JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jamal Adjamah rushed four times for 141 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead Jacksonville past Division-III member Guilford 56-21 on Saturday.

After forcing the Quakers to punt on their opening drive, Adjamah ran 53 yards for a touchdown on the Dolphins’ first offensive play of the game.

Jacksonville forced another three-and-out, and on its second offensive play, Adjamah darted 69 yards for a touchdown. The Dolphins led 28-7 at the end of the first quarter.

The Dolphins rushed for a school record 514 yards on 58 attempts and scored seven touchdowns.

For Guilford, De’Eric Bell’s scored his 26th-career rushing touchdown to set the school record on a 33-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter to reduce the Quakers’ deficit to 49-14. Bell, a redshirt junior, also scored on a 2-yard run in the first quarter.

It was the second consecutive week Guilford (2-2) played a Division I opponent.


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