JONESBORO, Ark. -- Michael Gordon, Terrance Hollingsworth and Johnston White each ran for touchdowns Saturday to help Arkansas State notch a 37-10 season-opening win over Montana State for new head coach Blake Anderson.
Fredi Knighten broke it open late in the third quarter with a 23-yard pass to Dario Griswold to make it 23-10, then Hollingsworth and White each scored on short runs. Knighten was 19 for 29 for 219 yards passing and ran for 104 yards on 15 carries.
The Red Wolves' defense stepped up after Anthony Knight tied it at 7 and held the Bobcats to three-and-outs for the remainder. Arkansas State gained 558 total yards to 228 for MSU.
Luke Ferguson kicked field goals of 29, 23 and 41 yards for Arkansas State.
Thanks to an All-Big 12 center, a tremendous track record and an outstanding recruiting class, Baylor gets the nod as the conference's top O-line.
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ESPN Pac-12 reporter Chantel Jennings discusses Pat Haden's hospitalization and the USC AD's decision to retire.
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While Washington returns a strong core on offense and a talented secondary, questions surround who will step up among the Huskies' pass-catchers.