CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Wesley College, an NCAA Division III team from Delaware, rolled up 334 yards rushing in a 33-20 win over Charleston Southern on Saturday.
Askia Jahad led the ground attack with 151 yards and two touchdowns for Wesley. Steven Koudossou started things off for the Wolverines with a 77-yard run for a touchdown with 9:39 to go in the first quarter. Jahad scored less than eight minutes later on an 18-yard run for a 13-0 lead.
Wesley built its biggest lead at 32-13 on a 14-yard-pass from Shane McSweeney to Sean McAndrew with 5:06 to play in the game. The Wolverines, 2/3 against Football Championship Subdivision teams, have lost only nine games since 2005.
The loss drops Charleston Southern to 0-5, its worst start since 1994 when it went 0-11.
Malcolm Dixon passed for 178 yards, and rushed for 71 yards and a touchdown, for the Buccaneers.