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  2021 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): LB Jahan Worth, Duquesne, So.,...Worth tied for the team lead with 56 tackles including 38 solo stops, registering 6.5 tackles for loss, an interception and four pass breakups on the year. Worth ranked seventh in the NEC with 6.71 tackles per game in conference contests on the season. He tallied a career-high 11 tackles (eight solo) with a tackle for loss in the season finale at Wagner. Worth registered eight tackles (six solo) including 2.5 tackles for loss in the Dukes' NEC victory at LIU. He added seven tackles (six solo) with his first career interception to go with a pass breakup in Duquesne's league win at Merrimack. - Duquesne Football

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  2021 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DB Leandro DeBrito, Duquesne, Sr.,...DeBrito matched a team high with 56 tackles on the season, pacing the Dukes with 42 solo stops on the year. He added two tackles for loss, a pair of interceptions and three pass breakups. DeBrito finished with seven tackles in a pair of Duquesne NEC wins over Bryant and LIU, also recording a pass breakup in each of those victories. The Cape Verde native had three tackles and one of four Duquesne interceptions in the Dukes' first NEC triumph of the season at Merrimack. He finished with a season-high 11 tackles with a forced fumble against Saint Francis U and had eight tackles and an interception in the season-opener at TCU. - Duquesne Football

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  Darius Perrantes threw for three touchdowns, Garrett Owens ran for two scores and Duquesne scored 30 points in the second quarter and went on to beat Wagner 44-0 on Saturday. Perrantes completed 16 of 24 passes for 241 yards. Owens had 119 yards rushing on 12 carries and Billy Lucas gained 105 yards on 16 carries with a touchdown. Cyrus Holder had 125 yards receiving on five receptions with two scores for the Dukes (7-3, 5-2 Northeast Conference). Rickey Spruill had 74 yards on five carries for the Seahawks (0-11, 0-7). Wagner also was shut out last week by Sacred Heart 27-0. The Seahawks now have a 20-game losing streak. Wagner lost two games in a short spring season in March and went 1-11 in 2019. The Seahawks haven't finished above .500 since the 2016 season. - AP College Football

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  Darius Perrantes threw for three scores and his 30-yarder to Cyrus Holder with 29 seconds left carried Duquesne past Central Connecticut 31-27 on Saturday in a back-and-forth game. The Blue Devils led 27-24 and sought to add to their lead. But on third-and-6, Duquesne's Maxi Hradecny sacked Blue Devils' quarterback Shon Mitchell and the Dukes' Tim Lowery recovered at the Duquesne 39-yard line. Perrantes proceeded to march Duquesne (6=3, 4-2 Northeast Conference) 61 yards in six plays in 82 seconds to complete the game-winning drive. Holder caught five passes for 114 yards. Kyren Petteway's 81-yard kickoff return for a score with 9:59 left gave Central Connecticut (3-7, 3-3) its last lead of the game. That followed Billy Lucas' 2-yard scoring run that ended a 10-play, 43-yard scoring drive that put Duquesne up 24-20 with 10:14 to go. Mitchell threw for 276 yards and two scores and Tyshaun James caught seven passes for 169 yards and a touchdown. - AP College Football

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  Darius Perrantes threw for three unanswered touchdowns in his first game back from injury, rallying Duquesne to a 34-28 victory at Long Island University on Saturday. Perrantes, who suffered a knee injury two weeks ago, was 19 of 32 passing for 215 yards for the Dukes (5-3, 3-2 Northeast Conference). Trailing 14-3, Duquesne began its comeback with Perrantes finding Cyrus Holder with a 2-yard pass, Davie Henderson with a 42-yard catch-and-run for the lead and Holder again from the 28 giving the Dukes a 24-14 advantage which they would not surrender. Holder caught six passes for 72 yards and two touchdowns. Henderson had two catches for 46 yards and a TD. LIU's Camden Orth went 21-for-36 passing for 348 yards and two touchdowns. He fired a 25-yarder to Derick Eugene to give the Sharks (2-6, 2-3) a 14-3 lead, and teamed with Tosin Oyekanmi on a 58-yard scoring play as LIU closed to 34-28 with 4:39 remaining in the game. Duquesne ate up 3:38 of that before punting the ball back to LIU, but the Sharks were unable to score. - AP College Football

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  Darius Perrantes passed for three touchdowns, ran for another and led the game-winning drive in the final two minutes as Duquesne battled past Bryant 39-34 on Saturday. The Dukes then survived a Hail Mary pass from Bryant that was completed but, after review, was ruled just short of a touchdown. Duquesne (4-1, 2-0 Northeast Conference) had fallen behind 34-33 after consecutive Bryant touchdowns but Perrantes, who completed 29 of 41 passes for 316 yards, rallied the Dukes with a 75-yard drive including a 26-yard touchdown dart to Davie Henderson with 31 seconds remaining.

