Duke backup quarterback Sean Renfree threw two second-half touchdowns and completed seven of his first eight passes to lead the Blue Devils to a 35-19 win over Army on Saturday.
Renfree threw for 106 yards and connected on his first career attempt for a 17-yard scoring pass to with Brett Huffman that gave the Blue Devils (1-1) their first lead of the game, 14-10, midway through the third quarter. Renfree later threw a 31-yard TD to an open Donovan Varner on the first play the fourth quarter for a 21-13 advantage.
Leon Wright returned two interceptions for touchdowns of 51 and 33 yards in final 1:48 to seal it.
Army (1-1), in coach Rich Ellerson's Michie Stadium debut, got a quick touchdown with its triple option offense. But the Black Knights didn't score another touchdown until time expired.
Patrick Mealy led Army with 99 yards rushing on 10 carries. The Black Knights outgained Duke, 385 yards to 236.
-- From The Sports Network