CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- Duran Lawson threw for one touchdown and
ran for another as The Citadel beat Benedict 29-0 on Thursday
Lawson, who completed 12-of-21 passes for 93 yards, connected
with Justin Woodberry on a 10-yard pass with 5:05 left in the third
quarter to give the Bulldogs (1-3) a 16-0 lead. In the fourth
quarter, Lawson had a 24-yard touchdown run.
The Citadel was led in rushing by Nehemiah Broughton, who had 19
carries for 120 yards and one touchdown -- a 2-yard run in the third
Three quarterbacks -- Neiman Busch, Anthony Smalls and Calver
Drummond -- threw for the Tigers (2-4), who had just 135 yards of
total offense. The top rusher, Elijah Clark, had six carries for 43
The Bulldogs took a 3-0 halftime lead.
Former Blinn College coach Brad Franchione describes Panthers star Cam Newton's transformation from playing at the junior college in 2009 to playing in Super Bowl 50.
North Carolina inked the No. 34-ranked recruiting class in the 2016 cycle with one ESPN 300 (Tomon Fox) and four more four-stars. The class of 2017 is well on the way to besting the 2016 class with four ESPN Jr300 verbals less than one week after signing day with the most recent being in state receiver Ryan Jones Friday.
Oregon running back Thomas Tyner has decided to take a medical retirement after sitting out all of last season because of a shoulder injury.
It hasn't been an easy road at USC for Pat Haden, the former Trojans quarterback turned athletic director, but at 63, he's earned the right to relax.
Readers want to know about all "downer" material, Iowa cutting ties with Stanford and an inherent southern bias in recruiting rankings.
What did we learn from the Big 12 conference sessions this week? Jake Trotter sorts it out in this edition of the mailbag.
|Albany State (GA)||6-1||6-3|
|Fort Valley State||5-1||5-4|