YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) -- Joel Sambursky threw for two touchdowns
and Alexis Moreland's 95-yard interception return set the tone for
Southern Illinois on defense in a 37-2 win against Youngstown State
on Saturday night.
Moreland picked off Tom Zetts early in the first quarter,
killing the Penguins' 58-yard drive.
Southern Illinois (5-1, 2-0 Gateway Conference) scored with
their defense again when Mark Philipp sacked Zetts for a safety in
the second quarter.
Sambursky, who was 11-for-19 for 215 yards and an interception,
threw a 56-yard TD to Craig Turner and a 47-yard TD to Brent
Little. Arkee Whitlock scored on a 49-yard run for a 30-0 halftime
Youngstown State's Justin Martin sacked Sambursky for a 14-yard
loss in the end zone for a safety late in the third quarter.
The Penguins (2-4, 0-2) managed only 204 yards of total offense.
Zetts was 10-for-23 for 112 yards. Regis Edgerson rushed for 44
yards on 11 carries.
Baylor lost another two commitments in ESPN 300 receiver Hezekiah Jones and three-star safety Donovan Stiner following the announcement that coach Art Briles would be fired.
SVP recaps how Hugh Freeze took Ole Miss from the 40th to seventh best recruiting class, and when rivals figured out cheating had to be the answer, it turns out that's mostly true.
Jail records show Robert James Castaneda, one of three Texas Tech players kicked off the team earlier this month, has been charged with felony burglary.
Georgia has apologized to its athletic association's board over rapper Ludacris being paid $65,000 to perform at the Bulldogs' spring football game and being provided liquor and a box of condoms.
Charles Arbuckle points out that if Nebraska wants to improve in year two of the Mike Riley era, the Cornhuskers need to limit their turnovers.
Chidobe Awuzie's progress in the Colorado secondary will be key for the Buffaloes' continued improvement in the Pac-12.
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