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UConn Football Vs. Stony Brook Post-Game Notes

Sept. 6, 2014

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Date: September 6, 2014

Opponent: Stony Brook

Result: W, 19-16 


Game Notes

·         Saturday marked the first game between Stony Brook and UConn.

·         UConn is now 49-25 all-time at Rentschler field and 27-12 in non-conference games there.

·         Geremy Davis made six catches for 113 yards. He now has at least one reception in 28 straight games, tied for the eighth-longest streak in the FBS. His second quarter touchdown was the fifth of his career, and he recorded his sixth career 100-yard game.

·         Davis moved into 7th in UConn history, now with 1,963 career receiving yards.

·         Bobby Puyol's 42-yard field goal in the first quarter was the longest of his career.

·         Justin Wain's 46-yard punt in the first quarter was the longest of his career. Overall, he punted nine times for an average of 41.8 yards

·         Jazzmar Clax made his first career reception in the first quarter.

·         Arkeel Newsome picked up a 22-yard rush in the first quarter, the longest run of his career. Overall, he carried five times for 23 yards.

·         Deshon Foxx returned a punt 72 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter. It was UConn's first punt return for a score since Nick Williams took one 80 yards against Pittsburgh on Nov. 9, 2012.

·         It also marked the first punt return for a touchdown against Stony Brook since Elon's Karlos Sullivan on Sept. 6, 2008.

·         UConn held Stony Brook 3-for-18 on third downs. That is the best performance since the Huskies held Vanderbilt 2-for-16 on Sept. 10, 2011.

·         Chandler Whitmer led UConn with 29 yards rushing. It was the first time a quarterback led the Huskies in rushing since Scott McCummings (40) on Nov. 19, 2011 vs. Louisville.

·         Whitmer passed for 142 yards, giving him 3,820 in his career. That mark is eighth in UConn history.


 

 

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