Zevi Eckhaus led back-to-back scoring drives for Bryant (3-3, 1-1) deep in the fourth quarter - with Daniel Adeboboye scoring each - as Bryant rallied briefly into a 34-33 lead with just under two minutes left. Eckhaus, who was 25-of-44 passing for 311 yards and two touchdowns, threw to nine receivers without an interception. His game-ending 45-yard heave to David Zorilla was completed at the 1. Officials ruled he didn't break the plane of the goal line. Zorilla caught five passes for a career-high 115 yards, Fabrice Mukendi gained a career-high 111 yards rushing for Bryant. - AP College Football


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  Darius Perrantes threw for four touchdowns, Duquesne's defense registered four interceptions and the Dukes beat Merrimack 37-14 on Saturday. The Warriors posted their lone lead on their opening possession, marching 70 yards in nine plays and Westin Elliott throwing a 16-yard touchdown to Jacari Carter. The Dukes (3-1, 1-0 Northeast Conference) responded with Perrantes throwing a 3-yard scoring pass to Cyrus Holder to even the score.

Jeremiah Josephs' bobbling interception of Elliott on Merrimack's ensuing drive set up a short field and Billy Lucas ran in it from the 5 for a 14-7 lead. Leandro DeBrito intercepted Elliott, and Josephs followed with a near pick-6 after Duquesne's offense turned it over on downs. Elliott regrouped to help lead a nine-play, 75-yard drive where he again connected with Carter on a 16-yard score. Perrantes closed the door on Merrimack (3-2, 0-1) in the third when he threw a pair of touchdowns to Garrett Owens and another to Wykeen Gill. Elliott threw for 203 yards and Carter caught 11 passes for 93 yards. - AP College Football


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  SEPT 13 NEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: DARIUS PERRANTES, DUQUESNE, QB, So., 6-0, 215 lbs., Los Angeles, CA/Rhode Island: Week 2 Stats: 67.6 completion pct., 194 pass yards, TD pass, TD rush,...Perrantes' first Duquesne start resulted in the program's first-ever win over a FBS member. The sophomore signal caller engineered an offense that dominated time of possession and recorded 26 first downs in a 28-26 triumph over MAC member Ohio. He was responsible for both of the offense's touchdowns, powering into the end zone on a third-quarter rush and completing a short pass over the middle to Joey Isabella on the first snap of the fourth quarter. Playing turnover-free football, Perrantes completed passes at a 67.6 percent clip while totaling 194 yards through the air. He connected with seven different receivers and suffered only one sack over the course of the afternoon in Athens. Perrantes and the Dukes converted 7-of-16 third-down situations and were 2-for-2 on fourth down while possessing the ball for 41:02. - NEC Football

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  SEPT 13 STATS FCS NATIONAL TEAM OF THE WEEK: Duquesne: 28-26 win at Ohio,...The Dukes (1-1) became the first Northeast Conference member to defeat an FBS program. Transfer quarterback Darius Perrantes, making his first start, had a touchdown rush and a scoring pass in the second half, and the defense denied Ohio on a two-point attempt after it pulled within 28-26 with nine seconds left. Brian Bruzdewicz kicked four field goals and the Dukes controlled over 41 minutes of game clock. Honorable Mention: Furman (26-0 win at Tennessee Tech); Jacksonville State (20-17 win at Florida State); James Madison (55-7 win over Maine); Merrimack (35-21 win at Holy Cross). - STATS FCS Football

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  Darius Perrantes passed for one touchdown and ran for another, the Duquesne defense stopped a two-point conversion attempt with less than 10 seconds remaining and the FCS Dukes defeated Ohio 28-26 on Saturday. It was Duquesne's first victory over an FBS opponent in program history. After Duquesne (1-1) built a 28-20 lead on Brian Bruzdewicz's 27-yard field goal with two minutes, 46 seconds remaining, Ohio (0-2) drove 67 yards, capped by a 3-yard touchdown pass from Kurtis Rourke to Ty Walton with nine seconds remaining. Rourke's two-point pass was broken up by Tim Lowery.

