shutout for the first time in 154 games since
                                           son Jackson (20)          since the 1997 season. Delaware limited the Tribe to just 11       Delaware knocked off the Tribe 14-0 during the 1997 season
                                        College: Delaware ’81,       first downs, 210 total yards, and a 1 for 13 mark on third down    at Delaware Stadium.
                                         Rowan ‘86 (Masters)         conversions.                                                             Delaware bounced back from a 31-17 loss at Maine the
                                                                            Earlier this season, junior QB Tim Donnelly was named       previous week, a game in which the Hens had a three-game
                                                                     the CAA Offensive Player of the Week vs. Old Dominion and          win streak snapped as the Hens allowed 477 total yards and
                                                                     sophomore safety Jake Giusti was the CAA Defensive Player          gave up numerous big plays to the Black Bears.
 YEAR BY YEAR COACHING RECORD                                        of the Week vs. Delaware State.                                          All-American RB Andrew Pierce led the Blue Hen offen-
                                                                            Joining Worrilow among the weekly CAA award winners         sive attack as he rushed 28 times for a season-high 143 yards
ROWAN COLLEGE
                                                                     were Richmond QB Aaron Corp (Offense), Massachusetts KR            and scored on a four-year burst early in the second quarter to
1993        11-2 NCAA III Runner-Up
                                                                     Jesse Julmiste (Special Teams), and Towson RB Terrance Ward        give the Hens a 14-0 lead. He went over the 100-yard mark for
                  New Jersey Athletic Conf. Champ.
                                                                     (Rookie).                                                          the fifth time in six games this season and for the 12th time in
1994         6-3
                                                                                                                                        21 career games at Delaware. Pierce also caught a game-high
1995      10-3-1 NCAA III Runner-Up/NJAC Champ.
                                                                          DELAWARE HOSTING BOOK DRIVE SATURDAY                          seven passes for 26 yards.
1996        10-3 NCAA III Runner-Up
                                                                           University of Delaware athletics is hosting a Children’s           QB Tim Donnelly, who had a rough outing last week vs.
1997        11-1 NCAA III Semifinals/NJAC Champ.
                                                                     Book Drive during this Saturday’s Parents and Family Weekend       Maine when he threw four interceptions, also rebounded well
1998        10-3 NCAA III Runner-Up
                                                                     matchup vs. Massachusetts from 1:30-3:30 p.m.                      for the Hens as he completed 16 of 24 passes for 124 yards
1999        12-2 NCAA III Runner-Up
                                                                           All Blue Hen football fans are urged to clean out your       and tossed scoring passes of 29 yards to senior Bobby Russo
2000         7-2
                                                                     library at home and bring your new or gently used children’s       in the first quarter and 11 yards to Nihja White in the fourth
2001        11-2 NCAA III Semifinals/NJAC Champ.
                                                                     books to this week’s game.                                         quarter to put the game away. For Russo, it was his first career
Totals: 88-21-1 .804 (9 seasons)
                                                                           Drop-off locations will be at both the east and west gate    touchdown. Donnelly engineered two scoring drives that went
                                                                     entrances to Delaware Stadium. Participants will each receive a    for 90 or more yards.
UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE
                                                                     FREE game ticket voucher to a future regular season football             Delaware’s defense posted its second shutout of the sea-
2002 6-6 4-5 (6th)
                                                                     game, men’s basketball contest, or women’s basketball game.        son and its second in league play in the last two season. The
2003 15-1 8-1 (1st) NCAA I-AA National Champion
                                                                           The book drive will benefit Success Won’t Wait Inc. of       Hens shutdown Delaware State 45-0 back on Sept. 17 of this
                     Atlantic 10 Champion
                                                                     Wilmington, Del. Success Won’t Wait was founded in 2002 and        season and downed league foe Towson 48-0 last November,
2004 9-4 7-1 (1st) NCAA I-AA Quart./A-10 Champ.
                                                                     is a not-for-profit literacy program.                              both at Delaware Stadium.
2005 6-5 3-5 (3rd)
                                                                           The organization has collected over 250,000 books from             Junior linebacker Paul Worrilow paced the Hens
2006 5-6 3-5 (4th)
                                                                     over dozens of book drives that have been held throughout the      defense with 11 tackles and Andrew Harrison and Travis
2007 11-4 5-3 (3rd) NCAA FCS Runner-Up
                                                                     Mid-Atlantic Region.                                               Hawkins each intercepted a pass. The Tribe did not have a
2008 4-8 2-6 (5th)
                                                                           Dare to Make a Difference!                                   drive go longer than 49 yards and none lasted longer than
2009 6-5 4-4 (4th)
2010 12-3 6-2 (1st) CAA Co-Champs
                     NCAA FCS Runner-Up
                                                                                                                                                                   - more -
2011         4-2 2-1
Totals 78-44 .639 (10 years) (44-33, .571CAA)
Overall 166-65-1 .718 (19 years)                                                                              DELAWARE FOOTBALL ON THE RADIO
                                                                             All University of Delaware football games, home and away, will once again be broadcast live on WDSD 94.7 FM and on
Active NCAA Division I FCS Coaching Win List                           the UD student station WVUD 91.3 FM. The 2011 season marks the 13th year of Delaware football’s association with Clear
 1. Bob Ford (Albany) ................................250-176-1        Channel Communications. WDSD, the only station with statewide coverage in Delaware, will once again serve as the flagship
 2. Jerry Moore (Appalachian State) ..........230-128-2                station for Blue Hen football with coverage throughout Delaware and parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
 3. Joe Taylor (Florida A&M) ........................225-88-4          Games can also be heard on the internet at www.wdsd.com. Play by play announcer and WDSD Sports Director Mike Corey
 4. Al Bagnoli (Penn) ......................................224-73     will return for his 12th consecutive year on the air. Also part of the on-air broadcast team will be color commentator Glenn
                                                                                                                     Frazer, sideline reporter Matt Janus, and pre-game show cohost Kevin Tresolini
 5. Andy Talley (Villanova) ........................217-130-2
                                                                                                                     from the Wilmington News Journal. Corey will once again serve as co-host of
 6. Jimmye Laycock (Wm. & Mary) ............211-148-2
                                                                                                                     the hour-long K.C. Keeler Show each Wednesday during the season beginning
 7. Rob Ash (Montana State) ......................210-117-5                                                          Aug. 31 at 7 p.m. The broadcast will be live at Klondike Kate’s Restaurant in
 8. Walt Hameline (Wagner) ......................201-120-2                                                           Newark and will also be available on the web. WVUD 91.3 will also broadcast
 9. Mike Ayers (Wofford) ..........................170-129-2                                                         all Delaware games in 2011 with Kevin Collins calling the action. Games can
10. K.C. Keeler (Delaware) ....................166-65-1                                                              also be heard on the internet at www.wvud.org.
                                                                               4-4-4-4                                                                   Delaware has posted an impressive record of 54-16
     K.C. KEELER CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                                                 (.771) in 10 seasons under K.C. Keeler at Delaware
                                                                                4:08. William & Mary had only five drives go past midfield         Stadium - among the top marks at any division.
• Three-year standout linebacker at UD...led Blue Hens to
                                                                               and never got closer than the Delaware 17-yard line.                      The Blue Hens are currently riding a seven-game win-
NCAA II national title in 1979 and national runner-up finish in
                                                                                     William & Mary’s Michael Paulus got the start for the         ning streak at home, a skein that includes NCAA playoff wins
1978...three-year mark of 32-7 under Hall of Fame coach
                                                                               Tribe, filling in for starter Michael Graham, who missed the        over Lehigh, New Hampshire, and Georgia Southern last sea-
Tubby Raymond...six career interceptions
                                                                               game with an illness.                                               son and victories over West Chester, Delaware State, Old
• Led Rowan to seven trips to NCAA Division III playoffs in
                                                                                     Paulus completed just 10 of 24 passes for 84 yards and        Dominion, and William & Mary this season.
nine seasons...team advanced to championship game five
                                                                               two interceptions before being relieved by Brent Caprio, who              The streak is the fourth longest current home winning
times...team won four conference titles...two-time N.J. Athletic
                                                                               was 5 of 8 for 50 yards.                                            streak in NCAA Division I FCS, trailing only Jacksonville (11),
Conference Coach of the Year (1995, 1997)
                                                                                     William & Mary senior RB Jonathan Grimes, who shared          South Alabama (9), and Western Illinois (8), and tied with
• Has led Delaware to four NCAA I-AA (now FCS) playoff
                                                                               CAA Pre-Season Player of the Year honors with Pierce, was           Drake (7) and and North Dakota State (7).
appearances in nine seasons, including leading 2003 team to
                                                                               held to just 47 yards rushing on 15 carries.                              The last loss here in Newark for the Hens was a 28-21
NCAA I-AA national title with a 15-1 record...2007 team went
                                                                                                                                                   overtime setback to Villanova last Nov. 20 which snapped a
11-4 and advanced to the FCS national championship
                                                                                        LAST TIME OUT FOR MASSACHUSETTS                            seven-game win streak, the team’s longest since a nine-game
game...2010 team advanced to FCS national championshp
                                                                                      Massachusetts 42, Central Connecticut 26                     streak in 2004-05.
game...team won conference titles in 2003, 2004,
                                                                                     AMHERST, Mass. (Oct. 8) -- UMass scored 14 unan-                    In addition, the Hens have won 14 of their last 15 home
2010...2003, 2007, 2010 Maxwell Club Tri-State Coach of the
                                                                               swered points in the fourth quarter to seal a 42-26 win over        games since a 20-8 setback to James Madison on Oct. 31,
Year...signed 10-year contract extension in June, 2007 that
                                                                               Central Connecticut State Saturday at McGuirk Stadium.              2009.
keeps him at UD through the 2017 season.
                                                                                     Wide receiver Jesse Julmiste started the fourth quarter             Of Keeler’s 16 home losses, seven have come by six
• Earned AFCA and Liberty Mutual (community services)
                                                                               scoring with a 90-yard kickoff return. Safety Darren Thellen        points or less or in overtime. The Hens have scored more than
National Coach of the Year following the 2010 season
                                                                               returned the second of his career high two interceptions for        20 points in all but nine of those 70 games.
• 72-16 (.818) all-time at Delaware Stadium as player
                                                                               85-yards and the score.                                                   Delaware has also won 25 of its last 32 home games
and coach, including 54-16 (.771) as a head coach
                                                                                     In his second start of the season QB Brandon Hill went        and is 282-87-4 (.767) in 60 seasons all-time at Delaware
• 32-10 (.762) in NCAA playoff action, including an 11-0
                                                                               10-18 for 169-yards and a score.                                    Stadium, including a mark of 20-5 with eighth straight wins
mark in his team’s first round games
                                                                                     Tailback Jonathan Hernandez led the UMass ground              in the post-season.
• One of five current CAA head coaches who are serving
                                                                               attack with 20 rushes good for 87-yards and two touchdowns.
as head coach of their alma mater, joining Jimmye
                                                                               The Minutemen (3-2) got on the board first capping off an                Longest Current Home Win Streaks (FCS)
Laycock (William and Mary), Jack Cosgrove (Maine), Sean
                                                                               11-play 69-yard drive by scoring on a 20-yard field goal by              1. Jackonsville           10
McDonnell (UNH), Rob Ambrose (Towson)
                                                                               Brendon Levengood.                                                       2. South Alabama          9
  K.C. KEELER BY THE NUMBERS AT UD                                                   The Blue Devils answered on their first drive scoring on           3. Western Illinois       8
                                                                               a 1-yard run by quarterback Gunnar Jespersen.                            4. Delaware               7
Overall Record ..........................................78-44 (.639)
                                                                                     UMass went on a 19-6 scoring run from the end of the                  Drake                  7
Conference Record ....................................44-33 (.571)
Non-League Record ..................................34-11 (.755)               first quarter all the way to half. Hernandez started the scor-              North Dakota State     7
vs. NCAA I FBS Opponents ..........................2-4 (.333)                  ing with a 2-yard run with 1:23 left in the first. The scoring           7. Old Dominion           6
vs. NCAA I FCS Opponents ......................66-40 (.622)                    continued at the start of the second quarter when CCSU                   8. Illinois State         5
vs. NCAA II Opponents ............................10-0 (1.000)                 punter Steve Calitri kicked a bad snap out the back of the                  Yale                   5
vs. CAA (non-league) ....................................2-2 (.500)            endzone for a UMass safety.                                                 Georgia Southern       5
vs. Gateway/Missouri Valley Conf. ........5-0 (1.000)                                The Minutemen kept the momentum scoring on a 58-
vs. Southern Conference................................4-3 (.571)              yard reception by tight end Emil Igwenagu. The score was the
vs. Patriot League. ......................................5-0 (1.000)          longest of the redshirt senior's career. He finished the game                 BLUE HENS TOUGH IN LEAGUE PLAY
vs. Northeast Conference. ............................3-1 (.750)
                                                                               with 4 receptions for 99-yards.                                           Delaware has enjoyed great success in conference play
vs. Mid-Eastern Athletic Conf. ..................3-0 (1.000)
vs. Big Sky ......................................................0-1 (.000)         The scoring in the first half finished with a 35-yard field   since joining the Yankee Conference (now CAA) back in 1986.
vs. Top 25 Opp. (FCS)..................28-19 (19-7 at home)                    goal by Levengood, and a 12-yard rush by CCSU's Chris               The Hens, who have won outright or shared nine league titles
vs. Top 10 Opp. (FCS) ................17-12 (10-5 at home)                     Tolbert.                                                            during that time, own the best record in league play among
Record at Delaware Stadium....................54-16 (.771)                           Out of the half UMass struck first scoring on a 27-yard       all current CAA teams, posting a record of 133-71, good for
Record on Road/Neutral ..........................24-28 (.461)                  touchdown by Hernandez, his second of the day, making it            a 65.2 winning percentage.
NCAA Tournament Games ..........................11-3 (.786)                    28-13 Minutemen.                                                          Since K.C. Keeler took over as head coach of the Blue
Night Games................................................29-10 (.743)              Central Connecticut answered with a 1-yard rush by            Hens in 2002, Delaware has won 57 percent of its league
Day Games ................................................49-34 (.590)         Jespersen, his second of the game. Then scored again on a 4-        games and captured three league crowns. Delaware is 6-4 in
Overtime Games ............................................3-4 (.428)
                                                                               yard reception by Raul DeBenedittis, making it 28-26 UMass.         CAA openers under Keeler.
In August / September ......2-1 (.667) / 28-10 (.737)
In October ..................................................23-15 (.605)      The Blue Devils failed on the 2-point conversion proving to be
In November................................................17-15 (.531)        the deciding factor in the game.                                                 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
In December ..................................................8-2 (.800)                                                                                  MAKES HISTORY WITH 8 TOP 25 TEAMS
In January........................................................0-1 (.000)                      HOME SWEET HOME                                        The Colonial Athletic Association made a little history
Less or = Turnovers Than Opponent ......53-12 (.815)                                 Delaware boasts one of the top home-field advantages          last week as eight members of the league appeared in The
Delaware Scores First................................61-14 (.813)              in all of college football. Not only do Blue Hen fans pack          Sports Network Top 25 media poll.
Leading or tied at Halftime ......................72-17 (.809)                 Delaware Stadium each week - helping UD become the only                   That impressive feat marks the first time that ANY con-
Trailing at Halftime ....................................6-27 (.182)           NCAA FCS team in the nation to average 20,000 or more fans          ference has placed eight of its members into the Top 25.
Leading or tied Heading Into 4th Q ........68-15 (.819)
                                                                               per regular season home game each of the last 12 seasons -
Gaining More or = Yards than Opp. ......67-15 (.817)
                                                                               they see consistently winning football.                                                       - more -
5-5-5-5                                                            Houston State, and San Diego.
                                                                                                                                     2011 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
     Not only did eight CAA teams get listed in the Top 25,                              KICKOFF BATTLE                                     FOOTBALL STANDINGS (OCT. 14)
Massachusetts and Rhode Island also received votes. That                 An interesting part of this week’s Delaware vs.
means 11 of the 12 CAA teams - all but Villanova - received        Massachusetts battle will be the Hens’ kickoff coverage.
national notice.                                                         The Blue Hens were ranked No. 1 in the nation in kick-
                                                                                                                                                                CAA Overall
     History was repeated again this week as the same eight        off coverage prior to the William & Mary game but still rank      TEAM                      W L W L Post-Season
teams remained ranked in the Top 25.                               No. 5 in the nation this week, allowing opponents an average      #6 New Hampshire ..2            0   4   1   at Wm. & Mary
     The Sports Network Poll this week features No. 6 New          of just 16.5 yards per return. Delaware has not allowed a         #19 Maine................2      0   4   1   Rhode Island
Hampshire, No. 9 Delaware, No. 12 Maine, No. 13 James              return longer than 44 yards this season.                          #13 DELAWARE ....2              1   4   2   UMass
Madison, No. 16 William & Mary, No. 17 Towson, No. 18 Old                Massachusetts will counter with one of the nation’s top     #7 James Madison ....2          1   4   2   Villanova
Dominion, and No. 20 Richmond. Massaschusetts also earned          kick returners in Jesse Julmiste, who ranks third in the nation   #25 Towson ..............2      1   4   1   at Old Dominion
votes and ranks No. 30 overall.                                    in kickoffs, averaging 32.9 yards per return, including a 90-     #21 Old Dominion ....2          1   5   1   Towson
     Villanova and Rhode Island did not receive votes.             yard return for a touchdown last week vs. Central Connecticut     #9 Wm. & Mary........1          2   3   3   New Hampshire
                                                                   State.                                                            Rhode Island ............0      2   1   4   at Maine
       HENS ARE ONLY FCS PROGRAM TO POST                                 As a team, UMass ranks No. 12 in the nation and No. 2       #14 Richmond ..........0        3   3   3   Idle
                 TWO SHUTOUTS IN 2011                              in the CAA in team kickoff return average with a mark of 24.7     Villanova ..................0   3   1   5   at JMU
      The University of Delaware defense, which led all NCAA       yards per return.                                                 Massachusetts ......0           0   3   2   at Delaware
Division I Football Championship Subdivision teams in scoring
defense a year ago (12.1 points per game) on the way to the                        DRIVE FOR FIVE - PART II                          Last Week’s Results: Delaware 21, William &
national championship game, is at it again.                              Delaware brings a record of 4-2 into this week’s game vs.   Mary 0; Massachusetts 42, Central Connecticut 26;
      This year’s Blue Hen unit posted its second shutout of the   Massachusetts.                                                    New Hampshire 47, Villanova 17; Old Dominion 31, Rhode
young season Saturday as the crew held William & Mary to                 Should the Blue Hens pick up a win this week, they would    Island 23; Maine 25, James Madison 24 (OT); Towson 31,
just 11 first downs and 210 total yards in a 21-0 blanking at      reach the five-win mark for the third straight season and for     Richmond 28
Delaware Stadium.                                                  the 25th time in 27 seasons since 1985.
      William & Mary was shutout for the first time in 154               Delaware football has enjoyed remarkable success over               COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
games since the 1997 season - also against Delaware.               the years, including winning six national titles. But even more                 MEDIA TELECONFERENCE
      The Hens also shutout Delaware State 45-0 back on Sept.      so, the Hens have been consistent.                                     The Colonial Athletic Association will hold its week-
17 at Delaware Stadium.                                                  Delaware has a milestone that few teams in college foot-    ly coaches teleconference each Monday throughout the
      Delaware, which now ranks No. 7 in the FCS in scoring        ball can match as the Hens have won at least four games
                                                                                                                                     season beginning at 10 a.m. The first teleconference is
defense at 17.5 points per game, is the only team in the FCS       every season since 1968.
that has posted two shutouts so far this season and one of only          Every team in the CAA (other than Old Dominion, which
                                                                                                                                     scheduled for Aug. 29. Contact Scott Selheimer or CAA
two NCAA Division I teams to turn the trick.                       resumed football 2009) has won fewer than four games in a         Football Media Director Scott Meyer (804-754-1616)
      Alabama has also posted two shutouts this seasons,           season at least once since 1995.                                  for numbers and access codes. A complete transcript of
blanking North Texas State 41-0 and Vanderbilt 34-0 earlier                                                                          the teleconference is available on the CAA we site
this season.                                                           DELAWARE SCORING STREAK REACHES 192...                        Monday afternoon at www.caasports.com.
      Delaware, which also posted two shutouts during the                                 AND COUNTING
2010 season, have not posted three shutouts in the same sea-             Delaware extended its streak of scoring a point to 192      Below is this year’s weekly schedule
son since the 2000 campaign when the Hens blanked three of         straight games in 21-0 win over William & Mary Saturday.          10:00 a.m. - CAA Football Update
their first opponents as part of a 12-2 campaign that saw                 Delaware has not been shutout in any game since falling
                                                                                                                                     10:10 a.m. - Jack Cosgrove (Maine)
Delaware advance to the NCAA semifinals for head coach             at Villanova 27-0 back on Sept. 14, 1996 and have not been
Tubby Raymond.                                                     held off the scoreboard at home a Delaware Stadium since
                                                                                                                                     10:20 a.m. - Sean McDonnell (New Hampshire)
                                                                   suffering a 24-0 setback to Holy Cross way back on Nov. 12,       10:30 a.m. - Kevin Morris (Massachusetts)
    BLUE HENS STILL TERRORS ON THIRD DOWN                          1983 (a streak of 188 straight games).                            10:40 a.m. - Joe Trainer (Rhode Island)
     Delaware has been impressive on both sides of the ball              The current scoring streak breaks the previous UD record    10:50 a.m. - Andy Talley (Villanova)
on third down situations this season.                              of consecutive game scoring a point of 154 set in 1983-98.        11:00 a.m. - Jimmye Laycock (Wm. & Mary)
     The Blue Hens, who held William & Mary to a palty 1 of        Delaware’s streak of consecutive road games scoring a point       11:10 a.m. - Rob Ambrose (Towson)
13 success rate on third down in Saturday’s 21-0 victory at        now stands at 86 games.                                           11:20 a.m. - Mickey Matthews (James Madison)
Delaware Stadium, enter this week ranked No. 1 in the nation             During the streak, the Hens have scored 30 or more          11:30 a.m. - Wayne Lineburg (Richmond)
in the FCS in third down defense percentage, allowing oppo-        points 83 times (39 percent of the time).
                                                                                                                                     11:40 a.m. - K.C. Keeler (Delaware)
nents to succeed just 21.3 percent of the time (16 of 75).               The current streak ranks No. 2 among Colonial Athletic
     Over the last five games, Delaware opponents have con-        Association teams, trailing only this week’s opponent -
                                                                                                                                     11:50 a.m. - Bobby Wilder (Old Dominion)
verted on third down just 9 times in 62 attempts (14.5 per-        Massachusetts - at 193.
cent).                                                                   Below are the current scoring streaks for all 11 CAA
     On the flipside, Delaware’s offense has been successful       teams.
on third down 42 times in 91 attempts, this season, a success            1. Massachusetts - 193; 2. Delaware - 192; 3.
rate of 41.5 that ranks No. 16 in the FCS. The Hens were 9 of      New Hampshire - 191; 4. Villanova - 88; 5. Rhode Island - 29;
16 vs. William & Mary.                                             6. Old Dominion - 28; 7. James Madison - 22; 8. Maine - 15;
     The Hens are one of just eight teams in FCS who rank in       9. Richmond - 12; 10. Towson - 7; 11. William & Mary - 0
the Top 20 in both categories, joining Tennessee-Martin,
Jackson State, Montana State, Duquesne, Northern Iowa, Sam                                   - more -
                                                                    6-6-6-6                                                                  Delaware dropped to No. 28 in strength of schedule this
   STATISTICAL LEADERS                                                                                                                 week after ranking in the top five the first five weeks of the
                                                                                    ANDREW PIERCE POSTINGS                             season.
                            DELAWARE                                      There has been no sophomore slump for star University of           Heading into this week’s game vs. Massachusetts,
                                                                    Delaware running back Andrew Pierce in the early going of          Delaware’s opponents have a cumulative winning pct. of .500.
PASSING          Comp. Att. Yards                   TD Int. Lg
                                                                    the 2011 season.                                                         Rhode Island ranks No. 1 in the nation for toughest sched-
Tim Donnelly ....107     159 1045                    8 6 59
                                                                          Pierce was hampered by a knee injury in the 27-17 win        ule with a mark of .634 and is followed in the top five by
Trevor Sasek..........9   20   82                    0 0 20
                                                                    over Old Dominion Sept., carrying 14 times for a career-low 21     Villanova (.627), Western Carolina (.622), Chattanooga
Rob Jones..............1   1    1                    0 0 1
                                                                    yards. He missed the final quarter due to the injury. His previ-   (.595), and Lafayette (.588).
                                                                    ous career low was 55 yards vs. James Madison and William &              This week’s opponent Massachusetts ranks No. 30 (.490).
RUSHING              Att.            Yds.    Avg. TD         Long
                                                                    Mary last season.                                                        Below is Delaware’s final ranking each of the last four
Andrew Pierce ......126              632     5.0   8           44
                                                                          But Pierce returned to action vs. Maine and was impres-      seasons in terms of toughest schedule.
David Hayes ..........58             277     4.8   0           21
                                                                    sive again, rushing 24 times for 120 yards and a 13-yard                 2010 - 2nd
Walter Davis ..........20            109     5.4   0           27
                                                                    touchdown that put the Hens ahead 17-14 late in the third                2009 - 3rd
Trevor Sasek ............5            45     9.0   1           21
                                                                    quarter.                                                                 2008 - 3rd
                                                                          He was even better this past week in the 21-0 win over             2007 - 2nd
RECEIVING            Rec.           Yds.    Avg.     TD      Long
                                                                    William & Mary, carrying 28 times for a season-high 143 yards
Andrew Pierce ........30            142       4.7     0       11
                                                                    and one touchdown. He also caught seven passes for 26 yards.                                 NICE START
Nihja White............25           327      13.1     3       59
                                                                          Pierce, the 2010 Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of           Delaware is off to a 4-2 start and enters this week’s
Bobby Russo ..........17            152       8.9     1       29
                                                                    the Year and this year’s CAA pre-season Co-Player of the Year,     Colonial Athletic Association matchup with Massachusetts with a
Rob Jones ..............14          186      13.3     1       32
                                                                    has already rushed for 632 yards and eight touchdowns in just      2-01 league mark.
Mark Schenauer ....12               145      12.1     1       28
                                                                    six games, surpassing the 100-yard mark five times. His streak           Should the Hens knock off Massachusetts this week,
                                                                    of five straight 100-yard games, one shy of the UD record of       Delaware would be off to a 5-2 or better start for the third
KICK/PUNT            XP-A            FG-A Lg. Punt Avg. Lg
                                                                    six straight, was snapped vs. ODU on Sept. 24.                     straight year (7-0 last year and 5-2 in 2009) and for the sixth
Sean Baner..........18-18            7-11 47     -    - -
                                                                          Pierce currently ranks No. 3 in the CAA and 20th nation-     time in 10 seasons under head coach K.C. Keeler.
Rauley Zaragoza ........-               - - 25 39.9 60
                                                                    ally in rushing (105.3 yards per game) and ranks No. 5 in the
                                                                    league and No. 30 nationally in scoring at 8.0 points per             NIHJA WHITE JOINS 100-YARD RECEPTION CLUB
DEFENSE        TT (Solo)             TFL    Sack     Int.     PD
                                                                    game.                                                                    University of Delaware junior wide receiver Nihja White
Paul Worrilow ......60 (31)          7-15    0-0        0      1
                                                                          He ran for 106 yards and three touchdowns in the win         has been impressive over the last three games, bouncing back
Andrew Harrison ..46 (18)             1-3    0-0        1      1
                                                                    over Delaware State Sept. 17 and became the first sophomore        from a hand injury that kept him out of the West Chester game
Marcus Burley......28 (17)            0-0    0-0        2      4
                                                                    in school history to surpass the 2,000-yard mark, upping his       Sept. 10 to put up some big numbers.
M. Atunrase ........26 (15)           3-8    1-4        0      0
                                                                    total to 2,003 yards on a third quarter touchdown run.                   White, who led the team in receiving a year ago when he
Tim Breaker ........26 (14)           2-2    0-0        0      2
                                                                          In just two seasons, the All-American already ranks No. 2    hauled in 60 passes for 752 yards and six touchdowns, caught
                                                                    among active NCAA Division I Football Championship                 seven passes for 122 yards and a touchdown vs. Delaware
                     MASSACHUSETTS                                  Subdivision players in rushing yards per game (108.9), No. 8       State on Sept. 17 and snared seven passes for 117 yards and
PASSING          Comp. Att.                 Yds. TD Int. Lg         in rushing yards (2,287), No. 10 in carries (455), and No. 11      a touchdown to go with a two-point conversion catch vs. Old
Kellen Pagel..........74 125                803 6    6 55           in touchdowns (22)                                                 Dominion on Sept. 24.
Brandon Hill ........22   36                298 2    0 58                 With 2,287 career yards, Pierce already ranks No. 10 all-          Against Maine on Oct. 1, White pulled down seven passes
                                                                    time at Delaware in that category.                                 for 52 yards - giving him three straight games with seven
RUSHING               Att.          Yds.    Avg. TD          Long                                                                      receptions each. He caught two passes for 20 yards, including
Jon. Hernandez....128                594     4.6   6           24       Below is a list of Delaware’s all-time leading                 an 11-yard touchdown catch, vs. William & Mary this past
Julian Talley ............3           88    29.3   0           69   rushers with the amount of yards Pierce trails.                    Saturday.
Jordan Broadnax ..12                  59     4.9   0           18                                                                            The Wayne, Pa. native ranks No. 2 on the team in recep-
                                                                         1. Daryl Brown (1991-94)          4,587   (2,300)             tions with 25 catches for a team-high 327 yards (13.1 avg.)
RECEIVING            Rec.           Yds.    Avg.     TD      Long        2. Omar Cuff (2004-07)            4,364   (2,077)             and three touchdowns with a long gain of 59 yards. He ranks
Emil Igwenagu ......23               261     11.3     2       58         3. Chuck Hall (1968-70)           3,157   (870)               No. 4 in the CAA and in the top 60 nationally in both recep-
Julian Talley ..........22           260     11.8     3       42         4. Vern Roberts (1972-74)         2,760   (473)               tions per game and receiving yards per game.
Tom Gilson ............13            166     12.8     0       29         5. Nate Beasley (1973-75)         2,697   (410)                     White has now caught at least one pass in 28 straight
Jesse Julmiste ........12            141     11.8     2       20         6. Bill Vergantino (1989-92)      2,564   (277)               games in which he has played. The streak is the third longest in
Jon. Hernandez......12               140     11.7     0       25         7. Gardy Kahoe (1969-71)          2,374   (87)                UD history, matching the 28 straight by current UD tight ends
                                                                         8. Bill Armstrong (1969-71)       2,340   (53)                coach David Boler. The No. 2 spot is held by Mark Duncan, who
KICK/PUNT XP-A                      FG-A Lg. Punt Avg. Lg                9. Andrew Pierce (2010- )         2,287                       put together a streak of 35 games in 2007-09. The UD record
Bran. Levengood..15-18                5-6 38   -     - -                 10. Norman Coleman (1993-96)      2,215                       is 38 by Eddie Conti in 1996-98.
Jeff Strait ....................-       - - 17 36.8 61                                                                                       White has gone over the 1,000-yard receiving mark for
Raymond Pendegast ....-                 - -    7 36.0 44                  HENS HAVE ONE OF NATION’S TOUGHEST                           his career with 1,317 (No. 16 all-time at UD) and his 106
                                                                                       SCHEDULES YET AGAIN                             career receptions ranks him No. 13 all-time at Delaware.
DEFENSE          TT (Solo) TFL               Sack     Int.    PD         Year in and year out, the University of Delaware football
Tyler Holmes........54 (23) 3-13              1-8       0      0    squad always has one of the toughest rated scheduled in the
Perry McIntyre ....47 (14) 2-7                0-0       0      1    nation at the NCAA Division I Football Championship
Chad Hunte............27 (6) 1-4              0-0       0      0    Subdivision level.
Darren Thellen ....25 (12) 0-0                0-0       2      1                                                                                                  - more -
7-7-7-7                                                                  • Junior RB David Hayes rushed for 51 yards on 10
                                                                   carries vs. West Chester and reached the 1,000-yard mark for          NCAA/CAA STATISTICAL RANKINGS
   DONNELLY’S 3-0 START AMONG BEST EVER FOR                        his career on his first carry of the night. He now has 1,214
                                                                                                                                       DELAWARE / NCAA Div. I FCS Rank / CAA Rank
                 DELAWARE QUARTERBACKS                             career yards and is the 55th player in UD history to reach the
                                                                                                                                       Rushing Offense ............................173.3 / 36th / 4th
      Rich Gannon didn’t do it and neither did Jeff Komlo,         1,000-yard mark.
                                                                                                                                       Passing Offense ..........................191.7 / 72nd / 7th
Scott Brunner, Andy Hall, Sonny Riccio, Joe Flacco, and
                                                                                                                                       Passing Efficiency ......................125.98 / 66th / 8th
Pat Devlin.                                                                BLUE HENS GETTING THEIR KICKS FROM
                                                                                                                                       Total Offense ..................................365.0 / 59th / 6th
      But Tim Donnelly has.                                                          FIRST-YEAR SPECIALISTS
                                                                                                                                       Scoring Offense ..............................25.8 / 58th / 7th
      Since 1975, only four University of Delaware quarter-              The Blue Hen kicking game has been solid this season          Sacks Allowed ................................1.2 / 22nd / 1st
backs have been victorious in their first three starts and none    behind a pair of first-year regulars in sophomore kicker Sean       Rushing Defense ..........................143.0 / 49th / 5th
of them are named Gannon, Komlo, Brunner, Hall, Flacco, or         Baner and junior punter Rauley Zaragoza.                            Passing Efficiency Defense ..........101.68 / 8th / 2nd
Devlin.                                                                  Although he handled only kickoff chores last season as a      Passing Defense ..........................178.5 / 28th / 3rd
      But Donnelly has already accomplished a feat that those      true freshman, Baner added placements duties to his repertoire      Total Defense ................................321.5 / 29th / 3rd
six NFL players were unable to accomplish.                         this fall after beating out second team All-CAA selection Mike      Scoring Defense ................................17.5 / 7th / 2nd
      Donnelly joined a short list that includes Rick Scully (3-   Perry for those duties.                                             Sacks By . ..................................... .67 / 117th / 11th
0 start in 1980), Bill Vergantino (3-0 in 1989), and Dale                Baner has been impressive, converting all 18 of his extra     Net Punting ....................................37.9 / 19th / 4th
Fry (5-0 in 1991 and 1993) among Blue Hen quarterbacks             point attempts and hitting 7 of his 11 field goal attempts. He      Punt Returns .................................... 9.8 / 54th / 8th
who have won their first three starts.                             ranks second on the team in scoring with 39 points and is No.       Kickoff Returns ..............................20.1 / 76th / 9th
      Since taking over the starting quarterback spot from         34 nationally in field goals per game (1.17)                        Turnover Margin ............................+ .50 / 33rd / 4th
Trevor Sasek, Donnelly has been solid.                                   He enjoyed his biggest game vs. Old Dominion on Sept.
                                                                                                                                       INDIVIDUALS (NCAA TOP 50/CAA TOP 5)
      A former walk-on, Donnelly is now 4-1 as a starter, hav-     24 when he tied a school record with four field goals on a
                                                                                                                                       Rushing ................Andrew Pierce / 105.3 / 20th / 3rd
ing led the Hens to wins of 28-17 over West Chester, 45-0 over     school-record six attempts. He converted kicks from 40, 39,
                                                                                                                                       Passing Effic.........Tim Donnelly / 131.56 / 52nd / 5th
Delaware State, and 27-17 over Old Dominion before falling         20, and 43 yards on the day with his final 43-yard boot with
                                                                                                                                       Receptions ....................Nihja White / 5.0 / 53rd / 4th
for the first time on Oct. 1 vs. Maine. He rebounded last week,    42 seconds left icing the win.
                                                                                                                                        ..................................Andrew Pierce/ /5.0 / 53rd / 4th
leading the Hens to a 21-0 win over William & Mary thanks to             His four field goals ties the UD record set by All-American
                                                                                                                                       Receiving Yards..........Nihja White / 65.4 / 62nd / 3rd
two his scoring passes.                                            Jon Striefsky vs. Navy in 2009 and his six attempts broke
                                                                                                                                       Punting ................Rauley Zaragoza / 39.8 / 42nd / 5th
      Donnelly has completed 107 of 159 passes for 1,045           the previous mark of five by Brad Shushman vs. New
                                                                                                                                       Punt Returns ................Rob Jones / 11.6 / 24th / 3rd
yards and eight touchdowns this season with six interceptions.     Hampshire in 2003.
                                                                                                                                       Field Goals ....................Sean Baner / 1.2 / 34th / 5th
He ranks No. 5 in the CAA in passing rating (131.56). He had              Zaragoza, a first-year team member who played at
                                                                                                                                       Scoring........................Andrew Pierce / 8.0 / 30th / 5th
thrown 55 straight passes without an interception before being     Citrus (Calif.) College the last two seasons, has averaged 39.9
                                                                                                                                       All-Purpose Yds. ..Andrew Pierce / 129.0 / 37th / 5th
picked off in the first quarter vs. Maine.                         yards per punt on 25 attempts this season and ranks No. 5 in
                                                                                                                                       Tackles ......................Paul Worrilow / 10.0 / 28th / 5th
                                                                   the CAA in that category.
               BLUE HENS RANK IN TOP 12                                  The rugby style kicker who can punt with both feet,           MASSACHUSETTS / NCAA Rank / CAA Rank
               NATIONALLY IN ATTENDANCE                            enjoyed an outstanding game vs. ODU, averaging 43.6 yards           Rushing Offense ............................149.6 / 55th / 7th
     Delaware’s average attendance at Delaware Stadium has         on five punts and placing three punts inside the opponent 20-       Passing Offense ............................220.2 / 48th / 5th
taken a slight dip after four games this season, but the Blue      yard line. He also had a career-long 60-yard punt. He aver-         Passing Efficiency ......................125.99 / 62nd / 7th
Hens are still the envy of most every NCAA Division I FCS pro-     aged 44.8 yards per punt on four attempts vs. William & Mary,       Total Offense ..................................369.8 / 51st / 5th
gram in the nation.                                                bouncing back from a blocked punt on his first attempt of the       Scoring Offense ..............................30.4 / 33rd / 3rd
     Delaware’s home game average attendance now stands            night.                                                              Sacks Allowed ..................................2.4 / 78th / 9th
at 18,050 after four games, ranking the Blue Hens No. 12                 For the season, he has placed 9 of his 25 punts inside the    Rushing Defense ..........................142.2 / 48th / 4th
nationally among 116 schools in average attendance.                opponent 20-yard line.                                              Passing Efficiency Defense ..........137.6 / 83rd / 8th
     Appalachian State leads the nation with an average home                                                                           Passing Defense ............................242.2 / 86th / 8th
attendance of 26,212 while James Madison leads the CAA with                      FIVE TRUE FRESHMEN SEE TIME                           Total Defense..................................384.4 / 78th / 9th
an average of 24,956 fans per game (No. 3 nationally).                   Five true freshmen have seen action for the Blue Hens so      Scoring Defense ............................32.4 / 95th / 10th
     Delaware is the only school in the nation at the FCS level    far this season, including middle linebacker Patrick                Sacks By . .................................... 1.2 / 103rd / 10th
that has averaged over 20,000 fans per regular season home         Callaway, who started his fourth straight game last week vs.        Net Punting ......................................34.8 / 54th / 8th
game each of the last 12 seasons.                                  William & Mary and registered three tackles. He registered a        Punt Returns ..................................10.7 / 45th / 6th
                                                                   career-high 10 tackles to rank second on the team in the 27-        Kickoff Returns ..............................24.7 / 12th / 2nd
                    MILESTONES & STREAKS                           17 win over Old Dominion on Sept. 24.                               Turnover Margin ............................- .60 / 84th / 7th
      • Senior C Rob McDowell and senior LB Andrew                       Callaway got the start when outside linebacker Jessel         INDIVIDUALS (NCAA TOP 50/CAA Top 5)
Harrison own the team’s longest current starting streaks           Curry suffered a concussion vs. West Chester Sept. 10. That         Rushing ..........Jonathan Hernandez / 118.8 / 7th / 1st
entering the Massachusetts game.                                   moved regular MLB Paul Worrilow to the outside.                     Total Offense............Kellen Pagel / 205.5 / 58th / 6th
      McDowell, who has started every game of his career for             Callaway now has 23 stops on the season to rank No. 6         Interceptions ..................Kirk Nelms / .40 / 23rd / 3rd
the Blue Hens, will start his 45th straight game while Harrison    on the team.                                                         ..................................Darren Thellen / .40 / 23rd / 3rd
will earn his 33rd straight starting nod vs. UMaass.                     Also for the Hens, linebacker Derek Battle has seen           Punt Returns ..............Julian Talley / 10.7 / 30th / 4th
      McDowell is a National Football Foundation Post-Graduate     action on special teams in all six games, wide receiver Michael     Kickoff Returns ........Jesse Julmiste / 32.9 / 3rd / 1st
Scholarship nominee.                                               Johnson has seen backup action in five games and ran twice          Field Goals ........Brendon Levengood / 1.0 / 41st / 7th
      Harrison, who coordinates Delaware’s Fellowship of           for 26 yards vs. Wm. & Mary, backup defensive tackle Logan          Scoring..............Jonathan Hernandez / 7.2 / 47th / 7th
Christian Athletes group, ranks No. 13 among active NCAA FCS       Shultz has played in two games, and tight end Nick Boyle            All-Purpose Yds. ....J. Hernandez / 146.8 / 20th / 3rd
tacklers with 267 for his career, including a career-high tying                                                                         ................................Jesse Julmiste / 141.2 / 27th / 4th
14 vs. Maine.                                                                                    - more -                              Tackles ......................Tyler Holmes / 10.8 / 14th / 3rd
8-8-8-8                                                                                  QUICK SEASON PREVIEW                                     PRE-SEASON INDIVIDUAL HONORS
                                                                           The Blue Hens look primed for another NCAA playoff run
made his collegiate debut vs. Maine, even catching an 11-yard        in 2011 as head coach K.C. Keeler welcomes back 11 starters              RB Andrew Pierce
pass on his first career play in the first quarter. He also played   and 44 letterwinners from a squad that went 12-3 and                     • Walter Payton Player of the Year Award Watch List
extensively vs. William & Mary last week.                            advanced to the national championship game in 2010.                      • 2nd team The Sports Network All-American
                                                                           Offensively, the Hens must replace All-American quarter-           • 1st team Consensus Draft Services All-American
      SCORE FIRST AND THINGS WILL BE FINE.....                       back Pat Devlin, who earned CAA Offensive Player of the                  • 3rd team Phil Steele All-American
      That has usually been the case for the Blue Hens of late.      Year laurels and is currently with the Miami Dolphins.                   • CAA Co-Offensive Player of the Year
Delaware was a dominant team early on last season, outscor-                But the loses on the offensive side of the ball don’t go
ing opponent 94-34 in the first quarter and 242-80 in the first      much further than that as the Hens return four starting offen-           OG Gino Gradkowski
half. The Hens scored first in 12 of the team’s 15 games.            sive lineman - including three pre-season All-Americans in               • 1st team Phil Steele All-American
      Delaware had won 12 straight games when scoring first          guard Gino Gradkowski, Shea Allard, and Rob                              • 1st team Consensus Draft Services All-American
before the NCAA championship game loss to Eastern                    McDowell.
Washington last January.                                                   Sophomore Andrew Pierce, the 2010 CAA Offensive                    • 2nd team The Sports Network All-American
      Still the Hens have won 19 of their last 21 games since        Rookie of the Year who compiled 1,655 yards on the ground,               • 1st team All-CAA
2009 when getting on the board first. Delaware teams are 57-         is back to lead a run game that returns the top three rushers
14 (.803) when they score first in head coach K.C. Keeler’s          while All-CAA tight end Colin Naugle and top returning                   OT Shea Allard
10 seasons at the helm.                                              receiver, Nihja White (60 receptions) are also back.                     • 1st team Consensus Draft Services All-American
      This season, Delaware is 3-0 when scoring first and have             Things are not quite as bright on the defensive side of the        • 4th team Phil Steele All-American
outscored opponents 45-27 in the first quarter and 100-43 in         ball where Keeler returns just three full-time starters from a
the first half.                                                      squad that was the top unit in the country, leading the nation           C Rob McDowell
      At home this season, the Hens have outscored opponents         in scoring defense at 12.1 points per game and ranking No. 4             • 1st team Consensus Draft Services All-American
45-7 in the opening stanza and 83-17 in the first half.              in total defense (280.7 yards per game).                                 • 1st team All-CAA
                                                                           The Hens must replace four All-CAA defensive backs,
           IMPRESSIVE PUNT STREAK ENDS                               including All-Americans Anthony Walters and Anthony                      TE Colin Naugle
     Delaware is breaking in a new punter this season after          Bratton, but do welcome back a pair of All-CAA performers in             • HM Consensus Draft Services All-American
the graduation of two-year regular and 2010 All-CAA selection        DE Michael Atunrase and LB Paul Worrilow. Also return-
Ed Wagner. Also gone is four-year deep snapper Zack                  ing to the starting lineup is OLB Andrew Harrison.                       DE Michael Atunrase
Reed.                                                                                                                                         • HM Consensus Draft Services All-American
     Junior Rauley Zaragoza has handled all the punting                               NATIONAL RECOGNITION                                    • 1st team All-CAA
chores in the first six games with junior tight end Corey                 Thanks to last season’s national runner-up finish and the
Olsen handled the deep snapping chores.                              return of 11 starters, including seven on offense, the Blue              LB Paul Worrilow
     Delaware had now gone 301 straight punt attempts with-          Hens have earned some impressive pre-season accolades. The               • 1st team All-CAA
out having a kick blocked since the 2005 season vs. William &        Hens appear in the Top 10 in virtually every pre-season Top
Mary.                                                                25 poll and have been picked No. 3 in the pre-season                        BEEN AROUND THE BLOCK A FEW TIMES
     The streak, which covered 70 games, was snapped this            Colonial Athletic Association poll.                                       Few college teams in the country can boast the vast
past Saturday when the Tribe blocked Zaragoza’s first attempt             Below are the Hens’ pre-season rankings:                       coaching experience of Delaware’s offensive and defensive
of the game in the first quarter.                                                                                                        coordinators.
                                                                          4th, Lindy’s                                                         Blue Hen defensive leader Nick Rapone and third-year
   YET ANOTHER WINNING RECORD; HENS REACH                                 5th, The Sports Network Media Poll                             offensive head man Jim Hofher have combined for an incred-
                  12-WIN MARK...AGAIN                                     5th, FCS Coaches’ Poll                                         ible 60 years of college coaching experience - each with 30
      The Blue Hens have posted a winning record seven times              6th, Athlon                                                    campaigns under their belts - including 24 years as coordina-
in nine seasons under head coach K.C. Keeler, failing to                  6th, Phil Steele College Football Preview                      tors.
reach the .500 mark just twice when the team went 5-6 in                  7th, The Sporting News                                               Hofher served as head coach at his alma mater, Cornell,
2006 and 4-8 in 2008.                                                                                                                    in 1990-97 and at Buffalo in 2001-05. Together they have
      But the Hens have more than made up for those two                   CAA Pre-Season Poll                                            coached over 620 games on the college level.
down years, advancing to the NCAA Tournament four times                   1. William & Mary(12 first place votes)                              Rapone, whose 2010 defensive led the nation in scoring
under Keeler, winning the national title in 2003 and finishing            2. James Madison (4)                                           defense at 12.1 points per game, earned an impressive honor
as national runner-up in both 2007 and 2010.                              3. Delaware (2)                                                in 2010 when he was selected NCAA Division I FCS Coordinator
      Along the way, the Hens have also captured three confer-            4. New Hampshire (2)                                           of the Year by FootballScoop.com.
ence titles, earning the Lambert Cup Trophy three times, and              5. Massachusetts (1)
the ECAC Team of the Year three times.                                    6. Richmond                                                               HOW ABOUT THAT ‘10 DEFENSE
      Delaware has not suffered back-to-back losing seasons               7. Villanova                                                        The 2010 season was quite a campaign, especially for the
since 1938-39, a milestone that few college teams in the                  8. Rhode Island (1)                                            Blue Hen defense that ranked among the top units in the coun-
nation at any level - and none in the CAA - can match. The Hens           9. Maine                                                       try.
have reached 12 wins seven times in school history, most                  10. Old Dominion                                                    Delaware led the nation in scoring defense (12.1 points
recently in 2010.                                                         11. Towson                                                     per game) and ranked in the Top 10 nationally in turnover
      Delaware posted a 7-0 start for the ninth time in school                                                                           margin (4th/+1.13), total defense (5th, 280.7), passing effi-
history last season and for the second time under Keeler. The                                                                            ciency (9th/148.49), and passing efficiency defense
Hens started out 9-0 on the way to the 2003 national champi-                                                                             (9th/102.7).
onship campaign.                                                                                                                                                    - more -
9-9-9-9                                                             were free agents Brandon Gilbeaux (Tampa Bay), Ronald
                                                                    Talley (Arizona), Matt Marcorelle (Houston), Anthony                              BIG PLAY COUNT
     Delaware’s scoring defense of 12.1 points per game was         Walters (Chicago), Anthony Bratton (Green Bay), Pat                        (20+ Yard Plays Run/Pass/Reception
the best mark by a UD defense since 1982 when opponents             Devlin (Miami), Tyrone Grant (Washington), and Josh                                +30 PR, KR, IR, FR)
averaged just 11.6 points per game.                                 Baker (N.Y. Jets).
     The Hens had to replace eight starters from that unit,               In addition, Ben Patrick, who played the last three sea-     QB Trevor Sasek
including four All-Colonial Athletic Association defensive backs    sons with Arizona, signed with the New York Giants this sum-       Career: 5 (4 pass/1 run) 2011: 2 (1/1)
and three All-Americans in defensive backs Anthony                  mer but has since retired.
Walters and Anthony Bratton and linebacker Matt                           All but Flacco and Adams were released by their teams        QB Tim Donnelly
Marcorelle.                                                         but Devlin, Walters, Talley, and Baker have each signed on with    Career: 9 (9 pass/0 run) 2011: 9 (9/0)
     The Hens will try to improve from a tough opener last          their respective team’s taxi squads.
week as Delaware dropped a 40-17 decision with the Mids pil-              Talley and Baker were activated by their teams this past     RB Andrew Pierce
ing up 437 total yards and 22 first downs.                          weekend.                                                           Career: 14 (12 runs/2 rec.) 2011: 2 (2 runs)

