OXFORD, Ohio -- Jahwan Edwards rushed for three touchdowns as Ball State defeated Miami (Ohio) 31-24 Friday in their regular-season finale.
The Cardinals (9-3, 6-2 Mid-American Conference) won their sixth straight, their most since winning 12 straight in 2008.
Edwards, who gained 98 yards on 18 carries, scored on first-half runs of 5 and 2, when Ball State took a 21-14 lead. His 17-yard third-quarter touchdown made it 28-14.
Steven Schott, who came in leading the nation in field goals with 23, booted a 27-yarder to make it 31-14 after three quarters.
Dysert, who completed 26 of 40 for 218 yards, moved into second place on the conference's career passing list with 12,013 yards, passing Byron Leftwich, who played for Marshall when it was a league member.
Current Maryland players describe a culture of fear and intimidation within the football program in the run-up to offensive lineman Jordan McNair's death.
WR Demetris Robertson, a transfer who caught 50 passes for 767 yards and 7 TDs for Cal in 2016, will be able to play for Georgia this season after getting a waiver.
SEC Network's Marcus Spears discusses the leadership role of RB Trayveon Williams and the energy at Texas A&M heading into the season.
Michigan has an intriguing QB situation in 2018 with the addition of Shea Patterson and a defense ready to be the Big Ten's best.
Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair showed signs of extreme exhaustion, had difficulty standing upright while running sprints and had a temperature of 106 degrees before he died of heatstroke, multiple sources told ESPN.
Bulldogs head coach Joe Moorhead joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss QB Nick Fitzgerald's return from injury and the team's development on offense.