Oct. 12, 2013
Final Stats |
Central Michigan 26, Ohio 23
Ohio Football Postgame Notes
Athens, Ohio | Peden Stadium
Oct. 12, 2013
-Ohio's loss to Central Michigan snapped the Bobcats' four-game winning streak.
-The Bobcats setback to Central Michigan was their first loss at home this season.
-Ohio is now 22-6 at Peden Stadium dating back to the start of the 2009.
-Ohio's win also gives the Bobcats their 19th win in the last 26 games dating back to the 2011 season.
-With the loss, Ohio drops to 5-22-2 all-time against Central Michigan.
-Head coach Frank Solich falls to 41-18 all-time in the month of October.
-Solich drops to 1-5 all-time against Central Michigan.
-Ohio scored on its first possession of the game for the fourth time in its last five games.
-Senior quarterback Tyler Tettleton finished the game going 24-of-33 through the air for 319 yards and two touchdowns.
-Tettleton has now passed for 300-or-more yards in five career games.
-With his 319 yards passing, Tettleton passed former Eastern Michigan star Charlie Batch for 22nd all-time on the MAC passing yards list.
-With his two touchdowns, Tettleton surpassed former Bowling Green great Josh Harris for 22nd on the all-time MAC touchdown pass list.
-Tettleton finished the game by going 9-of-12 for 195 yards.
-With the loss Tettleton dropped 22-10 all time as a starter.
-Freshman tight end Troy Mangen logged his first career start.
-Senior wide receiver Donte' Foster posted season-high totals in yards (118) and receptions (nine).
-The last time Ohio had two receivers surpass 100 yards was in the 2012 Advocare V100 Independence Bowl.
-Redshirt junior wide receiver Chase Cochran tallied a season-best 118 yards receiving on three receptions.
-Redshirt senior Beau Blankenship rushed for a team-best 70 yards.
-The Bobcats tallied 4.0 sacks. In its last three games, Ohio has registered 15.0 sacks.
-Senior Ty Branz tallied a team-best 2.0 sacks. In his last two games, Branz has registered 4.0 sacks.
-Redshirt senior Keith Moore led the Bobcats with a team-best 10.0 tackles.
-Redshirt junior Thad Ingol recorded an interception for the second-consecutive game. Ingol also tallied a season-best 6.0 solo tackles and 1.0 sack.
-Central Michigan's 208 yards rushing were the most the Bobcats have given up on the ground all year.