TOLEDO, Ohio -- David Fluellen rushed for 143 yards and two touchdowns as Toledo outlasted Eastern Washington 33-21 on Saturday night.
Cassius McDowell added 89 yards on 10 carries as the Rockets (1-2) bulled their way to 325 yards on the ground. Most of Woodside's 185 yards came on an 81-yard score to Bernard Reedy near the end of the third quarter, giving Toledo a 23-14 lead. He finished the game 14 of 24.
The Eagles (2-1) responded as Vernon Adams hit Cooper Kupp for his third touchdown pass, closing the lead to 23-21 with 14:55 left. However, Toledo answered with a 12-play, 88-yard scoring drive. A late Jermiah Detmer field goal iced the game.
Adams finished 21 of 42 for 326 yards for the Eagles.
Mark Helfrich, criticized a year ago for signing no players from the state of Oregon, brings four of the state's top five into the 2016 fold.
The Sooners' biggest need heading into signing day was bolstering the linebacking corps, and they did just that in adding ESPN 300 LB Caleb Kelly.
Danny Kanell explains why he thinks Jim Harbaugh is making a smart move taking the Michigan football team to Florida for spring practice.
The ACC announced its 56-person 2015 all-league academic team Wednesday, with players from all 14 conference teams featured.
Despite the need for reinforcements along the offensive line, the Bulldogs' most-heralded recruits were all on defense.
USC athletic director Pat Haden received medical attention after feeling light-headed on Wednesday, the school confirmed.