GAME #2 DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES

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GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES #rv DELAWARE “Blue Hens” (1-0) vs. LAFAYETTE “Leopards” (1-0) Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016 • 6 p.m. • Fisher Stadium • Easton, Pa. • Lafayette Sports Network TV www.bluehens.com • @udbluehens • @DelawareFB #BlueHens • #BHStateOfMind • #TheFutureisNow

GAME PREVIEW: Blue Hens Look to Go 2-0; Head to Lafayette for Battle with Patriot Leaguers

GAME DAY MULTIMEDIA TELEVISION - Lafayette Sports Network RADIO - Blue Hen Radio Network (WDSD 94.7 FM): Scott Klatzkin (play-by-play), Matt Janus (analyst), Michael Atunrase (sideline), James Taylor (engineer) Live Stream: http://www.iheart.com/live/461/ Delaware Student Radio Network (WVUD 91.3 FM): www.wvud.org (Teddy Gelman - play-by-play) LIVE STATS/VIDEO: www.goleopards.com/sports/mfootbl/sched/lafa-m-footbl-sched.html DELAWARE ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS Scott Selheimer Office: 302-831-8007 Cell: 302-562-5129 Email: [email protected] Website: www.bluehens.com Delaware Stadium Press Box: 302-831-6199 LAFAYETTE ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS Phil LaBella Office: 610-330-5123 Cell: 610-217-3291 Email: [email protected] Website: www.goleopards.com

2016 DELAWARE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE (1-0, 0-0 Colonial Athletic Association) SEPTEMBER 1 Delaware State (Delaware Day) ..........W 56-14 10 AT LAFAYETTE ....................................6 p.m. 17 at Wake Forest................6:30 p.m. (ESPN3 TV) OCTOBER 1 at *James Madison ..........................1:30 p.m. 8 *MAINE (Parents & Family Weekend) ............3:30 p.m. 15 at *William & Mary ..........................3:30 p.m. 22 *STONY BROOK ................................1 p.m. 29 *TOWSON (Homecoming)....................3:30 p.m. (CSN TV) NOVEMBER 5 at *Albany ............................................1 p.m. 12 at *Richmond ....................3:30 p.m. (CSN TV) 19 *VILLANOVA (Battle of the Blue) ........1 p.m. *=Colonial Athletic Association Game #=TSN Top 25 Rank

NEWARK, Del. -- Delaware will be looking to start out 2-0 for the first time since 2013 but for the third time five years this Saturday night as the Blue Hens make the two-hour trip north to take on Lafayette College of the Patriot League at 6 p.m. at Fisher Field. Delaware (1-0), coming off a 56-14 dismantling of downstate foe Delaware State in the season opener Thursday, heads to Easton for the first time in nearly 50 years and will look to continue its hold over the Leopards, who the Hens have defeated 12 straight times, including a 19-9 victory last season at Delaware Stadium. Lafayette (1-0), looking to rebound from a 1-10 mark a year ago, matched that win total in its season opener Friday night with a 24-10 win over Central Connecticut State.

2016 RECORDS Delaware: 1-0, 0-0 Colonial Athletic Association / Lafayette: 1-0, 0-0 Patriot League

2015 RECORDS Delaware: 4-7 (3-8, CAA/7th Place) / Lafayette: 1-10 (0-6, Patriot League/7th Place)

NATIONAL RANKINGS Delaware: Earned votes in STATS, FCS Coaches, and Hero Sports Polls (Sept. 5) / Lafayette: None

HEAD COACHES DELAWARE: Dave Brock (Salisbury State ‘94) - 18-18 (.500) all-time at Delaware and overall (4th season)...11-13 (.458) in CAA play...13-8 (.619) at Delaware Stadium...1-0 all-time vs. Lafayette...22nd head coach in Delaware football history...native of Moorestown, N.J. and a veteran of 24 collegiate seasons as an assistant coach...came to Delaware after serving one season as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under then coach Kyle Flood at Rutgers where team posted a 9-4 record, won a share of the Big East title, and advanced to the Russell Athletic Bowl in 2012...also coached at Boston College, Kansas State, North Carolina, Temple, Hofstra, Salisbury State, and Western Connecticut State...played linebacker at Ferrum (Va.) College before earning degree from Salisbury (Md.) State University in 1994...he and wife, Karen, have five children - Henry, William, Richard, Kate, and Maggie. Head Coaching Record Year by Year 2013 7-5 4-4 CAA (5th Place) 2014 6-6 4-4 CAA (5th Place) 2015 4-7 3-5 CAA (7th Place) 2016 1-0 0-0 CAA - over for more Catch all the latest Blue Hens Sports action at

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GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 2 2016 STATS MEDIA POLL (Sept. 5) 1. North Dakota State (1-0) ....4,067 (137 1st Place) 2. Richmond (1-0) ................................3,860 (21) 3. Northern Iowa (1-0) ..............................3,699 (5) 4. Sam Houston State (1-0) ............................3,627 5. Jacksonville State (1-0) ........................3,535 (1) 6. Chattanooga (1-0) ......................................3,004 7. Charleston Southern (1-1) ............................2,937 8. Eastern Washington (1-0) ......................2,849 (1) 9. South Dakota State (0-1) ............................2,641 10. Illinois State (1-0) ......................................2,584 11. McNeese (1-0) ............................................2,352 12. James Madison (1-0) ..............................2,350 13. William & Mary (0-1) ..............................2,195 14. Montana (1-0) ............................................1,994 15. Citadel (1-0) ................................................1,667 16. Portland State (1-0) ....................................1,539 17. Coastal Carolina (1-0) ..................................1,428 18. Western Illinois (1-0) ..................................1,280 19. Northern Arizona (0-1) ................................1,108 20. Youngstown State (1-0) ..................................692 21. Colgate (0-1) ..................................................600 22. Villanova (0-1) ............................................554 23. North Carolina A&T (1-0) ................................528 24. New Hampshire (0-1) ................................460 25. North Dakota (0-1) ........................................253 Other CAA teams w/ votes: Towson (243), Stony Brook (207), Albany (181), Delaware (37), Maine (18)

2016 FCS COACHES POLL (Sept. 5) 1. North Dakota State (23 1st Place) ................646 2. Richmond (3)............................................611 3 . Northern Iowa..............................................577 3. Sam Houston State ......................................577 5. Jacksonville State ........................................537 6 . Chattanooga ................................................483 7 . Charleston Southern ....................................472 8 . Eastern Washington......................................414 9 . Illinois State ................................................407 10. McNeese ......................................................398 11. James Madison ........................................396 12. South Dakota State ......................................347 13. William & Mary ......................................344 14. Portland State ..............................................319 15. Montana ......................................................288 16. The Citadel ..................................................256 17. Northern Arizona ........................................193 18. Western Illinois ............................................166 19. Villanova ..................................................133 20. Colgate ........................................................129 21. Harvard ........................................................98 22. Youngstown State ..........................................92 23. Southern Utah................................................76 24. North Carolina A&T ........................................67 25. Fordham........................................................59 Others CAA teams receiving votes: Albany 53, UNH 35, Stony Brook 20, Towson 12, Delaware 5

LAFAYETTE: Frank Tavani (Lebanon Valley ‘75) - 83-98 (.458) all-time at Lafayette and overall (17th season)...47-50 (.484) in Patriot League play...0-2 vs. Delaware...has led Lafayette to four Patriot League titles and NCAA Tournament appearances in 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2009...looking for first winning season since 2009 after team went 1-10 and placed seventh in the Patriot League with an 0-6 mark in 2015..All-American running back at NCAA III Lebanon Valley College in Pennsylvania...assistant coach at Franklin & Marshall (1976-85), Lebanon Valley (1986), and Lafayette (running backs coach in 1987-99) before taking over head position at Lafayette..2004 PL Coach of the Year.

DELAWARE-LAFAYETTE SERIES • Delaware leads the all-time series record by a 19-7 margin since the first game in 1914 • Delaware has won 12 straight meetings and 13 of the last 14, winning five of those contests by shutout • The average win margin during the 12-game Delaware win streak is 26.6, including a 61-0 Delaware victory in 1963 • Delaware is 10-3 all-time with 10 straight wins in games played in Easton, Pa., including a 49-0 win in the most recent meeting there in 1971. Lafayette’s last win in Easton was a 44-0 victory in 1921 • Delaware is 9-4 all-time vs. Lafayette in Newark with six straight wins, including a 19-9 win last year. Delaware is 9-3 all-time in games played at Delaware Stadium, including a 13-12 victory in the first game ever played at Delaware Stadium on Nov. 15, 1952 • Lafayette’s last win in the series was a 3-0 victory in 1960 at Delaware Stadium.

DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE YEAR BY YEAR 1914 - Lafayette, 41-0 1915 - Lafayette, 31-0 1921 - Lafayette, 44-0 1949 - Delaware, 7-0 1950 - *Lafayette, 9-7 1951 - Delaware, 25-7 1952 - *Delaware, 13-12

1953 - Delaware, 13-7 1954 - *Delaware, 41-7 1955 - Delaware, 14-6 1956 - *Lafayette, 28-14 1958 - *Lafayette, 7-6 1959 - Delaware, 26-8 1960 - *Lafayette, 3-0

1961 - Delaware, 34-0 1962 - *Delaware, 28-7 1963 - Delaware, 61-0 1964 - *Delaware, 28-0 1965 - Delaware, 40-7 1966 - *Delaware, 23-15 1967 - Delaware, 21-2

1970 -* Delaware, 36-20 1971 - Delaware, 49-0 1972 - *Delaware, 27-0 2004 - *Delaware 28-14 (NCAA 1st Round) 2015 - *Delaware, 19-9

LAST MEETING DELAWARE 19, LAFAYETTE 9 September 12, 2015 • Delaware Stadium • Newark, Del. NEWARK, Del. -- Delaware had to wait out an hour-long weather delay, but it was worth it as the Blue Hens kept Lafayette out of the end zone all night and collected their first win of the season with a 19-9 non-league football victory at Delaware Stadium. Delaware (1-1) forced three turnovers and held the Leopards (0-2) to just 270 total yards while the offense, playing its first game without leading rusher Wes Hills, piled up 257 yards on the ground en route to the win. The game was delayed for 70 minutes just before the start of the second half due to lightning in the area. Most of the game was played in the rain, including several heavy downpours. "We are thrilled with the victory," said Delaware third-year head coach Dave Brock. "Nothing was easy and it was a challenging night. I thought we played with incredible passion on defense and we played fast and physical and got after the passer. We talk about finishing all the time and tonight we did that." Sophomore Kareem Williams, pressed into duty after Hills broke his foot in last week's game, carried 14 times for 93 yards and was one of three UD runners with over 59 yards on the ground. Redshirt freshman quarterback Joe Walker who started his first career game, ran for 68 yards and scored a touchdown while redshirt freshman Thomas Jefferson picked up 59 more yards. On defense, Delaware picked off Lafayette quarterback Blake Searfoss once and recovered two fumbles while allowing just 270 yards, including only 55 on the ground. Searfoss hit on 13 of 24 passes for 171 yards. The Blue Hens had three sacks and four other tackles for loss on the evening.

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THE DELAWARE FOOTBALL TRADITION 6 National Titles (1948, 1963, 1971, 1972, 1979, 2003) • 22 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 4 NCAA National Runner-Up Finishes • 20 Lambert Cups • 12 ECAC Team of the Years • 18 Conference Championships

GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 3

HEAD COACH DAVE BROCK A new era of Blue Hen football began at the University of Delaware in 2013 led by head coach Dave Brock. Brock, a native of Moorestown, N.J. and a veteran of 22 collegiate seasons as an assistant coach, became just the fifth head coach of the Blue Hens since 1940. The University has produced six national championships, five national runner-up finishes, 20 NCAA Tournament appearances, 20 Lambert Cup trophies, three College Football Hall of Fame head coaches, and numerous All-Americans and National Football League players during that time. His four-year record at Delaware stands at 18-18 with a mark of 11-13 in league play. During his tenure, seven Blue Hen players have earned All-American honors, 21 have been named All-CAA, and over 50 have earned CAA All-Academic honors. In addition, four of his former players are playing professionally led by DT Zach Kerr (Indianapolis) and TE Nick Boyle (Baltimore) in the NFL, CB Travis Hawkins (Toronto) in the CFL, and RB Andrew Pierce (Tri-City) in the IFL. In addition to his head coaching duties, Brock has also taken over as quarterbacks coach in 2016 with longtime assistant Brian Ginn moving over to lead the tight ends. Highlighted by an exciting offensive attack and formidable special teams play, the Blue Hens found success in Brock’s rookie campaign in 2013 as Delaware produced an overall record of 7-5 and earned a fifth place finish with a 4-4 mark in the rugged Colonial Athletic Association. Delaware earned votes in The Sports Network Media Top 25 Poll every week during the season, peaking at the No. 15 spot on Nov. 4. Delaware jumped out to a 7-2 start that included big victories over No. 14 James Madison on Sept. 28 and a thrilling 32-31 last minute triumph over eventual NCAA FCS national runner-up Towson on Nov. 2. Two of Blue Hens’ five losses came by just three points or less and the squad was an impressive 5-2 at Delaware Stadium. A total of nine Blue Hen players received All-CAA notice led by defensive tackle Zach Kerr, who earned All-American notice and an invitation to the East-West Shrine All-Star Game and the National Football League Scouting Combine. Kerr (Indianapolis Colts) was one of three Blue Hens to sign NFL free agent contracts following the season, joining defensive back Travis Hawkins (New England Patriots) and offensive tackle Erle Ladson (Oakland Raiders). Delaware scored 30 or more points eight times and ranked No. 2 in the CAA in scoring offense (31.2 points per game) and No. 3 in passing offense (240.0 yards per game). On special teams, the Hens led the CAA in net punting, blocked punts for and against, and punt returns. The Blue Hens posted a record of 6-6 in 2014, including a 3023 overtime win at James Madison and a 31-28 victory at Albany. James Madison later advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The Hens fell just short of a major upset in the season finale, falling to No. 6 ranked Villanova 35-28 in the final minutes of play. Delaware was led by a pair of All-Americans in tight end Nick Boyle and punter Eric Enderson along with first team All-CAA wide receiver Michael Johnson. Boyle, one of the nation's top tight ends, played in the prestigious Senior Bowl and was selected in the fifth round of the NFL Draft by Baltimore. Enderson led the CAA and ranked No. 4 in the NCAA in punt-

ing average (44.9 yards per punt). During the 2015 season, Delaware posted a 4-7 record but posted victories over NCAA Tournament participants William & Mary (24-23) and New Hampshire (31-14) and suffered last minute setbacks to NCAA qualifier James Madison (24-21) and to then No. 6 ranked Villanova (28-21). In addition, Delaware trailed by just a single touchdown late in the third quarter against North Carolina before falling 41-14. The Tar Heels (11-3) ended the season ranked No. 15 in the nation at the FBS level. Brock, 49, came to Delaware after serving one season as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under coach Kyle Flood at Rutgers University. In 2012, Rutgers posted a 9-4 record, won a share of the Big East title, and advance to the Russell Athletic Bowl. Prior to Rutgers, Brock coached at Boston College, Kansas State, North Carolina, Temple, Hofstra, Salisbury State, and Western Connecticut State. “The opportunity to coach at a place with such a storied tradition, in the footprint of where I grew up and where I have coached most of my life, is an honor for my family and I am humbled by the opportunity,” said Brock. “The University of Delaware represents excellence in academics and athletics and I want to thank the University for inviting me into the family.” The New Jersey native’s coaching career includes stops at North Carolina, Temple, Hofstra, Kansas State and Boston College. He has been an offensive coordinator for seven of those seasons and has mentored many NFL standouts, including Hakeem Nicks (Indianapolis Colts), Jordy Nelson (Green Bay Packers), and Marques Colston (New Orleans Saints). At Boston College, eespite being picked to finish last in the ACC's Atlantic Division in preseason media voting, the 2009 Eagles finished with an 8-5 record and came within one win of playing in a third consecutive ACC Championship Game. Brock spent the 2008 season as Kansas State's offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach after coaching the wideouts in 2007. Kansas State ranked 18th nationally in passing (269.6) and 19th in scoring offense (34.9). As offensive coordinator at Kansas State, Brock spearheaded a Wildcat offense that produced the 2008 Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year in wide receiver Brandon Banks and Kansas State's most prolific passer in school history in quarterback Josh Freeman. Banks set a Wildcat junior record with 67 receptions and 1,049 yards while Freeman became Kansas State's career leader in numerous passing categories in 2008. In 2007, Brock tutored Kansas State's Jordy Nelson, who was a consensus All-American and Biletnikoff Award finalist, as well as Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year Deon Murphy. Nelson, who became the Wildcats' first-ever offensive consensus All-American, ranked second in the nation in receptions (10.2) and receiving yards per game (133.8) en route to setting 11 Kansas State receiving records. Kansas State, which set school records for passing yards, completions and attempts in a season, also ranked 20th nationally in passing offense (285.4) and 21st in scoring offense (35.2). The Wildcats finished the season with a 3,000-yard passer, a 1,600-yard receiver and a 1,000-yard rusher for the first time in school history. He played linebacker at Ferrum (Va.) College before earning a bachelor of science degree in political science from Salisbury (Md.) State University in 1994.

