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Ohio-Wofford Postgame Notes



Sept. 4, 2010

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--Julian Posey’s first quarter 38-yard fumble return for a touchdown was the second score of Posey’s career and marks the 34th non-offensive touchdown since the start of the 2004 season.


--Posey also set new career-highs against the Terriers with three kick returns, 70 kick return yards and a long kick return of 41 yards.


--Matt Weller’s 37-yard field goal in the second quarter marked the 22nd of his career, moving him into sole possession of seventh all-time in Ohio history. In the third quarter, Weller connected on a 19-yard attempt to give him 23 career field goals. Weller is also eighth all-time with 31 career FG attempts.


--In addition, Weller’s three PAT attempts gave him sole possession of 10th all-time with 39 career attempts.


--Junior Dallas Brown recorded his first touchdown with a nine-yard rush to the end zone in the fourth quarter.


--Redshirt freshman Ryan Boykin found the end zone in his Bobcat debut, scoring on a 16-yard run in the fourth quarter.


--Senior linebacker Chad Clemens tallied a career-high six solo tackles en route to eight total tackles, also a career mark, as Ohio’s second-leading tackler.


--Carl Jones and Jelani Woseley each recorded their first fumble recoveries, while Hilton Dawson III and Jeremy LaVoie each had their first fumbles forced.