TROY, Ala. -- Levi Brown threw for 413 yards and two touchdowns as Troy beat Alabama-Birmingham 27-14 on Saturday for the Trojans' first win of the season.
Brown's performance was just the second 400-yard passing game in Troy (1-2) history behind Sim Byrd's 454-yard game in 1968. Brown threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to TeBiarus Gill in the second quarter, including a 63 yard passing score to Chip Reeves in the third.
DuJuan Harris scored on a 22-yard run to give Troy a 24-6 lead late in the third quarter. Sam Glusman put the game away for Troy with a 22-yard field goal with 5:32 left in the fourth for the final margin.
Troy had 551 yards on offense, including 413 yards passing. UAB (1-2) finished with 109 yards passing.
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