Found October 19, 2013 on Bearcats Blog:
Brendon Kay threw up his first 300 yard passing game of the season and matched his career high with 4 TDs, while also running for another, as Cincinnati completely dismantled UConn 41-16. The Huskies couldn't stop Kay through the air. He completed 17-24 passes, many of them wide open. The Bearcats even scored through the air on the arm of Jordan Luallen. Out of the LuallenCat, Jordan threw a pass to a wide open Chris Moore for Moore's second TD of the game. Moore made a spectacular 1 handed catch to kick off the scoring. Blake Annen added a 41 yard TD catch, Max Morrison a 32 yarder and Anthony McClung a 28 yard score on a flip pass type of play. The only thing the offense didn't do well was run the ball. Jordan Luallen ended up being the leading rusher in attempts with 8. Tion Green was held to 8 carries, 38 yards. RDA had 7 carries for 14 yards. He hasn't had a double digit yard run in two weeks. Hosey Williams got some action with 5 carries for 38 yards. H...
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