Gallery: FAU v. Marshall

Owls players run out before Saturday's 33-17 loss versus Marshall. FAU is now 0-3 all time versus the Thundering Herd. Photo by Mohammed Emran|Asst. Creative DirectorMohammed F Emran | Asst Creative Director
Owls players run out before Saturday’s 33-17 loss versus Marshall. FAU is now 0-3 all time versus the Thundering Herd.


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Marshall wide receiver Hyleck Foster (2) rushes 66 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter, widening The Herd’s lead to 30-10.


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FAU freshman redshirt quarterback Jason Driskel (16) fails connect with senior wide receiver Jenson Stoshak (88) in the endzone after multiple attempts for a fourth quarter touchdown.


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Sophomore wide receiver Henry Bussey (1) cuts to avoid Marshall’s junior defensive back Corey Tindal and sophomore safety Taj Letman (17).


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Freshman running back Trey Rodriguez (22) avoids Marshall’s defenders.


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FAU tight end Tyler Cameron (3) eyes up Marshall defender Tiquan Lang (21) as he picks up five yards in the third quarter. Cameron had 111 receiving yards on the day – more than all other Owls receivers combined.


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Owls defensive backs Lester Thomas (24) and Sharrod Neasman (29) take down Marshall running back Keion Davis (18). The duo combined for ten tackles on the day.


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Senior defensive back Cre’von LeBlanc (7) takes down a Marshall offense player.


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In the second half of play, Marshall quarterback Chase Litton (14) throws a pass to one of his receivers. Litton had 174 passing yards on the day.


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FAU’s freshman defensive back Herb Miller (10) takes on The Herd’s junior wide receiver Justin Hunt (9) at the Owls’ 20-yard line.


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Owls quarterback Jason Driskel (16) ran for 11 yards in the second quarter. This was the second start of his career.


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Owls offensive lineman Kelly Parfitt (76) and Owls Quarterback Jason Driskel (16) celebrate with running back Trey Rodriguez (22).


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Freshman defensive back Ocie Rose (1) scores a touchdown after a 95-yard interception making the score 16-10 with Marshall leading.


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The Thundering Herd’s wide receiver Deandre Reaves (19) had a total 55 yards during Saturday’s 33-17 victory against the FAU Owls.


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Redshirt sophomore wide receiver Kalib Woods (81) makes a catch along the sideline.


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Freshman running back Trey Rodriguez (22) had 74 rushing yards in the game.


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FAU freshman running back Trey Rodriguez (22) scores the Owls’ only offensive touchdown of the game in the 3rd quarter.


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Head Coach Charlie Partridge claps in support as his team walks off the field after their 33-17 loss to Marshall on Saturday afternoon, October 17.