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Morehead State Eagles (5-6)


San Diego continues PFL dominance with 52-20 win

SAN DIEGO (AP) Reid Sinnett threw four touchdown passes and San Diego beat Morehead State 52-20 to clinch the Pioneer Football League championship on Saturday.

The Toreros (8-2, 7-0) are headed to the playoffs for the fourth straight season and for the fifth time in the last six seasons. It's San Diego's sixth straight regular season crown. The Toreros wrap up the season next week at Jacksonville attempting to make it four consecutive perfect seasons in the PFL. San Diego now has won 36 straight in league play.

The Toreros scored four touchdowns in the second quarter to put the game away.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: M. Pappas2327
Passing TDs: M. Pappas19
Rushing Yards: I. Aguero835
Rushing TDs: I. Aguero6
Receiving Yards: L. Hurst642
Receiving TDs: L. Hurst6
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2019
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/29 vs. Union College W 44 - 7
9/7 at Illinois State L 14 - 42
9/14 vs. Kentucky Christian W 73 - 34
9/21 at Murray State L 7 - 59
10/5 vs. Davidson L 31 - 42
10/12 at Jacksonville W 30 - 22
10/19 vs. Butler W 31 - 20
10/26 at Drake L 17 - 36
11/2 vs. Dayton L 35 - 49
11/9 at Valparaiso W 27 - 21
11/16 at San Diego L 20 - 52
11/23 vs. Stetson 10:00 PT11:00 MT12:00 CT1:00 ET6:00 GMT2:00 北京时间11:00 MST12:00 CST1:00 EST
Pioneer League
  Conference Overall
San Diego 7-0 8-2
Dayton 5-2 7-3
Davidson 5-2 8-3
Drake 5-2 5-5
Stetson 3-4 6-4
Morehead State 3-4 5-6
Marist 3-4 3-7
Butler 2-5 3-8
Jacksonville 1-6 3-8
Valparaiso 1-6 1-10
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4438 (36)
Passing Yards: 2730 (33)
Rushing Yards: 1708 (52)
Points per game: 29.9 (48)
Yards per game: 403.5 (46)
Touchdowns: 42 (35)
Field Goals: 8 (80)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4892 (108)
Passing Yards: 2137 (35)
Rushing Yards: 2755 (122)
Points per game: 34.9 (105)
Yards per game: 444.7 (105)
Touchdowns: 51 (118)
Field Goals: 3 (1)
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