Oct. 21, 2006
Final Stats |
-Ohio's 42 points was the most since a 42-14 win over VMI in 2004.
-Junior running back Kalvin McRae moved into eight place on Ohio's all-time rushing list with a 109-yard performance. McRae now has 2,291 career rushing yards.
-McRae's second rushing touchdown of the day was his 20th career rushing touchdown. He is now tied for sixth in rushing touchdowns in Ohio history and is in sole possession of sixth place in total touchdowns with 23.
-McRae went over 100 yards rushing in the game for the third straight contest. It was his 10th, 100-yard game and tied him for seventh all-time in Bobcat history in that category.
-Junior wide receiver Chido Nwokocha had his first career carry that went for 53 yards on Ohio's opening drive
-Austen Everson's touchdown pass to William Norwood in the second quarter moved him into a tie for seventh place for Ohio's all time career touchdown passes with 17
-Thad Turner's rushing attempt in the second quarter was the first of his career
-Rudy Sylvan's 44-yard reception in the second quarter was the longest of his career
-Voncarie Owens' rushing touchdown in the second quarter was his first since Sept. 24, 2005 against Kent State
-Ernie Hodge's sack in the third quarter was his second of the season
-Ahmona Maxwell's reception in the fourth quarter was his first of the season
-Junior quarterback Brad Bower threw his first career touchdown pass, a 10-yard completion, to William Norwood in the fourth quarter.
-Drew Willy's 22-yard run in the third quarter was the longest rush of his career
-James Starks rushed for his third touchdown of the season on his four-yard touchdown run in the third quarter
-The Buffalo Bulls visited Peden Stadium for the eighth time. It is the Bulls' most played-in MAC stadium away from home.
-Kareem Byrom recorded his second forced fumble on the season when he striped Kalvin McRae in the first quarter.
-Robert Yealu had his first multi-catch game of the season with his 21-yard reception and his 14-yard reception