October 17, 20151st2nd3rd4thFinal
Newberry0146020
Carson-Newman1370727
Scoring
1st Quarter
C-NTD13:46Damian Baker 3 Yd Run (Carson Wise kick)
C-NTD00:09Damian Baker 4 Yd Run (Carson Wise missed kick)
2nd Quarter
C-NTD10:50Damian Baker 1 Yd Run (Carson Wise kick)
NBYTD06:50Raleigh Yeldell 7 Yd Run (Ryan Janssen kick)
NBYTD01:36Raleigh Yeldell 21 Yd Run (Ryan Janssen kick)
3rd Quarter
NBYTD10:35Romelo Doctor 3 Yd Run (Ryan Janssen missed kick)
4th Quarter
C-NTD07:14Damian Baker 29 Yd Run (Carson Wise kick)
Stats at a GlanceNBYC-N
1st Downs2720
3rd Down Conversions9-196-13
4th Down Conversions2-41-2
Passing (Comp-Att)270 (27-43) 189 (8-18)
Rushing (Att)190 (40) 289 (49)
Total Yards460478
Penalties7-507-67
Turnovers00
Fumbles Lost00
Interceptions00
Possession31:5028:10
Newberry heads to Mossy Creek to face Eagles this weekend


Newberry heads to Mossy Creek to face Eagles this weekend
Tuesday, October 13, 2015 | by Josh Manck, Assistant AD for Athletic Communications

NEWBERRY – The Newberry College Wolves hit the road to Tennessee this weekend, playing Carson-Newman in a key South Atlantic Conference matchup at C-N's Burke-Tarr Stadium at 3 p.m. this Saturday.

WHO: Newberry College at Carson-Newman University
WHERE: Burke-Tarr Stadium in Jefferson City, Tenn.
WHEN: 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 17
RECORDS: Newberry is 3-3 overall and 1-2 in the South Atlantic Conference. Carson-Newman is 4-2 overall and 2-2 in SAC play.
LIVE VIDEO: http://www.CNEagles.com  
LIVE AUDIO: http://www.NewberryWolves.tv, WKDK-AM 1240 in Newberry County
LIVE STATS: http://www.CNEagles.com  
WEATHER FORECAST: Sunny with a high of 60 degrees. Low winds are anticipated. No chance of rain at this point.

NEWS AND NOTES
• The Newberry College Wolves head to East Tennessee and Mossy Creek to take on the Carson-Newman Eagles this Saturday.
• This is game number 997 for the scarlet and gray in season No. 102. Newberry has a 412-548-36 record.
• The Wolves and Eagles have been playing each other off and on since 1940, and the game has been one of the most entertaining matchups of the year for the past few seasons.
• Newberry is coming off of two rain-marred losses, but will be buoyed by optimism in the second half of the season.
• The Wolves’ offense will look for some pop after consistent performances which have not resulted in points. The defense is in the top third of the nation in every category.
• Statistics show that Newberry offense will most likely find success on the ground. The Wolves rank 13th nationally in rushing yardage and have had eight 100-yard individual performances in the season’s first six games. Conversely, the Eagles rank 7th from bottom nationally in rushing yards allowed.
• While the Newberry defense has been strong all year, getting back over .500 will require discipline, as this is the first of three straight games against option-based attacks.
• The Wolves are the only team in the conference to face the three option teams in consecutive weeks this season.
• The last four games between the team have featured hot starts by the eventual winners, including Raleigh Yeldell accounting for four touchdowns in the first quarter last season.
• Newberry’s last win in Jefferson City was the polar opposite of those games, as the Wolves won 24-3 in 2011, holding C-N without a touchdown for the first time in the matchup since 1985.
• This is C-N’s fifth straight conference game, with big wins over Mars Hill and Brevard, a tight loss to Catawba and a blowout loss to Lenoir-Rhyne.

BLOCK PARTY
• Newberry ranks in a tie for sixth nationally in blocked kicks this season after blocking two punts and a field goal in the North Greenville game.
• Of the Wolves’ five blocked kicks, two were punts and three were field goal attempts.

THE LEG
• Newberry College senior punter Kyle Clark ranks fifth amongst all current Division II punters in career punting average.
• His 40.3 average per punt also ranks 60th amongst all NCAA punters in career punt average.
• With a minimum of 100 punts, Clark is the active current leader for all South Carolina punters.
• For the season, Clark averages 43.2 yards per punt, which ranks eighth in Division II.
• Clark has also been excellent in changing the field position of the game throughout his entire career.
• In his three years as the punter, Clark has placed 57 punts inside the opponents’ 20-yardline, including 30 such boots last year.
• Of punters with a career average over 38 yards in Division II (there are 14 of those guys), Clark is tied for first over the past three years. Clark, Western State Colorado’s Dakota Swinehart and St. Joseph’s (Ind.)’s Marcin Gawlak have 57, while Angelo State’s Sam Fowler has 54.

