A failed two-point conversion attempt late in the game by the visiting University of Toronto Blues gave the University of Guelph Gryphons a Homecoming victory on Saturday in OUA football play.
Guelph won the game, played in front of around 4,100 fans at Alumni Stadium, by a 31-29 score. Toronto had a chance to tie the game with eight seconds left but missed on a two-point conversion attempt.
Gryphon quarterback Jazz Lindsey was 24-for-28 in the game for 264 yards. He threw two touchdown passes and no interceptions.
On the ground, Robert Farquharson had 21 carries for 83 yards for the home team and he had two TDs. Carl Trivieri had eight catches for 97 yards. Defensively, Jake Reinhart and John Rush each had 9.5 tackles. Seven of Reinhart’s tackles were solo.
Guelph improved to 3-1 with the win and Toronto fell to 1-3.
Other scores on the weekend: Waterloo 23 York 22, Western 43, Windsor 26, Wilfrid Laurier 35 Ottawa 27, McMaster 33 Queen’s 20.
The Gryphons are in Waterloo Saturday for a 1 p.m. game against Laurier. The Golden Hawks are 2-2 this season.