Oct. 9, 2010
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2010 CINCINNATI FOOTBALL POSTGAME NOTES
Cincinnati 45, Miami (OH) 3
Oct. 9, 2010 – Nippert Stadium – Cincinnati, Ohio
• Cincinnati Game Captains: Zach Collaros (Off.), JK Schaffer (Def.), Collin McCafferty (ST)
• UC won the toss and elected to receive. Miami defended the north end zone.
• UC extended its winning streak at Nippert Stadium to 14 games and pushed its non-conference winning streak in Nippert Stadium to 18 games.
• With the win, UC matched the longest win streak in the Miami (OH) series (five straight wins). UC last won five-straight games in the rivalry from 1897-1900 (2 games in 1897).
• UC scored on five of its first six possessions.
• UC’s first two touchdowns took a combined 58 seconds (25 and 33 seconds) and a combined five plays.
• UC scored the most points (45) in a half since 49 points against SE Missouri State in the 2009 home opener on Sept. 12.
• UC’s 42 point victory (45-3) is the largest UC win over Miami (OH). Prior to tonight, UC’s highest margin of victory was 37 points (47-10) in Oxford in 2007.
• UC also surpassed the highest margin of victory all-time in the Miami (OH) series (41-0 Miami, 1998).
• UC finished with 609 total yards, ranking fifth in school history for yards in a game.
• The last time UC had more than 600 yards of total offense was against Connecticut on Nov. 7, 2009 (711 total yards).
• UC’s 384 rushing yards also ranks in the Top 10 of Cincinnati’s record book, placing ninth.
• The last time UC rushed for more than 300 yards in a game was Aug. 30, 2007 (314 vs. SE Missouri State).
• UC held Miami (OH) to 42 rushing yards, the lowest rushing yards by an opponent since the RedHawks rushed for 30 yards against UC (Oct. 3, 2009).
• QB Zach Collaros finished 14-for-17, 216 yards and three touchdowns, the third straight game he has thrown three TDs.
• Isaiah Pead had an 80-yard, career-long touchdown carry (and rush) in the first quarter. It was the longest touchdown carry of the season for a UC player. Additionally, his 80-yard touchdown run ties with four others for the second-longest rush from scrimmage in UC history. It is a UC player’s longest rush since Allen Harvin had an 80-yard run against Miami (OH) in 1982 and the longest UC run for a touchdown since Art Bailey scampered 80 yards against Southern Miss in 1977.
• Pead’s touchdown took 13 seconds, the shortest time needed for UC to score this season.
• Jacob Rogers finished the game with nine points (six PATs, one field goal), pushing his career total to 299 points, trailing UC leader Jonathan Ruffin (315) by 16 points.
• Armon Binns’ first catch of the game was a 48-yard touchdown reception from Collaros, extending Binns’ consecutive number of games with a catch to 18.
• Doug Ryan, Devan Drane, Arryn Chenault, and Adam Fearing each made their first appearance.
• DJ Woods recorded his first rushing touchdown and fourth career carry when he scored on an 18-yard carry off a reverse.
• Armon Binns’ second touchdown reception was for 32 yards, matching his career best of two touchdowns and 12 points in a game (third time).
• Pead finished with 197 rushing yards on 10 carries for season and career-high yards.
• Ben Guidugli made four catches on UC’s seventh scoring drive and caught his first touchdown of the season. His four catches and 47 receiving yards are both season highs.
• George Winn had a 22-yard run, his career-long. He finished with 81 rushing yards on 19 carries, both career highs.
• Obadiah Cheatham recorded his first career sack and ended the game with a game-high seven tackles, a career-high.
• Orion Woodard recorded his first career catch (9 yards).