The University of Dayton football team traveled to the west coast for a Pioneer Football League games against the University of San Diego and the Flyers self-destructed with six turnovers, including a pick-six interception late in the game that thwarted a comeback try and led to a 40-25 defeat.
Once again the Dayton Flyers ran up a quick early lead against Taylor, just as they did the week before against Central State. Both weeks the Flyers took their feet off the pedal and let CSU and Taylor get back into the game, then jammed the pedal to the metal and beat Taylor, 52-20.
After giving Trevor Andrew his first win as the new football coach at the University of Dayton, 62-24 over Central State, the Flyers get another 'tune-up' game Saturday at Welcome Stadium against Taylor University, an NAIA school.
The University of Dayton football team, playing its first home game under new coach Trevor Andrews, jumped to an early 27-0 lead over Central State before the Marauders cut the lead to 27-10 at the half, only to watch the Flyers scored 23 straight points in the fourth quarter en route to a 62-24 victory at Welcome Stadium. Hal McCoy write UD Football
The Dayton Flyers took a step in competition, a trip west to Illinois for their 2023 opener, and learned once again about the degrees of football available between those who play in pursuit of a degree...and those whose degree simply centers around football. Hal McCoy writes for Sunday Press Pros.