STONY BROOK, N.Y. -- Lyle Negron threw for a touchdown and ran for another and the defense was dominating as Stony Brook throttled Albany 24-3 on Saturday.
The Seawolves (5-6, 3-5 Colonial Athletic Association) limited the Great Danes (1-11, 0-7) to just 239 yards, while piling up 456.
Malcolm Eugene caught seven passes for 150 yards, including a 91-yard touchdown in the opening minute of the second quarter that made it 21-0. That played tied the school record for longest reception since the Seawolves moved to Division I. James Kenner helped control the clock, rushing 35 times for 151 yards. The difference in time of possession was 13 minutes.
Negron, who completed 15 of 26 passes for 262 yards, and Tyler Fredericks both had a short touchdown runs in the first quarter.
Mississippi's football program has been cited for 13 of the 28 NCAA rules infractions included in the notice of allegations that the Rebels received in January.
ESPN Big Ten reporter Brian Bennett discusses why the SEC is upset about Michigan's spring break trip and what the NCAA might do about it.
Stanford and Notre Dame split their last two meetings in dramatic contests, and their 2016 matchup will be highly anticipated.
A lawsuit alleges that the University of Tennessee has violated Title IX policies and created a "hostile sexual environment" through indifference toward sexual assaults by student-athletes.
Ian O'Connor, senior writer at ESPN.com, joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss Roger Goodell's response to safety concerns in the NFL.
Stanford defensive line coach Randy Hart is retiring after 46 years as a college coach.
|William & Mary||6-2||9-4|