Western Carolina Catamounts (3-8)


Sat. 8/31 Sat. 9/7 Sat. 9/14 Sat. 9/28 Sat. 10/5
vs. Merc
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@ NCSU
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vs. NorGre
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@ Chat
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vs. G-Webb
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D-I signings up during early period

(STATS) - The use of college football's early signing period grew in December among high school seniors.

The three-day signing period rose particularly in the FCS, where NCAA data indicates a nearly 17 percent increase of signings, from 675 during the first early period in 2017 to 811 this past Dec. 19-21. There were 1,825 early signings in the FBS, an increase of over 3 percent from the first year of the December period.

The early signing period has made the traditional signing period, which begins the first Wednesday in February and continues through April 1, somewhat anticlimactic on the FBS level, but there is plenty of signings remaining in the FCS.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: T. Adams2417
Passing TDs: T. Adams16
Rushing Yards: T. Adams1006
Rushing TDs: T. Adams10
Receiving Yards: J. Mathis602
Receiving TDs: O. Cosenke8
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2019
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/31 vs. Mercer TBA
9/7 at North Carolina State TBA
9/14 vs. North Greenville TBA
9/28 at Chattanooga TBA
10/5 vs. Gardner-Webb TBA
10/12 at Citadel TBA
10/19 at Wofford TBA
10/26 vs. Furman TBA
11/2 at VMI TBA
11/9 vs. ETSU TBA
11/16 vs. Samford TBA
11/23 at Alabama TBA
Southern
  Conference Overall
13 Wofford 6-2 9-4
22 ETSU 6-2 8-4
Furman 6-2 6-4
Samford 5-3 6-5
Chattanooga 4-4 6-5
Mercer 4-4 5-6
Citadel 4-4 5-6
Western Carolina 1-7 3-8
Virginia Military 0-8 1-10
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 5109 (20)
Passing Yards: 2813 (32)
Rushing Yards: 2296 (29)
Points per game: 31.5 (31)
Yards per game: 464.5 (18)
Touchdowns: 41 (41)
Field Goals: 17 (8)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 5391 (114)
Passing Yards: 2880 (104)
Rushing Yards: 2511 (110)
Points per game: 41.0 (117)
Yards per game: 490.1 (117)
Touchdowns: 56 (116)
Field Goals: 13 (102)
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