Campbell vs. JU 2012 final score: Dolphins demolish Camels, 57-21

Kelley L Cox-US PRESSWIRE

Tied 21-21 early in the third quarter, the Jacksonville Dolphins reeled off 37 straight points to walk away with a 57-21 win at Campbell.

Josh McGregor threw for 378 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Jacksonville Dolphins to a big 57-21 win on the road over the Campbell Fighting Camels. The Dolphins amassed 713 yards of total offense and 31 first downs, and ended the game with 37 straight points to run away with it.

It was actually a close game in the first half, as both teams traded touchdowns into the third quarter. However, the Dolphins broke a 21-21 tie by scoring 37 unanswered points in the second half, capped off by a T.J. Jenkins safety with five seconds remaining.

Keith Dawson and J.J. Laster both went over 100 yards rushing on the day, with Dawson scoring twice and Laster reaching the end zone once. Josh Philpart lead the Dolphins with 109 receiving yards and a touchdown. Adrian Riley, Larry Thompson, and Quintin Davis also caught touchdowns for Jacksonville, who end the regular season against Drake next weekend at home.

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