PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh Power had a rough night Saturday as they hosted the Tulsa Talons at the CONSOL Energy Center.
Quarterback Kevin McCabe struggled during the game, completing eight of 18 passes for 77 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. He would finish the game on the bench.
One of those touchdowns came with the Power down 14-7 in the second quarter. McCabe hit Mike Washington to tie the game at 14-14.
The game turned in Tulsa’s favor for good though in the third when the Power’s Eddie Thompson fumbled a kickoff with the Talons leading 17-14.
Tulsa was able to capitalize quickly afterward with another touchdown to make it 24-14.
Former Penn State quarterback Anthony Morrelli came into the game in the third. He was brought in last week after an injury to the Power’s starting quarterback Bernard Morris.
He completed five consecutive passes, but his sixth was intercepted by Tulsa.
The Power are now 2-2.