DAVIDSON, N.C. -- Stockton McGuire accounted for two touchdowns and Davidson did all its scoring in the first half and rolled to a 38-12 victory over Division II Livingstone on Saturday night.
McGuire had a 6-yard touchdown run on the Wildcats' second play of offense, and then threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Derek Jones later in the first quarter. McGuire was 9 of 22 for 124 yards passing, and Keylan Brown added an 8-yard touchdown run.
The Wildcats defense forced four first-half turnovers and accounted for two more scores. Thomas Sykes returned a fumble 20 yards for a touchdown, and Preston Grase scored on a 43-yard interception return for a touchdown.
Livingstone's Bryan Digsby threw for 201 yards on 18-of-37 passing, including an 8-yard TD pass to Andrew Gamble midway through the fourth quarter.
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.
No. 25 Boise State aims for 6th straight win
A week ago, Boise State senior quarterback Brett Rypien spoke hopefully about a "storybook ending" to the No. 25 Broncos' season.
Clay Helton: Feel supported by USC, AD Lynn Swann amid tough year
In a team meeting earlier this week, Clay Helton said he told his players that he plans to be at USC for another 15 years.
No. 22 Northwestern goes to Minnesota as division champion
It's surprising enough that No. 22 Northwestern has won the Big Ten West, even more shocking when you consider the Wildcats wrapped up the title with two conference games to go.
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