Turnovers help Jacksonville beat Campbell 20-14

BUIES CREEK, N.C. (AP) Andrew Hooks had two of Jacksonville's four interceptions and returned one 26 yards for a third-quarter score, and the Dolphins beat Campbell 20-14 on Saturday.

The Dolphins came into the game ranked second in the nation with 15 picks and intercepted Campbell's Kameron Bryant four times, three of which led to points.

Hooks' first interception came on Campbell's opening drive and Ulysses Bryant scored eight plays later on a 4-yard run. Brandon Roe made an interception on Campbell's second drive, leading to a 32-yard field goal by Brandon Behr. Armani Sampson grabbed the fourth interception, in the fourth quarter, setting up Behr's 38-yard field goal.

Rylan Wells was 11-of-20 passing for 115 yards with one interception for Jacksonville (8-2, 5-2 Pioneer).

Campbell (5-6, 3-5) got on the board with a 2-yard TD run by DeShawn Jones early in the fourth quarter and his 3-yard TD run with 19 seconds left.

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