loss at North Central (Ill.), 28-9.
Josh was the Polar Bear's 5th leading tackler on defense this season with 61 stops, 4 being for losses and he also had 1 interception.
Kyle had a very productive season and a 4-year career that, statistically, will go down as one of the best ever at ONU. For the 2010 season, he had 2,023 passing yards to go along with 670 rushing yards and 29 total touchdowns (19 passing, 10 rushing).
He will end his career having the most rushing yards (1,336) of any QB in ONU history, the highest career completion percentage at 59.1%, the 2nd most completions with 448, the 4th most passing yards all-time with 5,479 and maybe most impressively, Kyle will leave with more total yards than any other player in Polar Bear history with 6,815.
Kyle was also named All-OAC 1st Team for the 2nd straight year.
Wow. Two shining examples of student-athletes. Congrats to both on a great run and thank you for making Orrville proud.