UTC Mocs' passing game far from potent

photo UTC wide receiver Terrell Robinson (6) catches a pass during practice Tuesday at Scrappy Moore Field.

While the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's rushing attack has produced more than 200 yards in each of the past five games, the passing game has been far from prolific.

Some of that is situational, such as when the Mocs (4-2, 2-1 SoCon) have had comfortable second-half leads or whenever their ground game is thriving and there's little point in putting the ball in the air.

But in two of the Mocs' past three games, quarterback Jacob Huesman has thrown for fewer than 100 yards. Last Saturday in the 31-9 win against Furman, he was 13-for-17 but for just 84 yards.