Rob Washington also had two touchdowns on 75 yards rushing for Dayton (4-4, 3-2 Pioneer Football League), which won its third straight game.
After the Flyers stormed to a 31-0 lead with 7:40 to go in the first half, Jacob and Kacsor broke away for long TD runs in the second -- Jacob for 83 yards and Kacsor for 77. The pair combined for only 19 carries in the game.
Dayton rolled up 473 yards on the ground, compared to just 76 for the Crusaders (0-7, 0-4). Dayton finished with 631 total yards, the most since it became a non-scholarship program in 1977, with Valparaiso amassing only 164.
The Flyers never let the Crusaders get past the Dayton 38-yard line.
There are a number of rivalry games that generate lots of buzz, and deservedly so. Colorado-Utah isn't one of them.
The Tigers perhaps figured to have some trouble establishing their offensive line, but the unit has come together and outperformed expectations.
A win against Michigan won't change the outcome of the season for the Nittany Lions, but this team is after something almost as important: respect.
In need of playmakers on the perimeter, Auburn scored big landing the commitment of No. 1 receiver Kyle Davis.
There are similarities between the start of the Harbaugh-Meyer era with the Bo-Woody rivalry, but it's too soon to say it's a new Ten Year War.
A path to the College Football Playoff is not a simple one for the Tar Heels despite their 10-1 record.