CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Teddy Allen and the Charleston Southern ground game chewed up Edward Waters for 409 rushing yards on 59 carries Saturday in a 42-7 nonconference win.
Allen carried the ball 17 times for 115 yards and two scores. Four different Buccaneers (4-4) ran for at least 60 yards, including Malcolm Dixon, who had two touchdowns among his seven carries for 60 yards, and was also 5-of-6 passing for 115 yards and a score.
Charleston Southern outgained the Tigers (1-5) 524-192 and outrushed them by 253 yards. Edward Waters had eight first downs to the Buccaneers' 29, and passed for just 36 yards.
Dixon started the scoring with an 8-yard touchdown run, the first of 42 consecutive points for the Buccaneers as they trounced their National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics opponent.
Ray Dukes ran in Edward Waters' lone score -- a 4-yarder with 5:43 to play.
Florida quarterback Will Grier is ill and might not start against third-ranked Mississippi on Saturday, a source told the Associated Press on Friday.
The Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers have added decals to the backs of their helmets to honor the Umpqua Community College shooting victims.
After complaints from alumni, Penn State has reversed course on its plan to honor a war veteran Saturday with past ties to the charity of convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky.
Police say the case against two TCU football players accused of stealing a case of beer while attacking another student and his friends has been closed with no charges being filed.
Georgia receiver Isaiah McKenzie has apologized for his involvement in an incident that led to police being called to an Athens restaurant.
The over/under for the Texas Tech-Baylor game grew to as high as 90.5 points on Wednesday in Las Vegas, the highest college football total since at least 1990 -- and likely ever.