NORFOLK, Va. -- Akevious Williams and Cameron Rigby ran for touchdowns on consecutive drives in the second quarter and Bethune-Cookman held on to defeat Norfolk State 21-14 on Saturday for its first victory.
Williams scored on a 5-yard run early in the second quarter and Rigby's 11-yard run capped a 10-play, 59-yard drive for the Wildcats (1-5, 1/3 Mid-Eastern Athletic).
Norfolk State scored on Quintreil Chung's 4-yard run early in the fourth quarter, capping an 81-yard drive. That was set up when Sandy Chapman intercepted Williams on a trick play after B-C reached the red zone.
The Spartans next drive ended on downs near midfield but a Jonathan Cagle interception got the ball back. Norfolk State reached the Wildcats 22 but then lost the ball on downs again.
Way back in the spring, Oklahoma started preparing, a little at a time, for Army's triple-option offensive attack.
Although the setting will be different, the scene is familiar to Alabama and Nick Saban.
No. 19 Michigan and Nebraska seem to have a lot of similarities going into their Big 10 opener Saturday.
Although in just his second full season, Indiana University coach Tom Allen knows the program history.
A new culture has taken hold in the BYU football program.
No. 23 Boston College and Purdue are both chasing recent history when they meet in a non-conference game in West Lafayette, Indiana, Saturday.
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