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  • LONDON -- He ran. Ryan Allen Jersey . He threw. He conquered. Colin Kaepernick did it all Sunday, rushing for two touchdowns and throwing for another to lead the San Francisco 49ers to their fifth straight victory, 42-10 over the winless Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium. "The offensive line did a great job, made it easy for me," said Kaepernick, who led the 49ers to the Super Bowl last year. "I think this is one of the first game that we started that fast." Kaepernick ended up with 164 yards passing and 54 yards rushing, Frank Gore also ran for two scores and 71 yards, while Kendall Hunter rushed for 84 yards for the 49ers (6-2). But it was Kaepernick that made the key plays by when the team needed it early. "He looked much like a running back, and thats great courage," 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said. "You dont always see that in the quarterback position. As soon as he saw that window, he had a great dart and speed to get the ball into the end zone." The Jaguars (0-8) were the "home" team at Londons iconic soccer venue, playing in the British capital for the first of their four-year run of regular-season NFL games in London. They had plenty of fan support, too, with many of the 83,559 spectators waving their giveaway Jaguars flags throughout the evening. None of that affected what was happening on the field, and on the field it wasnt pretty for the Jags. "Our seasons not over," Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon. "Were not going to just go out there and get our (butts) kicked, were going to go back out there and fight." Kaepernick made his first big play on San Franciscos first possession, quickly throwing to fullback Bruce Miller on the right sideline for a 43-yard gain. A few plays later, Kaepernick scrambled for 4 1/2 yards on a third-and 5, setting up Gore for a short gain and a first down. After an incomplete pass, Gore ran 19 yards for the first touchdown. Kaepernick took over the scoring after that, running 13 yards and diving into the corner for the second touchdown late in the first quarter, then passing to Vernon Davis in the corner of the end zone for another, and finally holding it and scrambling for 7 yards and a touchdown. And all in the first half. "Kaepernick is a stud athlete and he showed it again tonight," Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny said. Besides a 38-yard field goal by Josh Scobee in the waning seconds of the half to make it 28-3, Jacksonville had little to be happy about. But the 49ers fumbled in their own territory late in the third quarter, giving the Jaguars their best chance to score. They took it as Chad Henne tossed a 29-yard touchdown pass to Mike Brown to make it 28-10 with 3:00 to go. The Niners bounced right back, first with Kyle Williams returning the kick 47 yards before getting pushed out of bounds. Hunter ran 41 yards on the next play, bringing the ball to the Jacksonville 13. Gore then ran for 9 yards, 2 yards and the final 2 on three straight plays for the touchdown. San Francisco linebacker Dan Skuta scored the final points, recovering a fumble and running it back 47 yards for a touchdown after Marcedes Lewis let the ball loose following a 6-yard completion from Henne. "There are definitely some plays that we needed to make, and the red zone really killed us," Henne said. "If its just players needing to make plays, we have to make them. We need to man up." Both teams have a bye next week, as is usual after the trip to London. The Jags then visit Tennessee on Nov. 10 while the 49ers host Carolina. "The bye week is coming at a good time," Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said. "We can take the time to evaluate where were at with our whole team and recommit to take the next step." Sundays encounter was the eighth regular-season NFL game at Wembley, the home of Englands national soccer team, and the second this year. The Minnesota Vikings beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-27 last month. Next year, there will be three games in London. The Jaguars will face the Dallas Cowboys in their second game of the four-game stretch, while the Detroit Lions will play the Atlanta Falcons and the Miami Dolphins will take on the Oakland Raiders. Harbaugh