THE BROCK FILE Hometown: Moorestown, N.J. Alma Mater: Salisbury (Md.) State, 1994 Birthdate: June 5, 1967 Wife: Karen Children: Henry, William, Richard, Kate, Maggie

AT DELAWARE • HEAD COACH Overall Record: 18-18 (.500) Home: 13-8 (.619) / Away: 5-10 (.333) CAA: 11-13 (.458) Home: 6-6 (.500) / Away: 5-7 (.417) Non-League: 7-5 (.583) Home: 7-2 (.778) / Away: 0-3 (.000) vs. Top 25: 3-7 vs. Top 10: 1-3 vs. FCS: 18-15 vs. FBS: 0-3 Lead/T at Half: 12-7 Trail at Half: 6-11 Lead/T into 4thQ: 15-4 Trail into 4thQ: 3-14 Overtime Games: 1-0 400+ Off. Yds.: 11-2 - 400 Off. Yds.: 7-16 400+ Def. Yds.: 4-10 - 400 Def. Yds.: 14-8

COACHING CAREER 2013-Present - Delaware (head coach) 2012 - Rutgers (offensive coordinator (wide receivers) 2009-11 - Boston College (tight ends) 2008 - Kansas State (offensive coordinator/tight ends) 2007 - Kansas State (wide receivers) 2006 - North Carolina (asstistant HC/recruiting coord.) 2005 - North Carolina (wide receivers) 2002-04 - Temple (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks) 2002 - Hofstra (associate HC/offensive coordinator) 2000-01 - Hofstra (offensive coordinator/wide receivers) 1997-99 - Hofstra (recruiting coordinator/wide receivers) 1995 - Hofstra (running backs) 1994 - Salisbury State (recruiting coordinator/def. backs) 1991-93 – Western Connecticut State (recruiting coordinator/defensive backs) 1988-90 – Salisbury State (assistant coach) Playing Career Played linebacker at Ferrum College

GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 4 Delaware also got a big lift on special teams as redshirt freshman kicker Frank Raggo connected on a school-record tying 2016 four field goals, including a 45-yarder just before halftime that gave the Hens a 13-3 lead, and a 22-yarder with 28 seconds left COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION STANDINGS CAA TEAM W L #rv Albany ..............0 0 #RV DELAWARE....0 0 #2 Richmond ............0 0 #rv Stony Brook ......0 0 #12 James Madison..0 0 Elon..........................0 0 #rv Maine ................0 0 #24 N. Hampshire ....0 0 Rhode Island ............0 0 #22 Villanova ..........0 0 #rv Towson ..............0 0 #13 Wm. & Mary......0 0

Overall W L This Week 1 0 at Rhode Island (1) 1 0 at Lafayette (6) 1 0 Norfolk State (6) 1 0 at Temple (1) 1 0 Central Conn. (4) 0 1 at Charlotte (6) 0 1 at Toledo (7) 0 1 Holy Cross (7) 0 1 Albany (1) 0 1 Lehigh (6) 0 1 St. Francis (6) 0 1 at Hampton (6)

Last Week’s Results Thursday - Delaware def. Delaware State, 56-14; UConn def. Maine, 24-21; Stony Brook def. North Dakota, 13-9; North Carolina State def. William & Mary, 48-14; Friday Albany def. Buffalo, 22-16; Saturday - Pitt def. Villanova, 287; Gardner-Webb def. Elon, 31-6; Richmond def. Virginia, 37-20; James Madison def. Morehead State, 80-7; South Florida def. Towson, 56-20; Kansas def. Rhode Island, 55-6; San Diego State def. New Hampshire, 31-0

COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MEDIA TELECONFERENCE The Colonial Athletic Association will hold its weekly coaches teleconference each Monday throughout the season beginning at 10 a.m. The first teleconference will be held on Aug. 29. Contact Scott Selheimer or CAA Football Media Director Rob Washburn (804-754-1616) for numbers and access codes. A complete transcript of the teleconference is available on the CAA website Monday afternoon at www.caasports.com. Below is this year’s weekly schedule 10:00 a.m. - CAA Football Update 10:10 a.m. - Joe Harasymiak - Maine 10:20 a.m. Sean McDonnell – New Hampshire 10:30 a.m. - Mike Houston – James Madison 10:40 a.m. - Greg Gattuso – Albany 10:50 a.m. - Jim Fleming – Rhode Island 11:00 a.m. - Andy Talley – Villanova 11:10 a.m. - Dave Brock – Delaware 11:20 a.m. - Rich Skrosky – Elon 11:30 a.m. - Chuck Priore – Stony Brook 11:40 a.m. - Danny Rocco – Richmond 11:50 a.m. - Jimmye Laycock - William & Mary 12:00 p.m. - Rob Ambrose - Towson 12:10 p.m. - Selected Student-Athlete when necessary

in the game that sealed the victory. The four field goals was the most ever by a UD freshman and the most since Sean Baner had four against Bucknell in 2012. After Lafayette jumped out to a 3-0 first quarter lead on a 40-yard field goal by Jacob Bissell, the Hens reeled off 13 straight points on field goals of 19 and 45 yards by Raggo and a one-yard dive by Walker. Walker's touchdown was set up when senior defensive Vince Hollerman recovered a fumble by Lafayette backup quarterback Drew Reed at the Lafayette two-yard line with 6:36 left in the half. The Leopards cut the UD margin to 13-9 in the third quarter on field goals of 40 and 47 yards by Bissell, but the Hens got those back on two more three-pointers from Raggo, including a 20-yarder with 6:27 left that capped an 85-yard drive and the 22-yarder in the final minute. Sophomore defensive lineman Bilal Nichols recorded a career-high eight tackles and forced a fumble that safety Simba Gwashavanhu recovered with 4:55 left to set up Raggo's final field goal. Sophomore linebacker Charles Bell also added eight stops and intercepted a pass for the Blue Hens, who have now allowed just one offensive touchdown in two games this season.

LAST TIME OUT FOR DELAWARE NEWARK, Del. (Sept. 1, 2016) -- Wes Hills made up for a lot of missed time Thursday night in the University of Delaware football team’s 2016 debut at Delaware Stadium. Hills, determined to make his return a big one after sitting out all but the 2015 opener while recovering from a broken foot, did just that as the junior running back ran for 212 yards and scored two touchdowns, one on a 59-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, to lead the Blue Hens to a 56-14 victory over in-state rival Delaware State before an appreciative crowd of 17,835. The Blue Hens piled up 487 yards of total offense, including 395 on the ground, and a dominating UD defense forced six turnovers and held the Hornets to just 184 total yards in the complete victory. Delaware downed Delaware State for the seventh time without a loss in this in-state rivalry and in the process captured the 300th victory in the history of 65-year old Delaware Stadium. “This first game back meant a lot to me,” said Hills, who posted his fifth career 100-yard rushing game and recorded the ninth highest single game rushing effort in Delaware history. “Coach (Dave) Brock and my team put a lot of faith in me and I had no choice but to go out there and give it my all. Being back feels great, being in front of the Delaware fans is an incredible feeling. Nothing beats it.” The Blue Hens (1-0) drove 74 yards on their first drive and scored on a Jalen Randolph two-yard run just five minutes in to take a quick 7-0. They then promptly got the ball back when defensive end John Nassib intercepted a pass on Delaware State’s second play from scrimmage. Eleven plays later Delaware sophomore quarterback Joe Walker scored on a one-yard dive to push the lead to 14-0. Delaware never looked back as Hills scored on runs of 13 and 59 yards to push the lead to 28-0 at the break, Randolph scored his second touchdown of the game five minutes into the second half, and Walker added a 25-yard scoring toss to Diante Cherry 24 seconds later to push the advantage to 42-0. UD backup quarterback Blake Rankin added a 10-yard scoring pass to wide receiver Charles Scarff on the final play of the third quarter and sophomore linebacker Troy Reeder, a Delaware native playing his first game for the Blue Hens after transfering from Penn State, put the cherry on top with a 13-yard interception return for a touchdown 12 second into the final stanza. - over for more -

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 the UD student station WVUD 91.3 FM. The 2016 season marks the 18th year of Delaware football’s association with WDSD and iHeart Radio. WDSD, the only station with statewide coverage in Delaware, will once again serve as the flagship station for Blue Hen football with coverage throughout Delaware and parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Games can also be heard on the internet at www.iheart.com/live/461. Scott Klatzkin, a Delaware graduate, will serve in his fifth year as play by play announcer. Also part of the on-air broadcast team will be color commentator Matt Janus; sideline reporter, former UD defensive lineman Michael Atunrase; and engineer James Taylor. Klatzkin will serve as co-host of the hour-long Dave Brock Show each Wednesday during the season at 7 p.m. The first show will be broadcast on Monday, Aug. 29 and then follow each Wednesday night during the season. The broadcast will be live at Klondike Kate’s Restaurant in Newark and will also be available on the web. WVUD 91.3 will also broadcast all Delaware games in 2016 with Teddy Gelman calling the action. Games can also be heard on the internet at www.wvud.org.

GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 5

STATISTICAL LEADERS DELAWARE PASSING Comp. Att. Yards Joe Walker ............6 9 66 Blake Rankin ........2 2 26

TD Int. Lg 1 0 25 1 0 16

RUSHING Att. Wes Hills ................19 Thomas Jefferson ..13 Jalen Randolph ......11 Joe Walker ..............6 Eric Patton ............12

Yds. 212 70 55 39 19

Avg. TD 11.2 2 5.4 0 5.0 2 6.5 1 1.6 0

Long 59 30 12 19 6

RECEIVING Rec. Diante Cherry ..........2 Charles Scarff ..........2 Owen Tyler ..............1

Yds. 34 22 16

Avg. 17.0 11.0 16.0

Long 25 12 16

TD 1 1 0

KICK/PUNT XP-A FG-A Lg. Punt Avg. Lg Frank Raggo ............8-8 0-1 - Will Stephenson ............- 5 41.4 52 DEFENSE TT (Solo) Troy Reeder ............5 (3) Armen Ware ............4 (3) Charles Bell..............4 (2) Nasir Adderley ........3 (2) Anthony Jackson......2 (1)

TFL Sack 1 (1) 1 (1) 2 (14) 2 (14) 1 (1) 2 (2) 1 (2) 0 (0) 1 (3) 0 (0)

Int. PD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

LAFAYETTE PASSING Comp. Att. Yards Drew Reed ..........31 42 316

TD Int. Lg 3 0 31

RUSHING Att. DeSean Brown ......12 C.J. Amill ..............12

Yds. 30 15

Avg. 2.5 1.2

TD 0 0

Lg 9 8

RECEIVING Rec. Joey Chenoweth ......8 Matt Mrazek ............6 D. Wadsworth ..........5 Yasir Thomas............4 Rocco Palumbo ........3 C.J. Amill ................3

Yds. 53 93 56 28 46 19

Avg. 6.6 15.5 11.1 7.0 15.3 6.1

TD 0 3 0 0 0 0

Long 21 21 20 20 31 12

KICK/PUNT XP-A FG-A Lg. Punt Avg. Lg Jacob Bissel ..............3-3 1-3 35 - Ryan Forrester ..............- 6 38.2 42 DEFENSE TT (Solo) TFL Sack Jerry Powe ............10 (2) 0 0 Michael Root............9 (0) 0 0 Philip Parham ..........8 (6) 1 (3) 0 Izaih Avent ..............7 (4) 0 0

Int. PD 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

“I told the players before the game that I was going to relax and coach and they should go out and just have fun,” said Brock. “We have a close-knit group of guys who work hard with and for each other. You could sense that they were going to bring a lot of energy tonight. I am thrilled for them that they did that. The takeaways were fantastic, I thought we played smothering defense, ran the ball the way we want to run the football, and I think our passing game is going to be explosive. I’m excited about building on this. Wes is a year older and a year stronger. The things he does for this team are contagious. He helps us win in so many more ways than what you see.” Delaware sophomore Thomas Jefferson, the 2015 Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Rookie of the Year, added 70 yards rushing while Randolph, who missed all but the first three games of the 2015 season himself due to an injury, picked up 55 yards. In addition to interceptions by Nassib and Reeder, junior linebacker Anthony Jackson picked off two passes. The Hens had just 12 combined interceptions over the last two seasons.

BLUE HEN SUPERLATIVES FOR SEASON OPENER • Delaware’s 56 points were its most since a 59-56 five-overtime loss to Richmond in 2007 and the most on opening day since a 62-21 win over Lehigh in 1993. The 56 points was also the eighth highest total among all FCS teams last week • The 395 yards rushing were the most by a Delaware team since gaining 443 against West Chester in 2000 and the 487 total yards were the most since a 500-yard effort against Rhode Island in 2013. The 487 yards was the 18th best mark among all FCS teams during the first week of the season while the 395 rushing yards was the third highest. • Delaware forced six turnovers on four interceptions and two fumble recoveries. That matched the most takeaways for the Hens since forcing six against Southern Illinois in a 2003 NCAA Tournament first round win • Delaware held a huge 22-minute advantage in time of possession

RUNNING DOWN HILLS Wes Hills’ 212-yard performance was a career-high, the ninth highest single game total in school history, and third highest ever on opening day at Delaware. The 212 yards were the most by a Delaware player since Andrew Pierce ran for 215 vs. Richmond during the 2011 season. Hills’ yardage was also the most of any running back in the nation at FCS last week and the sixth highest of any player in the country at any level (see below): NCAA Week 1 Top Individual Rushing Performances 1. Sam Benger (Carnegie Mellon) vs. Washington (Mo.) 251 2. Aaron Jones (UTEP) vs. New Mexico St. 249 3. Joey Valdivia (Lake Forest) vs. Beloit 224 4. Nick Chubb (Georgia) vs. North Carolina 222 5. Sean McAllen (WPI) vs. MIT 215 6. Wes Hills (Delaware) vs. Delaware State 212

LAST TIME OUT FOR LAFAYETTE NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (Sept. 2, 2016) -- Drew Reed connected with Matt Mrazek for all three of Lafayette's touchdowns as the Leopards pulled away from Central Connecticut State for a 24-10 victory on Friday night at Arute Field. Reed was 31-of-42 for 316 yards and three touchdowns, while Mrazek reeled in six catches for 93 yards in the season-opening victory. Two of the scores came in the fourth quarter. The Leopards, who did not commit a turnover, forced five Central Connecticut State turnovers in the game and four in the first quarter. Lafayette led 10-0 after the first 15 minutes. On CCSU's first drive, LB Brandon Bryant popped the ball loose from the ball carrier near midfield and the Lafayette offense did the rest, covering 62 yards on nine plays. Reed looked sharp from the beginning, completing six of seven passes to three different receivers on the initial drive. The final completion was an 18-yard touchdown strike to the outstretched arms of Mrazek. The defense continued to force turnovers. Safety Draeland James picked off a pass at midfield and returned it 27 yards. The offense settled for a 35-yard Jacob Bissell field goal and a 10-0 lead with 7:31 left in the first. Sophomore CB Izaiah Avent, in the first start of his career, picked off a pass deep in Leopard territory. Classmate Jerry Powe followed suit, taking on a blocker out wide, forcing a fumble after the catch and then recovering on the sideline just before the end of the first quarter. Defensively, Powe led the team with 10 tackles while Michael Root added nine and Phillip Parham eight. The defense held CCSU to 85 rushing yards and 354 yards of total offense. Lafayette managed 22 rushing yards and 338 total yards while sporting a 10minute advantage in time of possession.

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GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 6 SUCCESS VS. THE PATRIOT LEAGUE Delaware owns an all-time record of 79-41 (.658) vs. current Patriot League opponents, including records of 30-16 vs. Lehigh, 23-11 vs. Bucknell, 18-7 vs. Lafayette, 6-0 vs. Colgate, 1-3 vs. Fordham, 1-2 vs. Holy Cross, and 0-2 vs. Georgetown. The Hens have won nine straight games over Patriot League opponents, most recently a 19-9 win over Lafayette last season and a 28-25 victory over Colgate in 2014, both at Delaware Stadium. The last time the Blue Hens fell to a Patriot League foe came in 1999 when the Hens dropped a 42-35 decision to Lehigh at Delaware Stadium.