      A BLUE HEN IN THE WHITE HOUSE...AND AT                                          CONFERENCE SUCCESS                               RB David Hayes
                     DELAWARE STADIUM                                     The name of the Blue Hens’ conference affiliation            Career: 7 (7 runs)       2011: 7 (7 runs)
      When U.S. President Barack Obama and running mate,            changed to the Colonial Athletic Association from the Atlantic
former Delaware Senator Joe Biden, won the 2008 presiden-           10 prior to the 2007 season, but the 10 teams stayed the           RB Leon Jackson
tial election, it was big news. And even bigger news for the cit-   same.                                                              Career: 2 (2 runs) 2011: 0
izens of Delaware and those affiliated with the University of             Delaware is maintaining its outstanding success in league
Delaware.                                                           play just the same. Delaware is currently playing its 26th sea-    RB Walter Davis
      A 1965 graduate of the University of Delaware with            son in the CAA (originally the Yankee Conference before            Career: 2 (2 runs) 2011: 1 (1 run)
degrees in history and political science, Biden played on the       becoming the Atlantic 10 in 1997) this fall.
Blue Hen freshman football team in 1961 under head coach                  Delaware has been the pride of the CAA since joining the     WR Mark Schenauer
Scotty Duncan. Biden, a member of the UD Wall of Fame and           league in 1986, capturing its 100th conference victory in 2003     Career: 8 (8 receptions) 2011: 1 (1 reception)
an ardent Delaware football fan, considered himself “a half-        with a 51-45 overtime win over UMass.
baked halfback” during his brief UD football career.                      The Blue Hens, who are now 132-70 (.653) overall in          WR Rob Jones
      Biden made his first visit to Delaware Stadium as Vice-       league play since joining the conference in 1986, have won         Career: 9 (8 rec./1 PR) 2011: 3 (2 rec./1 PR)
President on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2009 as he attended the Maine        eight CAA/A-10 titles (1986-88-91-92-95-2000-2003-2004).
game and sat with UD President Patrick Harker and current                 The .653 winning percentage is tops among the 11             WR Bobby Russo
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (also a UD graduate)             league schools with Massachusetts (.634) the only other team       Career: 2 (2 receptions) 2011: 2 (2 receptions)
throughout the entire contest.                                      that has won more than 60 percent of its league games all-
      He made another visit to Delaware Stadium in 2010             time.                                                              TE Colin Naugle
when he attended Delaware’s 16-3 NCAA quarterfinal win over                                                                            Career: 5 (4 receptions) 2011: 1 (reception)
New Hampshire on Dec. 10.                                                        SHAMELESS SELF PROMOTION
      He also attended the Hens’ 2010 national championship                Delaware Assistant AD/Media Relations Scott                 WR Nihja White
game in Frisco, Tex. with Christie and Delaware Gov. Jack           Selheimer will cover his 246th straight UD football game this      Career: 12 (12 receptions)      2011: 3 (3 reception)
Markell.                                                            week vs. Massachusetts. He has staffed every game - home
      Biden met with head coach K.C. Keeler and members of          and away - since the 1992 season opener. The streak includes       LB Eddie Lugo
the team on Sept. 19, 2008 when Biden’s plane was parked on         28 NCAA playoff games and three national championship con-         Career: 1 (1 FR)     2011: 0
the same tarmac as the Delaware charter at New Castle County        tests.
(Del.) prior to its trip to Furman.                                                                                                    DB Marcus Burley
      Biden later made an appearance at the Blue Hens’ game                  WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME .....?                             Career: 2 (1 FR/ 1 Int.) 2011: 0
vs. Maine at Delaware Stadium on Oct. 11, 2008 and received
a rousing applause while being mobbed by well-wishers.                                       RUSHING                                   DB Jake Giusti
                                                                    100-YARDS RUSHING: Andrew Pierce vs. William &                     Career: 2 (1 KR/1 FR)          2011: 1 (1 FR)
                  VERY PRESIDENTIAL...                              Mary, 2011 (143 yards)
     No less than six members of the University of Delaware         100-YARDS RUSHING BY A QUARTERBACK: Andy                           DB Travis Hawkins
football team have the same surnames as former U.S.                 Hall vs. Hofstra, 2003 (159)                                       Career: 2 (2 KR) 2011: 2 (2 KR)
Presidents, including the Hens’ top two running backs -             150-YARDS RUSHING: Andrew Pierce vs. Georgia
Andrew Pierce and Dave Hayes.                                       Southern, 2010 (186)                                               LB Jessel Curry
     Other Blue Hens with presidential surnames are Andrew          200-YARDS RUSHING: Andrew Pierce vs. Duquesne,                     Career: 1 (1 Int.) 2011: 1 (1 Int.)
Harrison, Leon Jackson, Bobby Kennedy, and Michael                  2010 (200)
Johnson.                                                            BACK TO BACK 100-YARD GAMES: Andrew Pierce - 2,
                                                                                                                                      SCORED FOUR RUSHING TDs: Omar Cuff vs. Delaware
                                                                    2011 (Maine-William & Mary))
    ALL-TIME HIGH 11 BLUE HENS IN NFL CAMPS                                                                                           St., 2007 (4 TDs)
                                                                    TWO PLAYERS RUSH FOR 100 YARDS: Walter Davis
                       THIS SUMMER:                                                                                                   SCORED FIVE RUSHING TDs: Omar Cuff vs. Wm. &
                                                                    (108) and Andrew Pierce (106) vs. Delaware State, 2011
      An all-time high of 11 former Blue Hen football players                                                                         Mary, 2007 (6 TDs)
                                                                    THREE PLAYERS RUSH FOR 100 YARDS: Leo Hamlett,
took part in National Football League camps this summer.            Pat Williams, and Kai Hebron vs. James Madison, 1995
      In addition to established veterans Joe Flacco                SCORED THREE RUSHING TDs: Andrew Pierce vs.
(Baltimore) and Mike Adams (Cleveland), also in camps                                                                                                               - more -
                                                                    Delaware State, 2011
10-10-10-10                                                                     KICK/PUNT RETURNS                     DELAWARE SCORED LESS THAN 10 POINTS: 20-8 loss
                                                          KICKOFF RETURN FOR A TD: Jerry Butler vs. Towson,           vs. James Madison, 2009; Current Streak: 24 games
                                                          2009 (89)                                                   DELAWARE RECORDED A SHUTOUT AT HOME:
50-YARD RUN: David Hayes, 61 yards vs. Massachusetts,     KICKOFF RETURN FOR A TD IN CONSECUTIVE                      William & Mary, 2011 (21-0); Current Streak: 1 game
2010 (61 yards; TD)                                       GAMES: Jerry Butler vs. James Madison (94) and Towson       DELAWARE RECORDED CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS AT
75-YARD RUN: Andy Hall vs. Hofstra, 2003 (85 yards; TD)   (98), 2008                                                  HOME: Rhode Island (35-0), The Citadel (38-0), W. Chester
25 CARRIES: Andrew Pierce vs. West Chester, 2011          RETURNED OPENING KICKOFF FOR TD: Ricardo Walker             (84-0), and Northeastern (42-0), 1999-2000
30 CARRIES: Junior Jabbie, 31 carries vs. Hofstra, 2008   vs. William & Mary, 2002 (95) - 1st in school history       DELAWARE RECORDED A SHUTOUT ON ROAD:
40 CARRIES: Omar Cuff, 48 carries vs. Richmond, 2007      OPPONENT KICKOFF RETURN FOR TD: Angelo                      Hofstra, 2008 (17-0) Current Streak: 13 games
                                                          Babbaro, Villanova, 2010 (85)                               DELAWARE RECORDED A SHUTOUT IN THE POST-
                       PASSING                            OPPONENT RETURNED OPENING KICKOFF FOR TD:                   SEASON: Note: Colgate, 12/19/03 (40-0) in Chattanooga,
20 COMPLETIONS: Tim Donnelly vs. Maine, 2011 (24)         Angelo Babbaro, Villanova, 2010 (85)                        Tenn. in NCAA I-AA Championship (Neutral site)
30 COMPLETIONS: Pat Devlin vs. Villanova, 2010 (30)       PUNT RETURN FOR A TD: Sidney Haugabrook vs. Navy,           SHUTOUT ON ROAD: By Villanova, 1996 (27-0 loss) -
40 COMPLETIONS: Pat Devlin vs. Villanova, 2009 (42)       2004 (65)                                                   ended streak of 145 straight games scoring; Current Streak:
40 ATTEMPTS: Tim Donnelly vs. Maine, 2011 (45)            PUNT RETURN FOR A TD (BLOCKED PUNT): Sean                   84 games
50 ATTEMPTS: Pat Devlin vs. Villanova, 2009 (58)          Bleiler vs. S. Illinois, 2003
300-YARDS: Tim Donnelly vs. Old Dominion, 2011 (304)      OPPONENT PUNT RETURN FOR A TD: Scotty McGee,                                           SAFETIES
400-YARDS: Pat Devlin vs. Villanova, 2009 (407)           James Madison, 2008 (64)                                    DELAWARE RECORDED A SAFETY: vs. Richmond, 2009
3 TD PASSES: Pat Devlin vs. Lehigh, 2010 (4)              FUMBLE RECOVERY FOR A TD: Jake Giusti vs.                   (Punter Brian Radford kicked bad snap out of end zone)
4 TD PASSES: Pat Devlin vs. Lehigh, 2010 (4)              Delaware State, 2011 (32 yards)                             OPPONENT RECORDED A SAFETY: Rhode Island, 2007
50-YARD PASS: Tim Donnelly to Nihja White vs. Delaware    FUMBLE RECOVERY FOR A TD IN CONSECUTIVE                     (Joe Flacco intentional grounding penalty in end zone)
State, 2011 (59 yards)                                    GAMES: Paul Worrilow vs. Maine (11 yards) and Rhode
75-YARD PASS: Pat Devlin to Mark Duncan vs. Maine,        Island (27), 2011 (UD Record)                                                 LAST SECOND PLAYS
2009 (79td)                                               OPPONENT FUMBLE RECOVERY FOR TD: Chris Lovitt,              DELAWARE WON A GAME ON THE LAST PLAY OF
THREW THREE INTERCEPTIONS: Tim Donnelly vs.               Old Dominion, 2011 (18)                                     REGULATION: Delaware def. West Chester 33- 31, Sept.
Maine, 2011 (4)                                                                                                       20, 1986 (Fred Singleton 3-yard run)
THREW FOUR INTERCEPTIONS: Tim Donnelly vs. Maine,                             KICKING/PUNTING
2011 (4)                                                  50-YARD FIELD GOAL: Sean Leach vs. Northeastern,            DELAWARE WON A GAME ON A LAST SECOND
                                                          1995 (50)                                                   FIELD GOAL IN REGULATION: Delaware def. James
                        RECEIVING                         40-YARD FIELD GOAL: Sean Baner vs. Maine, 2011 (46          Madison, 13-10, Oct. 2, 2010 (28-yard FG by Mike Perry
10 RECEPTIONS: Nihja White vs. William & Mary, 2010       yards)                                                      with :03 left); Delaware def. Massachusetts 37-34, Oct. 10,
(10)                                                      KICKED THREE FIELD GOALS IN A GAME: Sean Baner              1987 (28-yard FG by Don O’Brien with :07 left)
100-YARDS RECEIVING: Nihja White vs. Old Dominion,        vs. Old Dominion, 2011 (4)                                  DELAWARE WON A GAME IN OVERTIME WITH A
2011 (117)                                                KICKED FOUR FIELD GOALS IN A GAME: Sean Baner               FIELD GOAL: Delaware def. Maine 24- 21, Nov. 1, 2003
CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES: Nihja               vs. Old Dominion, 2011 (4)                                  (36-yard field goal by Brad Shushman in OT)
White vs. Delaware State, Old Dominion, 2011              60-YARD PUNT: Rauley Zaragoza vs. Old Dominion, 2011        DELAWARE LOST A GAME ON A LAST SECOND FIELD
200-YARDS RECEIVING: Courtney Batts vs. West Chester,     (60)                                                        GOAL IN REGULATION: Northeastern def. Delaware 27-
1994 (204)                                                HAD A PUNT BLOCKED: By William & Mary, 2011                 24, Oct. 7, 2006 (35-yard FG by Mat Johnson with :00 left)
TWO PLAYERS RECEIVING FOR 100 YARDS: Phillip              (Current Streak - 4 punts)                                  DELAWARE LOST A GAME ON A LAST SECOND FIELD
Thaxton (121) and Mark Duncan (114) vs. Villanova, 2009   BLOCKED A PUNT: Against West Chester, 2008 by Matt          GOAL IN REGULATION (POST-SEASON): McNeese State
100-YARDS RECEIVING BY A RUNNING BACK: Omar               Marcorelle (Current Streak - 42 games)                      def. Delaware 23-21 in NCAA I-AA semifinals, Dec. 13, 1997
Cuff vs. Hofstra, 2005 (105)                                                                                          (31-yard FG by Shonz LaFrenz with :05 left)
3 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS: Eddie Conti vs. William &                               MISCELLANEOUS
Mary, 1995 (3)                                            SAME PLAYER OVER 200 YARDS PASSING AND 100
                                                          YARDS RUSHING: Dale Fry vs. West Chester, 1993 (259
                    INTERCEPTIONS                         pass, 116 rush); Bill Vergantino vs. James Madison, 1991
3 INTERCEPTIONS: Dan Mulhern vs. Rhode Island, 1999       (239 pass, 121 rush); Tom DiMuzio vs. Bucknell, 1969 (205
(3)                                                       pass, 118 rush)
INTERCEPTION FOR A TD: Jessel Curry vs. West Chester,     SAME PLAYER OVER 100 YARDS RUSHING AND
2011 (34 yards)                                           100 YARDS RECEIVING: Nate Beasley vs. Lehigh, 1975
OPPONENT INTERCEPTION FOR TD: Jerome Strums,              (109 pass, 118 rush)
Delaware State, 2009 (71 yards)
                                                                               TEAM SCORING
                      TACKLES                             DELAWARE SCORED 50 POINTS: 56 vs. Richmond,
10 TACKLES: Paul Worrilow vs. Wm. & Mary, 2011 (11)       2007 (5 OT)
15 TACKLES: Erik Johnson vs. Navy, 2007 (20)              DELAWARE FAILED TO SCORE A POINT: By Villanova,
20 TACKLES: Erik Johnson vs. Navy, 2007 (20)              1996 (lost 27-0); Current Streak: 192 games
                                                          DELAWARE FAILED TO SCORE A POINT AT HOME: By
                                                          Holy Cross, 1983 (lost 24-0); Current Streak: 189 games
                                                          DELAWARE FAILED TO SCORE A TOUCHDOWN: By
                                                          James Madison, 2009 (lost 20-8); Current Streak: 24 games                              - more -
11-11-11-11                                                  RUNNING BACKS
                                                                                                                               BLUE HEN STATISTICS ON 3RD/4TH DOWN

