SAN JOSE, Calif. -- De'Leon Eskridge was a workhorse for the Spartans on Saturday, recording 25 carries for a career-high 134 yards, scoring his only touchdown of the afternoon on a 32-yard run with 5:23 remaining to put San Jose State up for good in a 31-20 win over Texas State.
San Jose State (6-2, 2-1 WAC) was up 24-20 before Eskridge gave them some breathing room over a pesky Texas State (3-4, 1-1) squad. Spartans quarterback David Fales was 26 of 38 for 376 and two touchdowns. The 571 total yards for the Spartans offense was a season high.
Texas State led 20-17 heading into halftime before Fales found David Freeman on a 78-yard touchdown strike on their second possession of the third quarter to put San Jose State up 24-20.
Bobcats running back Shaun Rutherford carried the ball 14 times for 70 yards including a 45-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.
Crimson Tide defensive line coach Bo Davis is leaving the school amid NCAA and school inquiries over potential recruiting violations, The Tuscaloosa News has reported.
SEC Network's Paul Finebaum discusses the Big 10's celebration after the satellite camp ban was lifted but the SEC is still dominant.
Nick Saban does a live interview with SportsCenter prior to the NFL draft in his car. He discusses the Alabama players in the draft tonight and how he will spend his time at the draft
On The Paul Finebaum Show, Marcus Spears ranks the top NFL prospects from the SEC.
Former Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott wears a cut off shirt on the red carpet, reminiscent of the way he wore his jersey with the Buckeyes in the 2014 season.
ESPN college football analyst Brock Huard joins the Paul Finebaum Show to discuss Alabama's Derrick Henry and Ryan Kelly in the NFL draft.