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2009 Kent State Golden Flashes football team

 

2009 Kent State Golden Flashes football team

2009
Conference Mid-American Conference East
2009 record 5–7 (4–4 MAC)
Head coach Doug Martin
Offensive coordinator A.J. Pratt
Defensive coordinator Pete Rekstis
Home stadium Dix Stadium

The 2009 Kent State Golden Flashes football team represented Kent State University in the 2009 college football season. They competed in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) college football during the football season. Kent State competed as a member of the Mid-American Conference (MAC) East Division. The team was coached by Doug Martin and played their homes game at Dix Stadium. The finished with a record of 5–7 (4–4 MAC).

Before the season

Recruiting

Schedule

Date Time Opponent Site TV Result Attendance
September 3 7:00 p.m. Coastal Carolina* Dix StadiumKent, OH W 18–0   16,481[1]
September 12 2:00 p.m. at Boston College* Alumni StadiumChestnut Hill, MA ESPN360 L 7–34   25,165[2]
September 19 7:00 p.m. Iowa State* Dix Stadium • Kent, OH ESPN360 L 14–34   15,808[3]
September 26 7:00 p.m. Miami (OH) Dix Stadium • Kent, OH W 29–19   15,235[4]
October 3 7:00 p.m. at Baylor* Floyd Casey StadiumWaco, TX L 15–31   27,047[5]
October 10 3:30 p.m. Bowling Green Dix Stadium • Kent, OH (Battle for the Anniversary Award) FSN L 35–36   15,211[6]
October 17 4:00 p.m. at Eastern Michigan Rynearson StadiumYpsilanti, MI W 28–6   2,401[7]
October 24 2:00 p.m. at Ohio Peden StadiumAthens, OH W 20–11   17,968[8]
October 31 2:00 p.m. Western Michigan Dix Stadium • Kent, OH W 26–14   15,206[9]
November 7 3:30 p.m. at Akron InfoCision StadiumAkron, OH (Battle for the Wagon Wheel) FSN L 20–28   20,802[10]
November 21 1:00 p.m. at Temple Lincoln Financial FieldPhiladelphia, PA L 13–47   21,046[11]
November 27 2:00 p.m. Buffalo Dix Stadium • Kent, OH ESPNU L 6–9   15,131[12]
*Non-conference game. Homecoming. #Rankings from Coaches' Poll released prior to game. All times are in Eastern Time.
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Roster

As of 2009-07-22[14]

Wide Receivers

  • 3 Derek McBryde - Senior
  • 5 Tyshon Goode - Freshman
  • 8 Mathew Hurdle - Freshman
  • 9 Phil Garner - Senior
  • 12 Sam Kirkland - Sophomore
  • 13 Leneric Muldrow - Junior
  • 15 Kendrick Pressley - Sophomore
  • 16 Mark Woodson - Senior
  • 17 Ed Cazenave - Freshman
  • 20 Arthur Beck - Senior
  • 26 Jameson Konz - Senior
  • 82 Chris Gordon - Sophomore
  • 83 Daamon Cooper - Freshman
  • 85 Aaron Robinson - Junior
  • 87 Jeff Walker - Freshman

Offensive Line

  • 50 Matt Conroy - Senior
  • 55 Chris Anzevino - Sophomore
  • 61 Josh Kline - Freshman
  • 64 Seamus Garvey - Freshman
  • 65 Kent Cleveland - Freshman
  • 66 Brian Winters - Freshman
  • 69 Michael Fay - Sophomore
  • 70 Tyler Arend - Freshman
  • 71 Charles Laster - Sophomore
  • 73 Aaron Cooper - Junior
  • 75 Dante Campbell - Senior
  • 76 Mike Roder - Senior
  • 77 Max Plunkett - Freshman
  • 78 Pat Reedy - Junior

Tight Ends

  • 24 Jonathan Simpson - Junior
  • 81 Justin Thompson - Sophomore
  • 84 Lester Troutman - Senior
  • 87 Nick Masters - Junior
 

Quarterbacks

  • 2 Sal Battles - Sophomore
  • 5 Jon Brown - Senior
  • 7 Anthony Magazu - Senior
  • 11 Spencer Keith - Freshman
  • 14 Giorgio Morgan - Sophomore

Running Backs

  • 6 Eugene Jarvis - Senior
  • 10 Andre Flowers - Junior
  • 22 Jacquise Terry - Sophomore
  • 25 Anthony Bowman - Junior
  • 28 Dri Archer - Freshman
  • 32 Alan Vanderink - Junior
  • 36 Norman Wolfe - Sophomore

