OBERLIN, OH. – The Little Giants had big contributions from offense, defense, and special teams Saturday rolling past Oberlin, 55-18.
Wabash scored five touchdowns on offense, one defensive score, a punt return from the special teams and two Andrew Tutsie field goals. The Little Giants flexed their muscles on the line and on the ground with 291 rushing yards.
Senior back Mason Zurek had a monster of a day with 208 yards of total offense. He rushed for 164 on 16 carries and added 44 more on a big first quarter catch. One of the biggest highlights of the day was Zurek's third-quarter, 76-yard scoring run.
"He's a big guy, he has speed as you saw," Coach Erik Raeburn said. "He can break one and go the distance. He's good between the tackles. We also feel like he's a good blocker. We feel like he is going to catch it out of the backfield if we throw it anywhere near him. He's the complete guy with a ton of experience to go with all of that talent. Any time he touches it we feel like we have a chance for some good things to happen."