College Football

more stats

 
Chas Gessner, WR, Brown (Sr., 6-5, 200, Hyattsville, MD)
2002 Game-by-Game Statistics
  Date Opponent Rec. Rec. Yards Rec. TDs All- Purpose Yds Total TDs Avg. yds. per Game Results  
9/21 at Towson 11 168 3 168 3 168.0 Loss 56-42
9/28 Harvard 10 150 2 150 2 150.0 Loss 26-24
10/5 at Rhode Island 24 207 2 207 2 207.0 Loss 38-28
10/12 at Fordham 12 0 12 0 12.0 Loss 24-17
10/19 at Princeton 9 80 0 89 0 80.0 Loss 16-14
10/26 Cornell 12 91 0 98 0 91.0 Loss 10-7
11/2 at Pennsylvania 9 76 0 91 0 76.0 Loss 31-7
11/9 Yale 9 136 2 136 2 136.0 Loss 31-27
11/16 at Dartmouth 14 128 1 128 1 128.0 Win 21-18
11/23 Columbia 14 118 1 118 1 118.0 Win 35-28
Totals   114 1116 11 1197 11 116.6 2-8
 
Chas Gessner
Although Harvard's Carl Morris took home Ivy League Player of the Year honors, Gessner was the conference's Walter Payton Award candidate and surpassed the Harvard standout in several key receiving categories. In just nine games, Gessner caught 83 passes for 1,182 yards and 12 touchdowns, earning Second-Team All-America honors for his work. A fiery competitor who was reportedly less than pleased at Morris' league MVP selection, Gessner caught a mind-boggling 31 passes for 495 yards in his first two games of the season, and rattled off four 100-yard games the rest of the way. This year, the Hyattsville, MD native should continue to provide matchup problems for opposing coaches while looking to get Brown back in the Ivy title hunt. By the way, Brown meets Harvard Sept. 28 in Providence.
-Tony Moss

Fordham head coach Dave Clawson on Gessner, "He's ridiculous. I don't know if there's a player we face other than him that you absolutely have to change your defensive scheme to take him away. If you just say you're going to play your normal defense and he's going to get what he's going to get, and hope someone else will beat you, what he gets might be enough to beat you. He's tall, he's a big target, he's a long strider, he runs very good routes, and I think he's deceptively fast, I think he can pull away from people. He's a warrior too, I've seen that kid take a beating and there's no quit to him."

Other Stories

  • ACC: Clemson at NC State

    Wednesday at 9:00 pm on WRAL-TV

  • ACC: NC State at Georgia Tech

    Saturday at 12:00 pm on WRAL-TV

  • SEC: Arkansas at Florida

    Saturday at 2:00 pm on WRAL-TV

  • PGA: Waste Management Phoenix Open

    Saturday at 3:00 pm on WRAL-TV

  • HSBB: Broughton at Leesville Road

    Tomorrow at 7:00 pm on 620am

  • NHL: Hurricanes vs. Tampa Bay

    Tomorrow at 7:30 pm on 99.9 The Fan

  • ACC: Duke at Notre Dame

    Wednesday at 7:30 pm on 620am

  • ACC: NC State vs. Clemson

    Wednesday at 9:00 pm on WRAL-FM

Scoreboard
Local
Final
NCCU 55
DELST 54
 
Final
UNC 93
SYR 83
7:30pm Tonight
BRK 0
POR 0
7:30pm Tonight
NYK 0
SAC 0
Final
OKC 92
MIN 84
 
Final
MEM 103
ORL 94
Final
NOP 99
PHI 74
4th
UTA 66
BOS 75
 
1st
LAC 9
DEN 12
 
Final
AMER 66
ARMY 68
 
Final
OU 59
CLST 56
 
Final
NCCU 55
DELST 54
 
Final
PBY 54
HIGH 63
 
Final
UNC 93
SYR 83
Final
DET 53
WRST 64
 
Final
NCAT 71
COPST 84
 
Final
SCST 65
HAMP 56
 
Final
COOK 42
HOW 45
 
Final
NWST 80
NICST 51
 
Final
NO 87
CARK 67
 
Final
CAMP 78
GWEBB 59
 
Final
FAM 65
MDES 72
 
Final
INCWORD 86
MCNST 84
 
Final
SAV 54
NORST 70
 
Final
ABCHRIST 63
SHSU 80
 
Final
LAM 65
STEPH 82
 
Final
SELA 61
TAMCC 70
 
Final
VALPO 73
UWMIL 48
 
Final
ALAAM 78
ALCOR 66
 
1st OT
ALAST 56
SOUTH 56
 
2nd
ARKPB 92
PVU 61
 
2nd
ISU 76
TEX 62
 
2nd OT
MVSU 69
TXSOU 69