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2019 Schedule
1-2, 7th in Southern

Riddle throws for 4 TDs, Mercer rolls over W. Carolina 49-27

Robert Riddle threw for four touchdowns and Tyray Devezin ran for two more as Mercer got off to a fast start on its way to a 49-27 victory over Western Carolina in the season opener and initial Southern Conference encounter of the season on Saturday.

Les Miles' son throws Hail-Mary TD as 1st half expires (0:55)
Elliott slings 54-yard TD (0:29)
North Carolina ties it on 17-yard TD (0:26)
Western Carolina DB takes INT 70 yards (0:39)

AP FCS All-America Team

Defending national champion and top-ranked James Madison placed three players on The Associated Press FCS All-America first team, more than any other school.

North Carolina's Corrales bursts in for TD (0:34)
Western Carolina has costly fumble (0:45)
North Carolina's Elliott finds Cabrera for TD (0:32)
UNC VS WCU (0:34)
Breaking down South Carolina's 44-31 win over Western Carolina (2:05)
Samuel goes 100 yards in a flash for kickoff TD (1:38)
ECU goes deep to Williams big another big score (0:34)

Receiver's legs aid in interception

Western Carolina's Steffon Hill looked to have a catch near the end zone, but a few wacky bounces later, the ball was in the hands of an East Carolina defender.

Watch: Western Carolina vs. Texas A&M

In its six wins this season, Texas A&M averaged 210.2 rushing yards per game and had 11 rushing TDs, including at least one in all six games. In the Aggies' three losses, they had no rushing TDs and averaged 85.3 rushing yards per game. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN


Evan Berry scores TD as brother watches

Tennessee's Evan Berry had a wild 88-yard kickoff return for a TD while his brother, Chiefs safety Eric Berry, was watching on the sideline.


Newsome helps with Catamounts' first TD

Western Carolina gave its fans something to cheer about when RB Detrez Newsome ran 64 yards for a TD to cut a little bit of the deficit. Tennessee has a wide 55-10 lead.

AP Photo/Wade Payne

Watch: Western Carolina vs. Tennessee

Tennessee is coming off of a 2OT loss to Oklahoma in which it led by 14 entering the fourth. The loss dropped Butch Jones' record at Tennessee to 13-14, the same record through 27 games as his predecessor. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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