Defensive Line

  • 20 Quinton Rainey - Junior
  • 49 Monte Simmons - Junior
  • 52 Dana Brown - Freshman
  • 54 DeVonte' Helms - Freshman
  • 67 Aaron Hull - Senior
  • 74 Sam Frist - Senior
  • 77 Lee Stalker - Sophomore
  • 89 Chris Favazzo - Sophomore
  • 91 Ryan Jude - Freshman
  • 92 Andrew Christopher - Freshman
  • 93 Ishmaa'ily Kitchen - Sophomore
  • 94 Kevin Hogan - Senior
  • 97 Zach Williams - Junior
 

Linebackers

  • 3 Will Johnson - Junior
  • 4 C.J. Steward - Freshman
  • 11 Cobrani Mixon -' Junior
  • 30 Luke Batton - Freshman
  • 34 Ryan Hidalgo - Sophomore
  • 35 Dorian Wood - Junior
  • 42 Joshua Stover - Freshman
  • 44 Byron Tyson - Sophomore
  • 51 Anthony Mirando - Senior
  • 53 Kyle Reese - Sophomore
  • 56 Howard Bowens - Junior
  • 57 Jake Dooley - Freshman
  • 58 Danny Gress - Freshman
  • 59 Kent Walker - Freshman
  • 90 Joe Tymoszczuk - Junior
  • 96 Marc Lechlitner - Sophomore

Defensive Backs

  • 1 Darius Polk - Freshman
  • 2 Josh Pleasant - Sophomore
  • 4 Mark Follen - Freshman
  • 7 Fabrice Pratt - Freshman
  • 8 Adam Richey - Senior
  • 12 Kenneth Watley. Jr. - Sophomore
  • 14 Sidney Saulter - Freshman
  • 18 Garrick Piggott - Freshman
  • 19 Mike Daniels - Freshman
  • 20 Leon Green - Freshman
  • 21 Danny Sadler - Senior
  • 23 Chris Gilbert - Sophomore
  • 25 Brian Hummer - Sophomore
  • 27 Greg Keys - Senior
  • 29 B.G Walters - Senior
  • 31 Brian Lainhart - Junior
  • 33 Calvin Taylor - Junior
  • 37 Kirk Belgrave - Senior
  • 38 Dan Hartman - Junior
  • 39 Corey Cox - Junior
  • 43 J.J. Pankewicz - Sophomore

Punters

  • 46 Matt Rinehart - Sophomore
  • 47 Jake Kilroy - Senior

Kickers

  • 41 Will Kandray - Junior
  • 45 Freddy Cortez - Freshman
  • 98 Nate Reed - Senior

Long Snappers

  • 62 Trip Ison - Freshman
  • 63 Alex Thomasson - Sophomore
  • 68 Vinny Matarazzo - Junior

Other Players

  • 15 Zack Gonosz - Freshman
† Starter at position     * Injured; will not play in 2009.

Coaching staff

Name Position Year at school
Doug Martin Head Coach 6th
Craig Aukerman Linebackers Coach 1st
Matt Edwards Defensive Ends Coach 4th
Larry McDaniel Interior Defensive Linemen Coach 7th
Jerry McManus Assistant Head Coach
Running Backs Coach
5th
Richard McNutt Cornerbacks Coach 1st
Reno Ferri Recruiting Coordinator
Running Backs Coach
6th
A.J. Pratt Offensive Coordinator
Wide Receivers Coach
10th
Pete Rekstis Defensive Coordinator
Safeties Coach
6th
Terry Tilghman Offensive Line Coach 4th
Zane Vance Recruiting Coordinator
Tight Ends Coach
6th
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Game notes

Coastal Carolina

1 2 3 4 Total
Chanticleers 0 0 0 0 0
Golden Flashes 2 0 7 9 18

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

  • 04:36 KENT Hogan Safety 2-0 KENT

2nd Quarter

3rd Quarter

  • 07:49 KENT Flowers 5-yard run (Cortez kick) 9-0 KENT

4th Quarter

  • 11:57 KENT Jarvis 4-yard run (Cortez kick) 16-0 KENT
  • 03:42 KENT Team Safety 18-0 KENT


Boston College

1 2 3 4 Total
Golden Flashes 0 0 0 7 7
Eagles 14 10 10 0 34


Iowa State

1 2 3 4 Total
Cyclones 17 10 7 0 34
Golden Flashes 7 0 0 7 14

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

  • 11:56 ISU Mahoney 20-yard field goal 3-0 ISU
  • 08:45 KENT Archer 44-yard pass from Keith (Cortez kick) 3-7 KENT
  • 04:57 ISU Williams 22-yard pass from Arnaud (Mahoney kick) 10-7 ISU
  • 02:52 ISU Arnaud 9-yard run (Mahoney kick) 17-7 ISU

2nd Quarter

  • 12:42 ISU Arnaud 3-yard run (Mahoney kick) 24-7 ISU
  • 01:49 ISU Mahoney 37-yard field goal 27-7 ISU

