Merriweather 18-75-2; Browning 16-57-0; Paul Macko 8-27; Tribble Reese 1-21; La' Donte Harris 2-8; Chansi Stuckey 1-7; Will Proctor 6-6; Charlie Whitehurst 3- (-9).
Charlie Whitehurst 21-30-177-0-1; Will Proctor 18-23-275-3-1; Tribble Reese 3-3-20-0-1; Cullen Harper 1-2-9-0-0; Rush Lowther
Chansi Stuckey 11-124; Kelvin Grant 8-146-2; La'Donte Harris 5-60-1; Aaron Kelly 4-37; Reggie Merriweather 4-7; Andrew Diomande
2-25; Cole Downer 2-19; Paul macko 1-21; Brian Sorrells 1-13; Cliff Harrell 1-12; Steven Jackson 1-11; Curtis Baham 1-6; Kyle
Browning 1-1; Chris Wade 1-0.
Tye Hill 1-22; Brandon Croley 1-5; Brandon Nolen 1-0.
Tavaghn Monts 11, Michael Hamlin 11, C.J. Gaddis 6, Jock McKissic 5, Roy Walker 5, Maurice Nelson 5, Brandon Croley 4, Sergio Gilliam 4,
Anthony Waters 4.
Tackles for Loss
Donnell Clark 2-3, Kwam Williams 1-6, Gaines Adams 1-6, Charles Bennett 1-6l Jock McKissic 1-7, Roosevelt Nelson 1-2, David Schlink
1-2, Anthony Waters 1-1.
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