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Jacksonville 51, Webber International 7

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Freshman quarterback Josh McGregor threw three touchdown passes and backup Erik Stepelton threw another as Jacksonville University rolled past Webber International University 51-7 for a homecoming win Thursday.

McGregor ended his night midway through the third quarter after the Division I-AA Dolphins (3-3) built a 35-0 lead. He exited with 284 passing yards and scoring passes to tight end Chris Kuck and wide receivers Elliott Finkley and Tommie Rogers. Stepelton, who had 112 passing yards, hit Kuck for another.

The combined four touchdown passes tied a school record for scoring passes in a game as the Dolphins put together three scoring drives of more than 80 yards.

Sophomore running back Rudell Small led the Dolphins with 57 yards rushing as Jacksonville gained 171 yards on the ground. Sophomore Taylor Atwood led Webber with 108 yards rushing.

Webber scored with 3:30 to play when senior quarterback Cory Johns hit Eric Snyder on a 37- yard pass.

The Dolphins forced four third-quarter turnovers, three fumbles and an interception, all of which led to touchdowns after having moved to a 21-0 halftime lead.

Playing only their second home game of the year, the Dolphins held the NAIA Warriors (0-6) to 186 total yards.