University of Minnesota, Morris head football coach Marty Hoffmann recaps the loss against Martin Luther Saturday, Oct. 27, in Morris in the video above.
In the 41-28 loss, quarterback Justin Masloski threw for 360 yards in 23 completions. He also had three picks and was sacked five times.
Looking ahead to St. Scholastica Saturday, Nov. 3, in Duluth, the Saints are the second-ranked offense in the UMAC, averaging 28 points per game behind Martin Luther. Their defense is ranked fifth in the UMAC, giving up an average of 24.6 points per game.
Something UMM might be able to take advantage of is the Saints run defense, which is ranked dead last in the UMAC, giving up 243.5 rushing yards per game.
The Saints pass defense is also well-rounded, giving up a UMAC-leading 161.1 yards per game through eight games. They have picked the ball off only five times this season, which is lowest in the UMAC.
Offensively, St. Scholastica poses a threat as the Saints are ranked first in passing offense with 322.1 yards per game. Through eight games, they've accumulated over 2500 yards of passing in 206 completions and 22 touchdowns while throwing just 10 interceptions in 378 attempts.
UMM kicks off against St. Schlastica Saturday, Nov. 3, in Duluth.