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College Football: Standings, schedule, scores, Oct. 17

Standings

Atlantic Coast Conference
Atlantic Overall ACC
Florida State 6-0 4-0
Clemson 6-0 3-0
Syracuse 3-3 1-1
Louisville 2-4 1-2
Wake Forest 3-4 1-3
NC State 4-2 0-2
Boston College 3-4 0-4
Coastal Overall ACC
Duke 5-1 2-0
Pittsburgh 5-1 3-0
North Carolina 5-1 2-0
Miami 4-2 1-1
Virginia 2-4 1-1
Virginia Tech 3-4 1-2
Georgia Tech 2-5 0-4
Saturday’s scores
Clemson 34, Boston College 17
Florida State 41, Louisville 21
Pittsburgh 31, Georgia Tech 28
Miami 30, Virginia Tech 20
Virginia 44, Syracuse 38 (3OT)
North Carolina 50, Wake Forest 14
Saturday, Oct. 24
Florida State at Georgia Tech
Clemson at Miami
NC State at Wake Forest
Pitt at Syracuse
Boston College at Louisville
Duke at Virginia Tech
Virginia at North Carolina

Southeastern Conference
East Overall SEC
Florida 6-1 4-1
Georgia 5-2 3-2
Kentucky 4-2 2-2
Tennessee 3-3 1-2
Missouri 4-3 1-3
South Carolina 3-4 1-4
Vanderbilt 2-4 0-3
West Overall SEC
LSU 6-0 4-0
Alabama 6-1 3-1
Texas A&M 5-1 2-1
Mississippi 5-2 2-1
Miss. State 5-2 1-2
Auburn 4-2 1-2
Arkansas 2-4 1-2
Saturday’s scores
LSU 35, Florida 28
Alabama 41, Texas A&M 23
Memphis 37, Mississippi 24
Mississippi State 45, Lousiana Tech 20
South Carolina 19, Vanderbilt 10
Georgia 9, Missouri 6
Saturday, Oct. 24
Tennessee at Alabama
Auburn at Arkansas
Western Kentucky at LSU
Texas A&M at Ole Miss
Kentucky at Mississippi State
Missouri at Vanderbilt

South Atlantic Conference
Overall SAC
Wingate 6-1 3-1
Catawba 5-2 3-1
Lenoir-Rhyne 4-2 2-1
Carson-Newman 5-2 3-2
Tusculum 3-4 2-2
Mars Hill 2-5 1-2
Newberry 3-4 1-3
Brevard 0-7 0-3
Saturday’s scores
Catawba 29, Mars Hill 10
Limestone 28, Brevard 25 (2OT)
Carson-Newman 27, Newberry 20
North Greenville 35, Tusculum 24
Wingate 24, Lenoir-Rhyne 14
Saturday, Oct. 24
UNC Pembroke at Catawba, 1:30 p.m.
Lenoir-Rhyne at Mars Hill
Carson-Newman at Wingate
Newberry at Brevard
Tusculum at Limestone

CIAA

Northern Overall CIAA
Bowie State 6-1 4-0
Virginia Union 6-1 4-0
Eliz. City State 4-2 2-2
Chowan 4-3 2-2
Virginia State 4-3 2-2
Lincoln 3-4 1-3
Southern Overall CIAA
Fayetteville State 3-4 3-1
Winston-Salem State 3-4 3-1
Livingstone 3-2 2-2
Johnson C. Smith 2-5 1-3
Shaw 0-7 0-4
St. Augustine’s 0-7 0-4
Saturday’s scores
Livingstone 41, Shaw 22
Virginia Union 33, Chowan 14
Winston-Salem State 36, St. Augustine’s 19
Elizabeth City State 28, Lincoln 10
Bowie State 22, Virginia State 19
J.C. Smith 37, Fayetteville State 20
Saturday, Oct. 24
Winston-Salem State at Livingstone, 1 p.m.
Shaw at Johnson C. Smith
Virginia Union at Bowie State
Virginia State at Lincoln
Elizabeth City State at Chowan
St. Augustine’s Fayetteville State

Summaries
Livingstone 41, Shaw 22
Livingstone            0  25    8     8  — 41
Shaw                  7    7     0     8  — 22
S — Webster 6 pass from Shambry (Nguyen kick) 1st,1:43
S — Grizzle 22 run (Nguyen kick) 2nd, 14:45
L — Flowers 16 pass from Powell (Manzo kick) 2nd, 12:27
L — Powell 2 run (kick failed) 2nd, 11:35
L — Cox 98 fumble return (run failed) 2nd, 7:56
L — Flowers 6 pass from Powell (pass failed) 2nd, :35
L — Powell 7 run (Hendricks pass from Powell) 3rd, 9:17
L — Jarius Richardson 7 run (Bowden pass from Powell) 4th, 14:54
S — Shambry 14 run (Polite pass from Rucker) 4th, :17
LC      SHAW
First downs             28         19
Rushing yards         56-230   40-74
Passing yards         209       119
Comp-Att-Int           18-34-1 20-40-4
Punts                         3-38.3       6-32.2
Fumbles-Lost           2-2       3-3
Penalties-Yards         14-113   5-70
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING — LC: Powell 25-137, Richardson 12-49, Flowers 8-27, Robinson 2-9, Baisey 6-6, White 1-3, Laster 1-0, Team 1-(-1); SU: Grizzle 15-64, Lock 6-6, Shambry 16-5, Webster 1-0.
PASSING — LC: Powell 18-34-1, 209; SU: Shambry 18-37-3, 113, Rucker 2-3-1, 6.
RECEIVING — LC: Flowers 5-37, Richardson 4-43, Hendricks 4-35, Baisey 2-29, Tatum 1-33, Bowden 1-21, Ransom 1-11; SU: Webster 8-40, Grizzle 4-9, Long 2-21, Jordan 2-5, James 1-17, Lock 1-13, Green 1-7, Polite 1-7.

