Chattanooga Football Postgame Notes
Chattanooga at Jacksonville State
Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium - Jacksonville, Ala.
Sept. 8, 2012
- Mocs fall to 0-2 on the season with a 27-24 loss at No. 24 Jacksonville State. JSU's Griffin Thomas kicked a 37-yard field goal as time expired for the win.
- UTC leads the series 26-11 and is 6-5 all time at JSU.
- The Mocs are 5-12 when trailing at the half and 3-14 when trailing after three quarters in the Huesman era.
- QB Jacob Huesman's fumble in the first quarter was the Mocs' first turnover of the season.
- Chattanooga outrushed Jax State 241 to 216...it is just the third loss for UTC when outrushing an opponent in the Huesman era (12-3).
- After getting flagged 11 times for 95 yards in the season opener at USF, Chattanooga was not called for any penalties in tonight's game.
Wes Dothard (Jr. - LB) - Buck Buchanan Award Candidate
- Three tackles, including one for loss.
- Forced a fumble.
Shane Heatherly (Sr. - LB)
- First career-sack.
- Finished with seven tackles.
Tommy Hudson (So. - WR)
- Career-highs with six catches for 34 yards.
Jacob Huesman (Fr. - QB)
- 21 carries for 166 yards rushing and one TD.
- Most rushing yards by a Moc since Bryan Fitzgerald had 181 at
Presbyterian on Sept. 19, 2009.
- 2nd most rushing yards by a QB in school history.
(197 - Richard Manning at Ole Miss on Nov. 9, 1968).
- 2nd most rushing yards by a freshman in school history.
(202 - James Roberts at ETSU - 10/14/89)
- 62-yard run on the first play from scrimmage is the longest rush by a Moc
since Brian Sutherland's 62-yard run against Appalachian State on 9/4/10.
- 18-30 passing for 181 yards and two TDs.
- 347 yards of total offense is the most by a Moc since B.J. Coleman had
428 (432 pass/-4 rush) at Furman on Oct. 23, 2010.
D.J. Key (Jr. - DB)
- Game-high 10 tackles.
Gunner Miller (Jr. - LB)
- Second career INT...returned 25 yards.
- Finished with four tackles.
Chaz Moore (Jr. - DB)
- Career-long 48-yard kick return.
Ron Moore (So. - WR)
- Career-highs with four catches for 55 yards.
- Third career TD catch.
Keon Williams (So. - RB)
- 51 yards rushing on 19 carries.
- Two-point conversion to tie the game at 24 with 39 seconds left.