INDIANAPOLIS -- Wesley Dugger ran for 118 yards to become Davidson's all-time leading rusher and scored two touchdowns as the Wildcats used a big second quarter to roll past Butler 52-10 on Saturday.
Dugger, a junior, increased his career yardage to 3,247 to pass John Leverett (2001-04), who had 3,165. Dugger also rushed for over 100 yards for the 14th time.
One of Dugger's touchdowns, an 18-yarder, capped a 33-point second quarter with just over a minute left in the half. He added a 3-yard score in the third quarter.
Three Davidson quarterbacks combined to complete only three of 10 passes but two tosses went for touchdowns, including a 69-yard play from Louis Colosimo to Jayden Waddell. The Wildcats rushed for 458 of their 549 total yards.
The victory gave Davidson (7-3, 4-2 Pioneer Football League) seven wins for the first time since 2002 and four league victories for the first time since 2007.
Nick Orlando finished with 107 yards on 19 carries and the only TD for the Bulldogs (2-8, 1-5).
Corral lauds Ole Miss and the 'great' coaching staff
Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral joins The Paul Finebaum Show and discusses what it's like playing for head coach Lane Kiffin and the coaching staff.
Missouri State's Bobby Petrino named Missouri Valley Football Conference's top coach
Missouri State coach Bobby Petrino was named the Missouri Valley Football Conference coach of the year on Thursday.
Milton Williams' draft profile
Check out highlights from Louisiana Tech's dominant defensive tackle Milton Williams.
West Virginia Mountaineers college football coach Neal Brown gets 2-year extension
West Virginia has locked up coach Neal Brown through the 2026 season. His base salary will average $3.98 million over the length of the deal.
College football rule changed to require 2-point conversions after TDs in 2nd OT rather than 3rd
Teams are now required to attempt 2-point conversions after touchdowns in the second overtime period of games rather than not until the third OT.
Texas band members will be required to play 'Eyes of Texas'
The University of Texas announced Wednesday that all members of the Longhorn Band and Longhorn Pep Band will be required to play the song.