CALIFORNIA, Pa. (AP) -Isaac Odim scored four touchdowns and ran for 126 yards to lead the University of Minnesota Duluth to a 45-7 victory over California, Pa., in the Division II semifinals on Saturday.
Minn.-Duluth (14-0) remains the only undefeated team in the division and advances to the national championship for the first time in program history.
The Bulldogs took a 17-0 lead at halftime after Odim's first two touchdown runs and a 23-yard field goal by David Nadeau.
Odim scored twice more in the third quarter, on a 38-yard pass from Ted Schlafke and a 51-yard run.
AJ Jackson scored the only touchdown for the Vulcans, a 6-yard pass from Kevin McCabe, in the third quarter.
Brad Foss ran for 101 yards for Minn. Duluth, including a 9-yard TD run in the fourth quarter. Schlafke then threw a 4-yard pass to Tony Doherty a few minutes later to round out the scoring for the Bulldogs.
California, Pa. (12-2) committed four turnovers and ran for a season-low 56 yards against the Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs will play the winner of the North Alabama-Northwest Missouri State game in Florence, Ala., on Dec. 13.

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