PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Kyle Newhall-Caballero threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for two more, leading Brown over Rhode Island 35-21 on Saturday night in the 96th meeting between the teams.
Newhall-Caballero was 17 for 29 passing for 209 yards and rushed for 15 yards on five attempts for the Bears (2-1), who lead the all-time series 68-26-2.
Trailing 7-0 early in the opening quarter, the Ivy League's reigning Player of the Week took over to rally Brown into halftime. Newhall-Caballero threw a 27-yard touchdown pass to Mark Kachmer, a 17-yarder to Alex Tounkara-Kone and rushed in himself for a 2-yard score to put the Bears up 21-7 at the break.
Brown's quarterback notched another 2-yard touchdown rush to end the third quarter.
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