WMU vs. UMass Post-Game Notes

Pre-Game:

-WMU won the opening coin toss and deferred until the second half. This is the 89th Homecoming Game.

-WMU is playing Umass for the first time ever.

-Jaime Wilson currently leads all freshman in the country in receptions per game, yards per game, total yards and total catches.

-Umass posted a season-high 511 total offensive yards last week vs. Ohio.

-With a 23.3 yard average on kick returns, Umass ranks 3rd among MAC teams.

-J. Schroeder was named National Punter of the Week by the College Performance Awards after registering third best single-game punt average (51.0).

-WMU is 5-2 in Homecoming games under Bill Cubit.

-WMU outscores opponent on homecoming 216-160.

-This is the first time WMU is wearing black jerseys and white pants.

-Kevin Galeher and Freddie Bishop are game captains.

First Quarter:

-Kyle Lark gets first career start at linebacker.

-Demetrius Pettway gets first start of the season.

-James Kristof getting first career start.

-Antoin Scriven makes 12-yard reception for longest of season.

-J.Schroeder 82-yard punt is career-long. Four yards of the WMU record.

-Antoin Scriven makes 19-yard reception for career-long.

-Scriven's 31 receiving yards is a career high.

-Dareyon Chance has career-high 32 yard reception

-First completion to a wide receiver came with 19 seconds left in the first quarter.

-WMU leads Umass 7-0.

Second Quarter:

-Justin Collins scores first career touchdown.

-First career fumble recovery for Jarrel McKinney

-38-yard completion is season-high for Tyler VanTubbergen.

-All three touchdown drives have been under three minutes.

-Nine scoring drives this season for WMU under two minutes.

-Michael Butler making career debut.

-Collegiate debut for Demetris Ates

-66-yard run by Josh Schaffer is longest career play from scrimmage.

-Antoin Scriven longest career touchdown of two yards.

-Freddie Bishop earns first sack of the season.

-Flenard Whitefield making his collegiate football debut

-Nine different Broncos have caught the ball

-WMU leads Umass 28-7.

Third Quarter:

-Antoin Scriven's first receiving touchdown of the season.

-Scriven has career high four receptions.

-Vicksburg native Jesse Boulnemour makes collegiate debut.

-Tyler VanTubbergen throws fifth touchdown of game to Jaime Wilson.

-21 points by WMU is most scored in third quarter this season.

-First career rushing touchdown for VanTubbergen.

-Fourth drive of 99 yards in WMU history and first since 2010 against Kent State.

-71 rushing yards for Brian Fields is season-high.

-Scriven has career high six receptions.

-Freddie Bishop ties career high with eight tackles.

-WMU leads UMass 49-7.

Fourth Quarter:

-Zach Wynn making collegiate debut at quarterback

-Kyle Lark has five tackles which is a season-high and ties a career-high.

-Travonte Boles has three tackles for loss, which is a career-high.

-19-yard run by Scriven is a career-high.

-12th time in WMU history someone has thrown for five or more touchdowns.

-First career interception by Ronald Zamort.

-The second punt of the day came with 4:06 left in the fourth quarter.

-J. Schroeder 66.0 per punt average is a single game WMU record which broke Jim Klapthor 52.6 per punt average against Bowling Green on Oct. 4, 1986.

-WMU wins 52-14.

Post-Game:

-The next home game is October, 27 against Northern Illinois. Coach Cubit is now 6-2 in Homecoming Games.

-52 points ties for the most points WMU has scored this season. (Eastern Illinois).

-Seven career-high's set during the game.

-WMU has 32 first downs and 551 total offensive yards.

-VanTubbergen 283 passing yards is a career high.

-Devon Brant had a career high 11 tackles.

-Freddie Bishop ties career high in sacks with 1.5.

-71 yards for Brian Fields is a season high.

-Dareyon Chance sets a career-high with two rushing touchdowns.

-268 total rushing yards is most WMU has had this season.

-WMU will go on the road for the next two games against Ball State and Kent State.