GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Noah Gurley scored 16 points as Furman romped past Columbia International 90-45 on Friday night.
During one 89-second span in the second half, Gurley scored on a dunk, made two free throws and dunked again, building the lead to 38 points.
Tajae Anderson had 10 points for the Rams, who play at the NAIA level.
Furman takes on Elon on the road on Tuesday.
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