Knight's score made it 17-7 for Hampton (3-2, 2-0 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) with 6:41 left in the game. The Tigers (0-5, 0-3) closed the deficit with 3:18 left on Giovanni Lugo's 41-yard field goal and got the ball back 32 seconds later. But Savannah State's closing drive stalled at midfield, ending with a turnover on downs in the final minute.
Yahkee Johnson opened the scoring on Hampton's first possession with a 7-yard TD run after a Savannah State fumble set the Pirates up at the Tigers 18. Savannah State tied it on its next possession with D'Vonn Gibbons' 32-yard TD pass to Cameron White.
Adam Brown's field goal gave Hampton the lead for good at 10-7 early in the third.
David Montgomery, Greg Roberts each missing first half of their teams' games Saturday
After a scuffle led to their ejections last Saturday, Iowa State running back David Montgomery and Baylor defensive end Greg Roberts will miss the first half of their team's games this week -- vs. Texas and vs. TCU, respectively.
Louisville interim coach says last 2 games about players, not permanent position
Louisville interim football coach Lorenzo Ward said he is focused solely on salvaging the Cardinals' final two games rather than whether he will have the job permanently.
Vols having fun on the gridiron
LB Darrell Taylor joins Thinking Out Loud to talk about how Tennessee has been playing hard, but having fun at the same time.
Which defense steps up in Week 12?
Thinking Out Loud's Marcus Spears and Greg McElroy analyze Ole Miss' and Vanderbilt's defense and who holds the advantage.
Tennessee eliminating mental errors
Head coach Jeremy Pruitt joins The Paul Finebaum Show to reflect on a big win over No. 11 Kentucky and what's ahead for the Vols.
Razorbacks, Bulldogs continuing to fight
Head coaches Chad Morris and Joe Moorhead reflect on the season so far and the expectations heading into their Week 12 contest.