Troy fell 38-10 at home to ULM - worst home loss since who knows how long. Even in the 52-35 loss to FIU, the Trojans still were competitive offensively.
Troy's defense was very good until the second half, when it broke. Troy's offense never got going. Troy's special teams was bad, too.
“Obviously as everybody saw, we’ve got to get a lot better on the offensive side of the ball,” Troy quarterback Corey Robinson said. “They just beat us. That’s it. They beat us.”
“The bottom fell out, I guess,” Robinson added. “Little things that maybe not everybody sees but we all know. Little things win and lose games, so I guess we’ve got to start capitalizing on the little things and become a better football team because we’re pretty down right now.”
LARRY BLAKENEY: "Whats going on is I think there’s some pretty good teams and coaches in our league. Everybody gets to coach and play. Normally in our business in this game when you don’t win, you got outcoached and outplayed. You’ve got to give Todd Berry and his staff and those guys with ULM all the credit. We’ve certainly got some work to do. It’s pretty obvious."
"Sometimes you just get whipped. I would say that’s a good appraisal of what happened tonight. Troy got whipped. We got whipped across the board.
"That don’t taste very good. There’s only one way to do something about it."
Trojans were held to just 126 total yards, though 28 lost yards came when a snap went over Will Goggans' head and into the end zone for a safety.
"We’ve got to do something," Blakeney said. "We’ve got to get to where we can run it a little bit better to offset some of the things we’re getting or we’ve got to throw and catch better. I won’t leave out coaching, too. I’m standing down there watching that, too. That’s where I come in."
Later on, I'll get postgame links added.