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Daily Court Reporter - News UD football falls at Duquesne 34-20


UD football falls at Duquesne 34-20

University of Dayton Athletics

A pair of Duquesne touchdowns within 14 seconds of each other in the third quarter proved to be the backbreaker as the University of Dayton Flyers fell to the Dukes 34-20. The first touchdown was on an interception to give Duquesne its first lead of the game (21-20). Dayton fumbled the kickoff and on the very next play Duke QB Dillon Buechel hit Wayne Capers out of the backfield on a 20-yard TD to make it 27-20.

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Date Published: September 23, 2016


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