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Despite struggling to run vs. Rowan, Johns Hopkins sticking to plan
Despite struggling to run vs. Rowan, Johns Hopkins sticking to plan

Johns Hopkins’ 24-16 win against Rowan in Saturday’s first round of the NCAA Division III playoffs was notable for two offensive developments: the promising play of senior quarterback Braden Anderson and the lack of success in the run game. While Anderson completed 27 of 36 passes for 286 yards and three touchdowns, the tailback trio of junior Brandon Cherry and sophomores Stuart Walters and Dionisio Roman was limited to a combined 76 yards and no touchdowns on 24 carries by a Profs defense that entered the matchup ranked seventh in the country against the run (77.5 yards per game). The task doesn’t figure to become any easier for the No. 6 Blue Jays (11-0) this...

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