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nadell repeats as player of the week;
dandridge goes into history books

Chase Nadell For the second week in a row, junior Chase Nadell (left) of the Muhlenberg football team was named special teams player of the week by the Centennial Conference.

Nadellís 80-yard kickoff return for a touchdown was the turning point in the Mulesí 38-3 win
Terrence Dandridge
Fewest Carries in a 100-Yard Game
player year opponent att-yds
Mickey Mottola 1980 Swarthmore 2-102
Alex Schmidt 1984 Lebanon Valley 3-102
Marty Binder 1947 Lafayette 4-120
Chris Farley 1969 Haverford 5-107
David Brown 1964 Gettysburg 6-115
Terrence Dandridge 2010 Juniata 9-104
John DeLuca 2006 Gettysburg 9-102
Justin Jones 2001 Hartwick 9-115
Charlie Kuntzleman 1960 F&M 9-111
against Juniata. After the Eagles took a 3-0 lead with a field goal late in the first quarter, Nadell brought the ensuing kickoff back, starting a run of 38 unanswered points by Muhlenberg.

Nadell also returned an interception for a touchdown, but the score was called back due to a penalty.

The touchdown was the second for Nadell; he also returned a kickoff for a touchdown against Union last year. The Mules have now returned 10 kickoffs for TDs in the last 11 years, and Nadell is the sixth player in program history with more than one touchdown on kickoff returns.

For the season, Nadell is averaging 38.1 yards per return.

Although sophomore running back Terrence Dandridge (right) wasnít named offensive player of the week, he accomplished a rarity when he rushed for 104 yards on only nine carries.

Dandridge is only the third Mule in the last 25 years, and only the ninth on record all-time, to gain 100 yards on fewer than 10 carries. Interestingly, the last two to achieve the feat, John DeLuca and Justin Jones, went on to earn CC player-of-the-year honors in future years.

Dandridge is second in the CC in rushing at 83.4 yards per game and is averaging 6.0 yards per carry. He is the first Muhlenberg sophomore to record three consecutive 100-yard games since all-time leading rusher Matt Bernardo in 2001.

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