DAYTON, Ohio -- Taylor Harris returned from a knee injury to rush for 107 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries as Dayton toppled Robert Morris 20-14 Saturday.
Harris, who suffered the knee injury in the first half of the Flyer's (1-2) season opener, was the anchor of a Dayton ground game that carried the bulk of the load offensively. Dayton passed for just 75 yards in the win, but ran for 172.
The Flyers jumped to a 14-0 halftime lead. Robert Morris (0-3) cut the lead to 14-7 early in the third quarter, but got no closer.
The win marked the 400th straight game that Dayton had not been shut out, the longest current stretch in the NCAA. The team's last shutout was a 9-0 loss to Marshall on Oct. 16, 1976.
For the Colonials, Donte Jeter caught four passes for 113 yards and a touchdown.
Linebacker Myles Jack, who suffered a season-ending knee injury, said Thursday he decided to leave UCLA and enter the 2016 NFL draft because he wants to be compensated for his skills.
The tougher tests await down the road for No. 3 Baylor Bears, but coach Art Briles has seen enough of his Bears to know this is his best team.
A decision has been made that Randy Edsall will not be the football coach at Maryland next season, and discussions are taking place about how and when to separate, a source said Thursday night.
Florida State running back Mario Pender has been released from the hospital but could be given a medical redshirt if he cannot return to the field this season.
Tennessee chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek has issued a statement amid rumors that alleges coach Butch Jones fought and punched senior offensive lineman Mack Crowder during a fall practice session.
With the addition of a few tweaks, UConn football coach Bob Diaco is still planning to bring a rivalry trophy with him to Florida on Saturday when the Huskies play UCF.