               BLUE HEN PLAYER                               #30 RB ANDREW PIERCE • SOPH.
                                                                                                                              PASSING
                                                             Career                 Category              ‘11 Season
               CAREER STATISTICS                             28 (EWU ‘10/WM ‘11) Carries                      28 (WM)
                                                                                                                              Tim Donnelly - 29 for 46 for 256 yards, 1 TD, 3
                                                             200 (Duq. ‘10)          Rushing Yards           143 (WM)
                                                                                                                              Int. (17 first downs)
QUARTERBACKS                                                 3 (Rich. ‘10/DelSt. ‘11) TDs                  3 (DelState)       Trevor Sasek - 3 for 6 for 33 yards (3)
                                                             44 (WCU ‘11)              Long Run              44 (WCU)         Justin Burns - 3 for 3 for 12 yards (1)
9 QB TIM DONNELLY • JR.                                      8 (Maine ‘11)            Receptions             8 (Maine)
Career            Category                  ‘11 Season       34 (Maine ‘11)              Yards              34 (Maine)        RUSHING
26 (ODU ‘11)        Completions                26 (ODU)      1 (3 times ‘10)              TDs               1 (3 times)       Andrew Pierce - 16 for 73 yards (13), 1 TD
45 (Maine ‘11)        Attempts               45 (Maine)      31 (UMass ‘10)            Long Rec.             10 (WCU)         Walter Davis - 3 for 35 yards (2)
304 (ODU ‘11)      Passing Yards              304 (ODU)
                                                                                                                              David Hayes - 11 for 33 yards (7)
2 (3 times ‘11)          TDs                  2 (3 times)    Career: 21 games (21), 459 carries for 2,287 yards rush-
4 (Maine ‘11)      Interceptions               4 (Maine)
                                                                                                                              Trevor Sasek - 2 carry for 9 yards (1)
                                                             ing (108.9 pg), 5.0 avg., 22 TDs; 62 rec., 341 yards (5.5
59 (DelState ‘11)    Long Pass             59 (DelState)     avg.), 3 TDs; 25 Total TDs; 2,628 all-purpose yards (125.1
                                                                                                                              Leon Jackson - 1 for 4 yards (1)
5 (Maine ‘11)          Carries                 5 (Maine)     pg); 12 100-yard rushing games (1 200-yard rushing game);        Tim Donnelly - 5 for - 27 yards; 4 sacks
24 (Towson ‘09)    Rushing Yards               11 (Navy)     1 tackle                                                         Team - 4 for - 27 yards (bad snaps/kneeldown)
-                        TDs                            -
13 (Towson ‘09)      Long Run            11 (Navy/WCU)       #28 RB DAVID HAYES • JR.                                         RECEIVING
                                                             Career             Category                  ‘11 Season          Nihja White - 8 for 83 yards, 1 TD (5)
Career (at Delaware): 8 games (5), (4-1 W/L), 108 for        20 (WCU ‘09/ODU ‘11) Carries                    20 (ODU)         Rob Jones - 7 for 89 yards (6)
161 (.671) for 1,075 yards, 8 TDs, 6 Int., 22 carries, 8     107 (UMass ‘10)     Rushing Yards               66 (ODU)
                                                                                                                              Andrew Pierce - 6 for 32 yards (4)
yards, 0.4 avg., 0 TDs; 132.11 QB Rating; 1 tackle           1 (8 times)              TDs
                                                                                                                              David Hayes - 3 for 0 yards
                                                             40 (Rich. ‘10)        Long Run                   21 (Navy)
13 QB TREVOR SASEK • SOPH.                                   4 (Maine ‘09)        Receptions                   3 (ODU)
                                                                                                                              Mark Schenauer - 2 for 30 yards (1)
Career            Category                  ‘11 Season       4 (Maine ‘09)        Rec. Yards                  19 (ODU)        Bobby Russo - 2 for 29 yards (1)
13 (JMU ‘10)        Completions                9 (Navy)                                                                       Walter Davis - 2 for 14 yards (1)
21 (JMU ‘10)          Attempts                19 (Navy)      Career: 29 games (7), 251 for 1,214 yards (41.8 pg), 4.8
124 (JMU ‘10)      Passing Yards              82 (Navy)      avg., 8 TDs; 19 rec., 104 yards (5.5 avg.), 0 TD; 1,333 all-     DEFENSE (Holding opp. short of 1st down)
1 (Duq. ‘10)             TDs                                 purpose yds. (45.9 pg); 1 100-yard rushing game; 5 KOR, 83       Paul Worrilow - 9 tackles, 1 TFL, 2 coverage, 1 FF
23 (Duq./JMU ‘10)    Long Pass                 20 (Navy)     yds., 16.6 avg. (Long 20)                                        Andrew Harrison - 6 tackles, 1 Int., 1 FR
14 (JMU ‘10)           Carries                  4 (Navy)
                                                                                                                              Quincy Barr - 4 tackles, 0.5 QB Sack
38 (Navy ‘11)      Rushing Yards               38 (Navy)     #22 RB LEON JACKSON • JR.
1 (Rich./JMU ‘10)        TDs                    1 (Navy)
                                                                                                                              Patrick Callaway - 4 tackles, .5 TFL
                                                             Career          Category                     ‘11 Season
13 (JMU ‘10)         Long Run                  21 (Navy)     23 (Maine ‘09)      Carries                   5 (DelState)
                                                                                                                              Michael Atunrase - 4 tackles
                                                             88 (Towson ‘10)  Rushing Yards               20 (DelState)       Travis Hawkins - 3 tackles, 1 PB, 5 coverage
Career (at Delaware): 9 games (2 starts), (2-1 W/L), 29      3 (Towson ‘09)        TDs                                -       Leon Jackson - 3 tackles
for 52 (.558) for 281 yards, 1 TDs, 1 Int., 31 carries, 95   63 (Towson ‘10)    Long Run                   6 (DelState)       Tim Breaker - 2 tackles
yards, 3.1 avg., 3 TDs; 1 rec., 1 yds., 1.0 avg. (Long 1);   1 (3 times)       Receptions                             -       Jessel Curry - 2 tackles, 1 Int. (TD)
103.66 Passing Rating                                        12 (Towson ‘10)      Yards                               -       Marcus Burley - 1 tackle; 1 Interception
                                                             12 (Towson ‘10)    Long Rec.                             -       Lequan James - 1 tackle
8 QB JUSTIN BURNS • FR.R                                     4 (WCU ‘11)         Tackles                      4 (WCU)
                                                                                                                              Ethan Clark - 1 tackle
Career            Category                   ‘11 Season      1 (WCU ‘11)      Interceptions                   1 (WCU)
5 (DelState ‘11)    Completions               5 (DelState)
                                                                                                                              Jake Giusti - 1 Fumble Recovery (TD)
5 (DelState ‘11)      Attempts                5 (DelState)   Career: 28 games (1), 162 carries for 638 yards (23.6 pg),
                                                                                                                              Ricky Tunstall - 1 tackles, 0.5 TFL 1 coverage
22 (DelState ‘11)  Passing Yards            22 (DelState)    3.9 avg., 8 TDs; 5 rec. for 30 yards, 6.0 avg., 19 tackles; 1    Jamaul Christopher - 1 tackle; 1 sack
-                        TDs                             -   int. (9 yards); 1 TFL (3 yards); 1 FF; 677 all-purpose yds.,     Chris Campbell - 1 tackle
8 (DelState ‘11)     Long Pass                8 (DelState)   (27.1 avg.)                                                      Irv Titre - 1 tackle
-                      Carries                           -                                                                    Laith Wallschleger - 1 tackle, 0.5 QB Sack
-                  Rushing Yards                         -   #34 RB WALTER DAVIS • SOPH.
-                        TDs                             -   Career             Category                   ‘11 Season
-                    Long Run                            -   19 (DelState ‘11)     Carries                19 (DelState)      Career: 17 games (0), 42 carries for 223 yards (13.9 pg),
                                                             108 (DelState ‘11) Rushing Yards            108 (DelState)      5.3 avg., 0 TDs, 3 receptions for 19 yards, 6.1 avg., 4 tack-
Career (at Delaware): 1 game (0), 5 for 5 (1.000) for 22     1 (Towson ‘10)          TDs                               -     les; 1 TFL; 242 all-purpose yds., (15.1 pg)
yards, 0 TDs, 0 Int., 126.96 QB Rating                       27 (DelState ‘11)    Long Run                27 (DelState)
                                                             3 (DelState ‘11)     Receptions                3 (DelState)
                                                             19 (DelState ‘11)      Yards                 19 (DelState)
                                                             -                       TDs                               -
                                                             8 (DelState ‘11)     Long Rec.                 8 (DelState)                                  - more -
12-12-12-12                                                     #84 WR STEPHEN CLARK • FR.R                                   #89 TE COREY OLSEN • JR.
                                                                Career         Category                     ‘ 11 Season       Career           Category                        ‘11 Season
WIDE RECEIVERS                                                  1 (WCU ‘11)        Recpt.                        1 (WCU)      1 (DelState ‘11)     Recpt.                      1 (DelState)
                                                                10 (WCU ‘11)     Rec. Yards                     10 (WCU)      5 (DelState ‘11)   Rec. Yards                    5 (DelState)
#19 WR NIHJA WHITE • JR.                                        10 (WCU ‘11)     Long Rec.                      10 (WCU)      5 (DelState ‘11)   Long Rec.                     5 (DelState)
Career            Category                     ‘11 Season                                                                     2 (ODU ‘11)         Tackles                         2 (ODU)
10 (W&M ‘10)          Recpt.                  7 (DSU/ODU)       Career: 3 games (0), 1 rec., 10 yds., 10.0 avg., 0 TD, 10.0
146 (W&M ‘10)       Rec. Yards               122 (DelState)     per game                                                      Career: 10 gp (0); 1 rec. for 5 yds., (5.0 avg.); 7 tackles
1 (11 times)           TDs                       1 (3 times)                                                                  (6) 1 TFL, 1 FF
59 (DelState ‘11)   Long Rec.                 59 (DelState)     #19 WR MIKE MILBURN • SO.
1 (ODU ‘11)          Carries                        1 (ODU)     Career              Category                   ‘11 Season     #80 TE CODY MAGILL • SO.
9 (ODU ‘11)           Yards                         9 (ODU)     -                       Recpt.                         -      Career              Category                     ‘11 Season
9 (ODU ‘11)         Long Run                        9 (ODU)     -                     Rec. Yards                       -      -                       Recpt.                           -
                                                                Career: 5 games (0)                                           -                     Rec. Yards                         -
Career: 30 games (7), 106 rec., 1,317 yds., 12.4 avg., 11                                                                     Career: 3 games (0)
TDs; 2 tackles; 1,326 all-purpose yds. (44.2 pg)                #85 WR BRIAN BROWN • SO.
                                                                Career              Category                   ‘11 Season     #88 TE SAM FELECCIA • FR.R
#12 WR BOBBY RUSSO • SR.                                        -                       Recpt.                         -      Career              Category                     ‘11 Season
Career          Category                     ‘11 Season         -                     Rec. Yards                       -      -                       Recpt.                           -
6 (WCU ‘11)         Recpt.                        6 (WCU)       Career: 2 games (0)                                           -                     Rec. Yards                         -
38 (ODU ‘11)      Rec. Yards                     38 (ODU)                                                                     Career: 1 games (0)
1 (WM ‘11)           TDs                           1 (WM)       #87 WR JOHN HODGKINSON • JR.
30 (Towson ‘10)   Long Rec.                       29 (WM)       Career          Category                     ‘11 Season       KICKERS / PUNTERS
2 (WCU/JMU ‘10)    Tackles                   2 (WCU/JMU)        1 (Duq. ‘10)        Recpt.                             -
                                                                2 (Duq. ‘10)      Rec. Yards                           -      #20 K/P SEAN BANER • SOPH.
Career: 30 games (3), 19 rec., 189 yds., 9.9 avg., 9 tack-      2 (Duq. ‘10)      Long Rec.                            -      Career            Category                     ‘11 Season
les; 1 KOR, 0 yards                                             -                    TDs                               -      6 (DelState ‘11)       PAT                       6 (DelState)
                                                                1 (4 times ‘10)    Tackles                             -      4 (ODU ‘11)            FG                           4 (ODU)
#6 WR MARK SCHENAUER • SR.                                                                                                    47 (DelState ‘11)    Long FG                    47 (DelState)
Career               Category                 ‘11 Season        Career: 14 games (0); 1 rec., 2 yds., 2.0 avg., 4 tackles     50 (WCU ‘11/NG)    Long FG Att.                50 (WCU/NG)
5 (DSU ‘09/Leh. ‘10)     Recpt.                   4 (WCU)                                                                     13 (ODU ‘11)          Points                       13 (ODU)
113 (Lehigh ‘10)       Rec. Yards                65 (WCU)       TIGHT ENDS
1 (4 times)               TDs                     1 (WCU)                                                                     Career: 21 games; 7-12 FG (.583) (Long 47); 18-18 PAT
56 (WC ‘09)            Long Rec.                 28 (WCU)       #35 TE COLIN NAUGLE • SR.                                     (1.000); Consecutive PAT: 18 (current); Consecutive FG: 1 (0
                                                                Career            Category                   ‘11 Season       current); 39 points; 8 tackles; 114 Kickoffs, 16 TB (.140)
Career: 38 games (25), 68 receptions, 895 yards, 13.2           4 (Maine ‘11)         Recpt.                    4 (Maine)
avg.; 4 TDs; 895 all-purpose yds. (23.5 pg)                     51 (DelState ‘11)   Rec. Yards               51 (DelState)    #39 P RAULEY ZARAGOZA • JR.
                                                                1 (3 times)            TDs             1 (DelState/Maine)     Career            Category                    ‘11 Season
#5 WR ROB JONES • JR.                                           43 (DelState ‘11)   Long Rec.                43 (DelState)    5 (WCU/ODU ‘11)       Punts                  5 (WCU/ODU)
Career             Category                    ‘11 Season                                                                     224 (WCU ‘11)         Yards                     224 (WCU)
1 (5 times)             Carries                   1 (Navy)      Career: 29 games (20), 30 rec., 380 yds., 3 TDs, 12.7 avg.;   44.8 (WCU/WM ‘11)     Avg.                 44.8 (WCU/WM)
9 (Duq. ‘10)        Rushing Yards                 6 (Navy)      4 tackles                                                     60 (ODU ‘11)          Long                       60 (ODU)
-                        TDs                             -
9 (Duq. ‘10)          Long Run                    6 (Navy)      #26 TE RYAN COBB • FR.R                                       Career: 6 games, 25 punts, 997 yds., 39.9 avg., Long 60
10 (WM ‘09)             Recpt.                    5 (Navy)      Career           Category                      ‘11 Season     (10 +40/3 +50/1 +60), 9 Inside20, 1 blocked (WM ‘11)
113 (WM ‘09)         Rec. Yards                  73 (Navy)      1 (DelState ‘11)     Recpt.                    1 (DelState)
1 (5 times)              TDs                      1 (ODU)       7 (DelState ‘11)   Rec. Yards                  7 (DelState)
                                                                7 (DelState ‘11)   Long Rec.                   7 (DelState)
                                                                                                                                           DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
32 (WCU ‘09/ODU ‘11) Long Rec.                   32 (ODU)
31 (ODU ‘11)           Long PR                   31 (ODU)
                                                                Career: 6 games (2), 1 reception for 7 yards, 7.0 avg.        Player                        Career-High        ‘11 Season
-3 (Rich. ‘09)         Long KR                           -

