After building a 28-10 lead at the half, the Phoenix (2-4, 1-1 Southern) turned the game over to the defense.
Furman (2-3, 1-1) got back in the game with Hank McCloud's 3-yard run in the third quarter, followed by Duncan Fletcher's PAT run. McCloud scored again on a 29-yard pass from Fletcher midway through the fourth quarter. But the Paladins only managed one first down on their last two possessions.
Bostick's 2-yard run and Wrightenberry's 33-yard return put Elon up 14-7 after one quarter. Mike Quinn connected with Rasaun Rorie, who had three catches for 112 yards, for a 73-yard score before Bostick's 8-yard run made it 28-25.
McCloud rushed 20 times for 116 yards as Furman out-gained Elon 419-309 in total offense.
Terrel Hunt missed 18 games the last two seasons due to injury.
Former Oregon quarterback Morgan Mahalak has transferred to Towson and is expected to compete for the starting job next season.
Ryan Burns and Keller Chryst will have a chance to win Stanford's QB job this fall. Recruit K.J. Costello is the long-term future at the position.
Andrea Adelson talks to the Gators safety about his decision to stay, his goals for 2016 and how Florida can play up to its high defensive standards.
An in-depth look at the recruiting class of the Auburn Tigers, who filled their biggest needs with some top-level talent.
Chris Harris Jr. and Aqib Talib did the Jayhawks proud on Sunday, helping a dominant Broncos defense to a win in Super Bowl 50.
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