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— Tyler Phelps accounted for three touchdowns as Davidson built a seemingly comfortable lead by the middle of the fourth quarter and then held on to beat Stetson 26-20 on Saturday.
Freshman quarterback Ian Corwin threw two touchdown passes and wide receiver Alex Bray tossed one of his own as Drake held off Davidson 31-28 on Saturday.
Wesley Dugger ran for two touchdowns and blocked a punt that resulted in another score and Davidson defeated Stetson 42-14 on Saturday.
Wesley Dugger ran for 118 yards to become Davidson's all-time leading rusher and scored two touchdowns as the Wildcats used a big second quarter to roll past Butler 52-10 on Saturday.
Wesley Dugger ran for a touchdown late in the game to give Davidson a 27-21 win over Valparaiso on Saturday.
Hunter Cobb rushed for a career-high 178 yards and two touchdowns and Marist defeated Davidson 27-21 on Saturday.
Wesley Dugger scored five rushing touchdowns, all within 5 yards or less, and Davidson defeated Jacksonville 49-19 on Saturday.
Reid Sinnett threw five touchdown passes, Michael Bandy caught two, including the tie-breaker, as San Diego held Davidson scoreless in the second half while pushing its conference win streak to 31 games with a 37-17 victory on Saturday.
Wesley Dugger ran for four touchdowns and Davidson piled up 335 yards on the ground, defeating Morehead State 42-31 on Saturday.
Colin Gary kicked a 50-yard field goal with six seconds left to lift Campbell past previously unbeaten Davidson, 31-29 in a nonconference game on Saturday night.
Eli Turner Jr. ran for 110 yards and scored touchdowns and Davidson defeated Division II-member West Virginia Wesleyan 41-0 on Saturday night.
William Wicks fought his way into the end zone from the 2 in the fourth quarter to give Davidson a 27-20 victory over Georgetown in the season opener for both teams on Saturday.
Davidson rushed for 789 yards -- the most ever by an FCS or FBS team in a single game -- Saturday at San Diego but still lost 56-52.
FCS Davidson beat Division III Guilford 91-61 in a game that saw 22 total touchdowns and a combined 1,662 yards of offense, but none of it was recorded in the NCAA's record books.
The FCS Davidson Wildcats set a number of NCAA records in Thursday night's 91-61 win over the Division III Guilford Quakers.