Gallery: FAU v. MTSU Football

FAU v. MTSU_Max Jackson_001Max Jackson | Staff Photographer
During Football’s senior day ceremony senior, defensive back Cre’von LeBlanc (7) high fives his teammates before starting in his last game on Schnellenberger Field.

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Sophomore wide receiver Nate Terry (80) catches a 20 yard pass from quarterback Jaquez Johnson (32) in the endzone for the first touchdown of the game.

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Owls senior linebacker Freedom Whitfield (34) jumps up to bat down MTSU quarterback Brent Stockstill’s (12) pass during the first quarter.

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Senior defensive tackle Trevon Coley (11) takes down MTSU quarterback Brent Stockstill (12) after an eight yard rush for a first down.

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Owls quarterback Jaquez Johnson (32) looks for an opening as he carries the ball in the fourth quarter. The senior threw for 214 yards and two touchdowns on the day.

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Senior wide receiver Jenson Stoshak (88) returns a punt for 38 yards, giving FAU the ball on their own 46 yard line with 4:31 left in the game.

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Inclement weather affected play for much of the game, but some FAU fans stayed to support the team.

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Head coach Charlie Partridge praises senior defensive back Sharrod Neasman (29) after a 48-yard run.

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FAU defensive backs Ocie Rose (1) and Andrew Soroh (27) celebrate after Rose recovered a fumble in the first quarter. The Owls would later score on the ensuing drive with a 20 yard touchdown pass by Jaquez Johnson to Nate Terry.

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A group of FAU defenders tackle Middle Tennessee senior running back Jordan Parker (6).

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Redshirt senior quarterback Jaquez Johnson (32) works for a first down on a running play during Saturday’s 24-17 loss to MTSU.

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Owls freshman safety Jalen Young (18) tackles Blue Raider wide receiver Richie James (87).

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Middle Tennessee redshirt freshman wide receiver Richie James (87) catches the ball for his first touchdown reception of the game.

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Middle Tennessee’s redshirt sophomore cornerback Michael Minter (47) intercepts a pass intended for Owls’ redshirt sophomore wide receiver Kalib Woods (81).

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Middle Tennessee’s quarterback Brent Stockstill (12) fumbles the ball.

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FAU redshirt sophomore running back Marcus Clark (20) runs for 46 yard touchdown with 10:36 left in the second quarter.

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FAU sophomore wide receiver Henry Bussey (1) runs the ball upfield during the second half of Saturday’s game versus MTSU.

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Freshman running back Trey Rodriguez (22) moving the ball up field.

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Freshman wide receiver Ralph Leonard (8) watches from the sidelines.

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The Owls’ defensive line and Middle Tennessee’s defensive line prepare for the snap during Saturday’s game versus MTSU.

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Middle Tennessee redshirt freshman wide receiver Richie James (87) gets sacked by three Owls.