Record-setting running back, potent Southern Oregon ground game bury Northern


It started out like a snowflake and it snowballed into an avalanche.

The Southern Oregon Raiders got a record-setting rushing performance from All-American tailback Dusty McGrorty to bury the Lights 61-0 Saturday in Ashland, Ore.

The Raiders needed just over two minutes to score on their opening drive and never looked back, rolling up eight more touchdowns and 580 yards in total offense to end the game as quickly as it started.

Northern didn't help matters, committing six turnovers and never getting into any type of offensive rhythm.

"We have to get away from the snowball effect," said head...

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