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Notes: Florida State 48, Duke 7
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 10/27/2012
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Duke at Florida State
October 27, 2012
Doak S. Campbell Stadium (Tallahassee, Fla.)

Duke recovered four Seminole fumbles on the day, giving the Blue Devils 11 defensive fumble recoveries on the season ... Duke has caused 19 turnovers this season, 11 of which came on fumbles ... the four fumble recoveries mark the second time this season that Duke has forced four turnovers in a game with the last coming in a 34-27 road win at Wake Forest (two interceptions, two fumble recoveries)

TE ISSAC BLAKENEY: Recorded a career-high four receptions for a total of 38 yards ... hauled in a 20-yard reception on 3rd-and-16

S JORDON BYAS: Finished with 11 tackles for his fourth double-digit tackle game this season and fifth consecutive game with at least eight stops ... since returning to the team in week four after a three-week injury hiatus to start the season, Byas has logged at least eight tackles in five of six games and 10 or more stops in four of his last five games

S WALT CANTY: Recorded six tackles and recovered a fumble ... extended a streak of 16 consecutive games with at least five tackles

CB ROSS COCKRELL: Recorded his ACC-leading 11th pass breakup and 15th pass defended this season ... caused his first career fumble in the third quarter, which was recovered by safety Dwayne Norman ... logged seven tackles, marking the seventh game this season in which he has totaled at least five tackles

RB JELA DUNCAN: Scored his fourth rushing touchdown in 5 games when he ran in from three yards out in the second quarter ... Duncan’s four rushing touchdowns rank as the fifth most by a freshman in Duke history ... led Duke with 46 rushing yards, marking the fifth time this season he has led Duke in rushing

NG STEVEN INGRAM: Recorded his first career caused fumble

K ROSS MARTIN: Increased his Duke freshman scoring record to 75 points with a PAT … missed a 24-yard field goal in the third quarter to snap a streak of 13 consecutive made field goals ... moved into sixth place on Duke’s single-season PATs made list with 33

WR MAX McCAFFREY: Finished with two receptions for 31 yards for his first career receptions ... caught passes of 13 yards and 18 yards

P WILL MONDAY: Booted 12 punts for 486 yards and an average of 40.5 yards per punt ... the 12 punts and 486 punt yards were both Duke freshman records, surpassing the previous records of 12 punts for 450 yards held by Kevin Jones (2007 vs. Georgia Tech) ... Monday’s season punting average moved to 44.53, which ranks fourth on Duke’s single-season list and first on Duke’s freshman list

S DWAYNE NORMAN: Recovered two fumbles, tying the school’s single-game record, and forced a fumble ... carded a career-high 13 tackles ... finished as Duke’s leading tackler for first time in his career

QB SEAN RENFREE: Completed 13 passes for 92 yards before leaving the game with a concussion suffered in the second quarter … pushed his career passing yardage total to 8,237, the 17th highest total on the ACC’s all-time list and 153 yards shy of Florida State’s Chris Rix (8,390) for 16th place … increased his career pass completion total to 778 and moved into eighth place on the ACC’s all-time chart, passing Boston College’s Matt Ryan (772) on the list … extends own Duke record for consecutive games with at least 10 pass completions to 32 … ended a streak of eight consecutive games with at least 20 pass completions and another streak of 25 consecutive games with at least 200 passing yards

WR DESMOND SCOTT: Became the third player in ACC history with 1,000 rushing, 1,000 receiving and 1,000 kickoff return yards, joining a list that includes Clemson’s CJ Spiller (2006-09) and Virginia’s Frank Quale (1966-68) ... became the 13th player in ACC history with over 1,000 rushing and 1,000 receiving yards ... caught two passes for 16 yards to push his career total to 1,001 receiving yards ... has 1,159 rushing and 1,114 kickoff return yards for his career ... extended his streak of consecutive games with at least one pass reception to 35, tying the third-longest streak in Duke history, trailing Conner Vernon (44, active) and Donovan Varner (37), and matching Scottie Montgomery (35) … active streak is the seventh-longest among active players nationally … pushed his streak of consecutive games with at least two catches to 17 … has now caught two or more passes in 31 games, tying for the seventh-highest career total in Duke history

WR CONNER VERNON: Finished the day with three receptions for 12 yards for his lowest receiving yardage output since a two-yard performance against Virginia in 2010 ... it was only the fourth time in Vernon’s 44 career games that he finished with less than 20 receiving yards ... increased his ACC career record total to 251 receptions … extended own school record for most games with two or more receptions with 43 … extended his own school record streak of consecutive games with at least one reception to 44 – also the longest active streak in the nation – to tie the ACC record held by North Carolina’s Corey Holliday … extended his streak of consecutive games with at least two receptions to 24 – the third-longest streak in Duke history behind Hines (28) and Varner (27)