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Lenoir-Rhyne suffered its first loss of the season Saturday, and it wants to bounce back this week with a win at home.
The Bears play the Davidson Wildcats at 7 p.m. Saturday in Hickory. Lenoir-Rhyne is 1-1 this season, and Davidson is 0-1 after a 20-10 season-opening loss to Georgetown. The Bears lost 20-17 on Saturday to Concord.
This is the 20th meeting between Davidson and Lenoir-Rhyne, and the two teams have met every year since 2004. The series is tied at 8-8-1. The Bears evened the series in 2009 with a 42-0 win at Davidson, but the Wildcats won the past two games at Moretz Stadium.
â€¢ Lenoir-Rhyne has averaged 416 yards rushing after two games this season.
â€¢ The Davidson contest is the final of a three-game homestand to start the season for the Bears.
â€¢ Lenoir-Rhyne looks to start 2-1 on the season for the third straight year.
â€¢ Twelve players have carried the ball at least once for the Bears in 2010.
â€¢ Lenoir-Rhyne running back Gaston Miller has averaged 22.2 yards on just six carries this season and has 133 total rushing yards.
â€¢ In addition to rushing offense, L-R also leads the South Atlantic Conference in total offense with 487.5 yards per game.
â€¢ L-R has intercepted five passes so far this year.
â€¢ The Bears averaged 6,344 fans through its first two home games this season.
â€¢ L-R sophomore linebacker Chris Carter already has two tackles for a loss, 1-1/2 sacks, one interception and two fumble recoveries this year.
â€¢ In 1975, Lenoir-Rhyne set the college record for rushing yards. The Bears racked up 837 yards in a 69-14 win over the Davidson Wildcats. Current radio commentator Jack Huss was the Bears' head coach at the time.View more articles in: