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Hills hurt, Terps shut down by Penn State

While Perry Hills re-injured his shoulder, Maryland was too one-dimensional in the Terps 38-14 loss to Penn State on Saturday afternoon.

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Navy’s run-game stuffed, pass game doesn’t step up

Navy is a running team, so when Air Force figured out a way to shut that down, the passing game just didn’t have enough power to lead the Mids to a run.

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Tigers unable to finish close game against No. 6 Richmond

Towson led the No. 6 team in the country in the second half, but struggled to keep their offense going as a late touchdown put Richmond ahead for the 31-28 win.

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No. 22 Mustangs blank Cougars in rout, 48-0

Stevenson out-rushed Misericordia 342 to 57 on Saturday with Jainard Crawley-Lambert leading the way with 130 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.

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Terps blowout Purdue, 50-7 in B1G opener

Maryland rushed for over 400 yards against Purdue with Ty Johnson getting 206 of them on only seven carries as the unbeaten Terps dominated Purdue.

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Blue Jays blowout Juniata, 52-17

No. 8 Johns Hopkins scored on their first four possessions as they rolled past the Juniata Eagles, 52-17 to remain undefeated after five games.

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Williams has been the difference for Mustangs

Dan Williams set a school record with six TDs against FDU-Florham and it has been his big arm that has been the big difference for the nationally-ranked squad.

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Records fall as Mustangs route Devils, 54-15

Quarterback Dan Williams threw for six touchdown passes and wide receiver Devin Salisbury totaled 11 receptions as Stevenson blew out FDU-Florham.

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JHU holds of Muhlenberg in classic, 30-24

Jack Toner ended Muhlenberg’s last two drives with interceptions in the endzone to help the Blue Jays hold on for a 30-24 win in a battle of Centennial powers.

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Worth scores late to lift Mids past Tulane

Navy was caught in a conference battle against a team that also runs the triple-option, but proved to be the better squad with a 21-14 victory in New Orleans.

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