CHARLESTON, S.C. -- London Johnson threw four touchdown passes to lead Charleston Southern to a 52-27 victory over Savannah State on Saturday night.
Johnson finished 13-of-19 passing for 219 yards and ran for a career-best 117 yards on 16 carries. Ronnie Harris had 78 yards rushing, including a 16-yard touchdown run for Charleston Southern (4-3). Saire Davis had touchdown catches of 45 and 11 yards, the second of which gave Charleston Southern a 31-17 halftime lead.
The Buccaneers have won four of their last five games, and 16 consecutive nonconference games dating back to the 2012 season.
D'Vonn Gibbons was 11 of 21 for 162 yards passing and two touchdowns for Savannah State (0-7). He threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Uriah Oliver in the first quarter, and a late 9-yarder to Derek Kirkland.
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Razorbacks head coach Chad Morris and Tigers head coach Gus Malzahn discuss their upcoming clash as both teams try to get back on track.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott believes a tentative ruling making show-cause orders illegal in California would threaten NCAA membership for state schools.
Stanford running back Bryce Love will return from injury for Saturday's game against Oregon.
Southern Mississippi and Appalachian State had discussed options to reschedule the football game canceled by Hurricane Florence, but instead chose not to play later this season.
USC coach Clay Helton is stressing the need for better practices after a 1-2 start. "If you don't provide that leadership," Helton said, "they are not going to do it."
Wake Forest QB Kendall Hinton, who was in line to start prior to a three-game ban, will instead serve as the backup to freshman Sam Hartman vs. Notre Dame.
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