Oshkosh rolls in home opener, St. Norbert falls
The No. 4 UW-Oshkosh football team rolled past NAIA Virginia University-Lynchburg 74-7 Saturday afternoon at Titan Stadium.
UWO quarterback Brett Kasper accounted for three of his four total touchdowns through the air as the Titans improved to 2-0 on the early season.
In the convincing victory, nine different players accounted for a score in the game.
It was a different story at Schneider Stadium where St. Norbert fell to Benedictine 29-7.
The Green Knights offense struggled from the opening drive on, falling behind 15-0 in the first half and never recovering.
Historically a team known to get off to a fast start, SNC has dropped their first two contests to open 2017.
In other local competition, Lawrence tops Finlandia 27-22, while Ripon falls to UW-La Crosse 45-14.