Jacob Jackson contributed with 94 yards on five carries and two touchdowns for GW (2-1).
After Switzer scored GW's first three touchdowns, the floodgates opened. Trevor Bell connected with Trevon Johnson on a 29-yard touchdown reception, Jackson scored on runs of 60 and 2 yards and Zach Malone returned an interception 47 yards, his first of two 47-yard interception returns on the night. SA (0-3) avoided being blanked in the first half on a 1-yard touchdown run by Michael Cain.
At the half, GW led 55-7, accumulating 415 total offensive yards (358 rushing, 57 passing) to SA's 78 yards (37 rushing, 41 passing).
GW scored on six of its first nine possessions. None of them took more than five plays.
"I thought they missed that [big-play ability] while I was out," Switzer said. "When I'm in the game, I draw a lot of attention. We have a lot of guys who can do things in space."
"The kids were blocking really well," Edwards said. "We were able to get some guys out in space. We had a speed advantage tonight and that was evident. Our kids were able to take advantage of that."
Switzer didn't want to get caught up in Friday's win for too long as he knows that there are still many games left in the season.
"We need to get back on track," Switzer said. "We still have a long season. We have some tough games down the road. We play Hurricane next week at home. We have a lot of energy right now. We just need to continue the momentum from tonight's game and get back to work on Monday."
Cain led SA, which has given up an average of 57.6 points in its three games this year, with 114 rushing yards and three touchdowns.