4th & 1 at AKR 20
Tanner Blatt run for 2 yds to the Akron 18 for a 1ST down
- Akron, OH
- Line: TROY -20.0
- Over/Under: 58
AJ Lewis 8 Yd pass from Kaleb Barker (Tyler Sumpter Kick)
9 plays, 64 yards, 2:56
Maverick Wolfley 21 Yd pass from Kato Nelson (Cory Smigel Kick)
8 plays, 39 yards, 3:18
Khalil McClain 2 Yd pass from Kaleb Barker (Tyler Sumpter Kick)
9 plays, 64 yards, 3:59
Kaleb Barker 9 Yd Run (Tyler Sumpter Kick)
4 plays, 12 yards, 1:23
DK Billingsley 1 Yd Run (Tyler Sumpter Kick)
15 plays, 91 yards, 6:37
Bret Clark 11 Yd pass from Kaleb Barker (Tyler Sumpter Kick)
3 plays, 7 yards, 2:09
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