Nov. 27, 2009
Final Stats |
Senior quarterback Theo Scott connected on three touchdown passes against the Owls, giving the senior 19 for the season. Scott’s 2009 totals tie the school record for touchdown passes in a single season, matching the 19-touchdown effort from teammate Boo Jackson in 2008.
Scott’s 25 career passing touchdowns is second in school history, trailing only Cleve Bryant (29).
Scott’s 324 yards passing is the seventh best single-game output in school history.
His three touchdown passes ties for the third-best single-game performance in school history.
His .810 completion percentage is fourth on the school single-game list. The 15.4 yards per attempt average is second on single-game list.
The 393 yards of total offense is third in school history.
Scott was responsible for five touchdowns, which ties for second in school history (3 passing, 2 rushing).
Career highs: 324 yards, 65-yard long, 3 touchdown passes (tie), 2 rushing touchdowns.
Theo Scott and LaVon Brazill
The 65-yard touchdown pass between Theo Scott and LaVon Brazill in the second quarter marked career-highs for both passer and receiver. The 65-yard score was the longest career pass for Scott and longest career reception for Brazill.
Junior wide receiver Steven Goulet set career-highs with five catches and 65 yards receiving on the day.
Chris Garret continues to widen his margin as the school’s all-time career leader in kick return yards, with 57 yards on three returns against the Owls, Garrett now has 2,063 kick return yards to his credit. With 77 returns in this career (second on the school’s all-time list), Garrett also has the best kick return average, at 26.79 per return.
With his third catch of the game, senior wide reciever Taylor Price tied the school record for career receptions at 144. Price already holds the school record for receptions in a game, collecting 14 against Wyoming during the 2008 season.
With two interceptions against Temple, redshirt freshman Gerald Moore has six on the season, an effort that ties for fifth all time. The record in a season is nine, set by Joe Callan, who led the nation in picks in 1979.
Ohio’s 324 passing yards ties for ninth all-time in a single game in school history.
Three touchdown passes tied for third all-time in school history.