WEST POINT, N.Y. -- Senior Miguel Maysonet rushed for a career-high 220 yards and two touchdowns, and Stony Brook dominated Army 23-3 on Saturday to notch its first victory against a Football Bowl Subdivision team.
In the teams' first meeting, Stony Brook held Army to a three-and-out on the game's first series and marched 74 yards on four plays, finishing the drive with a 49-yard touchdown run by Maysonet.
The Seawolves never looked back, recovering all four Army fumbles and converting 11 of 17 third downs.
The Black Knights (0-4), who entered the game as the nation's leading rushing team, were held to 273 yards on the ground in losing their eighth consecutive game dating to last season.
A hobbled Trent Steelman started and set Army's all-time rushing record for quarterbacks with his team-high 89 yards, giving him 2,362 for his career.
Wesley Skiffington converted all three of his field goal attempts, including a 44-yarder as the first half expired, to bolster Stony Brook's offense.
The Black Knights dropped to 51-11-1 all-time against the FCS, losing to an FCS opponent for the first time since the 28-10 loss against New Hampshire in 2008 -- the last time Army opened a season 0-4.
Army fell to 1-14 since 2009 when trailing at the half.
Stony Brook is 1-4 against the FBS just two weeks after putting a scare into Syracuse in a 28-17 loss.
Former South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss the state of SEC football.
On The Paul Finebaum Show, former South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier discusses his transition out of the Gamecocks' football program.
Terrel Hunt missed 18 games the last two seasons due to injury.
Former Oregon quarterback Morgan Mahalak has transferred to Towson and is expected to compete for the starting job next season.
Ryan Burns and Keller Chryst will have a chance to win Stanford's QB job this fall. Recruit K.J. Costello is the long-term future at the position.
Andrea Adelson talks to the Gators safety about his decision to stay, his goals for 2016 and how Florida can play up to its high defensive standards.
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