Player Stats/Milestones after Rhode Island

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Player Stats/Milestones after Rhode Island

Post by UD '01 grad » Sat Oct 16, 2021 1:15 pm

RUSHING: Lee's sixth career 100-yard game (115) was his third straight and entered him in the 2,000-rushing-yard club. Lee's 2,098 rushing yards ranks 12th all-time (passing Reeder, Thompson, Jenkins, Johnson and Kelly) and his 434 career carries is tied for 13th (Armstrong). Lee's 3,765 all-purpose yards ranks ninth all time (passing Johnson and Hall).

PASSING: Career highs in attempts (17) and yards (117) for Gwynn, as well as his first career touchdown pass.

RECEIVING: Pitts is 25th all-time in receptions (88) and 18th all-time in receiving yards (1,393, passing Purzycki). Coleman is tied for 16th all-time in receptions (112, Norris) and 19th in receiving yards (1,292, passing Cuff and Hooks). Consecutive-games-catching-a-pass streaks alive include Pitts (25, tied with Elliott for ninth highest streak) and Coleman (17).

KICKING: Coe's consecutive game streak with a made field goal ended at nine, tied with O'Brien and Striefsky for most all time. Coe has made 35 straight PATs and his 48 career touchbacks ranks second all time (record is 78 by Roth, records kept since 2003 on that stat).

Apologies for the lateness of this post. Go Hens.

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