ALBANY, N.Y. -- Drew Smith ran for three touchdowns and Albany (N.Y.) routed Central Connecticut State 63-34 Saturday to win a share of its sixth straight Northeast Conference title.
However, the Great Danes (9-2, 7-1), who scored 42 unanswered points, missed out on the league's postseason berth. Wagner, which beat Duquesne 23-17 on Saturday, will advance based on its 30-0 win over Albany on Nov. 3.
Corey Connell's 42-yard fumble return made it 42-0 with 2:05 left in the first half.
The Blue Devils (2-8, 2-5) got on the scoreboard 4 seconds before the break on Andrew Clements' 1-yard run.
Trailing 63-14 late in the third, Clements passed for two touchdowns and Chuck Watson had a 70-yard interception return for a score in the fourth.
Matt Campbell becomes the youngest coach in the Big 12, named Iowa State's head coach on his 35th birthday.
A series of missteps both on and off the field led to the deserved firings of Rutgers coach Kyle Flood and athletic director Julie Hermann.
With just one final week left in the season, the playoff field is getting smaller and smaller. Cary Chow breaks down who's still in, and who got eliminated this week.
Despite being offered a pay raise by Toledo, Matt Campbell has agreed to become Iowa State's next coach.
Presidential candidate Marco Rubio, a Gators fan, was asked for his thoughts following the Seminoles' 27-2 rout of Florida this weeknd.
After big rivalry wins, both Oklahoma and Stanford make big moves in the latest AP Poll. Heather Dinich reacts to that and other moves in the week 14 AP Poll.
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