DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Quentin Williams passed for 68 yards and rushed for two touchdowns as Bethune-Cookman beat Hampton 42-12 Saturday night.
Isidore Jackson rushed for 102 yards as part of a ground game that kept the Wildcats (9-2, 6-1 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) well ahead of the Pirates (4-7, 4-3) throughout the game. Bethune-Cookman amassed 475 yards on the ground, led by Jackson and starting QB Jackie Wilson who had 74 yards and a rushing touchdown.
Williams took over as quarterback early in the second quarter, scoring his first rushing TD with two minutes left in the first half and his second early in the fourth to put the score at 35-6.
Wilson had put the Wildcats on the board first with a 6-yard touchdown pass to Cary White with just under seven minutes left in the first quarter. It would be the only passing touchdown of the day for either team.
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