KALAMAZOO, Mich. -- Jordan Lynch threw four touchdown passes and ran for two more Saturday, leading Northern Illinois to a 48-34 victory over Western Michigan.
Lynch was 18 for 28 for 274 yards and no interceptions, and carried 21 times for 136 yards for the Huskies (8-1, 5-0 Mid-American), who have won eight in a row since losing to Iowa. Lynch threw two touchdown passes each to Tommylee Lewis and Da'Ron Brown. Martel Moore had 120 receiving yards for Northern Illinois.
The Broncos (3-6, 1-4) led 21-17 at halftime behind a pair of touchdown passes from Tyler Van Tubbergen to Eric Monette. Van Tubbergen, who finished with 333 passing yards, later ran for a touchdown, and Monette finished with 142 yards.
NIU got a 54-yard field goal from Mathew Sims on the last play of the first half, then scored four TDs while blanking Western Michigan until midway through the fourth quarter.
After LB Jaylon Smith's injury in the Fiesta Bowl, the only Buckeye to visit him on the field was RB Ezekiel Elliott. On draft day, Elliott joined Smith to welcome him to the Dallas Cowboys.
Ten years ago the Auburn Tigers had it rolling under Tommy Tuberville, who was in the midst of winning a handful of SEC West titles.
Here's the latest from the recruiting trail in the Big 12.
Definitely not inspired by any popular TV shows, we looked up the best moments a team came back from the dead.
LSU has picked up a commitment from the nation's top-rated dual-threat quarterback.
Four Auburn football players, including star CB Carlton Davis III and highly touted defensive lineman Byron Cowart, were arrested Saturday on misdemeanor marijuana charges.