|Alabama A&M beats rival in Magic City Classic
An FCS season-high crowd of 67,710 watched at Legion Field as Alabama A&M defeated Southwestern Athletic Conference rival Alabama State, 37-36, in the 73rd Magic City Classic on Saturday.
|NAU scores late, upsets No. 2 Eastern Washington
Northern Arizona backup quarterback Jordan Perry connected with true freshman wide receiver Dan Galindo on a 20-yard touchdown pass with 12 seconds remaining to lift the Lumberjacks to a 28-27 upset of No. 2 Eastern Washington on Saturday.
|Idaho State ends 48-game road losing streak
Idaho State emphatically ended a 48-game road losing streak Saturday as Xavier Finney rushed for 236 yards and Daniel McSurdy scored three touchdowns on the ground in a 46-12 victory at Northern Colorado.
|Northern Arizona scores late, tops No. 2 Eastern Washington
Northern Arizona backup quarterback Jordan Perry connected with freshman wide receiver Dan Galindo on a 20-yard touchdown pass with 12 seconds remaining to lift the Lumberjacks to a 28-27 upset of No. 2 Eastern Washington on Saturday.
|FCS Top 25 Roundup - Week 9
A rivalry as strong as Bethune-Cookman versus South Carolina State got the type of ending it deserved Saturday.
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|Dorm Report: West Virginia goes wild, not so wonderful
There was quite a bit of hitting on the field at Milan Puskar Stadium last weekend, but almost as much action took place in the streets just outside in the hours following West Virginia's upset of visiting Baylor.
|Northwestern's White retires from football
Northwestern cornerback Dwight White has decided to retire from football after learning he has only one kidney.
|Big Sky QBs racking up the yards
Leave it to an Ivy Leaguer to figure out how to crack the dominance of Big Sky Conference quarterbacks.
|Expect points galore when Marshall hosts FAU
Marshall's offense started slowly last Saturday, scoring just 14 points in the first half at Florida International. However, come the final whistle, the Thundering Herd had topped 40 points for the sixth consecutive time.
|Dorm Report: The year of running backs
We've all noticed the trend: NFL teams are more reliant on the passing game offensively than ever before, which makes the running back position more of a commodity than a necessity.