DELAND, Fla. -- JoJo Binda Jr. rushed for a career-high 227 yards on just 13 carries, RJ Gonzalez ran for three touchdowns, and San Diego rolled past Stetson 51-7 on Saturday.
Binda, a junior college transfer now in his senior season with the Toreros, had rushed for 145 yards in four previous games this season. His touchdown was a 33-yard run in the third quarter. Gonzalez scored on runs of 11, 13 and 7 yards, all in the second half.
The Toreros (7-2, 6-0 Pioneer League) ran for 353 yards and passed for 257. Reid Sinnett was 18-of-34 passing with two touchdowns and an interception.
With 610 yards total offense, the Toreros increased their FCS-leading average of 487.4 yards per game.
Stetson, fourth in FCS at 482 yards per game in total offense, was held to 228 with only 12 first downs. San Diego scored the first 37 points, holding the Hatters (6-3, 3-3) scoreless until the fourth quarter when quarterback Alex Piccirilli scored on a 6-yard run with 10:58 remaining.
The Toreros have a seven-game winning streak, 17-game conference road winning streak, and 35-game conference winning streak overall. Their conference winning streak is the longest active streak in all of Division I, third-longest in FCS history and fifth-longest in Division I history.
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