Thomas Williams rushed for 118 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries to lead Morehouse to a 28-26 over Edward Waters in the Maroon Tigers’ home opener.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — L.J. Stegall scored three touchdowns as Reinhardt upset Faulkner, ranked 23rd in the NAIA, 28-24 on Saturday night.
His 5-yard catch from Ryan Thompson gave Reinhardt, a first-year program, the lead.
Stegall (Jeff Davis) also scored on a 95-yard kickoff return and a 61-yard pass for the Eagles (2-2, 1-0 Mid-South Conference), who have won two consecutive games.
Niagel Curtis (Gordon Central) also scored on a 55 yard run and Alvarez Thomas (Monticello) and Juice Arnold picked off passes for Reinhardt.
Tevin McCoy (Carrollton) had nine tackles and a pair of sacks, and Blake Barnes (Whitewater) had seven tackles and a sack.
Fort Valley State 12, Clark Atlanta 9, 2 OT
ATLANTA — Fort Valley State quarterback Eugene Smith scored on a 1-yard run on fourth down in the second overtime for a 12-9 victory over the host Panthers on Saturday.
Clark (0-3, 0-2 in the SIAC) appeared poised to give first-year coach Kevin Weston his first career victory when Austin Casillas
Bo Pelini had a bad day.
OK, a downright wretched one.
If you missed it on Monday, Pelini, who has coached Nebraska since 2008, first criticized former Cornhuskers QB Tommie Frazier, who had ripped into the current coaching staff.
Deadspin then posted audio of Pelini blasting Nebraska fans in a F-bomb laden tirade after a win over Ohio State in 2011.
I’m not linking to it, so listen at your own risk. It’s NSFW or NSFLE (little ears).
Of course, all of this came after Nebraska looked befuddled in the second half of a 41-21 home loss to UCLA.
As has become the norm in these situations, Pelini apologized Monday night.
“I want to sincerely apologize for my comments from two years ago which became public today. I take full responsibility for these comments. They were spoken in a private room following the Ohio State game. I was venting following a series of emotional events, which led to