                                                                #86 TE NICK BOYLE • FR                                        #94 Michael Atunrase           7 (2 times) 6 (Navy/WM)
Career: 29 games (10), 6 carries for 34 yards, 5.7 avg., 0
                                                                Career          Category                       ‘11 Season     Career: 39 games (20), 101 tackles (50), 14 TFL (63 yds.),
TDs; 62 rec., 794 yds., 12.8 avg., 5 TDs; 1 comp. 1 att., 1
                                                                1 (Maine ‘11)       Recpt.                       1 (Maine)    5.5 QB Sack (37 yds.); 1 PB, 1 FF, 1 FR (16 yds. vs. DelState,
yd., 0 TD, 0 Int.; 28 PR for 236 yds., 8.4 avg., 0 TDs; 1 KOR
                                                                11 (Maine ‘11)    Rec. Yards                     1 (Maine)    ‘09)
for -3 yds., -3.0 avg., 0 TDs; 1,074 all-purpose yds. (37.-
avg.)                                                           1 (Maine ‘11)     Long Rec.                      1 (Maine)
                                                                                                                              #74 Alessio Azzari                         -                  -
                                                                Career: 2 games (2), 1 reception for 11 yards, 11.0 avg.      Career: 3 gp (0)


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13-13-13-13                                                      #1 Travis Hawkins            6 (ODU ‘11)          6 (ODU)             2011 DRIVE INFORMATION
                                                                 Career (at UD): 6 gp (6), 20 tackles (14); 2 Int. (14
#90 Quincy Barr 4 (ODU/Maine ‘11) 4 (ODU/Maine)                  yards); 9 PB; 15 KOR, 339 yds., 22.6 avg. (Long 60 vs. ODU    DELAWARE
Career (at Delaware): 21 gp (2), 25 tackles (9), 3.5 TFL         ‘11; 38 vs. WCU ‘11)
(8); 1 QB Sack (8), 1 PB                                                                                                       Plays
                                                                 #93 Demitrius Hester         8 (JMU ‘08) 3 (Navy/ODU)         15 vs. William & Mary (3rd/TD)
#44 Derek Battle 1 (Maine/WM ‘11) 1 (Maine/WM)                   Career: 40 gp (14), 70 tackles (31), 7 TFL (15); 0 QB; 1 PB   15 vs. Delaware State (4th/Downs)
Career: 6 gp (0), 2 tackles (1)                                                                                                15 vs. Maine (2nd/FG)
                                                                 #24 Mike Hirt                  1 (3 times)    1 (WCU ‘11)     14 vs. Delaware State (1st/TD)
#3 Tim Breaker               9 (Maine ‘11)        9 (Maine)      Career: 7 gp (0), 3 tackle (2)                                14 vs. West Chester (2nd/Missed FG)
Career: 29 gp (6), 37 tackles (20); 1.5 TFL (2); 2 PB                                                                          12 vs. Navy (3rd/FG)
                                                                 #14 Lequan James 1 (DSU/ODU ‘11) 1 (DSU/ODU)                  12 vs. Navy (4th/TD)
#2 Marcus Burley                9 (2 times)        8 (ODU)       Career: 6 gp (0), 2 tackles (2)                               11 vs. Navy (2nd/TD)
Career: 32 gp (17), 126 tackles (89), 2 TFL (3), 4 Int. for                                                                    11 vs. West Chester (4th/Downs)
67 yds., (Long 49 vs. URI, 2010), 10 PB, 1FF, 2 FR (42 yds.      #45 Eddie Lugo                  4 (WC ‘09)    1 (3 times)     11 vs. Old Dominion (2nd/TD)
for TD vs. UMass ‘09); 7 PR for 35 yds., (5.0 avg.) (Long 20)    Career: 39 games (2), 33 tackles (16), 1 FR (31 yards); Lg.   11 vs. Maine (3rd/TD)
                                                                 31 vs. West Chester (‘09), 1 FF
#58 Patrick Callaway 10 (ODU ‘11)                 10 (ODU)                                                                     Yards
Career: 6 gp (4), 23 tackles (7); 1 TFL (1)                      #15 Blair Menefee                       -                 -   98 yards vs. William & Mary (1st/TD)
                                                                 Career: 1 gp (0)                                              96 yards vs. Delaware State (1st/TD)
#29 Chris Campbell            4 (Tow. ‘10) 2 (Maine/WM)          #17 Josh Morris         2 (DelState ‘11)       2 (DelState)   91 yards vs. William & Mary (3rd/TD)
Career: 18 gp (0), 21 tackles (18); 1 rec. for 1 yd., 1 TD       Career (at UD): 3 gp (0), 4 tackles (4)                       80 yards vs. Navy (2nd/TD)
(vs. Lehigh, ‘10)                                                                                                              80 yards vs. Delaware State (1st/TD)
                                                                 #92 Alex Pihakis           1 (2 times ‘10)                -   78 yards vs. Navy (4th/TD)
#47 Jake Campbell                         -                -     Career: 7 gp (0); 2 tackles (2); 1 TFL (1)                    75 yards vs. Delaware State (4th/Downs)
Career: 1 gp (0)                                                                                                               74 yards vs. Maine (3rd/TD)
                                                                 #33 Stephen St. Clair                    -                -   67 yards vs. Maine (2nd/Missed FG)
#38 Brandon Cheaton 6 (Navy ‘11)                    6 (Navy)     Career: 1 gp (0)                                              65 yards vs. Navy (3rd/FG)
Career: 6 gp (3), 15 tackles (12), 1.5 TFL (2); 1 blocked PAT
                                                                 #96 Derrick Saulsberry 1 (Navy ‘11)               1 (Navy)    Time
#53 Jamaul Christopher 1 (6 times) 1 (Navy/DSU)                  Career: 5 gp (0), 1 tackle (1)                                8:33 vs. Delaware State (4th/Downs)
Career: 18 gp (0), 6 tackles (3 solo), 3.5 QB Sack (21), 3                                                                     7:04 vs. Delaware State (1st/TD)
TFL (21), 1 FF                                                   #32 Carl Smith                2 (EWU ‘10)                 -
                                                                                                                               6:57 vs. William & Mary (3rd/TD)
                                                                 Career: 6 gp (0), 3 tackles (2)
                                                                                                                               5:19 vs. Navy (4th/TD)
#95 Ethan Clark               9 (Vill. ‘10) 3 (Navy/ODU)                                                                       5:18 vs. Maine (3rd/TD)
Career: 23 gp (11); 28 tackles (11), 1 QB Sack (7), 1 TFL        #99 Irv Titre              5 (Maine ‘11)         5 (Maine)
                                                                                                                               5:15 vs. West Chester (4th/Downs)
(7), 1 PB                                                        Career: 17 gp (5), 14 tackles (3), 1 FR
                                                                                                                               5:14 vs. Maine (2nd/Missed FG)
                                                                                                                               5:12 vs. Navy (3rd/FG)
#41 Derek Coleman             2 (JMU ‘10)                  -     #4 Ricky Tunstall            6 (Maine ‘11)       6 (Maine)
                                                                                                                               4:43 vs. West Chester (2nd/Punt)
Career: 8 gp (0), 2 tackles (0)                                  Career: 30 gp (3), 32 tackles (17), 0.5 TFL (1); 2 Int. (-1
                                                                                                                               4:35 vs. Navy (2nd/TD)
                                                                 yards), 2 PB; 1 KOR for -1 yds.
                                                                                                                               4:35 vs. Old Dominion (2nd/FG)
#37 Jessel Curry              9 (Navy ‘11)        9 (Navy)                                                                     Three (or less) and Outs: 15 of 74 (.203)
Career (at UD): 4 gp (2), 17 tackles (10), 0.5 TFL (1); 2 Int.   #46 Laith Wallschleger 4 (Maine ‘11)             4 (Maine)
for 43 yds., 1 TD (Long 34 vs. WCU ‘11)                          Career: 5 gp (1), 7 tackles (0), 1 TFL (6)
                                                                                                                               DELAWARE’S 1ST DRIVE OF THE GAME
                                                                                                                               Navy - 4 plays-16 yards-2:16 (Punt)
#52 Kyle Gayle               1 (Navy ‘11)         1 (Navy)       #58 Paul Worrilow 13 (Navy/ODU ‘11) 13 (Navy/ODU)
                                                                                                                               West Chester - 5 plays-0 yards-2:51 (Punt)
Career: 5 gp (0), 1 tackle (0)                                   Career: 32 gp (32), 233 tackles (114); 20.5 TFL (51); 2 QB
                                                                                                                               Delaware State - 5 plays - 80 yards - 2:04 (TD)
                                                                 Sack (14); 5 FR, 2 TD (11 FR vs. Maine, 2010; 27 FR Rhode
                                                                                                                               Old Dominion - 7 plays - 56 yards - 2:38 (Fumble)
#11 Jake Giusti               5 (Tow. ‘10)      1 (3 times)      Island, 2010); 3 FF, 4 PB
                                                                                                                               Maine - 5 plays - 21 yards - 2:34 (Interception)
Career: 20 gp (0); 23 tackles (17); 0.5 TFL, 2 FR (1 TD vs.                                                                    William & Mary - 3 plays - 3 yards - 1:55 (Punt - Blocked)
DelState, 2011 - 32 yds.); 3 KOR, 66 yards, 22.0 avg., Long
30 (GSU)

#49 Matt Hardison           4 (WCU ‘11)         4 (WCU)
Career (at UD): 21 gp (4); 26 tackles (11); 5 TFL (6); 1
QB Sack, 1 PB

#40 A. Harrison 14 (VU ‘08; Maine ‘11) 14 (Maine)
Career: 44 gp (39), 282 tackles (147), 17.5 TFL (67), 3.5
QB Sacks (34), 1 Int., 3 yds., 2 FF, 2 FR, 8 PB, 1 Bl. FG                                                                                                 - more -
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OPPONENTS

Plays
17 by Navy (1st/TD)
14 by Old Dominion (3rd/FG)
13 by West Chester (2nd/FG)
12 by West Chester (3rd/Missed FG)
10 by Old Dominion (1st/Downs)
10 by Old Dominion (4th/Downs)
9 by Old Dominion (4th/TD)
9 by William & Mary (2nd/Int.)
8 by Navy (1st/TD)
8 by Navy (3rd/Int.)
8 by William & Mary (1st/Missed FG)

Yards
89 by Maine (1st/TD)
83 by Maine (3rd/TD)
81 by Old Dominion (4th/TD)
80 by Navy (1st/TD)
79 by West Chester (1st/TD)
78 by Navy (3rd/TD)
76 by Old Dominion (3rd/FG)
75 by Navy (1st/FG)
75 by Maine (4th/TD)
74 by Maine (4th/TD)

Time
8:23 by Navy (1st/FG)
5:39 by West Chester (2nd/FG)
5:01 by Old Dominion (3rd/FG)
4:58 by West Chester (3rd/Missed FG)
4:17 by Maine (2nd/Punt)
4:16 by Navy (3rd/Int.)
4:08 by William & Mary (2nd/Int.)
3:58 by Navy (1st/TD)
3:58 by West Chester (1st/Downs)
3:57 by Maine (4th/Punt)

Three and Outs: 33 for 75 (.440)

OPPONENT’S 1ST DRIVE OF THE GAME
Navy - 3 plays-80 yards-1:25 (TD)
West Chester - 6 plays - 46 yards - 2:24 (Punt)
Delaware State - 3 plays - 2 yards - 0:58 (Punt)
Old Dominion - 3 plays - 9 yards - 1:27 (Punt)
Maine - 7 plays - 34 yards - 3:29 (Punt)
William & Mary - 5 plays - 10 yards - 2:15 (Punt9
                                                   TENTATIVE TWO-DEEP LINEUPS
                                             October 15, 2011 • Delaware vs. Massachusetts
                            DELAWARE OFFENSE                                                                   MASSACHUSETTS OFFENSE

TE    35 *Colin Naugle (Sr. 6-4, 250)         86 Nick Boyle (Fr., 6-4, 235)            TE    83 Emil Igwenagu (Sr., 6-2, 245)      87 Rob Blanchflower (So., 6-4, 250)
WR    12 *Bobby Russo (Sr., 6-0, 195)          5 *Rob Jones (Jr., 5-10, 185)           WR     3 Tom Gilson (Sr., 6-2, 204)         31 Brian Dowling (Fr., 5-9, 190)
WR     6 *Mark Schenauer (Sr., 6-3, 210)      36 Michael Johnson (Fr., 6-2, 205)       WR     1 Julian Talley (Sr., 6-1, 192)      19 Chase Danska (Jr., 5-9, 173)
WR    19 *Nihja White (Jr., 6-2, 205)         84 Stephen Clark (Fr.r, 6-2, 170)        WR     4 Jesse Julmiste (Sr., 5-10, 170)    26 Marken Michel (Fr., 5-10, 185)
LT    71 *Shea Allard (Sr., 6-5, 290)         78 *Erle Ladson (So., 6-6, 330)          LT    66 Anthony Dima (So., 6-7, 310)       79 Vincent Westcarr (So., 6-4, 308)
LG    56 *Gino Gradkowski (Sr., 6-4, 295)     79 Nick Cattolico (So., 6-4, 335)        LG    50 Josh Samuda (Sr., 6-3, 295)        65 Malcolm Speller (Jr., 6-4, 300)
C     50 *Rob McDowell (Sr., 6-3, 285)        54 Jake Geiser (Fr.r, 6-3, 275)          C     51 Quinton Sales (Jr., 6-2, 290)      60 Anddy Moas (Fr., 6-4, 295)
RG    55 *Will Nagle (Sr., 6-4, 290)          64 *Charles Gushue (Jr., 6-2, 325)       RG    74 Stephane Milhim (Jr., 6-5, 310)    67 Brian Ostaszewski (Sr., 6-5, 304)
RT    77 *Brandon Heath (So., 6-6, 287)       78 *Erle Ladson (So., 6-6, 314)          RT    72 Nick Speller (Jr., 6-5, 334)       71 Ryan Young (Fr.r, 6-5, 293)
QB     9 *Tim Donnelly (Jr., 6-4, 201)        13 *Trevor Sasek (So., 6-6, 220)         QB    10 Kellen Pagel (So., 6-3, 212)        6 Brandon Hill (Fr.r, 6-5, 218)
RB    30 *Andrew Pierce (So., 5-11, 200)      28 *David Hayes (Jr., 5-9, 185)          RB    22 Jonathan Hernandez (Sr., 5-9, 195) 28 Jordan Broadnax (Fr., 5-9, 175)


                             DELAWARE DEFENSE                                                                  MASSACHUSETTS DEFENSE

LE    95 *Ethan Clark (Jr., 6-3, 245)         90 *Quincy Barr (Jr., 6-3, 265)          DT    93 Kevin Byrne (So., 6-3, 290)        90 Theo Agnew (So., 6-4, 262)
LT    99 *Irv Titre (So., 6-0, 285)           93 *Demitrius Hester (Sr., 6-2, 295)     NT    99 Charles Thompson (Jr., 6-2, 282)   49 Galen Clemons (So., 6-2, 275)
RT    49 *Matt Hardison (Sr., 6-4, 285)       46 Laith Wallschleger (Fr.r, 6-4, 270)   DT    95 Brandon Potvin (So., 6-1, 262)     55 Ryan Delaire (Fr.r, 6-4, 245)
RE    94 *Michael Atunrase (Sr., 6-2, 265)    53 *Jamaul Christopher (So., 6-2, 255)   OLB 46 Chad Hunte (Jr., 5-11, 212)          56 Greg Hilliard (Fr., 6-3, 205)
OLB 10 *Paul Worrilow (Jr., 6-0, 230)         37 Jessel Curry (So., 6-1, 215)          ILB   44 Perry McIntrye (Jr., 6-1, 230)     37 Tom Brandt (So., 6-0, 215)
MLB 58 Patrick Callaway (Fr., 5-10, 205)      45 *Eddie Lugo (Sr., 6-4, 230)           ILB   36 Tyler Holmes (Sr., 6-0, 224)       47 Tim Brandt (So., 6-0, 212)
OLB 40 *Andrew Harrison (Sr., 6-1, 220)       22 Leon Jackson (Jr., 6-1, 200)          OLB    7 D.J. Adeoba (Jr., 5-11, 217)       11 Courtney Jackson (Jr., 5-11, 212)
CB     2 *Marcus Burley (Jr., 5-10, 173)      14 Laquan James (Jr., 5-10, 182)         CB     2 Antoine Tharpe (So., 5-10, 190)    12 Quayshun Smith (Fr., 5-9, 160)
SS     3 *Tim Breaker (Jr., 6-0, 195)         38 Brandon Cheaton (Fr.r, 6-2, 195)      S     29 Ryan Carter (So., 5-11, 188)       13 Gary Correia (Sr., 6-1, 180)
FS    11 *Jake Giusti (So., 5-11, 185)         4 *Ricky Tunstall (Jr., 5-11, 188)      S     27 Darren Thellen (Jr., 6-2, 207)     17 Randall Jette (Fr., 5-11, 175)
CB     1 Travis Hawkins (So., 5-10, 195)      41 *Derek Coleman (So., 5-8, 165)        CB    21 Kirk Nelms (Fr.r, 5-10, 165)        9 Christian Birt (S., 6-2, 197)


