By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to our whatifsports.com simulation, the Old Dominion Monarchs defeated the Eastern Michigan Eagles, 31-24, at Thomas Robinson Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas in the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl.
The Eagles had 414 total yards in 30 minutes and 14 seconds in time of possession. The Monarchs had 439 total yards in 29 minutes and 46 seconds in time of possession.
Monarchs quarterback David Washington had 260 passing yards with two touchdowns. He also threw an interception.
Ray Lawry had 121 rushing yards, while Jeremy Cox had 37 yards and Washington had 20. Josh Marriner had a carry for a yard.
Jonathan Duhart had 73 receiving yards and a touchdown. Travis Fuigham had 61 yards and Zach Pascal had 59 yards. Melvin Vaughn had 31 yards and a touchdown. Lawry added 24 yards and Cox had 12 yards.
Eagles quarterback Brogan Roback had 274 passing yards and a touchdown.
Blake Banham had 58 rushing yards and a touchdown, while Roback had 34 yards. Willie Parker had 27 yards, while Breck Turner had 21 yards and a touchdown.
Nigel Kilby had 79 receptions and a touchdown, while Sergio Bailey II had 51 yards and Antoine Porter and Johnnie Niupalau had 41 yards each. Eddie Daugherty had 40 yards, while Turner and Parker had 11 yards each.
Scott Wiggins had a sack for the Monarchs. Maxx Crosby had a sack for the Eagles, while Vince Calhoun had an interception.
Old Dominion dominated the second half, as they scored 24 points. Duhart and Vaughn had touchdown receptionships, while Washington had a rushing score.
Brad Davis converted on three field goal attempts.
Banham and Turner had touchdown runs for the Eagles, while Kilby caught a touchdown pass. Paul Fricano also made a 48-yard field goal.
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