Kinnick doesn't need late rally to improve to 2-0

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Nile C. Kinnick quarterback Patrick Kelly tries to avoid the tackle of Humphreys' David Key.  DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES
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Nile C. Kinnick quarterback Patrick Kelly tries to avoid the tackle of Humphreys' David Key. DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES

Kinnick doesn't need late rally to improve to 2-0

by: Dave Ornauer | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: September 17, 2018

CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea – One could easily call Nile C. Kinnick a big-play team, since six of its nine touchdowns have come on plays of 30 yards or more.

Or the Red Devils could be viewed as a second-half team, since seven of their nine TDs have come after halftime.

But coach Dan Joley prefers to discuss the development and growth of Patrick Kelly at quarterback, particularly during Saturday’s 35-6 win at Humphreys. Kelly racked up 206 yards of total offense and accounted for four touchdowns in the victory.

“He managed the game well,” Joley said of Kelly, a junior who went 8-for-16 for 194 yards, including touchdown passes of 98 and 8 yards to Chris Watson and 30 yards to Kaine Roberts. Kelly also ran in a 2-yard sneak for another score.

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