Nov 9, 2002
It was the first win of the season for Florida Atlantic (1-8), which entered the game last in rushing and total offense in Division 1-AA.
The Owls gained 233 rushing yards and finished with 418 total yards, three yards short of the school record.
Barron's second touchdown, a 1-yard run in the third quarter, gave the Owls a 24-7 lead.
Allen's 15-yard pass to Matt Prudenti in the fourth quarter put Florida Atlantic ahead 34-7.
Morris Brown scored late in the fourth quarter on a 4-yard pass from Kalley Young to Tawfig Ramsey.
A blocked punt in the first quarter led to Florida Atlantic's first score, a 32-yard field goal by Mark Myers that made the score 3-0.
Later in the quarter, a 10-yard touchdown run by Barron stretched the Owl's lead to 10-0.
Morris Brown answered in the second quarter with a 10-yard run by Chris
Woods that cut the lead to 10-7.
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