NCAA Game Summary - UL-Monroe at Florida Atlantic|
(Saturday, September 26th)
Final Score: UL-Monroe 27, Florida Atlantic 25
Fort Lauderdale, FL (Sports Network) - Trey Revell ran for a pair of
touchdowns to help lead the UL-Monroe Warhawks to a narrow 27-25 win over the
Florida Atlantic Owls in Sun Belt Conference action at Lockhart Stadium.
Revell, who gained 48 yards on 11 rushing attempts for the Warhawks (2-2, 1-0
SBC), also converted 18-of-25 passing for 207 yards in the victory for the
The Owls (0-3, 0-1) were paced by Rusty Smith who hit on 30-of-50 passing for
347 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Alfred Morris chipped in with 122 yards
and a score on 23 rushing attempts as well.
ULM kicker Radi Jabour started the scoring with a 28-yard field goal for the
visiting team, with the squads trading scores from beginning to end.
Morris made his way into the end zone on a four-yard run to cap a 10-play, 61-
yard drive for the Owls, but a failed PAT left the home team with just a 6-3
Revell then responded for the Warhawks with a seven-yard TD run and with a
successful kick gave Monroe a 10-6 advantage.
Early in the second quarter FAU's Daniel Joseph came up with a safety, cutting
the deficit to 10-8.
Revell struck again for the Warhawks when he posted his second seven-yard TD
run of the day, but the large lead was short lived as Smith and Chris Bonner
combined for an 18-yard touchdown play to make the score 17-15 in favor of
Jabour closed out the first-half scoring with a successful 39-yard field goal
as time expired, pushing the lead to five for the Warhawks.
FAU kicker Ross Gornall converted his first field goal of the day in the
fourth quarter, a 33-yard effort following a scoreless third frame.
As it turns out, the game-winning score for ULM was posted by Frank Goodin who
made the end zone on a 14-yard run at the 12:04 mark of the final period to
give the Warhawks a 27-18 edge.
The Owls did manage to put up one more touchdown a five-yard reception by
Darian Williams, but with just over three minutes remaining that was as close
as the home team would get in the two-point setback.
Averaging almost six yards per snap, FAU generated 498 yards in the losing
09/26 22:00:06 ET