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2019 Bobcat Record Watch

Post by mslacatfan » Mon Aug 26, 2019 10:10 pm

Alrighty, as I do every year. I will be updating records throughout the season as players approach or move up career and/or season records lists. AKA, the Troy Andersen Record Watch list. haha, he pretty much broke every season record available last year. Please let me know if there is anything I missed, needs to be corrected, or added. A few career lists are in play to start the season:

Team- Total Offense Yards, Game
1. 737 UC Davis, 2014
2. 718 Eastern Washington, 2015
3. 695 North Dakota, 2012
4. 683 Eastern Washington, 2004
5. 670 Norfolk State, 2019
6. 654 Idaho State, 2001
7. 652 Black Hills State, 2014
8. 646 at Sacramento State, 2010
9. 619 at Sacramento State, 2014
10. 603 at North Dakota, 2013

Team- Most Yards Rushing, Game
1. 483 vs Fresno State, 1973
2. 458 at Weber State, 1976
3. 451 at Northern Colorado, 2019
4. 449 vs. Norfolk State, 2019
5. 436 vs. North Dakota, 2012
6. 430 vs. Cal Poly, 2018
7. 417 vs Idaho State, 1988
8. 415 vs Idaho State, 2011
9. 407 vs. North Dak. St., 2018
10. 403 vs Portland St, 2017

***Norfolk Game notes- First time the Cats have had Three 100 yard rushers in one game (Jones, Perry, Sumner). Also, 26 rushing first downs, is a school record.

***Cat-Griz game: 382 yards rushing vs. the griz is a Bobcat Record for this game.

***Austin Peay Playoff game: Ifanse's 196 yards rushing is a bobcat record for a playoff game. Also 477 post season yards is a bobcat record.

Team- Most Yards Rushing, Season
1. 3,871 2019 =D^
2. 3,177 2014
3. 3,045 1973
4. 3,014* 2018
5. 2,903 1976 (3,655 including playoffs)
6. 2,759* 2011
7. 2,744 2017
8. 2,698 1974
9. 2,681 1972
10. 2,617 1975

Individual- Rushing Yards, Career
1. 3,646 Ryan Johnson, 1999-2002
2. 3,422 Cody Kirk, 2010-13
3. 2,979 Steve Kracher, 1972-75
4. 2,954 Don Hass, 1965-67
5. 2,819 Delmar Jones, 1975-78
6. 2,464 Matt Engelking, 1993-96
7. 2,449 Tony Boddie, 1979-82
8. 2,375 Chris Murray, 2016-17
9. 2,263 Troy Andersen, 2017-
10. 2,182 Demetrius Crawford, 2007-08
Isaiah Ifanse 1,838

Team- Rushing TDs, Season
1. 44 in 2019 =D^
2. 43 in 2014
3. 38 in 1956
4. 37 in 2018
5. 34 in 1966
6. 33 in 2013
7. 31 in 2016
8. 31 in 1973
9. 29 in 2012
10. 27 in 1976
10. 27 in 1967

Individual- Rushing Touchdowns, Career
1. 47 Cody Kirk, 2010-13
2. 33 Troy Andersen, 2017-
3. 29 Chad Newell, 2013-16
3. 29 Don Hass, 1965-67
5. 27 Ryan Johnson, 1999-2002
6. 24 Dakota Prukop, 2013-15
6. 24 John Tetrault, 1987-90
8. 23 Travis Lulay, 2002-05
9. 22 Delmar Jones, 1976-79
9. 22 Chris Murray, 2016-17
Isaiah Ifanse 13

