No problem white lightning. Check out the article on Mount Union's DIII playoff win today and the performance of RB Nate Kmic, who had another unreal game. http://www2.muc.edu/athletics/athletics_archive/men_s_teams/ football/2008_Season/08fbgm11.aspx <H1>#1 Football Down Right Offensive Against Randolph-Macon </H1> <DIV => <H3 =publish id=ctl00_ctl00_Content_publishcontainer>Published On: 11/22/08 4 pm </H3> <H4 =author id=ctl00_ctl00_Content_authorcontainer>Author: Leonard Reich, Sports Information Director </H4> <UL> <LI>Box Score</LI>[/list] <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="40%" align=right> <T> <TR> <TD vAlign=top width="40%"></TD></TR> <TR> <TD vAlign=top width="40%">Nate Kmic has491 yards rushing and seven touchdowns in the last two weeks.</TD></TR></T></TABLE> (ALLIANCE, OH)--No. 1 ranked Mount Union College rolled up a season-high 420 yards rushing and 676 yards of total offense in a 56-0 shutout of Randolph-Macon (VA) College in an NCAA First Round Playoff game Saturday in Alliance, Ohio. All-American senior running back Nate Kmic (Delta/Delta) led the way for the Purple Raidersas he had 290 yards rushing on 20 carries with four touchdowns.The performance took Kmic over 7,000 careerrushing yards and with 7,214 yardsis 139shy ofNCAA Divsion III career rushing leader, R.J. Bowers of GroveCity, PA (7,383). Senior quarterback Greg Micheli (Upper Sandusky/Upper Sandusky) completed 11 of 13 pass for 218yardswith a touchdown to sophomore A.J. Claycomb (Medina/Medina), whilejunior wide receiver Cecil Shorts III (Cleveland/Collinwood) had four catches for 84 yards. This was all more than enough for a defense that allowedjust 53 yards rushing and 207 total yards even though Randolph-Macon (6-5) had the football for 36 minutes with16 more plays than the Raiders. Senior defensive back Daryl Ely(Winter Springs, FL/Winter Springs) had a 62-yard interception return for a touchdown,junior defensive back Drew McClain (Newark/Licking Valley) hadtwo of teams three sacks, while juniorRoger Stewart(Pleasantville/Fairfield Union) andsophomore Sam Kershaw (West Jefferson/West Jefferson) each had nine tackles to lead the unit. Steve Matthewsrushed 35 times for 50 yards and quarterback Austin Faulknercompleted 14-of-31 passes for 154 yards to lead Randolph-Macon. Micheli had a 13-yard touchdown run as Mount Union marched 64 yards in five playson game's opening drive to start the scoring. After a Yellow Jacket drive stalled on the next possession, the Raiders struck again in just two plays at Kmic had the longest run from scrimmage on the season with a 67-yard scamper to make it 14-0. Ely's interception return came on the ensuing drive and gave the Raiders a 21-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Both teams traded the football on three possessions in the second quarter before Mount Union got the ball back with under two left in the half. The Raiders went 73 yards in just three plays, highlighted by a 37 yard run by Kmic and Micheli nailed Claycomb from16 yards out toset the score at 28-0 at the break. The second half featured a heavy dose of Kmic as he had scoring runs of 9, 19 and aone-yard run on the first play of the fourth quarter to extend the lead to 49-0. Backup running back Scott Panchick (Natrona Heights, PA/Natrona Heights) finished the scoring with a 31 yardtouchdown run. Mount Union will host Hobart (NY) College, 33-15 winners over Lycoming (PA) College, in a second round game next Saturday at noon in Alliance.