Kay Lifts Cincinnati Past Rutgers, 52-17

Nov. 16, 2013



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17
RUTGERS
(5-4, 2-3 AAC)
Rank: NR/NR
  1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH F
Purdue Recap Logo 7 0 0 10 17
Cincinnati Recap Logo 24 14 7 7 52

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Piscataway, N.J. • Attendance: 40,870

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52
CINCINNATI
(8-2, 5-1 AAC)
Rank: NR/NR

STATS COMPARISON
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First Downs
26 21
Rushing Att.-Yards
28-112 33-108
Passing Yards
507 249
Passing (C-A-I) 28-43-1 27-51-2
Total Offense 619 357
Punts-Avg. 4-50.0 9-41.9
Fumbles-Lost 3-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 7-70 8-70
Time of Possession 28:08 31:52
3rd-Down Conversions 5-12 8-20
4th-Down Conversions 1-1 1-2

SCORING SUMMARY
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 FIRST QUARTER

Miliano 30-yd field goal

3 0

McKay 24-yd pass from Kay
(Miliano kick) 

10 0

Coleman 16-yd pass from Nova (Federico kick)

10 7
McKay 66-yd pass from Kay
(Miliano kick) 
17 7
Moore 28-yd pass from Washington (Miliano kick)  24 7
 SECOND QUARTER
 Luallen 9-yd run
(Miliano kick) 
31 7
Washington 41-yd pass from Kay (Miliano kick) 38 7
 THIRD QUARTER
 Moore 14-yd pass from Kay
(Miliano kick) 
45 7
 FOURTH QUARTER
 McKay 34-yd pass from Luallen (Miliano kick) 52
Huggins 1-yd run
(Federico kick) 
52 14
Federico 36-yd field goal 52 17

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) - Brendon Kay threw for a career-best 408 yards and four touchdowns, Mekale McKay caught three TDs and Cincinnati rolled to its fifth straight win with a 52-17 thrashing of Rutgers on Saturday.

The Bearcats (8-2, 5-1 American Athletic Conference) gained 619 yards in total offense, including 422 in the first half when they jumped to a 38-7 lead behind Kay and couple of trick plays.

Kay hit McKay on touchdowns plays of 24 and 66 yards in the first quarter. He added a 41-yarder to Shaq Washington in the second and a 15-yarder to Chris Moore in the third quarter. McKay got his career-best final touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 34-yard pass from Jordan Luallen, who also had a 9-yard TD run.

Gary Nova threw a touchdown pass to Brandon Coleman for Rutgers (5-4, 2-3), which lost for the third time in four games.