Central Michigan at Toledo: Postgame Notes

- With nine catches for 108 yards, senior wide receiver Cody Wilson moved into fourth place on the CMU career receptions list (189) and into fifth place on the CMU receiving yards list (2,283).

- Wilson also extended his consecutive games with a catch streak to 34 games. He entered the game tied with West Virginia’s Tavon Austin for the third longest streak in the NCAA.

- Freshman defensive tackle Jabari Dean, in his second consecutive start, caused his first career fumble, stripping a Toledo wide receiver of the ball in the first quarter. Freshman defensive back Brandon Greer recorded his first career fumble recovery on the play.

- Redshirt sophomore wide receiver Deon Butler’s 32-yard reception in the second quarter was a career long. His previous long was 16 yards versus Toledo in 2011.

- Butler caught his first career touchdown pass later in the second quarter, a seven-yarder from Ryan Radcliff, making the game 21-10 in favor of CMU.

- Senior quarterback Ryan Radcliff tied a career high with four touchdown passes. He also threw four in a 48-41 win over Northern Illinois on October 1, 2011.

- Radcliff recorded his 12th career 300-yard passing game today, finishing with 327 yards through the air.

- Sophomore wide receiver Titus Davis scored a touchdown in his third straight game today, hauling in a 23-yard scoring pass early in the second quarter. He has totaled 12 touchdown receptions in just 17 career games. He finished the game with five receptions for 97 yards.

- Sophomore wide receiver Courtney Williams set a career-high with two touchdown receptions.

- Senior cornerback Anthony Young recorded his first career interception, picking off UT quarterback Terrance Owens in the second quarter. Owens had gone 277 pass attempts with throwing an interception.

- Central Michigan forced three turnovers (2 fumbles, 1 interception) in a game for the first time since causing four fumbles in a 26-22 win versus Western Michigan on November 5, 2010. Toledo entered the game with three turnovers through its first four games of the season.
- Freshman defensive back Kavon Frazier made his first career start.

- CMU will begin a four-game home stand and conclude its 2012 non-conference schedule on Friday, Oct. 12 when it welcomes Navy (2-3) to Kelly/Shorts Stadium on Military Day.

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