                          DELAWARE SPECIALISTS                                                              MASSACHUSETTS SPECIALISTS

K     20 *Sean Baner (So., 6-1, 182)          23 Garrett Greenway (Fr., 5-8, 155)      K     96 Brendon Levengood (So., 6-1, 197) 92 Brandon Yelovich (Sr., 6-1, 200)
KO    20 *Sean Baner (So., 6-1, 182)          23 Garrett Greenway (Fr., 5-8, 155)      KO    92 Brandon Yelovich (Sr., 6-1, 200)   96 Brendon Levengood (So., 6-1, 197)
P     39 Rauley Zaragoza (Jr., 6-2, 170)      20 *Sean Baner (So., 6-1, 182)           P     41 Jeff Strait (So., 6-0, 197)        14 Ray Pendagast (Fr.r, 6-5, 200)
H      9 *Tim Donnelly (Jr., 6-4, 201)         8 Justin Burns (Fr.r, 6-5, 215)         H     41 Jeff Strait (So., 6-0, 197)        10 Kellen Pagel (So., 6-4, 212)
LS    89 *Corey Olsen (Jr., 5-11, 220)         6 *Mark Schenauer (Sr., 6-3, 212)       LS    58 Travis Tripucka (Sr., 6-2, 215)    47 Tim Brandt (So., 6-0, 212)
SS    65 Eddie Herr (So., 6-3, 245)           89 *Corey Olsen (Jr., 5-11, 220)         SS    58 Travis Tripucka (Sr., 6-2, 215)    47 Tim Brandt (So., 6-0, 212)
KOR    1 Travis Hawkins (So., 5-10, 190)      28 *David Hayes (Jr., 5-9, 185)          KOR    4 Jesse Julmiste (Sr., 5-10, 170)     1 Julian Talley (Sr., 6-1, 192)
PR     5 *Rob Jones (Jr., 5-10, 173)           2 *Marcus Burley (Jr., 5-10, 173)       PR     1 Julian Talley (Sr., 6-1, 192)      22 Jonathan Hernandez (Sr., 5-9, 195)
2011 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FOOTBALL ROSTER                                                                           70
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                                                                                                                             Nick Sulpizio......................Fr.r
                                                                                                                             Shea Allard *** ................Sr.
                                                                                                                                                                         DL
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                                                                                                                                                                                             Glassboro, N.J./Eastern Regional
                                                                                                                                                                                             Buzzards Bay, Mass./Wareham
No.   Name                               Cl.     Pos.    Ht.   Wt.   Hometown/H.S. (Last School)                      72     Jeff Haas ..........................So.     OL   6-6     325    Palermo, N.J./Ocean City
  1   Travis Hawkins ..................So.       DB     5-10   195   Rockville, Md./Q. Orchard (Maryland)             73     Matt Becker ......................So.       OL   6-6     305    Herndon, Va./Jefferson
  2   Marcus Burley **..............Jr.          DB     5-10   185   Richmond, Va./Highland Springs                   74     Alessio Azzari ....................Fr.r     DL   6-4     240    Mullica Hill, N.J./Gloucester Catholic
  3   Tim Breaker **..................Jr.        DB     6-0    195   Pilesgrove, N.J./Glassboro                       75     Chad Davis ** ..................Jr.         OL   6-4     290    Newark, Del./Newark
  4   Ricky Tunstall **................Jr.       DB     5-11   188   Bridgeton, N.J./Glassboro                        76     Christian Marchena ..........Fr.            OL   6-2     285    Hazlet, N.J./Raritan
  5   Rob Jones ** ....................Jr.       WR     5-10   185   Thontosassa, Fla./Armwood                        77     Brandon Heath * ..............So.           OL   6-6     300    West Chester, Pa./Henderson
  6   Mark Schenauer ***(C) ....Sr.              WR     6-3    210   Galloway, N.J./Absegami                          78     Erle Ladson * ....................So.       OL   6-6     330    Bronx, N.Y./Cardinal Hayes
  7   Kyle Hunte * ....................Jr.       LB     6-2    215   Brookline, Mass./Brookline (Northeast.)          79     Nick Cattolico ..................So.        OL   6-4     335    Delran, N.J./Delran
  8   Justin Burns ......................Fr.r    QB     6-5    215   Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta                       80     Cody Magill * ....................So.       TE   6-4     245    Darnestown, Md./Quince Orchard
  9   Tim Donnelly * ..................Jr.       QB     6-4    200   Myrtle Beach, S.C./Stephen Decatur (Md.)         81     D.J. Owens ........................Fr.      WR   6-6     205    Joppa, Md./John Carroll
10    Paul Worrilow ** (C)..........Jr.          LB     6-0    230   Wilmington, Del./Concord (Coffeyville CC)        82     Matt Rodriguez ................Fr.          TE   6-4     230    Lake Worth, Fla./Park Vista
 11   Jake Giusti * ....................So.      DB     5-11   185   Neptune Beach, Fla./Fletcher                     83     Chris Edgar........................Fr.      WR   6-1     200    Davidsonville, Md./Phillips Exeter Acad. (N.H.)
 12   Bobby Russo ** ................Sr.         WR     6-0    195   Sparta, N.J./Pope John XXIII                     84     Stephen Clark....................Fr.r       WR   6-2     170    Hampton, Va./Bethel
 13   Trevor Sasek * ..................So.       QB     6-6    220   Limerick, Pa./Spring-Ford                        85     Brian Brown ....................So.         WR   6-3     210    Marlton, N.J./Cherokee
 14   Laquan James ..................Jr.         DB     5-11   185   Syracuse, N.Y./Cicero-N. Syr. (Nassau CC)        86     Nick Boyle ........................Fr.      TE   6-4     235    Wantage, N.J./High Point Regional
 15   Blair Menefee....................Fr.r      DB     5-11   195   Newark, Del./Hodgson                             87     John Hodgkinson *............Jr.            WR   6-3     215    Newport Beach, Calif./Avon Old Farms (Conn.)
 16   Sam Miller ........................Fr.     RB     5-7    162   Los Angeles, Calif./Windward School              88     Sam Feleccia......................Fr.r      TE   6-3     230    Ambler, Pa./LaSalle
 17   Josh Morris........................Jr.     DB     5-9    190   Wilmington, Del./Concord (Mississippi St.)       89     Corey Olsen ......................So.       TE   5-11    225    Wilmington, Del./St. Mark's
18    Mike Milburn ....................So.       WR     6-4    218   Bowie, Md./DeMatha                               90     Quincy Barr * ....................Jr.       DL   6-3     265    Brandon, Fla./Riverview (Hofstra)
19    Nihja White ** ..................Jr.       WR     6-2    205   Wayne, Pa./Conestoga                             91     David Tinsley ....................Fr.       DL   6-0     270    Seffner, Fla./Armwood
 20   Sean Baner * ....................So.       K/P    6-1    195   Southampton, Pa./William Tennent                 92     Alex Pihakis * ..................So.        DL   6-0     265    Bridgeville, Pa./Canon-McMillan
 21   Chris Cordivari ..................Fr.      WR     6-1    185   Dowingtown, Pa./Bishop Shanahan                  93     Demitrius Hester *** ........Sr.            DL   6-2     295    Gibbstown, N.J./Paulsboro
22    Leon Jackson ** (C) ..........Jr.          LB     6-1    200   Jacksonville, Fla./Edward White                  94     Michael Atunrase *** ........Sr.            DL   6-2     265    Yardley, Pa./Lawrenceville (N.J.) School
 23   Garrett Greenway..............Fr.          K      5-8    155   Encinitas, Calif./La Costa Canyon                95     Ethan Clark * ..................Jr.         DL   6-3     245    Essex Junction, Vt./Essex
24    Mike Hirt * ......................Jr.      LB     6-1    225   Pittsburgh, Pa./North Hills                      96     Derrick Saulsberry ............Fr.r         DL   6-3     238    St. Mary’s, Ga./Camden County
 25   Justin McDonald ................Fr.r       DB     5-8    170   Kennett Square, Pa./Unionville                   97     Bobby Kennedy * ............So.             TE   6-4     295    Newark, Del./Caravel
 26   Ryan Cobb ........................Fr.r     TE     6-1    220   Saddle River, N.J./Don Bosco Prep (Virginia)     98     Logan Shultz ....................Fr.        DL   6-3     280    Orrtanna, Pa./Gettysburg
 27   Julian Laing ......................Jr.     RB     6-0    183   New Castle, Del./Timber Creek (N.J.)             99     Irvin Titre ** ....................So.      DL   6-0     285    Riviera Beach, Fla./Dwyer
                                                                     (Lackawanna CC)                                   -     Mark Bailey ......................Fr.       K    5-10    155    Newark, Del./Glasgow
28    David Hayes ** ................Jr.         RB     5-9    190   Howell, N.J./Howell                               -     Derek Dimino....................Fr.         QB   6-0     200    Monroe, N.Y./Don Bosco Prep
29    Chris Campbell *................Sr.        LB     6-1    235   Frederick, Md./Tuscarora                          -     Ryan Higgins ....................So.        DB   5-10    195    Roseland, N.J./West Essex (Montclair St.)
30    Andrew Pierce * ................So.        RB     5-11   200   Bridgeton, N.J./Cumberland Regional               -     Eric Platt............................Fr.   QB   6-1     180    Coral Gables, Fla./Belen Jesuit
31    Jerel Harrison....................Fr.      WR     6-0    205   Richmond, Va./Varina
32    Carl Smith ........................Jr.     LB     6-1    220   Richmond, Va./Highland Springs                   Head Coach: K.C. Keeler *=Letters Won C=Captains
33    Stephen St. Clair................Fr.r      DB     6-0    185   Bel Air, Md./John Carroll                        Assistants Coaches: Nick Rapone (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties), Jim Hofher (Offensive
34    Walter Davis *..................So.        RB     5-8    185   Seaford, Va./Ocean Lakes                         Coordinator/Quarterbacks), Damian Wroblewski (Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line), Brian Ginn
35    Colin Naugle ** ................Sr.        TE     6-4    250   Reading, Pa./Reading Central Catholic            (Passing Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers), Gregg Perry (Running Backs), David Boler (Tight Ends), Phil
36    Michael Johnson ................Fr.        WR     6-2    205   Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville                    Petitte (Defensive Line), Brad Sherrod (Linebackers), Henry Baker (Cornerbacks), Frank Law (Defensive
37    Jessel Curry ......................So.     LB     6-1    215   Buford, Ga./Buford (Auburn)                      Line Assistant), Brian Brown (Graduate Assistant/Defense), Andy Marino (Graduate Assistant/Offense),
38    Brandon Cheaton ..............Fr.r         DB     6-2    195   Middletown, Del./Caravel                         Fritz Stueber (Student Assistant), Augie Maurelli (Assistant AD/Strength & Conditioning), John Smith (Head
39    Rauley Zaragoza ..............Jr.          P      6-2    170   Azusa, Calif./Azusa (Citrus College)             Athletic Trainer), Dan Watson (Assistant Athletic Trainer), Jerry Oravitz (Football Operations), Dave Baylor
40    Andrew Harrison *** (C) ..Sr.              LB     6-1    220   Richmond, Va./Highland Springs                   (Personal Development Coach), Dr. Andrew Reisman (Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Physician), Dr.
41    Derek Coleman * ..............So.          DB     5-8    165   Woodstock, Md./Marriott Ridge                    Geoffrey Gustavsen (Sports Medicine Physician)
42    Rick Bell............................Fr.   WR     6-0    175   Wilmington, Del./Salesianum
43    Joey Quigg........................Fr.r     DB     5-10   175   Ashburn, Va./Broad Run                           Pronuncation Guide:
44    Derek Battle ....................Fr.       LB     6-2    185   Charlotte, N.C./Providence                        1    Laquan James (luh-kwan)                                  70     Nick Sulpizio (sul-pee-zio)
45    Eddie Lugo ***..................Sr.        LB     6-4    230   Brooklyn, N.Y./Poly Prep Country Day
                                                                                                                       4    Ricky Tunstall (ton-stull)                               71     Shea Allard (al-urd)
46    Laith Wallschleger..............Fr.r       DL     6-4    270   Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes
                                                                                                                       6    Mark Schenauer (shin-hour)                               74     Alessio Azzari (uh-less-ee-o uh-zar-ee)
47    Jake Campbell ..................Fr.r       DB     5-11   205   Hershey, Pa./Hershey
                                                                                                                      10    Paul Worrilow (war-uh-low)                               76     Christian Marchena (mar-chenna)
48    Eric Farkas ......................Fr.      DB/K   6-0    185   Heathrow, Fla./Seminole
                                                                                                                      11    Jake Giusti (justy)                                      78     Erle Ladson (earl)
49    Matt Hardison * ................Sr.        DL     6-4    290   Freehold, N.J./Freehold
                                                                                                                      12    Bobby Russo (roo-so)                                     79     Nick Cattolico (catta-lee-co)
50    Rob McDowell *** ............Sr.           OL     6-3    285   Silver Spring, Md./DeMatha
                                                                                                                      13    Trevor Sasek (sass-ick)                                  80     Cody Magill (muh-gill)
51    Michael Kastel ..................Fr.       DL     6-7    225   St. Charles, Ill./Phillips Exeter Acad. (N.H.)
                                                                                                                      15    Blair Menefee (men-uh-fee)                               88     Sam Feleccia (fuh-leesha)
52    Kyle Gayle ........................Fr.r    LB     6-2    210   Montclair, N.J./Montclair
                                                                                                                      19    Nihja White (nigh-juh)                                   92     Alex Pihakis (puh-hay-cuss)
53    Jamaul Christopher * ........So.           DL     6-2    255   Jacksonville, Fla./Fletcher
                                                                                                                      20    Sean Baner (bay-nur)                                     94     Michael Atunrase (at-tin-rah-shea)
54    Jake Geiser ......................Fr.r     OL     6-3    275   Columbia, Md./DeMatha
55    Will Nagle *** ..................Sr.       OL     6-4    290   Green Harbor, Mass./Marshfield                   21    Chris Cordivari (core-duhvary)                           99     Irv Titre (tee-tree)
56    Gino Gradkowski ** (C) ....Sr.             OL     6-4    295   Pittsburgh, Pa./Seton-LaSalle (W. Virginia)      27    Julian Laing (lang)
57    Jeff Williams ....................Fr.      LB     6-2    186   Freeport, N.Y./Freeport                          31    Jerel Harrison (juh-rell)                                Staff
58    Patrick Callaway................Fr.        LB     5-10   205   Decatur, Ga./Martin Luther King                  35    Colin Naugle (nawgle)                                    Nick Rapone (ruh-pone)
60    Jake Reynolds ..................Fr.        LB     6-3    245   Frisco, Tex./Trinity Christ. Acad. (Air Force)   39    Rauley Zaragoza (rawley zara-go-zuh)                     Jim Hofher (hoffer)
61    Justin Glenn ......................Fr.     OL     6-3    250   Newark, Del./A.I. duPont                         45    Eddie Lugo (lou-go)                                      Damian Wroblewski (row-blue-ski)
62    Max Sarmento ..................Fr.         LB     6-2    200   Richmond, Va./Deep Run                           46    Laith Wallschleger (wall-shlay-gur)                      Brian Ginn (hard g)
63    Brian Purnell ....................Fr.      LB     6-2    225   Woodbury, N.J./Woodbury (Hargrave M.A.)          51    Michael Kastel (kuh-stell)                               Phil Petitte (puh-teet)
64    Charles Gushue * ..............Jr.         OL     6-2    325   Spring City, Pa./Shawnee, (N.J.)                 54    Jake Geiser (geyser)                                     Brad Sherrod (shuh-rod)
65    Eddie Herr ........................So.     LS     6-3    245   Elkton, Md./Elkton                               55    Will Nagle (nay-gull)
67    JD Dzurko ........................Fr.r     OL     6-3    280   North Wales, Pa./North Penn                      64    Charles Gushue (guh-shoe)
69    Ben Curtis ........................Fr.     OL     6-5    260   Columbia, Md./Calvert Hall                       67    JD Dzurko (zurko)
2011 GAME BY GAME RECAPS                                                                                    #8 DELAWARE ..........................................................28
                                                                                                            West Chester ............................................................17
Navy ..........................................................................40                           September 10, 2011 • Delaware Stadium (19,593)

#5 DELAWARE ..........................................................17                                    NEWARK, Del. -- All-American RB Andrew Pierce needed just two plays to cover 56 yards and
September 3, 2011 • Navy-Marine Corps Stadium (34,117)                                                      his 44-yard touchdown vaunt early in the final stanza was just what the No. 8 Hens needed to
                                                                                                            pull away for a hard-fought victory in the home opener.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Navy quarterbacks have a history of big games against the University of                          The Blue Hens (1-1) jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead after scoring two touchdowns
Delaware. Senior Kriss Proctor added to that legacy as he ran for 176 yards and three touch-                in a span of just 17 seconds and held off the Golden Ram comeback. The Hens upended their
downs and passed for another score as the Mids spoiled the season opener for the Blue Hens.                 nearby NCAA Division II rivals for the 17th straight time since 1993 but the margin of victory
      The No. 5 ranked Blue Hens, last year's NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision             was the smallest since a 24-17 triumph in 1996.
national runner-up, were able to pile up 363 yards of offense but too many missed opportuni-                       Pierce, the 2010 CAA Rookie of the Year, ran 25 times for 153 yards and two touchdowns
ties proved to be Delaware's undoing.                                                                       to lead the attack. He also caught a career-high seven passes for 32 yards during the game.
      Sophomore All-American running back Andrew Pierce, the 2011 Colonial Athletic                                The game looked like it would be a blowout early on as the Hens scored three touchdowns
Association Co-Player of the Year, led the way for the Hens, rushing for 119 yards and capping              in the first stanza to take a 21-0 lead. Sophomore LB Jessel Curry, a first-year transfer from
the scoring with a one-yard burst with 2:54 left that capped a 78-yard drive. The 100-yard effort           Auburn, made his Delaware Stadium debut memorable as he rambled 34 yards with an inter-
was the eighth of Pierce's young career as a Blue Hen.                                                      ception return to open the scoring just over six minutes into the contest.
      Quarterbacks Trevor Sasek and Tim Donnelly also showed signs of good things to come.                         Pierce scored his first touchdown of the night when he ran seven yards and leaped into the
Sasek, who started the game after winning a battle with Donnelly, completed 9 of 19 passes for              end zone with 34 seconds left in the stanza for a 14-0 lead. Just 17 seconds later, the lead was
82 yards and scored the Hens' first touchdown on a 21-yard run before leaving the game in the               up to 21-0 as Irv Titre recovered a bad snap at the West Chester 28-yard line to set up Donnelly’s
second half with a knee contusion. Donnelly hit on 7 of 9 passes for 60 yards.                              first career touchdown pass, a 28-yarder to a wide-open Mark Schenauer.
      Proctor, a first-year starter for the Mids, broke away on a 75-yard scoring jaunt on just the                However, the Rams held tough and never let the Hens pull away. Rondell White got the
fourth play of the game and later scored on runs of 27 yards in the third quarter and one-yard              Rams on the board with a two-yard scoring run just under two minutes into the second stanza,
early in the final stanza. He also hit Aaron Santiago on a 12-yard scoring toss midway through              ending a streak of nine quarters and 143 minutes that Delaware had held West Chester without
the final stanza to push the Navy lead to 40-10.                                                            a point in the series. The Rams (0-2) pulled to within 21-10 on 27-yard field goal by Shawn Leo.
      Delaware's defense, which lost eight starters and three All-Americans from a unit that led                   Following a scoreless third quarter, West Chester pulled to within 21-17 with 10:56 left in
the nation in scoring defense a year ago when it gave up just 12.1 points per game, allowed its             the final quarter as backup QB Matt Carroll scrambled out of the pocket and hit LaRonn Lee with
highest point total since a 41-7 setback to CAA foe James Madison in 2008.                                  a 14-yard touchdown pass in the left corner of the end zone.
      Navy, which went 9-4 a year ago and advanced to the Poinsettia Bowl, always features one                     But the Hens quickly but a damper on the Rams’ upset plans. After Travis Hawkins returned
of the most explosive running attacks in NCAA Division I football and this year will be no differ-          the kickoff 38 yards to the Delaware 44-yard line, Pierce took over. He ran for 12 yards on first
ent. The Mids' triple-option attack piled up 391 yards rushing and 437 yards total.                         down and then broke loose on his pivotal 44-yard scoring run down the right side on the next
                                                                                                            play to give Delaware some breathing room with 10:10 remaining.
Delaware ......................0           7            3              7           -        17                     Delaware locked up the win as they burned 5:15 off the clock with an 11-play drive and
Navy..............................7       14           10              0           -        31
                                                                                                            then got the ball back when Leon Jackson intercepted a with 3:13 left.
Navy - Proctor 75 run (Teague kick), 13:35 left (1st Q)
Navy - Santiago 13 run (Teague kick blocked), 2:29 (1st)                                                    West Chester................0          10            0              7           -       21
Navy - FG Teague 36, 6:43 (2nd)                                                                             Delaware ....................21         0            0              7           -       28
Delaware - Sasek 21 run (Baner kick), 2:08 (2nd)
                                                                                                            Delaware - Curry 34 interception return (Baner kick), 8:47 left (1st Q)
Navy - FG Teague 54, :25 (2nd)
                                                                                                            Delaware - Pierce 7 run (Baner kick), :34 (1st)
Navy - Proctor 27 run (Teague kick), 10:03 (3rd)
                                                                                                            Delaware - Schenauer 28 pass from Donnelly (Baner kick), :17 (1st)
Delaware - FG Baner 25, 4:51 (3rd)
                                                                                                            WCU - White 2 run (Leo kick), 13:29 (2nd)
Navy - Proctor 1 run (Teague kick), 13:08 (4th)
                                                                                                            WCU - FG Leo 27, 3:00 (2nd)
Navy - Santiago 12 pass from Proctor (Teague kick), 8:13 (4th)
                                                                                                            WCU - Lee 14 pass from Carroll (Leo kick), 10:56 (4th)
Delaware - Pierce 1 run (Baner kick), 2:54 (4th)                                                            Delaware - Pierce 44 run (Baner kick), 10:10 (4th)
                            NAVY                    TEAM STATISTICS                          UD                                    WCU                     TEAM STATISTICS                          UD
                               22 ....................First Downs ........................22                                          21 ....................First Downs ........................20
                          59-391 ....................Rushes-Yards......................37-220                                      27-60 ....................Rushes-Yards......................58-200
                        4--7-1-46 ....................Passing ................................17-29-1-143                    24-44-2-300 ....................Passing ................................21-29-0
                              437 ....................Total Offense ......................363                                        360 ....................Total Offense ......................315
                             1-47 ....................Punts-Avg. ..........................4-36.5                                 4-45.5 ....................Punts-Avg. ..........................5-44.8
                              0-0 ....................Fumbles-lost........................2-1                                        1-1 ....................Fumbles-lost........................0-0
                              0-0 ....................Penalties-yards ..................5-50                                        2-13 ....................Penalties-yards ..................7-73
                            32:25 ....................Time of Possession ............27:35                                         27:25 ....................Time of Possession ............32:35
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: Rushing - Delaware, Andrew Pierce, 20-119, David Hayes, 8-61, Trevor                    INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: Rushing - WCU, Matt Carroll, 9-29, Rondell White, 6-22, Sean
Sasek, 4-38, Tim Donnelly, 1-11, Rob Jones, 1-6, Team, 3-(-15); Navy, Kriss Proctor, 22-176,                McCartney, 3-14, Tim Keyser, 1-(-2), Jackson Fagan, 8-(-3); Delaware, Andrew Pierce, 25-123,
Alexander Teich, 14-65, Aaron Santiago, 6-56, Gee Gee Greene, 4-38, Delvin Diggs, 3-15, John                David Hayes, 10-51, Tim Donnelly, 3-3, Team, 3 (-35); Passing - WCU, McCartney, 14-28-2-184,
Howell, 2-13, Darius Staten, 1-11, Mike Patrick, 1-8, Bo Snelson, 2-7, Trey Miller, 3-3, Team, 1-(-1);      Carroll, 10-14-0-116, Team, 0-1-0-0, Mike Mattei, 0-1-0-0; Delaware, Donnelly, 21-28-0-173,
Passing - Delaware, Sasek, 9-19-0-82, Donnelly, 7-9-1-60, Jones, 1-1-0-1; Navy - Proctor, 4-7-              Team, 0-1-0-0; Receiving - WCU, White, 8-83, LaRonn Lee, 5-111, Keyser, 3-33, Fagan, 3-28, Matt
1-46; Receiving - Delaware, Jones, 5-73, Pierce, 4-20, Mark Schenauer, 3-31, Nihja White, 2-16,             McLaughlin, 2-22, Eric Brundidge, 1-8, Sean Beahan, 1-8, Jim Kelly, 1-7; Delaware, Pierce, 7-32,
Bobby Russo, 1-7, Sasek, 1-1, Hayes, 1-(-5); Navy - Brandon Turner, 2-29, Santiago, 1-12, Matt              Bobby Russo, 6-35, Mark Schenauer, 4-65, Rob Jones, 3-31, Stephen Clark, 1-10.
Aiken, 1-5.
#7 DELAWARE ..........................................................45                                   #7 DELAWARE ..........................................................27
Delaware State ..........................................................0                                 Old Dominion ............................................................17
September 17, 2011 • Delaware Stadium (18,011)                                                             September 24, 2011 • Delaware Stadium (16,789)
      NEWARK, Del. -- This rivalry game was over early as No. 7 Delaware clicked on every cylin-                 NEWARK, Del. -- Delaware overcame some early miscues to post the victory over league new-
der, jumping out to a 35-0 halftime lead and posting a big victory over in-state foe Delaware State.       comer Old Dominion as Tim Donnelly’s 32-yard touchdown pass to Rob Jones early in the final stan-
      Tim Donnelly was nearly flawless, completing 13 of 14 passes for 221 yards and two touch-            za put the No. 7 Blue Hens up for good.
downs, backs Andrew Pierce and Walter Davis each went over the 100-yard mark, and Nihja White                    ODU (3-1, 0-1 CAA), a first-year member of the CAA in only its third season of football, lost for
caught seven passes for 122 yards to lead an offense that piled up 512 yards of total offense. Davis       the first time this season while the Hens (3-1, 1-0 CAA) won their third straight.
(108 yards) surpassed the mark for the first time.                                                               Donnelly, the national leader with an 80 percent pass completion mark, continued his hot play
      Donnelly, who completed his first seven passes, was selected as the Nate Beasley MVP for the         as he completed 26 of 39 passes for 304 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning toss
game. Donnelly’s .928 passing percentage was the second best in school history, trailing only an 11        to Jones with 9:29 left to play to help the Hens overcome a 17-16 deficit.
for 11 performance by Bill Vergantino vs. Towson in 1992. His 272.6 passing rating was the sixth best            Delaware gave up a touchdown off a bad punt snap, had a field goal blocked, and fumbled the
mark in UD history.                                                                                        ball away deep inside ODU territory in the first quarter to go down early.
      The two schools, the state’s only NCAA Division I institutions and located 45 miles apart, never           Donnelly hooked up with Jones on the first play from scrimmage after Travis Hawkins had
met on the football field until a 44-7 NCAA playoff win by the Blue Hens in 2007. The teams met again      returned a kickoff 60 yards to ODU 32-yard line. Donnelly found Jones across the middle and junior
in 2009 with Delaware claiming a hard-fought 27-17 victory.                                                receiver just barely got into the end zone for the score. Donnelly then connected with Nihja White on
      The Delaware defense was just as dominating as the Blue Hens held the Hornets (2-1) to just          the two-point conversion to give Delaware some breathing room at 24-17.
four first downs and 112 total yards while forcing three turnovers, including a 32-yard fumble return            Delaware then put the final touches on the win as kicker Sean Baner booted his school-record
for a touchdown by Jake Giusti that extended the lead to 28-0 in the second quarter. The Hornets pro-      tying fourth field goal of the game with 42 seconds left from 43 yard out to push the margin to 27-
duced -3 yard rushing for the night and were 0 for 10 on third downs.                                      17. Baner, who tied the UD record of four field goals in a game set by Jon Striefsky vs. Navy in 2009,
      Pierce carried 15 times for 106 yards and scored three touchdowns, including a seven-yard            earlier had converted kicks from 20, 39, and 40 yards.
scamper with 11:25 left in the third quarter that pushed him over 100 yards for the game and over                The Monarchs, who were held under 40 points for the first time this season and to 24 points
2,000 for his career. He is the first Blue Hen runner to pass the 2,000-yard mark as a sophomore.          under their scoring average, had taken the lead when QB Thomas DeMarco hit Antonio Vaughan on a
      In addition to his 11-yard touchdown reception, White set up Pierce’s one-yard scoring dive mid-     nine-yard scoring strike with 9:50 left in the game to complete an 81-yard drive that was highlight-
way through the second quarter with a nifty career-long 59-yard grab off a perfect pass from Donnelly      ed by a 15-yard run by punter Jonathan Plisco off a fake on fourth down play at their own 23-yard
to the Delaware State one-yard line.                                                                       line. Plisco, an All-American, also averaged 48.6 yards on seven punts on the day.
      Delaware got things going early as Donnelly hit TE Colin Naugle all alone over the middle for a            Delaware, however, came right back with Hawkins’ 60-yard kickoff return, Donnelly’s scoring
43-yard scoring toss on the Hens’ first possession and Pierce capped a season-long 96-yard march on        toss to Jones, and Baner’s record-tying field goal to put the game away.
the second drive of the game with a three-yard dive for a 14-0 lead first-quarter lead. The Hens con-            ODU took the early lead when Chris Lovitt recovered a bad snap on a punt by Delaware and
trolled the ball for nearly 12 minutes in the opening stanza.                                              returned the fumble 18 yards for a 7-0 lead. But Delaware came back, using two Baner field goals,
      White hauled in an 11-yard touchdown pass from Donnelly just over a minute into the second           including a 40-yarder that was set up by a Marcus Burley interception, and a seven-yard scoring strike
stanza and Giusti followed with his fumble return for a score just three minutes later. A one-yard burst   from Donnelly to White 42 seconds before halftime to take a 13-7 into the break.
by Pierce with 7:58 left in the second quarter gave the Hens a 35-0 cushion at the break.
      Unlike last week when the Hens let a 21-0 first quarter lead against West Chester vanish before      Old Dominion................7           0             3            7            -       17
holding off the Rams for a 28-17 victory, Delaware did not let up this time. Pierce’s seven-yard scor-     Delaware ......................3       10             0           14            -       27
ing run with 11:25 left in the third quarter pushed the lead to 42-0 and Sean Baner’s career-long 47-
yard field goal with 4:44 left capped the scoring.                                                         ODU - Lovitt 18 fumble return (Brown kick), 6:39 left (1st Quarter)
                                                                                                           Delaware - FG Bander 40, 2:15 (1st Q)
Delaware State............0             0           0             0           -        0
                                                                                                           Delaware - FG Baner 39, 9:13 (2nd Q)
Delaware ....................14        21          10             0           -       45
                                                                                                           Delaware - White 7 pass from Donnelly (Baner kick), :42 (2nd Q)
Delaware - Naugle 43 pass from Donnelly (Baner kick), 11:58 left (1st Q)                                   ODU - FG Brown 20, :42 (3rd Q)
Delaware - Pierce 3 run (Baner kick0, 3:39 (1st Q)                                                         Delaware - FG Baner 20, 12:12 (4th Q)
Delaware - White 11 pass from Donnelly (Baner kick), 13:56 (2nd Q)                                         ODU - Vaughan 9 pass from DeMarco (Brown kick), 9:50 (4th Q)
Delaware - Giusti 32 fumble return (Baner kick), 11:06 (2nd Q)                                             Delaware - Jones 32 pass from Donnelly (White pass from Donnelly), 9:29 (4th Q)
Delaware - Pierce 1 run (Baner kick), 7:58 (2nd Q)                                                         Delaware - FG Baner 43 (4th Q)
Delaware - Pierce 7 run (Baner kick), 11:25 (3rd Q)
Delaware - FG Baner 47, 4:44 (3rd Q)                                                                                                ODU                     TEAM STATISTICS                         UD
                     DSU                     TEAM STATISTICS                         UD                                                17 ....................First Downs ........................19
                        21 ....................First Downs ........................20                                             31-126 ....................Rushes-Yards......................38-80
                     27-60 ....................Rushes-Yards......................58-200                                      23-46-1-207 ....................Passing ................................26-39-0-304
              24-44-2-300 ....................Passing ................................21-29-0                                         333 ....................Total Offense ......................384
                       360 ....................Total Offense ......................315                                             7-48.6 ....................Punts-Avg. ..........................5-43.6
                    4-45.5 ....................Punts-Avg. ..........................5-44.8                                            3-1 ....................Fumbles-lost........................3-2
                       1-1 ....................Fumbles-lost........................0-0                                               8-66 ....................Penalties-yards ..................3-25
                      2-13 ....................Penalties-yards ..................7-73                                               27:05 ....................Time of Possession ............32:55
                     27:25 ....................Time of Possession ............32:35
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: Rushing - DelState, Jaashawn Jones, 5-9, Josh Bailey, 4-6, Team, 1-(-                  INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: Rushing - Old Dominion, Colby Goodwyn, 13-48, Thomas DeMarco, 13-
1), Travis Tarpley, 1-(-1), Nick Elko, 4-(-16); Delaware, Walter Davis, 19-108, Andrew Pierce, 15-         43, Jonathan Plisco, 1-15, Angus Harper, 3-11, Antonio Vaughan, 1-9; Delaware, David Hayes, 20-
106, David Hayes, 7-40, Leon Jackson, 5-20, Rob Jones, 1-11, Tim Donnelly, 2-(-6), Team, 4-(-10);          66, Andrew Pierce, 14-21, Nihja White, 1-9, Tim Donnelly, 1-9, Walter Davis, 1-1, Team, 1-(-26);
Passing - DelState, Elko, 17-25-1-115; Delaware, Donnelly, 13-14-0-221, Burns, 5-5-0-22;                   Passing - ODU, DeMarco, 23-46-1-207; Delaware, Donnelly, 26-39-0-304; Receiving - ODU,
Receiving - DelState, Tarpley, 4-16, Milton Williams, 3-44, Darius Jackson, 3-21, Ryan Langdon,            Reid Evans, 8-80, Nick Mayers, 6-65, Prentice Gill, 3-19, Goodwyn, 2-16, Vaughan, 2-9, Larry
3-15, Jahmel Bashir, 1-8, Justin Brewton, 1-6, Bailey, 1-3, J. Jones, 1-2; Delaware, White, 7-122,         Pinkard, 1-9, Harper, 1-9; Delaware, White, 7-117, Bobby Russo, 5-38, Rob Jones, 3-60; Colin
W. Davis, 3-19, Naugle, 2-51, Russo, 2-30, Pierce, 1-11, Cobb, 1-7, Olsen, 1-5, Hayes, 1-(-2).             Naugle, 3-28, Pierce, 3-19, Hayes, 3-19, Mark Schenauer, 2-23.
Maine ........................................................................31                          #13 DELAWARE........................................................21
#6 DELAWARE ..........................................................17                                  #9 William & Mary....................................................0
October 1, 2011 • Alfond Stadium (6,000)                                                                  October 8, 2011 • Delaware Stadium (17,808)
      ORONO, Maine -- Delaware took a three-point lead late in the third quarter on a 13-yard                   NEWARK, Del. -- No. 13 Delaware bounced back in a big way as the Blue Hens held No.
touchdown run by Andrew Pierce, but host Maine scored the final 17 points of the game as the              9 William & Mary scoreless for the first time in 14 years and posted a rare CAA shutout.
Black Bears won their CAA opener at rain-soaked Alfond Stadium.                                                 The Blue Hens (4-2, 2-1 CAA), who extended their home winning streak to seven games
      No. 6 ranked Delaware (3-2, 1-1 CAA) had its three-game winning streak snapped and lost             and won for the 14th time in the last 15 outings at Delaware Stadium, held the Tribe (3-3, 1-2
for just the fourth time in 14 trips to Orono. The Blue Hens had won two straight over Maine,             CAA) to just 11 first downs and 210 total yards for the game. William & Mary, annually one of
and had taken three of their last four trips to Alfond Stadium.                                           the league’s top offensive teams, was shutout for the first time in 154 games since Delaware
      The Black Bears (3-1, 1-0 CAA), whose only loss this season came by six points to Big East          knocked off the Tribe 14-0 during the 1997 season at Delaware Stadium.
opponent Pittsburgh, gave head coach Jack Cosgrove his 100th career victory in his 19th season                  Delaware bounced back from a 31-17 loss at Maine the previous week, a game in which
at Maine with their second straight victory.                                                              the Hens had a three-game win streak snapped as the Hens allowed 477 total yards and gave
      Maine enjoyed a big 477-278 advantage in total offense as running back Pushaun James                up numerous big plays to the Black Bears.
ran for 193 yards and three touchdowns, including two scores in the final stanza as the Black                   All-American RB Andrew Pierce led the Blue Hen offensive attack as he rushed 28 times for
Bears pulled away. Maine quarterback Warren Smith was equally adept, completing 18 of 27                  a season-high 143 yards and scored on a four-year burst early in the second quarter to give the
passes for 264 yards and a touchdown. The Black Bears had four plays go for 37 or more yards              Hens a 14-0 lead. He went over the 100-yard mark for the fifth time in six games this season
from scrimmage, including a 70-yard jaunt by Jones that set up a fourth quarter score.                    and for the 12th time in 21 career games at Delaware. He also moved into ninth place on the
      Delaware quarterback Tim Donnelly lost for the first time in four career starts as he was           all-time UD rushing list with 2,287 yards, passing Norman Coleman (2,215 yards in 1993-96).
intercepted four times on the day, including twice in the final stanza as the Hens were thwarted          Pierce also caught a game-high seven passes for 26 yards.
in their final quarter comeback attempt.                                                                        QB Tim Donnelly, who had a rough outing last week vs. Maine when he threw four inter-
      Pierce rushed for 120 yards and a touchdown to lead the Blue Hen running game and also              ceptions, also rebounded well for the Hens as he completed 16 of 24 passes for 124 yards and
caught eight passes for 34 yards on the day.                                                              tossed scoring passes of 29 yards to senior Bobby Russo in the first quarter and 11 yards to Nihja
      In a game that featured four lead changes, Maine struck first as Brown scored his first             White in the fourth quarter to put the game away. For Russo, it was his first career touchdown.
touchdown of the day on a 26-yard romp with 6:31 left in the opening stanza. But Delaware                 Donnelly engineered two scoring drives that went for 90 or more yards.
came back to take a 10-7 lead into intermission as Donnelly hit tight end Colin Naugle with a                   Delaware’s defense posted its second shutout of the season and its second in league play in
16-yard over-the -shoulder catch in the end zone just over a minute into the second quarter and           the last two season. The Hens shutdown Delaware State 45-0 back on Sept. 17 of this season and
Sean Baner connected on a 46-yard field goal just over two minutes later.                                 downed league foe Towson 48-0 last November, both at Delaware Stadium. Junior linebacker
      Maine regained the lead on a 37-yard scoring pass over the middle from Smith to Damarr              Paul Worrilow paced the Hens defense with 11 tackles and Andrew Harrison and Travis Hawkins
Aultman with 8:58 left in the third stanza, but Delaware answered again as Pierce scored on a             each intercepted a pass. The Tribe did not have a drive go longer than 49 yards and none last-
13-yard burst around the right side with 3:40 left in the third quarter for a 17-14 UD lead.              ed longer than 4:08. William & Mary had only five drives go past midfield and never got closer
      The rest of night belonged to the Black Bears as Brown scored on an 18-yard run on the              than the Delaware 17-yard line.
first play of the fourth quarter to give Maine the lead for good at 21-17 and added a five-yard                 William & Mary’s Michael Paulus got the start for the Tribe, filling in for starter Michael
scoring run six minutes later.                                                                            Graham, who missed the game with an illness. Paulus completed just 10 of 24 passes for 84
                                                                                                          yards and two interceptions before being relieved by Brent Caprio, who was 5 of 8 for 50 yards.
Delaware ......................0         10             0            7            -       17
                                                                                                          William & Mary senior RB Jonathan Grimes, who shared CAA Pre-Season Player of the Year hon-
Maine ............................7       0             7           17            -       31
                                                                                                          ors with Pierce, was held to just 47 yards rushing on 15 carries.
Maine - Brown 26 run (Harvey kick), 6:13 left (1st Quarter)
Delaware - Naugle 17 pass from Donnelly (Baner kick), 13:48 (2nd Q)                                       William & Mary ..........0               0            0             0           -        0
Delaware - Baner 46 FG, 11:23 (2nd Q)                                                                     Delaware ......................7         7            0             7           -       21
Maine - Aultman 37 pass from W. Smith (Harvey kick), 8:58 (3rd Q)                                         Delaware - Russo 29 pass from Donnelly (Baner kick), 6:57 (1st Quarter)
Delaware - Pierce 13 run (Baner kick), 3:40 (3rd Q)                                                       Delaware - Pierce 4 run (Baner kick), 13:43 (2nd Quarter)
Maine - Brown 18 run (Harvey kick), 14:54 (4th Q)                                                         Delaware - White 11 pass from Donnelly (Baner kick), 13:19 (4th Quarter)
Maine - Brown 4 run (Harvey kick), 8:01 (4th Q)
Maine - FG Harvey 31, 5:30 (4th Q)                                                                                                 WM                     TEAM STATISTICS                          UD
                                                                                                                                     11 ....................First Downs ........................19
                            UM                     TEAM STATISTICS                         UD                                     21-71 ....................Rushes-Yards......................45-214
                              18 ....................First Downs ........................22                                 16-35-2-139 ....................Passing ................................16-25-1-124
                         31-213 ....................Rushes-Yards......................35-115                                        210 ....................Total Offense ......................338
                    18-27-2-264 ....................Passing ................................24-45-4-163                          7-38.3 ....................Punts-Avg. ..........................4-48.0
                             477 ....................Total Offense ......................278                                        0-0 ....................Fumbles-lost........................1-1
                          6-32.3 ....................Punts-Avg. ..........................4-32.5                                   4-45 ....................Penalties-yards ..................5-50
                             0-0 ....................Fumbles-lost........................2-0                                      25:25 ....................Time of Possession ............34:35
                            7-65 ....................Penalties-yards ..................4-25
                           28:33 ....................Time of Possession ............31:27                 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: Rushing - Wm. & Mary, Jonathan Grimes, 15-47, Keith McBride, 3-
                                                                                                          21, Tre McBride, 1-5, Michael Paulus, 1-3, Brent Caprio, 1-(-15); Delaware, Andrew Pierce, 28-143,
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: Rushing - Delaware, Andrew Pierce, 24-120, David Hayes, 5-28, Rob                     David Hayes, 8-31, Michael Johnson, 2-26, Tim Donnelly, 4-10, Trevor Sasek, 1-7, Team, 2-(-3);
Jones, 1-2, Tim Donnelly, 5-(-35); Maine, Pushaun Brown, 23-193; Warren Smith, 4-15, Terrel               Passing - Wm. & Mary, Paulus, 10-24-2-84, Caprio, 5-8-0-50, Raphael Ortiz, 1-3-0-5;
Walker, 4-5; Passing - Delaware, Donnelly, 24-45-4-163; Maine - Smith, 18-27-2-264;                       Delaware, Donnelly, 16-24-1-124, Sasek, 0-1-0-0; Receiving - Wm. & Mary, D.J. Mangas, 6-
Receiving - Delaware, Pierce, 8-34, Nihja White, 7-52, Colin Naugle, 4-45, Bobby Russo, 2-13,             61, Grimes, 3-11, Alex Gottlieb, 2-39, Ryan Woolfolk, 2-15, C.J. Thomas, 1-5, T. McBride, 1-5, K.
Boyle, 1-11, Mark Schenauer, 1-4, Hayes, 1-4; Maine - Derek Session, 4-111, Justin Perillo, 4-62,         McBride, 1-3; Delaware, Pierce, 7-26, Rob Jones, 3-22, Mark Schenauer, 2-22, Nihja White, 2-20,
Damarr Aultman, 3-49, Maurice McDonald, 3-24, Carlton Charles, 1-10, Brown, 1-6, Josh Spearin, 1-         Bobby Russo, 1-29, Colin Naugle, 1-5.
3, Chris Reagan, 1-(-1)
                          2011 DELAWARE GAME BY GAME STATISTICS / GAME BY GAME STARTERS
GAME STATISTICS                      1ST D       RUSH-YDS. PASS YDS. PASSES TOT. YDS. PUNT-AVG.                             FUM-LST PEN.-YDS             POSS.       3RD DWN.

