CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Tribble Reese passed for 216 yards and two touchdowns to lead Charleston Southern to a 27-0 win against North Greenville on Saturday.
Reese completed 17 of 27 passes with no interceptions for the Buccaneers (1-3), who outgained the Crusaders (1-4) 372-120.
John Paglia opened the scoring with a 44-yard field goal at the 12:43 mark in the second quarter, and Reese hit Clayton Coffman on a 3-yard touchdown pass three minutes later to extend the Charleston Southern lead to 10-0. Paglia's 26-yard field goal in the second quarter increased the Buccaneers lead to 13-0.
Charleston Southern scored again in the second half when Reese connected with Gerald Stevenson on a 43-yard touchdown pass to give the Buccaneers a 20-0 advantage with 13:30 remaining in the third.
Antwan Ivey, who finished with 70 yards rushing on 15 carries, capped the game's scoring with a 4-yard touchdown run for Charleston Southern in the third quarter.
The Ducks have been very good under Mark Helfrich, but the bar is set very high in Eugene and 2016 could be a pivotal season.
Louisville signed several pass-rushers, adding depth to its front seven, and improved at quarterback by nabbing dual-threat QB prospect Jawon Pass.
Matt Campbell added some solid talent in his inaugural recruiting class at Iowa State, including several juco prospects who could help right away.
With starting quarterback Thomas Sirk out indefinitely with a torn Achilles, Duke will turn to Parker Boehme to lead the offense.
Kentucky will have to replace five starters on defense in 2016, and its deep recruiting class should help address the need.
A group of transfer quarterbacks and the top wide receiver recruit in the country are among those who could emerge to make a big impact in the Pac-12.
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