Quarterback Chris Robison throws four interceptions in 31-7 loss

The Owls have yet to win on the road this season

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Quarterback Chris Robison throws four interceptions in 31-7 loss

FAU quarterback Chris Robison (2) and FAU head coach Lane Kiffin have a minor discussion after the first quarter was over against Bethune Cookman. Photo by: Alexander Rodriguez

FAU quarterback Chris Robison (2) and FAU head coach Lane Kiffin have a minor discussion after the first quarter was over against Bethune Cookman. Photo by: Alexander Rodriguez

FAU quarterback Chris Robison (2) and FAU head coach Lane Kiffin have a minor discussion after the first quarter was over against Bethune Cookman. Photo by: Alexander Rodriguez

FAU quarterback Chris Robison (2) and FAU head coach Lane Kiffin have a minor discussion after the first quarter was over against Bethune Cookman. Photo by: Alexander Rodriguez

Colby Guy, Contributing Writer

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FAU Football suffered their second conference loss this Saturday, falling 31-7 to the Marshall Thundering Herd.

The Owls (3-4, 1-2 C-USA) offense was very pedestrian, as quarterback Chris Robison couldn’t get much going other than a passing touchdown to Harrison Bryant.

Robison finished the game throwing 18 of 35 for 223 yards a touchdown and a whopping four interceptions.

Backup quarterbacks De’Andre Johnson and Rafe Peavey came in for relief of Robison, both of which went 1 for 3, throwing for 10 and seven yards respectively.

Kerrith Whyte lead the Owls’ disappointing rushing attack with 40 yards on 10 attempts. Devin Singletary rushed for 39 yards on 16 attempts. His streak of 20 straight games with a rushing touchdown came to an end.

Wide receiver Jovon Durante hauled in seven receptions for 114 yards, while tight end Harrison Bryant had 6 receptions for 59 yards and a touchdown.

Vladimir Rivas missed both field goals he attempted today, from 29 and 31 yards out.

The Owls look to bounce back next Friday night against Louisiana Tech at FAU Stadium.

Colby Guy is a contributing writer with the University Press. For information regarding this or other stories, email [email protected] or tweet him @thatguycolbs