Defensive back Christian McFarland picked off a North Dakota pass late in the game, sealing a 25-21 win for Idaho State on Saturday afternoon.
Eli Dunne threw three touchdown passes, Trevor Allen and Marcus Weymiller each ran for a score and Northern Iowa forced five turnovers in shutting out Hampton 44-0 on Saturday.
Nate Ketteringham threw a touchdown to Noah Wanzek late in the fourth quarter to put his team on top for good as North Dakota edged Sam Houston State 24-23 on Saturday night.
Easton Stick threw for one touchdown and ran for another, leading defending FCS champion North Dakota State to a 38-7 win over FCS newcomer North Alabama on Saturday.
Christian Lopez connected with Jakobi Byrd on a 30-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter and North Alabama defeated Alabama A&M 25-20 on Saturday night.
Jake Browning threw for 313 yards and two touchdowns, Ty Jones had two touchdown receptions , and No. 9 Washington finally pulled away in the second half for a 45-3 victory over North Dakota on Saturday.
Pete Guerriero ran for a career-high 209 yards on 21 carries and had three touchdown runs on Saturday to help Monmouth win its home opener 56-28 over Hampton.
Christian Lopez tossed a one-yard touchdown pass to Dexter Boykin with 12 seconds remaining and North Alabama won its first game played as an FCS member with a 34-30 victory over Southern Utah in the season opener for both teams on Saturday night.
Delmon Williams ran for one touchdown and threw for another to lead Hampton to a 38-10 win over Shaw in the season opener for both teams on Saturday.
Nate Ketteringham threw for three touchdowns and ran for another in his North Dakota debut and the Fighting Hawks opened the season with a 35-7 victory over Mississippi Valley State on Thursday night.
The new format for the 2018 season was announced Tuesday at the Sun Belt's annual spring meeting and will break up the 10 teams into East and West Divisions.
De'Angelo Henderson had 135 yards rushing, including a 30-yard touchdown, Ryan Granger made a Coastal Carolina single-game record four field goals and the Chanticleers beat Hampton 26-7 on Saturd
De'Angelo Henderson rushed for 139 yards and three touchdowns, and Coastal Carolina scored the first 28 points in a 42-7 victory over Liberty on Thursday night.
Osharmar Abercrombie ran for 114 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdowns, and Coastal Carolina outlasted Bryant for a 31-21 win on Saturday.
Anthony Chesley intercepted a Kenji Bahar pass and returned it 42 yards for a touchdown with 2:33 left as Coastal Carolina routed Monmouth in the second half to take a 38-17 victory Saturday.
Jah-Maine Martin ran for 120 yards and two scores on 12 carries, and Kenneth Daniels added two rushing TDs and 100 yards on 15 carries to lift Coastal Carolina past Presbyterian 48-17 on Saturday
Alex Scearce had a pick-6 and he recovered a fumble in the end zone to help Coastal Carolina beat Central Connecticut 33-25 on Saturday.
De'Angelo Henderson scored once to extend his NCAA Division I record for touchdowns in consecutive games to 32 and Coastal Carolina got past Gardner-Webb 17-7 on Saturday.
Johnny Robinson blocked Coastal Carolina's PAT attempt in the second overtime to give Charleston Southern a 59-58 victory Saturday night.
Tyler Keane threw for two touchdowns, Kenneth Daniels returned a blocked field goal 65 yards for a score and Ky'Jon Tyler scored on an 80-yard punt return in Coastal Carolina's 41-21 win over Fur
Eli Jenkins passed for 248 yards and two touchdowns, rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown, and Jacksonville State held on for a 27-26 win over Coastal Carolina on Saturday.
De'Angelo Henderson started a record-setting game by scoring three touchdowns as Coastal Carolina scored 22 first quarter points on its way to a 49-10 win over Florida A&M on Saturday night.
De'Angelo Henderson ran for 158 yards and two touchdowns to lead Coastal Carolina to a 38-14 victory over Lamar on Saturday night.
The impossible, such as Coastal Carolina's run to the College World Series, doesn't have a place in the College Football Playoff.