TOUCHDOWN CLUB MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS VS. DELAWARE STATE

2016 NCAA/CAA STAT RANKINGS DELAWARE/NCAA FCS Rk (109) / CAA Rank (12) Rushing Offense ............................395.0 / 3rd / 2nd Passing Offense ..........................92.0 / 97th / 10th Passing Efficiency ........................202.98 / 5th / 1st Total Offense ..................................487.0 / 18th / 3rd Scoring Offense ................................56.0 / 8th / 2nd Red Zone O/D .833 / 55th / 5th | 1.000 / 65th / 8th Sacks Allowed ................................0.0 / 1st / 1st Rushing Defense ..............................35.0 / 9th / 1st Passing Efficiency Defense ..........93.27 / 20th / 4th Passing Defense ..........................149.4 / 24th / 4th Total Defense..................................184.0 / 11th / 3rd Scoring Defense ..............................14.0 / 22nd / 3rd Sacks By . ............................................4.0 / 7th / 1st Net Punting ..................................33.0 / 68th / 10th Punt Ret. O/D .... 3.3 /49th / 5th | 2.0 / 45th / 2nd Kickoff Ret. ....25.3 / 21st / 2nd | 28.2 / 93rd / 10th Turnover Margin ............................+5.0 / 1st / 1st

Seven University of Delaware players were the winners of this week’s Blue Hen Touchdown Club Most Valuable Player Awards for their contributions during the Delaware State game week. The five are scheduled to be honored at the weekly Blue Hen Touchdown Club Luncheon this Thursday, Sept. 8, at 12 noon in the Bob Carpenter Center Lounge. OFFENSE – Wes Hills (Jr., Wildwood HS/Wildwood, N.J.)...rushed 19 times for a career-high 212 yards and two touchdowns to lead an offense that picked up 487 yards, including 409 on the ground....yards were the third highest ever for a UD runner on opening day...scored on runs of 13 and 59 yards in the second quarter. DEFENSE – Anthony Jackson (Jr., LB, Suitland HS/Riverdale, Md.)...led a defense that forced six turnover and held DSU to just 184 total yards...registered two tackles, including for loss, and intercepted two passes. SPECIAL TEAMS – Tim Sheridan (Jr., LS, Eastern Regional HS/Voorhees, N.J.)...was flawless in his first collegiate action as a deep snapper...teamed with P Will Stephenson for five punts for a 41.4-yard averaged with two inside the 20-yard line. PRACTICE WEEK MVPS: Offense - Dillon Zimmerman (Fr., WR, Hillsborough HS/Hillsborough, N.J.); Defense - Sal Mauro (Fr., DL, Bergen Catholic HS/Staten Island, N.Y.); Colby Reeder (Fr., LB, Salesianum HS/Hockessin, Del.); Special Teams - Joey Carter (Fr., WR, Cedar Park HS/Cedar Park, Tex. INDIVIDUALS (NCAA TOP 20) Rushing..........................Wes Hills / 212.0 / 1st / 1st LEHIGH VALLEY TIES Interceptions ..........Anthony Jackson / 2.0 / 1st / 1st Lafayette, located in Easton, Pa. about 110 miles from Newark, Del., is part of the Lehigh Valley. Delaware has several ties to Rush Avg.........................Wes Hills / 11.2 / 1st / 1st the area as two members of the team hail from the area. Junior defensive tackle and All-American candidate Blaine Woodson is Sacks ..............................Armen Ware / 2.0 / 3rd / 1st from Stroudsburg, Pa. (Stroudsburg High School) while junior running back Kareem Williams is a native of Schnecksville, Pa. and Sacks......................Blaine Woodson / 0.77 / 20th / 6th a graduate of Parkland High School. Woodson is a two-time All-Colonial Athletic Association selection who has 10.5 career sacks. All-Purpose Yds. ............Wes Hills / 212.0 / 8th / 2nd Williams is expected to redshirt this season after rushing for 795 yards and three touchdowns in 2015. Scoring ..............................Wes Hills / 12.0 / 16th /4th ................................Jalen Randolph / 12.0 / 16th / 4th HENS PACKING FOR RARE LONG ROAD TRIP Passed Defended..Anthony Jackson / 2.0 / 13th / 1st Delaware football will embark on a rare three-game road swing beginning this weekend when Delaware heads to Lafayette Saturday night. The Blue Hens will then follow that with a Sept. 17 game at Wake Forest, a bye week on Sept. 24, and the Colonial LAFAYETTE / NCAA Div. I FCS / Patriot League Athletic Association opener Oct. 1 against James Madison in Harrisonburg, Va. Delaware will finally return home on Oct. 8 to host CAA Rushing Offense ..........................22.0 / 105th / 7th foe Maine for Parents and Family Weekend. Delaware will play three straight regular season road games in the same season for the Passing Offense ..........................316.0 / 13th / 1st first time since 2004 when the Hens traveled to Navy (34-20 loss), James Madison (20-13 loss), and Richmond (23-14 win) in con- Passing Efficiency ......................156.85 / 23rd / 2nd secutive weeks. It will also mark the first time Delaware has gone four straight weeks without a home game at Delaware Stadium in Total Offense..................................338.0 / 58th / 5th the same season since Sept. 7-28, 1991 when the Hens played three straight road games at Massachusetts, William & Mary, and Scoring Offense ..............................24.0 / 43rd / 4th Rhode Island before a bye week. Prior to that, the last time that happened at home was Oct. 22-Nov. 14, 1949 when the Hens, then Sacks Allowed ..................................3.0 / 67th / 5th Rushing Defense ............................85.0 / 29th / 3rd playing at Wilmington Ball Park, won four straight road games over Lafayette, Muhlenberg, Bradley, and Washington & Lee. Passing Efficiency Defense ........122.81 / 46th / 3rd Passing Defense ..........................269.0 / 82nd / 5th TRUE FRESHMEN SEE ACTION IN OPENER Total Defense ................................354.0 / 39th / 2nd Two true freshman saw action in the season opener vs. Delaware State as walk-on kicker Jake Roth kicked off nine times for Scoring Defense ............................10.0 / 14th / 1st a 64.4-yard average and had four touchbacks and wide receiver Chichi Amachi also saw extensive playing time but did not catch a Red Zone O/D.... .1.000 /1st/1st | .000/1st /1st pass. In all, 13 players made their collegiate debuts, including Roth and Amachi, WR Ricky Emerson, DB Darron Daniel, DL Aaron Sacks By . ........................................2.00 / 45th / 2nd Donalson, DB Brian Dennis, DB Pat Crowley, P Will Stephenson, LS Tim Sheridan, OL Connor Lutz, OL Steve Robinson, Net Punting ....................................18.8 / 108th / 7th WR Andrew Verboys, and DL Lloyd Badson. Punt Ret. O/D 0.0 / 61st / 6th | 25.3 / 103rd / 7th Kick Ret. O/D ..14.0 / 84th / 6th | 23.0 / 73rd / 5th STATE OF DELAWARE WELL REPRESENTED ON BLUE HENS ROSTERS Turnover Margin ............................ +5.0 / 1st / 1st This year’s Delaware football features a total of 23 Delaware natives - including juniors WR DeAndre Davis (St. Mark’s HS), DT Grant Roberts (Concord), LB Tommy Wilmoth (Salesianum), RB Eric Patton (St. Elizabeth), WR Ricky Emerson (Red Lion INDIVIDUALS (NCAA TOP 20) Christian), DT Bilal Nichols (Hodgson), sophomores DB Pat Crowley (Concord), LB Daulton Gregory (Salesianum), LB Troy Receiving TD ..............Matt Mrazek / 3.0 / 1st / 1st Reeder (Salesianum), DE Armen Ware (Middletown, Del.), DB Ray Jones (Hodgson), WR Jamie Jarmon (Indian River), red- Scoring ........................Matt Mrazek / 18.0 / 2nd / 1st shirt freshmen DL Lloyd Badson (Caravel) and DB Brian Dennis (Concord), and true freshmen DL Yaw Aidoo (Wilmington Completions ..................Drew Reed / 31.0 / 5th / 1st Charter), WR Chichi Amachi (William Penn), TE Brent Reed (Cape Henlopen), WR Jeremy Ryan (Salesianum), DL Stefon Interceptions..................Izaiah Avent / 1.0 / 6th / 1st Woodruff (St. George’s), DL Brandon Nixon (Cape Henlopen), K Mark Bonnie (Polytech), RB Alphaeus Hanson (DMA), and ..................................Draeland James / 1.0 / 6th / 1st Receptions................Joey Chenoweth / 8.0 / 8th / 1st LB Colby Reeder (Salesianum). 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GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 7 BIG PLAY COUNT (20+ Yard Plays Run/Pass/Reception +30 PR, KR, IR, FR, BLFGR) 2016 DELAWARE TOTAL: 4 (1 pass/3 run) / 0 KOR / 0 PR / 0 FR / 0 IR) 20-29 - 2 30-39 - 1 40-49 - 0 50-59 - 1 60-69 - 0 70-79 - 0 80-89 - 0 90-99 - 0 2016 OPPONENTS TOTAL: 5 (2 pass/1 run/2 KOR/0 PR/0 Int./0 FR) 20-29 - 2 30-39 - 1 40-44 - 1 50-59 - 1 60-69 - 0 70-79 - 0 80-81 - 0 90-99 - 0 QB Blake Rankin Career: 1 (1 pass/0 run)

2016: 0

QB Joe Walker Career: 7 (6 pass/1 run)

2016: 1 (1 pass)

NOTES, MILESTONES, AND RANDOM FACTS TO PONDER.... • Delaware returns seven All-CAA performers (LB Charles Bell, OL Connor Bozick, OL Brody Kern, DT Bilal Nichols, DT Blaine Woodson, CB Justin Watson, TE Brandon Whaley, and Co-Offensive Rookie of the Year RB Thomas Jefferson) from the 2015 campaign, third only to William & Mary (12), and CAA preseason favorite Richmond (9). • Delaware returns 99.6 percent of its rushing offense, 100 percent of its passing offense, 87.8 percent of its pass receptions, and 96.3 percent of its scoring from last season. Defensively, Delaware returns 100 percent of its interceptions, 84.7 percent of its tackles, and 59 percent of its sacks. • Delaware and Stony Brook were the only teams in the CAA last year to rank in the NCAA Top 25 in the FCS in scoring defense, total defense, and rushing defense. • Junior LB Charles Bell is Delaware’s active career leader with 127 tackles while junior DT Blaine Woodson is the active sack leader with 10.5 • Senior OT Connor Bozick has never missed a game since his redshirt freshman season. He enters the Lafayette game having played in 36 straight games with 24 straight starts • RB Wes Hills has rushed for 1,333 career yards (38th all-time at Delaware) and RB Jalen Randolph has 1,153 yards rushing for his career (49th all-time at UD). RB Thomas Jefferson needs just 40 yards to reach 1,000 for his career and become the third member of the unit to reach the impressive milestone and the 58th player in school history to reach the lofty plateau

BLUE HEN FRIDAYS Blue Hen fans won’t want to miss Blue Hen Fridays this fall. The UD campus will once again be rocking with spirit, excitement, and Blue Hen pride as the popular celebrations return. On the Friday before each home game this season, UD cheerleaders, dance team members, and mascots will take over an area on campus and provide students, faculty, staff, and fans giveaways and gameday information while providing plenty of spirit and excitement with cheers and stunts and photo opportunities with the Hen Hype crew. All University of Delaware students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to wear Delaware blue and yellow all day each Friday in support of the Blue Hens.

RB Jalen Randolph Career: 10 (3 rec./7 run) 2016: 0

INJURY REPORT

RB Wes Hills Career: 13 (11 runs/2 KOR) 2016: 2 (2 runs)

Redshirt freshman Christian Lohin suffered a season-ending knee during the Blue Hens’ second scrimmage on Aug. 20. Updates on C Peter Thistle, OG Mario Farinella, and DT Bilal Nichols who each left Thursdays’ game with injuries will be provided at Tuesday’s press luncheon by head coach Dave Brock.

RB Kareem Williams Career: 9 (9 run)

2016: 0

RB Thomas Jefferson Career: 6 (5 runs/1 pass)

2016: 1 (1 run)

WR Diante Cherry Career: 4 (3 rec./1 pass)

2016: 1 (1 rec.)

WR Vinny Papale Career: 1 (1 rec./0 pass)

2016: 0

TE Ryley Angeline Career: 2 (2 receptions)

2016: 0

DB Ray Jones Career: 7 (7 KOR)

2016: 0

TE Brandon Whaley Career: 1 (reception)

2016: 0

FS Ryan Torzsa Career: 1 (PR/block)

2016: 0

TALENTED FOURSOME SELECTED 2016 DELAWARE FOOTBALL CAPTAINS Four players with unquestionable talent and leadership abilities have been selected to serve as captains for the 2016 University of Delaware football team. In a vote of team members, junior linebacker Charles Bell, junior running back Wes Hills, senior running back Jalen Randolph, and senior safety Ryan Torzsa were selected to lead the squad during the much-anticipated upcoming season. “This is awesome,” said Delaware head coach Dave Brock, who will begin his fourth year at the helm Thursday, Sept. 1, when the Blue Hens host Delaware State at Delaware Stadium. “The vote was overwhelming in favor of these guys. They are all respected by their teammates and I know they are respected by the coaching staff.” Delaware will have as many as four captains for just the fifth time in school history and for the first time since 2014 when Nick Boyle, Patrick Callaway, Jake Giusti, and Michael Johnson led Brock’s squad.“We have four guys who are certainly impact players,” continued Brock of his captains. “They have each played a lot of football for us and they will be very important ingredients to our success in 2016. They check all the boxes from the standpoint of leadership, accountability, and trust. They are proven players and they are representative of the team.” Bell, a third-year team member from Conestoga, Pa. (Penn Manor HS), returns as one of the top defensive players in the Colonial Athletic Association and was a preseason All-CAA selection by the league coaches. He leads a defense that ranks among the top units in the NCAA and returns eight starters. He earned second team All-CAA honors a year ago when he led the team with 96 tackles (team-high 39 solo stops) while adding 1.5 sacks, three tackles for loss, one interception, one pass breakup, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery. He ranked No. 4 in the CAA in tackles with 8.7 per game. He is a business management major at Delaware. Hills, a fourth-year junior from Wildwood, N.J. (Wildwood HS), returns to action in the Blue Hen backfield this fall after missing all but one game a year ago when he suffered a season-ending injury in the season opener. A gifted athlete who is an elusive and punishing runner and one of the team’s top special teams performers, Hills ran for 88 yards in his only appearance a year ago vs. Jacksonville. In three seasons, he has piled up 1,121 yards rushing and seven touchdowns. He is a criminal justice major at Delaware.

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GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 8 DELAWARE IN SEASON OPENERS University of Delaware Football opened its 125th season since 1889 last week when the Blue Hens defeated in-state foe Delaware State 56-14, snapping a two-game losing streak on opening day. Delaware had won two straight season openers - having defeated Jacksonville (Fla.) 51-35 in Dave Brock’s Delaware debut in 2013 and knocking off NCAA Division II West Chester (Pa.) 41-21 during the 2012 campaign - before falling at Pitt 62-0 in 2014 in Pittsburgh, Pa. and dropping a season-opening 2014 decision at home to Jacksonville (Fla.) last season. Delaware has won 8 of its last 12 season openers, falling only to NCAA FBS members Navy 40-17 in 2011, Maryland (14-7) in 2008, Pitt (62-0) in 2014, and Jacksonville (20-14) last season during that span. Delaware has opened the season at home 11 times since 2001 and played an FCS in the lidlifter eighth times during that span.

DELAWARE TOUGH IN HOME OPENERS Delaware is now 53-12 (.815) in home openers since Delaware Stadium opened in 1952 with the Blue Hens having won 10 straight prior to last year’s setback to Jacksonville. Still, the Hens have won 24 of their last 27 home debuts in these friendly confines.

DELAWARE VS. NON-LEAGUE FOES Delaware will take on its second of three 2016 non-league opponent this week when the Hens travel to Lafayette. The Blue Hens have enjoyed outstanding success vs. non-league opponents, especially at home where Delaware has currently won 24 of its last 26 contests against non-league foes following the 56-14 win over Delaware State last week. The Hens had won 22 straight games before falling to Sacred Heart by a 10-7 on Oct. 4, 2014. The Blue Hens had not lost to a non-league opponent at home since a 17-10 setback to former Northeast Conference member (and now CAA member) Albany on Sept. 16, 2006. That win streak included NCAA Tournament victories over Delaware State in 2007 and over Lehigh and Georgia Southern in 2010. Delaware will close out non-league play Sept. 17 at NCAA FBS foe Wake Forest of the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Blue Hens won their final road game of the 2015 season (14-10 over Elon) but enter Lafayette having lost nine straight non-league road games since a 20-17 NCAA FCS Tournament semifinal win at Southern Illinois in 2007. The Hens’ most recent non-league road game was a 41-14 setback at FBS North Carolina last Sept. 26.

BLUE HENS AT DELAWARE STADIUM Blue Hens Win 300th Game at Delaware Stadium vs. Delaware State Delaware boasts one of the top home-field advantages in all of college football. Not only do Blue Hen fans turn out to Delaware Stadium each week - helping UD become the only NCAA FCS team in the nation to average 20,000 or more fans per regular season home game 12 seasons between 1999-2010 - they see consistently winning football. Delaware has won 43 of its last 62 home games (.693) and is 300-100-4 (.747) in 65 seasons all-time at Delaware Stadium, including a mark of 20-5 with eighth straight wins in the post-season. Delaware claimed its 300th win all-time at Delaware Stadium last week vs. Delaware State with a 56-14 victory. Delaware went 5-2 at home in Dave Brock’s first season at the helm in 2013, went 4-3 in 2014, and finished at 3-3 in 2015. The Hens are now 13-8 (.619) at Delaware Stadium in Brock’s four seasons and have posted a winning or .500 season at home nine straight years and in all but two seasons since 1984. Delaware has ranked in the top 10 nationally for home attendance among FCS programs each of the last 20 seasons since 1996. The Hens ranked No. 9 in NCAA FCS in average home attendance in 2015, averaging 15,826 fans per game. Montana led all FCS teams with an average home attendance of 24,319. Delaware’s attendance of 17,835 vs. Delaware State last week was the fifth highest among all FCS teams during the first week of the season, trailing only St. Francis at Montana (26,002), Morehead State at James Madison (23,626), North Alabama at Jacksonville State (22,116), and Charleston Southern at North Dakota State (18,881).

