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Morris, SC State run past NC Central 24-0

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Labron Morris rushed for 135 yards and two touchdowns and South Carolina State cruised to a 24-0 victory over North Carolina Central on Saturday.

The Bulldogs (7-3, 5-2 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) took sole possession of second place, trailing only conference unbeaten Florida A&M in the standings.

SCSU took a 7-0 first-quarter lead on its first possession, scoring on Corey Fields' 25-yard TD toss. The Bulldogs upped their lead to 14-0 on Morris' 3-yard TD run with 35 seconds left before halftime.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: C. Fields1324
Passing TDs: C. Fields14
Rushing Yards: L. Morris458
Rushing TDs: L. Morris5
Receiving Yards: D. Burroughs783
Receiving TDs: D. Burroughs12
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2019
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/31 vs. Wofford W 28 - 13
9/7 vs. Lane W 34 - 0
9/14 at South Florida L 16 - 55
10/5 at Delaware State W 38 - 24
10/12 vs. Florida A&M L 38 - 42
10/19 vs. Morgan State W 24 - 10
10/26 at Bethune-Cookman W 27 - 19
11/2 vs. North Carolina A&T L 20 - 22
11/9 vs. Howard W 62 - 21
11/16 at North Carolina Central W 24 - 0
11/23 at Norfolk State 10:00 PT11:00 MT12:00 CT1:00 ET6:00 GMT2:00 北京时间11:00 MST12:00 CST1:00 EST
Mid-Eastern Athletic
  Conference Overall
12 Florida A&M 7-0 9-1
25 North Carolina A&T 5-2 7-3
South Carolina State 5-2 7-3
Bethune-Cookman 4-3 6-4
Norfolk State 4-3 5-6
North Carolina Central 3-4 4-7
Morgan State 2-5 3-8
Howard 1-6 1-10
Delaware State 1-7 2-9
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3455 (83)
Passing Yards: 2155 (60)
Rushing Yards: 1300 (87)
Points per game: 31.9 (36)
Yards per game: 383.9 (63)
Touchdowns: 33 (58)
Field Goals: 8 (66)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3079 (18)
Passing Yards: 2014 (43)
Rushing Yards: 1065 (16)
Points per game: 22.9 (25)
Yards per game: 342.1 (26)
Touchdowns: 26 (27)
Field Goals: 8 (47)
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