JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Once again Josh McGregor was too much for Morehead State as the Jacksonville quarterback threw for 346 yards and five touchdowns in the Dolphins' 50-14 win on Saturday.
McGregor, who threw seven touchdown passes against the Eagles last season, tossed scoring passes of 45, 32, 2, 38 and 71 yards. He sat down early in the fourth quarter after his fifth TD pass. McGregor has now thrown 22 touchdown passes against Morehead State (2-5, 1/3 Pioneer Football League) in their four meetings.
For his career, McGregor has thrown for 105 touchdowns, eighth on the all-time Football Championship Series passing list. He has 10,050 career yards passing, and is the 26th player in FCS history to surpass the 10,000-yard mark.
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