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Smith Spreading Ball, Sweat Stepping Up

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 9/09/2012 8:04 pm
The Cats had another nice outing offensively against Kent State Saturday.

Max Smith threw for 354 yards and 4 touchdowns and has yet to turn the ball over through two games.

If the Cats could've converted in the redzone versus Louisville, it could've been a  different story at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium last week.  But fumbles by the backs stopped any hope of a win on the road there.

Aaron Boyd's breakout performance of 11 receptions for 100 yards and his first touchdown wearing Blue and White wasn't the only good news for the Cats in the 47-14 win over the Golden Flashes.

The fact Smith spread the other 250-plus yards passing around to nine other different receivers is great news moving forward for the 'O.'

Freshman receiver DeMarcus Sweat was on the receiving end of a 56-yard screen pass from Smith.  A 56-yard screen pass Sweat took in for six points on his first collegiate reception.

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