Post-Game Notes: Charlotte vs. #13/#14 UNC Pembroke; Oct. 12, 2013
#13/#14 UNC Pembroke 45 Charlotte 22
The 49ers lose in their first football Homecoming Game
#13/#14 UNC Pembroke was ranked in the AFCA Div. II and the D2football.com polls.
The 45 points allowed is the most the 49ers have allowed in a loss
The 22 points scored is the most the 49ers have scored in a loss
UNC Pembroke (+3) is just the second team (NCCU, +4) to win the turnover battle against the 49ers
UNC Pembroke (403) is the second straight team (GWU, 416) to pass for over 400 yards.
Three of the last four opponents have piled up over 500 yards of total offense
Opponents have scored on their opening offensive drive in each of the last four games
SR Austin Duke (season-high 128 yds) became the 49ers second straight 100-yd receiver (Bostick, 107 vs GWU)
CB Terrance Winchester pulled in his team-leading third interception
QB Matt Johnson threw for at least three touchdowns for the third straight week
H C.J. Crawford caught a 49ers-record two TD passes for the second straight week
ILB Micah Bryan led the 49ers with 13 tackles.
ILB Micah Bryan matched the season-high of 10 solo tackles, set last week by Caleb Clayton-Molby vs. GWU.
DE Brandon Banks and LB Justin Bridges-Thompson both recorded their first sack of the season
The 49ers converted their second two-point conversion of the year
FCS National Ranks (of 122 teams) thru week 7:
Team: 1st in fumbles recovered, 12
1st in turnovers forced (takeaways), 23
4th in first downs, 171
5th in Interceptions, 11
11th in fewest sacks allowed, 0.71
12th in team tackles for loss, 7.9 tfl
21st in total offense: 456.4/game
Individual: 3rd in passing touchdowns: Matt Johnson, 19
3rd in fumbles forced: Caleb Clayton-Molby, 0.50
7th in fumbles recovered: Caleb Clayton-Molby, 0.50
8th in solo tackles: Micah Bryan, 6.3
10th in Receiving touchdowns: Austin Duke, 6
10th in passing yards: Matt Johnson, 1860 yards
12th in completions/game: Matt Johnson, 22.43
18th in passing yards/game: Matt Johnson, 265.7
22nd in passing efficiency: Matt Johnson, 146.3
QB Matt Johnson has thrown more than one INT in a game only once this year
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