Posted: Oct 19, 2019
MEDFORD, Mass. – The Tufts University football team overwhelmed Bowdoin on Saturday, 49-0, at Ellis Oval.
The Jumbos move to 3-3 this season while the Polar Bears fall to 0-6.
- The teams played a scoreless opening quarter as the Polar Bears racked up three sacks in the early going to stymie the Jumbo offense.
- Tufts hit its stride with a 21-point second quarter to take command before halftime, scoring twice on long touchdown passes from Jacob Caroll to OJ Armstrong to take a 21-0 edge at the break.
- The Jumbos continued to roll in the second half, scoring 14 points in both the third and fourth quarters.
- Armstrong hauled in his third touchdown pass of the day – a 66-yarder- and Tufts added three rushing touchdowns to cap the scoring.
By The Numbers
- Tufts rolled up 662 yards of total offense in the victory – 386 yards through the air and 276 on the ground- en route to the win.
- Bowdoin was able to muster only 181 yards of offnse and 11 first downs on the afternoon.
- Jacob Carroll went 12-23 for 325 yards passing and three TD's for Tufts, with six catches and 142 yards going to Armstrong.
- Bowdoin was led by 143 yards passing by Matthew Marcantano with Brendan Ward pacing the Polar Bears with five catches for 65 yards.
- Joe Gowetski made a team-high 11 tackles for Bowdoin, including 4.5 for a loss with 1.5 sacks.
- Bowdoin will return home next Saturday when they host Middlebury at 1:00 p.m. at Whittier Field.