Ohio (8-1, 4-1 Mid-American Conference) rolled to 304 yards rushing and 559 overall in its first game since a 23-20 loss at rival Miami of Ohio last Saturday knocked the then-No. 23 Bobcats out of The Associated Press Top 25. Ohio drove to the RedHawks 7 with 9 seconds left in that one, but Tettleton was sacked and the clock ran out.
This time, the Bobcats pulled away for an easy win.
Tettleton threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Donte Foster with 11 seconds left in the second quarter, and Ohio carried the momentum into the second half. Tettleton found Foster again for a 79-yard TD in the third and Boykin's 13-yard run extended the lead to 38-14 with 5:40 left in the game.
Bronson Hill had 111 yards rushing on 25 carries for Eastern Michigan (1-8, 0-5), which has managed just 17 points since its 48-38 victory over Army on Oct. 20. Ryan Brumfield had a 3-yard touchdown run and a 17-yard reception for another score -- both in the first half.
After losing a bet on the outcome of the Super Bowl, former Trojans linebacker Su'a Cravens will have some unfortunate decoration in his room.
Arkansas loaded up on D-line prospects with four of their nine highest-rated recruits coming there, but not adding any CBs was a bit of head-scratcher.
The Blue Devils signed four ESPN 300 recruits and finished 28th in the recruiting rankings.
Several Big Ten schools have made changes to their coaching staffs, and some of the new additions are very intriguing.
The Trojans continue to recruit the state of Florida like it is an extension of California.
With work on the recruiting trail for 2016 complete, let's take a look at how well Indiana addressed its needs.