AMHERST, Mass. -- Bryce Carpenter threw for 104 yards and two scores and rushed for 102 yards, Fred Payton threw for 203 yards and a touchdown and Coastal Carolina pummeled Massachusetts 62-28 in a nonconference game on Saturday afternoon.
CJ Marable scored two touchdowns while rushing for 100 yards as the Chanticleers posted the most points since putting up 70 against Charleston Southern in 2010. Their 42 first-half points tied a school record as the Chanticleers led 42-14 going into the break.
Coastal Carolina (3-1) amassed 636 total yards while limiting the Minuteman to 306. The Chanticleer rushed for 302 yards and threw for 334.
Randall West threw for 108 yards and two TDs for winless UMass (0-4).
The Chanticleers, who opened the season with a 30-23 loss to Eastern Michigan, face Appalachian State next week.
Coach Luke Fickell was in Columbus in 2009, getting Ohio State ready for the bowl season, while Cincinnati was knocking off Pitt and wrapping up an undefeated regular season.
West Virginia-Oklahoma Preview
Quarterback Austin Kendall always wanted to lead his football team onto Oklahoma's Owen Field, seeking a win over a Big 12 Conference rival before another sellout crowd. He will, though he will be wearing a West Virginia jersey while doing so.
A year ago, Jacob Eason sat on his couch in Seattle and watched on television as a sea of yellow and green enveloped the field at Autzen Stadium after Oregon got the better of its northern neighbors.
Minnesota is back in the Top 25 for the first time in five years and it has a shot at staying there a while.
Michigan-Penn St. Preview
Sean Clifford looks forward to watching himself on tape more and more each week.
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