MURRAY, Ky. -- Ryan Perriloux had a career day with three touchdown passes and Jacksonville State beat Murray State 41-7 on Saturday.
Perriloux had a career-high 318 yards for the Gamecocks (4-2, 2-0 Ohio Valley Conference). He had touchdown passes of 9 yards to Justin Howard, 66 yards to James Shaw and 34 yards to Jamal Young. Perriloux has thrown at least three touchdown passes in each of the last four games.
Young also rushed for 76 yards and two touchdowns for the Gamecocks, who amassed 580 total yards on offense, the most since 2004. The 32 first downs ties the school record set in 1978 against Livingston, and the passing output was the highest since 1999.
For Murray State (1-4, 0-2), quarterback Nico Yantko was 18-for-36 for 186 yards and a touchdown. He was intercepted three times.
The Gamecocks have won six straight in the series.
There are many higher-profile players on the Buckeyes but none would be harder to replace than center Pat Elflein.
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The NCAA announced two rule changes this past April, and both were met with plenty of vitriol. The one that resounded the most in the immediate aftermath was the decision to ban satellite camps, which was hit with such backlash that it was soon overturned and satellite camps were reinstated.
You'd think 33 wins over three seasons would make a coach untouchable. Not so at Oregon, where Mark Helfrich is on less stable ground than his peers.
Boise State has expelled two football players and suspended another after a sexual assault investigation.
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