McCord and McCarney would score 1-yard and 10-yard rushing touchdowns in the second quarter, respectively, to cut the deficit, but Jake Peery's 43-yard field goal as time expired in the first half helped Lehigh take a 24-14 advantage into halftime. McCord finished with two touchdowns and 118 yards on 35 carries while McCarney finished with three touchdowns and 121 yards on 24 carries.
Colgate (7-3, 5-0) held the Mountain Hawks scoreless the entire second half.
McCarney and McCord took over in the fourth quarter. McCarney's 2-yard TD run gave Colgate the lead 28-24 with 9:14 left, and McCord's touchdown run of 8 yards with 1:19 remaining sealed the victory.
Oregon secondary coach John Neal claims to have a Tom Brady-like arm, which is good to test his DBs and help them better cover the deep pass.
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze joins NFL Insiders to explain the similarities and differences in former Ole Miss tackles Laremy Tunsil and Michael Oher.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer joins NFL Insiders to recount the differences in RB Ezekiel Elliott's and DE Joey Bosa's growth as players in college to where they are now.
Kevin Givens has impressed coaches and teammates with his move inside on the defensive line and his just being 'a physical freak.'
In his final Big Board, ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. has four Big 12 alums in his top 30.
John Franklin III is reminiscent of Nick Marshall, who powered a spectacular Auburn offense, but Sean White is the Tigers' best passer. Tough call.