Union, N.J. (11/3/18) – Sixth ranked Frostburg State University rolled to a 50-6 win over Kean University in New Jersey Athletic Conference football action on Saturday.
The win sets up a showdown between Salisbury University and FSU for the NJAC Championship next Saturday.
For the Bobcats (8-0 7-0 NJAC) quarterback Connor Cox was 15-of-21 for 193 yards and three touchdowns in the air and one on the ground. Running back Grayson Boyce ran for 121 yards and two rushing TDs on the day, adding a 31 yard receiving TD pass. In total, FSU tallied 502 yards of offense in blustery conditions.
Boyce recorded the game's first score of the day and the only points of the first quarter with a one yard run, ending a nine play, 65 yard drive. Frostburg would put the game away in the second quarter with 27 points.
Boyce added another highlight in the third quarter, breaking through with a 76 yard dash and then a 43-6 lead.
For FSU Jeremy Harrison was 5-for-7 in extra point attempts and added a 28 yard field goal early in the third quarter. Jamaal Morant registered 99 yards on the ground on 20 attempts.
For the Cougars, Kory Kenny and Dietrich Trumbauer each had a game-high 10 tackles while DeShawn Reed finished with eight total tackles including two and a half sacks for 19 yards and two forced fumbles.
Kean closes out the season on Friday evening when they travel to Rowan University.