MUNCIE, Ind. -- Riley Neal threw for 238 yards and three touchdowns to help lead Ball State to a 28-13 win over Tennessee Tech on Saturday.
Neal threw for 180 yards on 17-of-23 passing and 3 TDs in first half. His final pass of the half was a 17-yard scoring strike to Gilbert with nine seconds left. Gilbert rushed eight times for 75 yards in first half.
Ball State was nursing a 21-13 lead with 2:21 left in the third quarter when Malik Dunner broke down the sideline for a 66-yard touchdown run to give the Cardinals a 28-13 lead.
Ball State has won two straight after opening the season with a 24-21 loss to Illinois.
Andre Sale threw for 239 yards to lead Tech (0-3).
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The booming fireworks that have rocked Beaver Stadium before each of the last few primetime games will be more fitting than usual on Saturday when two of the country's most explosive teams meet.
Clemson will put its unblemished record and No. 3 ranking on the line Saturday when the Tigers play host to perhaps the Atlantic Coast Conference's most surprising unbeaten team: Syracuse.
Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant did not attend practice Tuesday. It's his second missed practice, as coach Dabo Swinney excused him from Monday's practice to process his demotion from starter to backup.
There's no shortage of familiarity between the staffs of Tennessee and No. 2 Georgia.
SEC Now's D.J. Shockley lists three things that have caught his attention four weeks into the college football season.
The SEC Now crew breaks down the advantages Florida will have when facing Mississippi State due to Dan Mullen's familiarity with the team.
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