BUIES CREEK, N.C. -- Wiley Hartley threw six touchdown passes, Campbell forced a program-record 10 turnovers and the Camels routed Presbyterian 72-0 on Saturday night.
Hartley was 22-of-30 passing for 342 yards. Michael Jamerson opened the scoring with a pair of touchdown runs in the first quarter before Hartley threw a TD pass each to six receivers. Jamerson ran 22 times for 101 yards.
Campbell (1-2) added a safety and CJ Tillman's pick-6. Tai Goode capped the scoring with a 1-yard touchdown run. The Camels finished with seven interceptions and recovered three fumbles.
Hartley scrambled to his right and then lofted a 28-yard pass to Austin Hite, who made a bobbling catch in the end zone as time expired in the first half, stretching the Camels' lead to 49-0. Hartley's 60-yard pass to tight end Jordan Goco to open the second half was his longest scoring throw of the game.
Ren Hefley completed 20 of 39 passes and threw six interceptions for Presbyterian (2-1).
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