HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Isaiah Green passed for a career-high 387 yards and two touchdowns, Justin Rohrwasser added three field goals and Marshall ended the season with a 23-0 shutout of Texas-San Antonio on Saturday.
The Thundering Herd (7-3, 5-2 Conference USA) scored 10 points in a flash, Rohrwasser's first field goal and Green's touchdown pass coming just six seconds apart. Matt Guidry fielded Rorhwasser's 61-yard kickoff after the field goal and returned it 30 yards before being hit by Chase Hancock and losing the ball. Rohrwasser was there to recover and Green completed a 37-yard TD pass to Tyre Brady on the next play.
In addition to forcing the fumble, Marshall's defense held UTSA (3-8, 2-5) to -26 yards rushing, a school record for fewest yards allowed. Omari Cobb and Chase Hancock had eight tackles apiece for Marshall, including two sacks, a forced fumble and 3.5 tackles for a loss of 20 yards. Obi Obialo had five catches for a career-high 103 yards, Tyre Brady had six catches for a season-best 162 yards.
Tyler Brown sealed the shutout with an interception in the final seconds.
How Florida's defense keyed the Gators' unlikely rise
Dan Mullen took over at Florida promising offensive improvement, but the No. 7 Gators are quickly back in the top 10 thanks to a physical, relentless defense.
Ranking Week 7's games by College Football Playoff impact
Ranked opponents square off this week in four games, perhaps none bigger than the SEC showdown in Death Valley.
Pac-12 joins Bottom 10
Ryan McGee puts the entire Pac-12 conference in the Bottom 10, and checks in on Akron and UMass.
Best bets for Week 7 college football games
Looking for the best bets in Week 7 of the college football season? Our betting insiders offer their picks for 16 games.
Riley: Sooners have to be at their best to top Texas
Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley breaks down what's at stake when the Sooners take on Texas Saturday in a huge Big 12 matchup.
App State tops ULL 17-7 in rematch of Sun Belt title game
Zac Thomas scored twice on 7-yard sneaks, the last coming with 1:56 remaining, and Appalachian State beat Louisiana-Lafayette 17-7 on Wednesday night in a rematch of the Sun Belt championship game.