TORONTO -- Simon Nassar threw four touchdown passes, including three to Alex Pierzchalski, as the University of Toronto (2-4) beat the rebuilding Carleton Ravens football program 50-10 in Canadian Interuniversity Sport play Friday.
The loss marked Carleton's fifth in as many games this season.
Nassar completed 26 of 39 passes for 343 yards, and hit Pierzchalski with scoring passes of 16 and 28 yards in the second quarter, and a 10-yarder in the third.
Aaron Milton made his presence felt on the ground for Toronto, with 17 carries for 171 yards and a touchdown.
Nathaniel Behar caught four passes for 34 yards and a touchdown, while Andrew Banerjee made a 17-yard field goal for the Ravens.
Carleton resurrected its football program this season after pulling the plug on the team after the 1998 campaign.
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At Halifax, the Saint Mary's Huskies defence gave up just 163 yards in total offence to the X-Men in their win on Friday night.
Michael Dawes scored on a 3-yard run in the first quarter to make it 10-0, and Jacob Gesse ran in from the four-yard line in the third quarter to push the lead to 22-3.
Chase Kodejs booted field goals of 37, 30 and 35 yards for Saint Mary's.
Ashton Dickson scored on a one-yard run for the X-Men, while Jeremy Ford added field goals of 27 and 38 yards.