Nov. 3, 2011
Final Stats |
Ohio 35, Temple 31
17,490 - Attendance
-Ohio finished the game with 521 yards of total offense. The Bobcats have surpassed 500 yards of total offense for the third time this season.
-With the win, Ohio improves to 6-3 on the season (3-2 MAC) and becomes bowl eligible for the third consecutive year.
-Ohio now holds a 4-1 series lead over Temple with Wednesday night's victory, which was the Bobcats' third in a row over the Owls.
-The Bobcats surpassed their total offense average (450.2) with Wednesday's total of 521 yards.
-Senior running back Donte' Harden totaled a school-record 322 all-purpose yards. He also scored a pair of touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving.
-Sophomore quarterback Tyler Tettleton finished with 258 yards passing. Tettleton has now thrown for 200 yards-or-more in seven-consecutive games.
- Tettleton surpassed 2,000 yards on the season following his 258-yard output. Tettleton is one of seven players in school history that have surpassed 2,000 yards passing in a single season.
-With three touchdown passes on Wednesday, Tettleton is now just one TD pass shy of becoming Ohio's all-time leader for most touchdowns in a single season.
-Senior wide receiver LaVon Brazill finished the game with 165 yards receiving. It marked the fourth time this season Brazill has surpassed 100 yards receiving.
-With his 165-yard receiving effort, Brazill surpassed 2,000 yards for his career. He is one of just three players in school history to surpass 2,000 yards for his career.
-Ohio scored on its opening drive of the game as it went 80 yards in five plays. The scoring drive marked the second time this season Ohio has scored on its opening drive of the game.
-Senior linebacker Noah Keller totaled a game-high 15 tackles and now 394 career tackles which moved him into eighth all-time.