The Southern Connecticut State offense seems to have found its footing. A week after putting up 55 points in a win over Franklin Pierce, the Owls piled up 460 yards of offense in a 31-17 victory over Bentley on Saturday in Waltham, Mass. Quarterback Jackson Ostrowsky finished 28 of 37 for 405 yards and four touchdowns for the Owls (2-4). Brandon Swain-Price hauled in 10 of Ostrowsky\u2019s completions for 201 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Julian Chung also finished with 10 receptions for Southern, good for 129 yards. On the ground, Jonmichael Bivona led the way with a game-high 69 yards on 17 carries. On defense, Mekhi Barnett finished with a team-high six tackles, while Matthew Weiss added a pair of sacks. Navaughn Austin collected an interception in the game\u2019s final minute. Stephen Sturm finished with 208 yards passing, a touchdown and an interception for Bentley (1-4).