Sunday, September 4, 2016




Tuskegee 36, Clark Atlanta 13 - Kevin Lacey threw a touchdown and rushed for another while linebacker Osband Thompson wreaked havoc all day to lead Tuskegee to the win. Lacey completed all eight of his passes for 179 yards. Thompson had 15 tackles, eight of them solo, and forced a fumble that led to a safety.  He also had three tackles for losses.  Clark Atlanta got touchdowns from quarterback Dashawn Blow and running back Matthew Daniels, who rushed for 76 yards on ten carries.

Morehouse 19, Edward Waters 13 - Monquavious Johnson's 24-yard touchdown run with no time remaining lifted Morehouse to a win over a feisty NAIA squad in Edward Waters.  On a muddy, swampy night after Hurricane Hermine came through, both teams struggled running and Morehouse, which had the SIAC's top defense last season, gave up 334 yards of offense to EWC.  The Morehouse defense did force four fumbles.  Receiving brothers Lake McGuffie caught five passes for 111 yards.

Valdosta State 16, Albany State 7 - Albany State wanted to battle one of the big boys of Division II football to ready itself for a possible post season run.  They nearly pulled off an upset. The Rams pretty much held the Valdosta State offense in check, but couldn't muster much offense themselves in losing.

Dayton 31, Central State 19 - Central State couldn't overcome a 31-point deficit to in-state rival Dayton, though they did try to rally in the fourth quarter. Turnovers were costly for the Marauders who had three fumbles and three interceptions.  De'Michael Jackson rushed for 64 yards and CSU's two touchdowns.  Dayton's Alex Jeske was 18-of27 for 256 yards and two touchdowns.

Lane 44, Texas College 6 - Texas College's six-point first quarter lead didnt last long as Justin Hill's 2-yard TD run four minutes later started a Lane enslaught that ended in an easy win over the NAIA team.  Lane's Marcus Holliday rushed for 128 yards and two touchdowns while quarterback Marcus Reynolds threw for 160 yards and a TD and rushed for 71 yards and another touchdown.

Charleston Southern 57, Kentucky State 7 - Alan Barnwell rushed for 108 yards and a touchdown while Mike Holloway had 68 yards and two TDs to lead Charleston Southern to an easy win over out-manned Kentucky State. Charleston Southern, ranked 7th nationally in FCS football, rushed for 405 yards against Division II KSU. Reginal Harris did have 75 yards and a touchdown on the ground for Kentucky State. The game was the debut for KSU head coach John L. Smith, who formerly coached at Michigan State and Louisville.


North Carolina A&T 62, St. Augustine's 0 -
Eastern Michigan 61, Mississippi Valley State 14 -
Maryland 52, Howard 13 -
Morgan State 51, Holy Cross 24 -
Miami (Fla) 70, Florida A&M 3 -
Georgia Southern 54, Savannah State 0 -
Duke 49, North Carolina Central 6 -
Central Florida 38, South Carolina State 0 -


Chowan 14, Fayetteville State 13 -
UNC Pembroke 20, Winston Salem State 17 -

Benedict 5, Livingstone 3 - Clearly, offense wasn't the highlight of this day.  Both teams combined for only 27 yards rushing, with Livingstone only mustering eight.  The deciding play: following a long kickoff after Livingstone's second quarter field goal and then a holding penalty which backed Livingstone up to their own one yard line, Benedict's Chris Williams tackled Jarius Richardson in the end zone for a safety. But it was a big win for Benedict - they'd lost 12 in a row dating back to the 2014 season.

Virginia State 34, Lenoir-Rhyne 9 -
Wingate 38, Johnson C. Smith 28 -
LIU Post 14, Virginia Union 12 -
Limestone 35, Shaw 6 -
Seton Hill 50, Bowie State 48 -


Grambling 72, Virginia-Lynchburg 12 -
Middle Tennessee 55, Alabama A&M 0 -
Louisiana-Monroe 38, Southern 21 -
Texas-San Antonio 26, Alabama State 13 -


Tennessee State 44, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 0 -
Langston 23, Lincoln (Mo) 13 -
Fairmont State 30, West Virginia State 20 -

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