TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Mike Perish catapulted Indiana State into its first win of the season with four touchdown passes and one rushing in the 70-7 victory against Quincy Saturday.
Perish was 23 of 26 for a career-high 379 yards passing before leaving the field five minutes into the third quarter after setting up a 49-0 cushion for the Sycamores (1-2).
Robert Tonyan Jr. replaced Perish and threw for 54 yards to give Indiana State the final numbers needed to set a school record of 433 total yards passing.
Nick Lonergan struggled with Quincy's offense, completing just 12 of 26 passes for 107 yards and one interception.
The Hawks (0-2) relied heavily on Jared King's 19 carries for 75 yards rushing. King picked up Quincy's only touchdown with two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.
Indiana State's 70-point game marks the most points the Sycamores have scored in Memorial Stadium.
On Sunday morning, athletic director Greg McGarity met with Mark Richt for more than an hour and told him he wouldn't be returning as Georgia's coach next season.
Danny Kanell shares his thoughts on USC hiring Clay Helton as its head football coach and the importance of stability and consistency for the Trojans.
Joe Schad reacts to the news that USC has hired Clay Helton as its coach, removing the interim tag after he went 5-2.
Baker Mayfield and the Sooners have a Big 12 title in tow and almost certainly a spot in the College Football Playoff, but they want more.
The Crimson Tide haven't employed their usual formula, but they've still made it back to the SEC championship game.
Michigan State sent a PSA to prospects apologizing for not being able to visit during the upcoming contact period for the Big Ten championship game.
|William Jewell College||4-4||4-7|
|St. Joseph's (IN)||3-5||4-6|
|North Dakota State||7-1||9-2|
|South Dakota State||5-3||8-4|