DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Davius Richard ran for four touchdowns and passed for another, Latrell Collier scored in overtime, and North Carolina Central edged Campbell 49-48 on Saturday.
Campbell opened the overtime period with a 13-yard touchdown pass from Hajj-Malik Williams to Ezeriah Anderson, but Caleb Dowden missed the PAT. Collier scored on North Carolina Central’s first play and Adrian Olivo had the uncommon opportunity to win a game with an extra point in overtime. His kick was good.
Campbell led 35-21 at halftime but did not score in the second half until NaQuari Rogers’ 4-yard run tied the score at 42 with 1:59 remaining.
North Carolina Central got second-half scores on a 6-yard run by Richard in the third quarter, a 3-yard pass from Richard to Luke Bracey early in the fourth quarter and a go-ahead 2-yard run by Collier with 5:37 left in the fourth.
Hajj-Malik Williams threw five touchdown passes and was 20-of-26 passing for 302 yards for the Camels (2-3). He was picked once. Jaylen Kelsey had seven receptions for 172 yards with two touchdowns.
Richard was 21-of-34 passing for 265 yards with one touchdown. He led the Eagles (4-1) in rushing with 86 yards on 21 carries. Collier had 77 yards on 17 carries, scoring twice.