College football
Dean DeNobile accounted for all four of Lafayette’s touchdowns and the Leopards held on to beat Monmouth 28-20.
Anthony Chiccitt threw four touchdown passes in the first half and Robert Morris had little trouble in thumping NCCAA-member Virginia Lynchburg 46-0.
Walker Harris threw five touchdown passes, including two apiece to Joaquin Davis and Chauncey Spikes, to help North Carolina Central beat Mississippi Valley State 45-3 to win the 39th annual Circle City Classic at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Brett Gabbert passed for 180 yards and two touchdowns, all in the first half, and Keyon Mozee rushed for two second-half scores as Miami (Ohio) beat Delaware State 62-20 on Saturday.
Stone Galloway, making his first appearance of the season, kicked a career-long 56-yard field goal with 26 seconds left as Eastern Illinois, behind a 272-yard rushing performance by freshman MJ Flowers, defeated McNeese State 31-28.
Shawn Shipman scored on runs of 61 and 71 yards and Tak Tateoka found Jacob Wildermuth from 26 yards out with nine seconds left to lift St.
Jacob Clark threw for 414 yards and tied a program record with five passing touchdowns to help Missouri State rout Utah Tech 59-14 on Saturday and give coach Ryan Beard his first win as head coach.
Quarterback Connor Watkins ran for 113 yards and three touchdowns and Villanova beat Rhode Island 35-9 in a Coastal Athletic Association season opener for the Wildcats.
Ailym Ford ran for two touchdowns, Alex Mitchell and Kameron Brown returned interceptions for touchdowns and Chattanooga pulled away from Samford for a 47-24 win.
TCU coach Sonny Dykes is a little salty when it comes to his school’s rivalry with SMU. Dykes responded with “hooray” and nothing else when asked about the Dallas-Fort Worth rivals being one step closer to a pause in the series.
Ethan Gettman connected on a 38-yard field goal with under two minutes left in regulation, then hit from 37-yards out in overtime to lift Bryant to a 16-13 win over Princeton in a non-conference contest.
Davis Brin completed 34 of 46 passes for 344 yards with four touchdowns, Michael Lantz kicked four field goals and Georgia Southern beat Ball State 40-3.
Matthew Sluka threw four touchdown passes and Holy Cross overwhelmed Colgate 47-7 in the Patriot League opener.
Running back Hunter Rice ran for 90 yards and a touchdown and later threw a short scoring pass to help VMI get past Wofford 17-14 in a Southern Conference season opener.
Peny Boone ran for a career-high 211 yards including two fourth-quarter touchdowns, backup quarterback Tucker Gleason threw for two scores and Toledo defeated Western Michigan 49-31 in a Mid-American Conference opener for both teams.
Q Jones ran for 99 yards with a touchdown, Nick Howard added two rushing touchdowns, and Dartmouth defeated Lehigh 34-17, just four days after the death of longtime coach Buddy Teevens.
Brock Bagozzi accounted for four touchdowns and Amin Woods ran for a 25-yard touchdown on Marist’s first offensive play in overtime to help the Red Foxes beat Valparaiso 36-30.
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Jordan Travis threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Keon Coleman to start overtime and No. 4 Florida State rallied in the second half to defeat Clemson 31-24 on Saturday and snap a seven-game losing streak against the Tigers.
Zack Annexstad threw two touchdowns and Cole Mueller ran for two and Illinois State never trailed in its 34-17 win over Lindenwood.
Tyler Huff threw for 168 yards and a touchdown, four teammates scored rushing touchdowns, and Furman defeated Mercer 38-14 in a Southern Conference opener.
Caden Bell passed for a touchdown and ran for two more TDs, Joey Giorgi had 116 yards rushing on 21 carries and Columbia beat Georgetown 30-0, the Lions’ first home shutout in nearly two decades.
C.J. Montes threw for two touchdowns, Julius Loughridge ran for two and Fordham overwhelmed Stonehill 44-0.
Cornerback Maxwell Hairston had a pair of pick-6s, Ray Davis rushed for 78 yards and two touchdowns and the Kentucky Wildcats defeated the Vanderbilt Commodores 45-28 on Saturday in an SEC opener for both teams.After starting the season with three home victories over nonconference opponents, Kentuck
Dillon Gabriel threw for 322 yards and accounted for two touchdowns as No. 16 Oklahoma welcomed Cincinnati to the Big 12 Conference with a 20-6 defeat Saturday.
Jordan Travis threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Keon Coleman to start overtime and No. 4 Florida State rallied in the second half to defeat Clemson 31-24.
Max Johnson threw for 123 yards and two second-half touchdowns after taking over for an injured Conner Weigman to lead Texas A&M to a 27-10 win over Auburn Saturday.
Rasheen Ali ran for 174 yards and two touchdowns to lift Marshall to a 24-17 victory over Virginia Tech.
Kimani Vidal scored a pair of touchdowns and Troy defeated Western Kentucky 27-24. Vidal, coming in ranked third nationally at 131.7 yards rushing per game, finished with 156 on 26 carries.
Anthony Watkins rushed for 91 yards and a touchdown, Kendarin Ray intercepted a pass with 26 seconds left, and Tulsa beat Northern Illinois 22-14 on Saturday for the Huskies seventh straight home loss.
Jameson Wang passed for a touchdown and ran for another TD and Jackson Kennedy kicked the winning 30-yard field goal as time expired to help Cornell beat Yale 23-21.