TOKYO -- Shawn Knight hit Corey Ludwig on touchdowns of 33 and 76 yards and ran for two other scores in a second-quarter blitz Friday night as William and Mary beat Nihon University, 35-19, in the second game of a U.S.-Japan football doubleheader.

In the first game, Dartmouth's Matt Brzica ran 60 yards for one touchdown and passed 15 yards to Pennsylvania's Cache Miller for another as an Ivy League all-star team drubbed Japan's college all-stars, 68-3.

Knight, who was named most valuable player of the game, completed one drive with a one-yard dive, ran 18 yards for a touchdown on the next and then threw a pass to Ludwig for a 33-yard touchdown, all within slightly more than three minutes.

Nihon came back as Kenji Udagawa ran three yards for a score with 28 seconds left in the half.

William and Mary struck back for a 28-9 halftime lead on a 76-yard pass play in which Ludwig ran most of the way. Greg Parker ran 38 yards on a fake punt for a touchdown, making it 35-9.

Nihon narrowed the gap to 35-16 early in the fourth quarter when Ryusei Kajiyama made a spectacular end-zone catch of a 21-yard pass from Yoshihiro Yamada.

Yamaguchi kicked a 35-yard field goal for the Japanese in the last three seconds.

Brzica, a wide receiver pressed into service as a quarterback, also contributed a 50-yard run to another scoring drive in the annual Epson Ivy Bowl before more than 40,000 spectators. He was named the game's most valuable player.

Brown quarterback Bill Pienias passed five and four yards for touchdowns to Princeton's Chris Beiswenger.

Four of the Ivy touchdowns followed pass interceptions.