FARGO, N.D. - Brock Jensen accounted for three touchdowns and Sam Ojuri rushed for 136 yards to lead North Dakota State to a 24-0 victory Saturday afternoon over Lehigh in a Football Championship Subdivision quarterfinal.
The No. 2-seed Bison (12-1) will face third-seeded Georgia Southern next weekend.
Jensen scored on a pair of 1-yard sneaks, the last of which capped a 16-play, 80-yard drive to give the Bison a 24-0 lead with 7 minutes, 23 seconds left. He also found Warren Holloway for a 38-yard score.
Chris Lum completed 25 of 52 passes for 288 yards and two interceptions for the Mountain Hawks (11-2).
Veteran NFL coach Jim Mora Jr. was hired as UCLA's football coach Saturday, replacing Rick Neuheisel and becoming the first football coach of the Bruins in more than 60 years with no ties to the school.
Mora, 50, was the coach of the Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks, going 31-33 over four seasons. The son of longtime NFL coach Jim Mora, he is a former University of Washington defensive back who had only one season of college coaching experience at his alma mater in 1984 before beginning a 25-year career in the NFL.
Mora spent the last two years out of coaching, working as a television analyst after the Seahawks fired him in January 2010.
Neuheisel, who went 21-29 over four seasons at his alma mater, was fired last month after UCLA was embarrassed, 50-0, by No. 5 Southern California.
Houston coach Kevin Sumlin, whose prolific offense made the Cougars a power in Conference USA, was hired Saturday to lead Texas A&M.
Sumlin takes over the Aggies less than two week after Mike Sherman was fired following a disappointing 6-6 finish. Texas A&M, which is scheduled to play Northwestern (6-6) in the Meineke Car Care Bowl in Houston on Dec. 31, joins the Southeastern Conference next season.