CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Daniel Croghan III threw for 136 yards and rushed for two touchdowns, in his first career start, to lead Charleston Southern past North Greenville 28-14 on Saturday.
Christian Reyes ran for 168 yards and one touchdown for Charleston Southern (6-0) and Croghan added 70 yards on the ground. The Buccaneers piled up 354 yards rushing compared to 96 for North Greenville.
North Greenville (4-1) tried to keep pace by going through the air. Nelson Hughes was 25 of 37 for 334 yards and one touchdown and one interception. Freddie Martino caught 13 balls for 179 yards and one touchdown from 60 yards out. The Crusaders, a Division II school, missed four field goals in the first half and trailed 14-7 at halftime.
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