BLUE HENS EXTEND IMPRESSIVE SCORING STREAK AT DELAWARE STADIUM A rarity occurred Aug. 30 when Delaware was shutout in a season-opening 62-0 loss at the hands of host Pittsburgh. The shutout loss snapped Delaware’s streak of 220 straight games scoring a point - a streak that dated all the way back to a 27-0 setback to Villanova back on Sept. 14, 1996. It also marked the first time Delaware had been shutout on opening day since a 21-0 loss to Lehigh in the 1950 opener while also snapping a streak of 99 straight road games scoring a point. The 220-game streak was the longest among Colonial Athletic Association teams. That rarity happened again back on Oct. 10, 2015 when Delaware suffered a 20-0 shutout loss at Rhode Island, snapping streaks of 211 straight games scoring vs. FCS opponents and 156 straight games scoring in conference games. Both streaks dated back to the Villanova loss in 1996. The Blue Hens were also shutout by a 19-0 score at Towson on Oct. 31. - over for more -

2016 DRIVE INFORMATION DELAWARE SEASON HIGHS Most Plays: 11 vs. Delaware State (1st/TD) 10 vs. Delaware State (1st/TD) 8 vs. Delaware State (2nd/TD) Longest Drives: 77 yards vs. Delaware State (2nd/TD) 74 yards vs. Delaware State (1st/TD) 70 yards vs. Delaware State (3rd/TD) 50 yards vs. Delaware State (3rd/Fumble) Longest Times: 6:10 vs. Delaware State (1st/TD) 4:51 vs. Delaware State (1st/TD) 4:22 vs. Delaware State (2nd/TD) 3:36 vs. Delaware State (3rd/Fumble) Scoring Success: 7 for 14 (.500) Three and Out: 4 of 14 (.286) OPPONENT SEASON HIGHS Most Plays: 8 by Delaware State (4th/TD) 6 by Delaware State (2nd/Fumble) 6 by Delaware State (3rd/TD) Longest Drives: 75 by Delaware State (3rd/TD) 44 by Delaware State (4th/TD) 42 by Delaware State (2nd/Fumble) Longest Times: 2:43 by Delaware State (4th/TD) 2:20 by Delaware State (3rd/TD) 2:09 by Delaware State (1st/Punt) Scoring Success: 2 for 14 (.142) Three and Out: 10 for 14 (.714)

GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 9 Still, one impressive scoring streak continues to live on for the Blue Hens. Delaware has not been held off the scoreboard at home at Delaware Stadium since suffering a 24-0 setback to Holy Cross back on Nov. 12, 1983 - a streak of 218 straight games. Delaware has been shutout just five times in its last 389 games since 1983 and just seven times in its last 489 games since 1975. In CAA play, the Hens have been shutout just three times in 241 games since joining the Yankee Conference (which became the Atlantic 10 and then CAA) in 1986 and have never been shutout in 121 conference home games at Delaware Stadium.

contests with 23 starts. A year ago he anchored a unit that helped Delaware rank No. 2 in the CAA and 17th in the NCAA in rushing offense (219.4 yards per game) and No. 4 in sacks allowed (1.64/44th in NCAA). “Connor brings an awful lot of experience and confidence to the lineup,” said Brock. “He is a very physical player and a guy we are going to count on to anchor our offensive front in 2016.”

DELAWARE AND THE NFL DELAWARE PICKED NO. 7 IN CAA PRESEASON POLL; BOZICK, BELL HONORED Most coaches will tell you that preseason polls mean absolutely nothing. Count University of Delaware football head coach Dave Brock among that substantial crowd. So when the Blue Hen football team was announced as the No. 7 pick in the preseason order of finish during the annual Colonial Athletic Association Football Media Day at M&T Bank Stadium back in July, it really didn’t matter. Whether the Hens had been picked No. 1 or No. 12, it all means nothing until the end of the season. “Media Day is an exciting way to kickoff a new season,” said Brock, who will enter his fourth season at the helm and will be looking for vast improvement from his 2015 team that went 4-7 and placed seventh in the league standings with a 3-5 mark. “I look forward to a great year of Delaware football.” In addition to the team rankings, Delaware linebacker Charles Bell and offensive tackle Connor Bozick were each named to the preseason All-CAA squad. Brock has every reason to believe that his squad has the potential to turn some heads. The Blue Hens return 18 starters from that squad, fourth highest in the league behind Towson (21), Albany (20), and preseason favorite Richmond (19). “We feel like all the pieces are in place for us to be a playoff team in 2016,” said Brock, who will be looking to lead UD back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 2010 squad finished as national runner-up. “I look forward to getting underway. Our goal is always to be the best team in the best conference (CAA) in the country.” Richmond, which shared the league regular season title (10-4 overall/6-2 in league play) with James Madison (9-3, 6-2 CAA) and William & Mary (9-4, 6-2 CAA) last year and was one of four CAA teams to advance to the postseason, was the preseason favorite in the coaches/media relations representatives poll with 19 first place votes (out of 24 cast) and 282 total points. William & Mary was second with one first place vote and 250 points and James Madison was third with 209 points. Villanova was fourth with 197 points, New Hampshire was fifth with three first place votes and 186 points, and Towson rounded out the top half in sixth place with 180 points. William & Mary, JMU, and New Hampshire each advanced to the NCAA Tournament a year ago along with Richmond. Delaware took seventh place in the poll with 171 points and was followed by Stony Brook (111), Maine (107), Elon (72), Albany (69), and Rhode Island (37). Maine received one first place vote. Bell and Bozick, two of Delaware’s 10 All-CAA picks overall a year ago, led the preseason All-CAA team announced Tuesday. Richmond placed a league-high seven players on the preseason team, including preseason Offensive Player of the Year in quarterback Kyle Lauletta and preseason Defensive Player of the Year in safety David Jones. Bell (Penn Manor/Conestoga, Pa.) earned second team All-CAA honors from his middle linebacker spot in 2015 and returns to lead one of the top defensive units in the NCAA with eight returning starters. The hard-hitting linebacker led the team ranked No. 4 in the CAA with 96 tackles (8.7 per game) and also contributed three tackles for loss and an interception. As a team, Delaware finished in the national Top 25 in total defense, rushing defensive, and scoring defense. “Charles has proven himself to be an elite player in the CAA,” said Brock. “We look forward to him continuing to grow as a player and a leader for our defense and for our team.” The 6-5, 320 lb. Bozick (DeMatha Catholic/Severn, Md.) earned third team All-CAA honors in 2015 when he was one of four offensive lineman to start every game. A versatile player, Bozick will move from guard to tackle this season and will be one of just 10 seniors on the team. He has never missed a game since his redshirt freshman season and has played in all 35

Delaware football continues to make a big impact in the National Football League. Entering this week, six former Blue Hen standouts - were on NFL rosters following the cut down to 53-man rosters. That total ranks the Blue Hens tied for third nationally among FCS programs with the most current players on NFL active rosters (as of Sept. 6/source ESPN.com). Montana and North Dakota State lead the way with seven each followed by Delaware, Samford, and Northern Iowa with six each. Delaware’s list includes two-time All-Pro safety Mike Adams and DL Zach Kerr; former Super Bowl MVP QB Joe Flacco and TE Nick Boyle with Baltimore; LB Paul Worrilow with Atlanta; and OL Gino Gradkowski with Carolina. OL Erle Ladson (Cleveland), DB Marcus Burley (Seattle), and WR Andrew Opoku (Indianapolis) were each released by their teams earlier. And don’t forget former Blue Hen All-American QB Matt Nagy who currently serves as offensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs. Flacco led Baltimore to a Super Bowl victory and was named the game’s MVP following the 2012 season. He will start for the Ravens for the ninth straight season this fall. Worrilow led the Falcons in tackles as a rookie free agent in 2013 and did so again in 2014 and 2015. Adams, a 12-year NFL veteran, led Denver to the Super Bowl in 2013 and Indianapolis to the AFC title game in 2014. He earned All-Pro honors in both 2014 and 2015. Two current UD coaching staff members also enjoyed week-long stints in the NFL earlier this summer as assistant coaches Henry Baker (New York Giants) and Dennis Dottin-Carter (Seattle) took part in the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship for the second straight year.

MORE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE TIES Current Blue Hen juniors Kareem Williams and defensive end John Nassib also have some strong ties to the National Football League as both have brothers playing with the New York Giants. William’s brother Andre, a 2013 Heisman Trophy finalist at Boston College, is a third-year running back with the Giants while Nassib’s older brother, Ryan, is a fifth-year Giants backup quarterback. In addition, another Nassib brother, Carl, was an All-American defensive end at Penn State in 2015 and was drafted in the third round of the NFL Draft by Cleveland and is currently playing with the Browns.

DELAWARE FOOTBALL TO APPEAR ON TV AT LEAST THREE TIMES IN 2016 The Colonial Athletic Association announced its 2016 CAA Football television schedule in June and the University of Delaware will be featured at least three times during the upcoming fall season. Delaware will appear on television three times as part of the CAA’s extensive 30-game television package for the 2016 season, which includes 18 conference matchups in conjunction with the league’s broadcast partners, NBC Sports Regional Networks and the American Sports Network. The Blue Hens’ three appearances will include a Sept. 17 matchup at Atlantic Coast Conference foe Wake Forest on ESPN3 at 6:30; a CAA home battle vs. local foe Towson on Oct. 29 at 3:30 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet; and a Nov. 12 league road battle at Richmond at 3:30 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet.

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GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 10 Delaware could also appear a fourth time on Nov. 19 at home vs. Villanova - the 50th meeting all-time between the two rivals. The regular season concludes on Nov. 19 with CSN and ASN each picking a “wildcard game”, which will showcase the best matchups based on the conference standings. The networks will choose the games no later than two weeks in advance. NBC Sports Regional Networks – which includes CSN Mid-Atlantic, CSN Philadelphia, CSN New England and SNY – will carry 11 CAA Football games and one non-conference contest this season. NBC Sports Regional Networks deliver more than 2,200 live sporting events annually, along with award-winning breaking news, comprehensive analysis, digital content and original programming to more than 43 million homes. The American Sports Network package will feature eight CAA Football games this fall. ASN – the collegiate sports initiative of the Sinclair Broadcast Group – has affiliates that reach approximately 40 percent of U.S. households. Sinclair operates 173 television stations airing 483 channels in 81 markets, and has affiliations with all the major networks nationwide. CAA Football’s televised games will also be available on a variety of desktop, mobile, tablet and smart TV devices. The NBC Sports app will stream each of the CSN games at no cost to authenticated subscribers. In addition, CAA.tv will provide free digital coverage of numerous CAA Football contests throughout the season. CAA Football’s television lineup includes at least one conference game on every Saturday between Sept. 17 and Nov. 19. Specific CSN and ASN clearances will be announced weekly throughout the season. In addition to the conference package, at least 10 non-conference contests featuring CAA Football teams will air on ESPN3.

HENS AND NORTH DAKOTA STATE ANNOUNCE SERIES The University of Delaware and North Dakota State University have agreed to a two-game contract for football games during the 2018 and 2019 seasons. The announcement was made jointly by the two programs on Aug. 10. NDSU will host the Blue Hens in the season opener Sept. 1, 2018, at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome. Delaware will host the Bison at Delaware Stadium in Newark on Sept. 14, 2019. These will be the first two meetings between Missouri Valley Conference leader North Dakota State and Delaware, which plays in the Colonial Athletic Association. “We look forward to a tremendous challenge,” said Delaware fourth-year head coach Dave Brock. “We are excited to bring one of the elite programs in the nation to Delaware Stadium and look forward to that first meeting in 2018. Both administrations did a great job pulling together and making this happen.” Delaware won the FCS national championship in 2003 with a 15-1 record as a member of the Atlantic 10. The Blue Hens joined the CAA in 2007 and were national runners-up in 2007 and 2010. NDSU has won 20 straight FCS playoff games and five straight national titles since a 2010 quarterfinal overtime loss at Eastern Washington, which beat Delaware in the national championship. One of the two teams has played in each of the last six FCS national championship games and in 8 of the last 13. “We are thrilled to begin this football series with North Dakota State,” said Delaware Director of Athletics and Recreation Services Chrissi Rawak. “I know that Coach Brock and his team and certainly our fans will be excited to see the Blue Hens square off against a program that has been at the forefront of FCS football over the last five years. Two great football programs with longstanding traditions from different regions meeting up is a great thing for college football.” North Dakota State will be Delaware's first Missouri Valley Conference opponent since hosting South Dakota State on Sept. 11, 2010. Both teams annually rank among the national FCS leaders in home attendance. NDSU ranked No. 7 nationally in home attendance with a mark of 18,497 in 2015 while Delaware ranked ninth with an average home total of 15,826 a year ago.

rent CAA teams that have played more than two seasons, posting a record of 149-92, good for a .618 winning percentage. Delaware’s .618 winning percentage is tops among active CAA squads, surpassing Villanova (136-91, .599), James Madison (109-78, .583), William & Mary (106-80, .570), and New Hampshire (227-185-10, .550) in the top five. Old Dominion owns the top spot all-time with a .813 (13-3) win percentage but the Monarchs played just two seasons in 2011-12. Massachusetts went 236-139-4 (.628) in conference play before leaving for the MAC.

PRE-GAME WALK, POST-GAME ALMA MATER AMONG RECENT DELAWARE FOOTBALL GAMEDAY TRADITIONS Blue Hen fans are invited to join in on unique Delaware Football gameday experiences that began during the 2013 season. Fans can come out and greet members of the Blue Hen football squad during pre-game as they march down Stadium Drive escorted by the Delaware Marching Band, Cheerleaders, and Spirit Groups on their way to the locker room. The walk begins approximately two and one-half hours before kickoff. Fans were also invited to stick around after each home game and join the Blue Hens as they head to the southwest corner of the field to sing the alma mater along with the Delaware Marching Band. Also new in 2013, a member of the team who hails from the State of Delaware led the Blue Hens out of the tunnel waving the state flag accompanied by a teammate carrying the U.S. flag. 2016 Flag Bearers: Delaware State: LB Maurice Harley (US Flag); LB Troy Reeder (State Flag) Lafayette: TBA

NAME GAME Delaware’s roster has four sets of players who share the same last name, including two pairs of brothers in first-year Penn State transfer Troy Reeder and his younger brother, freshman linebacker Colby Reeder. Troy enjoyed an outstanding season with the Nittany Lions in 2015 and was one of the Big 10’s top freshmen before the transfer. The other brother set is a pair of twins in redshirt freshmen quarter Pat Kehoe and offensive lineman M.J. Kehoe. Delaware also has Brent and Bryan Reed and Diasjon and Steve Robinson but neither pair is related.

SMART GUYS! For the second straight year in 2015, the University of Delaware football team put a record number of student-athletes on the Colonial Athletic Association Academic All-Conference Team. Delaware, which led all league members with a school-record 28 selections in 2014, surpassed that mark with 30 student-athletes honored for the 2015 team. To be eligible for the team, student-athletes must have earned a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average through the Fall, 2015 semester for their careers at the school. Delaware currently has 20 student-athletes - about 20 percent of the roster - who carry a cumulative 3.0 or higher GPA at Delaware led by RB Jalen Randolph, FS Ryan Torzsa, DB K.C. Hinton, LB Jalen Kindle, OL James Kretkowski, DL Christian Lohin, DL John Nassib, WR Vinny Papale, QB Christian Portale, K Frank Raggo, QB Blake Rankin, OL Bryan Reed, LS Tim Sheridan, DB Eric Skogmo, OL Peter Thistle, OL Collin Wallish (perfect 4.0), DL Armen Ware, LB Tommy Wilmoth, DL Blaine Woodson, and TE Kyle Yocum. Randolph is currently enrolled in Delaware’s MBA master’s program after earning his degree in health behavior science in May. He is a two-time CoSIDA District 2 All-Academic selection. Torzsa also earned CoSIDA District 2 honors a year ago.

DELAWARE’S CAA SUCCESS Delaware has enjoyed great success in conference play since joining the Yankee Conference (now the Colonial Athletic Association) back in 1986. The Blue Hens, who have won outright or shared nine league titles during that time, own the best record in league games among all cur-

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GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 11 A BLUE HEN IN THE WHITE HOUSE...AND AT DELAWARE STADIUM When U.S. President Barack Obama and running mate, former Delaware Senator Joe Biden, won the 2008 presidential election, it was big news. And even bigger news for the citizens of Delaware and those affiliated with UD. In November, 2012, Obama and Biden were elected for another four-year term to lead the country. A 1965 graduate of the University of Delaware with degrees in history and political science, Biden played on the Blue Hen freshman football team in 1961 under head coach Scotty Duncan but did not play varsity football after that. Biden, a member of the UD Wall of Fame and an ardent Delaware football fan, considered himself “a half-baked halfback” during his brief UD football career. Biden made his first visit to Delaware Stadium as Vice-President on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2009 as he attended the Maine game and sat with UD President Patrick Harker and current New Jersey Governor and 2016 Presidential candidate Chris Christie (also a UD graduate) throughout the entire contest. He made another visit to Delaware Stadium in 2010 when he attended Delaware’s 16-3 NCAA quarterfinal win over New Hampshire on Dec. 10. He also attended the Hens’ 2010 national championship game in Frisco, Tex. with Christie and Delaware Gov. Jack Markell. Biden met with then head coach K.C. Keeler and members of the team on Sept. 19, 2008 when Biden’s plane was parked on the same tarmac as the Delaware charter at New Castle County (Del.) prior to its trip to Furman. Biden later made an appearance at the Blue Hens’ game vs. Maine at Delaware Stadium on Oct. 11, 2008.

