Dy'Shawn Mobley ran for 183 yards and three touchdowns to lead Eastern Kentucky to a 49-24 win at Tennessee-Martin on Saturday.
Mobley, a transfer from the University of Kentucky, tied the game at 7-all with a 68-yard run in the first quarter and gave the Colonels the lead for good with a 14-yard carry less than two minutes later.
Mobley capped off the scoring with a 75-yard run late in the fourth quarter.
EKU quarterback Bennie Coney was 10-for-17 for 186 yards and threw two TD passes with one interception.
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Former Breathitt County star Channing Fugate, a Vanderbilt transfer, caught a 5-yard TD pass from Coney.
Morehead St 40, Davidson 32: Austin Gahafer threw for 276 yards and one touchdown and ran for 75 yards and another score as Morehead State beat Davidson 40-32 in the Pioneer League opener for both schools on Saturday in Davidson, N.C.
Justin Cornwall returned a Davidson (1-3) punt 58 yards to the 22 and Gahafer scored on an 8-yard run four plays later, giving Morehead State a 34-25 lead with under 8 minutes to play.
The Davidson offense then went 3-and-out and Morehead State (2-2) capitalized with a 5-yard touchdown run by Brandon Bornhauser, which was set up by a 46-yard scamper by Gahafer that made it 40-25 with just over 3 minutes remaining. Luke Boyd missed the extra point.
Rees Macshara rushed for 129 yards on 27 carries for Morehead State. Gahafer completed 24 of 41 passes to 12 different receivers.
Davidson's J.P. Douglas passed for 282 yards and a touchdown. John Cook added 56 yards rushing and 2 scores.
Georgetown 63, Lindenwood-Belleville: DeMonte Smith rushed for three TDs as the Tigers, the No. 8 team in NAIA, improved to 2-0.
Georgetown held the Lynx (0-3) to 116 offensive yards while gaining 521 on the day. Through two games, the Tigers' offense is averaging 506.5 yards while the defense is giving up just 174.5 to its opponents.
Lindsey Wilson 44, Pikeville 14: Branden Cresap (Collins) led the Blue Raiders (3-1, 10 Mid-South Conference) to scoring drives on six consecutive possessions in the rout of the host Bears (1-3, 1-1).
Cresap went 23-for-31 for 271 yards and an interception. He rushed for seven yards.
Chaz Barnes reeled in four catches for 104 yards for Lindsey Wilson.
The Blue Raiders, ranked 19th in the latest NAIA poll, are averaging 49.5 points a game.
Seth Millar had 93 yards and a TD for Pikeville.
Virginia St. 16, Kentucky St. 13: Jaivon Smallwood had a career-high 117 yards and a TD on eight catches, Trey Johnson had 81 yards and a TD and the Trojans (1-2) defeated the host Thorobreds (1-2) to earn their first win of the season.
KSU senior running back Justin Williams finished with 167 total yards, rushing for 92 on five carries and catching nine passes for 75 yards.
Thomas More 66, Thiel 27: The Saints (2-1, 1-0 Presidents' Athletic Conference) scored 45 unanswered second-half points after trailing 27-21 at halftime.
Senior running back Domonique Hayden (LCA) had 154 yards and five TDs for Thomas More, the 22nd-ranked team in NCAA Division III.
Campbellsville 44, Bethel 3: Jacob Russell (Anderson County) threw for 181 yards and three TDs as the Tigers (2-1, 1-1 MSC) prevented the Wildcats from scoring a TD for the second straight season.
Ky. Wesleyan 49, Trinity Bible 7: Keelan Cole (Central) had 133 receiving yards and two TDs for the Panthers (1-2).