Purdue 56, Minnesota 21

Box Score (Final) Minnesota vs Purdue (Oct 03, 1998 at West Lafayette, IN)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score ----------------- -- -- -- -- ----- Minnesota........... 0 7 7 7 - 21 Record: (3-1,0-1) Purdue.............. 21 14 21 0 - 56 Record: (3-2,1-0)

Scoring Summary:

1st 10:58 PU - J. Crabtree 9 yd run (Travis Dorsch kick), 7 plays, 93 yards, TOP 1:51, MN 0 - PU 7 07:02 PU - Randall Lane 46 yd pass from Drew Brees (Travis Dorsch kick), 4 plays, 80 yards, TOP 2:00, MN 0 - PU 14 00:38 PU - Bryan Gaudin 21 yd pass from Drew Brees (Travis Dorsch kick), 9 plays, 68 yards, TOP 4:19, MN 0 - PU 21 2nd 08:41 PU - V. Sutherland 10 yd pass from Drew Brees (Travis Dorsch kick), 10 plays, 71 yards, TOP 5:13, MN 0 - PU 28 04:40 MN - Ron Johnson 7 yd pass from Billy Cockerham (Adam Bailey kick), 9 plays, 73 yards, TOP 4:01, MN 7 - PU 28 00:51 PU - Chris Daniels 26 yd pass from Drew Brees (Travis Dorsch kick), 5 plays, 78 yards, TOP 0:34, MN 7 - PU 35 3rd 11:11 PU - Chris Daniels 2 yd pass from Drew Brees (Travis Dorsch kick), 9 plays, 72 yards, TOP 3:49, MN 7 - PU 42 09:29 PU - Bryan Gaudin 10 yd pass from Drew Brees (Travis Dorsch kick), 4 plays, 31 yards, TOP 1:42, MN 7 - PU 49 07:03 MN - Luke Leverson 52 yd pass from Ryan Keller (Adam Bailey kick), 5 plays, 68 yards, TOP 2:26, MN 14 - PU 49 02:20 PU - Dondre Johnson 1 yd run (Travis Dorsch kick), 9 plays, 66 yards, TOP 4:43, MN 14 - PU 56 4th 14:45 MN - Luke Leverson 5 yd pass from Andy Persby (Adam Bailey kick), 10 plays, 78 yards, TOP 2:35, MN 21 - PU 56

MN PU FIRST DOWNS................... 16 33 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 32-96 38-88 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 225 604 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 28-14-0 43-35-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 60-321 81-692 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards............ 1-6 3-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 8-79 4-148 Interception Returns-Yards.... 0-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 7-41.3 3-32.0 Fumbles-Lost.................. 2-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards............... 6-35 13-107 Possession Time............... 22:09 37:51 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 1-5 3-12

RUSHING: Minnesota-Thomas Hamner 16-63, Andy Persby 3-21, Billy Cockerham 12-9, Byron Evans 1-3. Purdue-Dondre Johnson 11-35, J. Crabtree 12-32, Eric Haddad 5-12, V. Sutherland 1-4, David Edgerton 8-3, Drew Brees 1-2.

PASSING: Minnesota-Andy Persby 8-16-0-102, Billy Cockerham 5-11-0-71, Ryan Keller 1-1-0-52. Purdue-Drew Brees 31-36-0-522, David Edgerton 4-7-0-82.

RECEIVING: Minnesota-Luke Leverson 5-110, Ron Johnson 3-48, Thomas Hamner 2-9, Jermaine Mays 1-26, Byron Evans 1-24, Ryan Keller 1-5, Arland Bruce 1-3. Purdue-Randall Lane 6-137, Bryan Gaudin 6-133, Chris Daniels 6-74, Cliff Jackson 4-101, A.T. Simpson 4-44, Bryan Jacquay 3-57, V. Sutherland 2-19, Tim Stratton 2-15, Carl Buergler 1-19, Chris Randolph 1-5.

INTERCEPTIONS: Minnesota-None. Purdue-None.

