No. 4 Oklahoma romps; TCNJ, Rowan win

Posted: September 22, 2007

TULSA, Okla. - Allen Patrick ran for 145 yards and two touchdowns, Sam Bradford threw two long touchdown passes to Juaquin Iglesias, and No. 4 Oklahoma outraced Tulsa, 62-21, last night.

DeMarco Murray added two touchdown runs and returned a kickoff for another score.

The Sooners (4-0), the highest-scoring team in the nation, have put up at least 50 points in all four games.

After Tulsa quickly moved downfield following an interception for an early lead, the Sooners scored on five straight first-half possessions.

Patrick high-stepped into the end zone on a 29-yard burst for a touchdown, and later pushed through from the 1 to make it 35-14.

Paul Smith threw for two scores and ran for another to lead Tulsa (2-1), which scored more touchdowns than Oklahoma's first three opponents combined.

The College of New Jersey, 13, La Salle 12 - Matt Dalessio's field goal with less than a minute to go gave The College of New Jersey the win over host La Salle.

Dalessio kicked a 28-yard field goal with 42 seconds left to give TCNJ (2-1) the win. Dalessio also booted a 43-yarder in the first quarter as the Lions built a 10-6 halftime lead.

Chris Hanson threw two touchdown passes for La Salle (0-3). He threw a 32-yard strike to Gabe Guerri just before halftime and added a 5-yarder to John McVey as the Explorers took a 12-10 lead.

Dan Dornacker powered the ground game for the Lions with 119 yards on 17 carries, and Chris James passed for 143 yards and threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Lee Jones.

Rowan 41, Widener 0 - Quarterback Tim Hagerty tossed two touchdown passes and ran for two more as Rowan pounded Widener in Glassboro.

Hagerty was 9 of 24 passing for 116 yards and carried the ball 14 times for 65 yards.

He connected with wide receiver Billy Magill for an 18-yard score just before halftime. In the third quarter, he found receiver Vinnie Graff from 9 yards out.

Dan Roberts completed the scoring with two fourth-quarter field goals, from 38 and 36 yards.

The Profs (2-1) limited the Pride (1-2) to 101 yards of total offense.

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