KINGSTON, R.I. -- Louis Feinstein kicked a 27-yard field goal with 1:39 left as Rhode Island came from behind to beat William & Mary 24-21 on Saturday.
The winning kick was set up by the Rams' second blocked punt of the game, as Andrew Bose followed the example set by Dave Zocco.
Rhode Island (3-6, 2-4 Colonial Athletic Association) scored 17 points in the fourth quarter, starting with Chris Mancuso's 2-yard run with 10:35 to play for a 14-13 lead.
After the Tribe (4-5, 2-4) pulled ahead on a 5-yard TD pass from Brent Caprio to Nolan Kearney with 7:45 left, Bob Bentsen threw his second scoring pass of the game, a 16-yarder to Ty Bynum to tie it with 5:26 to go.
William & Mary's Jonathan Grimes had the third-best single-game performance in school history. He had 25 carries for a career--high 208 yards and touchdowns of 87 and 60 yards.
The SEC is usually known for its elite front-sevens on defense and while the defensive line is where it all starts, linebackers are almost as equally important.
UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen posted, then removed, an Instagram that was critical of his school's record-setting apparel deal.
Matt Campbell already has brought some renewed energy to Iowa State, but a tough schedule may make a bowl appearance unlikely in Year 1.
Michigan State's roster is largely built of interchangeable parts, but they don't make many parts that fit the mold of Malik McDowell.
In 100 days, the ACC will face an unusually important opening weekend, with its two top national contenders facing huge nonconference tests.
Nick Chubb continued to rehab is knee but is apparently ahead of schedule. Still, the staff is going to be very cautious with his return this fall.
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