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Former Cass Tech QB Jayru Campbell eclipses 300+ yards & 4 TD's in week 3 rout over Northwood (Story)
Cass Tech 2015 graduate, QB Jayru Campbell continued his incredible comeback story into college football as the Redshirt Junior quarterback has had 3 very effective weeks leading Ferris State's offense.
Ferris State traveled to Northwood, where they won 53-10 as they built a 25-3 halftime lead.
Campbell was 10-16 passing for 225 yards and 1 touchdown and on the ground he had 16 carries for 98 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Ferris State will head north in week 4 to Northern Michigan.
- Recruiting Activity
- 12/14/2018Ex-Cass Tech QB Jayru Campbell wins the Harlon Hill Trophy (D-II's Heisman Trophy)
- 11/13/2018Ferris State / Cass Tech 2015 QB Jayru Campbell is the 2018 GLIAC Football Player of the Year (Press Release)
- 09/18/2018Former Cass Tech QB Jayru Campbell eclipses 300+ yards & 4 TD's in week 3 rout over Northwood (Story)
- 09/08/2018Former Cass Tech QB Jayru Campbell scores 5 touchdowns in week 2 win (Story)
- 08/31/2018Former Cass Tech QB Jayru Campbell leads Ferris State to 42 first half points in rout over East Stroudsburg (Story)
- 12/19/2017Cass Tech 2015 QB Jayru Campbell will play at Ferris State per Brandon Folsom
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