CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Terrance Wilson ran for 106 yards and two touchdowns and Charleston Southern scored seven unanswered touchdowns in the second half, rolling to a 58-7 win over Mississippi Valley State on Saturday.
Shane Bucenell threw for 101 yards and a score on the third longest pass in CSU history, an 87-yard touchdown to Kameron Brown that put the Buccaneers (2-2) up 7-0 with 12:16 to play in the second quarter.
The bottom fell out for the Delta Devils (0-4) in the second half, starting with Wilson's explosive 62-yard touchdown run on the fourth play of the third quarter for a 17-7 CSU edge. Taz Lindsey returned a MVSU punt 45 yards for another touchdown and a 24-7 Bucs lead.
The next three MVSU drives ended in turnovers followed by CSU touchdowns, including Sekwan Jenkins' 70-yard interception return for a score, stretching it to 45-7 with 55 seconds still to play in the third.
Christopher Fowler finished with 163 yards passing for MVSU.
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