Bruzdewicz kicked four field goals and the Dukes also scored on a safety. Perrantes completed 23 of 34 passes for 194 yards. His passing touchdown was a 3-yard hookup with Joey Isabella, giving the Dukes a 25-13 lead on the first play of the fourth quarter. Ohio responded with a 10-play, 71-yard drive that ended with a 2-yard touchdown run by Rourke. He also completed 14 of 22 passes for 168 yards. The Dukes took 7:59 off the clock with a drive that ended with Bruzdewicz's fourth field goal (in four tries) and their eight-point lead. Ohio's De'Montre Tuggle returned the opening kickoff 83 yards for a touchdown and his 15-yard touchdown run finished off Ohio's first offensive possession for a 13-3 lead early in the first quarter. - AP College Football


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  Ohio transfer Joe Mischler threw for two touchdowns and ran for another score as Duquesne began its spring season with a 30-27 victory over Sacred Heart on Sunday. Duquesne went ahead 27-12 with 1:03 left in the third on Mischler's 12-yard pass to Garrett Owens. SHU's Marquez McCray and Julius Chestnut connected on two fourth-quarter touchdowns, but the last came with 15 seconds remaining and the Dukes recovered the onside kick. Mischler was 18-of-26 passing for 231 yards and he carried it eight times for 63 yards. Owens added 109 yards on the ground, and Bri Bruzdewicz kicked field goals of 20, 33 and 31 yards. McCray passed for 169 yards and two touchdowns for Sacred Heart. Chestnut carried it 22 times for 168 yards and two touchdowns, and he caught two passes for 41 yards and two more scores. Chestnut is the leading returning rusher in the FCS after producing 1,495 yards last season. - Duquesne/AP College Football

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  Ohio transfer Joe Mischler threw for two touchdowns and ran for another score as Duquesne began its spring season with a 30-27 victory over Sacred Heart on Sunday. Duquesne went ahead 27-12 with 1:03 left in the third on Mischler's 12-yard pass to Garrett Owens. SHU's Marquez McCray and Julius Chestnut connected on two fourth-quarter touchdowns, but the last came with 15 seconds remaining and the Dukes recovered the onside kick. Mischler was 18-of-26 passing for 231 yards and he carried it eight times for 63 yards. Owens added 109 yards on the ground, and Bri Bruzdewicz kicked field goals of 20, 33 and 31 yards. - Duquesne/AP College Football

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  Kansas State football's transfer number keeps ticking upward. Wykeen Gill became the latest Wildcat in the transfer portal Monday - and the second of the day, following defensive back Lance Robinson's announcement in the morning. With Gill's name now in the transfer portal, K-State has 12 players who have transferred since August. A senior from Atchison, Gill suffered a season-ending arm injury against Texas Tech on Oct. 3. He missed the final seven games of the Wildcats' regular season. Gill was listed as one of K-State's first-team receivers for each of the first three games this year, though he only ended up starting against Oklahoma. That come-from-behind road win over the Sooners was responsible for all of Gill's 2020 stats: three receptions for 9 yards. - Manhattan Mercury

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  Klieman said offensive lineman Cooper Beebe, who also left last week's game with an injury, is "day to day." The news wasn't as fortunate for Wykeen Gill. A senior from Atchison, Gill walked straight to the locker room following an injury in the third quarter. He won't play another down this fall. "Wykeen is the one who did suffer an injury to his arm and he'll be lost for the season," Klieman said. "So disappointed for Wykeen, because he's been doing some special things." Listed as a starting wideout for each of K-State's first three games, the team now will have to turn elsewhere for production. They don't lack for candidates, with Klieman mentioning Phillip Brooks, Keenan Garber, Seth Porter and Landry Weber as potential replacements. Not that it makes Gill's loss any easier to stomach. "It's unfortunate for Wykeen," Klieman said, "because he's such a great kid and a great player." - Manhattan Mercury

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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-FCS FOURTH TEAM: TE Todd Summers, Villanova, Sr.,...Summers played in 13 games and had 34 catches for 364 yards/10.7 YPC and six touchdowns in 2019. He played in 10 games and had 11 catches for 148 yards and one touchdown in 2018. - Villanova Football

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