October 15, 2011

DePauw Suffers Fourth Straight Loss with Defeat at Sewanee

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Host Sewanee scored on each of its first three possessions and defeated DePauw by a 30-7 score at Harris Stadium. DePauw dropped to 1-4 with its fourth straight loss, while Sewanee improved to 3-4.

Sewanee marched 80 yards in just six plays on its opening drive with Ben Cleveland scoring on a 4-yard run. The extra point was off the mark and the hosts held a 6-0 lead with 10:11 left in the first.

Sewanee's defense stopped DePauw on downs and the offense needed just five plays to cover 85 yards with Zeke Wilson rushing for a 43-yard score to make it 13-0 with 5:57 remaining in the first.

The Tigers drove to the Sewanee 30, but Eric Malm's 47-yard field goal attempt was short and Sewanee's Garrett Schlosser made it 16-0 with a 27-yard field goal early in the second.

On DePauw's fourth play of the ensuing series, Sewanee's De'Nard Ford picked off Jackson Kirtley and returned the interception for a score to make it 23-0 with 7:19 left in the half.

DePauw's Taylor Wagner gathered in the resulting kickoff on his own five and scampered 95 yards for the visiting Tigers' lone score of the contest. It was DePauw's first kickoff return for a touchdown since JaMarcus Shephard had two against Millsaps on October 25, 2003.

Neither team cross midfield the remainder of the half as Sewanee went to the intermission with a 23-7 lead.

After recovering a fumble early in the third, DePauw drove to the Sewanee 17, but Alfonza Knight intercepted Kirtley in the end zone and halted the threat.

DePauw's defense stopped Sewanee on fourth down from the DePauw 27 on the next possession and then drove 72 yards but Kirtley's fourth-down pass from the 2-yardline was incomplete. After another defensive stop, DePauw drove to the Sewanee 22, but couldn't convert on fourth-and-15.

Sewanee wrapped up the scoring as Wilson scored on an 8-yard run with 1:25 left.

Armani Cato made his first collegiate start for DePauw and rushed for 84 yards on 18 carries. Nikko Sansone moved to running back from wide receiver, totaled 40 yards in 11 tries. Kirtley threw for 133 yards, but was picked off twice and sacked five times. Wagner caught three passes for 37 yards in the loss. Wagner totaled 222 all-purpose yards for the Tigers.

Cleveland totaled 54 rushing yards followed by Wilson with 53 and Lee Schurlknight with 50. Schurlknight completed 2-of-6 passes for 85 yards.

DePauw held a 16-14 advantage in first downs, but Sewanee led in total yards 348-240 and in yards per play (6.8-3.2)

Michael Fultz totaled seven tackles for DePauw including two for loss, while Sewanee's John Davenport had nine. Andrew Walters led the hosts with 1.5 sacks.

DePauw returns to action on Saturday, October 22, when it travels to Ohio Wesleyan for a 1 p.m. contest.

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                               Box Score (Final)
         DePauw University vs Sewanee (Oct 15, 2011 at Sewanee, Tenn.)

  Score by Quarters     1  2  3  4   Score
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  DePauw University...  0  7  0  0  -  7       Record: (1-4)
  Sewanee............. 13 10  0  7  - 30       Record: (3-4)

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  Scoring Summary:
  1st 10:11 SEW - Ben Cleveland 4 yd run (Garrett Schloss kick failed), 6-80 2:45, DPU 0 - SEW 6
      05:57 SEW - Zeke Wilson 43 yd run (Garrett Schloss kick), 5-85 2:20, DPU 0 - SEW 13
  2nd 09:25 SEW - Garrett Schloss 27 yd field goal, 11-60 5:28, DPU 0 - SEW 16
      07:19 SEW - De'Nard Ford 65 yd interception return (Garrett Schloss kick), , DPU 0 - SEW 23
      06:52 DPU - Taylor Wagner 95 yd kickoff return (Eric Malm kick), , DPU 7 - SEW 23
  4th 01:25 SEW - Zeke Wilson 8 yd run (Garrett Schloss kick), 4-49 2:05, DPU 7 - SEW 30

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                                      DPU      SEW
  FIRST DOWNS...................       16       14
  RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............   44-107   45-263
  PASSING YDS (NET).............      133       85
  Passes Att-Comp-Int...........  31-11-2    6-2-0
  TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.....   75-240   51-348
  Fumble Returns-Yards..........      0-0      0-0
  Punt Returns-Yards............     1-12     1-12
  Kickoff Returns-Yards.........    6-208     2-55
  Interception Returns-Yards....      0-0     2-65
  Punts (Number-Avg)............   3-45.3   3-40.7
  Fumbles-Lost..................      2-0      2-1
  Penalties-Yards...............     5-51     2-28
  Possession Time...............    34:20    25:40
  Third-Down Conversions........  6 of 20  4 of 10
  Fourth-Down Conversions.......   4 of 7   0 of 1
  Red-Zone Scores-Chances.......      0-3      3-3
  Sacks By: Number-Yards........      0-0     5-33

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  RUSHING: DePauw University-Armani Cato 18-84; Nikko Sansone 11-40; Jeremiah
  Morgan 1-1; Jackson Kirtley 14-minus 18. Sewanee-Ben Cleveland 6-54; Zeke Wilson
  8-53; Le Schurlknight 17-50; Sergio Acosta 9-43; Jase Brooks 2-34; Charlie
  Powell 1-17; Chuck Winfield 1-9; Cyrus Wittig 1-3.

