CLINTON, S.C. (AP) - Grayson Mullins threw for 342 yards and six
touchdowns to lead Presbyterian to its first win since moving up to
Division I football with a 58-7 victory against Pikeville on
The Blue Hose (1-1) are playing their first season in the
Football Championship Subdivision, formerly Division I-AA.
Pikeville plays in the NAIA.
Mullins' output was less than half the team's record-setting 795
yards of total offense.
The Bears (1-1) had 319 yards of total offense, led by De'Von
Joseph with 91 yards rushing including Pikeville's only score.
Presbyterian opened the scoring with a 52-yard pass from Mullins
to Chetyuane Reeder. Mullins' arm accounted for the next five
scores, including passes of 29 and 54 yards to Terrance Butler who
finished with five catches for 99 yards. Brandon Clark also had
five catches for 99 yards and one TD.
Pikeville got on the board in the second quarter, in which both
teams combined for 42 points, when Joseph made his 58-yard scoring
The teams were scoreless in the last 21 minutes of play.
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