What: Berry (4-1, 3-0 in SAA) @ U Chicago (4-0, 3-0 in SAA)
When: Saturday, Oct. 10, 1 p.m.
Where: Stagg Field, Chicago, IL
All Time Series: First Meeting
Radio: WRGA 98.7 FM/1470 AM, Tony McIntosh and Dave Garner
Audio on the Web: http://wrga.streamon.fm/
2015 Berry Roster: http://berryvikings.com/sports/fball/2015-16/roster
Berry Stats 2015: http://berryvikings.com/sports/fball/2015-16/teams/berry
Berry Last Week: The Berry College defense had five interceptions and Austin Lowe ran for 159 yards on 31 carries, as the Vikings defeated Washington University in St. Louis, 20-13, on Berry's Mountain Day. "Our offensive line opened some great holes," said Lowe. "I was able to just run, and every running back loves that." Preston Stewart led the Vikings' defense with seven tackles (five solo). Mamadou Soumahoro notched four tackles and one sack. The Vikings--which won its fourth straight contest--improved to 4-1 and 3-0 in the Southern Athletic Association. The visiting Bears dropped to 2-2 and 1-2 in the SAA. Dale Jackson tossed two second-quarter touchdown passes to Trey Ciresi (6 catches, 63 yards) which gave Berry a 17-6 lead. Jackson was 21-of-32 for 195 yards. "WashU is good team that usually makes few mistakes," said Berry Head Coach Tony Kunczewski. "But we forced them into some turnovers tonight." Berry-Wash U auido highlights
U. Chicago Last Week: Chandler Carroll ran for 245 rushing yards as the Maroons ground out a 28-14 victory at Birmingham-Southern College on Saturday. The Maroons are off to a 4-0 start for the third year in-a-row. They also improved to 3-0 in the Southern Athletic Association (SAA). The Panthers fell 3-2 overall and 1-2 in the SAA. A week after setting a new school record with 311 rushing yards, the sophomore carried 38 times for 245 yards and three touchdowns. He averaged 6.4 yards per carry as the offense imposed its will at the line of scrimmage. Burke Moser completed 12 of 28 for 149 yards and two interceptions. UChicago forced four turnovers defensively, but also committed three turnovers of its own. Alongside Beltrano's big performance, junior linebacker Jackson Garrey and freshman defensive end Stash Rowley tallied five tackles each. Junior nose tackle Eddie Giannina made four tackles with one sack and one forced fumble. Sophomore defensive end Peter Casey racked up three tackles, two tackles for loss and one sack.