Gore's 100-yard rushing game was the first for the Golden Eagles' since De'Michael Harris did it on Nov. 16, 2019.
Abram threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Demarcus Jones and Gore ran it in from 11 yards out to give Southern Mississippi a 14-3 lead in the game's first 4 1/2 minutes.
The Mean Green's Tre Siggers capped an 80-yard scoring drive with a 1-yard scoring run with 1:54 before halftime. But Southern Mississippi (1-3, 1-1 Conference USA) drove 46 yards in 70 seconds, and Briggs Bourgeois kicked a 46-yard field goal to put the Golden Eagles up 20-10 at intermission.
Mayberry's 4-yard scoring run early in the fourth quarter stretched Southern Mississippi to its largest lead at 34-17.
Austin Aune threw for 330 yards and two scores for North Texas (1-2, 0-1).
Lawsuit alleging sexual harassment against former football coach Rich Rodriguez, University of Arizona dismissed
A lawsuit alleging sexual harassment and a hostile workplace environment against former Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez and the university was dismissed earlier this month, with both sides only paying their own costs and attorneys' fees.
MS State's Leach moonlighting as a candy expert?
After a clip about his take on candy corn went viral, Mississippi State's Mike Leach joins Out of Pocket and rates his most underrated candies.
Sean Clifford, Charlie Kolar, Aidan Hutchinson among finalists for college football's Campbell Trophy
The National Football Foundation on Wednesday announced the finalists for the Campbell Trophy, which honors the top scholar-athlete in college football.
Sankey provides update on 12-team CFP expansion
SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey joins The Paul Finebaum Show and discusses the timetable on a decision, while giving updates on a potential 12-team CFP.
Spurrier says No. 1 UGA reminds him of a 90s style team
Hall of Fame coach Steve Spurrier joins The Paul Finebaum Show and explains why Georgia's stout defense makes the Dawgs so difficult to beat.
Ed Orgeron says LSU Tigers can't hold football practice due to number of injuries
LSU coach Ed Orgeron said the Tigers won't be able to practice Wednesday or hold a scheduled scrimmage Thursday because of the overwhelming number of injuries. The Tigers are off this week before visiting No. 4 Alabama on Nov. 6.