Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Baker Football Remains at Number 2 in NAIA Coaches’ Poll

BALDWIN CITY, Kansas – The Baker University football remained perfect on Saturday, as they moved to 10-0 with its thrilling, 31-28, win over number 9 Missouri Valley and kept its number 2 ranking in the NAIA Football Coaches’ Top 25 poll, announced on Monday.

With a win this Saturday against Evangel, Baker would capture its first perfect 11-0 regular season in school history and would capture its 15th all-time conference title and third in four years.

The win would also give them an automatic bid into the NAIA-Football Championship Series (FCS) Playoffs, its fourth in the last five seasons.

Evangel comes to Baldwin City with a record of 4-6 and 2-2 in the Heart South. The game will kick off at 11 a.m. and will be broadcast worldwide on ESPN 3 and the Watch ESPN App, as well as locally on KSMO-TV.

Below is a look at the school records the ‘Cats have broken this season:

Individual Records
- Logan Brettell most offensive yards in a season, 3,869
- Logan Brettell most passing yards in a season, 3,630
- Logan Brettell most passing attempts in a season, 400
- Logan Brettell, consecutive attempts without an interception, 150
- Logan Brettell most completions in a season, 287
- Logan Brettell passing touchdowns in a game, 7
- Clarence Clark most kicking points in a game, 17
- Clarence Clark most receiving yards in career, 2,730

Team Records
- Tied for most wins in a regular season, 10
- Completions in a game, 39 vs CMU on 10-29-16
- Completions in a season, 316
- Passing yards in a game, 535 vs Culver-Stockton on 9-3-16
- Passing yards in a season, 3,989
- Passing yards per game, 398.9
- Passing TD’s in a season, 39
- Total yards in a season, 5,589
- Total yards per game in a season, 558.9

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