#JUvsCU Preview

#JUvsCU Preview

Game Notes

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Dolphins (7-2, 4-2) travel for their final road contest of the 2015 season with a 1 p.m. kickoff Saturday at Campbell (5-5, 3-4).

Tweetable #FinFacts

• Jacksonville's 42-12 victory over Davidson was the seventh consecutive win in the series for the Dolphins

• Jacksonville has never lost a game to the Camels in the #JUvsCU series

• Jacksonville avoided its first three-game losing streak since 2007 with the win last week

Andy Jones & Damien Strange have put together back-to-back 100-yard receiving

games. Jones had 133 & 122 yards, and Strange had 124 and 105 yards

• Preseason All-PFL K Brandon Behr is three FGs away from tying the JU career record of 25 held by Dylan Lynch #BehrWatch

• The Dolphins have recorded at least one sack in the last 31 games after tallying five vs. Davidson

• Jacksonville tops the PFL in sacks per game with 3.22

• JU's 23 forced turnovers is fourth in the FCS

• JU leads the PFL in total offense with 449.3 yards and in passing offense with 329.4 yards per game

• Jacksonville returns home for Senior Day next weekend with a 1 p.m. kickoff against

Valparaiso

Dolphin Calls

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(Nolan Alexander & Jordan Dewhirst)

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Davidson Dominance

• The Dolphins came out firing on their way to an offensive show that netted 582 total yards, 435 through the air to defeat Davidson, 42-12

• The 'Fins scored five first half touchdowns, and Rylan Wells finished the day with four passing scores off the bench

• Wells and starter Kade Bell, who left the game in the second quarter, tossed to 10 different receivers

• The defense held the Wildcats to only 40 rushing yards and 5-15 on third down

#JUvsCU Series

• Jacksonville used a balance attack in 2014 to slam Campbell, 45-19, at home with 293 passing yards and 237 rushing yards

• The defense forced three turnovers and set the school-record with 24 interceptions in the season

• The last game in Buies Creek was a thriller with the Camels scoring 14 points in the fourth quarter but JU outlasted the rally with a 52-45 victory. Dylan Lynch became the only player in the nation to have three punts for over 70 yards on the season

Keeping Up With The Jones

• Picking up where he left off last year, Andy Jones is second in the PFL with 780 receiving yards, 97.5 receiving yards per game and 6.6 receptions per game

• During training camp, each position group named the Honorable Mention All-Pioneer Football Leaguer the hardest working player on the team

• Named the PFL Offensive Player of the Week by College Sports Madness with nine receptions for 118 yards and a score against Delaware

• Set a career-best with 135 yards receiving against Newberry coming on seven receptions

• Scored against Marist, Stetson, and Edward Waters despite being slowed by injury in each contest

• Hauled in a career-best 10 catches and had 133 yards receiving at Dayton

• Tied his career-best with two TD receptions vs. Davidson, and reeled in 122 yards on five catches