3rd Quarter

  • 10:10 ISU Robinson 15-yard run (Mahoney kick) 34-7 ISU

4th Quarter

  • 06:43 KENT McBryde 8-yard pass from Keith (Cortez kick) 34-14 ISU


Miami (OH)

1 2 3 4 Total
Redhawks 3 7 6 3 19
Golden Flashes 6 13 7 3 29

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

  • 4:48 MIAMI Cook 28-yard field goal 3-0 MIAMI
  • 4:34 KENT Bowman 92-yard kickoff return (Cortez kick failed) 3-6 KENT

2nd Quarter

  • 13:18 KENT Archer 28-yard run (Cortez kick) 3-13 KENT
  • 7:49 KENT Cortez 37-yard field goal 3-16 KENT
  • 2:35 KENT Cortez 42-yard field goal 3-19 KENT
  • 0:04 MIAMI Rogers 9-yard pass from Dysert (Cook kick) 10-19 KENT

3rd Quarter

  • 5:54 KENT Konz 56-yard pass from Keith (Cortez kick) 10-26 KENT
  • 2:52 MIAMI Merriweather 1-yard run (Dysert pass failed) 16-26 KENT

4th Quarter

  • 1:19 Cortez 34-yard field goal 19-26 KENT


Baylor

1 2 3 4 Total
Golden Flashes 7 0 6 2 15
Bears 7 14 7 3 31


Bowling Green

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 0 17 0 19 36
Golden Flashes 14 0 14 7 35

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

  • 13:12 KENT Kirkland 86-yard run (Cortez kick) 0-7 KENT
  • 03:12 KENT Rainey 82-yard blocked field goal return (Cortez kick) 0-14 KENT

2nd Quarter

  • 12:14 BGSU Hodges 11-yard pass from Sheehan (Norsic kick) 7-12 KENT
  • 07:10 BGSU Barnes 8-yard pass from Sheehan (Norsic kick) 14-14
  • 01:45 BGSU Norsic 21-yard field goal 17-14 BGSU

3rd Quarter

  • 10:58 KENT Archer 3-yard pass from Keith (Cortez kick) 17-21 KENT
  • 03:44 KENT Terry 12-yard run (Cortez kick) 17-28 KENT

4th Quarter

  • 13:37 BGSU Barnes 2-yard pass from Sheehan (Sheehan pass failed) 23-28 KENT
  • 12:08 KENT Terry 3-yard run (Cortez kick) 23-35 KENT
  • 04:29 BGSU Barnes 45-yard pass from Sheehan (Norsic kick) 30-35 KENT
  • 00:05 BGSU Sheehan 9-yard run (Sheehan rush failed) 36-35 BGSU


Eastern Michigan

1 2 3 4 Total
Golden Flashes 14 0 7 7 28
Eagles 6 0 0 0 6


Ohio

1 2 3 4 Total
Golden Flashes 0 3 3 14 20
Bobcats 3 0 0 8 11

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

  • 7:40 OHIO Weller 22-yard field goal 0-3 OHIO

2nd Quarter

  • 4:44 KENT Cortez 30-yard field goal 3-3

3rd Quarter

  • 5:14 KENT Cortez 26-yard field goal 6-3 KENT

4th Quarter

  • 10:14 KENT Goode 3-yard pass from Keith (Cortez kick) 13-3 KENT
  • 7:02 KENT Goode 15-yard pass from Keith (Cortez kick) 20-3 KENT
  • 2:18 OHIO Brazill 87-yard punt return (Caldwell pass from Jones) 20-11 KENT


Western Michigan

1 2 3 4 Total
Broncos 0 7 0 7 14
Golden Flashes 3 10 7 6 26

Scoring Summary

1st quarter

  • 8:57 KENT Cortez 24-yard field goal 0-3 KENT

2nd Quarter

  • 11:22 WMU Ponder 2-yard pass from Hiller (Potter kick) 7-3 WMU
  • 8:17 KENT Cortez 39-yard field goal 7-6 WMU
  • 2:36 KENT Goode 34-yard pass from Spencer (Cortez kick) 7-13 KENT

3rd Quarter

  • 12:01 KENT Goode 19-yard pass from Keith (Cortez kick) 7-20 KENT

4th Quarter

  • 8:31 WMU Arnheim 9-yard pass from Hiller (Potter kick) 14-20 KENT
  • 5:35 KENT Terry 15-yard run (Keith pass failed) 14-26 KENT


Akron

1 2 3 4 Total
Golden Flashes 3 10 0 7 20
Zips 7 7 7 7 28


Temple

1 2 3 4 Total
Golden Flashes 3 7 0 3 13
Owls 0 9 24 14 47


Buffalo

1 2 3 4 Total
Bulls 0
Golden Flashes 0



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