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Chambers leads Charleston Southern over Gardner-Webb 20-7

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) Jack Chambers threw three touchdown passes to lead Charleston Southern to a 20-7 victory over Gardner-Webb on Saturday in the spring season finale for both teams.

Charleston Southern (2-2, 2-2 Big South Conference) won its last two games and has finished at or above .500 for the fourth time in five seasons. Gardner-Webb (2-2, 2-2) lost its last two.

Chambers was 23-of-35 passing for 242 yards. He also carried the ball 13 times for 71 yards rushing. Chambers threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Cayden Jordan early in the first quarter, and the pair connected on a 41-yard TD to cap the scoring with 14:30 remaining.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: J. Chambers998
Passing TDs: J. Chambers7
Rushing Yards: J. Chambers192
Rushing TDs: J. Chambers2
Receiving Yards: C. Jordan274
Receiving TDs: C. Jordan4
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2020
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/5 vs. North Greenville Cancelled
9/12 vs. Furman Postponed
10/17 vs. Gardner-Webb Postponed
10/24 vs. North Alabama Postponed
10/31 at Monmouth Postponed
11/7 vs. Kennesaw State Postponed
11/14 at Mercer Postponed
11/21 at Hampton Postponed
3/13 at Kennesaw State L 19 - 24
3/27 at Monmouth L 17 - 35
4/10 vs. Robert Morris W 27 - 14
4/17 vs. Gardner-Webb W 20 - 7
Big South
  Conference Overall
11 Monmouth 3-0 3-1
17 Kennesaw State 2-1 4-1
Charleston Southern 2-2 2-2
Hampton 0-0 0-0
Campbell 0-0 0-4
North Alabama 0-0 0-4
Gardner-Webb 0-2 2-2
Robert Morris 0-2 0-3
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 1390 (66)
Passing Yards: 1004 (56)
Rushing Yards: 386 (82)
Points per game: 20.8 (62)
Yards per game: 347.5 (46)
Touchdowns: 11 (71)
Field Goals: 3 (72)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 1342 (26)
Passing Yards: 816 (30)
Rushing Yards: 526 (24)
Points per game: 20.0 (26)
Yards per game: 335.5 (40)
Touchdowns: 10 (25)
Field Goals: 1 (7)
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