Bloomsburg put the game on ice with a back-breaking 96-yard drive to begin the fourth quarter. The Huskies drove the length of the field in 12 plays, reaching the end zone with a terrific, juggling 20-yard catch by tight end Aaron Allison.
A Liam Nadler quarterback sneak gave Gannon its second touchdown of the game, but the final scoring came from the visitors when Joe Parsnik ran off a 34-yard touchdown with less than three minutes on the clock.
The Huskies totaled 500 yards of total offense, paced by 351 yards on the ground. Through the air, Kelly completed 8 of 15 passes for 149 yards and two scores.
Defensively, Andrew Harris and Justin Shirk led the way with eight tackles apiece for Bloomsburg. Larry Webster racked up two sacks while Shawn Mitchell also tallied a forced fumble.
Bloomsburg returns home on Saturday, Oct. 12 when it hosts Millersville at 3:30 p.m. inside Danny Hale Field at Redman Stadium as part of Homecoming Weekend on campus.