***Troy Andersen now has 5 rushing touchdowns against the Griz. Tied for the Bobcat record.... Ifanse has 3.

100-Yard Rush Games, Career
1. 17 Ryan Johnson, 1999-2002
2. 16 Cody Kirk, 2010-13
3. 15 Don Hass, 1965-67
3. 15 Matt Engelking, 1993-96
5. 13 Steve Kracher, 1972-75
6. 11 Delmar Jones, 1976-78
6. 11 Troy Andersen, 2017-
8. 10 Chris Murray, 2016-
8. 10 Tony Boddie, 1979-82
10. 9 Demetrius Crawford, 2007-08
Isaiah Ifanse- 8

Longest Run From Scrimmage
1. 97 Ben Vaughn vs Fresno. 1963 (TD)
2. 90 Shawn Johnson vs. Monmouth, 2013 (TD)
3. 87 Logan Jones vs. Western Illinois, 2019 (TD)
4. 85 Don Bagley vs Idaho, 1972
5. 84 Demetrius Crawvord vs. Montana, 2008
5. 84 Dennis Erickson vs ND St., 1966 (TD)
5. 84 Mark Rinehart vs Weber St, 1988 (TD)
8. 83 Matt Engelking vs UM-Duluth, 1996 (TD)
9. 82 Sam Moore vs San Diego, 1959 (TD)
10. 81 Corey Lamey vs E. Oregon, 1985 (TD)

***Honorable Mention: Callaghan O'Reilly at Northern Colorado. 73 yard touchdown scamper. Not too shabby for a LB in on a fake punt.

Receiving Yards, Career
1. 2,816 Tanner Bleskin, 2010-13
2. 2,207 Elvis Akpla, 2009-11
3. 2,070 Chip Hobbs, 1995-99
4. 1,966 Kevin Kassis- 2016-19
5. 1,920 Rob Tesch, 1989-92
6. 1,874 Mitchell Herbert, 2014-17
7. 1,856 Scott Turnquist, 2000-03
8. 1,840 Eric Hopkins, 1992-95
9. 1,759 Rick Gatewood, 2004-05
10. 1,720 Ron Bain, 1966-68

Receptions, Career
1. 193 Tanner Bleskin, 2010-13
2. 169 Joe Bignell, 1981-84
3. 162 David Pandt, 1982-85
4. 152 Kevin Kassis, 2016-19
5. 144 Chip Hobbs, 1995-99
6. 138 Everett Gilbert, 2009-12
7. 137 Mitchell Herbert, 2014-17
8. 135 Scott Turnquist, 2000-03
9. 133 Elvis Akpla, 2009-11
10. 131 Rick Gatewood, 2004-05

Receptions, Season
1. 88 Joe Bignell, 1984
2. 71 Chip Hobbs, 1998
3. 69 David Pandt, 1985
4. 67 Rick Gatewood, 2005
4. 67 Kevin Kassis, 2019
6. 66 Tanner Bleskin, 2012
6. 66 Mike Jefferson, 2006
6. 66 Junior Adams, 2002
9. 64 Tanner Bleskin, 2013
9. 64 Ron Bain, 1968
9. 64 Rick Gatewood, 2004

Scoring in a Season
1. Troy Andersen, 2018- 128
2. Don Hass, 1966- 120
3. Jason Cunningham, 2011- 113
4. Cody Kirk, 2013- 112
5. Tristan Bailey, 2019- 104
5. Jason Cunningham, 2010- 102
7. Rory Perez, 2012- 96
8. Luke Daly, 2014- 90
8. Ryan Johnson, 2001- 90
10. Cody Kirk, 2012- 84
10. Cody Kirk, 2011- 84
10. Jeff Muri*, 1976- 84

Scoring in a Career
1. 357 Jason Cunningham, 2008-11
2. 292 Cody Kirk, 2010-13
3. 234 Pat Bolton, 1972-75
4. 231 Mark Carter, 1981-84
5. 214 Jeff Muri, 1976-79
6. 206 Troy Andersen, 2017-
7. 197 Anders Larsson, 1985-88
8. 192 Chad Newell, 2013-16
8. 192 Nate Cook, 2000-03
10. 184 Tristan Bailey, 2018-19

