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|ULM plows past Florida Atlantic, 20-17|
Redshirt freshman running back Jyruss Edwards scored from five yards out with less than three minutes to play as ULM earned a 20-17 victory over Florida Atlantic on Saturday (Oct. 9) at Malone Stadium. The Warhawks held a 12-point halftime lead before the Owls scored 17-straight in the second half to take a lead before Edwards' game-winning score.
Redshirt freshman quarterback Kolton Browning completed 25-of-41 passes for 282 yards and a touchdown. Junior Luther Ambrose had a team-best six catches for 61 yards and junior Anthony McCall had 96 yards on five catches.
Alfred Morris rushed for a game-high 153 yards on 30 carries for Florida Atlantic.
Florida Atlantic (1-4, 0-2 Sun Belt) moved down to the ULM 10-yard line on its first possession of the contest before senior linebacker Theo Smith intercepted a pass by Jeff Van Camp on the one-yard line to extinguish the Owls threat.
Following the interception, ULM (2-3, 1-1 Sun Belt) put together a 12-play, 93-yard drive, moving down to the Florida Atlantic six-yard line. The key play on the drive was a 52-yard pass from Browning to McCall to get the Warhawks in the red zone. ULM came away with no points however as junior Radi Jabour's 23-yard field goal attempt hit the left upright.
On its next possession, the Warhawks used a 54-yard pass from redshirt freshman punter Aaron Munoz to senior Zach Rhodes on a fake punt on a fourth-and-nine to again move into scoring position. The Owls once again denied the Warhawks points as Browning was sacked and fumbled, giving the ball back to Florida Atlantic on its own 19.
A bad snap on its first play of the drive pushed the Owls back to their own one-yard line and ULM scored on the next play as junior defensive end Ken Dorsey sacked the Van Camp for a safety on the first play of the second quarter.
On the ensuing possession, ULM increased its advantage to 9-0 as Browning found sophomore Brent Leonard in the back of the end zone from seven yards out with 9:01 to play in the second quarter. The key play of the scoring drive for ULM was a fourth-and-11 connection from Browning to Ambrose for 19 yards. The scoring drive went 13 plays and 65 yards in 5:47.
Just before halftime, ULM increased its lead to 12-0 as Jabour made a 30-yard field goal to cap a 36-yard drive.
At the intermission, the Warhawks had 289 yards of total offense while holding the Owls to just 73 yards.
Florida Atlantic trimmed the ULM lead to nine points, 12-3, on the first drive of the second half. The Owls went 55 yards on the drive before scoring their first points on a 30-yard field goal by Ross Gornall with 10:47 left in the third quarter.
ULM punted on its first possession of the second half and Florida Atlantic drew within two, 12-10, with a touchdown on its next possession. The Owls went 66 yards in nine plays, culminated by a Morris touchdown plunge from a yard out with 5:10 to play in the third quarter.
The Owls took their first lead of the night with 10:26 remaining as Morris found the end zone for the second time. The three-yard touchdown run capped a six-play, 26-yard drive for the Owls as they took a 17-12 lead.
Florida Atlantic had the ball again with less than five minutes to play before a turnover gave the ball back to ULM, setting up the game-winning touchdown drive.
The Warhawks went 55 yards in nine plays on the drive capped by the Edwards touchdown to take an 18-17 lead. Browning found Leonard on the two-point play to give the Warhawks a 20-17 lead with 2:43 left.
Florida Atlantic picked up one first down on its final drive before turning the ball over on downs to preserve the ULM victory.
The win for ULM was the first by a home team in the series, ULM now leads the all-time series, 5-2.
The Warhawks will head back on the road next Saturday (Oct. 16) as they travel to Western Kentucky. Game time is scheduled for 6 p.m.
ULM – Dorsey safety, 14:55, 2nd 2-0
ULM – Browning 7-yard pass to Leonard (Jabour kick), 9:01, 2nd 9-0
ULM – Jabour 30-yard field goal, 0:33, 2nd 12-0
FAU – Gornall 20-yard field goal, 10:47, 3rd 12-3
FAU – Morris 1-yard run (Gornall kick), 5:10, 3rd 12-10
FAU – Morris 3-yard run (Gornall kick), 10:26, 4th 12-17
ULM – Edwards 5-yard run (Browning to Leonard conversion), 2:43, 4th 20-17
ULM vs. Florida Atlantic Game Notes
(Report courtesy ulmwarhawks.com)