BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Andy Summerlin threw for a touchdown and passed for the two-point conversion to tie the game at 17-all as time expired in regulation, then hit Kelsey Pope on a 12-yard scoring pass in the second overtime to lead Samford to a 24-17 victory over Wofford on Saturday.
Both teams missed field goals in the first overtime, and Wofford fumbled the ball away in the second OT.
Samford came back from a 17-9 fourth-quarter deficit. Summerlin was 29-of-35 passing with two touchdowns, and Fabian Truss rushed for 120 yards.
Cameron Yaw kicked three field goals for the Bulldogs.
Eric Breitenstein rushed for 168 yards and a touchdown for the Terriers (7-2, 5-2).
Trevor Matich examines what went wrong on offense in Ohio State's loss to Michigan State and what the Buckeyes need to do to execute against Michigan.
Oklahoma running back Samaje Perine is the winner of the Capital One Cup Impact Performance of the Week.
Texas A&M offensive coordinator Jake Spavital breaks down film of key offensive plays from Texas A&M vs. Vanderbilt.
The Florida State University official once in charge of the office that counsels campus rape victims told lawyers suing the school that football players receive special treatment, and that most o
Amid mass speculation, Les Miles said he has "no idea" where he stands as LSU's coach and hasn't spoken to athletic director Joe Alleva, but he expects to at their annual postseason meeting.
Welcome to the Thanksgiving edition of the Pac-12 mailbag, which includes playoff talk and analysis of Rich Rodriguez's future.