SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Eric Breitenstein rushed for 217 yards and four touchdowns on 28 carries to pace Wofford to a 48-28 victory over Elon on Saturday.
Three of Breitenstein's scoring runs came in the first half, when the Terriers (6-2, 4-1 Southern Conference) erased a 14-7 deficit to lead 21-14 at halftime.
Wofford led 35-21 after three quarters when Alvin Scioneaux blocked a punt by the Phoenix (4-5, 2-4) and Qay Bell ran it back 42 yards for a touchdown.
Mitch Allen scored on fourth-quarter runs of 61 yards and 1 yard for the Terriers, who gained 465 of their 478 yards on the ground.
Thomas Harris completed 27 of 35 passes for 342 yards and three touchdowns for Elon, two to Aaron Mellette, who caught nine for 162 yards.
Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, Wofford's career leader in touchdown receptions, had his No. 51 jersey retired at halftime.
Former University of Houston security guard Derrick Dewayne Hicks was indicted on Wednesday for an assault following UH's win in the AAC title game last December, according to multiple reports.
Tony Kornheiser suggests the SEC is looking to ban the Michigan football team from spending spring break in Florida because they fear Jim Harbaugh.
On The Paul FInebaum Show, sports commentator John Bacon explains why Michigan's practice in Florida shouldn't affect the SEC's recruitment.
USC versus Utah has been a very entertaining matchup the past two seasons, and it should be again this coming September.
ESPN Big Ten reporter Austin Ward discusses the expectations for DE Nick Bosa, who committed to Ohio State and is looking to take over for his older brother, Joey.
NCAA rules and compliance expert David Ridpath joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss the controversy of Michigan heading to Florida for football practice.
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