Ferguson ran in a 37-yard touchdown on the fourth play from scrimmage and the Toreros (2-2, 1-0 Pioneer) never looked back, scoring touchdowns of seven of their first eight drives and totaling 624 yards of offense.
James had 13 carries for 146 yards, leading a San Diego rushing attack that gained 345 yards. Tyler Tony and Montell Allen also ran for scores to give the Toreros six rushing touchdowns. Mason Mills hit Brandon White for two touchdown passes as well.
Stetson (1-3, 0-1), playing its first football season in 57 years, managed just 161 total yards and couldn't stop two-time defending Pioneer Football League champion San Diego. The Toreros' 59 points were their most since a 59-19 victory over Drake in 2007.
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