Stuart, who threw four TD passes in each of the Dukes' last two games, connected with Kellon Taylor on a 23-yard scoring pass and his 17-yarder to Nehari Crawford put Duquesne (5-1, 2-0 Northeast) up for good 14-7. Stuart, 14 of 21 for 219 yards, also hit Crawford on a 7-yard scoring pass, Thomas Lucas on a 14-yarder, and Chavas Rawlins on a 25-yarder.
The Dukes outgained the Colonials 457-248 in total yards, had allowed only 17 rushing yards by halftime, and held the Colonials to 86 rushing yards overall.
Morton picked off a fourth-quarter pass by Jimmy Walker and returned it 64 yards to cap the scoring.
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