EASTON, Pa. -- Alec Finney converted a 42-yard field goal as time expired to give Sacred Heart a 26-24 victory against Lafayette on Saturday night.
Finney, a freshman, made his first-career field goal attempt to help the Pioneers (2-0) secure a road victory and spoil Lafayette's season opener.
Neither team led by more than a touchdown, both scored consistently and each generated more than 400 yards of total offense.
Chris Rogers handles shorter kicks for Sacred Heart and converted three second half field goals before Finney made the last-second attempt.
A 12-yard touchdown run by Ross Scheuerman gave Lafayette a 24-23 lead with just over two minutes left before the winning field goal.
Mark Richt says it's refreshing to return to Miami, where he played, and he's enjoying the progress of talented QB Brad Kaaya.
As new Illinois coach Lovie Smith shifts from the spread, no-huddle attack to a more pro-style approach, he will lean heavily on QB Wes Lunt.
It's Austin Allen's turn to lead the Razorbacks and he inherits a group of receivers that looks to be a strength in 2016.
Lowell Lotulelei is a big reason the Utes' defensive line is one of the best in the country.
Indiana guard Dan Feeney has allowed a total of one sack while starting every game over the past three seasons, anchoring a stout offensive line.
LSU announced Monday that Mike VI, the school's live tiger mascot, has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
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