YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Youngstown State Penguins quarterback Demeatric Crenshaw tied a school record as he helped lead YSU past Dayton 49-16 Saturday afternoon.
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Crenshaw threw for five touchdown passes, tying a school record held by Kurt Hess.
The Penguins opened the scoring on their first drive of the game when Demeatric found Latrell Fordham for a three-yard touchdown to make it 7-0.
Crenshaw would throw his second touchdown of the game later in the quarter when he hooked up with Bryce Oliver for a 17-yard score to double the YSU lead to 14-0.
He would add his third of the first quarter at the 1:34 mark when Crenshaw hit Jaleel McLaughlin on a shovel pass for a 52-yard touchdown to give the Penguins a 21-0 lead.
After a Dayton field goal, Crenshaw would add his fourth of the first half when he connected with Max Tomczak on a 27-yard touchdown to make it 28-3.
YSU would lead 28-10 going into the half.
The score would stay that way until late in the third quarter when McLaughlin found space on the right side and took it 46-yards for the score, extending the YSU lead to 35-10.
YSU threw for six touchdown passes in the game which is a new school record.
The win moves Youngstown State to 2-0 and will travel to Kentucky next week.