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    Miami (OH) 30, Southern Illinois 14
    Oxford, Ohio // Yager Stadium // Attendance: 17,725

    - SIU has recorded at least one sack in 17 consecutive games and 30 of the last 31 games.

    - SIU outgained its FBS opponent for the second year in a row. Southern outgained Ole Miss last year by 105 yards.

    - All five of SIU's forced turnovers this year have been fumble recoveries. Southern recovered 11 total fumbles in 2011.

    - True freshman Brandon Williams played backup nose tackle. Williams, TJ Beelen, Austin Johnson, and Kaleb Humphrey are the four true freshmen to see time this year.

    - Jayson DiManche recorded a sack, giving him 26.0 tackles for loss in his career. With that number, DiManche moved into a tie for 11th place for career tackles for loss. DiManche is 3.0 tackles for loss away from tying Bart Scott for ninth place on the all-time list.

    - Miami's leading rusher was Spencer Treadwell with 73 yards. Dating back to the Northern Iowa game in 2011, Southern Illinois has only allowed one 100-yard rusher in the last seven games. Shakir Bell rushed for 137 yards in Southern's 35-28 win at Indiana State last year.

    - Mika'il McCall has accounted for five of SIU's six touchdowns during the first two games. Last year's Iowa product, Jewel Hampton, scored four touchdowns in his first two games.

    - Carlton Lewis set a career high with 11 tackles. His previous career high was five, which he recorded last week. Lewis also recorded 2.0 tackles for loss, a career high.

    - Terrell Wilson's career high in tackles had been seven, which he recorded four times in 2011. Wilson had nine tackles.

    - Mika'il McCall set a career high in rushing yards with 74. His previous career high was 61 against Tennessee Tech when he was at Iowa.

    - David Lewis set a career high in receiving yards with 64. His previous career high, 61 yards, was set last week at Eastern Illinois.