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As of September 9th:
Joel Hale started at nose guard for the Ohio State football team in a 40-20 win against Buffalo and assisted on two tackles.
Sean Egenolf started at right tackle for the Marian football team in a season opening 23-0 win against Kentucky Wesleyan.
Indiana football player Nick Stoner caught a 40 yard touchdown pass in a 73-35 defeat of Indiana State. The Sycamores’ Tanner Riley caught two passes for 15 yards and returned three kickoffs for 64 yards.
Bryce Krebs, a starting defensive tackle for the Eastern Kentucky football team in a 38-6 defeat of Robert Morris, blocked a field goal try and assisted on one tackle.
Starting nose guard Joel Cox assisted on two tackles for the Ball State football team in a 51-28 win against Illinois State. Garrett Mack was the Cardinals’ long snapper.
Mario Swann played for Eastern Michigan in a 34-24 football win against Howard.
Andrew Gudeman saw action for the Miami football team in a 52-14 loss to Marshall.
Spencer Weeks played for the Dayton football team in a 28-10 loss to Youngstown.
As of December 27th:
Ball State football player Joel Cox saw action for he Cardinals in the Beef OBradys Bowl in St. Petersburg, Florida. Ball State (9-4) lost 38-17 to Central Florida.
As of December 6th:
Marian football player Sean Egenolf received honorable mention on the all Mid-States Football Association Mideast League team.
As of November 21st:
Joel Cox assisted on two tackles for the Ball State football team (8-3, 5-2) in a 52-27 win against Ohio University.
As of November 14, 2012:
Sean Brooks assisted on one tackle for the Anderson football team (0-10) in a 38-0 loss to Manchester.
As of November 6th:
Jordan Luallen carried the ball six times for 32 yards and completed his only pass for 14 yards in 6-2 Cincinnati's 35-24 football win against Syracuse.
As of October 31, 2012
Mark Riffle has been starting at left guard for the Wabash College football team this entire season. Wabash is 7-1 and ranked 10th nationally in DIII football standings.
Joel Cox had one solo tackle and two assists for the Ball State football team (6-3) in a 30-22 win against Army.
Starting defensive tackle Bryce Krebs assisted on five tackles for the Eastern Kentucky football team (6-3) in a 24-7 loss to Eastern Illinois.
Mike Wood averaged 59.2 yards on six kickoffs for Franklin’s football team (6-2, 6-0) in a 35-14 win against Defiance.
Nick Stoner caught one pass for 15 yards for the Indiana football team (3-5, 1-3) in a 31-17 defeat of Illinois.
Luke Swift caught one pass for 14 yards for the Miami football team in a 23-20 defeat of No. 24 Ohio University. Andrew Gudeman also saw action for the Red Hawks.
Sean Brooks had one solo tackle for the Anderson football team (0-8) in a 13-0 loss to Bluffton.
As of October 24, 2012
Nick Stoner caught two passes for 19 yards for the Indiana football team (2-5) in a 31-30 loss to Navy.
Mike Wood averaged 61.4 yards on nine kickoffs in 5-2 Franklins 56-0 football win against Rose-Hulman. Brooks Bemis again started at right tackle for the Grizzlies.
Bryce Krebs assisted in one tackle for the Eastern Kentucky football team (6-2) in a 42-28 win against Tennessee Tech.
Joel Cox blocked a Central Michigan extra point try in Ball States 41-30 football win. The Cardinals are 5-3, 3-2.
Sean Brooks had one solo tackle, a sack, for the Anderson football team (0-7, 0-5) in a 21-19 loss to Earlham.
Joel Hale assisted on two tackles for the Ohio State football team (8-0, 4-0) in a 29-22 overtime win against Purdue.
In Southern Illinois 38-21 football win against Youngstown, Blake Miller had one solo tackle and one assist. The Salukis are 5-3, 4-1.
Indiana States football team (6-2, 4-1) defeated Western Illinois 23 7. Tanner Riley caught one pass for 16 yards and returned three punts for minus seven yards.
