HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Damion May accounted for four touchdowns, two running and two passing, and Alabama A&M romped to 49-14 win over Mississippi Valley State on Saturday.
May ran it in from 8 yards out in the first quarter, scored on a 7-yard run in the second quarter, then connected with Isaiah Bailey from 12 yards out with 49 seconds left in the half to give Alabama A&M (3-4, 3-1 Southwestern Athletic Conference) a 21-0 lead.
The Bulldogs upped their lead to 35-0 in the third quarter on a 52-yard interception return by Dylan Hamilton and May's final TD of the day, a 47-yard hookup with Bailey.
May tallied 168 yards passing and 55 on the ground. Redshirt freshman Dylan Smith took over for May and threw his first career TD pass, a 78-yarder to Marceles Clash in the fourth quarter. Mike Mills added a 17-yard interception return score.
The Bulldogs held Mississippi Valley State (2-5, 2-2) to minus-27 yards rushing and finished with eight sacks.
Christopher Fow completed 15 of 21 passes for 179 yards and a score with two picks for MVSU.
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