YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Jody Webb rushed for three touchdowns and Youngstown State rolled up a school-record 718 yards in total offense to rout Morehead State 67-13 Saturday.
Youngstown State (2-0), which erased the previous best of 657 against Valparaiso in 2011, had the first six scores of the game, including three first-quarter touchdown passes by Kurt Hess. Hess completed 16 of 19 passes for 282 yards and six different players scored touchdowns for the Penguins.
Morehead State's Rees Macshara, who became the Eagles' first 1,000-yard rusher since 2000 last season, was held to 37 yards on 14 carries. The Eagles (0-2) were held to just 291 yards in total offense.
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz sits down with Jeannine Edwards to discuss his team's undefeated season and matchup with Michigan State in the Big Ten title game.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says the top-ranked Clemson Tigers deserve a celebration for their accomplishments, whether they win or lose the ACC championship game.
USC didn't give itself time to interview other coaches, but by beating Jim Mora and UCLA, Clay Helton has given the Trojans a chance to win the Pac-12.
Former Clemson QB Tajh Boyd speaks to Marty Smith about the success of the program, the play of QB Deshaun Watson and working hard to reach his goals.
Clemson QB Deshaun Watson talks with Marty Smith about the opportunity to be in the Heisman conversation and how he's grown as a leader this season.
Linebackers Reggie Ragland (Alabama) and Antonio Morrison (Florida) lead defenses that have dominated SEC foes in the trenches this season.
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