Johns Hopkins senior quarterback Robbie Matey threw for 408 yards and six touchdowns—both career highs—as the 14th-ranked Blue Jays rolled to a 65-10 victory at Juniata in Huntingdon, Pa., on Saturday afternoon.
Matey's 408 yards were the fifth-highest single-game total in school history, and his six TDs were one shy of the school record. He completed 23 of 26 pass attempts, besting the 386 yards and five TDs he put up a year ago against Juniata.
Senior Bob D'Orazio was on the receiving end of three scoring passes for JHU (5-0), which also got touchdown catches from Jon Monteiro, Jared Beekman, Daniel Wodicka, and Jonathan Germano. Germano's TD reception came courtesy of backup QB Braden Anderson, who replaced Matey in the fourth quarter. Brandon Cherry and Will Nunn added scoring runs for the Blue Jays, who amassed 606 yards of total offense.
The Johns Hopkins defense limited the host Eagles to 181 yards, forced two turnovers, and notched four sacks.
JHU returns to action Oct. 18 against Dickson at Homewood Field.Read more from hopkinssports.com