September 19, 20151st2nd3rd4thFinal
College of Faith00000
Valparaiso2414272186
Scoring
1st Quarter
VALPOTD14:31HUTSON 1 Yd Run (NEWMAN kick)
VALPOTD12:05CATRINE 23 Yd Pass From CLARKE (NEWMAN kick)
VALPOFG06:54NEWMAN 24 Yd
VALPOTD04:39BASTIN 3 Yd Run (NEWMAN kick)
2nd Quarter
VALPOTD12:43HUTSON 4 Yd Run (NEWMAN kick)
VALPOTD06:37SUTTER 8 Yd Pass From CLARKE (NEWMAN kick)
3rd Quarter
VALPOTD12:48HUTSON 12 Yd Run (NEWMAN missed kick)
VALPOTD09:29HUTSON 9 Yd Run (NEWMAN kick)
VALPOTD08:47CHOUDHRY 3 Yd Run (NEWMAN kick)
VALPOTD01:55CHOUDHRY 8 Yd Run (NEWMAN kick)
4th Quarter
VALPOTD09:12FLOYD 2 Yd Run (NEWMAN kick)
VALPOTD05:35FLOYD 25 Yd Run (NEWMAN kick)
VALPOTD03:51SNOUFFER (NEWMAN kick)
Stats at a GlanceCOFVALPO
1st Downs924
3rd Down Conversions3-135-7
4th Down Conversions0-50-0
Passing (Comp-Att)100 (5-22) 135 (12-18)
Rushing (Att)66 (41) 333 (39)
Total Yards166468
Penalties12-995-46
Turnovers40
Fumbles Lost20
Interceptions20
Possession25:5130:14
Crusaders Dominate in 86-0 Win over College of Faith
Freshman Legend Choudhry notched his first rushing TD Saturday versus College of Faith (Ark.). (Ian Olive)


Crusaders Dominate in 86-0 Win over College of Faith
Saturday, September 19, 2015

The Crusaders prevailed from whistle-to-whistle in an 86-0 win over visiting College of Faith (Ark.) on Saturday at Brown Field.

Valpo received a banner day from a multitude of running backs, including its captain, Jake Hutson (Blanchard, Mich./Montabella). The redshirt senior found the end zone four times on just six carries. Freshman Legend Choudhry (Houston, Tex./Goose Creek Memorial) flirted with the 100-yard plateau, but gladly settled for two touchdown carries and 93 yards on 14 touches. Grayson Bastin (Fort Wayne, Ind./Homestead) averaged over 11 yards per carry on seven rushes. He added a rushing touchdown as well. Redshirt sophomore Kenneth Floyd (Norwalk, Iowa/Community) pitched in a pair of fourth-quarter TD scampers. 

Overall, the Crusaders racked up eight rushing touchdowns and 333 yards on the ground.

Saturday's game also saw sophomore quarterback Ryan Clarke (Hopatcong, N.J./Hopatcong) receive extended time behind center. Clarke connected with seven different receivers for 135 passing yards. He finished the day 12-for-18 with two touchdown tosses and a QB rating of 166.3. Frank Catrine (Springboro, Ohio/Bishop Fenwick) hauled in a game-high four passes for 63 yards and a score. Freshman tight end Mason Sutter (Woodstock, Ill./Woodstock) snagged his first receiving touchdown, an eight-yard pitch-and-catch from Clarke.

The Crusader defense shined as well, logging ten sacks and forcing five fumbles. The Brown and Gold recovered two. Freshman Drew Snouffer (Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington) scooped up one mishap and ran it back 41 yards for a score. Christian Campbell (South Bend, Ind./Washington) picked off a pass for the second straight contest. Brandon Riley (Chicago, Ill./Morgan Park) also recorded an interception on defense. 

Valpo (0-2) will begin Pioneer Football League play next Saturday versus San Diego. The Toreros (1-1, 0-0 PFL) ride into town for a 12:30 p.m. CT Homecoming tilt.