TOWSON, Md. -- Matt Castor scored on a 1-yard run with 1:06 left in the fourth quarter to lift Towson to a 31-24 victory against Columbia on Saturday.
Castor carried 37 times for a career-high 108 yards and Sean Schaefer was 20-for-31 with 193 passing yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers (2-3).
Shane Kelly passed for two touchdowns and ran for another for the Lions (0-2), but could not prevent the team's 10th consecutive loss. Kelly finished 19-for-32 with 281 passing yards.
Castor's 16-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-1 put Towson ahead 7-0 with 2:06 left in the opening quarter. But the Lions answered with a 59-yard touchdown pass from Kelly to Zach Kourouma to tie the game.
Mark Bencivengo's 32-yard field goal gave Towson a 10-7 lead with 6:21 remaining in the first half, and Marcus Lee caught an 11-yard scoring pass from Schaefer just before halftime.
After a 22-yard field goal by John Rocholl, Columbia knotted the game at 17-17 on Kelly's 15-yard strike to Mike Stephens midway through the third quarter.
Towson broke the tie when Wes White caught a 1-yard touchdown pass late in the third quarter. But an interception by Columbia's Mike Murphy set up a game-tying, seven-play drive, capped by Kelly's 2-yard scoring run with 4:06 left in the game.
Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones is "doing fine" after he was released from the hospital Wednesday night after being treated for symptoms related to a migraine headache.
The Florida Gators will start Treon Harris at quarterback in Saturday's opener vs. New Mexico State over redshirt freshman Will Grier, coach Jim McElwain said Tuesday.
Baylor University has hired a Philadelphia law firm to independently investigate the university's handling of sexual assault complaints, including one against defensive end Sam Ukwuachu.
Oregon State and former coach Mike Riley face a federal Title IX lawsuit filed by a woman who said she was raped as a result of the coach's failure to correct a sexually violent culture.
James Madison players will wear decals on their helmets during Saturday's season-opening game in memory of the two journalists who were killed during a live television broadcast.
Los Angeles prosecutors have charged a man in connection with the theft of the University of Southern California's copy of O.J. Simpson's Heisman Trophy more than 20 years ago.