Wolves Defeat Rams 35-14; Framingham State Homecoming Game October 22

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By Framingham State athletics

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DANBURY, CONNECTICUT –  The Framingham State University football team was defeated 35-14 by the Wolves of Western Connecticut State University Saturday afternoon in a Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) tilt at the Westside Athletic Complex. 

Framingham State falls to 3-4 overall and is 2-3 in the MASCAC

Western Conn. is now 4-3 and 3-2 in the MASCAC.

 

INSIDE THE NUMBERS: 

  • Chad Blszky rushed 28 times for 123 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns to lead the Western Connecticut as the Wolves broke a string of nine straight losses to Framingham State, dating back to when the Wolves moved into the MASCAC as an affiliated member in 2013. 
  • Western Connecticut held a slight edge in yards for the game gaining 279 yards of offense to 262 for the Rams. 
  • Terry Smith completed 6-of-20 for the Rams for 51 yards with a touchdown and three picks, while Noah Leonard went 1-for-3 for five yards. Smith rushed for 32 yards on nine carries, while Leonard picked up 37 yards on his nine carries. 
  • Devaun Ford rushed for 69 yards on three carries, while Bookie McBean Jr. Rushed for 51 yards on seven carries.   
  • Manny Lara was the Rams leading receiver with seven catches for 62 yards and a pair of scores. 
  • John Giller completed 8-of-10 for the Wolves for 102 yards and a score, while Zach Soriano made two catches for 49 yards. 
  • The Rams defense received 13 tackles, including 11 solo, from Michael Brooks, while Chase Buono and Dylan DeWolfe finished with eight tackles apiece.  

HOW IT HAPPENED: 

  • The Wolves grabbed a 7-0 lead on a nine-yard Giller touchdown pass just under five minutes into the game. 
  • West Conn would add a touchdown early in the second quarter pushing the lead to 14-0, but the Rams answered with an 11-yard touchdown pass from Smith to Lara to cut the deficit to 14-7 at the half. 
  • A pair of touchdowns in the third quarter pushed the Wolves lead to 28-7 and a touchdown in the opening minutes of the fourth extended the lead to 35-7. 
  • The Rams received an 11-yard touchdown pass from Tobias Haire to Lara with just over six to play to cap the scoring in the game.  

UP NEXT: 

The Rams are back in action on October 29, when they host Massachusetts Maritime Academy at noon as part of Homecoming & Family Weekend. 

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