PINE BLUFF, Ark. -- Skyler Perry threw for three touchdowns and Arkansas-Pine Bluff beat NAIA Langston University 53-15 on Saturday night.
UAPB outgained Langston 434-222 yards.
The Golden Lions scored 27-unanswered points in the first half, starting with short touchdown runs by KeShawn Williams and Porter followed by a 35-yard scoring pass from Perry to Jeremy Brown and Porter's 5-yard touchdown run with 7:46 left in the second quarter.
After leading 34-6 at halftime, the rout continued in the second half with a pair of touchdown throws from Perry to Harry Ballard III and a short scoring run by Omar Allen for a 53-9 advantage by the end of the third quarter.
RaQuan Washington threw for 59 yards and a touchdown for Langston.
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