Sean Egenolf continues to start at right tackle for the undefeated and NAIA top ranked Marian football team (7-0, 4-0). The Knights defeated Concordia 59-7.
As of October 10th, 2012
Missouri State took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter against Indiana State's football team; but Tanner Riley, a Center Grove graduate, took the ensuing kickoff and returned it 93 yards for the tying touchdown. The Sycamores (4-2, 2-1) went on to win 31-17. The junior caught one pass for seven yards, assisted on a tackle, and threw an incomplete pass. Teammate Justin Wood assisted on one tackle.
Nick Stoner caught one pass for nine yards and returned three punts four yards for Indiana’s football team (2-3, 0-2) in a 31-27 loss to Michigan State.
Joel Hale assisted on one tackle for the Ohio State football team (6-0) in a 63-38 win against Nebraska.
Blake Miller assisted on two tackles, one a sack, for the Southern Illinois football team (3-3) in a 17-0 win against Illinois State.
In 3-2 Franklin’s 38-0 football win against Mount St. Joseph, Mike Wood averaged 59.8 yards on six kickoffs.
Eastern Kentucky’s football team (4-2) lost 23-20 to undefeated Tennessee State. Bryce Krebs had three solo tackles, one for a loss.
Jordan Luallen saw his first action of the season for the Cincinnati football team in a 52-14 win against Miami. Although listed on the Bearcat roster as a linebacker, the redshirt junior played quarterback and carried the ball twice for eight yards. Miami’s Luke Swift caught five passes for 67 yards, with a long of 31.
Joel Cox assisted on three tackles for the Ball State football team (3-3) in a 35-23 loss to Northern Illinois. Garrett Mack was the Cardinals’ long snapper.
Sean Brooks assisted on one tackle for the Anderson football team (0-5) in a 54-14 loss to Hanover.
As of October 4, 2012
Miami's Luke Swift scored the Re Hawks' first touchdown on a 35 yard pass play in a 56-49 win against Akron. He finished with three catches for 52 yards. Andrew Gudeman also played for Miami (3-2, 2-0).
Blake Miller assisted on four tackles and broke up one pass for the Southern Illinois football team (2-3, 1-1) in a 24-3 loss to Indiana State. The 3-2 Sycamores' Tanner Riley caught six passes for 40 yards and one touchdown, returned a punt eight yards, and assisted on one tackle.
Tyler Mills assisted on one tackle for the Taylor football team (2-3) in a 28-14 loss to Siena Heights.
Joel Hale had one quarterback hurry for the Ohio State football team (5-0) in a 17-16 win against Michigan State.
Nick Stoner had two solo tackles for the Indiana football team (2-2) in a 44-29 loss to Northwestern.
Starting defensive tackle Bryce Krebs assisted on a tackle for a two yard loss for the Eastern Kentucky football team (4-1) in a 28-16 defeat of Tennessee-Martin.
As of September 27, 2012
The Anderson football team (0-4) lost 30-7 to Defiance. Clayton Hunter had one solo tackle and two assists for the Ravens.
Joel Cox assisted on one tackle for the Ball State football team (3-1) in its second consecutive win against a BCS school, a 31-27 defeat of South Florida. Garrett Mack also saw action for the Cardinals.
Bryce Krebs had one solo tackle for the Eastern Kentucky football team (3-1) in a 51-21 win against Jacksonville State.
In 2-2 Indiana States 24-10 football loss to South Dakota State, Tanner Riley caught four passes for 44 yards and returned two punts 32 yards. Justin Wood started at right guard for the Sycamores.
Joel Hale assisted on one tackle for the Ohio State football team (4-0) in a 29-15 win against Alabama-Birmingham.
The Southern Illinois football team (2-2) won 14-6 against Missouri State. Blake Miller had two solo tackles (one a 12 yard sack), and one assist for the Salukis.
Mike Wood averaged 57.8 yards on five kickoffs for Franklins football team (2-2) in a 70-20 win against Earlham.