Updated: Saturday, 27 Oct 2012, 11:48 PM EDT
Published : Saturday, 27 Oct 2012, 4:10 PM EDT
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FORT WAYNE, IN. (WANE) - Any concerns Kevin Donley had about complacency were gone by the time Austin Coleman crossed the goal line following a 63-yard touchdown reception with just over three minutes to play in the first quarter. It proved the marquee play in a 31-7 win over Siena Heights by the Cougars, improving their record to 6-2 on the season.
The more understated story however might be the play of the USF defense. Playing at home for the first time in a month, Saint Francis limited Siena Heights to 223 yards, while their offense wracked up 413. In fact, so good was the Cougars pressure, Heights didn't score until there were just 53 seconds remaining in the game when Raphael Dunson scored on a two-yard run.
USF quarterback Josh Miller - making his first start since suffering a sprained ankle a couple of weeks ago - finished 9-of-13 for 159 yards and a touchdown. Miller was eventually lifted for David Yoder who went 8-of-14 for 114 yards and a touchdown as well. Running back Andrew Turner carried just three times for seven yards, but scored a pair of touchdowns.
Saint Francis hosts Taylor University next Saturday at noon.
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