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  • Fairmont State2012 Fighting Falcon Football

    2012 Schedule/ResultsDate Opponent Time*/ScoreAug. 30 at Clarion L, 0-7Sep. 6 at Glenville State 7 p.m.Sep. 15 at Bowie State 1 p.m.Sep. 22 WEST LIBERTY 1 p.m.Sept. 29 at Charleston NoonOct. 13 WV WESLEYAN 1 p.m.Oct. 20 SETON HILL 2 p.m.Oct. 27 at Concord 1 p.m.Nov. 3 WV STATE 1 p.m.Nov. 10 at Shepherd Noon

    Fairmont State (0-1) vs. Glenville State (0-1)Sept. 6, 2012 | I.L. & Sue Morris Stadium | Glenville, W.Va. | 6:35 p.m.TV: WDTV | Audio: 93.1 WFGM, 920 AM WMMN, fightingfalcons.com

    Fairmont StateRecord: 0-1Head Coach: Mike Lopez, 6th Season at FSU (26-30)

    Falcon Stat LeadersRushing: Daniel Monroe - 19 att., 37 yds, 0 TDsPassing: Bobby Vega - 27-47, 321 yards, 0 TDs/2 INTsReceiving: Chris St. Hilaire - 8 rec., 108 yds, 0 TDsDefensive: Scott Davidson - 8 tckls (6 solo), Blckd kick

    Glenville StateRecord: 0-1Head Coach: Dave Hutcinson, 2nd Season at GSC (5-7)

    Pioneer Stat LeadersRushing: Rahmann Lee - 16 carries, 126 yds, 1 TDPassing: Darold Hughes - 31-51, 305 yds, 5 TDsReceiving: Orlandus Harris - 16 rec, 117 yds, 3TDsDefensive: Nate Ingersoll - 10 total tckls, 1 TFL

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    ord Overall Record 0-1WVIAC 0-0

    Non-Conference 0-1Home 0-0Away 0-1

    Head Coach (Year) ....Mike Lopez (6th)Record at FSU ................................ 26-30Off. Coord./Off. Line ..........Bryan FisherRBs/Special Teams ........ Ryan DumontWide Receivers ....................Josh BrownTight Ends.........................Gary LanhamQuarterbacks ............... Jeremy HarmerDef. Coordinator ......... Shahram ShafiiDefensive Line .................... Josh GorrellLinebackers .......................John MaranoSpecial Teams ............Richard Iaquinta

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    Director of Athletics ......... Rusty ElliottAthletic Trainer ..................... Bob CableVideo Coordinator ......Roger HayhurstDir. of Ath. Comm. .........Adam ZundellOffice Phone ......................304-367-426Cell Phone ........................304-657-0388E-mail .....azundell@fairmontstat.eduTwitter .................................... @azundell

    Glenville State .................... Statistical Category (NCAA Rank) ................. Fairmont State46.00 (21st) ............................................ Scoring Offense .........................................0.00 (136th)205.00 (41st) .......................................... Rushing Offense ...................................... 34.00 (129th)305.00 (26th) .........................................Passing Offense .........................................321.00 (21st)510.00 (20th) ............................................ Total Offense..........................................355.00 (75th)477.00 (140th) .......................................Rushing Defense ......................................155.00 (88th)207.44 (138th) .......................................Pass Effic. Defense .......................................127.29 (73rd)563.00 (133rd) ...........................................Total Defense ........................................291.00 (32nd)56.00 (135th) .......................................... Scoring Defense ............................................7.00 (17th)43.00 (12th) ................................................ Net Punting ...............................................21.75 (131st)24.00 (12th) ............................................... Punt Returns .........................................0.00 (T-92nd)25.17 (42nd) ............................................. Kickoff Returns ..........................................27.00 (30th)-1.00 (T-85th) .........................................Turnover Margin ...................................... -2.00 (108th)86.00 (9th) ............................................... Pass Defense ..........................................136.00 (25th)143.39 (55th) ............................................. Pass Efficiency ........................................ 106.26 (98th)0.00 (T-111th) ....................................................Sacks .................................................0.00 (T-111th)6.00 (73rd)............................................. Tackles For A Loss .........................................1.00 (136th)0.00 (1st) ................................................... Sacks Allowed .........................................2.00 (T-65th)