#5 DELAWARE (17) L ..........22                    37-220              143        17-29-1        363          4-36.5             2-1            5-45         27:35        7-14
at Navy (40)..............................22       59-391               46          4-7-1        437          1-47.0             0-0             0-0         32:25        7-13

#8 DELAWARE (28) W ........20                      41-142              173        21-29-0        315          5-44.8             0-0            7-73         32:35        5-14
West Chester (17) ......................21          27-60              300        24-44-2        360          4-45.5             1-1            2-13         27:25        3-13

#7 DELAWARE (45) W ........24                      53-269              243        18-19-0        512          3-33.3             2-0            8-65         38:50        7-12
Delaware State (0) ......................4         15-(-3)             115        17-25-1        112          8-41.0             2-2            5-44         21:10        0-10

#7 DELAWARE (27) W ........19                       38-80              304        26-39-0        384          5-43.6             3-2            3-25         32:55        5-17
Old Dominion (17) ....................17           31-126              207        23-46-1        333          7-48.6             3-1            8-66         27:05        4-17

#6 DELAWARE (17) L ..........22                    35-115              163        24-45-4        278          4-32.5             2-0            4-25         31:27        9-17
Maine (31) ................................18      31-213              264        18-27-2        477          6-32.3             0-0            7-65         28:33         1-9

#13 DELAWARE (21) W ......19                       45-214              124        16-25-1        338          4-48.0             1-1            5-50         34:35        9-16
#9 William & Mary (0) ..............11              21-71              139        16-35-2        210          7-38.3             0-0            4-45         25:25        1-13



                                                                              GAME BY GAME STARTERS

OFFENSE                                  QB       RB           WR           WR            WR          TE             LT          LG                 C             RG              RT
Navy....................................Sasek    Pierce       White      Schenauer        Russo      Naugle        Allard    Gradkowski          McDowell        Nagle           Heath
West Chester ......................Donnelly      Pierce      Jackson     Schenauer      Cobb (TE)    Naugle        Allard    Gradkowski          McDowell        Nagle           Heath
Delaware State ..................Donnelly        Pierce       Russo      Schenauer      Cobb (TE)    Naugle        Allard     McDowell          Gradkowski       Nagle           Heath
Old Dominion ....................Donnelly        Pierce       White      Schenauer      Cobb (TE)    Naugle        Allard     McDowell          Gradkowski       Nagle           Heath
Maine ................................Donnelly   Pierce       White      Schenauer      Boyle (TE)   Naugle        Allard     McDowell          Gradkowski       Nagle           Heath
William & Mary..................Donnelly         Pierce       White      Schenauer        Russo      Naugle        Allard    Gradkowski          McDowell        Nagle           Heath


DEFENSE                                 LE         LT          RT               RE          LLB          MLB          RLB               LCB         FS            SS          RCB
Navy ................................E. Clark    Hester       Barr           Atunrase      Curry       Worrilow    A. Harrison         Burley     Cheaton       Breaker      Hawkins
West Chester......................E. Clark        Titre    Hardison          Atunrase      Curry       Worrilow    A. Harrison         Burley     Cheaton       Breaker      Hawkins
Delaware State..................E. Clark          Titre    Hardison          Atunrase     Worrilow     Callaway    A. Harrison         Burley     Tunstall      Breaker      Hawkins
Old Dominion ....................E. Clark        Hester    Hardison          Atunrase     Worrilow     Callaway    A. Harrison         Burley     Tunstall      Breaker      Hawkins
Maine ..............................E. Clark      Titre    Hardison          Atunrase     Worrilow     Callaway    A. Harrison         Burley     Tunstall      Breaker      Hawkins
William & Mary....................Barr            Titre   Wallschleger       Atunrase     Worrilow     Callaway    A. Harrison         Burley    Lugo (LB)      Breaker      Hawkins
         2011 University of Delaware Football
  Delaware Overall Team Statistics (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                      All games

Team Statistics                         DELAWARE                 OPP
SCORING                                         155               105
 Points Per Game                               25.8              17.5
FIRST DOWNS                                     126                93
 Rushing                                         62                37
 Passing                                         58                49
 Penalty                                          6                 7
RUSHING YARDAGE                                1040               858
 Yards gained rushing                          1222               928
 Yards lost rushing                             182                70
 Rushing Attempts                               249               184
 Average Per Rush                               4.2               4.7
 Average Per Game                             173.3            143.0
 TDs Rushing                                      9                 8
PASSING YARDAGE                                1150             1071
 Comp-Att-Int                            122-186-6         102-184-9
 Average Per Pass                               6.2               5.8
 Average Per Catch                              9.4              10.5
 Average Per Game                             191.7            178.5
 TDs Passing                                      8                 4
TOTAL OFFENSE                                  2190             1929
 Total Plays                                    435               368
 Average Per Play                               5.0               5.2
 Average Per Game                             365.0            321.5
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards                       21-422            30-496
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards                       13-128               9-42
INT RETURNS: #-Yards                           9-86              6-80
KICK RETURN AVERAGE                            20.1              16.5
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE                             9.8               4.7
INT RETURN AVERAGE                              9.6              13.3
FUMBLES-LOST                                   10-4               6-4
PENALTIES-Yards                             32-283            26-233
 Average Per Game                              47.2              38.8
PUNTS-Yards                                25-1010           33-1359
 Average Per Punt                              40.4              41.2
 Net punt average                              37.9              36.1
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game                       32:59            27:00
3RD-DOWN Conversions                          42/91            16/75
 3rd-Down Pct                                  46%               21%
4TH-DOWN Conversions                            2/7              7/11
 4th-Down Pct                                  29%               64%
SACKS BY-Yards                                 4-21              7-56
MISC YARDS                                        0                30
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED                                19                13
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS                           7-12               5-7
ON-SIDE KICKS                                   0-0               0-0
RED-ZONE SCORES                        (14-17) 82%       (12-13) 92%
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS                    (11-17) 65%        (8-13) 62%
PAT-ATTEMPTS                          (18-18) 100%       (12-13) 92%
ATTENDANCE                                   72201             40117
 Games/Avg Per Game                        4/18050           2/20058
 Neutral Site Games                                               0/0

Score by Quarters   1st   2nd   3rd   4th   OT   Total
Delaware            45    55    20    35    0     155
Opponents           27    16    17    45    0     105
                           2011 University of Delaware Football
                  Delaware Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                          All games


Rushing           gp-gs    att   gain loss       net avg td           lg avg/g          Punt Returns      no.   yds avg td       lg
Andrew Pierce       6-6 126 649 17 632 5.0                     8      44   105.3        Rob Jones         11    128   11.6   0   31
David Hayes         6-0 58 281     4 277 4.8                   0      21    46.2        Marcus Burley      2      0    0.0   0    0
Walter Davis        6-0 20 110     1 109 5.4                   0      27    18.2        Total             13    128    9.8   0   31
Trevor Sasek        2-1   5   45   0   45 9.0                  1      21    22.5        Opponents          9     42    4.7   0   16
Michael Johnson     5-0   2   26   0   26 13.0                 0      14     5.2
Leon Jackson        6-1   5   21   1   20 4.0                  0       6     3.3        Interceptions     no.   yds avg td       lg
Rob Jones           6-0   3   19   0   19 6.3                  0      11     3.2        Marcus Burley      2    18     9.0   0   18
Nihja White         5-4   1    9   0    9 9.0                  0       9     1.8        Jessel Curry       2    43    21.5   1   34
Tim Donnelly        6-5 16    62 70    -8 -0.5                 0      11    -1.3        Travis Hawkins     2    14     7.0   0   14
TEAM                6-0 13     0 89 -89 -6.8                   0       0   -14.8        Andrew Harrison    1     3     3.0   0    3
Total                 6 249 1222 182 1040 4.2                  9      44   173.3        Ricky Tunstall     1    -1    -1.0   0    0
Opponents             6 184 928 70 858 4.7                     8      75   143.0        Leon Jackson       1     9     9.0   0    9
                                                                                        Total              9    86     9.6   1   34
Passing           gp-gs     effic comp-att-int     pct        yds td       lg avg/g     Opponents          6    80    13.3   0   31
Tim Donnelly        6-5   131.56 107-159-6 67.3 1045                  8    59   174.2
Trevor Sasek        2-1    79.44 9-20-0     45.0  82                  0    20    41.0   Kick Returns      no.   yds avg td       lg
Justin Burns        1-0   136.96   5-5-0   100.0  22                  0     8    22.0   Travis Hawkins    15    339   22.6   0   60
TEAM                6-0     0.00   0-1-0     0.0   0                  0     0     0.0   David Hayes        5     83   16.6   0   25
Rob Jones           6-0   108.40   1-1-0   100.0   1                  0     1     0.2   Bobby Russo        1      0    0.0   0    0
Total                 6   125.27 122-186-6 65.6 1150                  8    59   191.7   Total             21    422   20.1   0   60
Opponents             6   101.72 102-184-9 55.4 1071                  4    64   178.5   Opponents         30    496   16.5   0   44

Receiving         gp-gs   no.    yds    avg      td      lg avg/g                       Fumble Returns    no.   yds avg td       lg
Andrew Pierce       6-6 30 142          4.7       0      11    23.7                     Jake Giusti        1     32 32.0     1   32
Nihja White         5-4 25 327         13.1       3      59    65.4                     Total              1     32 32.0     1   32
Bobby Russo         6-3 17 152          8.9       1      29    25.3                     Opponents          1     18 18.0     1   18
Rob Jones           6-0 14 186         13.3       1      32    31.0
Mark Schenauer      6-6 12 145         12.1       1      28    24.2
Colin Naugle        6-6 10 129         12.9       2      43    21.5
David Hayes         6-0   6   16        2.7       0      17     2.7
Walter Davis        6-0   3   19        6.3       0       8     3.2
Nick Boyle          2-1   1   11       11.0       0      11     5.5
Stephen Clark       3-0   1   10       10.0       0      10     3.3
Ryan Cobb           6-3   1    7        7.0       0       7     1.2
Corey Olsen         6-0   1    5        5.0       0       5     0.8
Trevor Sasek        2-1   1    1        1.0       0       1     0.5
Total                 6 122 1150        9.4       8      59   191.7
Opponents             6 102 1071       10.5       4      64   178.5
                                 2011 University of Delaware Football
                        Delaware Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                All games


                                                PAT
Scoring                  td    fg      kick   rush rcv pass dxp saf         pts       Total Offense      g plays    rush pass     total avg/g
Andrew Pierce             8     -       -          -      - -       -     - 48        Tim Donnelly       6   175   -8 1045 1037 172.8
Sean Baner                -   7-11    18-18        -      - -       -     - 39        Andrew Pierce      6   126 632     0 632 105.3
Nihja White               3     -       -          -      1 -       -     - 20        David Hayes        6    58 277     0 277 46.2
Colin Naugle              2     -       -          -      - -       -     - 12        Trevor Sasek       2    25   45   82 127 63.5
Bobby Russo               1     -       -          -      - -       -     -   6       Walter Davis       6    20 109     0 109 18.2
Mark Schenauer            1     -       -          -      - -       -     -   6       Michael Johnson    5     2   26    0   26 5.2
Rob Jones                 1     -       -          -      - -       -     -   6       Justin Burns       1     5    0   22   22 22.0
Trevor Sasek              1     -       -          -      - -       -     -   6       Rob Jones          6     4   19    1   20 3.3
Jessel Curry              1     -       -          -      - -       -     -   6       Leon Jackson       6     5   20    0   20 3.3
Jake Giusti               1     -       -          -      - -       -     -   6       Nihja White        5     1    9    0    9 1.8
TEAM                      -    0-1      -          -      - -       -     -   0       TEAM               6    14 -89     0 -89 -14.8
Tim Donnelly              -     -       -          -      - 1-1     -     -   0       Total              6   435 1040 1150 2190 365.0
Travis Hawkins            -     -       -          -      - -       -     -   0       Opponents          6   368 858 1071 1929 321.5
Total                    19   7-12    18-18        -      1 1-1     -     - 155
Opponents                13    5-7    12-13        -      - -       -     - 105


