The Binghamton Patriots offense proved too much for the Vestal Golden Bears to handle at Alumni Stadium on Friday night.  Binghamton turned a 14-3 half-time lead into a 41-15 victory on Senior Night for the Patriots.

Mose Hill had a huge game for the Patriots.  At 5-7 and 170 pounds Hill showed jet-like speed and running in one-back sets behind quarterback Daniel Crowley he was able to accelerate to full-speed by the time he hit the line of scrimmage.  From there defenders usually watched from the rear view mirror while giving pursuit.  Hill scored four touchdowns and rushed for 215 yards in the win.

Quarterback Crowley exhibited an almost perfect touch in passing for 296 yards.  He threw deep but also was masterful in short, swing passes to Hill out of the backfield.  Crowley also connected with wide receiver Colbie Young for 172 yards on 11 receptions.

With the victory the Patriots move to 4-3 overall and travel to Ithaca next Friday.  The Golden Bears drop to 5-2 and host Elmira Friday evening at Dick Hoover Stadium.

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