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Ohio vs. Rutgers Postgame Note

Sept. 24, 2011

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-Quarterback Tyler Tettleton threw for a career-high 339 yards. He also matched his career-high for touchdown passes (3).

-Xavier Hughes finished with a career high eight tackles. He also recorded a third interception of his career.

-Noah Keller recorded eight tackles, giving him 341 for his career. He passed Frank Komer (1979-81) for 10th all-time in the Bobcat career record books.

-Matt Weller's 42-yard field goal with one second remaining on the clock in the second quarter marked the 39th field-goal of Weller's career, which marked a school record for career field goals made. He also added another field goal in the third quarter to give him 40 field goals made for his career.

-Rutgers opened the scoring in the first quarter. It marked the first time all season Ohio had trailed in a game.

-LaVon Brazill's touchdown in the first quarter was his fourth of the season and 15th for his career. His 11 career receiving touchdowns ties for sixth all-time in Bobcat history.

-Ohio finished with 404 yards of offense. It marked the second time this season it has surpassed 400 yards of total offense.

-Tremayne Scott recorded his fourth career forced fumble in the first quarter.

-Travis Carrie had his sixth pass-defended of the season, 13th of his career.

-Alphonso Lewis recovered a fumble for the second time in his career, first time this season.

-Donte Foster caught his third career touchdown (second of the season) in the opening drive of the second half.