PINE BLUFF, Ark. -- Trent Mays threw for one touchdown and ran for another as Division II Central State won its first game of the season, spoiling the Arkansas-Pine Bluff homecoming, 40-35 Saturday.
Darius Meadors scored the first of his two 1-yard touchdown runs in the first quarter to give the Marauders a 7-0 advantage. Mays found Martell Clark with a 13-yard touchdown, then darted 27 yards to make it 20-7 early in second.
LeEar Patterson guided the Lions (2-5) into a 28-20 lead at the half, scoring on a 2-yard run, finding Paris Mack from 65-yards out and hitting Robert Sims with a 10-yard strike.
Meadors scored again to start the fourth quarter, cutting the UAPB lead to two points. Terraris Saffold added a pair of touchdown runs to cap long drives, the latter giving the Marauders (1-6) a 40-28 lead.
Patterson capped the scoring from a yard out with :19 left.
Heather Dinich looks at the work Auburn has to put in after falling to LSU in Week 3 if they want to make a playoff run.
Fresno State QB reaches and scores the rushing TD, his 3rd of the game.
Fresno State QB Marcus McMAryion sneaks in the end zone for a TD.
Breylin Smith threw for 329 yards and four touchdowns as Central Arkansas began defense of its Southland Conference title by rolling past Southeastern Louisiana 33-25 on Saturday night.
UCLA snapper Johnny Den Bleyker races down the field to recover a fumbled punt, leading to a touchdown run three plays later.
Utah DT Pita Tonga picks off Jake Browning and looks like he is going to return it to the house, but fumbles the ball out of bounds at the 11.
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