75+-YARD RUN (QB):......................................Andy Hall vs. Hofstra, 2003 (85 yards; TD) 75+-YARD RUN (WR):..................Michael Johnson vs. Rhode Island, 2013 (78 yards; TD) 25 CARRIES: ............................................Thomas Jefferson vs. James Madison, 2015 (28) 30 CARRIES: ..........................................................Andrew Pierce vs. Villanova, 2011 (40) 40 CARRIES: ..........................................................Andrew Pierce vs. Villanova, 2011 (40) OPPONENT RUSHED FOR 100+ YARDS ..............................Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks (135) ......................................................................................& D.J. Crook (134) by Albany, 2015 OPPONENT RUSHED FOR 150+ YARDS Mikal Abdul-Saboor (Wm. & Mary), 2014 (198) OPPONENT RUSHED FOR 200+ YARDS..................Terrance West (Towson), 2013 (206) OPPONENT HAD 2 PLAYERS RUSH FOR 100+ YARDS ....Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks (135) ......................................................................................& D.J. Crook (134) by Albany, 2015 OPPONENT QB RUSHED FOR 100+ YARDS ................D.J. Crook (Albany), 2015 (134) PASSING 20 COMPLETIONS: ..............................................Trent Hurley vs. Wm. & Mary, 2014 (24) 30 COMPLETIONS: ....................................................Trevor Sasek vs. Towson, 2013 (34) 40 COMPLETIONS: ......................................................Pat Devlin vs. Villanova, 2009 (42) 40 ATTEMPTS: ................................................Trevor Sasek vs. William & Mary, 2013 (50) 50 ATTEMPTS: ................................................Trevor Sasek vs. William & Mary, 2013 (50)

SHAMELESS SELF PROMOTION University of Delaware Assistant AD for Athletics Media Relations Scott Selheimer will be on hand to cover his 298th straight UD football game this week vs. Lafayette. He has staffed and represented UD athletics at every football game - home and away since the 1992 season opener vs. Massachusetts. The streak includes 28 NCAA playoff games and three national championship contests. Delaware’s overall record stands at 192-104-1 (.648) during those 297 games.

WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME .....? RUSHING 100-YARDS RUSHING: ......................................Wes Hills vs. Delaware State, 2016 (212) 100-YARDS RUSHING, FRESHMAN: ......Thomas Jefferson vs. Wm. & Mary, 2015 (174) 100-YARDS RUSHING BY A QUARTERBACK: ........Andy Hall vs. Hofstra, 2003 (159) 100-YARDS RUSHING BY A RECEIVER: Michael Johnson vs. Rhode Island, 2013 (123) 150-YARDS RUSHING: ....................................Wes Hills vs. Delaware State, 2016 (212) 200-YARDS RUSHING: ....................................Wes Hills vs. Delaware State, 2016 (212) BACK TO BACK 100-YARD GAMES: ......Thomas Jefferson - 2, 2015 (UNC-Wm. & Mary) TWO PLAYERS RUSH FOR 100 YARDS:..............................Thomas Jefferson (120) and ..................................................................Kareem Williams (113) vs. James Madison, 2015 TWO PLAYERS RUSH FOR 100 YARDS (RB): ..................Thomas Jefferson (120) and ..................................................................Kareem Williams (113) vs. James Madison, 2015 THREE PLAYERS RUSH FOR 100 YARDS: ......................Leo Hamlett, Pat Williams, and ....................................................................................Kai Hebron vs. James Madison, 1995 SCORED THREE RUSHING TDs: ........Thomas Jefferson vs. New Hampshire, 2013 (3 TDs) SCORED FOUR RUSHING TDs: ....................Omar Cuff vs. Delaware State, 2007 (4 TDs) SCORED FIVE RUSHING TDs: ......................Omar Cuff vs. William & Mary, 2007 (6 TDs) 50+-YARD RUN (RB): ..............................Wes Hills vs. Delaware State, 2016 (59 yards) 50+-YARD RUN (QB):......................................Andy Hall vs. Hofstra, 2003 (85 yards; TD) 50+-YARD RUN (WR): ................................Jerel Harrison vs. Villanova, 2013 (50 yards) 75+-YARD RUN (RB): ..................Kareem Williams vs. New Hampshire, 2015 (84 yards)

200-YARDS:........................................................Trent Hurley vs. Wm. & Mary, 2014 (236) 300-YARDS: ..............................................................Trevor Sasek vs. Towson, 2013 (330) 400-YARDS: ..............................................................Pat Devlin vs. Villanova, 2009 (407) 3 TD PASSES: ........................................................Trent Hurley vs. Rhode Island, 2014 (3) 4 TD PASSES: ............................................................Trent Hurley vs. Richmond, 2013 (4) 50-YARD PASS: ............................Trent Hurley to WR Michael Johnson vs. Elon, 2014 (59) 75-YARD PASS: ..............Trent Hurley to WR Jerel Harrison vs. James Madison, 2014 (86) THREW THREE INTERCEPTIONS: ..........................Joe Walker vs. Rhode Island, 2014 (3) THREW FOUR INTERCEPTIONS: ..............................Trent Hurley vs. Richmond, 2012 (4) WR/RB THREW TD PASS: ......................................WR Diante Cherry to RB Jalen Randolph vs. Jacksonville, 2015 (22) ....................................................WR Rob Jones to QB Trent Hurley vs. Villanova, 2013 (13) OPPONENT THREW FOR 200+ YARDS ..............Connor Christansen (Elon), 2015 (243) OPPONENT THREW FOR 300+ YARDS...... Mitch Tribusky (North Carolina), 2015 (312) OPPONENT THREW FOR 400+ YARDS ............Michael Strauss (Richmond), 2013 (543) OPPONENT THREW FOR 500+ YARDS ............Michael Strauss (Richmond), 2013 (543) RECEIVING 10 RECEPTIONS: ..........................................Michael Johnson vs. Sacred Heart, 2014 (10) 100-YARDS RECEIVING: ................................Michael Johnson vs. Villanova, 2014 (117) CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES: ..............................Michael Johnson vs. ........................................................................................................Sacred Heart, Elon, 2014 200-YARDS RECEIVING: ..............................Courtney Batts vs. West Chester, 1994 (204) TWO PLAYERS RECEIVING FOR 100 YARDS: ......................Phillip Thaxton (121) and ................................................................................Mark Duncan (114) vs. Villanova, 2009 100-YARDS RECEIVING BY A RUNNING BACK: ....Omar Cuff vs. Hofstra, 2005 (105)

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GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 12 3 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS: ..............................Michael Johnson vs. Wagner, 2013 (3) 50-YARD RECEPTION: ................Trent Hurley to WR Michael Johnson vs. Elon, 2014 (59) 75-YARD RECEPTION: ....Trent Hurley to WR Jerel Harrison vs. James Madison, 2014 (86) QB CAUGHT TOUCHDOWN PASS:..................................Trent Hurley from WR Rob Jones ........................................................................................................vs. Villanova, 2013 (TD) OPPONENT HAD 100+ RECEIVING YDS.: ....Christian Summers of Towson (133), 2015 OPPONENT HAD 150+ RECEIVING YDS.: ..........Kevin Guylas of Villanova (152), 2015 OPPONENT HAD MULTIPLE 100+ RECEIVING YDS.: ..................Rashad Ponder (175), ............................................Stephen Barnette (127), Brian Brown (109) of Richmond, 2013 INTERCEPTIONS 3 INTERCEPTIONS: ............................................Dan Mulhern vs. Rhode Island, 1999 (3) 2 INTERCEPTIONS: ......................................Anthony Jackson vs. Delaware State, 2016 (2) ......................................................................................Craig Brodsky vs. Wagner, 2013 (2) INTERCEPTIONS IN CONSECUTIVE GAMES: ................................................................ ........................................................................Simba Gwashavanhu, 2 straight games, 2015 ....................................................Tim Breaker 3 straight games, 2012 (1st time since 2001) INTERCEPTION FOR A TD: ............................Troy Reeder vs. Delaware State, 2016 (13) INT. FOR A TD BY A LINEMAN: ........................Zach Kerr vs. William & Mary, 2012 (47) OPPONENT INTERCEPTION FOR TD: ......................Tez Wilson, Rhode Island, 2015 (25) OPPONENT INT. 2 PASSES FOR TD: ..............Villanova, 2012 (Ronnie Akins/Eric Loper) PASS BREAKUPS 4 PASS BREAKUPS: ....................................Nasir Adderley vs. New Hampshire, 2015 (4) TACKLES 10 TACKLES: ....................................................Charles Bell vs. James Madison, 2015 (11) 15 TACKLES: ..............................................Patrick Callaway vs. William & Mary, 2013 (18) 20 TACKLES: ....................................................................Erik Johnson vs. Navy, 2007 (20) QUARTERBACK SACKS 2+ SACKS: ........................................................Armen Ware vs. Delaware State, 2016 (2) 3+ SACKS: ....................................................Vince Hollerman vs. Delaware State, 2014 (3) 4+ SACKS: ..........................................................John Levelis vs. New Hampshire, 1988 (4)

FUMBLE RECOVERY FOR TD: ........................Ryan Torzsa vs. James Madison, 2015 (41) FUMBLE RECOVERY FOR TD IN CONSECUTIVE GAMES: ..................Paul Worrilow vs. ..............................Maine (11 yards) and Rhode Island (27), 2011 (only time in UD history) OPPONENT FUMBLE RECOVERY FOR TD: ..........................Cory Parker (Albany), 2015 ..........................................................................(recovered fumbled punt return in end zone) KICKING/PUNTING 40-YARD FIELD GOAL: ..............................................Frank Raggo vs. Albany, 2015 (44) 50-YARD FIELD GOAL: ........................................Sean Leach vs. Northeastern, 1995 (50) 50-YARD FIELD GOAL ATTEMPT: ..........Sean Baner vs. Richmond, 2012 (51 yards/NG) KICKED THREE FIELD GOALS IN A GAME: ............Frank Raggo vs. Lafayette, 2015 (4) KICKED FOUR FIELD GOALS IN A GAME: ..............Frank Raggo vs. Lafayette, 2015 (4) 60-YARD PUNT: ............................................Eric Enderson vs. Villanova, 2014 (65 yards) HAD A PUNT BLOCKED: ..................................By William & Mary vs. Eric Enderson, 2014 (Current Streak - 84 punts without block - 16 games) BLOCKED A PUNT: ......................................Against William & Mary, 2015 by Ryan Torzsa (Current Streak - 39 punts without block - 7 games) RETURNED BLOCKED FG FOR TD: ......................................................Travis Hawkins vs. ..................................................................................Wm. & Mary, 2012 (90; NCAA Record) RETURNED BLOCKED PAT FOR 2 PT CONV. ..................Jordan Thomas vs. Maine, 2013 ....................................................................................(only defensive PAT in school history) MISCELLANEOUS SAME PLAYER OVER 200 YARDS PASSING AND 100 YARDS RUSHING: ............................................................Dale Fry vs. West Chester, 1993 (259 pass, 116 rush) ..............................................Bill Vergantino vs. James Madison, 1991 (239 pass, 121 rush) ............................................................Tom DiMuzio vs. Bucknell, 1969 (205 pass, 118 rush) SAME PLAYER OVER 100 YARDS RUSHING AND 100 YARDS RECEIVING: ..............................................................Nate Beasley vs. Lehigh, 1975 (109 pass, 118 rush) TEAM SCORING DELAWARE SCORED 50+ POINTS: ..................56 vs. Delaware State, 2016 (56-14 win) DELAWARE SCORED 40+ POINTS: ..................56 vs. Delaware State, 2016 (56-14 win) DELAWARE SCORED 30+ POINTS:....................56 vs. Delaware State, 2016 (56-14 win)

KICK/PUNT RETURNS KICK RETURN FOR TD: ..............................Travis Hawkins vs. William & Mary, 2013 (97) KICK RETURN FOR TD (CONSECUTIVE GAMES): ..................................Jerry Butler vs. ................................................................................James Madison (94)/Towson (98), 2008 RETURNED OPENING KICK FOR TD: ......Travis Hawkins vs. William & Mary, 2013 (97) ......................................................................Ricardo Walker vs. William & Mary, 2002 (95) OPPONENT KICKOFF RETURN FOR TD: ..DeVonte Dedmon, William & Mary, 2015 (89) OPP. RETURNED OPENING KICK FOR TD: ..........Angelo Babbaro, Villanova, 2010 (85) RECOVERED ONSIDE KICK: ................Justin Watson vs. UNH, 2014 (K Kevin McLaughlin) ..................................................................Rob Jones vs. Towson, 2013 (K Garrett Greenway) FAILED TO RECOVER OPPONENT ONSIDE KICK: ............................By Villanova, 2013 PUNT RETURN FOR TD: ....................................Rob Jones vs. Delaware State, 2013 (62) PUNT RETURN FOR TD (BLOCKED PUNT): ..Que’Shawn Jenkins vs. Wm. & Mary, 2015 ..................................................................................Sean Bleiler vs. Southern Illinois, 2003 OPPONENT PUNT RETURN FOR TD: ................B.W. Webb, William & Mary, 2012 (91)

DELAWARE ALLOWED 60+ POINTS: ........................62 by Pittsburgh, 2014 (62-0 loss) ..............................................................................62 by Richmond, 2007 (62-56 loss in OT) ..............................................................62 by Maine, 2013, 2013 (62-28 loss in regulation) DELAWARE ALLOWED 50+ POINTS: ........................62 by Pittsburgh, 2014 (62-0 loss) DELAWARE ALLOWED 40+ POINTS: .............. 41 by North Carolina, 2015 (41-14 loss) DELAWARE ALLOWED 30+ POINTS: ................41 by North Carolina, 2015 (41-14 loss) DELAWARE FAILED TO SCORE A POINT: ............................By Towson, 2015 (lost 19-0) Current Streak: 4 games DELAWARE FAILED TO SCORE A POINT VS. FCS TEAM: ..By Towson, 2015 (lost 19-0) Ended streak of 214 games (‘96)/Current Streak: 4 games DEL. FAILED TO SCORE A POINT IN CONFERENCE: ..........By Towson, 2015 (lost 19-0) Ended streak of 156 games (‘96)/ Current Streak: 3 games DELAWARE FAILED TO SCORE A POINT AT HOME: ....By Holy Cross, 1983 (lost 24-0) Current Streak: 218 games DELAWARE FAILED TO SCORE A TOUCHDOWN: ..............By Towson, 2015 (lost 19-0) Current Streak: 4 games - over for more -

GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 13 DELAWARE SCORED LESS THAN 10 POINTS: ..................By Towson, 2015 (lost 19-0) Current Streak: 4 games DELAWARE RECORDED A SHUTOUT AT HOME: ..................Wm. & Mary, 2011 (21-0) Current Streak: 33 games DELAWARE RECORDED CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS AT HOME: ..................1999-2000 Rhode Island (35-0), The Citadel (38-0), West Chester (84-0), Northeastern (42-0) DELAWARE RECORDED A SHUTOUT ON ROAD: ..........................Hofstra, 2008 (17-0) Current Streak: 35 games DELAWARE RECORDED A SHUTOUT IN THE POST-SEASON: ............................2003 Note: Colgate, 12/19/03 (40-0) in Chattanooga, Tenn. in NCAA I-AA Championship (Neutral) DELAWARE WAS SHUTOUT ON ROAD: ..............................By Towson, 2015 (lost 19-0) Current Streak: 1 games SAFETIES DELAWARE RECORDED A SAFETY: ............................................vs. Rhode Island, 2012 (Jeff Williams sacked QB Bob Bentsen in the end zone) OPPONENT RECORDED A SAFETY: ........................................................vs. Maine, 2012 (Punter Rauley Zaragoza threw ball out of end zone) TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS DELAWARE 2 PT CONVERSION: ............vs. New Hampshire, 2015 (QB Joe Walker run) OPPONENT 2 PT CONVERSION: ..............by Villanova, 2015 (QB Zach Bednarczyk run) RECENT LAST SECOND PLAYS DELAWARE WON A GAME ON THE LAST PLAY OF REGULATION: • Delaware def. William & Mary 24-23, Oct. 3, 2015 (Frank Raggo 29 FG) • Delaware def. Albany 33-30, Oct. 12, 2013 (Sean Baner 42 FG) • Delaware def. West Chester 33- 31, Sept. 20, 1986 (Fred Singleton 3-yard run) DELAWARE WON A GAME ON A LAST SECOND FIELD GOAL IN REGULATION: • Delaware def. William & Mary 24-23, Oct. 3, 2015 (29-yard FG by Frank Raggo, :00 left) • Delaware def. Albany, 33-30, Oct. 12, 2013 (42-yard FG by Sean Baner, :00 left) • Delaware def. James Madison, 13-10, Oct. 2, 2010 (28-yard FG by Mike Perry with :03 left) • Delaware def. UMass 37-34, Oct. 10, 1987 (28-yard FG by Don O’Brien with :07 left) DELAWARE WON A GAME IN OVERTIME WITH A FIELD GOAL: • Delaware def. Maine 24- 21, Nov. 1, 2003 (36-yard field goal by Brad Shushman in OT) DELAWARE WON A GAME IN OVERTIME WITH A TOUCHDOWN: • Delaware def. James Madison 30-23, Sept. 27, 2014 (Harrison 4 pass from Hurley) DELAWARE LOST A GAME IN FINAL SECONDS: • Villanova def. Delaware, 35-34, Nov. 23, 2013 (24 yd. FG, Mark Hamilton with :01 left) • Richmond def. Delaware, 46-43, Nov. 16, 2013 (4 yd. pass Michael Strauss to Reggie Diggs with 0:04 left) DELAWARE LOST A GAME ON A LAST SECOND FIELD GOAL IN REGULATION: • Villanova def. Delaware, 35-34, Nov. 23, 2013 (24 yd. FG, Mark Hamilton with :01 left) • Northeastern def. Delaware 27-24, Oct. 7, 2006 (35-yard FG by Mat Johnson with :00 left) DELAWARE LOST A GAME ON A LAST SECOND FIELD GOAL IN REGULATION (POST-SEASON): • McNeese State def. Delaware 23-21 in NCAA I-AA semifinals, Dec. 13, 1997 (31-yard FG by Shonz LaFrenz with :05 left)

