Final Score: Wofford 45, Presbyterian 21
Location: Spartanburg, S.C. (Gibbs Stadium)
Records: Presbyterian (2-8) | Wofford (8-3)
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – The Presbyterian College Football team was unable to contain the Wofford ground game as the Terriers picked up 45-21 victory over the Blue Hose on Saturday afternoon at Gibbs Stadium.
• Wide Receiver DaShawn Davis recorded a pair of touchdowns in the opening quarter for his fourth career two touchdown game and second time that the senior has done it this season.
• Davis recorded 110 yards for his first 100-yard game of the season and the most receiving yards by a Blue Hose this season.
• Jarrett Nagy picked up a team-high eight tackles to go along with the freshman’s first career interception in the first quarter.
• In his final game as a Blue Hose, redshirt senior QB John Walker had 172 yards passing and a pair of touchdowns.
• Zola Davis paced the ground attack with 64 rushing yards and his second score of the season.
• The Blue Hose had a fumble recovery by Colby Campbell and interceptions by Nagy and Dirk Cureton helped PC tie a season-high with three takeaways.
HOW IT HAPPENED
• Blue Hose got out to a quick start as they took the ball on their opening drive right down the field connecting on a 25 yard touchdown pass from John Walker to DaShawn Davis for an early 7-0 lead.
• Wofford responded with a 14 play drive and punched it in from 10 yards out to tie it at seven.
• Following Jarrett Nagy’s first career interception, Walker and Davis hooked up for their second touchdown of the quarter to take a 14-7 lead after the first.
• The Terriers tied it at 14 with another 10 yard rushing touchdown to knot the contest up with 10:52 to go in the first half.
• Wofford made it 21-14 on a 40 yard passing scoring followed quickly by a 2 yard rushing score after a PC interception to make it 28-14 at the half.
• The Terriers made it 35-14 after a 26 yard rushing score on the opening drive of the second half.
• Wofford made it 42-14 with a 67 yard rushing score on the opening play of the fourth quarter.
• After a 23-yard field goal from Wofford, PC marched back down the field and capped off its drive with a six-yard rush from Zola Davis to make it 45-21.