2015 ScheduleAll times ET

2015 Schedule
4-7, 6th in Southern
Best college football upsets in 2015 (3:17)

The Citadel runs past Furman, 38-17

Cam Jackson ran for 78 yards and two touchdowns and Vinny Miller added 70 more yards rushing to help lead The Citadel past Furman 38-17 on Saturday.

Week 3 was great for college football underdogs (1:37)
Furman coach elated over win (1:55)

Paladins put game away

Down 16-15 late, UCF made one final drive to take the lead, but the comeback attempt fell short when Furman DB Trey Robinson effectively ended the game. Follow along live here


Furman with the pick of the day

Paladins CB Trey Robinson intercepted Bo Schneider's deep ball in the second quarter using some crazy athleticism. Paladins trail UCF in the second quarter.


Safety first in Orlando

UCF LB Chequan Burkett sacked Furman QB Reese Hannon to put two points on the board for the Black Knights. UCF leads 12-0 halfway through the second quarter.


UCF draws first blood

Nick Patti ran 6 yards for a TD to put the Black Knights in front of the Paladins. UCF leads Furman 7-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Watch: Furman vs. UCF

Both teams lost a close game in Week 1 and then got routed in Week 2. Will home turf be enough for the Knights to triumph? Live on ESPN3

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Trey Edmunds' 1-yard TD rush makes it 28-3 Virginia Tech. It's all Hokies late in the third quarter. They are averaging 8.1 yards per rush.

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech up 14-0 on Furman at halftime. Brenden Motley has made some plays with both his arm and legs, going 7-14 for 113 yards while rushing three times for 28 yards.


Coastal Carolina sneaks past Furman, 38-35

Alex Ross threw for 328 yards and two touchdowns, both to Bruce Mapp, to help lead Coastal Carolina to a 38-35 win over Furman in the season opener for both teams on Saturday.

Furman kicker does crazy trick shots (0:29)

2015 Southern Standings

The Citadel6-19-4
Western Carolina5-27-4