BUIES CREEK, N.C. -- Daniel Smith and Anthony Robbins each threw two touchdown passes, and Campbell rushers ran for four more scores in Thursday night's season-opening 70-0 rout of Division III Methodist.
It's the second time in program history that the Camels hit the 70-point mark.
Carlos Merritt recovered a fumble for a score, Brooks returned a punt 54 yards for a TD, and the Camels amassed 434 yards of total offense while holding the Monarchs to 44 yards passing and 18 yards rushing.
Joshua Jones gained a career-high 113 yards and scored on an 8-yard run.
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