College football wrap: OJR product Ryan Brumfield delivers 75-yard TD run in Eastern Michigan loss

BUFFALO, N.Y. – Junior running back Ryan Brumfield (Owen J. Roberts) made the most of his two carries during Eastern Michigan’s 42-14 loss to Buffalo Saturday.

Brumfield took his second handoff 75 yards to the house to help the Eagles (1-4) salvage some respectability in the lopsided loss. For the season Brumfield has 24 carries for 162 yards and 2 TDs while adding 2 receptions for 49 yards and another score.


Sophomore Chris Muller (Boyertown) started at right guard as the Scarlet Knights improved to 4-1 overall with a thrilling 55-52 triple-overtime victory over SMU Saturday. With Muller’s help, Rutgers posted 474 yards of total offense.


Redshirt freshman WR Andrew Scanlan (Spring-Ford) saw time on special teams as the No.  17 Wildcats came up short down the stretch in a 40-30 loss to No. 3 Ohio State. The setback was the first of the season for Northwestern (4-1, 0-1 Big Ten).



Senior QB Trevor Sasek (Spring-Ford) got on the field at the end of the Blue Hens’ 62-28 loss to Maine Saturday. Delaware is now 4-2 on the season.



Senior QB Zach Zulli (Perkiomen Valley) accounted for 6 TDs as the Red Raiders routed Seton Hill 73-27 for their third straight victory. Zulli hit 32 of 43 passes for 395 yards and 4 scores while also reaching the end zone twice with 9 carries for 40 yards. Junior LB Chase Fleming (Upper Perkiomen) contributed on the other side of the ball for Shippensburg (3-2), racking up 3 solo tackles including 2 for a loss and registering one quarterback hit.


Senior DB Matt Galloway (St. Pius X) collected three tackles (one solo) and junior WR Casey Perlstein (Upper Perkiomen) got on the field as the Golden Bears slipped to 0-5 with a 58-10 loss to Slippery Rock, which got one tackle from redshirt sophomore LB Sam Funk (Owen J. Roberts).


Sophomore DE Ezra Ranco (Perkiomen Valley) recorded 6 tackles (2 solo, 1 TFL) as the Huskies improved to 5-0 by drilling Gannon 38-14.


Senior safety Dan Miller (Owen J. Roberts) assisted on one tackle and junior Kevin Bohl (Phoenixville) got the start at left tackle in the winless Marauders’ 62-3 loss to unbeaten Indiana (Pa). Millersville is now 0-5.


Freshman TE Zameer McDowell (Spring-Ford) played on special teams during the Vulcans’ 38-31 loss to undefeated West Chester (5-0) Saturday.


Sophomore DB Jon Neiman (Boyertown) saw action as the Warriors raised their record to 4-1 with a 48-28 conquest of Clarion.



Starting senior LG Wilmer Barndt (Boyertown) helped the unbeaten Golden Bears pile up 529 yards (383 passing) in a 52-44 victory over Moravian Saturday. Starting junior free safety Matt Glowacki (Spring-Ford) was one of several PAC-10 products contributing on the defensive side of the ball, collecting 3 tackles (2 solo), forcing a fumble and returning one kickoff for 18 yards. Also for Ursinus (5-0), senior DB Jovanni Waters (Perkiomen Valley) had one tackle, starting sophomore DE Steve Ambs (Pottsgrove) assisted on one tackle and junior DB Jeff Endy (Pottstown) got playing time.

For Moravian (0-5), junior Jacob McKee (Boyertown) started at right tackle, helping the Greyhounds accumulate 440 yards of offense, and junior DB David Siepietowski (Boyertown) also played.


The Aggies suffered their first loss of the season after four straight wins – a 19-16 setback at Lycoming (4-1) Saturday - despite the strong work of starting senior LT William Carter (Pottstown), who helped Delaware Valley post 22 first downs and 345 yards of total offense. Sophomore LB Rashaad Lighty (Pottstown) assisted on one tackle and had a pass break-up for the Aggies.


Sophomore placekicker Ryan O’Hara (Spring-Ford) was perfect on three PAT tries as the Pride took care of Stevenson 31-10 Saturday to improve to 3-2. For the season, O’Hara has hit all 14 of his extra-point kicks and gone 2-for-3 in field goal attempts.


Starting sophomore LT Ryan Ignatovig (Pope John Paul II) helped the Diplomats (3-2) roll up 397 yards of offense in a 35-14 win over Dickinson. Senior LB Tyler Pollick (St. Pius X) filled up the defensive stat sheet with 2 solo tackles, one sack and one forced fumble. For Dickinson, which amassed 331 yards of offense, senior Tyler Aston (Pottsgrove) was the starter at left guard.


Sophomore DB Darrius Bookard (Pottstown) returned an interception 41 yards but failed to reach the end zone at the end of the first half in the Colonels’ 17-6 loss to Lebanon Valley Saturday. The loss drops Wilkes to 2-3.


Starting freshman WR DaVon Mitchell (Perkiomen Valley) had on pass reception for 2 yards and freshman QB Hank Coyne (Spring-Ford) saw some action in Saturday’s 65-10 loss to unbeaten Johns Hopkins (5-0). Juniata fell to 3-2 with the loss.


Senior TE Patrick McMichael (Methacton) saw playing time in the Bullets’ 50-28 romp over McDaniel Saturday.