Field Goals              fg       pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99        lg blk    Punting           no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk
Sean Baner              7-11 63.6 0-0         2-3      1-1    4-6   0-1    47     1   Rauley Zaragoza   25 997    39.9   60   1   3   9     4    1
TEAM                     0-1  0.0 0-0         0-0      0-0    0-1   0-0     0     1   TEAM               0 13      0.0   13   0   0   0     0    0
                                                                                      Total             25 1010   40.4   60   1   3   9     4    1
FG Sequence            Delaware                        Opponents                      Opponents         33 1359   41.2   58   2   3   8     7    0
Navy                   (25)                            (36),(54)
West Chester           50,44                           (27),41                        Kickoffs          no. yds avg tb ob retn        net ydln
Delaware State         (47)                            -                              Sean Baner        32 1919 60.0      2   0
Old Dominion           48,(40),(39),25,(20),(43)       (20)                           Total             32 1919 60.0      2   0 16.5 43.2       26
Maine                  (46),49                         (31)                           Opponents         24 1390 57.9      2   1 20.1 38.7       31
William & Mary         -                               44

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.
                                2011 University of Delaware Football
                       Delaware Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                               All games

All Purpose       g   rush   rcv    pr    kr   ir   total avg/g
Andrew Pierce     6 632 142          0     0    0 774 129.0
David Hayes       6 277    16        0    83    0 376 62.7
Travis Hawkins    6    0    0        0   339   14 353 58.8
Nihja White       5    9 327         0     0    0 336 67.2
Rob Jones         6   19 186       128     0    0 333 55.5
Bobby Russo       6    0 152         0     0    0 152 25.3
Mark Schenauer    6    0 145         0     0    0 145 24.2
Colin Naugle      6    0 129         0     0    0 129 21.5
Walter Davis      6 109    19        0     0    0 128 21.3
Trevor Sasek      2   45    1        0     0    0   46 23.0
Jessel Curry      4    0    0        0     0   43   43 10.8
Leon Jackson      6   20    0        0     0    9   29 4.8
Michael Johnson   5   26    0        0     0    0   26 5.2
Marcus Burley     6    0    0        0     0   18   18 3.0
Nick Boyle        2    0   11        0     0    0   11 5.5
Stephen Clark     3    0   10        0     0    0   10 3.3
Ryan Cobb         6    0    7        0     0    0    7 1.2
Corey Olsen       6    0    5        0     0    0    5 0.8
Andrew Harrison   6    0    0        0     0    3    3 0.5
Ricky Tunstall    5    0    0        0     0   -1   -1 -0.2
Tim Donnelly      6   -8    0        0     0    0   -8 -1.3
TEAM              6 -89     0        0     0    0 -89 -14.8
Total             6 1040 1150      128   422   86 2826 471.0
Opponents         6 858 1071        42   496   80 2547 424.5
                                           2011 University of Delaware Football
                                  Delaware Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                        All games

                                                  Tackles                 Sacks      Pass defense          Fumbles        blkd
##   Defensive Leaders    gp-gs      ua      a          tot   tfl/yds    no-yds    int-yds brup     qbh   rcv-yds    ff   kick   saf
10   Paul Worrilow         6-6       31     29          60    7.0-15           .       .       1      .      1-0     1      .      .
40   Andrew Harrison       6-6       18     28          46     1.0-3           .     1-3       1      .      1-0      .      .     .
2    Marcus Burley         6-6       17     11          28           .         .    2-18       4      .         .     .      .     .
94   Michael Atunrase      6-6       15     11          26     2.5-8      0.5-4         .       .     .         .     .      .     .
3    Tim Breaker           6-6       14     12          26      1.5-2          .        .      2      .         .     .      .     .
58   Patrick Callaway      6-4        7     16          23     1.0-1           .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
1    Travis Hawkins        6-6       14      6          20      1.0-1          .    2-14       9      .         .     .      .     .
37   Jessel Curry          4-2       10      7          17     0.5-1           .    2-43        .     .         .     .      .     .
90   Quincy Barr           6-2        8      8          16      2.0-8     2.0-8         .      1      .         .     .      .     .
38   Brandon Cheaton       6-2       12      3          15     1.5-2           .        .       .     .         .     .     1      .
4    Ricky Tunstall        5-3        5     10          15      0.5-1          .    1--1       1      .         .     .      .     .
22   Leon Jackson          6-1       10      2          12     1.0-3           .     1-9        .     .         .    1       .     .
49   Matt Hardison         6-4        7      5          12      2.0-2          .        .      1      .         .     .      .     .
95   Ethan Clark           6-5        3      8          11          .          .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
93   Demitrius Hester      6-3        5      4           9           .         .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
46   Laith Wallschleger    5-1        1      7           8     1.5-7      0.5-3         .       .     .         .     .      .     .
99   Irv Titre             5-3        1      6           7           .         .        .       .     .      1-0      .      .     .
89   Corey Olsen           6-0        5       .          5          .          .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
29   Chris Campbell        3-0        3      2           5           .         .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
17   Josh Morris           3-0        4       .          4          .          .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
45   Eddie Lugo            6-1        3       .          3           .         .        .       .     .         .    1       .     .
34   Walter Davis          6-0        3       .          3     1.0-2           .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
11   Jake Giusti           5-0        3       .          3           .         .        .       .     .     1-32      .      .     .
44   Derek Battle          6-0        1      1           2          .          .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
14   Laquan James          6-0        2       .          2           .         .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
20   Sean Baner            6-0         .     2           2          .          .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
53   Jamaul Christopher    6-0        1      1           2      1.0-6     1.0-6         .       .     .         .     .      .     .
96   Derrick Saulsberry    5-0        1       .          1          .          .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
24   Mike Hirt             5-0        1       .          1           .         .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
52   Kyle Gayle            3-0         .     1           1          .          .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
9    Tim Donnelly          6-5        1       .          1           .         .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
19   Nihja White           5-4        1       .          1          .          .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
TM   TEAM                  6-0        1       .          1           .         .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
30   Andrew Pierce         6-6        1       .          1          .          .        .       .     .         .     .      .     .
     Total                  6       209    180         389     25-62       4-21     9-86      20      .     4-32     3      1      .
     Opponents              6       269    194         463    23-90        7-56     6-80      21      .     4-18     7      3      .
                                                               2011 University of Delaware Football
                                                      Delaware Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                                            All games

  Date            Opponent                                                  Score                 Att.              Record:                 Overall       Home                 Away           Neutral
  Sep 03, 2011    at Navy                                       L           17-40               34117               All games                4-2           4-0                  0-2            0-0
  Sep 10, 2011    WEST CHESTER                                  W           28-17               19593               Conference               2-1           2-0                  0-1            0-0
  Sep 17, 2011    DELAWARE STATE                                W            45-0               18011               Non-Conference           2-1           2-0                  0-1            0-0
* Sep 24, 2011    OLD DOMINION                                  W           27-17               16789
* Oct 01, 2011    at Maine                                      L           17-31                6000               Team Statistics                            DELAWARE                         OPP
* Oct 08,2011     #9 WILLIAM & MARY                             W            21-0               17808               FIRST DOWNS                                        126                         93
                                                                                                                     Rushing                                             62                        37
Rushing                 gp-gs        att        gain loss            net avg           td         lg avg/g           Passing                                             58                        49
Andrew Pierce             6-6 126 649 17 632 5.0                                       8         44   105.3          Penalty                                              6                         7
David Hayes               6-0 58 281     4 277 4.8                                     0         21    46.2         RUSHING YARDAGE                                   1040                       858
Walter Davis              6-0 20 110     1 109 5.4                                     0         27    18.2          Rushing Attempts                                  249                       184
Trevor Sasek              2-1   5   45   0   45 9.0                                    1         21    22.5          Average Per Rush                                   4.2                       4.7
Michael Johnson           5-0   2   26   0   26 13.0                                   0         14     5.2          Average Per Game                                173.3                     143.0
Leon Jackson              6-1   5   21   1   20 4.0                                    0          6     3.3          TDs Rushing                                          9                         8
Rob Jones                 6-0   3   19   0   19 6.3                                    0         11     3.2         PASSING YARDAGE                                   1150                      1071
Nihja White               5-4   1    9   0    9 9.0                                    0          9     1.8          Comp-Att-Int                                122-186-6                 102-184-9
Tim Donnelly              6-5 16    62 70    -8 -0.5                                   0         11    -1.3          Average Per Pass                                   6.2                       5.8
TEAM                      6-0 13     0 89 -89 -6.8                                     0          0   -14.8          Average Per Catch                                  9.4                      10.5
Total                       6 249 1222 182 1040 4.2                                    9         44   173.3          Average Per Game                                191.7                     178.5
Opponents                   6 184 928 70 858 4.7                                       8         75   143.0          TDs Passing                                          8                         4
                                                                                                                    TOTAL OFFENSE                                     2190                      1929
Passing                 gp-gs         effic comp-att-int                  pct         yds       td       lg avg/g    Average Per Play                                   5.0                       5.2
Tim Donnelly              6-5    131.56 107-159-6 67.3 1045                                      8    59 174.2       Average Per Game                                365.0                     321.5
Trevor Sasek              2-1     79.44 9-20-0     45.0  82                                      0    20 41.0       KICK RETURNS: #-Yards                           21-422                    30-496
Justin Burns              1-0    136.96   5-5-0   100.0  22                                      0     8 22.0       PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards                           13-128                      9-42
TEAM                      6-0      0.00   0-1-0     0.0   0                                      0     0   0.0      INT RETURNS: #-Yards                              9-86                      6-80
Rob Jones                 6-0    108.40   1-1-0   100.0   1                                      0     1   0.2      FUMBLES-LOST                                      10-4                        6-4
Total                       6    125.27 122-186-6 65.6 1150                                      8    59 191.7      PENALTIES-Yards                                 32-283                    26-233
Opponents                   6    101.72 102-184-9 55.4 1071                                      4    64 178.5      PUNTS-AVG                                      25-40.4                   33-41.2
                                                                                                                    TIME OF POSSESSION/Game                          32:59                     27:00
Receiving               gp-gs        no.        yds      avg          td        lg avg/g                            3RD-DOWN Conversions                             42/91                     16/75
Andrew Pierce             6-6 30 142                     4.7           0        11 23.7                             4TH-DOWN Conversions                                2/7                      7/11
Nihja White               5-4 25 327                    13.1           3        59 65.4
Bobby Russo               6-3 17 152                     8.9           1        29 25.3                             Interceptions               no.      yds avg          td       lg
Rob Jones                 6-0 14 186                    13.3           1        32 31.0                             Jessel Curry                    2     43    21.5      1        34
Mark Schenauer            6-6 12 145                    12.1           1        28 24.2                             Travis Hawkins                  2     14     7.0      0        14
Colin Naugle              6-6 10 129                    12.9           2        43 21.5                             Marcus Burley                   2     18     9.0      0        18
David Hayes               6-0   6   16                   2.7           0        17   2.7                            Leon Jackson                    1      9     9.0      0         9
Walter Davis              6-0   3   19                   6.3           0         8   3.2                            Andrew Harrison                 1      3     3.0      0         3
Nick Boyle                2-1   1   11                  11.0           0        11   5.5                            Ricky Tunstall                  1     -1    -1.0      0         0
Stephen Clark             3-0   1   10                  10.0           0        10   3.3
Ryan Cobb                 6-3   1    7                   7.0           0         7   1.2                            Punting                    no. yds avg           lg    tb      fc i20 50+ blk
Corey Olsen               6-0   1    5                   5.0           0         5   0.8                            Rauley Zaragoza            25 997 39.9 60                  1   3      9    4      1
Trevor Sasek              2-1   1    1                   1.0           0         1   0.5                            TEAM                        0 13 0.0 13                    0   0      0    0      0
Total                       6 122 1150                   9.4           8        59 191.7
Opponents                   6 102 1071                  10.5           4        64 178.5                            Punt Returns                no.      yds avg          td       lg
                                                                                                                    Rob Jones                   11       128    11.6      0        31
Field Goals             fg       pct. 01-19           20-29         30-39     40-49     50-99            lg blk     Marcus Burley                2         0     0.0      0         0
Sean Baner             7-11      63.6 0-0               2-3         1-1         4-6         0-1        47      1    Total                       13       128     9.8      0        31
TEAM                    0-1       0.0 0-0               0-0         0-0         0-1         0-0         0      1    Opponents                    9        42     4.7      0        16

                                                          PAT                                                       Kick Returns                no.      yds avg          td       lg
Scoring                 td      fg          kick        rush rcv pass dxp saf                            pts        Travis Hawkins              15       339    22.6      0        60
Andrew Pierce            8 -                  -           -            - -                  -        - 48           David Hayes                  5        83    16.6      0        25
Sean Baner               - 7-11             18-18         -            - -                  -        - 39           Bobby Russo                  1         0     0.0      0         0
Nihja White              3 -                  -           -            1 -                  -        - 20           Total                       21       422    20.1      0        60
Colin Naugle             2 -                  -           -            - -                  -        - 12           Opponents                   30       496    16.5      0        44
Jessel Curry             1 -                  -           -            - -                  -        -   6
Bobby Russo              1 -                  -           -            - -                  -        -   6          All Purpose         g    rush       rcv     pr        kr       ir     total avg/g
Rob Jones                1 -                  -           -            - -                  -        -   6          Andrew Pierce       6 632 142     0   0                         0 774 129.0
Jake Giusti              1 -                  -           -            - -                  -        -   6          David Hayes         6 277    16   0 83                          0 376 62.7
Mark Schenauer           1 -                  -           -            - -                  -        -   6          Travis Hawkins      6    0    0   0 339                        14 353 58.8
Trevor Sasek             1 -                  -           -            - -                  -        -   6          Nihja White         5    9 327    0   0                         0 336 67.2
Travis Hawkins           - -                  -           -            - -                  -        -   0          Rob Jones           6   19 186 128    0                         0 333 55.5
TEAM                     - 0-1                -           -            - -                  -        -   0          Total               6 1040 1150 128 422                        86 2826 471.0
Tim Donnelly             - -                  -           -            - 1-1                -        -   0          Opponents           6 858 1071 42 496                          80 2547 424.5
Total                   19 7-12             18-18         -            1 1-1                -        - 155
Opponents               13 5-7              12-13         -            - -                  -        - 105          Total Offense               g plays         rush      pass          total avg/g
                                                                                                                    Tim Donnelly                6       175   -8 1045 1037 172.8
Score by Quarters             1st      2nd        3rd         4th      OT        Total                              Andrew Pierce               6       126 632     0 632 105.3
Delaware                      45           55      20         35          0       155                               David Hayes                 6        58 277     0 277 46.2
Opponents                     27           16      17         45          0       105                               Trevor Sasek                2        25   45   82 127 63.5
                                                                                                                    Walter Davis                6        20 109     0 109 18.2
                                                                                                                    Total                       6       435 1040 1150 2190 365.0
                                                                                                                    Opponents                   6       368 858 1071 1929 321.5

                                                                              Tackles                                 Sacks          Pass defense                    Fumbles                  blkd
                                        2011 University of Delaware Football
                                     Delaware Game Results (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                     All games

 Date            Opponent                                 Score       Overall     Conference   Time   Attend
  Sep 03, 2011   at Navy                            L     17-40        0-1           0-0       3:18   34117
  Sep 10, 2011   WEST CHESTER                       W     28-17        1-1           0-0       2:54   19593
  Sep 17, 2011   DELAWARE STATE                     W      45-0        2-1           0-0       2:37   18011
* Sep 24, 2011   OLD DOMINION                       W     27-17        3-1           1-0       3:04   16789
* Oct 01, 2011   at Maine                           L     17-31        3-2           1-1       3:12    6000
* Oct 08,2011    #9 WILLIAM & MARY                  W      21-0        4-2           2-1       2:27   17808
                                                 2011 University of Delaware Football
                                           Delaware Team Game-by-Game (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                              All games

                                                                           TEAM STATISTICS

                                           Rushing                       Receiving                     Passing                        Kick Returns               Punt Returns                  tot
Date        Opponent                no.      yds td         lg     no.      yds td     lg     cmp-att-int    yds         td    lg    no. yds td lg              no. yds td lg                  off
Sep 03      at Navy                  37 220             2   21 17 143             0   22        17-29-1 143              0    22      6    116        0   27       0   0         0    0 363
Sep 10      WEST CHESTER             41 142             2   44 21 173             1   28        21-29-0 173              1    28      4     85        0   38       2 23          0   14 315
Sep 17      DELAWARE STATE           53 269             3   27 18 243             2   59        18-19-0 243              2    59      1     16        0   16       3   3         0    3 512
Sep 24      OLD DOMINION             38   80            0    9 26 304             2   36        26-39-0 304              2    36      4    117        0   60       4 69          0   31 384
Oct 01      at Maine                 35 115             1   26 24 163             1   16        24-45-4 163              1    16      6     88        0   26       2 15          0    8 278
Oct 08      WILLIAM & MARY           45 214             1   14 16 124             2   29        16-25-1 124              2    29      0      0        0    0       2 18          0   10 338
Delaware                            249 1040            9   44 122 1150           8   59      122-186-6 1150             8    59     21    422        0   60      13 128         0   31 2190
Opponents                           184 858             8   75 102 1071           4   64      102-184-9 1071             4    64     30    496        0   44       9 42          0   16 1929

Games played: 6
Avg per rush: 4.2
Avg per catch: 9.4
Pass efficiency: 125.27
Kick ret avg: 20.1
Punt ret avg: 9.8
All purpose avg/game: 471.0
Total offense avg/gm: 365.0
                                           Tackles                           Sacks          Fumble                  Pass Defense               Blkd       PAT Attempts
Date   Opponent                ua         a     total        tfl-yds        no-yds           ff fr-yds           int-yds qbh brup              kick        kick rush rcv             saf       pts
Sep 03 at Navy                 49     24         73           4.0-6           0.0-0          0         0-0         1-0         0       0         1          2-2         0    0        0         17
Sep 10 WEST CHESTER            44     16         60          6.0-12           0.0-0          0         1-0        2-43         0       5         0          4-4         0    0        0         28
Sep 17 DELAWARE STATE          28     20         48          5.0-16          2.0-13          1        2-32        1--1         0       4         0          6-6         0    0        0         45
Sep 24 OLD DOMINION            40     36         76          4.0-10           1.0-3          2         1-0        1-18         0       5         0          1-1         0    1        0         27
Oct 01 at Maine                21     58         79          4.0-10           0.0-0          0         0-0         2-9         0       2         0          2-2         0    0        0         17
Oct 08 WILLIAM & MARY          27     26         53           2.0-8           1.0-5          0         0-0        2-17         0       4         0          3-3         0    0        0         21
Delaware                      209    180        389         25.0-62          4.0-21          3        4-32        9-86         0      20         1        18-18         0    1        0        155
Opponents                     269    194        463         23.0-90          7.0-56          7        4-18        6-80         0      21         3        12-13         0    0        0        105

                                                                   Punting                                                    Field Goals                           Kickoffs
Date   Opponent               no.     yds         avg            long      blkd       tb         fc     50+       i20     md-att      long blkd           no.     yds       avg        tb       ob
Sep 03 at Navy                 4      146        36.5             41         0        0          1           0     1           1-1        25     0         4 200            50.0           1    0
Sep 10 WEST CHESTER            5      224        44.8             58         0        1          0           2     1           0-2         0     0         5 318            63.6           0    0
Sep 17 DELAWARE STATE          3      100        33.3             45         0        0          0           0     0           1-1        47     0         8 489            61.1           0    0
Sep 24 OLD DOMINION            5      218        43.6             60         0        0          1           1     3           4-6        43     1         7 448            64.0           0    0
Oct 01 at Maine                4      130        32.5             41         0        0          1           0     3           1-2        46     1         4 226            56.5           1    0
Oct 08 WILLIAM & MARY          4      192        48.0             53         1        0          0           1     1           0-0         0     0         4 238            59.5           0    0
Delaware                      25     1010        40.4             60         1        1          3           4     9          7-12        47     2        32 1919           60.0           2    0
Opponents                     33     1359        41.2             58         0        2          3           7     8           5-7        54     0        24 1390           57.9           2    1
                                              2011 University of Delaware Football
                                     Delaware Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                           All games

                                                                         OPPONENT STATISTICS

                                           Rushing                       Receiving                     Passing                        Kick Returns               Punt Returns                  tot
Date        Opponent                no.      yds td         lg     no.      yds td     lg     cmp-att-int    yds         td    lg    no. yds td lg              no. yds td lg                  off
Sep 03      at Navy                  59 391             4   75   4   46           1   18          4-7-1   46             1    18      3     33        0   22       1 16          0   16 437
Sep 10      WEST CHESTER             27   60            1   11 24 300             1   64        24-44-2 300              1    64      5     62        0   19       2 10          0   11 360
Sep 17      DELAWARE STATE           15   -3            0    5 17 115             0   23        17-25-1 115              0    23      8    149        0   35       2   4         0    5 112
Sep 24      OLD DOMINION             31 126             0   20 23 207             1   37        23-46-1 207              1    37      7    123        0   25       1   5         0    5 333
Oct 01      at Maine                 31 213             3   70 18 264             1   56        18-27-2 264              1    56      3     23        0   19       2   0         0    2 477
Oct 08      WILLIAM & MARY           21   71            0   11 16 139             0   23        16-35-2 139              0    23      4    106        0   44       1   7         0    7 210
Opponents                           184 858             8   75 102 1071           4   64      102-184-9 1071             4    64     30    496        0   44       9 42          0   16 1929
Delaware                            249 1040            9   44 122 1150           8   59      122-186-6 1150             8    59     21    422        0   60      13 128         0   31 2190

Games played: 6
Avg per rush: 4.7
Avg per catch: 10.5
Pass efficiency: 101.72
Kick ret avg: 16.5
Punt ret avg: 4.7
All purpose avg/game: 424.5
Total offense avg/gm: 321.5
                                           Tackles                           Sacks          Fumble                  Pass Defense               Blkd       PAT Attempts
Date   Opponent                ua         a     total        tfl-yds        no-yds           ff fr-yds           int-yds qbh brup              kick        kick rush rcv             saf       pts
Sep 03 at Navy                 44     20         64           3.0-7           0.0-0          2         1-0        1-26         0       5         0          4-5         0    0        0         40
Sep 10 WEST CHESTER            48     30         78          6.0-26          1.0-16          0         0-0         0-0         0       2         0          2-2         0    0        0         17
Sep 17 DELAWARE STATE          41     46         87           3.0-7           2.0-6          2         0-0         0-0         0       0         0          0-0         0    0        0          0
Sep 24 OLD DOMINION            46     42         88          4.0-11           0.0-0          2        2-18         0-0         0       6         1          2-2         0    0        0         17
Oct 01 at Maine                44     28         72          5.0-28          3.0-25          0         0-0        4-54         0       6         1          4-4         0    0        0         31
Oct 08 WILLIAM & MARY          46     28         74          2.0-11           1.0-9          1         1-0         1-0         0       2         1          0-0         0    0        0          0
Opponents                     269    194        463         23.0-90          7.0-56          7        4-18        6-80         0      21         3        12-13         0    0        0        105
Delaware                      209    180        389         25.0-62          4.0-21          3        4-32        9-86         0      20         1        18-18         0    1        0        155

                                                                   Punting                                                    Field Goals                           Kickoffs
Date   Opponent               no.     yds         avg            long      blkd       tb         fc     50+       i20     md-att      long blkd           no.     yds       avg        tb       ob
Sep 03 at Navy                 1       47        47.0             47         0        0          1           0     1           2-2        54     0         8 522            65.2           2    0
Sep 10 WEST CHESTER            4      182        45.5             50         0        1          0           1     1           1-2        27     0         4 235            58.8           0    0
Sep 17 DELAWARE STATE          8      328        41.0             54         0        0          0           2     2           0-0         0     0         1   45           45.0           0    0
Sep 24 OLD DOMINION            7      340        48.6             58         0        1          1           3     0           1-1        20     0         4 268            67.0           0    0
Oct 01 at Maine                6      194        32.3             45         0        0          0           0     1           1-1        31     0         6 259            43.2           0    0
Oct 08 WILLIAM & MARY          7      268        38.3             52         0        0          1           1     3           0-1         0     0         1   61           61.0           0    1
Opponents                     33     1359        41.2             58         0        2          3           7     8           5-7        54     0        24 1390           57.9           2    1
Delaware                      25     1010        40.4             60         1        1          3           4     9          7-12        47     2        32 1919           60.0           2    0
                                     2011 University of Delaware Football
                                Delaware Game Superlatives (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                  All games

                                                 INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes                  28   Andrew Pierce vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
Yards Rushing         143    Andrew Pierce vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
TD Rushes                3   Andrew Pierce vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Long Rush               44   Andrew Pierce vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
Pass attempts           45   Tim Donnelly at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Pass completions        26   Tim Donnelly vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Yards Passing         304    Tim Donnelly vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
TD Passes                2   Tim Donnelly vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
                         2   Tim Donnelly vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
                         2   Tim Donnelly vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
Long Pass               59   Tim Donnelly vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Receptions               8   Andrew Pierce at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Yards Receiving       122    Nihja White vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
TD Receptions            1   Mark Schenauer vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                         1   Nihja White vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
                         1   Colin Naugle vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
                         1   Rob Jones vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
                         1   Nihja White vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
                         1   Colin Naugle at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
                         1   Bobby Russo vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
                         1   Nihja White vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
Long Reception          59   Nihja White vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Field Goals              4   Sean Baner vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Long Field Goal         47   Sean Baner vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Punts                    5   Rauley Zaragoza vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                         5   Rauley Zaragoza vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Punting Avg           44.8   Rauley Zaragoza vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
Long Punt               60   Rauley Zaragoza vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Punts inside 20          3   Rauley Zaragoza vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
                         3   Rauley Zaragoza at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Long Punt Return        31   Rob Jones vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Long Kickoff Return     60   Travis Hawkins vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Tackles                 14   Andrew Harrison at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Sacks                  1.0   Jamaul Christopher vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
                       1.0   Quincy Barr vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Tackles For Loss       2.0   Michael Atunrase at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
Interceptions            1   Marcus Burley at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
                         1   Leon Jackson vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                         1   Jessel Curry vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                         1   Ricky Tunstall vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
                         1   Marcus Burley vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
                         1   Travis Hawkins at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
                         1   Jessel Curry at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
                         1   Andrew Harrison vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
                         1   Travis Hawkins vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
                                  2011 University of Delaware Football
                             Delaware Game Superlatives (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                               All games

