September 18, 2010

Augsburg rallies with 5 TDs

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Augsburg celebrates its win.
Augsburg had plenty to celebrate, including bringing a trophy back home.
Photo by Caleb Williams, d3photography.com

Augsburg gained 347 of its 517 yards in the second half and rallied with five touchdowns in the final 25 minutes to defeat Hamline 42-38 and return The Hammer to Minneapolis.

After completing just 11 of 27 passes in the first half, Marcus Brumm was 24-for-38 in the second half, including leading a 96-yard drive capped by an 11-yard scoring run by Phil Putratz with 10:06 left in the game. After the Pipers turned the ball over on downs, the Auggies drove to take a 42-38 lead and intercepted the ball twice in the final two minutes to clinch the win. Full story and more Week 3 scores.

Salisbury drove up to Maine and ran away from Husson in an 84-7 pounding. The Sea Gulls threw just four passes on the day but had two rushers over 100 yards and a third with 98 in the win. Salisbury converted just four third downs, but it was the only third-down conversion attempts it had on the day.  On the opposite coast Lewis and Clark used the same strategy to beat Pomona-Pitzer 63-38.  The Pioneers threw eight passes all day but Keith Welch ran for 214 yards and Joevonte Mayes added 206 more.

St. John Fisher scored 28 straight points to turn a tie game against Rochester into a 49-21 romp in the Courage Bowl.  Cardinals quarterback Tim Bailey threw for 315 yards and four touchdowns in the victory. 

Earlier in the day Utica moved to 3-0 for the first time in the young program's history and did it in surprisingly easy fashion by doubling up RPI 42-21.  The Pioneers have averaged 60 points per contest so far. Norwich had trouble beating Empire 8 teams when it was in the conference, but it did so today.  The Cadets are 3-0 thanks to a 42-17 win over Hartwick.

The downfall of the Christopher Newport program continued with a 33-30 loss to Frostburg State. The Captains are 0-3 to start the season, all against members of the soon-to-be-defunct Atlantic Coast Football Conference.

At the other end of the spectrum, Crown improved to 3-0 by edging Martin Luther 42-41.  McDaniel is 3-0 after beating Catholic 24-14.   Same goes for Springfield which rolled up 560 rushing yards in a 44-7 win at Wilkes.

Grove City won at Westminster (Pa.) for the first time since 1961, picking off three passes in the process of a 31-16 victory. Maryville outlasted LaGrange 20-17 in triple overtime.  Practicing at Mount Union didn't rub off on Anna Maria, as the second-year program lost at NAIA member Malone 69-0.

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