USF Shocks St. Xavier, Marian Next

By Dean Pantazi

September 30, 2012 Updated Sep 30, 2012 at 12:43 AM EDT

CHICAGO (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Josh Miller ran for one touchdown and passed for another as NAIA tenth ranked Saint Francis surprised top ranked St. Xavier 25-13 Saturday night in college football.

The USF Cougars never trailed the St. X Cougars, opening up a 19-0 lead on a nine yard Miller touchdown run, a five yard Antoin Campbell touchdown run, and a three yard Miller scoring pass to usual defensive lineman Kevin Bush.

After St. Xavier closed to within six, Saint Francis extended the lead with David Yoder, in for an injured Miller, tossing a 25 yard scoring pass to Clayton Smith in the fourth quarter.

USF jumps from the frying pan to the fire in two weeks when they visit unbeaten number two Marian.

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