                                                  TEAM GAME HIGHS

Rushes               53   vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Yards Rushing      269    vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Yards Per Rush      5.9   at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
TD Rushes             3   vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Pass attempts        45   at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Pass completions     26   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Yards Passing      304    vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Yards Per Pass     12.8   vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
TD Passes             2   vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
                      2   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
                      2   vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
Total Plays          80   at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Total Offense      512    vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Yards Per Play      7.1   vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Points               45   vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Sacks By              2   vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
First Downs          24   vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Penalties             8   vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Penalty Yards        73   vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
Turnovers             4   at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Interceptions By      2   vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                      2   at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
                      2   vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
Punts                 5   vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                      5   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Punting Avg        48.0   vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
Long Punt            60   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Punts inside 20       3   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
                      3   at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Long Punt Return     31   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
                                     2011 University of Delaware Football
                                Delaware Game Superlatives (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                  All games

                                           OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes                  23   Brown, Pushaun, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Yards Rushing         193    Brown, Pushaun, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
TD Rushes                3   Proctor, Kriss, at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
                         3   Brown, Pushaun, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Long Rush               75   Proctor, Kriss, at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
Pass attempts           46   Thomas DeMarco, vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Pass completions        23   Thomas DeMarco, vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Yards Passing         264    Smith, Warren, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
TD Passes                1   Proctor, Kriss, at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
                         1   Matt Carroll, vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                         1   Thomas DeMarco, vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
                         1   Smith, Warren, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Long Pass               64   Sean McCartney, vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
Receptions               8   Rondell White, vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                         8   Reid Evans, vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Yards Receiving       111    LaRonn Lee, vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                       111   Session, Derek, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
TD Receptions            1   Santiago, Aaron, at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
                         1   LaRonn Lee, vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                         1   Antonio Vaughan, vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
                         1   Aultman, Damarr, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Long Reception          64   LaRonn Lee, vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
Field Goals              2   Teague, Jon, at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
Long Field Goal         54   Teague, Jon, at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
Punts                    8   KANO,M, vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Punting Avg           48.6   Jonathan Plisco, vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Long Punt               58   Jonathan Plisco, vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Punts inside 20          3   Drake Kuhn, vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
Long Punt Return        16   Myers, Gary, at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
Long Kickoff Return     44   Jonathan Grimes, vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
Tackles                 12   Jake Trantin, vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
Sacks                  2.0   Charles, Raibon, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Tackles For Loss       2.0   Charles, Raibon, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Interceptions            1   Mitchell, Kwesi, at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
                         1   McMillian, Jerr, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
                         1   Coston, Trevor, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
                         1   Givans, Vinson, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
                         1   James, Darlos, at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
                         1   Jake O'Connor, vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
                                  2011 University of Delaware Football
                             Delaware Game Superlatives (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                               All games

                                           OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS

Rushes               59   at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
Yards Rushing      391    at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
Yards Per Rush      6.9   at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
TD Rushes             4   at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
Pass attempts        46   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Pass completions     24   vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
Yards Passing      300    vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
Yards Per Pass      9.8   at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
TD Passes             1   at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
                      1   vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                      1   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
                      1   at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Total Plays          77   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Total Offense      477    at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Yards Per Play      8.2   at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Points               40   at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
Sacks By              3   at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
First Downs          22   at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
Penalties             8   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Penalty Yards        66   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Turnovers             3   vs West Chester (Sep 10, 2011)
                      3   vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Interceptions By      4   at Maine (Oct 01, 2011)
Punts                 8   vs Delaware State (Sep 17, 2011)
Punting Avg        48.6   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Long Punt            58   vs Old Dominion (Sep 24, 2011)
Punts inside 20       3   vs William & Mary (Oct 08,2011)
Long Punt Return     16   at Navy (Sep 03, 2011)
                                            2011 University of Delaware Football
                                       Delaware Red-Zone Results (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                         All games

                                                 Delaware Inside Opponent Red-Zone

                                              Times Times     Total         Rush      Pass    FGs        Failed to score inside RZ
Date           Opponent               Score    In RZ Scored    Pts    TDs    TDs       TDs   Made   FGA Down       Int Fumb Half Game
Sep 03, 2011   at Navy            L   17-40      2       2      10      1      1        0       1     0     0     0     0     0    0
Sep 10, 2011   WEST CHESTER       W   28-17      2       1       7      1      1        0       0     1     0     0     0     0    0
Sep 17, 2011   DELAWARE STATE     W    45-0      5       4      28      4      3        1       0     0     1     0     0     0    0
Sep 24, 2011   OLD DOMINION       W   27-17      3       2      10      1      0        1       1     1     0     0     0     0    0
Oct 01, 2011   at Maine           L   17-31      3       3      17      2      1        1       1     0     0     0     0     0    0
Oct 08,2011    WILLIAM & MARY     W    21-0      2       2      14      2      1        1       0     0     0     0     0     0    0
               Totals                           17      14      86     11      7        4       3     2     1     0     0     0    0
               14 of 17 (82.4%)

                                                 Opponents Inside Delaware Red-Zone

                                              Times Times     Total         Rush      Pass    FGs        Failed to score inside RZ
Date           Opponent               Score    In RZ Scored    Pts    TDs    TDs       TDs   Made   FGA Down       Int Fumb Half Game
Sep 03, 2011   at Navy            L   17-40      4       4      23      3      2        1       1     0     0     0     0     0    0
Sep 10, 2011   WEST CHESTER       W   28-17      3       3      17      2      1        1       1     0     0     0     0     0    0
Sep 17, 2011   DELAWARE STATE     W    45-0      0       0       0      0      0        0       0     0     0     0     0     0    0
Sep 24, 2011   OLD DOMINION       W   27-17      2       2      10      1      0        1       1     0     0     0     0     0    0
Oct 01, 2011   at Maine           L   17-31      3       3      17      2      2        0       1     0     0     0     0     0    0
Oct 08,2011    WILLIAM & MARY     W    21-0      1       0       0      0      0        0       0     0     0     1     0     0    0
               Totals                           13      12      67      8      5        3       4     0     0     1     0     0    0
               12 of 13 (92.3%)
                                          2011 University of Delaware Football
                                    Delaware By-Quarter Statistics (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                       All games

                                                          3rd-Down Conversions

Date           Opponent             Score      Overall           1st Qtr           2nd Qtr           3rd Qtr            4th Qtr          Overtime
Sep 03, 2011   at Navy          L   17-40     7-14       50.0    2-5    40.0       2-2    100.0      1-3       33.3     2-4       50.0
Sep 10, 2011   WEST CHESTER     W   28-17     5-14       35.7    0-1     0.0       3-5     60.0      1-4       25.0     1-4       25.0
Sep 17, 2011   DELAWARE STATE   W    45-0     7-13       53.8    2-2   100.0       0-2      0.0      2-3       66.7     3-6       50.0
Sep 24, 2011   OLD DOMINION     W   27-17     5-17       29.4    1-4    25.0       3-6     50.0      0-3        0.0     1-4       25.0
Oct 01, 2011   at Maine         L   17-31     9-17       52.9    1-2    50.0       5-7     71.4      3-5       60.0     0-3        0.0
Oct 08,2011    WILLIAM & MARY   W    21-0     9-16       56.2    0-2     0.0       2-4     50.0      4-5       80.0     3-5       60.0
               Delaware                      42-91       46.2   6-16    37.5     15-26     57.7    11-23       47.8   10-26       38.5   0-0        0.0
               Opponents                     16-75       21.3   3-16    18.8      7-22     31.8     4-19       21.1    2-18       11.1   0-0        0.0

                                                          4th-Down Conversions

Date           Opponent             Score      Overall           1st Qtr           2nd Qtr           3rd Qtr            4th Qtr          Overtime
Sep 03, 2011   at Navy          L   17-40      0-0      0.0      0-0       0.0     0-0      0.0      0-0      0.0       0-0        0.0
Sep 10, 2011   WEST CHESTER     W   28-17      0-2      0.0      0-0       0.0     0-0      0.0      0-0      0.0       0-2        0.0
Sep 17, 2011   DELAWARE STATE   W    45-0      1-2     50.0      0-0       0.0     1-1    100.0      0-0      0.0       0-1        0.0
Sep 24, 2011   OLD DOMINION     W   27-17      0-1      0.0      0-1       0.0     0-0      0.0      0-0      0.0       0-0        0.0
Oct 01, 2011   at Maine         L   17-31      0-1      0.0      0-0       0.0     0-0      0.0      0-0      0.0       0-1        0.0
Oct 08,2011    WILLIAM & MARY   W    21-0      1-1    100.0      0-0       0.0     0-0      0.0      1-1    100.0       0-0        0.0
               Delaware                        2-7     28.6      0-1       0.0     1-1    100.0      1-1    100.0       0-4        0.0   0-0        0.0
               Opponents                      7-11     63.6      0-1       0.0     1-2     50.0      1-1    100.0       5-7       71.4   0-0        0.0

                                                           Time of Possession

Date           Opponent             Score            Overall           1st Qtr           2nd Qtr           3rd Qtr            4th Qtr          Overtime
Sep 03, 2011   at Navy          L   17-40             27:35             7:44               5:00              7:11               7:40
Sep 10, 2011   WEST CHESTER     W   28-17             32:35             7:06               7:50              7:22              10:17
Sep 17, 2011   DELAWARE STATE   W    45-0             38:50            11:54               4:43             10:18              11:55
Sep 24, 2011   OLD DOMINION     W   27-17             32:55             9:21               9:04              6:34               7:56
Oct 01, 2011   at Maine         L   17-31             31:27             7:07               8:47             10:27               5:06
Oct 08,2011    WILLIAM & MARY   W    21-0             34:35             8:02               7:11              8:45              10:37
               Delaware              Total           197:57            51:14              42:35             50:37              53:31              0:00
                                     Avg.             32:59             8:32               7:05              8:26               8:55              0:00
               Opponents             Total           162:03            38:46              47:25             39:23              36:29              0:00
                                     Avg.             27:00             6:27               7:54              6:33               6:04              0:00
                                 2011 University of Delaware Football
                              Delaware Games Played (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                              All games

##   PLAYER        GP-GS   NAVY     WCU     DSU     ODU    MAINE    W&M
71   Allard         6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
94   Atunrase       6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
74   Azzari         3/-     XXX      ...    XXX      ...     ...    XXX
20   Baner          6/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
90   Barr           6/2    START    XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX    START
44   Battle         6/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
73   Becker         1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
86   Boyle          2/1      ...     ...     ...     ...   START    XXX
3    Breaker        6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
85   B. Brown       1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
2    Burley         6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
8    Burns          1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
58   Callaway       6/4     XXX     XXX    START   START   START   START
29   C. Campbell    3/-      ...     ...     ...    XXX     XXX     XXX
47   J. Campbell    1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
79   Cattolico      1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
38   Cheaton        6/2    START   START    XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
53   Christopher    6/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
33   St. Clair      1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
95   E. Clark       6/5    START   START   START   START   START    XXX
84   S. Clark       3/-      ...    XXX     XXX      ...     ...    XXX
26   Cobb           6/3     XXX    START   START   START    XXX     XXX
41   Coleman        3/-      ...     ...     ...    XXX     XXX     XXX
37   Curry          4/2    START   START     ...     ...    XXX     XXX
34   W. Davis       6/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
9    Donnelly       6/5     XXX    START   START   START   START   START
67   Dzurko         3/-      ...    XXX     XXX     XXX      ...     ...
88   Feleccia       1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
52   Gayle          3/-     XXX     XXX     XXX      ...     ...     ...
54   Geiser         1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
11   Giusti         5/-      ...    XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
56   Gradkowski     6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
64   Gushue         2/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...    XXX
72   Haas           1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
49   Hardison       6/4     XXX    START   START   START   START    XXX
40   A. Harrison    6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
1    Hawkins        6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
28   Hayes          6/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
77   Heath          6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
65   Herr           6/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
93   Hester         6/3    START    XXX     XXX    START    XXX    START
24   Hirt           5/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX      ...
87   Hodgkinson     4/-     XXX     XXX     XXX      ...     ...    XXX
22   Jackson        6/1     XXX    START    XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
14   James          6/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
36   M. Johnson     5/-     XXX      ...    XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
5    Jones          6/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
                                  2011 University of Delaware Football
                               Delaware Games Played (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                               All games

##   PLAYER         GP-GS   NAVY     WCU     DSU     ODU    MAINE    W&M
78   Ladson          5/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX      ...
45   Lugo            6/1     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX    START
80   Magill          1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
50   McDowell        6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
15   Menefee         1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
18   Milburn         1/-      ...     ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
17   Morris          3/-     XXX     XXX     XXX      ...     ...     ...
55   Nagle           6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
35   Naugle          6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
89   Olsen           6/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
30   Pierce          6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
92   Pihakis         2/-      ...    XXX     XXX      ...     ...     ...
12   Russo           6/3    START    XXX    START    XXX     XXX    START
13   Sasek           2/1    START     ...     ...     ...     ...    XXX
96   Saulsberry      5/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX      ...    XXX
6    Schenauer       6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
98   Shultz          2/-     XXX      ...    XXX      ...     ...     ...
32   C. Smith        3/-     XXX      ...    XXX     XXX      ...     ...
99   Titre           5/3     XXX    START   START     ...   START    XXX
4    Tunstall        5/3     XXX     XXX    START   START   START     ...
59   Wallschleger    5/1      ...    XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX    START
19   White           5/4    START     ...    XXX    START   START   START
10   Worrilow        6/6    START   START   START   START   START   START
39   Zaragoza        6/-     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX     XXX
                                    2011 University of Delaware Football
                          Delaware Total Tackles Game-by-Game (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                  All games

Total Tackles     UA-A    Total NAVY    WCU     DSU     ODU    MAINE    W&M
Worrilow LB       31-29     60   8-5     4-4     4-5     7-6     0-6    8-3
A. Harrison LB    18-28     46   5-4     6-4     2-2     3-3     2-12   0-3
Burley DB         17-11     28   2-1     4-0     3-2     4-4     0-3    4-1
Breaker DB        14-12     26   3-2     2-3     1-1     2-1     5-4    1-1
Atunrase DL       15-11     26   5-1     5-0     0-1     3-2     0-3    2-4
Callaway LB        7-16     23   0-1      -      2-0     4-6     1-6    0-3
Hawkins DB         14-6     20   2-0     4-0     1-2     4-2     2-1    1-1
Curry LB           10-7     17   6-3     1-0     DNP     DNP     1-2    2-2
Barr DL             8-8     16   2-1     1-0     0-2     2-2     2-2    1-1
Tunstall DB        5-10     15   1-0     2-0     0-2     2-2     0-6    DNP
Cheaton DB         12-3     15   5-1     2-2     3-0      -      1-0    1-0
Hardison DL         7-5     12   2-1     3-1     1-0      -      0-2    1-1
Jackson LB         10-2     12    -      4-0     2-1     3-1       -    1-0
E. Clark DL         3-8     11   2-1     0-1     0-1     0-3     0-1    1-1
Hester DL           5-4      9   3-0     1-0      -      0-3     0-1    1-0
Wallschleger DL     1-7      8   DNP     0-1     1-0     0-1     0-4    0-1
Titre DL            1-6      7   0-1      -      0-1     DNP     1-4     -
Olsen               5-0      5    -      1-0     2-0     2-0       -     -
C. Campbell LB      3-2      5   DNP     DNP     DNP     1-0     1-1    1-1
Morris DB           4-0      4   1-0     1-0     2-0     DNP     DNP    DNP
W. Davis            3-0      3    -      1-0      -      1-0     1-0     -
Lugo LB             3-0      3    -       -      1-0     1-0       -    1-0
Giusti DB           3-0      3   DNP     1-0     1-0      -        -    1-0
Baner               0-2      2    -       -       -       -        -    0-2
Christopher DL      1-1      2   0-1      -      1-0      -        -     -
Battle LB           1-1      2    -       -       -       -      1-0    0-1
James DB            2-0      2    -       -      1-0     1-0       -     -
White               1-0      1    -      DNP      -       -      1-0     -
Saulsberry DL       1-0      1   1-0      -       -       -      DNP     -
TEAM                1-0      1    -       -       -       -      1-0     -
Pierce              1-0      1    -       -       -       -      1-0     -
Donnelly            1-0      1   1-0      -       -       -        -     -
Gayle LB            0-1      1   0-1      -       -      DNP     DNP    DNP
Hirt LB             1-0      1    -      1-0      -       -        -    DNP
                         2011 University of Delaware Football
                  Delaware Passing Game-by-Game (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                      All games

#9 Donnelly      Comp      Att    Int        Pct     Yards   TD   Long   Sacked      Effic
Navy                 7      9       1       77.8        60    0     22       0-0   111.56
West Chester        21     28       0       75.0       173    1     28      1-16   138.69
Delaware State      13     14       0       92.9       221    2     59       2-6   272.60
Old Dominion        26     39       0       66.7       304    2     36       0-0   149.07
Maine               24     45       4       53.3       163    1     16      3-25    73.32
William & Mary      16     24       1       66.7       124    2     29       1-9   129.23
TOTALS             107    159       6       67.3      1045    8     59      7-56   131.56

#13 Sasek        Comp     Att     Int        Pct     Yards   TD   Long   Sacked      Effic
Navy                9     19        0       47.4        82    0     20       0-0    83.62
William & Mary      0      1        0        0.0         0    0      0       0-0     0.00
TOTALS              9     20        0       45.0        82    0     20      0-0     79.44

#8 Burns         Comp     Att     Int        Pct     Yards   TD   Long   Sacked      Effic
Delaware State      5      5        0      100.0        22    0      8       0-0   136.96
TOTALS              5      5        0      100.0        22    0      8       0-0   136.96

#5 Jones         Comp     Att     Int        Pct     Yards   TD   Long   Sacked      Effic
Navy                1      1        0      100.0         1    0      1      0-0    108.40
TOTALS              1      1        0      100.0         1    0      1       0-0   108.40

#TM TEAM         Comp     Att     Int       Pct      Yards   TD   Long   Sacked      Effic
West Chester        0      1        0       0.0          0    0      0       0-0     0.00
TOTALS              0      1        0       0.0          0    0      0       0-0     0.00
                                  2011 University of Delaware Football
                      Delaware Rushing/Receiving Game-by-Game (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                               All games

RUSHING         No-Yds/TD NAVY      WCU       DSU     ODU     MAINE    W&M
Pierce RB       126-632/8 20-119/1 25-123/2 15-106/3 14-21/0 24-120/1 28-143/1
Hayes RB         58-277/0  8-61/0 10-51/0 7-40/0 20-66/0 5-28/0        8-31/0
W. Davis RB      20-109/0     -        -    19-108/0 1-1/0       -        -
Sasek QB          5-45/1   4-38/1    DNP      DNP     DNP      DNP     1-7/0
M. Johnson WR     2-26/0      -      DNP        -       -        -     2-26/0
Jackson           5-20/0      -        -     5-20/0     -        -        -
Jones WR          3-19/0    1-6/0      -     1-11/0     -      1-2/0      -
White WR           1-9/0      -      DNP        -     1-9/0      -        -
Donnelly QB       16--8/0  1-11/0   3-3/0    2--6/0   1-9/0   5--35/0  4-10/0
TEAM             13--89/0  3--15/0 3--35/0 4--10/0 1--26/0       -     2--3/0


RECEIVING       No-Yds/TD   NAVY     WCU        DSU       ODU     MAINE    W&M
White WR         25-327/3   2-16/0    DNP     7-122/1   7-117/1   7-52/0   2-20/1
Jones WR         14-186/1   5-73/0   3-31/0       -     3-60/1       -     3-22/0
Russo WR         17-152/1    1-7/0   6-35/0    2-30/0    5-38/0   2-13/0   1-29/1
Schenauer WR     12-145/1   3-31/0   4-65/1       -     2-23/0     1-4/0   2-22/0
Pierce RB        30-142/0   4-20/0   7-32/0    1-11/0    3-19/0   8-34/0   7-26/0
Naugle TE        10-129/2      -        -     2-51/1    3-28/0    4-45/1   1-5/0
W. Davis RB       3-19/0       -        -     3-19/0        -        -        -
Hayes RB          6-16/0    1--5/0      -      1--2/0   3-19/0     1-4/0      -
Boyle TE          1-11/0     DNP      DNP       DNP       DNP     1-11/0      -
S. Clark WR       1-10/0     DNP     1-10/0       -       DNP      DNP        -
Cobb TE           1-7/0        -        -      1-7/0        -        -        -
Olsen TE           1-5/0       -        -      1-5/0        -        -        -
Sasek QB          1-1/0      1-1/0    DNP       DNP       DNP      DNP        -
                                    2011 University of Delaware Football
                          Delaware Return Stats Game-by-Game (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                 All games

PUNT RETURNS     No-Yds     NAVY    WCU     DSU     ODU    MAINE   W&M
Jones            11-128       -     2-23    1-3     4-69    2-15   2-18
Burley            2-0         -       -     2-0       -       -      -


KICK RETURNS     No-Yds     NAVY    WCU     DSU    ODU     MAINE   W&M
Hawkins          15-339      5-96   1-38      -    4-117    5-88    -
Hayes             5-83       1-20   3-47    1-16     -        -     -
Russo              1-0         -      -       -      -      1-0     -


INT. RETURNS     No-Yds     NAVY    WCU     DSU     ODU    MAINE   W&M
Hawkins           2-14        -       -       -       -     1-0    1-14
Burley            2-18       1-0      -       -     1-18     -       -
Curry             2-43        -     1-34    DNP     DNP     1-9      -
A. Harrison        1-3        -       -       -       -      -      1-3
Jackson            1-9        -      1-9      -       -      -       -
Tunstall          1--1        -       -     1--1      -      -     DNP


FUMBLE RETURNS   No-Yds     NAVY    WCU     DSU     ODU    MAINE   W&M
Giusti            1-32      DNP      -      1-32     -       -      -
                                       2011 University of Delaware Football
                                 Delaware Sacks Game-by-Game (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                    All games

SACKS             UA-A   Total     NAVY    WCU     DSU     ODU     MAINE   W&M
Barr DL            1-2    2.0        -       -     0.5-3   1.0-3      -    0.5-2
Christopher DL     1-0    1.0        -       -     1.0-6      -       -       -
Wallschleger DL    0-1    0.5      DNP       -        -       -       -    0.5-3
Atunrase DL        0-1    0.5        -       -     0.5-4      -       -       -
                                     2011 University of Delaware Football
                          Delaware Tackle For Loss Game-by-Game (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                  All games

TACKLES FOR LOSS   UA-A   Total   NAVY    WCU     DSU     ODU     MAINE    W&M
Worrilow LB         4-6    7.0    0.5-0   1.5-4   1.0-1   1.5-3    1.5-4   1.0-3
Atunrase DL         2-1    2.5    2.0-4      -    0.5-4      -        -       -
Barr DL             1-2    2.0       -       -    0.5-3   1.0-3       -    0.5-2
Hardison DL         2-0    2.0    1.0-1   1.0-1      -       -        -       -
Cheaton DB          1-1    1.5       -    0.5-1   1.0-1      -        -       -
Wallschleger DL     0-3    1.5    DNP     0.5-1      -       -     0.5-3   0.5-3
Breaker DB          1-1    1.5       -    1.5-2      -       -        -       -
Hawkins DB          1-0    1.0       -       -    1.0-1      -        -       -
Jackson LB          1-0    1.0       -       -       -    1.0-3       -       -
Callaway LB         0-2    1.0       -       -       -    0.5-1    0.5-0      -
Christopher DL      1-0    1.0       -       -    1.0-6      -        -       -
A. Harrison LB      0-2    1.0       -    1.0-3      -       -        -       -
W. Davis            1-0    1.0       -       -       -       -     1.0-2      -
Tunstall DB         0-1    0.5       -       -       -       -     0.5-1   DNP
Curry LB            0-1    0.5    0.5-1      -    DNP     DNP         -       -
                                        2011 University of Delaware Football
                                Delaware Fumbles Game-by-Game (as of Oct 08, 2011)
                                                     All games

FUMBLES             No-Lost   NAVY    WCU    DSU     ODU     MAINE   W&M
Hayes RB              3-2      1-0     -      -       1-1      -      1-1
Jones WR              2-0       -      -     1-0      1-0      -       -
Donnelly QB           2-0       -      -      -        -      2-0      -
Schenauer WR          1-1      1-1     -      -        -       -       -
W. Davis RB           1-0       -      -     1-0       -       -       -
TEAM                  1-1       -      -      -       1-1      -       -


FUMBLES FORCED      Number NAVY      WCU    DSU    ODU      MAINE    W&M
Worrilow              1      -        -      1      -         -       -
Lugo                  1      -        -      -      1         -       -
Jackson               1      -        -      -      1         -       -


FUMBLES RECOVERED   Number NAVY      WCU    DSU    ODU      MAINE    W&M
Giusti                1    DNP        -      1      -         -       -
Titre                 1      -        1      -     DNP        -       -
A. Harrison           1      -        -      1      -         -       -
Worrilow              1      -        -      -      1         -       -

				
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