Post-Game Notes: Charlotte at #3/#6 Coastal Carolina; Nov. 2, 2013
#3/#6 Coastal Carolina 50 Charlotte 25
With 501 yards of total offense, Charlotte put up over 500 yards for the 4th time this season.
This was the second time in four games against ranked opponents that the 49ers put up over 500 yards.
The 49ers went 1-3 against FCS ranked opponents.
Charlotte had a season high of 281 yards rushing, the most yards allowed by Coastal Carolina, this season.
Coastal Carolina put up an opponent’s record 621 yards of total offense, including an opponent high of 384 yards rushing.
With 132 yards on the ground, Kalif Phillips became the first 100-yard rusher in 49ers history.
Phillips also had a season-long run of 33 yards in the Coastal game.
The 49ers matched their season-high with 3 rushing TDs (Barnwell, Johnson, Phillips)
This was the first game the 49ers, ranked second in the FCS in takeaways going into the game, did not force a turnover.
Mikel Hunter led the 49ers for the second time this season, with 89 receiving yards
Coastal Carolina had two 100-yard rushers – the first time Charlotte had allowed a pair of 100-yard rushers.
Charlotte has allowed five 100-yard rushers – all five came in games against ranked FCS opponents.
Matt Johnson rushed for over 50 yards for the third time – all three came against FCS ranked opponents (51, James Madison; 73, Gardner-Webb; 51 vs. Coastal Carolina)
Larry Ogunjobi had the 49ers lone sack and two of the 49ers three tackles for loss. He now shares the team lead with 2.0 sacks and is second on the team with 8.0 TFL.
The 49ers have had only four red-zone turnovers and they came in just 2 games: 2 in the loss to NC Central and 2 in loss to Coastal
FCS National Ranks (of 122 teams) thru week 10:
Team: 2nd in fumbles recovered, 14
3rd in turnovers forced (takeaways), 25
12th in fewest sacks allowed, 0.78
15th in first downs, 215
15th in team tackles for loss, 7.3 tfl
20th in Interceptions, 11
21st in total offense: 444.6/gm
25th in passing offense: 257.7/gm
Individual: 12th in passing touchdowns: Matt Johnson, 19
16th in total offense: Matt Johnson, 285.4
18th in passing yards/game: Matt Johnson, 251.4
18th in passing yards: Matt Johnson, 2,263 yards
20th in completions/game: Matt Johnson, 21.11
22nd in points responsible for: Matt Johnson, 126
15th in fumbles forced: Caleb Clayton-Molby, 0.38
18th in fumbles recovered: Caleb Clayton-Molby, 0.38
29th in Receptions/game: Austin Duke, 5.8
Martay Mattox leads the 49ers with 73 tackles, after a game-high 11 at Coastal Carolina
Kalif Phillips cleared the 500 yard rushing mark for the season and leads the team with 537 yards.
Austin Duke has surpassed 600 yards receiving, with 601.
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