Troy's ground game was unstoppable, compiling a staggering 546 yards on 79 carries.
Troy attempted only pass, and it was a Clark Jackson completion to Nate Swain, good for 38 yards and a touchdown.
Collin Binford returned five Binghamton kicks for a total of 80 yards, and everything else for Troy came via their irresistible ground game.
Ben Sherman was the workhorse, amassing 324 yards on 45 carries and five touchdowns on runs on 5, 1, 4, 50 and 1 yard.
Kurtis Roupp scored on a 14 yard run for Troy's final score.
Roupp carried the ball 12 times for 94 yards, Clark Jackson gained 60 yards on 14 carries; Collin Binford had 30 on five carries. Nate Swain carried the ball once from scrimmage, good for a 27-yard pickup. Cody Ercolino gained 11 yards on two carries.
Troy's ball control offense worked to perfection, and Binghamton ran just 28 plays in the game (only nine in the second half). Two onside kicks successfully recovered by Troy were big factors as Binghamton scored each time it had the ball.
Each team had seven touchdowns. Collin Binford converted four of five extra point kicks, and Clark Jackson had one two-point conversion.