TROY, Ala. -- Jamie Hampton threw for 323 yards and four touchdowns as Troy won its home opener over Alcorn State 65-0 on Saturday night.
The Trojans (2-0) set a school record for total offense, outgaining the Braves 736-120.
Alcorn State fell to 0-3.
Hampton, who was removed from the game by the start of the second half, was 26 of 37 passing with two interceptions. He also ran for 45 yards and a touchdown on six carries.
Maurice Greer added 113 rushing yards and a touchdown on nine carries for the Trojans, who led 52-0 by halftime.
Troy blew the game open in the second quarter.
Hampton connected on touchdown passes of 15 and 38 yards to Mykeal Terry, hit Austin Silvoy for a 9-yard touchdown and also rushed for a 1-yard score. Greer added a 60-yard touchdown run as Troy built a 52-0 lead at halftime.
Troy defensive back Sherrod Martin tied a school record with three interceptions.
Nebraska coach Mike Riley explains how punter Sam Foltz was proud to be a football player and how the team is coping with the loss by saying, "This day will be stuck in time forever."
ESPN's Joe Tessitore reflects and shares his memories of Nebraska punter Sam Foltz and former Michigan State punter Mike Sadler, both of whom were killed Saturday in a car accident while returning from a kicking camp in Wisconsin.
GameDay 100: LaVar Arrington shows off his incredible athleticism by perfectly timing his leap over the offensive line and tackling the opposing team's running back.
Ohio State scored its second ESPN 300 commitment this weekend in CB Amir Riep. Read below to see how Riep can work his way into the Buckeyes' young group at corner:What he brings: He has a tall frame, but appears slighter than his listed measurables.
Urban Meyer and his staff add yet another ESPN 300 defensive lineman to their No. 1-ranked 2017 recruiting class.
Jim McElwain and staff were able to flip the ESPN 300 player from North Carolina.
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