ITHACA, N.Y. -- Nate Eachus rushed for 241 yards and three touchdowns, and Colgate beat Cornell 38-22 on Saturday.
Colgate (5-2) played most of the game without star running back Jordan Scott, who was sidelined in the second quarter after suffering an apparent left ankle injury.
Quarterback Greg Sullivan was 8-of-17 for 255 yards and a touchdown. He also ran in a 19-yard touchdown to open the game's scoring. Colgate racked up 600 yards of total offense.
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Eachus also pitched in on defense, recording a sack in the first quarter before Scott's injury.
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