Brian Kass was 4-of-5 passing for 86 yards and three scores before the second-teamers entered the game, while the ground game averaged 8.3 yards per carry with no player for the Terriers (2-0) taking more than seven carries in the game. Five different Wofford players punched in touchdowns, with Brody Hingst and Eric Breitenstein each scoring twice.
Wofford compiled 402 yards on the ground last week against Gardner-Webb, and dating back to last season the Terriers have run for 400-plus yards in three straight games.
The Terriers leaped ahead of the Lions (0-2) 35-0 in the first quarter with 192 yards of offense.
Doug Cook threw for 130 yards on 15-of-25 passing, hitting Philip Jean-Juste eight times for 57 yards.