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Team of the Week

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Games of Oct. 29-30, 2010

Offense
QB Devin O'Brien, Jr., John Carroll
O'Brien passed for 157 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 175 more yards and another score as he directed a come-from-behind 28-20 victory on the road at Capital. It was John Carroll's first win in Bexley since 1999.

OL Greg Kurkis, John Fitzgibbons, Mike Stefanelli, Bobby Jones, Connor Hollenbeck, Washington and Lee 
The Generals line led the way to a record-breaking performance in the Generals’ 49-14 win over Catholic on Friday evening. W&L amassed 604 yards of total offense and held the ball for better than 41 of the game’s 60 minutes. Additionally, W&L set an ODAC record for rushing yards in a game with 496 yards and had three running backs eclipse the 100-yard barrier in the contest.

RB Jay Gwaltney, Sr., Kean
Gwaltney posted his fourth consecutive 200-yard rushing game, finishing with 257 yards on 33 carries. Gwaltney, who had 124 yards and one TD in the first half, had no yards lost and averaged 7.8 yards a carry. His 4-yard carry with 22 seconds remaining in the first half gave Kean a 21-7 lead at halftime.

RB Clinton Orr, So., Albion
Orr rushed for a season-high 233 yards on 33 carries, scoring on touchdown runs of 68 and 63 yards, in the Britons' 38-21 win against Adrian. He has now rushed for more than 100 yards in eight consecutive MIAA games over the past two seasons, and has gone over the 200-yard mark three times.

WB Charles Curcio, Sr., Gettysburg
Curcio piled up 217 all-purpose yards and had a hand in three touchdowns in Gettysburg's 61-50 win against Susquehanna. He set career-highs for rushing yards (70, on 10 carries) and receiving yards (121, on 10 receptions) and rushed for the go-ahead 4-yard touchdown run with 1:40 left as the Bullets overcame a 50-27 deficit with 18 minutes remaining.

WR Chris Langstaff, Sr., Chapman
Langstaff had a career-high 171 yards including an 84-yard touchdown pass in Chapman's 28-24 win over Occidental, the Panthers' first win against Oxy in six years. Langstaff also set a school record with an 85-yard punt return for a touchdown in the second quarter for 256 all-purpose yards.

WR ZaVious Robbins, Sr., Hardin-Simmons
Robbins set career highs in yards (193) and catches (16) as the Cowboys beat crosstown rival McMurry 34-13. The performance put him over 1,000 yards receiving for the season.

Defense
DE Chris Mayes, Jr., Wesley
Mayes had seven tackles, five solo, with four tackles for a loss, a sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in the Route 13 Rivalry win against Salisbury. He helped spearhead a defense that held the second rated rushing attack in NCAA Division III to 164 yards (279 less than its average) and two top 12 ranked runners were held to 17 yards combined on 35 carries.

DT Andy Lovins, So., Heidelberg
Lovins recorded four tackles for loss, two and a half sacks and forced a fumble in a 36-3 win against Wilmington. He had six tackles, five of them solo.

DT Andrew Haim, Sr., Ithaca
Helped Ithaca hold Division III's 16th-rated passer to 200 yards (more than 100 under his average) and an average of under five yards per attempt by breaking up three passes and recording two sacks. Shared a tackle with a defensive end on a Bomber safety, keeping a  Utica running back from getting out of his own end zone on a play run from the Pioneer 1.

DE Jim Clendenning, Jr., North Central (Ill.)
Clendenning finished with a career-high four tackles for loss and six total tackles (all solo) in a 47-13 win at Elmhurst. The Cardinals' defense held Elmhurst to a net loss of 34 yards rushing.

LB Tony Brown, So., Albion
Brown recorded 14 tackles, six solo. Albion was protecting a 24-14 lead when Adrian had a first down at its 44. Brown timed his blitz off the edge perfectly to gain an 8-yard sack and Adrian was forced to punt.

LB Tyler Russell, Sr., Worcester State
Russell had a game-best 19 tackles, eight solo, three and a half tackles for loss with a sack and a forced fumble in a 41-6 win against Fitchburg State.

