MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Ryan Fulse gained 303 yards on 34 carries and scored three touchdowns and Wagner routed Robert Morris 41-7 on Saturday.
Fulse scored on a 6-yard TD run on Wagner's opening drive. Robert Morris tied it when Jimmy Walker threw a 6-yard score to Matthew Gonzalez. Almost three minutes later, T.J. Linta threw a 48-yard score to Chris Woodard with six minutes left in the first quarter and the Seahawks (4-7, 3-3 Northeast Conference) led 14-7.
Fulse started the second quarter with a 55-yard TD and the rout was on. Two minutes later, Tevaughn Grant sacked Walker who fumbled, Jordan Haven recovered the ball and ran 46 yards to the end zone. With 2:24 before halftime, Fulse ran for a 51-yard score to make it 35-7.
Walker threw for 129 yards for Robert Morris (2-9, 0-6). Wagner outgained Robert Morris 598-137.
Fulse entered the game as the second-leading rusher in the FCS this season and finished the year with 1,784 yards. In just two years at Wagner, Fulse surpassed the 3,000-yard mark (3,090) making him the fifth player to top that total in program history.
NCAA appeals ruling on athlete compensation cap
The NCAA has filed a notice of appeal challenging a federal judge's ruling that the organization violated antitrust law by limiting how much student-athletes could be compensated.
Kentucky's Allen says he's the draft's best player
Kentucky's Josh Allen says he's not just the best edge rusher in this year's draft, but the best overall player.
William & Mary RB Evans killed in shooting
Nate Evans, a junior running back at William & Mary, died at the scene after the 19-year-old was shot on a city sidewalk in Norfolk, Virginia. Police are investigating the incident.
Mario Cristobal leading Oregon's rise in Pac-12 recruiting
Oregon's strategy of viewing California as a home state is paying off in big ways as the Ducks out-recruit USC and UCLA.
Successful showing at Kentucky's Pro Day
SEC Now analysts Matt Stinchcomb and Gene Chizik examine how far Kentucky has come as a program and who can make an impact in the NFL for the Wildcats.
White, Williams checking off boxes at LSU's Pro Day
SEC Now discusses the potential of linebacker Devin White and cornerback Greedy Williams at the next level.