  PASSING: DePauw University-Jackson Kirtley 11-30-2-133; Drew Seaman 0-1-0-0.
  Sewanee-Le Schurlknight 2-6-0-85.

  RECEIVING: DePauw University-Taylor Wagner 3-37; DJ Steward 2-40; Brody Schoen
  1-29; Bobby Coburn 1-15; Steve Ganser 1-7; Armani Cato 1-3; Mike Harris 1-3;
  Nikko Sansone 1-minus 1. Sewanee-Jase Brooks 1-45; Ben Cleveland 1-40.

  INTERCEPTIONS: DePauw University-None. Sewanee-De'Nard Ford 1-65; Alfonza Knight
  1-0.

  FUMBLES: DePauw University-Jackson Kirtley 2-0. Sewanee-Zeke Wilson 2-1.

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         DePauw University vs Sewanee (Oct 15, 2011 at Sewanee, Tenn.)

  SACKS (UA-A): DePauw University-None. Sewanee-Andrew Walters 1-1; John Davenport
  1-0; J.D. Crabtree 1-0; Quillan Snyder 0-1.

  TACKLES (UA-A): DePauw University-Michael Fultz 4-3; Robby Schuler 5-0; Patrick
  Keller 4-1; Ben Brandstatter 4-0; Cody Crook 3-1; Jake Konovsky 3-0; Jack Quinn
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  3-0; Matt Johnson 3-0; Zach Price 3-0; Graham Wilkerson 1-2; Steve Valdiserri
  2-0; JD Robinson 1-1; Myron Burr 1-0; Mitch Dwenger 1-0; Michael McManis 1-0;
  Josh Jones 1-0. Sewanee-John Davenport 8-1; Alfonza Knight 5-1; Zac Atkins 4-2;
  Dave McKeithen 4-1; De'Nard Ford 3-2; J.P. Boudreaux 3-2; Murphy Walters 3-2;
  Quillan Snyder 2-3; Andrew Walters 3-1; J.D. Crabtree 3-1; Paul Medling 1-1;
  Alex Head 1-1; Adian Cook 1-0; Bobb Gerzanick 1-0; Jacob Beu 1-0; Conne Anderson
  1-0; Brice Garrett 1-0; Ben Cleveland 1-0; Evans Willborn 0-1; Dorsey Dobias
  0-1.


  Game Starters:

  DePauw University                         Sewanee

  POS    LT   75 Chris. Lamping                    LT   53 Jake Fojtik
  DT   74 Lewis Brown                       LG   71 Max Jones
  C    79 Mitch Turnbow                     C    73 Conner Lewis
  RG   58 Craig Neece                       RG   75 Zack Parker
  RT   66 Jimmy Vann                        RT   67 Andrew Gordon
  QB   12 Jackson Kirtley                   WR   82 Parks Kingery
  RB   25 Armani Cato                       WR   7  Chad Morehead
  FB   32 Ben Lauderdale                    SB   5  Ben Cleveland
  TE   15 Bobby Coburn                      QB   12 Le Schurlknight
  WR   7  Mike Harris                       SB   34 Jase Brooks
  WR   2  Brody Schoen                      FB   24 Zeke Wilson

  POS    DE   93 Michael Fultz                     DT   55 Jacob Beu
  DT   51 Grah. Wilkerson                   NG   68 Bobb Gerzanick
  NG   54 Patrick Keller                    NE   91 Will Law
  DE   69 Zach Price                        LB   41 Andrew Walters
  LB   57 Jack Quinn                        LB   4  J.P. Boudreaux
  LB   11 Matt Johnson                      LB   51 John Davenport
  LB   30 Mitch Dwenger                     LB   6  Zac Atkins
  CB   6  Ste. Valdiserri                   SS   29 J.D. Crabtree
  SS   24 B. Brandstatter                   FS   45 Alfonza Knight
  FS   21 Robby Schuler                     CB   39 Murphy Walters
  CB   33 Myron Burr                        CB   22 De'Nard Ford

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  Player participation:

  DePauw University: 0I-DJ Steward, 3-Taylor Wagner, 4-Nikko Sansone, 8-Cody Crook, 10-Jake Konovsky, 13-Denn. Callicutt,
  14-Drew Seaman, 17-Eric Malm, 19-Kevin Ude, 23-Clark Costello, 28-Jeremiah Morgan, 34-Kyle Daigle, 41-JD Robinson,
  64-Michael McManis, 86-Steve Ganser, 90-Josh Jones.

  Sewanee: 2-Sergio Acosta, 3-Chuck Winfield, 10-Cyrus Wittig, 13-Conne Anderson, 14-Garrett Schloss, 15-Charlie Powell,
  16-Geo Strickland, 31-Dave McKeithen, 32-Adian Cook, 36-Dorsey Dobias, 43-Trey Knighton, 47-Brice Garrett, 52-Evans Willborn,
  59-Quillan Snyder, 79-Paul Medling, 90-Alex Head.

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