The Herald Bulletin

Evening Update

Sports

November 3, 2013

Ravens blanked by Bluffton

BLUFFTON, Ohio — The Anderson University football team lost to Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference foe Bluffton University 28-0 on Saturday at Salzman Stadium.

The Ravens’ Chandler Farrow completed 10-of-20 passes for 70 yards and a pair of interceptions and backup Brady Cavinee was 5-of-8 for 61 yards and an interception.

Johnell Wortham led the ground game with 25 yards on 13 carries as the Ravens were held to 25 yards on the ground on 24 carries.

Dev Thompson led the receivers with four catches for 13 yards and Zack Moe had three receptions for 23 yards. Marc Jones had a team-high 54 yards receiving on two catches.

Bluffton finished with a 391-156 advantage in total offense, including 175-25 on the ground. The Beavers also converted 9-of-15 on third down while AU was just 1-of-12.

Tyler Ganus led the defense with 15 tackles and four pass breakups. The senior is fourth in the nation in tackles per game at 14.5.

Nate Mosier also had 15 tackles in the game and Keivan Stewart added 12 stops. Sammy Faulkner chipped in with eight tackles and Cameron Sample had an interception.

AU (0-8, 0-6 HCAC) will host Rose-Hulman next Saturday on Senior Day at 1:30 p.m.

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