TACKLING MACHINE
• Newberry senior linebacker Taylor McDonnell is currently second in the conference in solo tackles, with 33 of his 40 total tackles coming as solo stops.
• He ranks 15th in the league in total tackles and fourth in sacks and sack yardage.

THE DOCTOR IS IN
• During his 52-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter of the win over North Greenville, Newberry junior running back Romelo Doctor went over 1,000 yards rushing for his career.
• Going into the Carson-Newman contest, Doctor has 271 carries for 1,410 yards and 12 touchdowns. He averages 5.2 yards per carry.
• With his 150-yard game against Mars Hill, he now ranks eighth in school history with six games of 100-plus rushing yards.
• Doctor is approaching the top 10 in the school records for career rushing yardage.

Career Net Rushing Yardage

1.

Vic Gilmore (1997-2000)

3,860

2.

Keath Porterfield (1993-96)

3,462

3.

John Nesbitt (1982-85)

3,244

4.

Don Garrick (1969-72)

3,131

5.

Alex Haynes (2004-07)

2,698

6.

Pete Bember (1984-86)

2,450

7.

George Taylor (1965-68)

2,233

8.

Chad Tackett (1999-2001)

1,803

9.

Rufus Johnson (1973-76)

1,752

10.

Dwight Cummings (1988-91)

1,674

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Romelo Doctor (2013-pres.)

1,410

RUNNING WITH THE PACK
• The Newberry rushing offense has been fantastic so far this season, and is a standout in a league full of rushing attacks.
• The Wolves rank third in the conference and 13th nationally in rushing yardage per game after six contests.

CLOCK EATERS
• The Newberry offense is one of the top teams in terms of time of possession this season, currently ranking eighth in Division II.

ON PACE FOR SCHOOL RECORD
• The Newberry rushing attack has been fantastic this season, already producing eight 100-yard individual rushing games.
• The school record for 100-yard games in a season is nine, which was set in 1970.
• Here are the 100-yard performances so far this year.

ON OCTOBER 17 IN NEWBERRY FOOTBALL (5-11) :
• 1914 - The Indians head to Charleston and beat Porter Military Academy, 20-7.
• 1925 - Newberry was unable to score in a 26-0 road loss at The Citadel.
• 1930 - Newberry is overwhelmed in a 75-0 loss at Clemson.
• 1936 - The Indians are handed a 32-0 loss at Cumberland (Tenn.).
• 1941 - Presbyterian scores a touchdown with 8/10 of a second on the clock to hand Newberry a 13-7 loss in Clinton.
• 1942 - An undefeated team from The Citadel encounters a scrappy bunch of Newberry Indians, but the scarlet and gray are unable to pull the upset in a 21-7 loss in Charleston.
• 1943 - The aviators from the Georgia Pre-Flight school in Athens take down Newberry, 53-0.
• 1953 - Newberry heads to Spartanburg and ruins Homecoming for Wofford, with a 7-6 win. Danny Brabham passed to Mike Maksim for the touchdown and the winning PAT was booted by 270-pound tackle Grover Davis from McCormick.
• 1959 - Newberry rolls to a 33-6 Homecoming win over visiting Troy State.
• 1964 - Wofford clinches the Little Three crown with a 34-8 win over Newberry at Setzler.
• 1970 - Newberry had Wofford’s back to the wall until late in the fourth quarter until the Terriers had a late comeback to take down the Indians, 31-14.
• 1981 - Wofford jumped out to a 17-0 halftime lead as Newberry is beaten 38-14 in Spartanburg.
• 1987 - Newberry racks up four turnovers and Mitch Shuler ran for 113 yards in a 21-3 win at Wofford.
• 1992 - The Indians fall behind early and a second half comeback isn’t enough in a 34-16 home loss to Wofford.
• 1998 - Newberry leads heading to the final 15 minutes, but Tusculum scores two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to hand the scarlet and gray a 31-28 loss. Dustin Coats had three touchdown passes in the game.
• 2009 - Ron Parker had two interceptions, including the game-winning return for a touchdown, as Newberry won 35-27 at Wingate in a strong all-around performance.