AAC Conference Round-Up: Week 6

Tulane 21

Cincinnati 37

Cincinnati continued their undefeated streak when they hosted Tulane.

Running back Michael Warren had himself a big day rushing for 123 yards and 1 touchdown.

Tulane Quarterback Justin McMillan accounted for two touchdowns but his 130 yards in the air was clearly not enough for his club to win.

The Bearcats will travel to Philadelphia next Saturday (10/20) to take on Temple in a tough conference matchup.

The Green Wave will host SMU next Saturday (10/20) looking to get their first home win this season.

With Cronkrite’s explosiveness, he remains an NFL prospect.

USF 58

UMass 42

Another undefeated conference team, the Bulls traveled to UMass and handled business. They extended their record on the year to 5-0. Their running back Jordan Cronkrite had a game to remember.

His 302 yards on the ground with 3 touchdowns was the guiding force in his team’s offensive explosion.

USF will travel this weekend as they prepare to take on University of Tulsa.

Navy 7

Air Force 35

The Midshipmen suffered a second straight loss when they traveled to take on Air Force. The fierce rushing attack from Air Force was too much as they let up 263 yards and 4 touchdowns on the ground.

Navy’s Quarterback Malcolm Perry couldn’t get much offense going for his team, rushing for 54 yards with only 36 passing yards all game.

This Saturday they will look to end their losing streak as they play host to a Temple team who’s coming off an offensive routing against ECU last week.

Uconn 14

Memphis 55

The struggling Huskies extended their losing streak to three games following their loss to the Tigers. Despite 190 yards and a touchdown, Uconn quarterback David Pindel couldn’t get his teams offense clicking all game.

The Memphis rushing attack delivered big against the clear inferior team. Running backs Darnell Henderson and Patrick Taylor had themselves a competition amongst themselves in the game. Both responsible for 3 touchdowns, Henderson racked up 174 yards and Taylor rushed for 161 yards on the ground respectively.

Memphis’ next game will be big as they look to avoid their 3rd conference loss playing host to UCF this saturday. Uconn will be off as they prepare for USF next Saturday (10/20).

UCF remains unbeaten and one of the nation’s top teams.

SMU 20  

(10) UCF 48

The Golden Knights being the best team in the conference continued to prove their dominance. Mackenzie Milton with another season of playing strong football. His 278 yards and 2 touchdowns was a small part of their strong offensive outing. The #10 team in the country tallied 4 rushing touchdowns from multiple running backs to collect their second conference win.

SMU used two quarterbacks on the day who both threw for a touchdown but it wasn’t enough to affect one of the nations top clubs.

The Golden Knights stay one of three unbeaten teams in the AAC so far this season. Their next game will be this Saturday as they take on Memphis.

SMU will travel to Tulane this Saturday looking to end a four game road losing streak.

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