Defending Northeast Conference champion CCSU (1-1) has won six straight home games.
CCSU scored 27 first-quarter points in just 13 plays. The Blue Devils returned the opening kickoff 45 yards and Jean-Guillaume scored five plays later. After Lincoln's three-and-out, Courtney Rush had a catch-and-run 58-yard touchdown to make it 13-0. Enyce Walker scored from 36 yards out and Jean-Guillaume added a short TD run.
The Blue Devils blocked a punt to start the second quarter, and Dawson scored three plays later to make it 48-0.
Lincoln was held to 125 total yards and seven first downs.
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