DELAWARE OVERTIME GAMES Below is a list of Delaware’s all-time overtime games with date, opponents, result, and how the game was won. Delaware is 8-12 all-time in overtime games (5-7 at home/3-5 on the road) Sep. 13, 1986 - *New Hampshire (H), L, 21-28 (Norm Ford 14 pass from Bob Jean) Oct. 31, 1987 - **Maine (H), L, 56-59 (Peter Borjestedt 25 FG) Nov. 21, 1987 - *Boston Univ. (H), W, 17-10 (Gil Knight 11 run) Nov. 30, 1991 - **James Madison (H), L35-42 (NCAA Playoffs) (Kenny Sims 25 run) Sep. 17, 1994 - *Villanova (A), W, 38-31 (Norman Coleman 25 run) Nov. 2, 1996 - *Wm. & Mary (A), L, 7-10 (Brian Shallcross 42 FG) Sep. 12, 1998 - *Villanova (A), L, 31-34 (Casey Hannon 35 FG) Sep. 2, 1999 - *Wm. & Mary (H), W, 34-27 (Butter Pressey 19 run) Oct. 30, 1999 - *Northeastern (A), W, 37-34 (James O’Neal 3 run) Nov. 20, 1999 - *Villanova (A), L, 45-51 (Ducarmel Augustin 25 run) Nov. 4, 2000 - *New Hampshire (H), L, 44-45 (Brian Mallette 7 pass from Ryan Day) Oct. 19, 2002 - **Rhode Island (A), L, 14-17 (Shane Laisle 34 FG) Nov. 1, 2003 - *Maine (H), W, 24-21 (Brad Shushman 36 FG) Nov. 15, 2003 - ***Massachusetts (H), W, 51-45 (Justin Long 4 pass from Andy Hall) Dec. 4, 2004 - **William & Mary (A), L, 44-38 (NCAA Playoffs) (Jon Smith 7 run) Sept. 10, 2005 - *Lehigh (H), W, 34-33 (Omar Cuff 16 pass from Sonny Riccio; Lehigh scored but missed PAT) Nov. 10, 2007 - *****Richmond (H), L, 56-62 (Josh Vaughan 13 run) Nov. 20, 2010 - *Villanova (H), L, 21-28 (Aaron Ball 1 run) Nov. 3, 2012 - *Towson (H), L, 27-34 (Terrance West 3 run) Sept. 27, 2014 - *James Madison (A), W, 30-23 (Jerel Harrison 4 pass from Hurley Note: Longest game in UD history

*=number of overtimes

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TENTATIVE TWO-DEEP LINEUPS Delaware vs. Lafayette • September 10, 2016 • Easton, Del.

DELAWARE OFFENSE TE HB

81 Brandon Whaley (Jr., 6-4, 240) 10 Kyle Yocum (Jr., 6-2, 235)

TE

85 Charles Scarff (Jr.r, 6-5, 250)

WR (X) 17 Matt Mrazek (6-4, 215, Jr.)

89

Dylan Wadsworth (6-3, 240, Jr.)

42 Eric Patton (Jr., 5-11, 220)

X/WR 80 Diante Cherry (Jr.r, 5-11, 185)

88 Chichi Amachi (Fr., 6-2, 185)

Z/WR 6 Jamie Jarmon (So., 6-2, 205)

17 Ricky Emerson (Jr.r, 6-2, 190)

A/WR 13 Vinny Papale (So., 6-1, 200)

LAFAYETTE OFFENSE

21 Owen Tyler (So., 6-2, 235)

9 Ryley Angeline (So.r, 6-3, 220)

81 Angus Evans (6-5, 250, So.) 12 Josh Davis (6-2, 200, Jr.) 6 Rocco Palumbo (6-3, 190, Jr.)

WR (Z) 18 Nick Franzese (6-0, 185, Jr.)

2 Tim Vangelas (6-2, 200, Sr.) 1 Joey Chenoweth (5-11, 170, So.)

LT

79

Cam Smith (6-5, 310, Jr.)

77 Toussaint Helm (6-6, 305, Sr.)

LT

70 Jake Trump (Jr.r, 6-7, 285)

78 Jethro Pepe (So.r, 6-7, 280)

LG

67

Connor Staudle (6-6, 320, Sr.)

78 Colin Raysor (6-7, 305, Jr.)

LG

68 Will Lewis (Sr.r, 6-5, 280) or

74 Steve Robinson (Fr.r, 6-5, 295)

C

62

Kevin Zataveski (6-4, 300, So.)

72 Dylan Murphy (6-5, 295, Fr.)

C

54 Brody Kern (Jr.r, 6-2, 290)

71 Collin Wallish (Fr.r, 6-6, 265)

RG

73

Logan Grieser (6-3, 310, So.)

65 Colin Bradley (6-5, 280, Fr.)

RG

75 Connor Bozick (Sr.r, 6-5, 320)

79 James Kretkowski (So.r, 6-6, 300)

RT

66

Mike Donnelly (6-4, 305, Jr.)

75 Jake Marotti (6-6, 295, Fr.)

RT

78 Jethro Pepe (So.r, 6-7, 280) or

75 Connor Bozick (Sr.r, 6-5, 320)

QB

7

Drew Reed (6-1, 195, Sr.)

9 Blake Searfoss (6-2, 210, Sr.)

7 Blake Rankin (Sr.r, 6-4, 210)

TB

26

C.J. Amill (5-9, 190, So.)

30 DeSean Brown (6-0, 205, Jr.)

FB

25

Kyle Mayfield (6-1, 225, Sr.)

44 Will Eisler (6-2, 230, So.)

QB

3 Joe Walker (So.r, 6-3, 205)

RB

31 Wes Hills (Jr.r, 6-2, 205) or

33 Jalen Randolph (Gr., 6-2, 230) or 28 Thomas Jefferson (So.r, 6-2, 210)

LAFAYETTE DEFENSE

DELAWARE DEFENSE LE

95

John Nassib (Jr., 6-7, 260)

45

Armen Ware (So., 6-1, 230)

DE

28 Collin Albershardt (6-2, 255, Sr.)

93 Lavel Ramsey (6-5, 275, So.)

LT

73

Blaine Woodson (Jr.r, 6-2, 280)

57

Grant Roberts (Jr.r, 6-0, 275)

DT

99 Robin Cepeda (6-2, 280, Sr.)

34 Andrew Chuma (6-3, 260, So.)

RT

92

Bilal Nichols (Jr., 6-5, 300)

93

Lloyd Badson (Fr.r, 6-3, 270) or

DT

90 Andy Labudev (6-3, 270, Sr.)

98 Demetrius Breedlove (6-2, 275, Fr.)

90

Bo Gipson (Fr.r, 6-1, 190)

DE

91 Beau Bosch (6-5, 260, Jr.)

56 Dante Lonardo (6-3, 270, So.)

Aaron Donalson (So.r, 6-2, 220)

Cam Kitchen (So., 6-2, 260)

35

MLB

43 Michael Root (6-1, 230, Jr.) 5

SLB 11

Anthony Jackson (Jr., 6-1, 220)

13 Maurice Harley (Jr., 6-0, 215) or

WLB

33 Brandon Bryant (5-11, 225, Jr.)

34

Jalen Kindle (Jr.r, 6-1, 230)

STRK

MLB

Charles Bell (Jr., 6-1, 230)

43

Larry Spears (Jr., 6-0, 260)

CB

20 Izaiah Avent (5-11, 185, So.)

21 Parish Simmons (5-11, 180, Jr.)

9

Troy Reeder (So.r, 6-2, 235)

29 Jasawn Thompson (So., 6-2, 230)

22

Justin Watson (Jr.r, 5-9, 180)

RE

WLB CB

99

5

8

3 Jerry Powe (6-1, 210, So.)

2 Rob Hinchen (6-2, 225, Jr.) 46 Jacob Rose (6-1, 215, So.) 36 J.J. Conn (6-2, 225, Jr.)

FS

10 T.J. Jones (6-3, 205, Jr.)

38 Dmitry Smith (6-0, 190, Fr.)

Tenny Adewusi (So.r, 6-0, 200)

SS

22 Draeland James (6-2, 205, Sr.)

27 Tre Jordan (6-0, 195, Fr.)

Sim. Gwashavanhu (Sr.r, 6-2, 205)

CB

16 Phillip Parham (5-10, 180, Jr.)

15 Clay Rush (5-11, 185, So.)

SS

7

Ray Jones (So., 6-0, 210)

14

FS

24

Ryan Torzsa (Sr., 6-2, 205)

3

K.C. Hinton (So., 5-9, 200)

CB

23

Nasir Adderley (So., 6-0, 190) or

1

Malcolm Brown (So.r, 6-1, 195)

DELAWARE SPECIALISTS

LAFAYETTE SPECIALISTS

K

25 Frank Raggo (So.r, 5-9, 180)

36 Jake Roth (Fr., 6-1, 185)

K

19 Jacob Bissell (6-1, 200, So.)

14 Ryan Forrester (6-1, 185, Sr.)

KO

36 Jake Roth (Fr., 6-1, 185)

25 Frank Raggo (So.r, 5-9, 180)

KO

19 Jacob Bissell (6-1, 200, So.)

14 Ryan Forrester (6-1, 185, Sr.)

P

47 Will Stephenson (Gr., 6-3, 200)

36 Jake Roth (Fr., 6-1, 185)

P

14 Ryan Forrester (6-1, 185, Sr.)

19 Jacob Bissell (6-1, 200, So.)

LSNAP 66 Tim Sheridan (Jr.r, 5-11, 210)

86 Alec Scheetz (Jr.r, 6-5, 255)

LSNAP 48 Michael Shiffert (6-0, 240, Jr.)

91 Beau Bosch (6-5, 260, Jr.)

SSNAP 86 Alec Scheetz (Jr.r, 6-5, 255)

66 Tim Sheridan (Jr.r, 5-11, 210)

SSNAP 48 Michael Shiffert (6-0, 240, Jr.)

91 Beau Bosch (6-5, 260, Jr.)

HOLD 47 Will Stephenson (Gr., 6-3, 200)

7 Blake Rankin (Sr., 6-4, 210)

KOR

6 Jamie Jarmon or 31 Wes Hills 7 Ray Jones or 6 Jamie Jarmon

PR

7 Ray Jones (So., 6-0, 210) or 23 Nasir Adderley (So., 6-0, 190) or

HOLD

9 Blake Searfoss (6-2, 210, Sr.)

6 Rocco Palumbo (6-3, 190, Jr.)

KOR

4 Yasir Thomas (5-11, 180, Fr.)

1 Joey Chenoweth (5-11, 170, So.)

PR

2 Tim Vangelas (6-2, 200, Sr.)

4 Yasir Thomas (5-11, 180, Fr.)

GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 15

2016 DELAWARE FOOTBALL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10 11 12 12 13 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

Name Cl. Malcolm Brown ................So.r Tim Poindexter ................Fr. K.C. Hinton ......................So. Joe Walker ......................So.r Colby Reeder ....................Fr. Colin Smyth ......................Fr. Charles Bell ......................Jr. Jamie Jarmon ..................So. Ray Jones ........................So. Blake Rankin ....................Sr.r Tenny Adewusi ..................So. Troy Reeder ......................So.r Ryley Angeline ................So.r Kyle Yocum ......................Jr.r Anthony Jackson ..............Jr. Mark Doe ........................Sr.r Pat Kehoe ........................Fr.r Maurice Harley ................Jr. Vinny Papale ....................So. Simba Gwashavanhu ........Sr.r Andres Castillo ..................Fr. Nijuel Hill ........................Fr. Ricky Emerson ..................Jr.r Christian Portale ..............So.r Darron Daniel ..................So.r Owen Tyler ......................So. Justin Watson ..................Jr.r Nasir Adderley ................So. Ryan Torzsa ....................Sr. Frank Raggo ....................So.r Eric Skogmo ....................Fr.r Troy Gallen ......................So.r Thomas Jefferson ............So.r Jasawn Thompson ............So. Alphaeus Hanson ..............Fr. Wes Hills ..........................Jr.r Kareem Williams ..............Jr. Jalen Randolph ................Gr. Jalen Kindle ....................Jr.r Aaron Donalson ................So.r

Pos. DB DB DB QB LB QB LB WR DB QB DB LB TE TE LB DB QB LB WR DB QB DB WR QB DB TE DB DB DB K DB WR RB LB RB RB RB RB LB DL

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

Wt. 195 190 200 205 225 180 230 205 210 210 200 235 220 235 220 160 225 215 200 205 195 175 190 220 175 235 180 190 205 180 180 180 210 230 180 205 205 230 230 220

36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 52 54 55 56 57 58 60

Jake Roth ........................Fr. Brian Dennis ....................Fr.r Daulton Gregory ..............So.r Mike Caffrey ....................So.r Pat Crowley ......................So.r Dillon Zimmerman ............Fr. Eric Patton ........................Jr.r Larry Spears ....................Jr.r Matthew Drew ..................Fr. Armen Ware ....................So. Erik Martinez ..................So.r Will Stephenson ................Gr. Noah McCardell ................Fr. Mark Bonnie ....................Fr. Tommy Wilmoth ..............Jr.r Brody Kern ......................Jr.r Skyler Korinek ................Fr. Jamil Gilmore ..................Fr. Grant Roberts ..................Jr.r Brandon Nixon ................Fr. Peter Thistle ....................Jr.r

K DB DB P DB WR RB LB TE LB K P WR K/P LB OL LS OL DL DL OL

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

185 170 190 180 170 180 220 260 210 230 205 200 180 175 215 290 255 280 275 265 270

Hometown/H.S. (Last School) Gaithersburg, Md. (Quince Orchard) Bronx, N.Y. (Cardinal Hayes) Henrico, Va. (Highland Springs) Philadelphia, Pa. (Martin Luther King) Hockessin, Del. (Salesianum) Potomac, Md. (Churchill) Conestoga, Pa. (Penn Manor) Millsboro, Del. (Indian River) Wilmington, Del. (Hodgson) Bloomsburg, Pa. (Bloomsburg/Rutgers) Avenel, N.J. (Colonia) Hockessin, Del. (Salesianum/Penn State) Chester Springs, Pa. (Downingtown East) Reading, Pa. (Exeter Township) Riverdale, Md. (Suitland) Collingdale, Pa. (Academy Park) Madison, Conn. (Cheshire Academy) Upper Marlboro, Md. (St. John's Coll. HS) Cherry Hill, N.J. (Bishop Eustace) Gaithersburg, Md. (Gaithersburg) Cookesville, Md. (Good Counsel) Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) Bear, Del. (Red Lion Christian) Glen Mills, Pa. (Garnet Valley) Trenton, N.J. (Robbinsville) West Hartford, Conn. (Northwest Catholic) Wash., D.C. (Friendship Collegiate Acad.) Malvern, Pa. (Great Valley) Waxhaw, N.C. (Cuthbertson) Randolph, N.J. (Randolph) Ellicott City, Md. (Marriotts Ridge) Glen Mills, Pa. (Malvern Prep) Prospect Park, N.J. (Passaic Tech) Deer Park, N.Y. (Deer Park) Newark, Del. (Delaware Military Acad.) Wildwood, N.J. (Wildwood) Schnecksville, Pa. (Parkland) Ridley Park, Pa. (Ridley) Fleming Island, Fla. (Fleming Island) Syracuse, N.Y. (Christian Brothers Acad./ Coastal Carolina/Dean JC) Reading, Pa. (Conrad Weiser) Wilmington, Del. (Concord) Middletown, Del. (Salesianum/Wagner) Medford, N.J. (Temple) (Shawnee) Wilmington, Del. (Concord) Hillsborough, N.J. (Hillsborough) Wilmington, Del. (St. Elizabeth) Henrico, Va. (Varina) Mt. Prospect, Ill. (Prospect) Middletown, Del. (St. Joseph's Prep, Pa.) Wayne, N.J. (Wayne Hills) Raleigh, N.C. (Wakefield/No. Carolina St.) Nottingham, Pa. (Solanco) Dover, Del. (Polytech) Wilmington, Del. (Salesianum) York, Pa. (West York) Hilton Head, S.C. (Hilton Head/IMG Acad.) Piscataway, N.J. (Piscataway/Salisbury) Wilmington, Del. (Concord) Lewes, Del. (Cape Henlopen) Wexford, Pa. (North Allegheny)

No. 64 66 67 68 70 71 73 74 75 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Name Cl. Bryan Reed ......................So.r Tim Sheridan ....................Jr.r Connor Lutz ......................Fr.r Will Lewis ........................Sr.r Jake Trump ......................Jr.r Collin Wallish ....................Fr.r Blaine Woodson ................Jr.r Steve Robinson ................Fr.r Connor Bozick ..................Sr.r Stefon Woodruff ..............Fr. M.J. Kehoe ......................Fr.r Mario Farinella ................So.r Jethro Pepe ......................So.r James Kretkowski ............So. Diante Cherry ..................Jr.r Brandon Whaley ..............Jr. Jeremy Ryan ....................Fr. Andrew Verboys ................So.r DeAndre Davis ................Jr.r Charles Scarff ....................Jr.r Alec Scheetz ....................Jr.r Brent Reed ......................Fr. Chichi Amachi ..................Fr. Joey Carter........................Fr. Bo Gipson ........................Fr.r Diasjon Robinson ..............Fr.r Bilal Nichols ....................Jr. Lloyd Badson ....................Fr.r Christian Lohin ................Fr.r John Nassib ......................Jr. Cedric Udegbe ..................Jr.r Yaw Aidoo ........................Fr. Salvatore Mauro ..............Fr. Cam Kitchen ....................So.

