USF Routs Missouri Baptist 42-10 In Opener

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Saint Francis got off to a rough start but more than made up for it, beating Missouri Baptist in the Cougars’ season opener 42-10 on Thursday night.
The Cougars fumbled on their first two possessions, but quarterback Bradley Jarzab found the endzone from five yards out on USF’s third possession to give the Cougs a 7-0 lead.
Seth Stuart scored a short rushing touchdown early in the second quarter while Antoin Campbell would also find the endzone midway through the second to give USF a 21-0 lead. Campbell would finish with 96 yards on the game to pace the Cougars.
Quarterback Nick Ferrar – USF’s third quarterback of the night – entered the game and threw two touchdown passes before the half to give USF a 35-0 lead at the break.
The Cougars will be back at home next Saturday when they host William Penn at noon.

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