SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Evan Harney ran for 203 yards and two
touchdowns on 30 carries and set a school record for career rushing
touchdowns, as San Diego topped Southern Oregon 51-10 in a
non-conference game Saturday.
Harney broke the old San Diego mark of 22 career rushing
touchdowns with a 3-yard TD run for the opening score with 10:25
left in the first quarter. On the season, he has seven rushing
The Toreros (2-3) took a 30-10 halftime lead en route to their
first home victory in three tries under first-year coach Jim
Harbaugh, a former NFL quarterback. In scoring four first-half
touchdowns, they matched the previous total allowed on defense this
season by the NAIA Raiders (2-3).
San Diego's Todd Mortensen went 10-of-20 for 149 yards and four
touchdowns, including a 42-yard pass to Michael Gasperson in the
second quarter, before leaving with a 44-10 lead late in the third
Southern Oregon used four quarterbacks, in part because of a
first-quarter leg injury suffered by starter Brandon Griffith. He
returned for the final possession of the first half but sat out the
second half, finishing 8-of-14 for 80 yards.
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