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Seton Hill sees early lead evaporate, loses big to IUP

| Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017, 10:06 p.m.

Seton Hill led No. 4 IUP, 14-9, less than two minutes into the second quarter of their PSAC matchup Saturday in Greensburg. The Griffins were thinking upset, but the Crimson Hawks put that notion to rest in a hurry.

IUP scored the next 48 points and routed the Griffins, 57-14. The Crimson Hawks moved to 5-0, 2-0 in the PSAC West. The Griffins remained winless (0-5, 0-2).

Seton Hill started the scoring less than six minutes into the game when Jarvis McClam scored on a 5-yard run. IUP took the lead quickly with a safety and an 8-yard touchdown run by Samir Bullock.

But the Griffins didn't fold and followed Bullock's score with another touchdown run from McClam (3 yards.)

It was all IUP after that. Bullock scored the game's next five touchdowns on runs of 1, 5, 15, 20 and 17 yards and amassed 263 for the day. Justice Evans added 114 yards rushing and a touchdown, and Lenny Williams threw a touchdown pass to Allen Wright.

McClam finished with 79 rushing yards on 16 carries. Seton Hill quarterback Christian Strong threw for 265 yards but was intercepted three times.

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