By David Fong
MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Troy High School graduate Matt Barr, the true freshman quarterback for the Robert Morris University football team, had the biggest day of his young career in leading the Colonials to a 35-24 win over Notre Dame College Saturday.
Barr finished 14-for-18 for 156 yards. He threw for a touchdown and ran for two as well, becoming the first Colonial freshman quarterback to post multiple rushing touchdowns in a contest. Barr’s 77.8 completion percentage is the third-highest in RMU single game history (minimum 10 attempts).
With the win, Robert Morris improved to 1-2. The Colonials will travel to South Dakota State, the N0. 7 FCS team in the nation, Saturday.
NORMAN, Okla. — An injury to Oklahoma All-American center Ty Darlington forced the Sooners to shuffle things along the offensive line Saturday, allowing Troy High School graduate Alex Dalton to play the majority of the second half at guard in a 52-38 win over Tulsa.
Dalton redshirted last season for the Sooners, but has appeared in two of their three games so far this season.
With the victory, No. 16 Oklahoma improved to 3-0. The Sooners have a bye this week, then host West Virginia Oct. 3.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Martin, a Milton-Union High School graduate and redshirt freshman on the Indian University football team, must be getting used to shootouts.
After beating Southern Illinois 48-47 in the season opener, the Hoosiers beat Florida International 36-22. Saturday, Indiana held on to beat Western Kentucky, 38-35.
Martin got the start at left guard for the Hoosiers. He’s started all three of Indiana’s games this season.
With the win, Indiana improved to 3-0. The Hoosiers travel to Wake Forest Saturday.
ATHENS — Ouellette, a Covington High School graduate and sophomore running back at Ohio University, got the start for the Bobcats in a 35-14 victory over Southeastern Louisiana University Saturday.
Ouellette finished the game with nine carries for 22 yards and one catch for 1 yard.
With the win, Ohio University raised its record to 3-0. The Bobcats travel to Minnesota Saturday.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Hibbler, a Troy High School graduate and sophomore runing back for the Kent State University football team, saw playing time in the Golden Flashes’ 10-7 loss to Minnesota Saturday.
While he did receive playing time, Hibbler did not touch the ball for the Golden Flashes.
With the loss, Kent State fell to 1-2. The Golden Flashes host Marshall Saturday.
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