Brennan completed just four of 13 passes, with Barden responsible for all 80 of Brennan's passing yards.
Barden leads the team with 33 catches for 651 yards, averaging 19.7 yards per catch and 81.4 yards per game.
No other receiver has more than eight catches, 108 yards receiving or one touchdown.
The Mustangs are now 6-2 and face No. 2 Montana on Saturday.
Thomas Scotton (Flintridge Prep, 2004) junior running back, Massachusetts Institute Technology football: MIT didn't fare too well Saturday, getting throttled by Plymouth State, 35-3.
Scotton still turned in a formidable performance, though, rushing 14 times for a team-leading 70 yards.
Scotton and MIT (2-6) finish up the season at home at Cambridge on Saturday against Endicott College.
The former Rebels standout leads MIT with 98 carries for 439 yards. He has three rushing touchdowns.
Jason Jenkins (Crescenta Valley High, 2003) sophomore defensive end, Cal Lutheran football: The former Falcon's Kingsmen lost a heartbreaker Saturday to SCIAC-rival Occidental, 28-27.
Jenkins had four tackles in the loss that dropped Cal Lutheran to 5-2 on the year and 2-2 in SCIAC play.
Jenkins has notched 27.5 tackles on the season, eight of them for a loss, to go with six sacks.
Cal Lutheran hosts Pomona-Pitzer on Saturday in its final home game of the year.
Hannah Hand (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 2005) sophomore forward, New Mexico soccer: Hand and the Lobos wrapped up the season on Saturday, easily dispatching Air Force, 3-0.
Hand had perhaps her best collegiate game, tallying two assists off the bench in the victory.
The Lobos finished the year at 8-6-4 and 2-2-3 in the Mountain West Conference, good enough for third place.
Hand saw playing time in 17 of 18 games and finished with a goal and three assists.
Sydney Vermillion (Crescenta Valley High, 2006) freshman midfielder/defender, Cal State University Northridge soccer: The Matadors finished their season on Oct. 26, with a 3-1 loss to Pepperdine.
The defeat left CSUN at 10-9.
Vermillion also finished her first year of college soccer.
She started 13 matches and played in all 19, tallying two assists, as she played mostly defense.
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