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2018 Schedule
2-1, 1st in C-USA - East

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

To recap CFB games being affected by Hurricane Florence. Cancelled: UCF at North Carolina, West Virginia at NC State. Moved earlier in day: Boston College at Wake Forest (now 5:30 p.m. ET Thursday on ESPN). Moved up: Coastal Carolina at Campbell (now Wednesday). Still on but being monitored: Marshall at South Carolina, Georgia Southern at Clemson, Old Dominion at Charlotte

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9dRyan McGee

A Burt Reynolds-inspired Bottom 10

The Bottom 10 pays tribute to cinematic and Florida State legend Burt Reynolds, who famously said, "I still don't think acting is nearly as important as the Super Bowl."

11d

Appalachian State rolls over Charlotte 45-9

Zac Thomas threw for 295 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score and Appalachian State dominated Charlotte 45-9 on Saturday night in the first gridiron meeting of the in-state rivals.

Thomas connects with Sutton for 90-yard TD (0:53)
18d

Experienced Charlotte downs Fordham 34-10

Benny LeMay ran for 135 yards and two scores, Juwan Foggie had a pick-6 and Charlotte beat Fordham 34-10 in Saturday's season opener whose start was delayed more than an hour by lightning which later forced fans to evacuate at halftime.

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27dRyan McGee

Hello again, Bottom 10 friends

Look out, y'all! It's us, the Bottom 10 teams, tripping -- er -- running full speed into another season and opportunity to get out of this most illustrious club.

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203d

Charlotte hires Hill to serve as new AD

Charlotte has named Mike Hill as its next athletic director. Hill currently serves as an executive associate athletics director for external affairs at Florida and will begin his work with the 49ers on March 15.

298d

FAU wraps up unbeaten C-USA season

Jason Driskel completed 18 of 22 passes for 245 yards and two touchdowns and Devin Singletary ran for 108 yards and two scores as Florida Atlantic wrapped up an unbeaten Conference USA season with a 31-12 victory over Charlotte on Saturday.

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Surprise names among Week 10's QBR leaders

OK, so it's no surprise to see a pair of former MVPs in Cam Newton and Tom Brady. But rookie C.J. Beathard landed in third with the best performance of his young career, while Case Keenum paced the league by a comfortable margin.

Middle Tennessee's Stockstill finds Watkins for 6-yard TD (0:26)
Middle Tennessee's Thomas barrels in for 2-yard TD (0:26)
Old Dominion defense forces fumble (0:27)
Kansas State's defense comes up huge in rout of Charlotte (0:34)
Wildcats pile another TD onto lead (0:33)

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas State safety Kendall Adams has outscored Charlotte by himself with a 30-yard pick six and a 46-yard fumble return TD. Wildcats lead at the half, 38-7.

Team Stats

Passing Yards192.396th
Rushing Yards162.382nd
Points For23.7103rd
Points Against26.7Tied-80th

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