VALPARAISO, Ind. -- Griffin Norberg and Jarrett Morgan each ran for two touchdowns and Jimmy Seewald threw for two more as Valparaiso pummeled Morehead State, 63-32 in a Pioneer Football League battle Saturday.
The Crusaders won back-to-back games for the first time this season.
Norberg punched in from the 2 to open the scoring for the Crusaders. John Regan fell on a botched Morehead State punt in the end zone and Jean Rene raced 34 yards for a touchdown 21 seconds later to make it 21-0 after one quarter.
Norberg punched in from the 1 and Seewald threw 54 yards to Rene and 17 yards to Kyle Cartales to make it 42-6 at intermission.
Seewald was 14 of 24 for 316 yards to lead Valparaiso (4-4, 3-2).
Lawson Page completed 17 of 34 passes for 227 yards and two touchdowns for Morehead State (3-6, 2-4), but was intercepted three times.
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