HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) -- Tim Gale rushed for 140 yards and a
touchdown on 20 carries to lead Northeastern to a 41-24 victory
over James Madison on Saturday.
Shane Hopkins caught two 1-yard touchdown passes from Shawn
Brady in the first half. The second one put Northeastern (8-4, 6-3
Atlantic 10) on top 24-7 with 3:22 remaining in the first half.
Quintin Mitchell scored from 4 yards out with 10:06 left to go
in the third quarter for the Huskies to extend the lead to 31-10.
Matt LeZotte completed 26 of 40 passes, including a 34-yard
touchdown pass to Aaron Bransford in the fourth quarter for James
Madison (6-6, 4-5), which lost its first game at home this season.
Alvin Banks had touchdown runs of 2 and 1 yards for the Dukes.
Coaching staffs are bracing for a frenzy of activity on the recruiting trail thanks to all the turnover at the top.
After each week of the season, Mark Schlabach and Brett McMurphy detail the bowl matchups and the College Football Playoff.
The Playoff Predictor sees eight teams still alive for the playoff. Which teams have the most to win or lose?
Feleipe' Franks, the No. 4 pocket passer in the ESPN 300 and No. 59 player overall, committed to Florida after breaking his verbal pledge to LSU amid the Tigers' coaching uncertainty.
After finishing 97th in the FBS in scoring and 75th in passing yardage, Minnesota has fired offensive coordinator Matt Limegrover and passing game coordinator Jim Zebrowski, the school announced.
Clay Helton passed the latest round of the USC head coaching survivor test by beating UCLA, but there are still some who would prefer a big-time name.
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