By Justin Sweitzer
The Golden Bears traveled to Greensburg, Pa. on September 17 in what would turn out to be a losing effort for Jim Clements’ KU team as the Golden Bears fell to the Seton Hill Griffins by a score of 22-44.
KU was unable to score throughout the majority of the first half, with the Griffins unleashing an offensive performance that saw Seton Hill score four unanswered touchdowns. KU quarterback Brennan Scott struggled offensively, leading Clements to make a change.
The Golden Bears finally made an impression on the scoreboard when KU third string quarterback Collin
DiGalbo came into the game threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to wideout Kellen Williams. KU kicker Brennan Scott missed the extra point attempt, sending the Golden Bears into the locker room with 21-point deficit at halftime.
The Golden Bears tried to make a comeback in the second half, but Seton Hill’s impressive start was too much to overcome for KU.
Seton Hill quarterback Christian Strong threw four touchdowns for 517 yards. For KU, DiGalbo threw one touchdown and totaled 145 yards in his season debut.