Clinton, South Carolina – Michigan move Ren Heffley It was a record-breaking day for his debut Presbyterian, as he threw the FCS record 10 touchdown lead Blue Hose to an 84-43 win in the season opener over NAIA’s St Andrews on Saturday.
Presbyterian scored a winner for coach Kevin Kelly, who was coaching his first college game. Kelly was selected for the position after leading the Pulaski Academy in Little Rock, Arkansas, to nine state championships and 216 victories in 18 years.
The Blue Hose, who moved into my first division in 2007, also had two TD passes from the reserve QB Tyler Huff, broke the record for most touchdowns by a team (11), set by David Klingler and the Houston Cougars in a win over Eastern Washington in 1990. Heffley broke the FCS record of nine, set by Mississippi Valley State’s Willie Totten – who teamed up with a rig wide reception Jerry Rice For the formation of a rapid satellite – in 1984. The record was tied by Portland State QB Drew Hubble in 2007.
Hefley completed 38 of 50 passes for 538 yards, and threw his 10th TD pass in the first play in the fourth quarter before taking a seat. He did not object. Hoff completed 7 of 9 for 63 yards. student Galen Witcher He had five catches for 156 yards and three runs — all in the first half — for Presbyterian, who set a school record for points scored. Matthew Rivera Eight receptions for 137 yards and two TDs.
Seven other receivers caught with a single TD pass. Hefley’s landing lanes were covered – in order – 1, 62, 79, 36, 9, 25, 5, 1, 49 and 6 yards.
Andrew Fowler completed 9 of 20 passes for 99 yards and a TD and rushed for 40 yards and two points for the riders, who hail from North Carolina. D’Vonte Allen carried seven times for 86 yards and two legs.
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