BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. -- Jordan Day's 30-yard field goal with 25 seconds left gave Gardner-Webb a 12-10 win over Richmond on Saturday night.
J.J. Hubbard returned the ensuing kickoff 51 yards to the Richmond 47 yard line where the Gardner-Webb (2-1) offense took over.
Two plays later, on third and 9, Lucas Beatty hit Demarcus White for a 24-yard gain. Following two incomplete passes, Beatty connected with Richard Jules on a 9-yard throw and catch to the Richmond 13.
Day then connected on the game-winning kick, his fourth field goal of the day.
Stephen Barnette had 12 receptions for 182 yards but Richmond had just 10 yards rushing and converted only 4 of 13 third down chances.
After surviving the Les Miles telenovela, which landed LSU's big cigars at No. 5, we're left to ponder who can claim the Bottom 10 title.
The Oregon Ducks mascot didn't take Scott Frost's departure very well, relaying a series of emotional tweets to the new Central Florida head coach.
SEC Network's Booger McFarland joins Russillo & Kanell to apologize for calling out the Big Ten prior to the first College Football Playoff ranking and to explain why he still doesn't believe in Iowa's abilities.
Josh Parcell and Craig Haubert break down the biggest freshman performances of Week 13 and tell you who to watch during Championship Week.
The Buffaloes are buying into Jim Leavitt's defense, and the progress they made this year should bode well for the team in the future.
In today's mailbag we chat about Oklahoma's national title hopes, Iowa State landing Matt Campbell and the shuffling in Texas Tech's coaching staff.
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