Stadium: Ross-Ade Stadium Attendance: 56809 Kickoff time: 1:00 End of Game: 4:03 Total elapsed time: 3:03 Officials: Temperature: 51 Wind: ENE 15 Weather: Drizzle

Minnesota vs Purdue (Oct 03, 1998 at West Lafayette, IN)

SACKS (UA-A): Minnesota-Tyrone Carter 1-0. Purdue-Rosevelt Colvin 1-0, Chukie Nwokorie 1-0, Willie Fells 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Minnesota-Tyrone Carter 16-2, Keith Dimmy 8-3, Curtese Poole 4-5, Rufus Smith 6-2, W. Middlebrooks 6-1, Mike Harden 5-1, Sean Hoffman 4-2, Parc Williams 4-1, Trevis Graham 4-1, Antoine Richard 2-3, John Schlecht 2-2, Craig Scruggs 2-0, Tim Grate 2-0, Dyron Russ 0-2, Team 1-0, Jon Michals 1-0, C. Griffin 1-0, Adam Bailey 1-0, Fred Rodgers 1-0, Derek Rackley 0-1. Purdue-Jason Loerzel 5-7, Willie Fells 6-3, Rosevelt Colvin 3-2, Chike Okeafor 3-1, Jon Getz 2-2, Ray Lee 2-2, Alex Tone 1-3, Jim Korines 1-3, Da'Shann Austin 3-0, Chukie Nwokorie 2-0, Henry Bell 2-0, Chris Zurba 1-1, Matt Mitrione 0-2, Ben Smith 1-0, David Berch 1-0, Doug Withers 1-0, Todd Stelma 1-0, W. Burroughs 1-0, Lamar Conard 1-0, David Nugent 0-1, Tom Vaughan 0-1.

Minnesota vs Purdue (Oct 03, 1998 at West Lafayette, IN)

Game Starters:

Minnesota Purdue

POS ## OFFENSE POS ## OFFENSE QB 5 Billy Cockerham OT 70 Erik Larson OT 74 Adam Haayer C 55 Ben Hamilton OG 66 Ryan Roth OG 78 Jon Albrecht TE 81 Zach Vevea RB 12 Thomas Hamner WR 89 Ron Johnson WR 15 Jermaine Mays WR 7 Luke Leverson

POS ## DEFENSE POS ## DEFENSE DE 9 Curtese Poole DE 46 Rufus Smith DT 58 Antoine Richard DT 93 John Schlecht CB 42 W. Middlebrooks LB 37 Parc Williams LB 45 Sean Hoffman CB 2 Craig Scruggs SS 22 Tyrone Carter FS 8 Keith Dimmy CB 13 Trevis Graham

Player participation:

Minnesota: 1-Ryan Keller, 3-Lee Hutton, 4-A. Henderson, 6-Jimmy Henry, 11-Andy Persby, 16-Mike Harden, 18-Derek Rackley, 19-Adam Bailey, 20-Fred Rodgers, 21-Delvin Jones, 23-Arland Bruce, 25-Brad Prigge, 26-C. Griffin, 28-Tim Grate, 29-Jason Hagman, 35-Ryan Rindels, 36-Byron Evans, 38-Justin Hall, 47-Jim Bean, 48-Astein Osei, 52-Luke Braaten, 77-Pat Hau, 82-Bo Wasurick, 83-Spencer Dettman, 84-Alex Hass, 85-Rob LaRue, 87-Troy Duerr, 92-Dyron Russ, 95-Jon Michals, 97-Ben Mezera, 99-Matt Anderle.

Purdue: 3-John Reeves, 4-Jon Getz, 5-Alex Tone, 6-Bryan Jacquay, 7-Jim Korines, 8-Bryan Gaudin, 9-Carl Buergler, 10-David Edgerton, 12-Aaron Bunten, 14-V. Sutherland, 15-Drew Brees, 16-Eric Haddad, 17-Ben Smith, 20-Chris Daniels, 21-Antoine Neal, 22-Lamar Conard, 23-W. Burroughs, 24-Dondre Johnson, 25-Cliff Jackson, 26-Danny Rogers, 27-Henry Bell, 30-Travis Dorsch, 31-Tarah Graham, 32-Noble Jones, 33-Da'Shann Austin, 34-J. Crabtree, 35-Lee Johnson, 37-Todd Stelma, 38-Brady Doe, 40-Willie Fells, 44-Doug Withers, 46-Tom Vaughan, 47-Chris Zurba, 49-Chukie Nwokorie, 50-Brian Dinkins, 53-David Berch, 54-Chike Okeafor, 55-Ian Allen, 56-Chukky Okobi, 57-Ray Lee, 58-Warren Moore, 59-Rosevelt Colvin, 60-Andy Standifer, 63-Jim Niedrach, 65-P. VanderWeele, 72-J. Kirkpatrick, 73-David Cohen, 75-Aaron Starnes, 77-Brandon Gorin, 78-Matt Light, 80-A.T. Simpson, 81-Chris Randolph, 82-David Nugent, 84-Randall Lane, 87-Rocco Foggio, 88-Jason Loerzel, 89-Tim Stratton, 94-Sean Rufolo, 98-Matt Mitrione.

 

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