Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Saturday's Best

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Saturday's Best

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Tim Hall rushed for 235 yards and three touchdowns as Robert Morris beat Central Connecticut State 45-3.

Troy Taylor ran for 195 yards and a touchdown to help Connecticut beat Yale 39-20.

Kevin Foley completed 31 of his 54 passes for 329 yards, but it wasn't enough as Boston U. fell to Richmond 21-6.

Jason McCullough set a school record with five touchdown passes as Brown defeated Holy Cross 37-14. He completed 26 of 38 passes for 324 yards.

Chris Hixson passed for 299 yards and two touchdowns as Rhode Island ripped Massachusetts 34-0.

Terry Harvey threw for 395 yards and three touchdowns in North Carolina State's 43-22 loss to Clemson. However, he also had six interceptions, tying an ACC mark, and has eight in his last two games.

Mike Groh completed 21 of 34 passes for 335 yards and two touchdowns in Virginia's 35-17 win over Wake Forest.

Mike Thomas completed 13 successive passes and finished by completing 17 of 24 throws for 272 yards and two TDs for North Carolina in its 62-0 victory over Ohio.

Octavus Barnes had 211 receiving yards, on eight catches, and tied the North Carolina record with three touchdown receptions.

Jerry Azumah rushed for 278 yards, a school record, and scored two touchdowns to help New Hampshire beat Lehigh 35-14.

Eddie George rushed for 207 yards and two touchdowns as Ohio State beat Notre Dame 45-26.

Marc Washington rushed for 219 yards and three touchdowns on 29 carries in Princeton's 34-23 victory at Colgate.

Darnell Autry gained 100 yards for the fifth successive game, rushing for 168 yards on 28 carries as Northwestern beat Indiana 31-7.

Cornell Parker, a cornerback for SMU, had three interceptions in a 35-10 loss to Texas.

STREAKING

Jeremiah Greathouse kicked a 41-yard field goal with 27 seconds left in the game to give Pennsylvania a 20-19 victory over vistiting Bucknell, extending the Quakers' winning streak to 24 games - longest in the nation.

East Carolina beat West Virginia, 23-20, for the first time in nine meetings.

North Carolina State lost its fourth game in succession and third in a row at home, 43-22 to Clemson. The Wolfpack hadn't lost three in a row at home since 1987, and hadn't lost four in a row in six years. …

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