ORONO, Maine (AP) -- Montell Owens rushed for 92 yards and two
touchdowns Saturday as Maine rallied for two fourth-quarter scores
to defeat Delaware, 25-13.
The Black Bears (3-5, 1-4) got a first-quarter touchdown when
Ron Whitcomb connected with Kevin McMahan from 47 yards.
On Maine's next drive, Owens capped a 14-play, 80-yard drive
with a 1-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter and the
Bears held a 13-0 lead.
Delaware (4-4, 1-4) got on the board late in the first half
after a 19-play, 55-yard drive that spanned more than 10 minutes.
Omar Cuff scored from 1 yard out.
Delaware tied the game at 13 after a field goal in the third and
another early in the fourth. The Hens' next drive, which went deep
into Maine territory, was cut short when running back Danny Jones
fumbled. Jones rushed for 108 yards, all in the second half.
After the turnover, Maine marched 88 yards and took the lead for
good when Whitcomb found McMahan again, this time from 6 yards out.
Owens added his second touchdown less than a minute later when
Maine's defense forced a fumble.
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