Despite falling behind by 28 points in the first quarter, there were some positives to be had by the Owls on Saturday in Columbus. Some are listed below.
- The attendance of 103,228 is the largest in FAU football history
- The Owls fell behind early, but outscored OSU the rest of the way, 21-17
- Chris Robison was 65% on the day (22-for-34) for 178 yards
- The longest FAU gain was a Robison a pass to Tavaris Harrison for 38 yards
- TE Harrison Bryant led all receivers with six catches for 79 yards
- Fellow TE John Raine also had six catches
- RB Larry McCammon’s three yard rushing score was his career first
- DB Korel Smith had a game high 11 tackles (seven solo)
- LB Akileis Leroy had six stops, a tackle for loss, and forced fumble
- K Vladamir Rivas was 2-for-2 with a pair if 28 yard field goals.
- P Matt Hayball averaged 47.2 yards per punt, including the long of 70
- QB Justin Agner (3-5, 30 YDS, INT) came on for the final Owl drive
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