Kinne, defense lead Tulsa past North Texas 41-24
TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- G.J. Kinne tossed three touchdown passes and Tulsa returned two interceptions for touchdowns in a
41-24 victory Saturday over North Texas.
Kinne threw scoring passes of 49 yards to Bryan Burnham, 25 yards to Willie Carter and 12 yards to Ricky Johnson, all in the
first half. He was 20 for 31 for 314 yards.
On defense, Dwight Dobbins and Dexter McCoil intercepted North Texas' Andrew McNulty, playing in place of injured starter
Derek Thompson, and returned both for scores.
McNulty was 11 for 18 for 158 yards and directed a scoring drive early in the fourth quarter, capped by Lance Dunbar's 7-yard
run. Dunbar ran for 127 yards on 40 carries. Sophomore quarterback Brent Osborn threw two late touchdowns to Dunbar and Ivan
Delgado for the Mean Green (1-4).
Tulsa finished with 412 yards of total offense despite having the ball for just over 19 minutes of the game.
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