CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College football team wraps up non-conference play against Saint Francis on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Bailey Memorial Stadium in the fifth straight home game for PC. The game can be seen on the Big South Network.

Game Setup
Who: Presbyterian (2-3, 0-0 Big South) vs. Saint Francis (3-1, 1-0 NEC)
When: Saturday, October 7 – 1 p.m.
Where: Bailey Memorial Stadium
Watch: Big South Network
Listen: Sunny 103.5 FM / Fox Sports 1400 AM / WPCC 1410 AM (Ryan Clary, John Orck)
Live Stats: GoBlueHose.com
Social Media: @BlueHoseFtball (Twitter/Instagram) / @BlueHoseSports
Tickets: 864-833-8240

PC Ends Non-Conference Play Against Saint Francis
• Presbyterian wraps up non-conference play in the fifth game of its seven-game homestand against Saint Francis on Saturday at 1 p.m.
• It will be the first meeting on the gridiron between the two.
• Saint Francis enters Saturday’s matchup coming off a win over Big South foe Liberty, 13-7, in their first road game of the season.
• The Red Flash are averaging 31.7 points per game, thanks in part to play of quarterback Bear Fenimore, who has thrown for 947 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Last Time Out
• PC fell to seventh-ranked Wofford, 31-7, in the first matchup between the two since 2013.
• The Blue Hose got a second-quarter touchdown from Torrance Marable, his team-high-tying fourth of the season, for its only score of the game.
Ben Cheek led the offense with a career-high 19 completions for 130 yards, while leading the rushing effort with 11 carries for 44 yards.
Grant Beidel recorded his second straight double-digit tackles game with 12 to lead the team.
KJ Presley managed 3.5 tackles for loss, most by a PC player this year.

Beidel Top 5 Nationally in Tackles
• Linebacker Grant Beidel has totaled 58 tackles through five games, fifth-most in FCS this season and tops in the Big South.
• The senior has back-to-back games with 10+ tackles, after reaching 15 against Cumberland and 12 against Wofford.
• He established a career-high against the Citadel, managing 17 tackles, which ranks top 10 in the country for a single game this season.
• The linebacker led the Blue Hose a year ago with 76 tackles on the season. He is currently well on his way to surpassing that mark this season.

Cheek Showing Consistency
• Redshirt junior Ben Cheek has proved consistent in the backfield for PC over the past three games.
• Cheek threw for a then career-high 142 yards on five completions against Campbell on Sept. 16, throwing two touchdowns in a game for the first time in his career.
• He followed up that performance with one of the best of his career, completing 14-of-15 passes for 148 yards and a touchdown against Cumberland on Sept. 23. He added 56 rushing yards against the Phoenix to give him 204 yards of total offense, just shy of his career-high.
• He established a new career-high with 19 completions against Wofford on Sept. 30, throwing for 130 yards, in addition to rushing for a team-high 44 yards.
• Over those three games, Cheek has thrown for 420 yards on 38 completions, while also rushing for 118 yards.

Marable Leads League in Rushing
• Freshman Torrance Marable leads the Big South in rushing through four weeks, totaling 480 yards in four games, an average of 96.0 yards per game.
• The rookie has managed at least 93 rushing yards in three of his five games, while going over 100 twice. He rushed for 162 in collegiate debut at Wake Forest.
• He then totaled 139 rushing yards against Cumberland on Sept. 23 to earn the Big South Freshman of the Week honor.
• He totaled 255 rushing yards in his first two games of the season, the most by a PC player in back-to-back games since 2015.
• The total is the also the most rushing yards by a PC player in the first two games of a season in the program’s Division I era. The previous high was 220 yards by Lance Byrd in 2011.
• Marable has also managed 87 receiving yards and 85 kickoff return yards on the year, giving him 652 all-purpose yards, also tops in the Big South.

Presley Sends Wofford Backwards
• Redshirt freshman KJ Presley recorded 3.5 tackles for loss against Wofford for a loss of 10 yards.
• Presley’s 3.5 tackle for loss are the most by a PC player since Isaiah Lynn totaled 4.0 tackles for loss against Gardner-Webb in 2014.
• The 10 yards on tackles for loss are the most since last season when Khari Rosier (16) and Grant Beidel (11) both reached double digits at Chattanooga.
• Presley now has 5.0 tackles for loss on the year, putting him on pace for 11.0 on the year, which would be the most by a PC player since 2013.