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•Jim Terwilliger, East Stroudsburg, threw nine touchdown passes – one shy of the Division II record – in a 66-49 win over C.W. Post.

•Monquantae Gibson, Northeastern, ran for 198 yards and three scores in a 35-16 victory over Youngstown State.

•Kyle Whitehurst, Hampton, returned an interception 99 yards for a touchdown with 5:55 left in the fourth quarter to seal a 22-12 win over Howard.

Rude guests

Third-ranked Michigan had its 16-game home winning streak snapped with a 17-10 loss to No. 20 Notre Dame. … Marshall lost at home for just the eighth time since its stadium opened in 1991 after a 21-19 setback to Kansas State. … Miami of Ohio had a 10-game home winning streak end with a 38-37 loss to Central Michigan.

Road woes

Mississippi State has lost 13 straight road games and 18 consecutive SEC road contests after a 28-0 setback to Auburn. … Hawaii made its first trip to the Eastern time zone since 1975, but dropped its sixth straight road opener with a 42-14 loss at Michigan State.


Wisconsin’s 65-0 rout of Temple was the Badgers’ biggest margin of victory since an 85-0 shutout of Marquette in 1915 and their highest-scoring day since piling up 69 points against New Mexico State in 1962. … Connecticut scored the first eight times it had the ball and amassed 600 total yards in a 59-0 win over Division I-AA Liberty. Connecticut has won both its games by shutout (Liberty, Buffalo). … Buffalo has lost both its games by shutout (Syracuse, Connecticut).

On the offensive

Earlham and Manchester set an NCAA Division III record by combining for 131 points, two more than the previous mark set Oct. 25, 2003, when Coe beat Cornell 66-63. Justin Rummel threw two touchdown passes in the last three minutes as Earlham rallied to win 69-62. … Washington & Jefferson gained 778 yards, including 438 on the ground, during its 56-20 win over Hanover.

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