11-23-2012 06:11 AM

When Villanova visits Stony Brook on Saturday in a first-round Football Championship Subdivision playoff game, the Wildcats will be facing a team with a similar offensive mind-set, one which likes to move on the ground but can be a threat passing the ball.

Yet it’s 9-2 Stony Brook’s ground game that will draw the most attention. Villanova (8-3) will have to stop a player, Marcus Coker, who just last year was second in the Big Ten in rushing with 1,384 yards for Iowa.

And he’s not even the first-string running back.

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