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Nation: Bowling Green remains unbeaten

©Associated Press
November 3, 2002

KENT, Ohio -- Joe Alls rushed for a career-high 179 yards and two TDs as Bowling Green remained unbeaten with a 45-14 win over Kent State on Saturday.

The Falcons extended their winning streak to 11, scoring 24 off four turnovers by Kent State. Josh Harris completed 18-of-24 for 201 yards, two TDs.

Bowling Green entered leading the nation in scoring at 47.7 points, the only team in Division I-A to average more than 240 yards both rushing and passing. The Falcons ran for 272 and passed for 214.

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AKRON 34, MARSHALL 20: Charlie Frye threw for one TD and ran for another for the visiting Zips. Marshall fumbled nine times, losing five, and Byron Leftwich and Stan Hill each threw an interception.

ARK. ST. 38, S. UTAH 16: Danny Smith carried 23 times for 150 yards and two TDs for the host.

NEVADA 24, SMU 6: Zack Threadgill threw for 270 yards, two TDs for the visiting Wolf Pack. Nate Burleson, who leads the nation in receptions per game, had 13 for 129 yards and a TD.

BYU 34, SAN DIEGO ST. 10: Matt Berry threw for 280 yards and three touchdowns as the host Cougars rebounded from their worst scoring drought in 31 years with 403 yards. BYU led the nation in scoring last season but had just 22 points in three straight losses.

RICE 33, TULSA 18: Backup quarterback Greg Henderson ran for 141 yards and two TDs in his first career start, and Robbie Beck ran for 150 yards and a TD for the visiting Owls.

MIAMI (OHIO) 38, OHIO 20: Luke Clemens rushed for 97 yards and two TDs for the host RedHawks.

Division I-AA

COLGATE 31, LAFAYETTE 24: Luke Graham caught 12 passes for 206 yards and two TDs for the host. Graham became the third Raider to record more than 200 yards receiving, first since 1998.

GEORGETOWN 24, MARIST 17: David Paulus completed 10-of-23 for 201 yards, two TDs for the host.

DUQUESNE 59, IONA 10: Niel Loebig threw five TDs, including four in a 39-point second for the host.

YALE 35, COLUMBIA 7: Sophomore quarterback Jeff Mroz completed 20-of-26 for 306 yards and four TDs for the host.

HOWARD 21, NORFOLK ST. 0: Jay Colbert had 155 yards rushing and one TD for the host.

HARVARD 31, DARTMOUTH 26: Neil Rose threw three TDs for the visiting Crimson.

DAYTON 42, CANISIUS 6: Sean Borchers rushed for 123 yards and two TDs for the host.

LEHIGH 26, FORDHAM 23 (OT): Matt Douglas' 46-yard field goal, fourth of the game, lifted the visiting Mountain Hawks.

UMASS 17, DELAWARE 7: Mark Kimener returned an interception 18 yards for a TD as the host Blue Hens won their fifth straight.

MOREHEAD ST. 24, TIFFIN 13: David White scored two rushing TDs and quarterback David Caudill threw for 257 yards and a TD for the host.

ALBANY 32, ROBERT MORRIS 7: Jon George and Gary Jones each rushed for more than 100 yards, two TDs for visiting Great Danes.

SIENA 20, ST. JOHN'S (N.Y.) 19: Christian Karolus threw 126 yards and a TD for the host.

PENN 31, BROWN 7: Mike Mitchell completed 28-of-34 for 334 yards and three TDs for the host.

AUSTIN PEAY 45, ST. JOSEPH'S 0: Jay Bailey rushed for 191 yards, two TDs for visiting Governors.

ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 23, LA SALLE 16: Ryan Williams scored the winning TD and the visiting Red Flash broke a 30-game losing streak.

E. WASH. 38, WEBER ST. 20: Jovan Griffith rushed for 163 yards and three TDs, becoming visiting Eastern Washington's second all-time leading rusher with 3,067 yards.

FAIRFIELD 27, ST. PETER'S 13: Andrew Turf caught a pair of touchdowns and linebacker Mark Baumer ran 53 yards for the host.

G-WEBB 24, TENN-MARTIN 0: Host Gardner-Webb overcame four turnovers and had 478 yards.

INDIANA ST. 21, N. IOWA 19: Jake Shields rushed for 136 yards and two fourth-quarter TDs for host.

N'EASTERN 24, RICHMOND 21: Miro Kesic kicked an Atlantic 10 record 57-yard field goal with .04 left to lift the visiting Huskies. The kick topped the 56-yarder by Connecticut's Jim McManus in 1998.

GA. SOUTHERN 40, ETSU: Quarterback Chaz Williams ran for 142 yards and two TDs for the host.

BUTLER 52, VALPO 22: Dale Jennings finished with 234 yards and rushed for two TDs for the visiting Bulldogs.

VILLANOVA 41, W&M 20: Brett Gordon passed for 256 yards and four touchdowns for the host.

MONTANA 38, N. ARIZ. 24: John Edwards passed for 193 yards and a TD and the host Grizzlies won their 23rd straight.

W. CAROLINA 35, VMI 23: Pat Cilento and Brian Gaither threw for two touchdowns each for the visiting Catamounts.

WOFFORD 27, CITADEL 14: Jesse McCoy rushed for 184 yards on 20 carries and Melvin Jones had three short TD runs to lead host's 459 yards rushing.

PRINCETON 32, CORNELL 25 (OT): Matt Verbit threw an 11-yard TD to lift the visiting Tigers.

SAN DIEGO 51, DRAKE 46: Eric Rasmussen threw two fourth-quarter TDs to Adam Hannula to rally the visiting Toreros.

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