    The Game Fairmont State and Glenville State will each try to get back in the win column on Thursday night at 6:35 p.m. at I.L. and Sue Morris Stadium in the annual Battle of the Bit. Fans can watch the game live locally on WDTV with Joe Brocato and Jed Drenning calling the action. Fans can also listen to the game on 93.1 WFGM, 920 AM WMMN, or online at fight-ingfalcons.com. Live stats will be provided by the Glenville State athletic website. Fairmont State is coming off a tough 7-0 loss to Clarion in the season opener. The loss marked just the second time under head coach Mike Lopez that the Falcons have lost their opener. The Pioneers, on the other hand, did not lack offense against Carson-Newman, but still came up short in its first game of the season, 56-46. Fairmont State leads the all-time series between the two schools, 45-39-3. However, the Pioneers have won eight of the last 10 meetings between the two. The last two meetings between the two teams have gone into overtime, with the Pioneers coming away victorious on both occasions. Fairmont States last win in Glenville came in 2004, a 48-20 victory for the Falcons. Head coach Mike Lopez is 1-4 against GSC. He has never beaten the Pioneers in Glenville. Coach Lopez is 3-3 in games played on Thursday night since 2009. FSU lost last week against Clarion on a Thursday night. However, one of FSUs three Thursday night wins came against Glenville, a wild 50-37 affair in Fairmont in 2009. Fairmont State is looking to win its conference opener for the first time since 2005.

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    2012 Schedule / Results

    Aug. 30 Clarion Golden Eagles (1-0)

    Clarion, Pa. L, 0-7

    Date Opponent Site Series/Result Notes

    Sept. 6 Glenville StatePioneers (0-1)

    Glenville, W.Va. FSU 45-39-3

    Sept. 15 Bowie StateBulldogs (1-0)

    Bowie, Md. FSU 2-0

    Sept. 22 West LibertyHilltoppers (0-1)

    Fairmont, W.Va. FSU 38-36-5

    Sept. 29 Charleston Golden Eagles (1-0)

    Charleston, W.Va. UC 7-5-1

    Oct. 13 West Virginia WesleyanBobcats (0-1)

    Fairmont, W.Va. FSU 40-20-1

    Oct. 20 Seton Hill Griffins (0-1)

    Fairmont, W.Va. FSU 4-1

    Oct. 27 ConcordMountain Lions (1-0)

    Athens, W.Va. FSU 43-31-2

    Nov. 3 West Virginia State (1-0)

    Fairmont, W.Va. FSU 30-13-1

    Nov. 10 ShepherdRams (0-1)

    Shepherdstown, W.Va. FSU 32-30-7

    Schedule Notes Fairmont State will play just four games at Duvall-Rosier Stadium in 2012. The Falcons take on two non-conference opponents in Clarion and Bowie State. FSU will play three games on television this season. The Falcons and Clarion will play live on ROOT Sports to open the season on Aug. 30, fol-lowed by a live broadcast of the FSU-Glenville State game on Sept. 6 on WDTV. The Fairmont State-Seton Hill game will be broadcast (delay) on ROOT Sports. Homecoming is slated for Oct. 20 against Seton Hill. Fairmont States opponents posted a record of 52-67 in 2011. The Falcons hold a series edge against all but two opponents this season (Charleston and Clarion). However, FSU has just slim series leads (two games) against West Liberty and Shepherd. FSU will take on two CUs this season in Clarion and Concord, and will play two Golden Eagles in Clarion and Charleston.

    Game shown live on ROOT Sports Pittsburgh FSU shutout for first time since 2010 Falcons limited to 34 yards rushing in the

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    Game broadcast live on WDTV Last two games have gone into OT, both won

    by GSC WR Chris St. Hilaire with 186 yards receiving in

    last years meeting

    First trip to Bowie State for the Falcons FSU won 49-20 last year in Fairmont RB Daniel Monroe with 144 yds rushing and

    2 TDs

    FSU snapped 6-game losing streak last year WL has won last four at Duvall-Rosier Field LB Garrett Davis with sack, INT, fumble recov-

    ery last year vs. Hilltoppers

    FSU snapped 4-game losing streak last year WR/PR Matt Wilmer returned 3 punts for 96

    yards and set up FSU scores UC won 35-27 last time the two met in

    Charleston WVWC snapped 6-game losing streak to FSU

    last year Bobcats ranked 21st in last years game RB Daniel Monroe with 151 yds & 2 TDs last

    year Fairmont State Homecoming Game shown on delay on ROOT Sports Pitts Falcons have scored 30+ vs. Seton Hill in all 5

    meetings FSU won 38-20 in 2011

    CU has won 3-straight against the Falcons Mountain Lions held FSU to under 10 points in

    each of last 2 trips to Athens

    Senior Day for FSU Football FSU has won 2-straight over WV State Falcons scored 63 points at home vs. WVSU

    in 2010

    Shepherd has won 10 of last 11 matchups FSU has two wins at Shepherd since 1996 Rams only team to have a player with over

    100 yards rushing vs. FSU last year

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    Clarion Postgame Notes Quarterback Bobby Vegas 321 yards passing vs. Clarion were the most by a quarterback in Lopezs tenure as head coach. In fact, the 321 yards passing were the most by a Falcon quar-terback since Oct. 27, 2001, when Bryan Harman threw for 354 yards against Concord. Fairmont State was shutout for just the second time under offensive coordinator Bryan Fisher last week against Clarion. The last time the Falcons were held scoreless under Fisher was a 24-0 loss