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Ohio 43, Central Michigan 28 - Postgame Notes

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Nov. 11, 2011

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Ohio 43, Central Michigan 28

Mount Pleasant, Mich.

Attendance: 13,127

 

-Ohio’s win over Central Michigan is its first in Mount Pleasant since 2001.

-Ohio collected its third straight victory which matches its season-best winning streak.

-Ohio’s 43-point output marks the third time this season the Bobcats have scored 40 points-or-more in a game.

-The Bobcats finished with 527 yards of total offense which marked the third-consecutive game Ohio has registered 500-or-more yards. Ohio has registered 500 yards or more in four games this season.

-Ohio held Central Michigan to just 65 yards rushing. The Bobcats have held four of their opponents to less than 100 yards rushing in 2011.

-Ohio scored on its opening drive for the second straight week as it went 80 yards in seven plays. The Bobcats have scored on their opening drive on three occasions this season.

-Sophomore quarterback Tyler Tettleton scored his seventh rushing touchdown on the year during the Bobcats’ opening drive. Tettleton has accounted for school-record 29 touchdowns (22 passing and seven rushing) this season.

-Tettleton’s 63-yard touchdown pass to LaVon Brazill was his 21st on the year. Brazill also tied the single season record for most single touchdown receptions on the play.

-Tettleton finished the game with 218 yards. He has now thrown for 200-yards or more in eight-consecutive games.

-Ohio’s four play, 92-yard drive was the Bobcats’ longest drive of the season in terms of yards.

-Senior wide receiver Jerry Gross hauled in his first career touchdown reception.

-Junior kicker Matt Weller connected on field goals 48 and 32 yards. Weller has connected on five field goals from 40 yards-more. He also has not missed from 40-yards or less this season.

-Redshirt junior Alphonso Lewis tallied his first career safety. The Bobcats have recorded two safeties this season. The first safety came against New Mexico State.