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NOVEMBER 1, 2003 vs ST. OLAF - 1:00PM
 2003 Concordia Football Line Score
Cobbers face St. Olaf.
Teams 1st 2nd
3rd
4th
Final
St. Olaf 0 0
8
6
14
Concordia 9 15
9
14
47
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Cobbers Use Balanced Attack to Beat St. Olaf 47-14. 
Ryan Hebrink (Sr., Sacred Heart, Minn.) fakes the handoff to running back Paul Nelson (So., Ada, Minn.) during Concordia's 47-14 win over St. Olaf. Hebrink broke the school record for most offensive yards in a career during the game. 

MOORHEAD (11/1/03) -- Ryan Hebrink had a record-breaking day for the Cobbers in Concordia's 47-14 win over St. Olaf at Jake Christiansen Stadium in Moorhead. Hebrink passed for 304 yards, his career best in that department, and he also rushed for a team-high 69 yards. Those 373 yards of total offense gave him 5,789 for his career and moved him past Kyle Odermann to become the Cobber all-time leader. He is just the third Cobber to reach 5,000 total yards, and with two games left to play, should become the first to reach 6,000.

The Cobbers won the opening toss, and elected to receive. Josh Vickerman received the ball at the 5-yard line, but on a scripted play handed the ball to Bobby Clark at the 15, who sprinted to the outside and down the sidelines for his third career return touchdown. The extra point kick hit the crossbar, giving the Cobbers a 6-0 lead just six seconds into the game. They tacked on a 26-yard field goal by Brian Halverson midway through the period for a 9-0 lead after the first 15 minutes. They continued their quick strike trend in the second quarter, when Ryan Hebrink launched a 39-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Passanante on the first play of the quarter, with just 10 seconds elapsed. They chalked up another score midway through the period, on a 3-yard run by Jeremy Hinderks. He also ran in for a two-point conversion, giving the Cobbers a 24-0 halftime lead.

St. Olaf got on the scoreboard 6 minutes into the third quarter on a 10-yard run by Aaron Stinar. They added on a two-point conversion, moving to within 24-8. However, the Cobbers answered just a minute and a half later on a one-yard run by Hinderks. Just two minutes later, the Cobbers scored again, on Halverson's second field goal of the game, a 33-yarder. The fourth quarter was the Tyler Anderson show for the Cobbers. He scored on a 12-yard pass from Hebrink just 32 seconds into the period, then ran in a touchdown from two yards out midway through the frame. The Oles had put up a score between the two by Anderson--a 37 yard pass from Jason Wilsey to Nick Rost. The three fourth quarter scores closed the scoring at 47-14.

For the Cobbers, Hebrink finished with 304 passing yards, his first career 300-yard passing game, on 15-26 passing, including two touchdowns. He also led the team in rushing, with 69 yards on 13 carries. Andrew Passanante was Hebrink's favorite target, catching 6 passes for 92 yards. For St. Olaf, backup quarterback Jason Wilsey came into the game and actually led the team in passing, completing 4 of his 5 passes for 60 yards and a touchdown. Brian Senske started the game and finished with 59 yards on 8 of 19 passing. Nick Rost was the leading receiver, catching 8 passes for 89 yards and a touchdown. Bobby Andrade led the Oles on the ground, compiling 63 yards on 17 carries.

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