JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Kade Bell threw two touchdowns and Jacksonville rolled passed Webber International 33-10 on Saturday in the Dolphins home opener.
Bell finished 8 of 18 for 154 yards but had plenty of help as Jacksonville won its 15th consecutive home game. Trevius Folston threw for 209 yards and a touchdown for the Dolphins. Adrian Randle caught two TD passes, a 64-yarder from Bell and a 34-yard catch from Folston.
Keith Dawson rushed nine times for 97 yards and a score for Jacksonville.
Jacksonville (2-1) jumped out to a 26-10 halftime lead and held Webber International (0-3) scoreless in the second half.
The Dolphins defense also shared star billing with the offense, holding the Warriors of the NAIA to just 116 total yards -- including 25 passing yards. Jacksonville rolled up 496 yards of total offense, including 363 through the air.
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