Morgan State Vs. Akron 2012: Final Score And Game Recap

Akron had 751 yards of total offense as the Zips beat Morgan State 66-6 Saturday.

Akron led 21-6 at halftime and then pulled away in the third quarter. Quarterback Dalton Williams, who was 37-for-49 passing for 441 yards and 3 touchdowns, found Andrew Pratt for one of his two second half touchdown catches with 7:35 left in the third quarter. Williams accumulated his impressive numbers without even playing in the fourth quarter or part of the third quarter. He was relieved by backup Kyle Pohl, who connected with Jerrod Dillard for 28-yards late in the third quarter and then to Pratt for 37-yards in the fourth.

Connor Hundley ran for two touchdowns and Dee Frieson ran for one. Jawon Chisholm had 125 yards on 19 carries for the Zips. Marquelo Suel had 6 catches for 98 yards and Pratt caught 3 passes for 90 yards.

Akron and Morgan State are both 1-2 on the season.

For more information on Akron and the rest of the Mid-American Conference, check out Hustle Belt.

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