Individual Sacks, Season
1. 23 Mark Fellows, 1984
2. 19 Neal Smith, 1997
3. 17 Corey Widmer, 1990
4. 15 Bryce Sterk, 2019
5. 14 Brad Daly, 2013
5. 14 Jason Hicks, 1993
7. 12.5 Caleb Schreibeis, 2012
7. 12.5 Brad Daly, 2011
9. 11.5 Adam Cordeiro, 2001
10. 10 Tex Sikora, 1985
Troy Andersen- 6.5

Individual Sacks, Career
1. 40 Mark Fellows, 1981-84
2. 35.5 Neal Smith, 1994-97
3. 35 Corey Widmer, 1988-91
4. 34 Brad Daly, 2009, ‘11-13
5. 29 Tex Sikora, 1982-85
5. 29 Jason Hicks, 1992-95
7. 26 Adam Cordeiro, 2000-03
8. 25.5 Jon Montoya, 2000-03
9. 23.5 Bryce Sterk, 2018-19
10. 23 Caleb Schreibeis, 2009-12

Team Sacks, Season
1. 56 1984
2. 43 2011
3. 43 2003
4. 41 2019
5. 40 1990
6. 38 1989
7. 36 2008
7. 36 1997
7. 36 1992
10. 35 2002

Tackles for Loss, Season
1. 30 Mark Fellows, 1984
2. 25 Corey Widmer, 1990
3. 22 Neal Smith, 1997
4. 20.5 Mac Bignell, 2015
4. 20.5 Brad Daly, 2013
6. 20 Corey Widmer, 1991
6. 20 Bryce Sterk, 2019
8. 19 Dane Fletcher, 2007
8. 19 Jason Hicks, 1993
10. 18 Adam Cordeiro, 2001
10. 18 Jon Montoya, 2002
Amandre Williams- 16
Derek Marks- 15.5
Troy Andersen- 11.5

Tackles for Loss, Game
1. 7 Matt Micklewright, NAU, 1986
2. 6 Cory Widmer, ISU, 1990
3. 5 Na’a Moeakiola, Sac, 2012
3. 5 Jon Montoya, EWU, 2000
3. 5 Shaun Ross, WSU, 1999
3. 5 Jason Hicks, BSU, 1992
3. 5 Adam Cordeiro, ISU, 1991
3. 5 Bryce Sterk, Norfolk State, 2019
9. 4 18 players

Kick Return Yards, Career
1. 1,848 Everett Gilbert, 2009-12
2. 1,846 Shawn Johnson, 2011-14
3. 1,624 Mark Rinehart, 1986-89
4. 1,607 Sean Hill, 1989-93
5. 1,317 Rob Tesch, 1989-92
6. 1,109 Arie Grey, 1997-00
7. 1,105 Gunnar Brekke, 2013-16
8. 1,045 Logan Jones, 2015-19
9. 988 Kenyatte Morgan, 1994-97
10. 764 Steve Roderick, 1978-81

Punting Average, Season
1. 51.3 Hank Urza, 1965
2. 48.5 Hank Urza, 1967
3. 45.6 Stuart Dodds, 1979
4. 45.0 Jared Padmos, 2019
4. 45.0 Hank Urza, 1966
6. 44.9 Rory Perez, 2013
7. 44.7 Matthew Peot, 1999
8. 44.0 Trevor Bolton, 2014
9. 43.4 Pat Bergman, 1987
10. 43.4 Dirk Nelson, 1984

Longest Punts
1. 85 Brad Brisbin vs. Idaho, 1972
2. 81 Travis Lulay vs. ASC, 2004
3. 80 Hank Urza vs. Idaho State, 1967
4. 78 Hank Urza. vs. Idaho, 1966
4. 78 Darren Svendsen vs. Idaho, 1992
6. 77 Travis Lulay vs. ISU, 2005
6. 77 Eric Fisher vs Dixie State, 2009
8. 76 Jered Padmos vs. WOU, 2016
8. 76 Jered Padmos vs. Western Illinois, 2019
10. 73 Eric Fisher vs. EWU, 2008

