By Justin Sweitzer

After a tough loss to Seton Hill a week prior, KU looked to rebound against Millersville

Craig Reynolds

University on September 24. Fortunately for the Golden Bears, running back Craig Reynolds asserted himself on the offensive end, helping KU to rise past the Marauders, 41-13.

Reynolds rushed for four touchdowns on the day, running for 157 yards. Quarterback Collin DiGalbo, a redshirt freshman, started his first game as a Golden Bear by throwing for 250 yards with one touchdown and one interception. DiGalbo had one rushing touchdown in his first career start.

Wide receiver Nathan Hollander led the Golden Bears on the receiving end with 80 receiving yards and one touchdown.

Wide receiver Christian Kemp scored the sole touchdown for the Marauders.

Millersville quarterback J.J. Paige threw for 253 yards completing 24 of 36 attempts. He threw one touchdown and one interception in their loss to the Golden Bears.

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