Day was 4-7 for 23 yards and had a fourth quarter 13-yard touchdown pass to Charlie Rollins (Miles College/Alabama State University).
supplied the Maulers only offense of the night, scoring both of the Maulers touchdowns.His
first score came midway through the second quarter, on a two yard run.Rollins
followed the second quarter score by completing a two-point conversion.Rollins
had combined for 121 rushing/receiving yards in the loss.
is coming off a season-high three-touchdown night versus Greensboro.He
had 28 carries for 105 yards and completed a two-point conversion late in the fourth quarter.
"[Running back] Charlie
[Rollins] has had a tremendous season this year and really captained our team; between his
ability and the talent of Keldrick, we are going to be strong when it comes to running the ball.
Day and Rollins
continued the scoring frenzy in the second quarter, both collecting a touchdown score to give the Maulers
the 35-14 advantage at the end of the first half.
...Rollins led the Maulers offensively Saturday night, scoring three touchdowns, converting a two-point conversion and racking up 111 total offensive yards.
"[The Revolution] came back in the second half, but we stuck together and did what we needed to do to get the win…Charlie [Rollins] had a tremendous game and each of the guys did what they needed to do to get the job done…We scored when we needed to and the defense was able to contain Greensboro's momentum in the overtime period," said Mink
Running back Charlie Rollins
(Alabama State University) opened up the second quarter with a one-yard touchdown run.
led the Mauler offensive front scoring three touchdowns and averaging just under five yards per carry in last Saturday's win.
Mauler players to watch this weekend: Running Back Charlie Rollins
(Alabama State University) and Defensive Back Jamaal Fletcher (Alabama State University).Rollins led the Maulers offensively against the Marshals, averaging four yards per carry for 92 yards and scoring two touchdowns.
...The Maulers led most of the first half on Saturday thanks to Maulers' running back Charlie Rollins (Alabama State University).
two touchdowns in the first half helped Montgomery secure the 21-17 advantage at halftime.
Despite the dual touchdown runs in the first half, the Marshall defense was able to contain Rollins
in the second half; Rollins
was held scoreless and limited to just 28 yards in the third and fourth quarter.
Running back Charlie Rollins
(Alabama State University) had not had a touchdown all season prior to Saturday's game and was averaging under two yards per carry; in addition to scoring a touchdown, Rollins
average carry to just under four yards in Saturday's game.
"I see how these guys are playing; Holmes, Richardson, Rollins
, the whole team really, and I just don't understand how these guys haven't won more games than they have," said Mink
...In addition to Holmes three-touchdown night, the Maulers had five other players contribute to the 65-point scoring frenzy; Richardson and wide receiver Machion Sanders (Alabama State University) both had two touchdowns in the win, while running backs Kevin Campbell (Troy State University) and Rollins each contributed a touchdown score.
"If you can establish the running game, the passing will come," said Rollins
"I've got to put up numbers now," said Rollins
In the Maulers
62-12 win over Beaumont on Saturday
totaled 42 yards on 11 carries.Even better, in the week nine win over Greensboro, Rollins
racked up 119 yards on 19 carries.
That kind of security with Rollins
is something that would give the 3-5 Maulers
some hope in the playoff hunt.
They were asked to run plays they had only practiced twice and were playing under an altered coaching staff ... offensive line was outstanding, giving J.R. [Richardson] time to throw the ball and Shaun [Holmes], [running back] Charlie Rollins
and the rest of the offense the opportunity to get open and score," said Mink
...Charlie Rollins (Miles College) had one touchdown in Saturday's 45-37 win.
It came in the closing minutes of the first half.Rollins
also scrambled for 116 yards on 19 carries.
The Mauler defense held the Revolution
to 37 points, 13 less than their season average, while forcing the Revolution's
quarterback, Fernie Garza
(Carthage College), to throw three interceptions.Defensive Back Jamaal Fletcher (Alabama State University) had perhaps one of the biggest defensive plays of the game when he
picked off a 19-yard pass ending the Revolutions offensive drive from the Maulers
own 20-yardline late in the fourth quarter.