Player Stats/Milestones after North Dakota State

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Player Stats/Milestones after North Dakota State

Post by UD '01 grad » Tue Sep 17, 2019 9:12 pm

Kehoe is 19th all-time in career completions, 1 behind Zwaan and Ginn. .... Henderson's 2 TD passes were a career high.

Knight's 115 yards are a career-high and he is team's leading rusher (190). Team has just 1 rushing TD by a running back (Robinson vs. URI).

Pitts, Amachi, and Coleman have at least one catch in every game. Amachi has caught a TD in two straight games.

Coe had five kickoffs against Bison, with four touchbacks. ... Pritchard is tied for 10th all-time with 135 career punts and 10th all-time with 5,581 yards. His career average of 41.34 would be second all-time to Enderson. Roth is 4 for 6 on field goals with a long make of 38 and a long attempt of 48.

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