MOREHEAD, Ky. -- Rees Macshara ran for a career-high 211 yards to finish the season with 1,013 yards, as Morehead State blew out Valparaiso 76-24 in Pioneer League play.
Morehead State (4-7, 3-5) exploded offensively, scoring the first 34 points of the game.
Macshara rushed for over 100 yards in six straight games and became the first 1,000-yard rusher for the Eagles since David Dinkins in 2000.
The Eagles totaled 696 total yards, and the 76 points scored is the most in school history against a Division I opponent.
Zach Lewis completed 12 of 14 passes for 207 yards and three touchdowns, as Valparaiso (1-10, 1-7) could never recover.
Lewis' favorite target, Donte Sawyer, caught six passes -- three for touchdowns -- for a career-high 186 yards. Sawyer finishes his career with Morehead State records for single-season receiving yards (1,024), career receptions (199), career receiving yards (2,555) and career touchdowns (24).
With 2016 recruiting done and dusted, national recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton surveys the landscape and discusses a pair of programs that need to bounce back in the next recruiting cycle.
Another year, another group of top talents is headed to Waco. Here's who to keep an eye on.
Here are five early enrollees for Big Ten teams who could have an impact during the 2016 season.
Numbers suggest that the level of defensive play in the Pac-12 took a hit in 2015, but the tumble might have been smaller than anticipated.
With new coaching staffs, how did Georgia, Missouri and South Carolina do on signing day?
After misses and coaching changes in 2016, these teams need a big jump next year.