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Marist Red Foxes (3-6)


Jacksonville wins in 2OT to snap 6-game losing streak, 52-45

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. (AP) Calvin Turner Jr. ran 10 yards to score in the second overtime then Jacksonville recovered a Marist fumble near the goal line for a 52-45 victory on Saturday.

The win snapped a six-game losing streak and gave the Dolphins (3-8, 1-6) their first Pioneer Football League victory this season.

The Red Foxes (3-7, 3-4) had a first-and-goal just inches from the end zone but Ethan Hull forced a fumble by Hunter Cobb and its was recovered by Jacksonville's Kyree Woods for the win. It was the only turnover of the game.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: A. Day1341
Passing TDs: A. Day6
Rushing Yards: H. Cobb431
Rushing TDs: H. Cobb8
Receiving Yards: A. Olivencia470
Receiving TDs: S. Gaffney3
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2019
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/7 at Georgetown L 3 - 43
9/14 vs. Stetson W 26 - 23
9/21 vs. Cornell L 7 - 21
9/28 vs. Drake L 17 - 41
10/5 at San Diego L 7 - 31
10/19 vs. Dartmouth L 7 - 49
10/26 at Davidson W 27 - 21
11/2 vs. Butler W 37 - 27
11/9 at Dayton L 35 - 59
11/16 vs. Jacksonville 9:00 PT10:00 MT11:00 CT12:00 ET5:00 GMT1:00 北京时间10:00 MST11:00 CST12:00 EST
11/23 at Valparaiso 11:00 PT12:00 MT1:00 CT2:00 ET7:00 GMT3:00 北京时间12:00 MST1:00 CST2:00 EST
Pioneer League
  Conference Overall
San Diego 6-0 7-2
Dayton 5-2 7-3
Davidson 5-2 8-3
Drake 5-2 5-5
Morehead State 3-3 5-5
Marist 3-4 3-7
Stetson 3-4 6-4
Butler 2-5 3-8
Jacksonville 1-6 3-8
Valparaiso 1-6 1-10
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 2864 (113)
Passing Yards: 2012 (73)
Rushing Yards: 852 (118)
Points per game: 18.4 (110)
Yards per game: 318.2 (109)
Touchdowns: 19 (112)
Field Goals: 8 (65)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3828 (64)
Passing Yards: 2039 (48)
Rushing Yards: 1789 (88)
Points per game: 35.0 (105)
Yards per game: 425.3 (91)
Touchdowns: 40 (88)
Field Goals: 5 (13)
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