seemed to love the experience of making the trip, likening it to another huge sporting event. "The beginning of the game when they were playing the two national anthems, I felt like I was at the Olympics," Harbaugh said. "As a youngster, I always wanted to be in the Olympics and at that moment I was feeling like the moment when they play the gold medal and the silver medal and the bronze medal, the different anthems. "I got a chill when the gal was singing God Save the Queen." NOTES: R&B artist Ne-Yo sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" and Laura Wright sang "God Save the Queen." ... Former San Francisco quarterback Joe Montana and receiver Dwight Clark were the honorary captains for the 49ers. ... It was San Franciscos second game at Wembley. The Niners beat the Denver Broncos 24-16 in 2010. Danny Etling Jersey . He will be practicing with the Norfolk Admirals (AHL) on a conditioning assignment. - @AnaheimDucks Corey Perry has a knee sprain and will miss the next three to four weeks. Andre Tippett Jersey . He reps the 4-1-6The insecurity of Canadian basketball fans is not what it once was with the home grown talent making its way to the big leagues, but it is still nice to see the local kids remembering where they come from once they make their way south.RIMOUSKI, Que. -- JC Campagna and Conor Garland each scored in regulation, and again in a shootout to lift the Moncton Wildcats past the Rimouski Oceanic 5-4 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play Saturday. Christopher Caissy and Christophe Lalonde also scored for the Wildcats (5-7-0), who led 2-0 after just three minutes into the game. Anthony DeLuca, Samuel Courtemanche, Samuel Morin and Michael Joly replied for the Oceanic (6-3-1). Graham Hunt made 17 saves on 21 shots for Moncton before being replaced by Alex Dubeau, who stopped eight shots. Philippe Desrosiers made 28 saves in net for Rimouski. --- DRAKKAR 2 OLYMPIQUES 1 BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- Jeremy Gregoires goal in the third period put the Drakkar ahead for good. Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau also scored for Baie-Comeau (6-4-2), while Philippe Cadorette stopped 26 shots in net. Emile Poirier had the lone goal for Gatineau (6-5-0) and Anthony Brodeur made 29 saves. Neither team was effective on the power play. The Drakkar were 1 for 8, while the Olympiques were blanked on six attempts. --- SAGUENEENS 3 TITAN 2 (OT) CHICOUTIMI, Que. -- Janne Puhakka scored just 12 seconds into overtime for the Sagueneens. Puhakka also scored in regulation for Chicoutimi (6-5-0) while Loik Leveille forced OT with a goal at 17:11 in the third. Dominic Beauchemin and Alexandros Soumakis scored for Acadie-Bathurst (4-6-2). The loss ruined a spectacular effort by Titan goaltender Jacob Brennaan, who finished with 51 saves. Mike Gillislee Jersey. Domenic Graham was far less busy in the Sagueneens net with 25 saves. --- MOOSEHEADS 3 SEA DOGS 0 HALIFAX -- Kevin Darveaus 21 saves were good enough to give the Mooseheads a shutout. Andrew Ryan, Darcy Ashley and Timo Meier each scored for Halifax (7-6-0). Sebastien Auger finished with 33 saves in net for Saint John (5-4-1). The Sea Dogs went 0 for 6 on the power play, and had just seven shots in each period. --- VOLTIGEURS 4 HUSKIES 2 ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- Jerome Verrier scored twice as Drummondville cruised past the Huskies. Matthew Boudens and Guillaume Gauthier also scored for the Voltigeurs (7-5-0). Marcus Power and Jeremy Lauzon had singles for Rouyn-Noranda (5-4-2). Louis-Philip Guindon made 29 saves for Drummondville, while at the other end of the ice Alexandre Belanger allowed all four goals on 27 shots. --- FOREURS 6 PHOENIX 5 (OT) VAL-DOR, Que. -- Samuel Henley scored 29 seconds into overtime to help the Foreurs end Sherbrookes rally. Anthony Mantha had a hat trick, and Val-dOr (7-4-0) also got singles from Anthony Richard and Louick Marcotte while Keven Bouchard made 18 saves. The Phoenix (3-7-2) forced OT with four goals in the third period, three of which were unanswered to rally from a 5-2 deficit. Cole Murphy, Dominic Talbot-Tassi, Simon Desbiens, Daniel Audette and Tim Wieser each scored for the Phoenix, and Gabriel Parent stopped 38 shots. 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