Pos. OL LS OL OL OL OL DL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL WR TE WR WR WR WR TE TE WR WR DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL

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

PRONUNCATION GUIDE: 23 8 88 9 75 15 80 77 56 14 16 6 34 55 79 94 46 98 95 92 13 78 18 25 33 91 29

Nasir Adderley (na-seer adder-lee) Tenny Adewusi (add-uh-woosy) Chichi (chee-chee) Amachi (uh-ma-chee) Ryley Angeline (ann-juh-line) Connor Bozick (bo-zick) Andres Castillo (cas-tee-oh) Diante (dee-ahn-tay) Cherry Mario Farinella (fair-uh-nella) Jamil (juh-meal) Gilmore Simba Gwashavanhu (gwash-uh-vahn-who) Nijuel (nigh-juhl) Hill Jamie Jarmon (jar-mun) Jalen (jaylin) Kindle Skyler Korinek (core-uh-neck) James Kretkowski (kret-cow-ski) Christian Lohin (low-hin) Erik Martinez (mar-teen-ez) Salvatore Mauro (mar-oh) John Nassib (nass-ib) Bilal (bu-lahl) Nichols Vinny Papale (pa-pal-e) Jethro Pepe (peppy) Christian Portale (poor-talli) Frank Raggo (rag-oh) Jalen (jaylin) Randolph Diasjon (day-zhaun) Robinson Jasawn (jay-sawn) Thompson

Wt. 280 210 280 295 285 265 280 280 320 235 265 310 280 300 185 240 170 205 195 250 255 240 185 185 290 270 300 270 230 265 250 313 255 260 24 96 83 71 52 75 10 30

Hometown/H.S. (Last School) Mount Sinai, N.Y. (Mount Sinai) Voorhees, N.J. (Eastern Regional) Milford, Pa. (Delaware Valley) Jacksonville, Fla. (Bishop Kenny) Mechanicsburg, Pa. (Mechanicsburg) Silver Spring, Md. (St. John's College HS) Stroudsburg, Pa. (Stroudsburg) Phila., Pa. (St. Joe’s Prep/Salisbury) Severn, Md. (DeMatha Catholic) Newark, Del. (St. George's) Madison, Conn. (Cheshire Academy) Bloomfield, N.J. (Bergen Catholic) Colonia, N.J. (St. Joseph's) Oceanside, N.Y. (Oceanside) Lancaster, Pa. (McCaskey) Haymarket, Va. (Battlefield) Wilmington, Del. (Salesianum) Armonk, N.Y. (Scarsdale/Fork Union/UMass) Smyrna, Del. (St. Mark's) Lancaster, Pa. (Lancaster Cath./Rutgers) Phoenix, Md. (Loyola/Wm. & Mary) Harbeson, Del. (Cape Henlopen) Bear, Del. (William Penn) Cedar Park, Tex. (Cedar Park) Aliquippa, Pa. (Aliquippa) Jersey City, N.J. (Lincoln) Newark, Del. (Hodgson Vo-Tech) Bear, Del. (Caravel) North Wales, Pa. (Archbishop Wood) West Chester, Pa. (Malvern Prep) Minneola, Fla. (Monteverde Academy) Bear, Del. (Wilmington Charter) Staten Island, N.Y. (Bergen Catholic) Lawrenceville, N.J. (Lawrence/Hun School) Ryan Torzsa (tore-zuh) Cedric Udegbe (ooh-deg-buh) Andrew Verboys (ver-boys) Collin Wallish (wall-ish) Tommy Wilmoth (will-myth) Stefon (stuh-fahn) Woodruff Kyle Yocum (yo-come) Alphaeus (al-fay-us) Hanson

Staff Bryan Bossard (bo-sard) Brian Ginn (say hard g) Jerry Oravitz (or-rav-itz) Dr. Andrew Reisman (reese-min)

GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 16

2016 GAME BY GAME RECAPS #rv DELAWARE ........................................................56 Delaware State ........................................................14 September 1 • Delaware Stadium (17,835) NEWARK, Del. -- Wes Hills made up for a lot of missed time in Delaware’s 2016 opener. Hills, determined to make his return a big one after sitting out all but the 2015 opener while recovering from a broken foot, did just that as the junior running back ran for 212 yards and scored two touchdowns, one on a 59-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, to lead the Blue Hens. The Blue Hens piled up 487 yards of total offense, including 395 on the ground, and a dominating Delaware defense forced six turnovers and held the Hornets to just 184 total yards in the complete victory. Delaware downed Delaware State for the seventh time without a loss in this in-state rivalry and in the process captured the 300th victory in the history of 65-year old Delaware Stadium. The Blue Hens drove 74 yards on their first drive and scored on a Jalen Randolph two-yard run just five minutes in to take a quick 7-0. They then promptly got the ball back when defensive end John Nassib intercepted a pass on Delaware State’s second play from scrimmage. Eleven plays later Delaware sophomore quarterback Joe Walker scored on a one-yard dive to push the lead to 14-0. Delaware never looked back as Hills scored on runs of 13 and 59 yards to push the lead to 280 at the break, Randolph scored his second touchdown of the game five minutes into the second half, and Walker added a 25-yard scoring toss to Diante Cherry 24 seconds later for a 42-0 advantage. Backup quarterback Blake Rankin added a 10-yard scoring pass to wide receiver Charles Scarff on the final play of the third quarter and sophomore linebacker Troy Reeder, a Delaware native playing his first game for the Blue Hens after transfering from Penn State, put the cherry on top with a 13-yard interception return for a touchdown 12 second into the final stanza. Thomas Jefferson, the 2015 CAA Offensive Rookie of the Year, added 70 yards rushing while Randolph, who missed all but the first three games of the 2015 season himself due to an injury, picked up 55 yards. In addition to interceptions by Nassib and Reeder, junior linebacker Anthony Jackson picked off two passes. The Hens had just 12 combined interceptions over the last two seasons. Delaware State............0 Delaware ....................14

0 14

7 21

7 7

-

14 56

Delaware - Jalen Randolph 2 run (Frank Raggo kick), 10:09 left (1st Quarter) Delaware - Joe Walker 1 run (Raggo kick), 3:20 (1st) Delaware - Wes Hills 13 run (Raggo kick), 8:19 (2nd) Delaware - Hills 59 run (Raggo kick), 4:46 (2nd) Delaware - Randolph 4 run (Raggo kick), 10:02 (3rd) Delaware - Diante Cherry 25 pass from Walker (Raggo kick), 9:38 (3rd) DSU - Mason Rutherford 6 pass from Daniel Epperson (Wisdom Nzidee kick), 7:18 (3rd) Delaware - Charles Scarff 10 pass from Blake Rankin (Raggo kick), 0:00 (3rd) Delaware - Troy Reeder 13 interception return (Raggo kick), 14:48 (4th) DSU - Brycen Alleyne 13 pass from Epperson (Wisdom kick), 11:49 DSU TEAM STATISTICS UD 11 ....................First Downs ........................23 23-35 ....................Rushes-Yards ......................61-395 15-28-4-149 ....................Passing ................................8-11-0-92 184 ....................Total Offense ......................487 6-40.7 ....................Punts-Avg. ..........................5-41.4 3-2 ....................Fumbles-lost........................2-1 5-30 ....................Penalties-yards ..................6-59 18:51 ....................Time of Possession ............41:09 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: Rushing - Delaware, Wes Hills, 19 carries for 212 yards; Thomas Jefferson, 13-70; Jalen Randolph, 11-55; Joe Walker, 6-39; Eric Patton, 12-19; DSU, Brycen Alleyne, 8-27; Mike Waters, 4-15; Kobie Lain, 5-8; Sika Bendolph, 1-4; Daniel Epperson, 5-(-19); Passing Delaware, Walker, 6 of 9, 0 Int., 66 yards; Blake Rankin, 2-2-0-26; DSU, Epperson, 13-26-4-118; Lain, 2-2-0-31; Receiving - Delaware, Diante Cherry, 2 receptions for 34 yards; Charles Scarff, 222; Owen Tyler, 1-16; Jamie Jarmon, 1-8; Randolph, 1-7; Jefferson, 1-5; DSU, Mason Rutherford, 683; Alleyne, 4-26; Aris Scott, 2-31; Waters, 1-8; Fatu Sua-Godinet, 1-4; Jerimiah Williams, 1-(-3).

GAME #2 • DELAWARE FOOTBALL MEDIA NOTES • DELAWARE VS. LAFAYETTE • 17 2016 DELAWARE GAME BY GAME STATISTICS GAME STATISTICS 1ST D #rv Delaware (56) ......................23 Delaware State (14) ........................11

RUSH-YDS. 61-395 23-35

PASS YDS. 92 149

PASSES 8-11-0 15-28-4

TOT. YDS. 487 184

PUNT-AVG. 5-41.4 6-40.7

FUM-LST 2-1 2-2

PEN.-YDS 6-59 5-30

POSS. 41:09 18:51

3RD DWN. 6-13 2-9

LG Lewis

C Kern

RG Farinella

FS Torzsa

SS Jones

2016 DELAWARE GAME BY GAME STARTERS OFFENSE QB Delaware State ....................Walker

RB Hills

WR Jarmon

DEFENSE LE Delawar State ....................Nassib

LT Woodson

RT Nichols

WR Papale RE Kitchen

WR Cherry SLB Jackson

TE Tyler MLB Bell

LT Trump WLB T. Reeder

LCB Brown

RT Bozick RCB Adderley

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Combined Team Statistics (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games Date Opponent Sep 01, 2016 DELAWARE STATE Rushing

Wes Hills Thomas Jefferson Jalen Randolph Joe Walker Eric Patton Total Opponents Passing

Joe Walker Blake Rankin Total Opponents Receiving

Diante Cherry Charles Scarff Owen Tyler Jamie Jarmon Jalen Randolph Thomas Jefferson Total Opponents

gp-gs

att

gain loss

1-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1 1

19 13 11 6 12 61 23

212 70 55 39 33 409 64

gp-gs

Score 56-14

W

net avg

0 0 0 0 14 14 29

212 70 55 39 19 395 35

effic comp-att-int

1-1 164.93 1-0 374.20 1 202.98 1 93.27

Att. 17835

6-9-0 2-2-0 8-11-0 15-28-4

11.2 5.4 5.0 6.5 1.6 6.5 1.5

td

lg avg/g

2 0 2 1 0 5 0

59 212.0 30 70.0 12 55.0 19 39.0 6 19.0 59 395.0 22 35.0

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

pct

yds

td

lg avg/g

66.7 100.0 72.7 53.6

66 26 92 149

1 1 2 2

25 66.0 16 26.0 25 92.0 31 149.0

gp-gs

no.

yds

avg

td

lg avg/g

1-1 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1 1

2 2 1 1 1 1 8 15

34 22 16 8 7 5 92 149

17.0 11.0 16.0 8.0 7.0 5.0 11.5 9.9

1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2

25 34.0 12 22.0 16 16.0 8 8.0 7 7.0 5 5.0 25 92.0 31 149.0

Field Goals

fg

pct. 01-19

20-29

30-39

40-49

50-99

lg blk

Frank Raggo

0-1

0.0 0-0

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

0

Scoring

td

fg

kick

Wes Hills Jalen Randolph Frank Raggo Joe Walker Troy Reeder Charles Scarff Diante Cherry Total Opponents

2 2 1 1 1 1 8 2

0-1 0-1 -

8-8 8-8 2-2

Score by Quarters Delaware Opponents

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

-

-

-

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

14 0

14 0

21 7

7 7

0 0

-

-

0

pts

12 12 8 6 6 6 6 56 14

Total 56 14

Overall 1-0 0-0 1-0

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions Interceptions

Punting

Troy Reeder Charles Bell Armen Ware Aaron Donalson

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0

DELAWARE 23 19 4 0 395 61 6.5 395.0 5 92 8-11-0 8.4 11.5 92.0 2 487 6.8 487.0 3-76 3-10 4-24 2-1 6-59 5-41.4 41:09 6/13 1/1

OPP 11 1 7 3 35 23 1.5 35.0 0 149 15-28-4 5.3 9.9 149.0 2 184 3.6 184.0 5-141 1-2 0-0 2-2 5-30 6-40.7 18:51 2/9 0/1

yds avg

td

lg

2 1 1

6 3.0 5 5.0 13 13.0

0 0 1

5 5 13

lg

tb

fc i20 50+ blk

Will Stephenson

no. yds avg

5 207 41.4 52

2

2

Punt Returns

no.

Vinny Papale Jamie Jarmon Total Opponents

2 1 3 1 no.

Kyle Yocum Nasir Adderley Ray Jones Total Opponents

Defensive Leaders

Away 0-0 0-0 0-0

no.

Anthony Jackson John Nassib Troy Reeder

Kick Returns

## 9 5 45 35

Home 1-0 0-0 1-0

1 1 1 3 5

yds avg

lg

0 0 0 0

9 0 9 0

yds avg

td

lg

22 28 26 76 141

22.0 28.0 26.0 25.3 28.2

0 0 0 0 0

22 28 26 28 50

pr

kr

ir

total avg/g

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 76 2 141

0 0 0 0 0 24 0

212 212.0 75 75.0 62 62.0 39 39.0 34 34.0 597 597.0 327 327.0

g

rush

rcv

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

212 70 55 39 0 395 35

0 5 7 0 34 92 149

Total Offense

g plays

rush

pass

Wes Hills Joe Walker Thomas Jefferson Jalen Randolph Blake Rankin Total Opponents

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

19 15 13 11 2 72 51

212 39 70 55 0 395 35

0 66 0 0 26 92 149

Pass defense int-yds brup

qbh

a

Tackles tot

tfl/yds

Sacks no-yds

1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0

3 2 3 3

2 2 1 .

5 4 4 3

0.5-1 1.5-2 2.0-14 .

0.5-1 0.5-1 2.0-14 .

1-13 . . .

. . . .

0

td

Wes Hills Thomas Jefferso Jalen Randolph Joe Walker Diante Cherry Total Opponents

ua

1

5.0 0.0 3.3 2.0

10 0 10 2

All Purpose

gp-gs

2

. . . .

Fumbles rcv-yds

. . . .

total avg/g

212 105 70 55 26 487 184

212.0 105.0 70.0 55.0 26.0 487.0 184.0

ff

blkd kick

saf

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Overall Team Statistics (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games Team Statistics SCORING Points Per Game Points Off Turnovers FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games Score by Quarters Delaware Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

14 0

14 0

21 7

7 7

0 0

Total 56 14

DELAWARE

OPP

56 56.0 28 23 19 4 0 395 409 14 61 6.5 395.0 5 92 8-11-0 8.4 11.5 92.0 2 487 72 6.8 487.0 3-76 3-10 4-24 25.3 3.3 6.0 2-1 6-59 59.0 5-207 41.4 33.0 9-571 63.4 36.7 41:09 6/13 46% 1/1 100% 4-23 0 8 0-1 0-0 (5-6) 83% (5-6) 83% (8-8) 100% 17835 1/17835

14 14.0 0 11 1 7 3 35 64 29 23 1.5 35.0 0 149 15-28-4 5.3 9.9 149.0 2 184 51 3.6 184.0 5-141 1-2 0-0 28.2 2.0 0.0 2-2 5-30 30.0 6-244 40.7 39.0 3-170 56.7 31.3 18:51 2/9 22% 0/1 0% 0-0 0 2 0-0 0-0 (2-2) 100% (2-2) 100% (2-2) 100% 0 0/0 0/0

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games

Rushing

Wes Hills Thomas Jefferson Jalen Randolph Joe Walker Eric Patton Total Opponents Passing

Joe Walker Blake Rankin Total Opponents Receiving

Diante Cherry Charles Scarff Owen Tyler Jamie Jarmon Jalen Randolph Thomas Jefferson Total Opponents

gp-gs

att

gain loss

net avg td

lg avg/g

Punt Returns

1-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1 1

19 13 11 6 12 61 23

212 70 55 39 33 409 64

212 70 55 39 19 395 35

59 30 12 19 6 59 22

Vinny Papale Jamie Jarmon Total Opponents

gp-gs

0 0 0 0 14 14 29

effic comp-att-int

1-1 164.93 1-0 374.20 1 202.98 1 93.27

6-9-0 2-2-0 8-11-0 15-28-4

11.2 5.4 5.0 6.5 1.6 6.5 1.5

pct

66.7 100.0 72.7 53.6

2 0 2 1 0 5 0

212.0 70.0 55.0 39.0 19.0 395.0 35.0

yds td

lg avg/g

66 26 92 149

25 16 25 31

gp-gs

no.

yds

avg

td

lg avg/g

1-1 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1 1

2 2 1 1 1 1 8 15

34 22 16 8 7 5 92 149

17.0 11.0 16.0 8.0 7.0 5.0 11.5 9.9

1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2

25 12 16 8 7 5 25 31

34.0 22.0 16.0 8.0 7.0 5.0 92.0 149.0

1 1 2 2

66.0 26.0 92.0 149.0

Interceptions

Anthony Jackson Troy Reeder John Nassib Total Opponents Kick Returns

no.

2 1 3 1 no.

2 1 1 4 0 no.

Kyle Yocum Ray Jones Nasir Adderley Total Opponents

1 1 1 3 5

Fumble Returns

no.

