Peru State out-rushed Trinity Bible College by a margin of 342 yards to 145 yards on the way to a 47-21 win in the Oak Bowl on Saturday.
Plattsmouth native Ryan Ludlow led the Bobcats with 140 yards of rushing offense and four touchdowns on the day.
Also scoring for the Bobcats were Nate Tromblee of Lincoln on a three-yard run, quarterback Bo Sheppard of Gretna on a 16-yard run, and Adrian Lawson of Lincoln who picked up a Trinity fumble and scooted 41 yards for a touchdown.
Defensive leaders for the Bobcats wee Preston Bruss of Bennett with 12 total tackles and Curtis Larson of Plattsmouth with 10 stops.
With the win, the Bobcats moved their record to 3-3 on the season while Trinity fell to 2-4 on the year.
Peru State will return to action for an Oct. 13 game at Springfield, Mo., against Evangel University.