BLACKSBURG, Va. -- Sean Glennon threw for a touchdown and Macho Harris returned an interception for another as Virginia Tech defeated Duke 14-3 on Saturday.
The win keeps the Hokies (7-4, 4-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) in the running for the Coastal Division title, which they will clinch if they beat Virginia next week.
Glennon's pass to Jarrett Boykin with 38 seconds left before halftime was the first touchdown catch by one of the Hokies' wide receivers this year.
Harris intercepted two passes by Duke's Zack Asack, returning the second one 23 yards for the Hokies' second score with 1:23 remaining in the game.
Nick Maggio had a 39-yard field goal for the Blue Devils (4-7, 1-6) to open the scoring early in the second quarter.
Virginia Tech had 334 yards of offense to 136 for the Blue Devils. Boykin had 67 yards receiving.
Asack, starting in place of the injured Thaddeus Lewis, had only 20 yards passing and was intercepted four times. The Blue Devils were held to six first downs.
Glennon was 12-for-20 for 132 yards and was sacked three times.
The Hokies were plagued by turnovers in the first half. Glennon came into the game midway through the second quarter after starter Tyrod Taylor had two passes intercepted and two fumbles recovered by Duke. Glennon had one pass intercepted in the half.
Leonard Fournette highlighted his SEC-record third straight 200-yard game with a 75-yard touchdown run, and No. 9 LSU overcame Eastern Michigan 44-22 on Saturday night.
Mike Bercovici passed for 273 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score, and Arizona State got its season back on track with a 38-23 victory over No. 7 UCLA on Saturday night.
Florida State running back Dalvin Cook exited in the first quarter of the Seminoles' 24-16 win over Wake Forest with a left hamstring injury. He is day-to-day.
As if things weren't going bad enough at Texas, the Longhorns appear to have players on Twitter during lopsided losses and jabs at their coach accidentally being sent from other nearby teams.
Tulane long-snapper Aaron Golub became the first legally blind person to play in a Division I football game Saturday, according to the school.
Trevone Boykin threw five touchdown passes, including four to freshman KaVontae Turpin, and No. 4 TCU rode a 30-point first quarter to a 50-7 rout of Texas on Saturday.