Randolph’s 5 TDs lead Holy Cross past Fordham
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP)—Dominic Randolph threw for 407 yards and five touchdowns to lead Holy Cross to a 38-17 win over Fordham on Saturday.
Randolph was 35-of-59 and threw three of his touchdowns to Jon Brock, who had eight catches for 105 yards.
For Fordham (4-5, 0-4 Patriot League), John Skelton was 14-of-31 for 168 yards and a touchdown.
Holy Cross (6-3, 4-0) opened the scoring with a 43-yard touchdown pass from Randolph to Brett McDermott midway through the first quarter. Holy Cross made it 10-0 six minutes later on Matt Partain’s 22-yard field goal.
Randolph’s second scoring pass was a 4-yard touchdown to Ryan McGuire in the second quarter.
Fordham’s first score came on Adam Danko’s 23-yard field goal. But Holy Cross extended its lead with a 14-play drive that didn’t include a single rushing attempt and ended with Randolph’s first touchdown to Brock, a 9-yard score. Randolph and Brock connected on 21- and 25-yard touchdowns in the third quarter, giving Holy Cross a 38-3 lead.
Fordham’s Skelton hit Cody Kritzer with a 7-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Kelvin Colbert rounded out the scoring after picking off Randolph and returning the interception 75 yards.