Catawba 29, Mars Hill 10
Mars Hill            3   0   7     0  — 10
Catawba                   7    7     0     15  — 29
C — Sheehan 17 run (Hollandsworth kick) 12:22, 1st
MH — Barnes 34 FG, 10:09, 1st
C — Kitchens 90 interception return (Hollandsworth kick), 6:54, 2nd
MH — Taylor 63 run (Barnes kick), 6:49, 3rd
C — Williams 18 pass from Sheehan (Hunt rush), 8:14, 4th
C — Burgess 32 run (Hollandsworth kick), 5:08, 4th
MH      CAT
First downs             17        19
Rushing yards        44-246   39-242
Passing yards         165       148
Comp-Att-Int          12-36-2 10-23-0
Punts                        8-41.1       9-34.7
Fumbles-Lost           1-0       1-0
Penalties-Yards        3-27   2-10
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING —MH: Davis 21-115; Harbison 16-77; Taylor 2-66; Hall 1-6. CAT: Sheehan 15-122; Burgess 9-73; Littlejohn 11-40; Smart 4-16.
PASSING — MH: Layman 12-36-2, 165. CAT: Sheehan 10-23-0, 148.
RECEIVING — MH: Taylor 4-51; Hughes 2-59; Johnson 2-36; Maennle 1-17. CAT: Tarrats 2-77; Williams 2-27; Smith 2-8; Burgess 2-5; West 1-17; Rose 1-14.

Scores
EAST
Army 21, Bucknell 14
Brown 38, Princeton 31
Colgate 17, Georgetown 13
Fordham 47, Holy Cross 41, OT
Harvard 42, Lafayette 0
Kent St. 15, UMass 10
Monmouth (NJ) 20, Liberty 17, OT
Penn 42, Columbia 7
Richmond 37, Rhode Island 12
Sacred Heart 31, Cornell 6
South Florida 28, UConn 20
Villanova 37, Albany (NY) 0
Yale 21, Maine 10
SOUTH
Appalachian St. 59, Louisiana-Monroe 14
Bowie St. 22, Virginia St. 19
Carson-Newman 27, Newberry 20
Catawba 29, Mars Hill 10
Charleston Southern 10, Presbyterian 7
Chattanooga 33, VMI 27
East Carolina 30, Tulsa 17
Elizabeth City St. 28, Lincoln (Pa.) 10
Florida A&M 41, Delaware St. 13
Florida St. 41, Louisville 21
Georgia Southern 56, New Mexico St. 26
Grambling St. 35, Alcorn St. 34, OT
Greensboro 48, Averett 46
Guilford 23, Bridgewater (Va.) 20
Hampton 20, Morgan St. 10
James Madison 51, Elon 0
Johnson C. Smith 37, Fayetteville St. 20
Kennesaw St. 12, Gardner-Webb 7
Livingstone 41, Shaw 22
Marshall 33, FAU 17
Memphis 37, Mississippi 24
Methodist 31, NC Wesleyan 28
Miami 30, Virginia Tech 20
Middle Tennessee 42, FIU 34
Mississippi St. 45, Louisiana Tech 20
NC A&T 24, Bethune-Cookman 14
NC Central 39, Savannah St. 22
North Alabama 62, UNC-Pembroke 28
North Carolina 50, Wake Forest 14
North Greenville 35, Tusculum 24
Old Dominion 37, Charlotte 34
Pittsburgh 31, Georgia Tech 28
Prairie View 47, Southern U. 42
SC State 49, Howard 10
South Carolina 19, Vanderbilt 10
The Citadel 44, Samford 25
Tuskegee 49, Stillman 20
Virginia 44, Syracuse 38, 3OT
Virginia Union 33, Chowan 14
W. Carolina 24, Wofford 17
West Georgia 28, Delta St. 7
West Liberty 30, Virginia-Wise 6
William & Mary 34, New Hampshire 18
Wingate 24, Lenoir-Rhyne 14
Winston-Salem 36, St. Augustine’s 19
MIDWEST
Bowling Green 59, Akron 10
Butler 38, Davidson 7
Cent. Michigan 51, Buffalo 14
Georgia St. 31, Ball St. 19
Iowa 40, Northwestern 10
Michigan St. 27, Michigan 23
N. Illinois 45, Miami (Ohio) 12
Nebraska 48, Minnesota 25
Oklahoma 55, Kansas St. 0
Rutgers 55, Indiana 52
South Dakota 24, N. Dakota St. 21
Texas Tech 30, Kansas 20
Toledo 63, E. Michigan 20
W. Michigan 49, Ohio 14
Wisconsin 24, Purdue 7
FAR WEST
Colorado St. 38, Air Force 23
Portland St. 59, Montana St. 42
Washington St. 52, Oregon St. 31
Wyoming 28, Nevada 21

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