MARTIN, Tenn. (AP) -Roren Thomas ran 65 yards for a touchdown on the first play of the game and later caught two scoring passes to help Tennessee-Martin rout Concordia College 87-21 Thursday night.
Thomas' scoring receptions covered 60 and 72 yards and were part of a Skyhawk offense that produced 699 total yards against the outmanned Hornets (3-1). Thomas had four catches in all for 180 yards.
Cade Thompson threw for 261 yards and three touchdowns - all in the first half - while freshman Daryl Bourne (111) had his second straight 100-yard rushing game for Tennessee-Martin (2-1), including a 57-yard touchdown. Thompson's other TD passes went to Jamaal Akbar (14 yards) and Mike Hicks (12 yards).
sacks and recovered three Concordia fumbles.
Tennessee-Martin kicker Tom Hansen set a new school record by converting 12 PATs. He also equaled a UTM mark for most points in a game by a kicker with 15 total.
A.J. Ward ran for 153 yards with a 59-yard touchdown sprint for the Hornets.
The 87 points was the second-highest total in Tennessee-Martin history, No. 2 only to the 97 scored vs. Bethel College in 1995.

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