SAN MARCOS, Texas -- Brent Grimes ran for 132 yards and a touchdown for Central Arkansas, which held off Texas State 31-24 on Saturday.
Bradley George passed for 250 yards to lead Texas State (4-3, 1-1). George was 19-of-33 passing with two touchdowns. He also rushed for 30 yards.
Luke Cameron caught six passes for 83 yards and a touchdown for the Bobcats.
The Bears led 21-14 at the half and built the lead to 31-17 in the fourth quarter on Eddie Carmona's 35-yard field goal.
Daren Dillard's 3-yard touchdown catch from George made the score 31-24 with less than a minute to play.
Central Arkansas never trailed.
Thanks to an All-Big 12 center, a tremendous track record and an outstanding recruiting class, Baylor gets the nod as the conference's top O-line.
Justin Fuente talks getting adjusted at Virginia Tech, learning the personnel and the welcoming from former Hokies coach Frank Beamer.
With most of its pass-catchers on the way out, South Carolina South Carolina hauled in five receivers and two tight ends in its signing class.
ESPN Pac-12 reporter Chantel Jennings discusses Pat Haden's hospitalization and the USC AD's decision to retire.
The Nittany Lions are deep at wide receiver and have shored up their offensive line. But they are periously thin on the defensive front.
While Washington returns a strong core on offense and a talented secondary, questions surround who will step up among the Huskies' pass-catchers.
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