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Dortch's punt returns leave Tigers unhappy

Dortch's punt returns leave Tigers unhappy

Greg Dortch returned two punts for touchdowns and caught a scoring pass, and Wake Forest beat Towson , 51-20, in its home opener on Saturday.

"I'm disappointed," Towson coach Rob Ambrose said. "I thought there were a lot of good takeaways against a tough opponent for us, but we can't give up two punt returns. Those are momentum killers."

Dortch returned punts 60 and 70 yards for touchdowns in the second quarter and hauled in an 8-yard touchdown reception. He finished with 310 all-purpose yards — 94 receiving, 85 on kick returns and 131 on punt returns — and became the first Wake Forest player with four consecutive games of at least 200 all-purpose...

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