LB Keith Barnes, So., SUNY-Maritime
Barnes led a defense that held Norwich without an offensive score in a 20-2 home win. He had 11 tackles, eight solo, including 2.5 for combined losses of 10 yards. He had one sack and an interception on the opening drive of the game that he returned 31 yards. Barnes also forced a fumble, recorded a pass breakup and a quarterback hurry.

CB Tyler Langs, Sr., Wheaton (Ill.)
Langs intercepted three Augustana passes on Saturday in Wheaton's 20-14 win. Langs returned his three picks for a total of 102 yards. He also led the Thunder with a team-high eight total tackles, all solo stops. He secured the Wheaton win when he deflected an Augustana pass on fourth down in the closing seconds to stop the Vikings' final offensive play.

S Kevin Gerhart, Sr., Wilkes
Gerhart picked off two passes, including one he returned 100 yards for a touchdown, and posted six tackles to help Wilkes to a 31-14 win against Lycoming. Both of Gerhart's picks came inside the Wilkes five-yard line with Lycoming driving. His interception return came with 2:55 left in the fourth quarter with Wilkes up 17-7 and Lycoming with a first-and-goal at the 3-yard line.

S Bryan Gary, So., Waynesburg
Gary intercepted his third pass over the past two games and returned it 80 yards for a Waynesburg touchdown during the Yellow Jackets' 34-28 win at Saint Vincent. The pick-six gave the Jackets a 28-21 lead in the fourth quarter. Gary also finished second on the team with seven total tackles.

CB Zack Corpe, Fr., Franklin
Corpe returned two interceptions for touchdowns (of 21 and 45 yards) in a 69-10 win at Anderson. Corpe made six tackles, five solo, and had two pass breakups. On special teams, he forced and recovered a fumble on the AU 12-yard-line (on the same punt play) that set up the Grizzlies' first touchdown.

Special teams
K Scott Roche, Jr., Wheaton (Ill.)
Roche made four field goals to help Wheaton to a 20-14 victory at Augustana. He was 4-for-4 on the day, with a 25-yarder in the first quarter. In the second quarter he kicked a career-long 52-yarder and converted a 42-yarder as time expired to end the first half. His fourth field goal was a 32-yarder with 7:22 remaining in the fourth quarter to cut Augustana's lead to 14-12.

ST Jonathan Koop, So., Wabash
Koop scored his fourth blocked punt return of the season on a 9-yard return against Allegheny, extending his Wabash record and closing in on the NCAA Division III of record of five. The Little Giants blocked their team-record 10th kick of the season (ninth punt).

P Jared Jenkins, Sr., UW-Stevens Point
Jenkins averaged 54.7 yards per punt on six punts, with a long of 70, in the Pointers' 27-14 loss to UW-Whitewater.

RET Kendall Owens, Jr., Thomas More
Owens finished with 253 all-purpose yards in the Saints' 37-13 win against Westminster (Pa.) as he returned a punt 96 yards for a touchdown to go along with three kickoff returns for 64 yards.

