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Simulation: Trojans score 31 unanswered to beat the Bobcats

On December 23, 2016 at 5:52 pm EST

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to our simulation, the Troy Trojans defeated the Ohio Bobcats, 41-10, on Friday night. The simulation is for the Dollar General Bowl in Ladd-Pebbles, Stadium in Mobile, Alabama.

The Bobcats had 329 total yards in 24 minutes and 25 seconds in time of possession. The Trojans had 462 total yards in 35 minutes and 35 seconds.

Jordan Chunn (Getty Images)

Jordan Chunn (Getty Images)

Trojans quarterback Brandon Silvers had 255 yards and three touchdowns.

Jordan Chunn had 151 rushing yards and a touchdown. Josh Anderson had 36 yards and a touchdown, while Silvers had 15 yards and B.J. Smith had five yards.

Emanuel Thompson had 82 yards and a touchdown, while Tevaris McCormick had 51 yards and a touchdown. Chunn had 45 yards and Deondre Douglas had 39 yards and a touchdown. John Johnson had 16 yards, while Gabe Hill had 15 yards and Anderson had seven yards.

Bobcats quarterback Greg Windham had 182 yards. He also had a touchdown and an interception.

Dorian Brown had 56 rushing yards and Maleek Irons had 47 yards. Windham added 44 yards.

Jordan Reid had 40 receiving yards while Irons had 37 and Sebastian Smith had 31 yards and a touchdown. Andrew Meyer had 24 yards and Dorian Brown had 20 yards. Troy Mangen had 12 yards and Mason Morgan had 11 yards. Elijah Ball had a seven-yard reception.

Austin Clack had a sack for the Bobcats. Robert Johnson and Jamal Stadom had a sack each for the Trojans, while Cedarius Rookard had an interception.

The Trojans scored 31 unanswered points since the Louie Zervos 33-yard field goal with 11:32 left in the third quarter.

Troy started the game with a 10-0 lead. Then, Ohio scored 10 straight to tie the game at 10 in the third.

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