Kansas: For its “Salute to Service” weekend, the Jayhawks honored Kansas alumni and Marine Corps veterans Rob Riggle and Billy Mills during the game against Iowa State. Riggle has gone on to a successful acting career while Mills won gold at the 1964 Summer Olympics in the 10,000 meters before becoming a humanitarian.
Harvard: Tom Stewart passed for 393 yards and a school record-tying five touchdowns, including the three longest scoring strikes in school history, in a 52-18 victory over Columbia.
Elon: Freshman Jaylan Thomas ran for 222 yards – the eighth-biggest game in Elon history – and scored a touchdown to help the Phoenix turn back Rhode Island 24-21. Thomas scored on an 86-yard run, going untouched up the middle before outrunning the defense for the fifth-longest run in school history.
Kennesaw State: Chandler Burks had four touchdown runs and threw for another score to help Kennesaw State route Campbell 49-0. The Owls have outscored opponents 404-73 during their eightgame win streak.
Fullback Darnell Woolfolk rushed for 117 yards and a touchdown, Kelvin Hopkins Jr. scored on a 6-yard run, and Army held off service academy rival Air Force 17-14 on Saturday.
It was the 11th straight victory at Michie Stadium for Army (7-2), which will keep the Commander in Chief’s Trophy, emblematic of supremacy among the three service academies, regardless of the outcome of its game next month against archrival Navy. Army won the trophy outright last season for the first time since 1996.
Air Force (3-6), which beat Navy 35-7 a month ago, is 33-14 in Commander in Chief’s Trophy games against Army since
Khalil Tate threw for a career-high 350 yards and five touchdowns after setting an FBS rushing record against Colorado a year ago, lifting Arizona to a 42-34 victory over the Buffaloes on Friday night. the trophy was first awarded in 1972.
Air Force had won 18 of the previous 21 in the series against the Black Knights, but one of those Army victories was 21-0 last year at Air Force. That loss snapped a schoolrecord, 306-game scoring streak by the Falcons dating to 1992.
Arizona (5-5, 4-3 Pac-12) struggled early while falling into a 10-0 hole, then scored on its next eight possessions.
Arizona’s junior quarterback beat the Buffaloes with his arm this time, completing 17 of 22 passes.
Colorado (5-4, 2-4) suffered its fourth straight loss.