NEWARK, Del. -- Backed by 310 passing yards and three scores from debuting sophomore quarterback Trent Hurley, Delaware topped West Chester, 41-21, in the rivalry's 54th and final meeting. The game was the first this year for each team.
Hurley, a transfer from Bowling Green making his first start, was 24-of-35 passing, including a pair of first-half touchdowns. Junior Andrew Pierce ran 22 times for 90 yards, and became the fourth Blue Hen to surpass 3,000 yards rushing for a career. He's the first to do so as a junior.
West Chester running back Rondell White ran for 220 yards on 28 carries in the loss.
The schools will discontinue the rivalry, which began in 1941, to face more opponents in their respective divisions. Delaware finishes with a 47-6-2 advantage.
Spurs legend David Robinson joins Mike and Mike to discuss his son Corey, a wide receiver for Notre Dame, who just got elected the student-body president for the university.
The Rebels beefed up their offensive line on signing day, landing the nation's No. 1 tackle in Gregory Little.
More Big Ten recruits came from Ohio and Florida than any other state in 2016, and a large majority came from the eastern schools' areas.
A peak at how Washington State coach Mike Leach keeps his players out of trouble at night.
Corey Robinson, who has caught 65 passes for 896 yards and seven TDs during his Notre Dame career, was elected as the student body president.
Will Jim Harbaugh roll Toomer's Corner when he brings Michigan down South for spring break? And might Bret Bielema go WWE with the SEC response?
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