David Adamovage, Director of Sports Communications
CARLILE, Pennsylvania – Dickinson Football will go in search of their first win in the 2022 campaign on Saturday afternoon as they try to hold onto the “Little Brown Bucket” when the red and white visit rival Gettysburg College to celebrate their centenary. Facing the conference.
Location: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania | Shirk Stadium at Mosselman Stadium
Departure: 1 p.m.
Records: Red Devils (0-2, 0-1 C) | Gettysburg (0-2, 0-1 Celsius)
Coach: Dickinson Brad Fordyce (Season 6, 16-26) | Gettysburg – Morris Banks (season 2, 1-11)
Last game: Devils 34-3 at Carlisle last season on September 18, 2021
Media links: Live video | Live stats
The Little Brown Bucket fight has been a mainstay of the Red Devils and lead rivalry since 1938. The Reds and Whites have a 29-22-1 advantage in the showdown, including winning the last five of the series.
Inside the demons’ den
Summary of last week
Red and White traveled to Allentown for a game against then 18th Muhlenberg College in the opening centenary conference for both sides. The Demons were down 10-0 after one, before before the ball Fell at home on the first drive from the second. However, Mules scored 17 straight points to lead 27-7 in the first half. Dickinson added two second-half goals in the second TD dash of the game and 36 yards to hit Nikos Kovanis From Rocco Derico to determine the final.
Red and White had two men appearing below the center on Saturday with Mayonna Matt He made his first college team start by going 8-17 in the air for 64 yards. He also added a 13-yard high team lunge for 29 yards. Derico took the final command of the DC game completing just one pass that was 36 yards out.
The most important goals
Four players pulled passes on Saturday led by Princeton Douglas And the Bobby Marche Who each caught three balls for 52 yards. Devlin McCall It broke in two fists at twelve yards, while Covans made his only catch at 36 yards. for this season, Bryce Peterson Djemaa El Fna is the main square for red and white that accounts for 64 yards and one drop.
The Five Devils participated in the ground game Saturday as the ball scored 59 yards for the team at a height of nine stands with two TDs. Derico ran once for seven, while Douglas added five thanks to three touchdowns. Adam Smith He also rode the boulder once, but suffered a loss of six yards. For the year, the ball crossed the century mark with a total of 116 yards in 27 rushes.
The defense is strong
Red and White currently have the third best defense in the Centennial Conference, allowing only 332.5 yards and 24.0 points for the opponent which is impressive considering the two opponents Carlisle’s men have faced thus far. She was leading the way for the defensive unit last week Chris Clem Who scored 11 interventions (eight solo) and two stops to lose. Tanner Long He added eight interventions, while kyun eddy He made seven solo stops. Jeremy ReedAnd the Alex SolinAnd the Ellis Tompkins Each represents six processors. Neville Krueger And the Justin Rocha Both had a handle on the loss. Long and Tompkins cause a spin by recording an intercept, while Alexander Zivanovic He added a pair of pass breakups.
Gettysburg entered the match 0-2 on aggregate and 0-1 in the Centennial Conference after losing the game to Bridgewater (29-14) and Moravia (43-28). The lead earned yards through the air and on the ground against greyhounds this past weekend for a total of 381 yards (215 passes, 166 lunges). Gettysburg was mostly accomplished with a third defeat with Orange and Blue scoring 2-11, while Moravia was 10-17. Rocco Abdelnour was the attacking leader with 24 throws (13 completed) for 203 yards with two touchdowns and one pick. His favorite targets were Aidan Feulner Teddy Girton, and Nick Riggio each had three catches for 77 yards. Jake Fresco and Ryan McAndrew also added several catches for 16 and 60 yards, respectively. Six players carried the ball for the lead and Abdelnour was leading the way with seven campaigns for 50 yards. Sebastian Gibbs and Peter Schilling carried the ball four times for 85 yards. The Gettysburg defense made life harsh on the Hounds’ attack, recording seven tackles for a calculated loss of 28 yards. Individually, Chris Lissel and Josh Williams each had nine stops to lead the team. The lead trio had six tackles each (Melvin Perez, Chris Singleton Jr., Liam Vailante), including two bags.
Points per match – DC (14.0) | GC (21.0)
Points allowed per game – DC (24.0) | GC (36.0)
Rushing Yards Per Game – DC (71.5) | GC (160.0)
Passing Yards Per Game – DC (121.0) | GC (223.0)
Total Offenses Per Match – DC (192.5) | GC (383.0)
Total Defense Per Match – DC (332.5) | GC (464.0)
Penalty yards per game – DC (69.5) | GC (72.0)
Possession Time – DC (26:26) | GC (27:14)
About this week’s centenary
Muhlenberg in Ursinus – 12pm (Collegeville, Pa.)
RED DEVILS in Gettysburg – 1 p.m. (Gettysburg, PA)
Juniata at Johns Hopkins – 1 p.m. (Selinggrove, PA)
Franklin and Marshall at McDaniel – 1pm (Westminster, Md.)
Moravia in Susquehanna – 1 p.m. (Selinggrove, PA)