CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Miguel Maysonet set a Stony Brook record for rushing touchdowns and the Seawolves defeated Charleston Southern 50-31 for their school record sixth straight win on Saturday.
Maysonet, who had 21 running scores coming in, needed three to break Bobby Kane's record set in 1996. Maysonet finished the day with four TDs and 182 yards on 17 carries.
Brock Jackolski had 174 yards and two TDs on 20 carries for the Seawolves (6-3, 4-0 Big South Conference), who finished with seven touchdowns and 355 yards rushing.
Kyle Essington, who had Stony Brooks' other rushing TD, was 6 of 12 for 109 yards passing.
Charleston Southern (0-9, 0-4), however, had the opposite effect running the ball. The Buccaneers were held to minus-7 yards on 32 carries.
Richard Mounce led Charleston Southern with three touchdowns and 342 yards on 19 of 41 passing.
The Seawolves missed an extra point, but scored a safety.
After surviving the Les Miles telenovela, which landed LSU's big cigars at No. 5, we're left to ponder who can claim the Bottom 10 title.
Western Kentucky quarterback Brandon Doughty has put up big numbers for the Hilltoppers, but he still faces doubters about his NFL readiness.
The drama is over after the Sooners took care of business in the Big 12. The only anticipation remaining is who their opponent will be in the playoff?
The Cardinal remain within striking distance of a playoff berth if circumstances fall their way. But it remains a long shot.
The Tar Heels still have a lot of ground to cover in the rankings, but the committee has shown an affinity for conference champions in the past.
Missouri on Tuesday interviewed Cal coach Sonny Dykes for their head coaching vacancy, sources confirmed to ESPN.com.
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