Last Week (5-1)
Northeastern State 24 Southeastern Oklahoma 14 (Prediction SEO 28-21)
Game was 17-14 with under 12 minutes to go, but the Riverhawks marched down 76 yards to score the final TD, then held SEO two more times for the win. SEO turn the ball over 5 times.
Abilene Christian 59 Texas A&M-Kingsville 31 (38-14)
Game was 28-24 at the 12:03 mark of the 3rd quarter, and TAMK had a 325-313 edge in offense. From that point on it was all ACU, 31-7 on the scoreboard and 362-155 in yardage. ACU's 8 TD drives were all 60+ yds and took a total of 13:10 - Kingsville's 4 TD drives were quick too, 5:56 total, but not as long, 213 yards.
Midwestern State 63 Eastern New Mexico 7 (42-21, or 49-7 if Benton didn't play)
Benton did play, but was held to 47 yards and 0 TDs. Daniel Polk came out earlier than usual, with just over 3 minutes to go in the third, and MSU up 42-7. Still had 248 yds and 3 TDs passing, and 52 yards rushing.
West Texas A&M 31 Central Oklahoma 0 (35-10)
Redshirt freshman Taylor Harris threw for 401 yds and 3 TDs, with Charly Martin getting 2 TDs among his 5 receptions for 112 yds. WT RB Keithon Flemming left the game with an injury, the extent of which is unclear at this time.
Southwestern Oklahoma 24 East Central 18 (28-24)
The Bulldogs had to rally for 21 points in the fourth quarter to edge out the Tigers. Through 3 quarters, ECU had an 18-3 lead, outgaining the Bulldogs by a 350-130 margin - in the fourth it was 21-0 SWO, with a 197-104 yds advantage. ECU had an excellent shot with 5:32 to go, returning a kickoff to the SWO 35, but after picking up a first down on the Bulldog 20, turned the ball over on downs.
Tarleton State Angelo State (42-21)
Tarleton had 6 scoring drives, all of which were at least 52 yards, compared to 2 for Angelo State. Sampson, Smith and Evans combined for a modest 133 yds on 29 carries, but Grantham was on fire with 331 yds passing.