Strong offense grants bowl eligibility for Cougars
November 24, 2014
Junior running back Kenneth Farrow had one of the best games of his career as he rushed for 116 yards and scored a career-best four touchdowns. | Justin Tijerina/The Cougar
The Cougars made sure to spread out the yards on offense as junior running back Ryan Jackson rushed for 103 yards on 13 carries. | Justin Tijerina/The Cougar
The Cougar defense took a few quarters to warm up, but came out big in the fourth quarter as freshman corner Howard Wilson (6) nabbed one of the team’s three interceptions. | Justin Tijerina/The Cougar
Improving to 4-1 as the Cougars’ starting quarterback, sophomore Greg Ward Jr. completed 16 of 21passes for 227 yards and a touchdown in Saturday’s win. | Justin Tijerina/The Cougar
With 150 yards on seven receptions, freshman receiver Steven Dunbar was the main contributor to the Cougars’ 227 passing yards. | Justin Tijerina/The Cougar
The Cougars became bowl eligible after their 38-28 win over the Tulsa Hurricane on Saturday and improved to 4-2 in conference, 6-4 overall. Junior running back Kenneth Farrow had a career-best four touchdowns after rushing for 116 yards and freshman receiver Steven Dunbar totaled 150 yards on seven receptions throughout Houston’s offensive showcase.