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  Lindsey Scott's fifth touchdown pass of the game for freshman Kole Wilson's first scoring reception of his Incarnate Word career lifted the seventh-seeded Cardinals to a 41-38 victory over Furman on Saturday in the second round of the FCS playoffs. The Cardinals (11-1) will take on the winner of the Richmond-Sacramento State in the their first quarterfinals appearance. The winning score came with just under two minutes to go after the Cardinals had blown a 14-point third-quarter lead. Furman's final drive ended with Elliott Davison's interception at the Incarnate Word 9-yard line. After the Cardinals rolled up 438 yards offense and a 28-17 first-half lead behind four touchdown passes by Scott, three to Darion Chafin, Furman (10-3) rallied behind Tyler Huff. Huff had two TD runs and a scoring pass in the second half. His 1-yard keeper with seven minutes to go gave the Paladins the lead. Huff also had an 11-yard touchdown run and a 50-yard scoring pass to Joshua Harris in the second half.

Scott and Chafin had a game's worth of stats in the first half. Scott already had 312 yards passing with four touchdowns and two interceptions, including a pick-6, plus 76 yards rushing. Chafin had three of those TD catches and 149 yards receiving. Cally Chizik picked off Scott and returned it for a touchdown - his second pick-6 this season - two minutes into the game. But Scott came right back to throw a 21-yard TD pass to Chafin as the quarterback was falling backward. He found Chafin again deep on a post route for an 80-yard score. Chizik's returned his second interception of the game 33 yards to the Cardinals 5-yard line and Dominic Roberto went in from a yard out for a 17-14 first-quarter Furman lead. The Cardinals came back with two more Scott TD passes, a 27-yarder to Chafin, and a 42-yarder that deflected off a defender before Taylor Grimes controlled for a 28-17 halftime lead. Scott finished 33 of 49 for 394 yards passing and 124 rushing yards. Marcus Cooper ran for 104. Chafin had 166 yards receiving and Grimes 112. Carson Mohr kicked two second-half field goals. - Incarnate Word/AP College Football


rSr/2023 QB Lindsey Scott Jr.Incarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: LB Kelechi Anyalebechi, UIW, Gr.,...Buck Buchanan Award Finalist, Anyalebechi, notched a season-high 15 tackles against Texas A&M - Commerce and one interception against Houston Christian. He finished the season with 88 total tackles (45 solo), 7.5 tackles for loss, one fumble recovery, one QB hurry, three pass breakups and two interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown. Anyalebechi is the career record holder for total tackles (310), unassisted tackles (168), fumbles forced (7), and QB hurries (12). - Incarnate Word Football

rSr/2023 ILB Kelechi AnyalabechiIncarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: DL Chris Whittaker, UIW, Gr.,...Whittaker broke the single-game sack record this season, tallying four against Nevada. He totals 7.5 on the season to lead UIW and put him in second place in the conference standings. He finished the season with 30 total tackles (19 solo),7.5 tackles for loss, one fumble recovery, two forced fumbles, and one pass breakup. - Incarnate Word Football

rSr/2023 OLB Chris WhittakerIncarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: OL Reid Francis, UIW, Sr.,...Francis played and started in all 11 games for the Cardinals, helping the offensive line allow only 13 sacks this season for 68 tackles for loss along with 1,526 rushing yards. - Incarnate Word Football

Sr/2023 C Reid FrancisIncarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: OL Caleb Johnson, UIW, Gr.,...Johnson played and started in all 11 games for the Cardinals, helping the offensive line allow only 13 sacks this season for 68 tackles for loss along with 1,526 rushing yards. - Incarnate Word Football

rSr/2023 OG Caleb JohnsonIncarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM: DB Kaleb Culp, UIW, Jr.,...Culp had 64 tackles (47 solo) and 3.5 tackles for a loss to go along with one forced fumble and three pass breakups. He had a season-high 12 tackles against Nevada. - Incarnate Word Football

Jr/2024 FS Kaleb CulpIncarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM: OL Nash Jones, UIW, Jr.,...Jones played and started in all 11 games for the Cardinals, helping the offensive line allow only 13 sacks this season for 68 tackles for loss along with 1,526 rushing yards. - Incarnate Word Football

