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November 1, 2013

Defense Led 2013 Rams

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Robinson returned 17 kickoffs to lead the team with 371 yards (21.8 avg). His longest was 59 yards.

Quarterback Lucas Duckett had 1139 yards from scrimmage, all but 30 from passing, 11 TDs. Other than Duckett, Hendryx had a team-high 412 yards from scrimmage (237 rushing, 175 receiving) and six TDs. Fox had 273 yards from scrimmage (269 passing, 14 rushing), 2 TDs.

Other than Duckett, Robinson had the most all-purpose yards from rushing, receiving, and return yardage (592 yards), 1 TD. Hendryx had 523 yards and Finley had 495 yards.

2013 Ram Stats

Team Stats: OFFENSE 1901, 20 TDs; RUSHING 292 for 755 yards, 11 TDs; PASSING 91 of 187, 1146 yards, 9 TDs; 1st Downs 91; PENALTIES 45 for 376 yards; Fumbles (Lost 10, Recovered 12); INTs (Lost 8, Picked 6)

Individual Stats: RUSHING Hendryx 46 for 237 yds (5.2 avg) 4 TDs; Robinson 45 for 208 yds (4.6 avg), 1 TD; Patch 51 for 155 yds (3.0 avg), 2 TDs; Peterson 21 for 114 (5.4 avg), TD; Duckett 100 for 30 yds (.3 avg), 2 TDs; Chase Jackson 17 for 28 yds (1.6 avg), TD; Fox 2 for 14 yds (7.0 avg); Zach Williams 1 for 13 yds; Finley 1 for 3 yds (3.0 yds); Garrett Brachbill 1 for 2 yds 92.0 avg); PASSING Duckett 91 of 187 (51%), 1109 yds, 9 TDs, 8 INTs; Fox 1-for-5 37 yds (20%); Hendryx 0-for-1; RECEIVING 20 for 269 yds (13.5 avg), 2 TDs; McConnell 22 for 244 yds (11.1 avg), 2 TDs; Hendryx 10 for 175 yds (17.5 avg), 2 TDs; Patch 12 for 135 yds (10.4 avg), TD; Wade 6 for 114 yds (19.0 avg), 2 TDs; Peterson 4 for 70 yds (17.5 avg); Finley 6 for 67 yds (11.2 avg); Hudson 3 for 36 yds (12.0 avg); White 2 for 18 yds (9.0 avg); Robinson 5 for 13yds (2.6 avg); Robbie Boarman 1 for 5 yds 95.0 avg); TACKLES White 71 (38 solo/33 assists), 5 for loss; Hudson 70 (45/25), 7 for loss; Finley 52 (37/15), 9 for loss; Robinson 50 (38/12), 2 for loss; Ulrich 23 (15/8), 7 for loss; Duckett 23 (15/8), 1 for loss; Elliott Smithson 22 (13/9), 3 for loss; Patch 22 (12/10), 2 for loss; Fox 21 (15/6), 2 for loss; Andrew Mudgette 21 (12/9), 2 for loss; Caleb Cloe 20 (11/9), 2 for loss; McConnell 20 (12/8), 1 for loss; Zach Williams 20 (16/4); Kennell 15 (14/1), 3 for loss; Ferguson 14 (10/4), 1 for loss; Ben Houska 11 (5/6), 1 for loss; Jackson 10 (6/4); Hendryx 5 (4/1); Peterson 5 (3/2); Noah Applegate 2 (2/0); Cwenton Williams 1 (1/0); Jordan Smith 1 (1/0); Wade 1 (1/0); INTs Fox 2 for 31 yds; Finley 1 for 0 yds; Robinson for 25 yd, TD; Z. Williams 1 for 29 yds; Jackson 1 for 2 yds; FORCED FUMBLES Duckett, Smithson, Patch, Mudgette, McConnell; FUMBLE RECOVERIES White 2, Hudson 2, McConnell 2, Robinson, Duckett, Cloe, Kennell, Ferguson, Applegate; BLOCKED KICKS White, Patch, Kennell, Ferguson; PUNTS Fox 43 for 1473 yds (34.3 avg); PUNT RETURNS Finley 13 for 212 yds (16.3 avg), TD; Peterson 2 for 33 yds (16.5 avg); Hudson 2 for 21 yds (10.5 avg); XT PTS Patch 10 of 15; KICKOFFS Patch 31 for 1184 yds (38.2 avg); KICK RETURNS Robinson 17 for 371 yds (21.8 avg); Finley 11 for 213 yds (19.4 avg); Hendryx 7 for 111 yds (15.9 avg); Jackson 5 for 68 yds (13.6 avg); Z. Williams 1 for 8 yds (8 avg).

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