September 06, 2014

BOONE, N.C. (AP) Kameron Bryant threw two touchdown passes and Marcus Cox ran for 114 yards and two scores Saturday in Appalachian State's 66-0 rain-delayed rout of Campbell.

The Mountaineers (1-1) held the Fighting Camels (0-2) to 58 total yards in the first half and scored on every possession to lead 45-0 at halftime before heavy downpours delayed the game for about 40 minutes.

Appalachian State racked up 538 yards, including 293 yards rushing, and held Campbell to 95 total yards.

Bryant was 10 of 17 for 149 yards passing, including scoring strikes of 12 yards to Simms McElfresh and 21 yards to Barrett Burns. Backup Taylor Lamb hit McElfresh with a 39-yard TD pass for a 38-0 lead.

Ricky Ferguson scored on runs of 11 and 7 yards and Terrance Upshaw had a 10-yard TD run. Doug Middleton intercepted a pass by Riley Gallaher and returned it 52 yards for a score.

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