Robbins had 198 yards on 15 of 24 passing for the Camels (4-4, 2/3 Pioneer League). Joyner ran for 184 yards on 32 carries. Scoring passes went to Aaron Blockmon -- who had 110 yards receiving -- and Austin Fleming.
Robbins threw a 25-yard scoring pass to Fleming midway through the third quarter and a 47-yarder to Blockmon to give the Camels a 21-0 advantage with 2:36 left in the period.
Joyner ran 59 yards for a touchdown to make it 28-0 with 9:40 to play to seal the win.
Campbell outgained Davidson 398-218. Davidson kicker Trevor Smith had one field goal attempt blocked and he missed a second.
Stockton McGuire threw for 112 yards with two interceptions for the Wildcats (2-8, 0-7) who have lost seven straight.
No. 1 Alabama goes in for a tune-up vs. The Citadel
It's almost like a retro-week for Alabama, especially the defensive players.
McSorley seeks record as No. 14 Penn State visits Rutgers
Trace McSorley can become the winningest quarterback in Penn State history when the No. 14 Nittany Lions take on Rutgers on Saturday at HighPoint.com Stadium.
Oklahoma dismisses Tramonda Moore for violating team rules
The Sooners announced they have dismissed offensive lineman Tramonda Moore for violating team rules.
No. 2 Clemson looks to remain undefeated vs. Duke
Clemson's game against Duke on Saturday night also will be Senior Day for 33 seniors intent on adding to their already impressive legacy.
Report: Maryland, seeking new football coach, hires search firm
In the wake of DJ Durkin's firing, Maryland has hired a national search firm to assist in its hunt for a new head football coach, the Washington Post reported.
No. 3 Notre Dame wary of No. 12 Syracuse
Third-ranked Notre Dame controls its destiny with two games remaining in the regular season.