Total Opponents

0 0

yds avg td

10 0 10 2

lg

0 0 0 0

9 0 9 0

yds avg td

lg

6 13 5 24 0

5.0 0.0 3.3 2.0

3.0 13.0 5.0 6.0 0.0

0 1 0 1 0

5 13 5 13 0

yds avg td

lg

22 26 28 76 141

0 0 0 0 0

22 26 28 28 50

yds avg td

lg

22.0 26.0 28.0 25.3 28.2

0 0.0 0 0.0

0 0

0 0

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games

Scoring

td

fg

kick

Jalen Randolph Wes Hills Frank Raggo Diante Cherry Joe Walker Troy Reeder Charles Scarff Total Opponents

2 2 - 0-1 1 1 1 1 8 0-1 2 -

8-8 8-8 2-2

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

-

-

-

-

-

pts

Total Offense

g plays

rush pass

total avg/g

12 12 8 6 6 6 6 56 14

Wes Hills Joe Walker Thomas Jefferson Jalen Randolph Blake Rankin Eric Patton Total Opponents

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

212 39 70 55 0 19 395 35

212 105 70 55 26 19 487 184

Field Goals

fg

pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99

lg blk

Punting

Frank Raggo

0-1

0.0 0-0

0

Will Stephenson Total Opponents

0-0

0-0

0-1

FG Sequence

Delaware

Opponents

Delaware State

41

-

0-0

0

Kickoffs

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

Jake Roth Total Opponents

19 15 13 11 2 12 72 51

0 66 0 0 26 0 92 149

212.0 105.0 70.0 55.0 26.0 19.0 487.0 184.0

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

5 207 41.4 52 5 207 41.4 52 6 244 40.7 53

2 2 0

2 2 1

no. yds avg tb ob retn

9 571 63.4 9 571 63.4 3 170 56.7

4 4 0

2 2 0

1 1 1

0 0 0

net ydln

0 0 28.2 36.7 0 25.3 31.3

28 33

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games All Purpose

g

rush

rcv

pr

kr

ir

Wes Hills Thomas Jefferso Jalen Randolph Joe Walker Diante Cherry Nasir Adderley Ray Jones Charles Scarff Kyle Yocum Eric Patton Owen Tyler Troy Reeder Vinny Papale Jamie Jarmon Anthony Jackso John Nassib Total Opponents

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

212 70 55 39 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 395 35

0 5 7 0 34 0 0 22 0 0 16 0 0 8 0 0 92 149

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 10 2

0 0 0 0 0 28 26 0 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 76 141

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 6 5 24 0

total avg/g

212 75 62 39 34 28 26 22 22 19 16 13 10 8 6 5 597 327

212.0 75.0 62.0 39.0 34.0 28.0 26.0 22.0 22.0 19.0 16.0 13.0 10.0 8.0 6.0 5.0 597.0 327.0

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games

## 9 5 45 34 23 35 99 24 42 11 57 14 1A 43 37 12 73 95 22 1 3A

Defensive Leaders

Troy Reeder Charles Bell Armen Ware Jalen Kindle Nasir Adderley Aaron Donalson Cam Kitchen Ryan Torzsa Eric Patton Anthony Jackson Grant Roberts Simba Gwashavanhu Maurice Harley Larry Spears Brian Dennis Mark Doe Blaine Woodson John Nassib Justin Watson Malcolm Brown K.C. Hinton Total Opponents

gp-gs

ua

a

Tackles tot

tfl/yds

Sacks no-yds

1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 1 1

3 2 3 2 2 3 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 . 31 43

2 2 1 1 1 . . 1 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 . . . . . . 12 50

5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 43 93

0.5-1 1.5-2 2.0-14 . 1.0-2 . 2.0-10 . . 1.0-3 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . . . 9-33 3-14

0.5-1 0.5-1 2.0-14 . . . 1.0-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-23 0-0

Pass defense int-yds brup

1-13 . . . . . . . . 2-6 . . . . . . . 1-5 . . . 4-24 .

. . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 .

qbh

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Fumbles rcv-yds

. . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . 1-0 2-0 1-0

ff

blkd kick

saf

. . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Team Game-by-Game (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games TEAM STATISTICS

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 01 DELAWARE STATE Delaware Opponents

61 61 23

Rushing yds td

395 395 35

lg

no.

Receiving yds td

5 59 5 59 0 22

8 8 15

92 92 149

Passing cmp-att-int yds

lg

2 25 2 25 2 31

8-11-0 8-11-0 15-28-4

92 92 149

td

lg

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

2 25 2 25 2 31

3 76 3 76 5 141

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

0 28 0 28 0 50

3 3 1

10 10 2

0 0 0

tot off

9 9 0

487 487 184

Games: 1 • Avg/rush: 6.5 • Avg/catch: 11.5 • Pass effic: 202.98 • KR avg: 25.3 • PR avg: 3.3 • All purpose avg/game: 597.0 • Total offense avg/gm: 487.0

Date

Opponent

ua

Tackles a total

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

Fumble ff fr-yds

4.0-23 4.0-23 0.0-0

1 1 0

Pass Defense blkd int-yds qbh brup kick

Sep 01 DELAWARE STATE Delaware Opponents

31 31 43

12 12 50

43 43 93

9.0-33 9.0-33 3.0-14

2-0 2-0 1-0

4-24 4-24 0-0

Date

no.

yds

avg

long

blkd

tb

fc

50+

i20

md-att

5 5 6

207 207 244

41.4 41.4 40.7

52 52 53

0 0 0

2 2 0

2 2 1

1 1 1

2 2 0

0-1 0-1 0-0

Punting Opponent

Sep 01 DELAWARE STATE Delaware Opponents

0 0 0

1 1 0

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv saf

0 0 0

8-8 8-8 2-2

0 0 0

Field Goals

0 0 0

pts

28 28 0

56 56 14

Kickoffs

long blkd

0 0 0

0 0 0

off t/o

0 0 0

no.

yds

avg

tb

ob

9 9 3

571 571 170

63.4 63.4 56.7

4 4 0

0 0 0

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games OPPONENT STATISTICS

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 01 DELAWARE STATE Opponents Delaware

23 23 61

Rushing yds td

35 35 395

lg

no.

Receiving yds td

0 22 0 22 5 59

15 15 8

149 149 92

Passing cmp-att-int yds

lg

2 31 2 31 2 25

15-28-4 15-28-4 8-11-0

149 149 92

td

lg

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

2 31 2 31 2 25

5 141 5 141 3 76

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

0 50 0 50 0 28

1 1 3

2 2 10

0 0 0

tot off

0 0 9

184 184 487

off t/o

pts

0 0 28

14 14 56

Games: 1 • Avg/rush: 1.5 • Avg/catch: 9.9 • Pass effic: 93.27 • KR avg: 28.2 • PR avg: 2.0 • All purpose avg/game: 327.0 • Total offense avg/gm: 184.0

Date

Opponent

ua

Tackles a total

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

Fumble ff fr-yds

0.0-0 0.0-0 4.0-23

0 0 1

Pass Defense blkd int-yds qbh brup kick

Sep 01 DELAWARE STATE Opponents Delaware

43 43 31

50 50 12

93 93 43

3.0-14 3.0-14 9.0-33

1-0 1-0 2-0

0-0 0-0 4-24

Date

no.

yds

avg

long

blkd

tb

fc

50+

i20

md-att

6 6 5

244 244 207

40.7 40.7 41.4

53 53 52

0 0 0

0 0 2

1 1 2

1 1 1

0 0 2

0-0 0-0 0-1

Punting Opponent

Sep 01 DELAWARE STATE Opponents Delaware

0 0 0

0 0 1

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv saf

0 0 0

2-2 2-2 8-8

0 0 0

Field Goals

0 0 0

Kickoffs

long blkd

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

no.

yds

avg

tb

ob

3 3 9

170 170 571

56.7 56.7 63.4

0 0 4

0 0 0

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Game Superlatives (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

19 212 2 2 59 9 6 66 1 1 25 2 2 34 1 1 25 5 41.4 52 2 9 28 5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2

Wes Hills vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Wes Hills vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Jalen Randolph vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Wes Hills vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Wes Hills vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Joe Walker vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Joe Walker vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Joe Walker vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Joe Walker vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Blake Rankin vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Joe Walker vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Charles Scarff vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Diante Cherry vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Diante Cherry vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Charles Scarff vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Diante Cherry vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Diante Cherry vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Will Stephenson vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Will Stephenson vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Will Stephenson vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Will Stephenson vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Vinny Papale vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Nasir Adderley vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Troy Reeder vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Armen Ware vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Armen Ware vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Cam Kitchen vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) Anthony Jackson vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016)

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Game Superlatives (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return

61 395 6.5 5 11 8 92 8.4 2 72 487 6.8 56 4 23 6 59 1 4 5 41.4 52 2 9

vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016)

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Game Superlatives (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Kickoff Return Tackles Tackles For Loss

8 27 22 26 13 118 2 31 6 83 1 1 31 6 40.7 53 50 14 1.0

ALLEYNE,B., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) ALLEYNE,B., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) ALLEYNE,B., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) EPPERSON,D., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) EPPERSON,D., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) EPPERSON,D., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) EPPERSON,D., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) LAIN,K., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) RUTHERFORD,M., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) RUTHERFORD,M., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) RUTHERFORD,M., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) ALLEYNE,B., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) RUTHERFORD,M., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) ROMO MARTINEZ,F, vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) ROMO MARTINEZ,F, vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) ROMO MARTINEZ,F, vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) ALLEYNE,B., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) WESCOTT,L., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) CAVICANTE,B., vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016)

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Game Superlatives (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Punts Punting Avg Long Punt

23 35 1.5 28 15 149 5.3 2 51 184 3.6 14 11 5 30 6 6 40.7 53

vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016) vs Delaware State (Sep 01, 2016)

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Red-Zone Results (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games Delaware Inside Opponent Red-Zone

Date

Opponent

Sep 01, 2016

DELAWARE STATE Totals 5 of 6 (83.3%)

Score W

56-14

Times Times In RZ Scored

6 6

5 5

Total Pts

TDs

Rush TDs

Pass TDs

FGs Made

35 35

5 5

4 4

1 1

0 0

Failed to score inside RZ FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 1

0 0

0 0

Opponents Inside Delaware Red-Zone

Date

Opponent

Sep 01, 2016

DELAWARE STATE Totals 2 of 2 (100.0%)

Score W

56-14

Times Times In RZ Scored

2 2

2 2

Total Pts

TDs

Rush TDs

Pass TDs

FGs Made

14 14

2 2

0 0

2 2

0 0

Failed to score inside RZ FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

2016 Delaware Football Delaware By-Quarter Statistics (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games 3rd-Down Conversions Date

Opponent

Sep 01, 2016

DELAWARE STATE Delaware Opponents

Score W

56-14

Overall

6-13 6-13 2-9

1st Qtr

46.2 46.2 22.2

2-3 2-3 0-1

2nd Qtr

66.7 66.7 0.0

3-5 3-5 0-2

3rd Qtr

4th Qtr

60.0 60.0 0.0

1-1 1-1 0-2

0-4 0-4 2-4

0.0 0.0 0.0

0-0 0-0 0-0

100.0 100.0 0.0

Overtime

0.0 0.0 50.0

0-0 0-0

0.0 0.0

4th-Down Conversions Date

Opponent

Sep 01, 2016

DELAWARE STATE Delaware Opponents

W

Score

Overall

1st Qtr

2nd Qtr

56-14

1-1 1-1 0-1

1-1 1-1 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-1

100.0 100.0 0.0

100.0 100.0 0.0

3rd Qtr

4th Qtr

0.0 0.0 0.0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Overtime

0.0 0.0 0.0

0-0 0-0

0.0 0.0

Time of Possession Date

Opponent

Sep 01, 2016

DELAWARE STATE Delaware Opponents

W

Score

Overall

1st Qtr

2nd Qtr

3rd Qtr

4th Qtr

Overtime

56-14 Total Avg. Total Avg.

41:09 41:09 41:09 18:51 18:51

12:06 12:06 12:06 2:54 2:54

10:00 10:00 10:00 5:00 5:00

9:34 9:34 9:34 5:26 5:26

9:29 9:29 9:29 5:31 5:31

0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Games Played (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games ## 23 8 88 9A 93 5 75 1 80 40 19 37 12 35 17 77 14 1A 31 3A 11 6 28 7 54 34 99 79 68 67 95 92 13 42 78 25 33 7A 9 57 74 36 85 86 66 43 47

PLAYER Adderley, Nasir Adewusi, Tenny Amachi, Chichi Angeline, Ryley Badson, Lloyd Bell, Charles Bozick, Connor Brown, Malcolm Cherry, Diante Crowley, Pat Daniel, Darron Dennis, Brian Doe, Mark Donalson, Aaron Emerson, Ricky Farinella, M. Gwashavanhu, S. Harley, Maurice Hills, Wes Hinton, K.C. Jackson, Anth. Jarmon, Jamie Jefferson, Th. Jones, Ray Kern, Brody Kindle, Jalen Kitchen, Cam Kretkowski, J. Lewis, Will Lutz, Connor Nassib, John Nichols, Bilal Papale, Vinny Patton, Eric Pepe, Jethro Raggo, Frank Randolph, Jalen Rankin, Blake Reeder, Troy Roberts, Grant Robinson, Steve Roth, Jake Scarff, Charles Scheetz, Alec Sheridan, Tim Spears, Larry Stephenson, W.

GP-GS 1/1 1/1/1/1/1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1/1/1/1/1/1/1 1/1/1/1 1/1/1 1/1 1/1/1 1/1 1/1/1 1/1/1 1/1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1/1/1/1/1/1 1/1/1/1/1/1/1/1/-

DSU START XXX XXX XXX XXX START START START START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX START XXX START START XXX START START XXX START XXX START XXX START START START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Games Played (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games ## 60 24 70 21 83 3 45 22 73 10

PLAYER Thistle, Peter Torzsa, Ryan Trump, Jake Tyler, Owen Verboys, Andrew Walker, Joe Ware, Armen Watson, Justin Woodson, Blaine Yocum, Kyle

GP-GS 1/1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1/1 1/1/1/1 1/-

DSU XXX START START START XXX START XXX XXX START XXX

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Total Tackles Game-by-Game (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games Total Tackles

Reeder, Troy LB Ware, Armen DL Bell, Charles LB Donalson, Aaron DL Adderley, Nasir DB Kindle, Jalen LB Patton, Eric Gwashavanhu, S. DB Roberts, Grant DL Torzsa, Ryan DB Kitchen, Cam DL Jackson, Anth. LB Harley, Maurice LB Watson, Justin DB Doe, Mark DB Dennis, Brian DB Brown, Malcolm DB Nassib, John DL Woodson, Blaine DL Spears, Larry LB

UA-A

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

Total

DSU

5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Passing Game-by-Game (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games #3 Walker, Joe Delaware State TOTALS

Comp 6 6

Att 9 9

Int 0 0

Pct 66.7 66.7

Yards 66 66

TD 1 1

Long 25 25

Sacked 0-0 0-0

Effic 164.93 164.93

#7A Rankin, Blake Delaware State TOTALS

Comp 2 2

Att 2 2

Int 0 0

Pct 100.0 100.0

Yards 26 26

TD 1 1

Long 16 16

Sacked 0-0 0-0

Effic 374.20 374.20

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Rushing/Receiving Game-by-Game (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games RUSHING Hills, Wes RB Jefferson, Th. RB Randolph, Jalen RB Walker, Joe QB Patton, Eric RB

No-Yds/TD DSU 19-212/2 19-212/2 13-70/0 13-70/0 11-55/2 11-55/2 6-39/1 6-39/1 12-19/0 12-19/0

RECEIVING Cherry, Diante WR Scarff, Charles WR Tyler, Owen TE Jarmon, Jamie WR Randolph, Jalen RB Jefferson, Th. RB

No-Yds/TD 2-34/1 2-22/1 1-16/0 1-8/0 1-7/0 1-5/0

DSU 2-34/1 2-22/1 1-16/0 1-8/0 1-7/0 1-5/0

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Return Stats Game-by-Game (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games PUNT RETURNS Papale, Vinny Jarmon, Jamie

No-Yds 2-10 1-0

DSU 2-10 1-0

KICK RETURNS Adderley, Nasir Jones, Ray Yocum, Kyle

No-Yds 1-28 1-26 1-22

DSU 1-28 1-26 1-22

INT. RETURNS Jackson, Anth. Reeder, Troy Nassib, John

No-Yds 2-6 1-13 1-5

DSU 2-6 1-13 1-5

FUMBLE RETURNS

No-Yds

DSU

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Sacks Game-by-Game (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games SACKS Ware, Armen DL Kitchen, Cam DL Bell, Charles LB Reeder, Troy LB

UA-A 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-1

Total 2.0 1.0 0.5 0.5

DSU 2.0-14 1.0-7 0.5-1 0.5-1

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Tackle For Loss Game-by-Game (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games TACKLES FOR LOSS Kitchen, Cam DL Ware, Armen DL Bell, Charles LB Roberts, Grant DL Adderley, Nasir DB Jackson, Anth. LB Reeder, Troy LB

UA-A 2-0 2-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1

Total 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5

DSU 2.0-10 2.0-14 1.5-2 1.0-1 1.0-2 1.0-3 0.5-1

2016 Delaware Football Delaware Fumbles Game-by-Game (as of Sep 06, 2016) All games FUMBLES Jarmon, Jamie WR Jefferson, Th. RB

No-Lost 1-0 1-1

DSU 1-0 1-1

FUMBLES FORCED Adderley, Nasir

Number 1

DSU 1

FUMBLES RECOVERED Hinton, K.C. Harley, Maurice

Number 1 1

DSU 1 1