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Maryville (Tenn.) at Washington and Lee
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at Morrisville State 34, St. Lawrence 26
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at Bridgewater State 42, Fitchburg State 15
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at Delaware Valley 41, Alvernia 10
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at Endicott 27, Hobart 24
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Framingham State 28, at Massachusetts Maritime 13
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at RPI 44, Buffalo State 14
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at MIT 34, Catholic 24
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Springfield 17, at WPI 14
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Lycoming 27, at FDU-Florham 21
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Emory and Henry 52, at Rochester 17
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at Nichols 43, Alfred State 7
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Southern Virginia 14, at Kean 9
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at Merchant Marine 35, Maine Maritime 14
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at Middlebury 37, Bowdoin 24
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at Amherst 37, Hamilton 14
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at Williams 36, Colby 14
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at Ursinus 21, Moravian 14
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Montclair State 17, at Christopher Newport 14
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at Carnegie Mellon 42, St. Vincent 27
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at Union 49, Curry 6
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at Franklin and Marshall 14, Susquehanna 7
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at Trinity (Conn.) 59, Bates 16
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at Johns Hopkins 62, Dickinson 14
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Misericordia 47, at Wilkes 45
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at Frostburg State 34, Rowan 7
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McDaniel 25, at Gettysburg 0
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at Wooster 24, DePauw 21
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Stevenson 38, at King's 17
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at Alfred 38, Cortland 33
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at Washington and Jefferson 62, Grove City 10
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at Westminster (Pa.) 21, Bethany 3
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at Allegheny 25, Ohio Wesleyan 17
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at Wesley 43, William Paterson 7
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at LaGrange 42, Apprentice 13
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Denison 52, at Oberlin 27
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at Western New England 59, Anna Maria 7
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Martin Luther 63, at Greenville 28
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at St. Scholastica 23, Westminster (Mo.) 20
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at Minnesota-Morris 13, Iowa Wesleyan 7
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at Muhlenberg 62, Juniata 7
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at Widener 69, Albright 0
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at Coast Guard 38, Norwich 35
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Anderson 18, at Defiance 14
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at Mount Union 23, John Carroll 10
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Hanover 28, at Bluffton 10
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Westfield State 42, at Worcester State 22
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at Waynesburg 10, Geneva 7
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at Virginia-Lynchburg 16, Brevard 14
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at Ferrum 81, Greensboro 0
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Ithaca 21, at St. John Fisher 14
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Muskingum 31, at Wilmington 24
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Ohio Northern 13, at Otterbein 7
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at Austin 12, Hendrix 9
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North Central (Ill.) 35, at North Park 0
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Rhodes 29, at Birmingham-Southern 10
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at UW-Stout 49, Cal Lutheran 24
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Millsaps 21, at Sewanee 14
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Thomas More 38, at Huntingdon 35
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at Washington U. 51, Carthage 31
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at St. Olaf 33, Augsburg 3
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at Concordia-Moorhead 55, Hamline 0
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at St. John's 59, Carleton 0
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at Chicago 56, Illinois College 9
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at Bethel 31, Gustavus Adolphus 0
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Wartburg 42, at Nebraska Wesleyan 14
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Coe 35, at Buena Vista 14
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Central 35, at Dubuque 13
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at St. Norbert 91, Grinnell 0
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Loras 35, at Luther 28
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at Ripon 28, Knox 3
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at Monmouth 37, Macalester 0
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Carroll 16, at Elmhurst 14
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Cornell 28, at Beloit 17
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at Lake Forest 35, Lawrence 34
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at St. Thomas 49, UW-Eau Claire 0
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Mount St. Joseph 59, at Earlham 2
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Dean 42, at Becker 15
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N.C. Wesleyan at Bridgewater
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Western Connecticut 40, at Salve Regina 21
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at Mass-Dartmouth 21, Plymouth State 16
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at Tufts 16, Wesleyan 13
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at Salisbury 38, TCNJ 7
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at Rose-Hulman 19, Manchester 12
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at Case Western Reserve 63, Thiel 20
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Baldwin Wallace 34, at Heidelberg 10
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Berry 38, at Centre 35
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at Wittenberg 45, Kenyon 3
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Northwestern (Minn.) 38, at Crown 18
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at Hardin-Simmons 65, Howard Payne 14
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Illinois Wesleyan 41, at Augustana 24
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at McMurry 35, Sul Ross State 24
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at Wheaton (Ill.) 63, Millikin 6
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at UW-Platteville 49, Lakeland 12
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Louisiana College 21, at Southwestern 19
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Mary Hardin-Baylor 47, at Texas Lutheran 14
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East Texas Baptist 46, at Belhaven 20
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at Delaware Valley 41, Alvernia 10
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at RPI 44, Buffalo State 14
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at Wesley 43, William Paterson 7
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at Washington and Jefferson 62, Grove City 10
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at Frostburg State 34, Rowan 7
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at Franklin and Marshall 14, Susquehanna 7
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at Mount Union 23, John Carroll 10
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Ithaca 21, at St. John Fisher 14
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at St. John's 59, Carleton 0
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North Central (Ill.) 35, at North Park 0
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at St. Thomas 49, UW-Eau Claire 0
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at Wittenberg 45, Kenyon 3
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Berry 38, at Centre 35
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at Case Western Reserve 63, Thiel 20
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Mary Hardin-Baylor 47, at Texas Lutheran 14
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at Hardin-Simmons 65, Howard Payne 14
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at Wheaton (Ill.) 63, Millikin 6
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Illinois Wesleyan 41, at Augustana 24
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