FCS Polls - Week 12 (Nov 13 - 19)
  • STATS Poll
  • 1. James Madison
  • 2. Jacksonville State
  • 3. Central Arkansas
  • 4. North Dakota State
  • 5. Sam Houston State
  • 6. South Dakota State
  • 7. Wofford
  • 8. North Carolina A&T
  • 9. Western Illinois
  • 10. Stony Brook
  • Coaches Poll
  • 1. James Madison
  • 2. Jacksonville State
  • 3. Central Arkansas
  • 4. Sam Houston State
  • 5. South Dakota State
  • 6. North Dakota State
  • 7. North Carolina A&T
  • 7. Wofford
  • 9. Weber State
  • 10. Western Illinois

Kiffin bringing FAU into national consciousness

Lane Kiffin sits down with Tom Rinaldi to discuss Florida Atlantic's success this season, his approach to Twitter and his relationship with Nick Saban.

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HuskerOnline.com

There is really nothing to like about this match-up for Nebraska. The Huskers have struggled against explosive offenses, and Penn State has one of the most explosive offensive units in the conference. NU hasn't run the ball well all season, and they haven't protected with any type of consistency, especially since Michael Decker's injury at center. The only thing that could keep this game interesting would be the weather making it difficult on both teams, and Penn State just quite frankly not being up for this game. Penn State 45, Nebraska 17 I’ve been covering Nebraska football since 2002, and I can probably remember maybe only a handful of times where I thought the Huskers had zero chance of

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Missouri wins fifth straight to become bowl eligible

Missouri didn't look like a bowl team back in mid-October, but none of it matters now. Drew Lock threw three touchdown passes and Missouri won its fifth straight game to become bowl eligible with its sixth victory, a 45-17 rout of Vanderbilt on Saturday night. The Tigers (6-5, 3-4 SEC) are the second team from the Southeastern Conference to become bowl eligible after a 1-5 start.

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Wolford, Wake Forest upset No. 25 NC State 30-24

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -- The lead was about to slip away from Wake Forest when Demetrius Kemp took the ball away from No. 25 North Carolina State. Kemp forced a fumble inches from the goal line in the final minutes and recovered it to preserve the Demon Deacons' 30-24 victory over N.C. State on Saturday night. John Wolford threw three touchdowns to Tabari Hines, including the go-ahead score from 18 yards out with 8:03 left.

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