The 4-way battle for the starting QB position is taking shape for the Dolphins

Cade Bell threw for 193 yards but had four turnovers


JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Freshman Steven Hughes found roommate Andrew Robustelli on an 11-yard pass with 4:25 to play Saturday.

Hughes, from Palm Bay, Fla., ended a six-play, 62-yard drive for the game winner that capped a White comeback and ended his day going 15 of 22 for 213 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

Robustelli, a sophomore tight end, had three touchdown catches, including the last two scores for his team, on the day as he had seven receptions for 196 yards. Included were touchdown catches of 70 and 47 yards.

The Green team moved to a 21-3 first quarter lead via two touchdown runs from quarterback Kade Bell and a 14-yard scoring pass from freshman Ryan Walker to Brion Youngs.

Bell, who along with Hughes is involved in a four-way battle for the starting job, was 16-for-31 for 193 yards and a touchdown pass and had two interceptions and lost two fumbles.

After the White team fell behind early and was down 28-17 at the half, it outscored the Green 22-7 in the final half as quarterback Trevious Folston ran in for a score then threw a td pass to Robustelli before the game winner.

Folston was 11 of 19 for 158 yards and Walker ended 11 of 19 for 135 yards and the scoring toss to Youngs.

Adrian Riley led all receivers with nine catches for 120 yards and a touchdown and Keith Dawson led all rushers with 98 yards on 21 carries. Running back Johnnie Hicks had 81 yards on 12 carriers and a touchdown.

"It was a pretty good, clean game,'' coach Kerwin Bell said.