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The Owls score on a seven-yard touchdown run from Devin “Motor” Singletary. On the play, Singletary passed Charles Pierre to become the second leading rusher in FAU history and set a Conference USA record with 16 straight games with a touchdown. Pierre amassed 3,069 yards on the ground over his four seasons in Boca Raton — he last played in 2008.
Quran Hafiz and Ocie Rose are the starting safeties for FAU. James Pierre is starting at nickelback.
The Wildcats open the game with a quick three-and-out and are forced to punt. The Owls take possession at their own 43 yard line.
DeSean Holmes gets the start at the WR spot opposite Jovon Durante.
The Owls convert on a fourth down pass to Harrison Bryant in Wildcats territory to keep their drive alive.
The Owls score on a seven-yard touchdown run from Devin “Motor” Singletary. On the play, Singletary passed Charles Pierre to become the second leading rusher in FAU history and set a Conference USA record with 16-straight games with a touchdown.
Willie Wright shakes multiple Wildcats defenders down the field on a nifty 51-yard punt return to give his team the ball on the Bethune 32 yard line.
Singletary punches in another score, this one from 18 yards out. FAU leads 15-0 over Bethune with eight minutes remaining in the first quarter.
Motor takes it into the end zone from two yards out for his third touchdown of the game. Vladimir Rivas connects on the extra point to give FAU a 22-0 lead over Bethune.
Ahman Ross flied down the field on kick-off coverage to force a Bethune fumble, which was then recovered by FAU’s Silver Saunders. Singletary took it into the end zone on the following play for an 8-yard score. Owls lead 29-0 late with less than a minute remaining in the first quarter.
First quarter is in the books. Owls on pace to outscore the Wildcats 116-0.
Singletary tied his program, personal best four touchdowns in a single game in the first quarter on an eight-yard score.
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Akevious Williams hits Jimmie Robinson deep down the left sideline to for a 31-yard score on fourth down. Bethune now trails by 22.
Rashad Smith jumps the passing lane to pick off Akevious Williams. His second straight game with an interception.
Devin Singletary hits paydirt from two yards out to set a program-record five rushing touchdowns in a single game. We’re still in the first half.
Akevious Williams rolls to his left and finds Keavon Mitchell in the back of the end zone for a six-yard score. 36-14 FAU with 36 seconds remaining in the half.
Touchdown No. 6 for Singletary here in the third quarter, setting a new single-game Conference USA record.
Robison throws his second interception of the game on the Owls’ first possession coming out of the half.
Robison throws a 10-yard touchdown strike to Jovon Durante, who had to drag his toes on the sideline to stay in bounds on the play.
Akevious Williams rolls to his right and connects on a 41-yard touchdown bomb to Jonathan Thomas, who high-pointed the ball over an FAU defender in the end zone. Bethune down 22.
De’Andre Johnson in at QB for the Owls.
De’Andre Johnson trucks a would-be tackler and sprints up the sideline for a 21-yard touchdown run. FAU 49, BCU 21.
Vladimir Rivas’ extra point is blocked.
Akevious Williams takes into the endzone on a four-yard QB keeper. FAU 49, BCU 28.
QB Rafe Peavey gets into the game for the Owls.