MONROE, La. -- Jyruss Edwards made the most of his eight carries, rushing for 123 yards and a score to help Louisiana-Monroe to a dominating 48-10 win over Grambling State on Saturday night.
Louisiana-Monroe (1-1) rebounded from a shutout loss against Oklahoma last weekend, scoring five first-half touchdowns to put the game out of reach early.
The Warhawks got on the board right away when Cortney Davis returned the opening kickoff 89 yards for a touchdown.
Kolton Browning completed three touchdown passes and Edwards' touchdown run helped the Warhawks to a 35-7 halftime advantage.
DeVontae McNeal ran for a 34-yard touchdown and logged 94 yards on nine attempts to compliment Edwards' effort. Louisiana-Monroe ran for 367 yards.
Cedric Skinner had 109 yards rushing to lead the Grambling State.
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