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Friday, August 29, 2008

University of Indianapolis: Rush Offense Key in Convincing Opening Win

Indianapolis 40 - Kentucky Wesleyan 14

University of Indianapolis Release

OWENSBORO, Ky.- The Greyhound rushing attack piled-up 418 yards along the ground to lead the visitors past Kentucky Wesleyan, 40-14 at Bullet Wilson Field in the season opener Thursday night. The Hounds ran early and often, with two backs going over the century mark in rushing-- senior Craig Jenkins (132 yards) and redshirt freshman Deontrai Campbell (127).

Campbell put UIndy (1-0 overall) up 7-0 virtually by himself, taking the handoff five straight times in the Hounds' first drive, culminating in a 9-yard run for the score. After a KWC (0-1) missed field goal, Campbell and Jenkins teamed to rush for 71 more yards, setting up true freshman Rob Doyle's 1-yard run for a 14-0 Greyhound advantage.

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