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|Middle Tennessee blows by ULM, 38-19|
Dwight Dasher threw a pair of touchdown passes and rushed for two more as Middle Tennessee won its sixth-straight game with a 38-19 victory over ULM Saturday night at Malone Stadium.
Dasher completed 10-of-18 pass attempts for 116 yards and rushed for 88 yards on 18 carries. The Warhawk defense intercepted Dasher twice on the night including one by Greg James which he returned 78 yards. It was the fifth longest interception return in ULM history and the longest that did not result in a touchdown.
ULM held Middle Tennessee to just 306 yards of total offense (113.6 yards below its season average). The Warhawks limited the Blue Raiders to just four first downs and 89 yards in the second half.
The Warhawks (6-6, 5-3 Sun Belt) took the opening possession of the game in for a touchdown as Trey Revell and Luther Ambrose hooked up for an acrobatic 37-yard pass and catch.
ULM's six victories this season matches the 2007 total for the highest mark during the Warhawks' Football Bowl Subdivision era.
That would be the only touchdown that Middle Tennessee would allow until late in the fourth quarter. The Blue Raiders held ULM to just a pair of Radi Jabour field goals until a late 25-yard touchdown reception by Ambrose closed out the scoring on the night.
Revell finished the night 8-of-17 for 91 yards before suffering an injury at the end of the third quarter. Cody Wells finished the game under center for the Warhawks and completed 13-of-22 attempts for 140 yards and a score.
Dasher put the Blue Raiders (9-3, 7-1) on the board with a 3-yard run late in the first quarter. Following Jabour's first field goal, Dasher threw touchdown passes on back-to-back drives to give Middle Tennessee a 21-10 lead at the half.
Jabour pulled the Warhawks within one score, 21-13, with a 37-yard field goal with 6:13 to play in the third quarter. The momentum carried over to the defensive side of the ball as the Warhawks forced a three-and-out from the Blue Raiders.
However, on the ensuing possession Alex Suber intercepted Revell on the first play and returned it 56 yards to the ULM 9-yard line. Dasher scored two plays later to extend the Middle Tennessee lead out to 28-10 with 4:10 to play in the third quarter.
Alan Gendreau made it a three-possession game with a 40-yard field goal in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter. Jeremy Kellem erased any hopes of a ULM comeback with a 58-yard interception return for a touchdown. It was the third interception of the night by Middle Tennessee, who entered the game ranked 20th in the NCAA in interceptions and 12th in turnover margin.
The Warhawks conclude the regular season bowl eligible for the second time in three years.
(Report courtesey ulmwarhawks.com)