TOWSON, Md. -- D.J. Soven's 27-yard field goal on the final play gave Towson a 31-28 victory over Richmond on Saturday night and overcame a record-setting performance by Spiders quarterback Aaron Corp.
Corp completed 31 of 34 passes, a 91.2 percent completion percentage, for Richmond (3-3, 0-3 Colonial Athletic Association), surpassing the Football Championship Subdivision record for quarterbacks throwing at least 30 passes in a game. Drake's Mike Piatkowski set the previous mark of 90.9 percent (30 for 33) last week against Campbell.
Soven's kick capped a 54-yard drive by the Tigers (4-1, 2-0), which included five carries by Terrance West, who finished with 128 yards and four touchdowns on 21 carries.
Corp passed for 353 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdowns. The second tied the game at 28 with 2:38 remaining.
While not as prolific as Corp, Towson quarterback Grant Enders also was sharp, completing 15 of 19 for 185 yards.
Urban Meyer, Thad Matta and Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith were among the crowd at the parade for the Cleveland Cavliers on Wednesday.
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New Mexico, like most teams, had a hard time getting Emmitt Smith on the ground.
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn could use a signature win as much as any coach in the SEC, and beating a title contender like Clemson would certainly qualify.
Safety Fish Smithson's leadership and playmaking ability should make him the foundation of Kansas' defense.
Louisville coach Bobby Petrino makes fans of workers at an Indiana firefighters union hall after writing a check to replace TVs that were vandalized.
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