ORLANDO, Fla. -- Jamarr Robinson ran for two touchdowns and passed for another to lead Bethune-Cookman past Prairie View A&M 63-14 in the MEAC/SWAC Football Challenge on Sunday.
The Panthers committed six turnovers overall, three leading directly to Bethune-Cookman touchdowns in the first meeting between these schools.
Robinson, a transfer from Maryland, completed 22 of 31 passes for 251 yards.
Bethune-Cookman took a 42-0 late in the second quarter and finished with 500 total yards.
Robinson went to the bench after taking the Wildcats on a 76-yard touchdown drive to start the third quarter.
Jonathan Troast was 12 of 22 for 116 yards and two interceptions for the Panthers, who finished with 262 total yards.
Robinson began the scoring with a 10-yard run on B-CU's first possession.
Jackson ran in from the 1 at 1:24 of the first period to make it 14-0.
After a 9-yard TD run by Robinson at 13:03 of the second quarter, the Wildcats scored two defensive touchdowns 95 seconds apart.
D.J. Howard went 31 yards with a fumble and Reggie Sandilands scooted 51 yards for with another.
Robinson threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Byron McLeod at 5:09 of the second quarter, boosting the margin to 42-0.
Troast hit Deandre Cooper from 11 yards 3:45 before halftime to make it 42-7.