St. Joseph’s rallies for overtime victory
Staff and wire report November 16, 2013 8:38PM
Updated: December 18, 2013 6:56AM
RENSSELAER — St. Joseph’s College erased a 28-point deficit Saturday to beat William Jewell 37-31 in overtime.
Gavin Voss made a 32-yard FG as time expired to force the overtime. Gary Yeoman intercepted William Jewell on the first play of overtime, and Kobi Cook rushed for the game winner.
Cook finished with 104 yards and two TDs. Tate Borlik threw for 263 yards and two scores — one of those to Julian Walker, who finished with a team-high 96 yards.
SJC finishes 8-3 for its best season since 2006. Only six other teams in SJC history have reach at least eight wins.
Wabash 38, DePauw 21: At Greencastle, last week’s loss cost Wabash an automatic NCAA Division III playoff berth, but the Little Giants bounced back Saturday to claim the Monon Bell for the fifth straight year.
Now the team and coaches will wait until Sunday night to see if the NCAA playoff selection committee invites the 9-1 Little Giants to the tourney.
No. 3 Ohio State 60, Illinois 35: At Champaign, Ill., Carlos Hyde ran for 246 yards and four touchdowns and Braxton Miller had another 184 yards rushing and two scores to push No. 3 Ohio State past Illinois.
Michigan 27, Northwestern 19 (3OT): At Evanston, Ill., Devin Gardner scored on a 5-yard run to lift Michigan to a triple-overtime victory over Northwestern after the Wolverines’ Brendan Gibbons tied it with a 44-yard field goal at the end of regulation.
No. 14 Michigan St. 41, Nebraska 28: At Lincoln, Neb., Michigan State converted five Nebraska turnovers into 24 points and took a big step toward winning the Big Ten Legends Division.
Jeremy Langford ran 32 times for 151 yards and scored two touchdowns.