Cincinnati Football: Individual stats from blowout over Kennesaw State

During the 63-10 win over Kennesaw State, plenty of players stepped up and put up noteworthy stat lines for Cincinnati. Both quarterbacks and three different runnings backs found the end zone as the Bearcats scored nine touchdowns in the victory.

Ben Bryant looked sharp in his second straight start under center, finishing with 201 yards and three touchdowns on 17/20 passing attempts. Before being replaced midway through the third quarter, Bryant continued to lead the offense effectively.

All three running backs played well in limited snaps as Charles McClelland led the team with 10 carries for 66 yards and one touchdown. The redshirt senior started after Ryan Montgomery was ruled out with a rib injury suffered against the Razorbacks.

Even though he lost a fumble in the first half, Myles Montgomery bounced back with a strong fourth quarter and finished with a game-high 104 rushing yards on five carries. The majority of that came on a 76-yard touchdown sprint right up the middle.

Cincinnati Football: Individual stats from blowout over Kennesaw State

Five different receivers had multiple catches against Kennesaw State including Tyler Scott, who showed off his agility and quickness with an ankle-breaking touchdown in the second quarter. The junior wide receiver racked up 42 yards on three receptions.

After playing at an extremely high level last week in the season opener, Ivan Pace Jr. picked up where he left off. The Cincinnati native continued to play with great energy en route to a game-high 11 tackles.

Dontay Corleone was another defensive player that made a notable impact on Saturday night. The redshirt freshman complied six tackles and one sack including three solo tackles. Junior defensive tackle Jowon Briggs totaled eight tackles in the win.

Cincinnati will return to the field against Miami (Ohio) with an opportunity to extend it’s 15-game winning streak over the rival RedHawks. Kick off is set for noon next Saturday at Paycor Stadium.