PFL Recap: Nov. 19
Jonah Hodges ran for two touchdowns in San Diego's victory at Campbell, Saturday.
Jonah Hodges ran for two touchdowns in San Diego's victory at Campbell, Saturday.

Saturday, November 19, 2016
by Cody Bush, PFL Media Relations


San Diego 57, Campbell 21
Jacksonville 41, Marist 35
Morehead State 37, Davidson 10
Drake 45, Stetson 17


San Diego 57, Campbell 21
BUIES CREEK, N.C. – Running back Jonah Hodges ran for two touchdowns as part of 23 consecutive points as San Diego completed its undefeated run through PFL play with a 57-21 victory against Campbell, Saturday, at Barker-Lane Stadium.

Hodges finished the game with 19 carries for 158 yards and two touchdowns. His first scoring run tied the game, 7-7, in the first quarter. Hodges second run was an 80-yard burst that gave the Toreros a 23-7 lead that would hold up.

Campbell would close to within two points thanks Syd Holt's 21-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown to start the third quarter. However, San Diego's defense responded in kind when Devyn Bryant scored on a 63-yard interception return for a touchdown. That was one of two second half defensive touchdowns for San Diego which pulled away for the win.

Aaron Blockmon caught six passes for 191 yards and a touchdown – a 96-yard touchdown catch and carry – to help pace the Camels offense.

Jacksonville 41, Marist 35
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Quarterback Rylan Wells ran for two touchdowns just before the end of the first half and Jacksonville held on through a wild second half to claim a 41-35 PFL victory against Marist, Saturday, at D.B. Milne Field.

Wells finished the day with 114 yards and four touchdowns on 22 carries and completed 14-of-21 passes for 255 yards. However, it was his scoring runs on consecutive possesions to end the first half that turned the tide. Wells' six-yard run with 1:34 left in the second quarter gave Jacksonville a 17-14 lead. He then capped a five-play, 74-yard drive with a two-yard scoring run and a 24-14 halftime lead.

Kicker Javier Arce-Ramirez pushed the Jacksonville lead to 13 points, 27-14, with a 40-yard field goal to start the second half. It was the first of six alternating scoring drives between Marist and Jacksonville. The Red Foxes would score the game's last touchdown when Mike White found Christian Keenan with 11:30 left in the game, but neither team would score the rest of the way.

White completed 18-of-34 passes for 234 yards and four touchdowns, tossing touchdowns to four different receivers.

Morehead State 31, Davidson 10
DAVIDSON, N.C. – Quarterback Austin Gahafer closed his career with two touchdowns and 295 passing yards on 17-of-33 passing to lead Morehead State to a 31-10 PFL victory against Davidson, Saturday, at Richardson Stadium.

Gahafer handed the Eagles an early lead with a nine-yard touchdown strike to Jake Raymond midway through the first quarter. He capped the Morehead State scoring with two fourth-quarter scores, running for a 14-yard touchdown and hitting Darius Pritchett for a 55-yard touchdown pass that extended the lead to 31-3.

Davidson's Stockton McGuire found the end zone later in the fourth frame with a 37-yard touchdown run. He finished the day with 21 carries for 116 yards while completing 10-of-26 passes for 78 yards.

Drake 45, Stetson 17
DeLAND, Fla. – Drake broke a 17-17 halftime tie with the game's final 28 points to claim a 45-17 PFL victory against Stetson, Saturday, at Spec Martin Stadium.

Drake and Stetson traded scores throughout the first half, Stetson kicker Grant Amick tying the score with a 37-yard field goal as the halftime horn sounded.

That tie would last until the 5:14 mark of the third quarter when Grant Kraemer found Eric Saubert for a eight-yard touchdown pass to cap a 13-play, 80-yard drive that lasted nearly seven minutes. Kramer would find G. Menart for a four-yard touchdown on the next Drake drive, extending the lead to 31-17.

Kraemer and Menard would connect again for a touchdown midway through the fourth quarter to end Kraemer's day. Backup quarterback A. Clifford added an 18-yard touchdown pass later in the game to set the final score.

Karemer completed 21-of-33 passes for 334 yards and five touchdowns. Saubert caught four of those passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns.

Cole Mazza ran for 114 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries to pace the Stetson offense.