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Bailey Gessinger hauled in a touchdown pass from Jimmy Seewald in the third quarter on Saturday.
Bailey Gessinger hauled in a touchdown pass from Jimmy Seewald in the third quarter on Saturday.

Sunday, October 15, 2017
by Cody Bush, PFL Media Relations

PFL RESULTS

Butler 37, Jacksonville 22
Campbell 17, Dayton 7
Stetson 28, Davidson 17
Valparaiso 49, Marist 15
San Diego 56, Morehead State 27

RECAPS

Butler 37, Jacksonville 22
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Sam Schrader rushed for three touchdowns as Butler handed Jacksonville its first PFL loss, 37-22, Saturday at the Sellick Bowl. The Dolphins led 15-7 midway through the second quarter on short touchdown runs by Keenan Simpson and Irvin Riley. Butler used two long drives, culminating in Schrader's 5-yard scoring scamper and WIll Marty's 18-yard touchdown toss to Pace Temple, and led 20-15 at the break. Jacksonville pulled to 30-22 in the fourth, but Butler answered with a nine-play, 59-yard drive, capped by Lane's 21-yard scoring run for a two-score lead.

Campbell 17, Dayton 7
DAYTON, Ohio – Daniel Smith threw for two touchdowns and rushed for 169 yards as Campbell improved to 4-0 in PFL play with a 17-7 victory against Dayton, Saturday at Welcome Stadium. After a scoreless first half, each team scored to cap long drives in the third quarter. Smith put Campbell ahead for good with a touchdown throw to Aaron Blockmon early in the fourth quarter. The Camels defense sealed the win with interceptions on Dayton's final two drives. Smith finished with 212 passing yards and his 381 total offensive yards accounted for the bulk of Campbell's 430 yards on the day.

Stetson 28, Davidson 17
DeLAND, Fla. – Stetson scored twice in the fourth quarter to escape with a 28-17 PFL victory against Davidson, Saturday, at Spec Martin Stadium. Davidson grabbed its third lead of the game when Tyler Phelps scampered into the end zone from 28 yards out, giving the Wildcats a 17-14 lead. Stetson took the lead for good midway through the fourth quarter on Colin McGovern's 16-yard pass to Justin Jordan. The Hatters sealed the win when Gordon Stetson turned a 3rd-and-10 play into a 95-yard touchdown dash. Stetson's Donald Parham caught eight passes for 121 yards as McGovern passed for 236 yards in the win.

Valparaiso 49, Marist 15
VALPARAISO, Ind. – Jimmy Seewald threw for three touchdowns and Valparaiso outlasted Mother Nature and Marist in a 49-15 PFL victory, Saturday, in a game that went more than six hours at Brown Field. The game was beset with two weather delays in the first half – the first of more than an hour with 2:49 left in the first quarter and the second stoppage came with 7:28 left in the first half. Valparaiso scored just before each stoppage to build a 14-3 lead at halftime. The Crusaders broke the game open with 28 consecutive pointsi in the second half, turning a 21-9 lead into a 49-9 advantage.

San Diego 56, Morehead State 27
SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Anthony Lawrence threw for three touchdowns and Emilio Martinez ran for three more as San Diego rolled to a 56-27 PFL win against Morehead State, Saturday, at Torero Stadium. San Diego scored 28 points in the first quarter with Lawrence passing for two scores and Martinez running for a pair. Both tacked on their third touchdowns in the second quarter as the Toreros built a 49-7 halftime lead. Morehead State narrowed the deficit with the game's final two touchdowns as Lawson Page and Jack Sherry each passed for a touchdown.

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