Jacksonville shatters several school records in rout

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VALPARAISO, Ind. – Josh McGregor threw for 320 yards and three

touchdowns and Rudell Small ran for three scores as Jacksonville

routed Valparaiso 86-7 on Saturday.

It was the highest scoring game for the

Dolphins (6-1, 4-0 Pioneer League),

beating their record of 55 points against UNC-Pembroke in 2007.

Small, Jacksonville’s career rushing leader, ran for a

season-high 192 yards as the team rolled to 658 yards of


Jacksonville led 66-7 at halftime. According to the school, the

Dolphins set team records for

victory margin and for points in a quarter – 38 in the second.

“Everyone contributed to this win today,” Jacksonville coach

Kerwin Bell, a former quarterback at Florida, told judolphins.com.

“Our defense made some big turnovers and scored. Our special teams

got a score and our offense was able to move the ball consistently

all day.”

Jacksonville’s defense scored twice – Leonard Smith returned an

interception in the first quarter and Taylor Marsh returned one in

the second.

The only touchdown for the Crusaders (0-7, 0-4) came in the

first quarter when Eric Slenk grabbed a 52-yard pass from Nate


B.-COOKMAN 14, S.C. ST. 0: Androse Bell capped a 15-play,

90-yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to

seal it as visiting Bethune-Cookman remained undefeated.

After a scoreless first quarter, the Wildcats, 6-0 for the first

time since 2002, got on the board with a trick play: a 16-yard pass

from receiver Maurice Francois to fellow receiver Jevaughn Reams

4:51 before halftime.

“We knew it wasn’t going to be a high scoring game,” Wildcats

quarterback Matthew Johnson told b-cuathletics.com. “It was going

to be who made the least mistakes. We did our part, and the defense

was the backbone.”

FAMU 31, SAVANNAH ST. 0: Phil Silvester rushed for 153 yards and

two touchdowns for host Florida A&M.

Silvester had 18 carries for the Rattlers, who dominated the

ground game with 327 rushing yards. He had touchdown runs of 69

yards on Florida A&M’s first play from scrimmage and 5 yards

with 7:47 left in the third.

Antonio Lawrence scored on a 58-yard touchdown run on FAMU’s

first offensive play of the second half. Lavante Page added an

11-yard score to cap a 12-play, 66-yard drive with 13:31 left.

FIU 34, NORTH TEXAS 10: Wes Carroll threw for two touchdowns to

lead visiting Florida International.

Carroll hit Greg Ellingson for a 50-yard score 2:17 into the

game. He also found T.Y. Hilton for a 43-yard touchdown in the

second quarter as the Golden Panthers built a 27-3 halftime


Carroll was 17-of-31 for 288 yards and no interceptions. Darriet

Perry ran for 98 yards for the Golden Panthers.

Lance Dunbar scored the only touchdown for the Mean Green in the

fourth quarter. The 9-yard touchdown was set up by a 64-yard run by

Craig Robertson on a fake punt.