Weekly Football Highlights Oct 26

Offensive lineman Brandon Austin saw action as 6-1 Stanford beat Washington, 31-14. Idaho won its third game, 27-13 over Louisiana-Monroe, as fullback Brady Strodtbeck and defensive back Jack Tate played on special teams. Marist College head coach Jim Parady (University of Maine, 1984) won his third game of the season by a 31-10 score over Davidson. Butler head coach Jeff Voris (DePauw University, 1990) is 4-3 for the season as his squad lost to Dayton in a close battle, 27-24.

DePauw, after a 6-0 start, lost its first game by a 27-22 score to Ohio Wesleyan. The top rusher, Jason Kirchhoff, had 19 attempts for 98 yards, three catches and three kickoff returns for a 23.7 average. Other receivers were Jake Hagan (four catches for 58 yards, including a 14 yard TD), Ian Good (18 yard TD catch), Nolan Ayres (three catches for 50 yards) and Tyler Leising (two catches for 20 yards). Leading DePauw defenders were tackle Chris Hawk (six tackles), back Hamm Hooper (five stops) and back Zac Fouche (two tackles, three kickoff returns for a 16.0 average).

Baker is 7-1 after a 38-19 win over MidAmerican Nazarene. Seeing action on defense were linebacker Josh Koch (six tackles) and Hayden Jenkins. Westminster, now 5-3, lost 27-10 to Northwestern of Minnesota as lineman Ayo Oyesanya had two tackles. Lawrence linebacker Jacob Lueck had a career-high 17 tackles as his team lost 35-7 to Macalester. Also playing well for the Vikings were defensive back Nick Ulloah (eight stops) and receiver Wes Hetcher (19 yard TD catch). Kenyon’s squad was idle on Saturday.

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