TOLEDO, Ohio -- David Fluellen rushed for 220 yards and four touchdowns as Toledo routed Western Michigan 47-20 in a Mid-American Conference matchup on Saturday.
Toledo (3-3, 2-1) ran up 360 rushing yards and limited Western Michigan (0-6, 0-2) to 87 yards on the ground. Toledo also won the turnover battle, as the Broncos lost two fumbles and threw two interceptions.
The Rockets took off in the first quarter, scoring on their first two possessions. Following an interception by Chaz Whittaker, Terrance Owens hit Bernard Reedy for a 40-yard touchdown strike on Toledo's first offensive play of the game. Their second drive culminated with Fluellen's 7-yard TD scamper.
Fluellen added three more scores on runs of 6, 66 and 2 yards, and Toledo led by 40 at the end of the third quarter.
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