DURHAM, N.C. -- Naiil Ramadan threw for 153 yards and three touchdowns in the first half as North Carolina Central eased to a 51-14 win over Division II St. Augustine's on Saturday.
Ramadan finished with 15-of-28 passing for 169 yards and three scores. Sherman McLeod hauled in two of those tosses for touchdowns. Xavier McKoy caught four passes for 67 yards as 10 different NCCU (1-1) receivers caught 20 passes for 274 total yards to give first-year coach Granville Eastman his first victory at the helm.
Anthony Sherrill added another score when he picked off a Darryl Johnson toss, returning it 38 yards for a 30-7 lead in the third quarter. Chauncey Caldwell completed a 48-yard TD toss to Tyler Barnes late in the third and added a 24-yard scoring strike to Nique Martin in the fourth. Caldwell, who was 5-of-8 passing for 105 yards, also rushed five times for 62 yards.
Johnson passed for 145 yards and two touchdowns and an interception to lead St. Augustine's (0-2).
Torrey's 92-yard TD run helps UNT beat FAU 41-38
DeAndre Torrey had 17 carries for a career-high 187 yards, including a 92-yard touchdown run with 4:06 to play, and North Texas beat UNT 41-38 on Thursday night.
Rutledge recaps Houston's 'Jacket-gate'
Laura Rutledge recaps Houston coach Major Applewhite's confrontation with star player Ed Oliver in Thursday's win.
Oliver-Applewhite drama overshadows Houston win
Scott Van Pelt reviews Houston's win over Tulane in which Ed Oliver stole the attention for arguing with coach Major Applewhite.
UCLA's Bruin Bear statue vandalized in USC colors ahead of rivalry game
Vandals broke into a wooden box intended to protect the Bruin Bear and spray-painted USC colors on the body and foundation of the statue ahead of this week's rivalry game.
Bama's defense taking shape
Marty & McGee discuss the emergence of the Crimson Tide defense and sophomore Quinnen Williams.
Patrick Carr runs for 139 yards; Houston beats Tulane 48-17
Patrick Carr ran for a career-high 139 yards and two touchdowns as Houston rolled to a 48-17 victory over Tulane on Thursday night.
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