Football This Week In The Carolinas

#22 NC State Rolls Over Boston College 33-7

CHESTNUT HILL, MA. – A 21-point third quarter led the visiting #22 Wolfpack (5-1, 2-0 ACC) to a 33-7 win at Boston College. The Pack has now won four straight, and opens ACC action 2-0.

UNC Tar Heels Get Victory Over Miami 45-42

CHAPEL HILLSam Howell threw of two touchdowns and ran for two more as North Carolina held off Miami, 45-42, sending the Hurricanes to their worst record at the midway mark of a season in more than two decades.

Duke Falls To Virginia 48-0

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. – Virginia used 528 yards of total offense to defeat Duke, 48-0, on Saturday afternoon at Scott Stadium.

Clemson Defeats Syracuse 17-14

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – B.T. Potter’s 40-yard field goal with 9:22 to play to give Clemson a 10-point edge proved to be the difference as Clemson held on to defeat Syracuse, 17-14, at the Carrier Dome on Friday night.

South Carolina Late Heroics Pulls Win Out VS Vanderbilt 21-20

COLUMBIA, S.C.  — Zeb Noland entered the game on the Gamecocks’ final drive and led a 75-yard touchdown drive, connecting with Xavier Legette on a 9-yard scoring pass with 37 seconds left for a 21-20 win over Vanderbilt on Saturday night.

Shaw Takes It To Livingstone 30-9

The Shaw Bears padded their lead in the 4th quarter with a 45 yard, 11 play drive that took 4:19 off the clock making the score 20-3 with 5:48 left in regulation. Livingstone added a late touchdown making the score 20-9. Dast Sturkie recovered the ensuing onside kick to secure the division win.

Fayetteville State Broncos Buck Johnson C. Smith 55-12

FAYETTEVILLE, NC – Fayetteville State University’s homecoming fans had a lot to cheer about as the Broncos defeated Johnson C. Smith 55-12 in Luther Nick Jeralds Stadium. Fayetteville State finished with 505 yards of total offense to the Golden Bulls 262. JC Smith threw for 86 yards and ran for 176. The Broncos rushed for 174 yards and threw for 331.

NC A&T State Flummoxed By Kennesaw State 14-0

North Carolina A&T failed to score a point for the first time in seven years. Thirteenth-ranked Kennesaw State University held the Aggies to just 21 yards rushing in a 14-0 win over the Aggies at KSU’s homecoming at Fifth Third Bank Stadium.

App State Falls Over The Cliff At Louisiana 41-13

LAFAYETTE, LA. App State suffered its first Sun Belt Conference loss of the season, falling 41-13 on the road against West Division leader Louisiana on Tuesday night.

Campbell Can’t Get Over The Hump VS Monmouth 34-17

BUIES CREEK, N.C. – Tony Muskett threw for three touchdowns, Juwon Farri ran for 111 yards and a score and defending Big South champion Monmouth defeated Campbell 34-17 Saturday at Barker-Lane Stadium.

Furman Lances The Citadel 24-14

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Dominic Roberto rushed for a career high 132 yards and reeled off a 90-yard first half touchdown run to power Furman past The Citadel, 24-14, in Southern Conference football action Saturday evening at Paladin Stadium.

Chowan Hawks Fall To Virginia Union 38-31

MURFREESBORO, N.C. – The Chowan Football team was handed their second straight loss after going unblemished to start the season falling to Virginia Union on homecoming 38-31 on Saturday.

Winston-Salem State Blanks Saint Augustine’s 41-0

WINSTON-SALEM, NC — Thw WSSU Rams rush past and take advantage of three interceptions to black Saint Augustine’s 41-0.

South Carolina State Bulldogs Chew Up Morgan State 37-14

ORANGEBURG, SC — The SCSU Bulldogs use a consistent offense across four quarters to dispatch Morgan State 37-14.

Wofford Falls Short VS Samford University 27-24

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – A game-tying field goal as time expired was short and the Wofford College football team was defeated 27-24 by Samford University at Gibbs Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Charleston Southern Routs Hampton 35-5

CHARLESTON, S.C. – Charleston Southern used the strong arm of quarterback Jack Chambers and a solid defensive effort Saturday night to put away visiting Hampton, 35-5, on the Buccaneers’ Homecoming for the program’s first Big South triumph of the season.

Davidson Crushes Presbyterian 70-35

The Davidson Wildcats scored the program’s Pioneer League-best 70 points and improved to 4-1 with a 70-35 win over Presbyterian Saturday night at Richardson Stadium.