SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Evan Harney scored on a 1-yard run with 35
seconds left in the game to give San Diego a 38-35 win over Dayton
on Saturday night.
Harney was hit as he leapt over the pile on fourth down, but
managed to get into the end zone to cap a 71-yard drive and give
the Toreros their fourth straight victory in a game that saw the
teams combine for 953 yards in total offense.
San Diego (6-4, 3-1 Pioneer Football League North) overcame
Casey Klaus' 79-yard fumble return for a touchdown with 9:18 left
in the game that gave Dayton a 35-31 lead. The Toreros beat the
Flyers for the second straight season after dropping the first 10
games of the series.
Dayton (7-3, 2-2) had its 12-game road winning streak snapped.
The last time the Flyers lost on the road was at St. Mary's, Calif.
in Nov. 2001.
Todd Mortensen completed 37 of 54 passes for 464 yards, the
second best yardage total in school history, and threw for three
touchdowns as San Diego gained 520 yards.
Michael Gasperson caught 11 passes for 218 yards, second on the
Toreros' single-game yardage list, and a touchdown.
Wide receiver Ryan Wrobleski caught a 25-yard scoring pass and
had a 19-yard touchdown run for Dayton, which lost its second
straight game. Wrobleski caught 6 passes for 119 yards.