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Mizzou-Toledo: Toledo Post-Game Notes

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  • Today'sattendance was announced as 56,785, signifying the 10th-largest crowd theRockets have played in front of in school history. The school record is 107,267at Michigan on Oct, 11, 2008

  • Senior RB DavidFluellen carried the ball 17 times for 111 yards, topping the century mark forthe eighth time in his career. Fluellen also finished with career highs inreceptions (10) and receiving yards (100). His previous best effort was sixcatches vs. Northern Illinois on Nov. 14, 2012.

 

  • Sophomore WR AlonzoRussell totaled seven catches for a game-high 101 yards, topping triple digitsfor the third time in his career. Russell also reeled in a 41-yard TD receptionin the third quarter.

 

  • Junior PK JeremiahDetmer tied his career high with three field goals. Detmer converted a 24-yardfield goal in the first quarter, as well as a 46-yarder and a 41-yarder in thesecond. He also made three field goals against Wyoming (Sept. 8, 2012) andCincinnati (Oct. 20, 2012). Detmer has now made 22-consecutive field goals,dating back to last season. The school history is 23 consecutive field goals byAlex Steigerwald in 2007-08.

 

  • Jeremiah Detmer alsopunted for the first time as a collegiate, averaging 30.0 yards on three kicks.

 

  • Junior LB JuniorSylvestre led the defense with a career-high 13 tackles. Sylvestre's previouscareer high was 11 stops at Florida last Saturday.

 

  • Senior QB Terrance Owenscompleted 26-of-41 passes for 262 yards and one TD. Owens was also creditedwith a four-yard TD run in the second quarter. It was UT's first TD of theseason.

 

  • Sophomore LB ChaseMurdock finished with a collegiate-best 12 stops, including a sack in secondquarter. Murdock's previous career high was nine tackles at Florida lastSaturday.

 

  • Senior DE JayroneElliott recorded a sack in the second consecutive game, tallying a stop behindthe line of scrimmage in first quarter. Elliott finished with five tackles.

  • Sophomore DL Chris Collins was credited with his first collegiate sack in firstperiod. Collins totaled two stops in the contest.

  • Freshman DB Jordan Martin picked off his first collegiate pass in the secondquarter. Martin finished with three tackles.

  • Redshirt freshman DL Treyvon Hester registered his first collegiate sack insecond period. Hester finished with three stops.
  • Junior CB Cameron Colemade his first collegiate start and finished with four tackles.

  • UT scored on its opening possession in today's contest, converting a 24-yardfield goal by junior PK Jeremiah Detmer. 

 

  • Toledo's captains fortoday's game were senior WR Bernard Reedy, senior QB Terrance Owens, senior DEChristian Smith, senior SS Ross Madison and senior OL Zac Kerin.
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