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Both of Presbyterian College’s football victories this season have been at Bailey Memorial Stadium. In the Blue Hose final home game, the opponent, Campbell, is one that has never beaten them.

This is the fourth meeting of the Blue Hose (2-6, 0-4 Big South) and the Camels (5-4, 0-3). PC won the previous games by scores of 23-13 in 2015, 31-14 in ’16 and 28-16 in ’17. The Senior Day game begins on Saturday at noon.

Kennesaw State defeated Campbell 49-0 last week. The Owls defeated Presbyterian 56-0 on Oct. 6.

Campbell has a versatile quarterback in Daniel Smith has passed for 12 touchdowns and rushed for 10. He has completed 57 percent of his passes.

In FCS football, the Blue Hose rank in the top 25 in passing completion percentage. The starter, senior John Walker has hit 120 of 95 attempts. Last week, in a 38-20 loss at Gardner-Webb, freshman Jordan Morgan saw considerable action. Morgan threw for 123 yards and rushed for 99.

The combined won-lost record of PC’s eight opponents to date is 40-31. For the season, opponents have outrushed the Blue Hose by an average of 56.9 yards per game and outpassed by an average of 38.3.

Presbyterian and Campbell are the only Big South Conference teams without a league win.

Jarius Jeter leads the Blue Hose rushing attack with 412 yards, followed by Zola Davis with 350. In the season to date, PC has scored only three touchdowns via the rush. Two were by backup quarterback Morgan.