DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Quentin Williams rushed for 111 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 128 yards and another score as Bethune-Cookman pulled away from North Carolina A&T 28-12 Saturday.
With the Wildcats (4-2, 3-0 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) holding a 14-12 lead early in the third quarter, Isidore Jackson's fumble gave the Aggies (2-3, 0-2) the ball on the Bethune-Cookman 4.
But the Wildcats held firm, allowing just 2 yards, and blocked Zach Cimaglia's 19-yard field goal attempt.
Williams -- who was 1-of-6 for 9 yards in the first half -- then threw a 6-yard scoring pass to Rodney Scott.
Mike Mayhew, North Carolina A&T's all-time leading rusher, gained only 35 yards on 13 carries.
Lightning delayed the game 1 hour and 46 minutes.
Miami has lost running back Gus Edwards for the entire season because of a left foot injury.
Virginia Tech will wear a decal on its helmets against No. 1 Ohio State on Monday night to honor slain Roanoke television journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward.
South Carolina football players will wear stickers on their helmets this season to honor the nine people who died in a shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston this past June.
Washington has found its starting quarterback, but coach Chris Petersen said the Huskies will keep that information under wraps until Friday's season opener at No. 23 Boise State.
Joey Counts scored on a 1-yard run on fourth-and-goal with 2 seconds left to give Montana a 38-35 victory over four-time defending FCS champion North Dakota State on Saturday.
Transfer Vernon Adams will be the starting quarterback when Oregon begins its season against Eastern Washington on Sept. 5.