LORETTO, Pa. -- A.J. Hines had 256 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns and Duquesne scored two fourth-quarter scores to overtake St. Francis (Pennsylvania) 27-20 on Saturday.
Hines rushed up the middle, spun around a defender then went outside for a 37-yard touchdown and the game's final score with 6:52 to go. His run came after Daniel Parr threw 18 yards to Nehari Crawford in the left corner of the end zone to tie the game at 20-all on the first play of the fourth quarter.
Hines finished with 165 yards rushing on 28 carries against the Northeast Conference's leading ground defense -- the 16th career 100-yard rushing game for the junior running back as he went over 3,000 career rushing yards. He also had a career-high 91 yards receiving on three catches.
Parr threw for 183 yards and two scores and an interception for the Dukes (5-3, 2-1).
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