published Saturday, October 15th, 2011

Mocs leading WCU

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga leads Western Carolina 51-7 after three quarters at Finley Stadium.

UTC freshman quarterback Terrell Robinson, who has three touchdown passes, is likely done for the night after taking a hit and laying on the field while trainers tended to him. Graham Nichols is now under center.

In the third quarter, J.J. Jackson scored on a 22-yard run. D.J. Key returned an interception 85 yards. WCU scored on a 1-yard run by Michael Vaughn. And UTC running back Marquis Green scored from 7 yards out.

HALFTIME

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga leads Western Carolina 31-0 at halftime in their Southern Conference matchup at Finley Stadium.

Freshman quarterback Terrell Robinson has led a potent offense in place of injured quarterback B.J. Coleman.

Robinson has completed 6 of 9 passes for 110 yards and three touchdowns. He has also rushed for 61 yards on 10 carries.

In the second quarter, linebacker Ryan Consiglio picked up a fumble forced by Keyon Reed and rumbled 45 yards for a touchdown and a 24-0 lead.

Later in the quarter, Robinson connected with Joel Bradford for a 21-yard touchdown.

FIRST QUARTER

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga leads Western Carolina 17-0 at the end of he first quarter in Finley Stadium.

Freshman Terrell Robinson, who prepped at South Pittsburg and is playing in place of senior B.J. Coleman, has rushed for 52 yards on five carries. He’s also completed 5-of-6 passes for 89 yards and two touchdowns.

Robinson connected with Faysal Shafaat or an 18-yard touchdown less than three minutes into the game. Nick Pollard added a 38-yard field goal. Robinson found Ron Moore for a 35-yard touchdown in the final minute of the quarter.

See Sunday’s Times Free Press for more coverage.

about David Uchiyama...

David Uchiyama is a sports writer at the Chattanooga Times Free Press who began his tenure here in May 2001. His primary beats are UTC athletics — specifically men’s basketball and athletic department administration — and golf, which includes coverage from the PGA Tour to youth events. He also covers other high school sports, outdoor adventures, and contributes to other sections of the newspaper when necessary. David grew up in Salinas, Calif., and began working ...

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