#STETvsJU Preview

#STETvsJU Preview

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Dolphins (4-0) will host the Stetson Hatters (1-3) this Saturday for a 6 p.m. kickoff to conclude Homecoming weekend. The kickoff will be the first-ever night game at D.B. Milne Field.

Tweetable #FinFacts

• A win Saturday would give Jacksonville its best start in program history. Its last 4-0 start last happened in 2001

• JU had a pair of 100-yard rushers in a game last week for the first time since 2011 with Jamal Adjamah (163) and Ulysses Bryant (115)

• After hitting his last three Saturday, Preseason All-PFL K Brandon Behr is four FGs away from tying the JU career record of 25 #BehrWatch

• The Dolphins have recorded at least one sack in the last 25 games after tallying two vs. Morehead State

• JU leads the PFL in total offense with 453.2 yards per game

• Jacksonville leads the PFL and is fourth in the FCS in red zone defense with eight scores allowed in 15 attempts

• JU's 12 forced turnovers is good for sixth in the FCS

• The win over Morehead State marked the first time since a loss at Marist on 11/2/14 that Jacksonville did not force a turnover

• Jacksonville has won its last 11 homecoming games and is 2-0 all-time against Stetson

• Jacksonville is one of nine undefeated teams left in the FCS

• Two Dolphins, both defensive tackles, hail from DeLand. Maroa White and Tyler Havenner are DeLand HS alumni

• Starting this season, fans will be charged $5 to park on-campus for gamedays. EZ eventride will provide shuttle service

Dolphin Calls

• TV: ESPN3 (Scott Manze, David Lamm, and Patrick Wilkins)

• Radio: http://mixlr.com/judolphins/ (Nolan Alexander & Jordan Dewhirst)

• Live stats available at:www.judolphins.com

'Fins Cardiac Win...Again

• Junior Ulysses Bryant scored two touchdowns and running back Jamal Adjamah ran for 163 yards to lead JU to a 30-26 win over Morehead State

• Bryant rushed for 115 yards and scored two second quarter touchdowns first on a 35-yard pass from Kade Bell with 8:34 to play in the half and followed that with a 15-yard run with 1:35 to play

• MSU revived itself in the second half and held JU to a pair of Behr field goals, from 36 and 40 yards, while scoring 19 points

• The game concluded after Bell scrambled on 3rd and 9 and fumbled, only to have Bryant recover the loose ball for a first down and JU kneed out the clock

Damien Strange led JU receivers with seven catches for 100 yards and Bell ended the day completing 22 of 45 passes for 351 yards and one interception.

For Whom The Bell Tolls

• After leading the PFL in each category last year, Kade Bell sits atop

the PFL in 316.5 yards passing per game and in total offense with 326.8 yards per game

• Second in the PFL and ranks sixth in the FCS with 24.75 completions per game

• His 316.5 passing yards per game is fifth and his 949 passing yards is 11th in the FCS