BUIES CREEK, N.C. -- Daniel Smith rushed for 152 yards and threw for 129 and two touchdowns as Campbell dominated Morehead State for a 38-0 win on Saturday.
Montel Goods racked up 193 yards rushing with three scores as Campbell (3-2, 2-0 Pioneer League) rushed for 460 yards, the most ever against a Pioneer opponent. Goods' rushing yards was the second highest for any Campbell player in a single game.
The Campbell defense limited the Eagles to just 35 yards rushing and 205 through the air. Carlos Merrit picked off a Lawson Page pass in the end zone as the Camels recorded two interceptions. Merrit has stolen four passes on the season. Dante Simmons also had an interception.
Page threw for 184 yards for the Eagles (2-3, 1-1).
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