Eighty-eight points scored, seven points allowed.
That is what Heidelberg has produced over a span of two games, each of which the Student Princes won handily.
Coming off a 43-7 roasting of Ohio Northern in Ada a week ago, Heidelberg travels to Wilmington, playing its third-straight road game to start the 2012 season.
On paper, the Quakers, who haven't won a game in more than two seasons, shouldn't give HU (which received votes in the D3football(dot)com poll) much problem.
But Heidelberg coach Mike Hallett, who took over a team that lost 36 straight games in 2007, isn't about to take Wilmington lightly.
"They're running an offense that is a little bit non-traditional," Hallett said. "More of a run-and-shoot, slash-Wing-T kind of style. It takes some time for guys to get up to speed with that kind of thing. So, I don't think they've put it all together yet, but you can see where they're trying to get to. They have some really good skill players."
Quaker quarterback Brandon Arehart has thrown for 231 yards, two touchdowns and four interceptions. Wilmington also has used Brandon Minor (nephew of Quaker coach Ken Minor) at the QB spot; he's thrown for 112 yards and has yielded a pick.
"It's a program on the build," Hallett said.
Hallett said Heidelberg's biggest challenge today might be on defense, because it's facing a style of offense it hasn't seen.
"It's pretty unconventional, some of the things that they're doing," he said. "It can cause you some problems, no doubt about it. We've really had to refine our game plan defensively to handle some of the things that they give you, with the unusual formations and alignments. And their skill players are pretty dangerous."
On defense, Wilmington has yielded 91 points over a pair of games, but Hallett said that number is a bit deceiving.
"They're giving up 350 yards a game on defense, those are respectable numbers," Hallett said. "But what's happened is they've had some short fields for the opposing offenses."
After two dominant wins, Hallett was asked if there was anything the Student Princes needed to fix.
"We haven't reached our potential, and the guys are aware of that," Hallett said.
Kickoff is at 1:30 p.m.