Jr/2024 OG Nash JonesIncarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM: OL Jimeto Obigbo, UIW, So.,...Obigbo played and started in all 11 games for the Cardinals, helping the offensive line allow only 13 sacks this season for 68 tackles for loss along with 1,526 rushing yards. - Incarnate Word Football

So/2025 OG Jimeto ObigboIncarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM: RB Marcus Cooper, UIW, Gr.,...Cooper finished the season with 1,044 yards and 10 touchdowns. He scored a career-high three rushing TDs against Texas A&M - Commerce to be named the SLC Offensive Player of the Week. He was a significant factor in helping break the team season rushing yards record. Cooper is second in the conference with his 94.91 rushing yards per game. In the last regular season game, Cooper broke the single-game record for rushing yards with 254. - Incarnate Word Football

rSr/2023 RB Marcus CooperIncarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: DB Donte Thompson, UIW, Jr.,...Thompson finished the season with 26 tackles (18 solo) and one forced fumble. He led the Southland in passes defended this season with 15 pass breakups and one interception. - Incarnate Word Football

Jr/2024 CB Donte ThompsonIncarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: DL Steven Parker, UIW, Sr.,...Parker had a season-high 1.5 sacks against Texas A&M - Commerce and seven tackles against Houston Christian. He finished the season with 10.5 tackles for loss, seven sacks, and 38 total tackles (17 solo). He also tallied one fumble recovery, four QB hurries, and one pass breakup. Parker is third in the conference for sacks. - Incarnate Word Football

Sr/2023 DE Steven ParkerIncarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: QB Lindsey Scott, Jr., UIW, Gr.,...Walter Payton Award Finalist, Scott, led both the Southland Conference and FCS in almost every statistical category. He completed 240 of 328 passes (73%) for 3,791 yards (2nd in the nation) with 50 touchdowns (1st in the nation) and only four interceptions giving him the best passing efficiency in all of Division I football. Scott finished two games with seven touchdowns and six games with five-plus touchdowns. He not only got it done through the air but also on the ground. This season he rushed for 388 yards and added seven touchdowns, bringing his total to 57, setting the new record for touchdowns responsible for at UIW. He also holds the record for passing TDs (50) in a season and he's tied for most touchdowns in a single game with seven. Scott was named NCAA FCS Player of the Week, FCS Stats Perform Offensive Player of the Week, and Southland Conference Player of the Week (2x). - Incarnate Word Football

rSr/2023 QB Lindsey Scott Jr.Incarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: WR Darion Chafin, UIW, Gr.,...Chafin broke the single-game record for receiving yards with an impressive 262 against Nevada to earn SLC Offensive Player of the Week. He is tied for first on the team with 13 touchdowns, helping the team break the season touchdowns responsible for record. In the final game of the season, he recorded a season-high three touchdowns against Northwestern State. - Incarnate Word Football

rSr/2023 WR Darion ChafinIncarnate Word
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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: WR Taylor Grimes, UIW, Sr.,...Grimes has accumulated 13 touchdowns this season, running for 979 yards to help break the team season touchdowns responsible for record. He finished with a season-high three TDs against McNeese. Individually, he's the career record holder for pass receptions and touchdowns scored through his two seasons with UIW. - Incarnate Word Football

rSr/2023 WR Taylor GrimesIncarnate Word
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  2022 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Lindsey Scott, Jr., UIW,...Walter Payton Award nominee Scott's impressive season helped push UIW to a co-conference championship, a 10-1 record, and the No. 7 national seed in the FCS playoffs. He completed 240-of-328 passes for 3,791 yards with 50 touchdown passes against only four interceptions. He became the first FCS quarterback to throw seven touchdown passes in a half on two occasions. Scott leads the nation in passing efficiency (218.1), yards per pass attempt (11.56), point responsibility (348), and point responsibility per game (31.6), and ranks second in the nation in passing touchdowns (50), total passing yards (3,791), and passing yards per game (344.6). Scott also earns first team all-Southland honors at quarterback and is the first UIW player to ever earn Southland Player of the Year laurels. - Southland Conference Football

rSr/2023 QB Lindsey Scott Jr.Incarnate Word
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