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It was over when QB Heath Parling rushed for a shake-and-bake gain of 12 yards early in the fourth quarter. The first down kept the clock moving, and it was all but over because of the way GVSU was playing defensively.

Game ball goes to sophomore linebacker David Talley. Talley led GVSU with eight total tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss. The Southfield, Mich. native also tallied 0.5 sacks and forced a fumble in the 17-3 Laker victory.

Stat of the game29. Wayne State came into Lubbers Stadium averaging 228 rushing yards per game, but was completely held in check by GVSU’s defensive front. The Warriors had just 29 total rushing yards on 26 carries.


DE Matt Mosley

Mosley, a junior, was a beast from his defensive end position. The Chicago, Ill. native notched six total tackles, three QB hurries, 2.0 tackles for loss and a sack. He also broke up a Carl Roscoe pass in the first quarter.

DB Deonté Hurst

Hurst was all over the field once again for GVSU’s defense. The senior, who was moved back to the safety position, recorded five total tackles, a fumble recovery, a pass breakup and a fourth-quarter interception.