CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Ben Dupree passed for just 55 yards but scrambled for 109 on the ground, including three touchdowns, to drive The Citadel to a 31-10 win over VMI on Saturday.
Dupree got help from Dalton Trevino, who punched in the final touchdown on an 8-yard run, and from Thomas Warren, who kicked a 34-yard field goal. The Bulldogs (5-6, 4-4 Southern) put the game away with 24 unanswered points, 21 of which came in the fourth quarter.
The Keydets (2-9, 1-4 Big South) carried the first quarter, with Dillon Christopher hitting a 38-yard field goal and James Rogers hauling in a 27-yard TD pass from A.J. Augustine. But Dillon missed two field goal attempts and VMI was held scoreless the rest of the game.
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