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Sophomore Todd Mills
 
Sophomore Todd Mills
 

Oct. 16, 2004

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  • The victory extended Duquesne's MAAC Football League win streak to 31 games ... it is the longest active conference win streak in NCAA Divisions I-A and I-AA ... DU has not lost a conference game since October 23, 1999 ... the victory also extended Duquesne's series advantage to 11-0 over Saint Peter's

  • The Dukes rushed for 252 yards, giving them 501 yards on the ground in their two MAAC wins this season (DU rushed for 249 yards vs. Iona last week)

  • Sophomore tailback James Jacobs (Norristown, Pa. / Downingtown) carried 16 times for 125 yards (7.8 ypc.) to lead the Dukes ... he scored on runs of 1 and 19 yards, giving him five rushing TDs in DU's last two games ... it was the second 100-yard game of his career

  • Fellow sophomore Jeremy McCullough (Bethlehem, Pa. / Wyoming Seminary) ran for 97 yards on a career-high 26 carries

  • Sophomore safety Todd Mills (South Bethlehem, Pa. / Freedom) led the Dukes with a career-high 11 tackles (5 solo) ... he also broke up a pass

  • Junior linebacker Javonn Bradley (Rochester, Pa. / Rochester) finished with 7 tackles including a game-high 3.0 tackles for loss ... Bradley, who returned an interception 68 yards to the one-yard line last season vs. Saint Peter's, picked off a third quarter pass and took it 29 yards for a score to put Duquesne up 27-8

  • DU enjoyed a 19-9 edge in first downs and outgained Saint Peter's 340-220 on the afternoon

  • Wide receiver Michel Warfield (Oxon Hill, Md. / Bishop McNamara) (shoulder), and defensive back Armar Watson (Forrestville, Md. / Suitland) (leg) both did not suit up for the game due to injuies ... Watson's injury ended a streak of 28 consecutive starts
     

     

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