LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Ryan Payne kicked a 32-yard field goal with 30 seconds to play to give Louisville its first win over a Football Bowl Subdivision team in nearly a year, 25-23, over Southern Mississippi on Saturday night.
Wide receiver Scott Long had a career day for the Cardinals, with 146 yards receiving on five catches, plus a touchdown.
The Cardinals (2-3) trailed 16-7 at halftime but scored touchdowns, including a 2-point conversion, on their first two possessions of the second half to go ahead 22-16.
A 64-yard kickoff return by Louisville's Trent Guy after Harrison's touchdown helped put the Cardinals in position for their game-winning field goal.
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Three more women have joined a federal Title IX lawsuit filed earlier this month against Baylor claiming the school was indifferent to or ignored claims of sexual assault.
If Arizona can stay healthy on defense, they have a good chance at success based on the trio of Sani Fuimaono, Paul Magloire Jr. and DaVonte' Neal.
Answering Big 12 questions about expansion, Oklahoma State's Jordan Sterns and more.
Duke's program has turned a corner under coach David Cutcliffe, and will be trying to create early momentum when it travels to Northwestern.
Kentucky faces a tough stretch in the middle of the season, but a six-win season and bowl berth are reachable goals.
The Ducks' quarterback battle betweek Dakota Prukop and Travis Jonsen is intriguing, but whoever gets the nod can lean on these two skill players.