Oct. 30, 2004
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Anthony Crissinger-Hill caught two touchdown passes and Florida Atlantic piled up a school-record 591 yards of total offense Saturday in a 38-8 victory over Florida A&M.
Florida Atlantic (6-1) passed for 315 yards and rushed for another 276, easily breaking the previous school mark of 509 yards set last year against Siena.
Crissinger-Hill finished with six catches for 163 yards. Jared Allen, one of three Florida Atlantic quarterbacks to play in the game, completed 9 of 20 passes for 224 yards and two scores for the Owls, who forced three Florida A&M turnovers.
Brittney Tellis had a touchdown catch, while Doug Parker and Dekolan James each had scoring runs for Florida Atlantic, which held Florida A&M scoreless until midway through the fourth quarter. Parker had a game-high 79 rushing yards for Florida Atlantic.
Ben Dougherty completed 20 of 36 passes for 194 yards and a touchdown, plus a team-best 55 rushing yards for Florida A&M (3-6). He hit Ronnie Thomas with a 6-yard scoring pass with 7:17 remaining.
Rod Miller caught eight passes for 82 yards for the Rattlers, who racked up 261 of their 342 yards after halftime.