Florida State routs Murray State 69-3

A lone Jordan Benton 28-yard field goal in the second quarter was the only bright spot on the scoreboard for Murray State, trounced 69-3 in Tallahassee during the program's first meeting with Florida State.

The Seminoles outgained the Racers 606 yards to 156 and did so with a balanced attack, gaining 321 through the air and 285 on the ground.

James Wilder went for two touchdowns and 106 yards on 12 rushes. Lonnie Pryor added three more touchdowns on only five carries.

Murray State cornerback Josh Manning recorded an interception on an E.J. Manuel pass with 1:51 left in the first quarter, but the Racers were unable to turn it into points.

Former Clark Co. standout Pokey Harris led the Racers in rushing with 27 yards.

St. John Fisher 13, Thomas More 7 (OT): A Cody Miller 2-yard run won the game for the host Cardinals in overtime. They capitalized after the Saints failed to score on their opening possession in the extra period.

Thomas More sophomores Devin Kendrick and Luke Magness linked up for a 6-yard touchdown to tie the score at 7 with 10:18 left in the second quarter, answering a 9-yard TD catch by Tyler Stell in the first quarter.

Saints linebacker Nick Pennekamp, a freshman, led all players with 13 tackles.

Pikeville 14, Campbellsville 7: Bears wide receiver Shawntez Johnson and quarterback Trevor Hoskins connected on a 24-yard TD pass to break a 7-7 tie in the second quarter. That turned out to be the final scoring play the 1,200 in attendance witnessed during the evening. Johnson caught three passes for 76 yards in the game. Hoskins went 10-for-25 for 124 yards.

Lindsey Wilson 36, Union 21: Blue Raiders quarterback Brandon Cresap scored a 1-yard touchdown that helped his team pull away for the victory at home. Cresap, a sophomore who starred at Collins, completed 13 of 29 passes for 142 yards and another touchdown. Union's Mike Brinkley threw three TD passes.

Cumberlands 21, Belhaven 10: Cumberlands running back Terrance Cobb had two rushing touchdowns, running for 90 yards on 14 carries. Willie Gibson recorded three catches for 105 yards for the Patriots, including a 65-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Belhaven quarterback Alex Williams threw for 210 yards, one touchdown and one interception on 14-for-27 passing.

Centre 42, Bethany 21: Centre QB Heath Haden threw two TD passes and ran for 151 yards and another score in a road victory. Monte Scotton added three TDs and 85 yards rushing.