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ICYMI: First-year Kennesaw State wins first Big South game

In cased you missed it Saturday:

  • Kennesaw State (5-1) played its first conference game in its first season and pulled off a win against Gardner-Webb, 12-7. It marked the first time in Big South Conference history, other than its first year in 2002, that a newcomer won its first league game played.

  • Western Kentucky's Brandon Doughty continued to impress this week as the Hilltoppers moved to 6-1 record with a victory against North Texas. Doughty sits at No. 2 in FBS passing yards (2,709) and passing efficiency (186.4), tied for third in passing TDs (24) and first in completion percentage (.741).

  • Other top performances included Zach Pascal's 231 yards and three touchdowns receiving for Old Dominion in a 37-34 Conference USA victory against Charlotte; Kalif Phillips of the 49ers rushed for a career-high 204 yards and two touchdowns.

  • Peter Pujals passed for 508 yards and four touchdowns, but in a losing cause as Holy Cross fell 47-41 to Fordham in a Patriot League thriller.

  • Lamar's Kade Harrington rushed for 282 yards and five touchdowns in a 48-35 Southland Conference loss to Northwestern State.

  • Samford's Karel Hamilton made 15 receptions for 220 yards — both career highs — in a 44-25 Southern Conference loss to Citadel

  • Bowling Green's Matt Johnson passed for five touchdowns in a 59-10 MAC victory against Akron.

  • Harvard took its winning streak to 19 in a row with a shutout win over Lafayette. The Crimson's 42-0 victory gives them 221 points this season, the most they have scored in the first five games of a season since 1892.

  • Toledo improved to 6-0 for the first time since 1997 and reached its highest ranking in the polls in 18 years.

  • South Dakota upset third-ranked North Dakota State in the Fargodome as Miles Bergner made a game-ending 33-yard field goal that lifted USD to a 24-21 win.


More highlights from #SocialSaturday on Twitter @LiveOnASN:

.@UTSAFTBL's Jarveon Williams wins again as FBS Player of the Week http://t.co/Adh01zqFyN pic.twitter.com/3mf8i9Xhyw


— American Sports Net (@LiveOnASN) October 10, 2015


.@georgetownhoyas' Kyle Nolan wins ASN's FCS Player of the Week in record vote http://t.co/YmNrFSiyJK pic.twitter.com/AFVvUZpqmR — American Sports Net (@LiveOnASN) October 17, 2015

 

.@SouthlandSports & @LamarFootball's Kade Harrington scores national FCS honors http://t.co/H6jcVHEta8 pic.twitter.com/fimLmOLUWZ


— American Sports Net (@LiveOnASN) October 17, 2015


#NCAAD2 tailgate at @PittStGorillas w/ @JoshLooney watching @LiveOnASN #d2fb showcase @WU_Bulldogs vs @BearsSports pic.twitter.com/hUdL9L0kLP — Jill Willson (@ICHOSEdivision2) October 17, 2015



You know what day it is. #GAMEDAY #MACtion pic.twitter.com/JQfCqTTR2l


— #MACtion (@MACSports) October 17, 2015


@LiveOnASN #SocialSaturday https://t.co/t1kY1HgGuw — Micheal Young (@mvyoungs) October 17, 2015



.@WMU_Football 7 yd TD pass to Daniel Braverman in their 1st half. Keep it locked on ASN for your 2nd half coverage pic.twitter.com/TFfnR9m68V


— American Sports Net (@LiveOnASN) October 17, 2015


The FBS quarterbacks with the most passing yards this season: http://t.co/ontArvsMUZ pic.twitter.com/D7NC6HdcrB — NCAA Football (@NCAAFootball) October 14, 2015



Busy Day!!! #GOBRUNO #ILDN #LiveOnASN pic.twitter.com/XqcKGXKb8I


— BrownBearsTV (@BrownBearsTV) October 17, 2015


We're underway here @ODUFootball v @Charlotte49ers who will get their first @CUSAFB victory? Watch on @LiveOnASN pic.twitter.com/6052MxSbJq — Monica McNutt (@McNuttMonica) October 17, 2015



#CAAFB Saturdays are the main event. But the hard work never stops for @UAlbanyFootball. pic.twitter.com/MKsaLaRCwd


— CAA Football (@CAAFootball) October 16, 2015


No. 18/18 @HarvardFootball wins 19th-straight game, shuts out Lafayette, 42-0 http://t.co/zoZ4alk1Rt #GoCrimson pic.twitter.com/0O2obzxbqO — Harvard Athletics (@harvardcrimson) October 17, 2015



No. 2 FALLS… @SDCoyotesFB upsets #FCS No. 2 @NDSUfootball in 24-21 win. The Bison suffers 2nd reg season loss. pic.twitter.com/s26rUAtAtt


— FCS Football (@NCAA_FCS) October 17, 2015


.@kennesawstfb wins 1st @BigSouthFB match-up. Owls outgain @GWUFootball 353-200 to win 12-7 http://t.co/sh1rSWAsOk pic.twitter.com/swQXI5cB1p — FCS Football (@NCAA_FCS) October 17, 2015





Above: Kennesaw State celebrates its victory against Gardner-Webb in its first Big South Conference game. (Photo courtesy of KSU Owls Football via Twitter)

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