NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — Cameron Nash and Drew Jean-Guillaume ran for two touchdowns apiece and Central Connecticut State rolled to a 57-6 win over Division II Walsh University on Saturday.

Walsh opened and closed the first half scoring with Kasey Tingler field goals but in-between the Blue Devils scored five touchdowns to lead 35-6.

Nash and Jean-Guillaume scored on short runs, Seth Manzanares had a 30-yard interception return and Jake Dolegala scored on a 1-yard run and connected with Courtney Rush for a 62-yard score.

The Blue Devils (1-3) had 413 of total offense — 254 on the ground, led by Nash with 109. Rush had 103 yards on two receptions. CCSU limited the Cavaliers (0-4) to 239 yards, just 59 passing, and picked off two passes. Kalvin Gordon rushed for 101 yards on 11 carries for Walsh.


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