Bowling Green scored eight touchdowns in trumping visiting Morgan State, 58-13, on Saturday night.

Falcons quarterback Matt Schilz passed for five touchdowns, while Kamar Jorden, Anthon Samuel and Jamel Martin each ran for one.

The Falcons (2-0) finished with 572 yards of total offense, including 304 through the air, while limiting the Bears (0-2) to 193 on 62 plays.


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Bowie State 31, Benedict 14: Andrew Johnson threw two touchdown passes and the Bulldogs defense held visiting Tigers to 246 yards of offense.

Johnson went 12-for-20 for 148 yards, and Bowie State (2-0) held the Tigers (0-2) scoreless in the first half.

Bowie State's first score came with 5:33 left in the first quarter when Clifton Budd completed a 33-yard touchdown pass to Kevin James. Michael Gagne made a 24-yard field goal with 5:39 left in the first half for a 10-0 halftime lead for Bowie State.

Benedict scored two touchdowns in the second half, but Bowie scored three, including a 56-yard fumble recovery by Kenneth Turner.

Johns Hopkins 56, Susquehanna 7: Nick Fazio had 11 rushes for 66 yards and three touchdowns to power the host Blue Jays (2-0) over the Crusaders (1-1).

Hopkins defense held Susquehanna scoreless for three quarters, and the offense scored two or more touchdowns per quarter during that span.

Pyan Piatek got it started for Hopkins with a 34-yard interception return at the 5:04 mark of the first quarter. Fazio scored the next two touchdowns for a 21-0 lead with 8:27 left in the half.

Fazio's final touchdown came with 42 seconds left in the first half to give the Blue Jays a 35-0 lead.

Johns Hopkins totaled 559 yards of offense, compared with 179 for Susquehanna. The Blue Jays had 24 first downs to the Crusaders' 12.

Salisbury 21, Ithaca 7: The host Sea Gulls (1-1) scored twice in the first half and gave up one touchdown in the third quarter to beat the Bombers (1-1).

Ross Flanigan had a 3-yard touchdown run with 8:54 left in the first quarter, and Randal Smedley ran 1 yard for a touchdown to give Salisbury a 14-0 lead with 14 seconds left in the half.

Freshman defensive lineman Nick Ochoa intercepted a pass at the Salisbury 24-yard line with 1:41 left to play to seal the win. Salisbury had 24 first downs and averaged 5.8 yards per play. The Sea Gulls totaled 309 yards on the ground, with Dan Griffith rushing for 106 yards on 20 carries.

McDaniel 35, Moravian 14: Joe Rollins had 26 carries for a school-record-tying 311 yards and three touchdowns as the visiting Green Terror (1-1) beat the Greyhounds (0-2).

McDaniel led 14-0 before Moravian scored its first touchdown, a 1-yard run by C.J. Billera with 6:55 left in the first half. Rollins added his second touchdown 49 seconds later.

Nick Valori helped build the McDaniel lead in the second half with a 4-yard touchdown run with 13:36 left in the third quarter. Rollins' final touchdown run came with 1:53 remaining in the thrid.

Mike Cousar led the McDaniel defense with 10 tackles, including five solo tackles.

Springfield (Mass.) 48, Frostburg State 24: The visiting Bobcats (1-1) were held scoreless in the second half as the Pride (1-0) scored three touchdowns to put the game away.