End of 4th Quarter
- Logan, UT 84341
Cedrick Wilson 19 Yd pass from Brett Rypien (Haden Hoggarth Kick)
5 plays, 75 yards, 2:00
Octavius Evans 12 Yd pass from Brett Rypien (Haden Hoggarth Kick)
9 plays, 78 yards, 3:55
Ron'quavion Tarver 2 Yd pass from Jordan Love (Dominik Eberle Kick)
8 plays, 51 yards, 3:57
Alexander Mattison 3 Yd pass from Montell Cozart (Haden Hoggarth Kick)
10 plays, 75 yards, 3:26
Jake Roh 22 Yd pass from Brett Rypien (Haden Hoggarth Kick)
9 plays, 79 yards, 3:07
Jake Roh 35 Yd pass from Montell Cozart (Haden Hoggarth Kick)
9 plays, 77 yards, 4:36
LaJuan Hunt 1 Yd Run (Dominik Eberle Kick)
9 plays, 75 yards, 2:43
Haden Hoggarth 27 Yd Field Goal
8 plays, 73 yards, 2:53
Haden Hoggarth 29 Yd Field Goal
10 plays, 67 yards, 6:18
Eastern Michigan gets 1st win, 53-42 over Western Michigan
— Preston Hutchinson was 19 of 30 for 315 yards and three touchdowns and Eastern Michigan earned its first victory of the season with a 53-42 win over Western Michigan on Saturday.
Watson throws 3 TDs, Troy blanks South Alabama 29-0
— Gunnar Watson threw for 297 yards and three touchdowns while wearing thick pads to protect fractured ribs and Troy blanked South Alabama 29-0 on Saturday to win the “Battle of the Belt” for an unprecedented third straight time.
Ohio State coach Ryan Day hopeful that 'worst part is behind us' after COVID-19 issues
Ohio State coach Ryan Day, who watched Saturday's game from his home after testing positive for COVID-19, praised his players and assistants for stepping up against Michigan State with four starters having been ruled out.
Dollard runs for 185 yards, Akron beats Bowling Green 31-3
— Teon Dollard ran for 185 yards and two touchdowns, and Akron rolled to 31-3 victory over Bowling Green on Saturday in a battle of winless Mid-American Conference teams.
Bradley leads Toledo past winless N. Illinois 41-24
— Sophomore quarterback Carter Bradley threw for 432 yards and three touchdowns and Toledo beat Northern Illinois 41-24 on Saturday.
Mizzou stuns Arkansas 50-48 with walk-off FG
— When Missouri coach Eli Drinkwitz saw his team fall behind Arkansas on the most improbable 2-point conversion imaginable, he turned to quarterback Connor Bazelak with a simple message.