SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) -- Ardell Daniels ran for 191 yards and four
touchdowns to lead Hampton University to a 58-7 rout of Savannah
State on Saturday.
The Pirates (10-1), who clinched a berth in the Division I-AA
playoffs by beating North Carolina A&T last week, bolted to a 27-0
lead in the first 12 minutes of the game.
Savannah State's (2-8) only score came on a 48-yard pass from
Clyde Tullis to Bryant Baynes early in the second quarter, cutting
Hampton's lead to 34-7.
The Pirates wasted no time getting that touchdown back when
Jerome Mathis returned the ensuing kickoff 80 yards for a score.
Daniels, who had 26 carries, scored on runs of 13, 2, 11 and 7
Alonzo Coleman added 120 yards on 13 carries, including a
25-yard scoring run in the third quarter.
Calvin Bannister returned a fumble 32 yards for another Pirate
touchdown and Shepherd Prince connected with Jerome Mathis on a
46-yard scoring pass. Andrew Paterini closed the scoring with 2:20
to play with a 37-yard field goal.