Career starts
1. Mitch Brott 50 =D^
2. John Weidenaar 49
3. DeNarius McGhee 48
3. Brent Swaggert 48
3. Jon Montoya 48
6. Jody Owens 47
6. Kane Ioane 47
8. Darius Jones 46
9. Deonte Flowers 45
10. Everett Gilbert 44

Consecutive starts
1. Mitch Brott 50 =D^
2. John Weidenaar 49
3. Brent Swaggert 48
3. Jon Montoya 48
5. Jody Owens 47
5. Kane Ioane 47
7. DeNarius McGhee 43
7. Travis Lulay 43
7. J.P. Flynn 43

MSU Career Coaching Victories
1. 70- Rob Ash
2. 47- Sonny Holland
3. 41- Cliff Hysell
4. 40- Mike Kramer
5. 36- Schubert R. Dyche
6. 31- Tony Storti
6. 31- Jim Sweeney
8. 30- Herb Agocs
9. 28- Jeff Choate
9. 28- G. Ott Romney

***cough, cough... 4-0 vs the griz… cough, cough***
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Re: 2019 Bobcat Record Watch

Post by mslacatfan » Mon Sep 02, 2019 5:20 pm

not a whole lot to update... but updated from the Texas Tech game.

Man, I can't frickin wait for this Saturdays Gold Rush game! GO CATS!


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Post by DriscollCat » Mon Sep 02, 2019 10:37 pm

mslacatfan wrote:
Mon Sep 02, 2019 5:20 pm
not a whole lot to update... but updated from the Texas Tech game.

Man, I can't frickin wait for this Saturdays Gold Rush game! GO CATS!
Thanks again for keeping this up @mslacatfan!



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Re: 2019 Bobcat Record Watch

Post by TomCat88 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:56 am

Andersen went over 2,000 yards rushing for his career and is now fourth in career TDs. Sixth in 100-yard games and 10th in scoring.


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Re: 2019 Bobcat Record Watch

Post by mslacatfan » Sun Sep 08, 2019 9:17 am

TomCat88 wrote:
Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:56 am
Andersen went over 2,000 yards rushing for his career and is now fourth in career TDs. Sixth in 100-yard games and 10th in scoring.

Hells yeah! I will update the lists today.


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Re: 2019 Bobcat Record Watch

Post by mslacatfan » Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:11 pm

updated from the SEMO game. Go Cats!

At this pace, Sterk will be approaching the "Sacks in a Season" list quickly... don't want to get ahead of myself though, I will wait until he gets a little closer to the top 10, before adding the list.... I think we are in for a special season with Sterk, man that guy is just an animal.


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Re: 2019 Bobcat Record Watch

Post by allcat » Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:23 pm

Sterk will be honored with a lot of double teams going forward.


Now sorry for caring about Cat/griz too much. I've been properly chastised by the coach of the other team. :-^

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Post by sdsyvie » Sun Sep 08, 2019 11:39 pm

Love these updates, and welcome any other players and top 10 lists you want to add, I think it would be that much more fun to be in notice, of who could potentially make an impact on other ones as well.

Something that sticks out to me is the fact that kassis has a real shot of breaking into the top 10 in both receptions and yards in a career. So much more impressive. When you consider the run heavy offenses he's played with. Pretty cool stuff, must be quite the attitude he has, playing in high school with an fbs talent QB as your guy, to hear. Love him!



