Saint Francis Rally Nets Comeback Win

By Dean Pantazi

September 1, 2012 Updated Sep 1, 2012 at 9:40 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Antoin Campbell ran for 123 yards and a touchdown in helping Saint Francis net a come from behind 39-31 win over Wisconsin-Stevens Point on Saturday.

The Cougars built an early 13-3 lead on a pair of Josh Miller to Austin Coleman touchdown passes, but the visiting Pointers scored 21 unanswered points on two Ethan Lockhart touchdown runs and a recovered bad punt snap for a score to take a 24-13 lead.

But Campbell found the end zone just before the half to get USF closer, and then backup quarterback David Yoder, in for Miller who left with a concussion, put USF ahead in the third on a short touchdown run.

Kyle Mathewson sealed the win with a pair of fourth quarter touchdown runs.

USF is back home next Saturday to host St. Ambrose.

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