|The Point After: #24 CSU 36 Charlotte14|
Post-Game Notes: Charlotte at T#24/RV Charleston Southern; Oct. 26, 2013
T#24/RV Charleston Southern 36 Charlotte 14
49ers 4-4 Record includes 1-2 mark vs. FCS nationally-ranked teams
Charlotte is 1-2 in road games with two road games remaining.
Freshman Kalif Phillips scored both 49ers touchdowns to give him a team-high 7 touchdowns, this season
Charlotte’s first TD came on a 5-play, 65-yard drive of 1:19. It is the 49ers 12th TD drive of 1:30 or less.
Charlotte trailed by nine points, 23-14, with seven minutes to play but CSU converted two late turnovers into touchdowns to pull away.
Charlotte won the turnover battle, 3-2, but CSU scored 14 points off the two turnovers while Charlotte scored none.
CSU’s 548 yards of total offense are the most the 49ers have allowed this season.
CSU’s 375 yards rushing are the most the 49ers have allowed this season, including an individual high of 181 by Christian Reyes
Trent Bostick made four catches for 114 yards, his high this season. It is the third straight week a 49er had 100+ rec. yds.
Austin Duke had a 22-yard punt return – the longest for the 49ers this season.
LBs Nico Alcalde and Mark Hogan led the 49ers with 8 tackles. That was the first game that Alcalde led the 49ers in tackles and the second time for Hogan.
Alcalde added 3 TFL (matching 49ers season-high), 1 FF and 1 fumble recovery
LB Tyler Destefani made his debut following preseason surgery on a torn tendon in his finger and made 3 tackles.
DE Mark Pettit recorded the 49ers lone sack among Charlotte’s 8 tackles for loss
FCS National Ranks (of 122 teams) thru week 9:
Team: 1st in fumbles recovered, 14
2nd in turnovers forced (takeaways), 25
9th in team tackles for loss, 7.9 tfl
11th in fewest sacks allowed, 0.75
13th in Interceptions, 11
19th in first downs, 185
22nd in passing offense: 262.4/game
25th in Turnover margin, 0.6
Individual: 9th in passing touchdowns: Matt Johnson, 19
14th in total offense: Matt Johnson, 287.3
16th in passing yards/game: Matt Johnson, 255.4
17th in fumbles forced: Caleb Clayton-Molby, 0.43
18th in passing yards: Matt Johnson, 2,043 yards
19th in completions/game: Matt Johnson, 21.63
25th in Receiving touchdowns: Austin Duke, 6
25th in Interceptions: Terrance Winchester, 0.4
QB Matt Johnson has passed 2,000 passing yard (2,043)
SR Austin Duke (561) and WR Trent Bostick (528) have both surpassed 500 receiving yards
Micah Bryan had led the 49ers in tackles a team-high three times; Martay Mattox, Terry Caldwell and Mark Hogan twice