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Post by mslacatfan » Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:54 am

sdsyvie wrote:
Sun Sep 08, 2019 11:39 pm

Something that sticks out to me is the fact that kassis has a real shot of breaking into the top 10 in both receptions and yards in a career. So much more impressive. When you consider the run heavy offenses he's played with. Pretty cool stuff, must be quite the attitude he has, playing in high school with an fbs talent QB as your guy, to hear. Love him!
I bet that Kassis ends up in the TOP 5 of both those lists! Definitely impressive


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Post by Cledus » Mon Sep 09, 2019 7:25 am

Speaking of the record watch, I passed by Rob Tesch this weekend. The only reason I even would I have known that was him is because I know his fiancé.



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Post by HelenaCat » Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:33 am

allcat wrote:
Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:23 pm
Sterk will be honored with a lot of double teams going forward.
Could be right. Watch for Troy then!



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Post by allcat » Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:38 am

HelenaCat wrote:
Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:33 am
allcat wrote:
Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:23 pm
Sterk will be honored with a lot of double teams going forward.
Could be right. Watch for Troy then!
I think the pass rush could be a quandary for o coordinators. Benson up front, Sterk on the one end. Troy coming fast. Konkol up the middle. Amandre has not shown much in the pass rush yet but I'm hoping.


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Post by mslacatfan » Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:44 am

HelenaCat wrote:
Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:33 am
allcat wrote:
Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:23 pm
Sterk will be honored with a lot of double teams going forward.
Could be right. Watch for Troy then!

exactly! its kind of a "pick your poison" scenario. If they choose to double sterk every play, then it just leaves it that much more open for Scrempos, Benson, Marks, Williams, Ferriter, Andersen.... could go on and on. I am loving this defense!


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Post by iaafan » Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:47 am

mslacatfan wrote:
Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:44 am
HelenaCat wrote:
Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:33 am
allcat wrote:
Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:23 pm
Sterk will be honored with a lot of double teams going forward.
Could be right. Watch for Troy then!

exactly! its kind of a "pick your poison" scenario. If they choose to double sterk every play, then it just leaves it that much more open for Scrempos, Benson, Marks, Williams, Ferriter, Andersen.... could go on and on. I am loving this defense!
Sterk already does get double teamed.



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Post by technoCat » Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:52 am

I feel like O'Reilly and Askelson have been getting pretty good pressure up the middle and Jobman and Hardy were hitting guys at or before the line of scrimmage all day so all the LBs are a threat if they focus too much on the dline.


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Post by iaafan » Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:54 am

technoCat wrote:
Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:52 am
I feel like O'Reilly and Askelson have been getting pretty good pressure up the middle and Jobman and Hardy were hitting guys at or before the line of scrimmage all day so all the LBs are a threat if they focus too much on the dline.
Askelson reads plays well. He blew up the attempted reverse by SEMO.



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Post by RickRund » Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:59 am

Yep, double team Sterk and then see the qb's head on a swivel to see which other truck will be running you over...



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Post by BleedingBLue » Mon Sep 09, 2019 9:10 am

RickRund wrote:
Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:59 am
Yep, double team Sterk and then see the qb's head on a swivel to see which other truck will be running you over...
He will be running scared because TA and Sterk lined up on the same side of the line nearly every 3rd down play they were on the field together on Saturday. If they want to double team Sterk they certainly can. But arguably the fastest LB in the country will be blowing by someone unblocked. Or Williams, Marks, Benson, Scrempos or whoever will be coming quickly from the other side of the line.



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Post by technoCat » Mon Sep 09, 2019 9:56 am

Williams is getting close. I believe he assisted on TA's sack and was right there a couple more times. I think he just needs to get used to having a hand in the dirt and using his hands on lineman. He definitely shows a burst.


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Re: 2019 Bobcat Record Watch

Post by mslacatfan » Mon Sep 16, 2019 3:34 pm

updated from western Illinois game.

looking for some help. can someone confirm the career kickoff return yards for logan jones. I have him currently at 744 yards, which puts him just outside the top 10 list...

***Edit, looking over his career numbers again, I got him at 810 return yards (currently 9th on the top 10 career list)


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