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11/12/16 - Domique Allen threw for a touchdown and ran for another, Jonathan King returned a fumble 54 yards for a TD and The Citadel won its 10th straight after downing VMI 30-20 in Saturday's Military Classic of the South. The Bulldogs (10-0, 8-0 Southern Conference), who had their first undefeated conference season, face No. 17 North Carolina next Saturday. Trailing 17-7 at halftime, VMI (3-7, 1-6) rallied to within 23-20 after Tyain Smith's 5-yard scoring run, but The Citadel put the game out of reach in the fourth after Jonathan Dorogy's 17-yard TD run. Allen was 6 of 14 for 133 yards passing and 113 yards rushing. He threw an 8-yard TD pass to Tyler Renew and scored on a 7-yard run. Jake Paladino threw a 27 yard TD pass to Aaron Sanders and VMI scored on a trick play after backup quarterback Austin Coulling lateraled to tight end Ryan Swingle, who hit Coulling on a 30-yard TD pass. - AP Sports
11/11/16 - NOV 7 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tyler Renew, The Citadel, Sr., RB, Columbia, S.C.,...Senior Tyler Renew rushed for a career-high 285 yards and a personal-best three touchdowns as The Citadel stayed unbeaten with a 37-34 overtime win over No. 18 Samford on Saturday. Renew narrowly missed the school mark of 286 rushing yards set in 1988. It was the highest rushing performance in the SoCon this season and the second-highest in the FCS. Renew’s 285 yards was the first 200-yard rushing performance at The Citadel since 2013 and the most by a SoCon player since Georgia Southern’s Jerick McKinnon rushed for 316 against Central Arkansas in 2012. Other Nominees: Drake Powell (ETSU), Reese Hannon (Furman), John Russ (Mercer), Devlin Hodges (Samford), Terryon Robinson (Western Carolina) and Brandon Goodson (Wofford). - Southern Conference Football
11/07/16 - Tyler Renew had 45 carries for 285 yards and three touchdowns, Cody Clark made a 36-yard field goal in overtime and The Citadel beat Samford 37-34 on Saturday to set a program record with its ninth straight victory. Renew was two carries and a yard away from tying two single-game school records. The Citadel (9-0, 7-0 Southern Conference) trailed 34-24 with 6:17 remaining but Renew capped a five-play, 72-yard drive with a short TD and Clark tied it with 3 seconds left on a 34-yard field goal. On the second possession of overtime, Reece Everett's 44-yard field-goal attempt hit the upright for Samford (6-3, 4-2). Cam Jackson added 100 yards rushing and one touchdown for The Citadel, which has a share of the SoCon title for the second straight year. Renew's other two scores came from 55 and 58 yards out as The Citadel outgained Samford 463-93 on the ground. Devlin Hodges threw for 280 yards and two touchdowns, and ran for 94 yards and two scores for Samford. Kelvin McKnight made nine catches for 118 yards. - AP Sports
10/15/16 - SEPT 5 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tyler Renew, The Citadel, Sr., RB, Columbia, S.C.,...Senior running back Tyler Renew helped The Citadel open the season with a 24-23 comeback win at Mercer on Thursday night. Renew carried 27 times for 146 yards and a touchdown. He scored on a 70-yard run on just the second play of the game to give the Bulldogs an early lead. Renew also caught one pass for 15 yards. Renew now has rushed for at least 100 yards in four of his last five games, dating back to last season. Other Nominees: Austin Herink (ETSU), Darius Morehead (Furman), John Russ (Mercer), Devlin Hodges (Samford), Alejandro Bennifield (Chattanooga), Quan Myers (VMI), Detrez Newsome (Western Carolina) and Brad Butler (Wofford). - Southern Conference Football