Chris Oladokun dashed 30 yards for the game-winning score in the third quarter as Samford earned its first win of the season by knocking off Wofford, 21-14 in a Southern Conference opener Saturday.
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— Tyrece Nick had a touchdown pass and ran for a score and South Carolina State picked off four passes en route to a stunning 28-13 victory over Wofford in a season opener for both teams on Saturday.
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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer
Source: Georgia Tech has hired Wofford defensive coordinator Shiel Wood as safeties coach. He coached on both sides of the ball during eight total seasons (two stints) on the Wofford staff, and worked there with new Georgia Tech defensive coordinator Nate Woody.
Pitt Panthers defensive coordinator Josh Conklin, a former Terriers assistant, was named head coach at Wofford.
Wofford coach Mike Ayers has retired after 30 seasons as the Terriers' football coach.
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.
Wofford is the preseason pick by league coaches and media to win the Southern Conference.
North Dakota State, the No. 1 seed in the FCS Playoffs, will begin its quest for a sixth straight national championship next week. The first round kicks off this weekend.
Watch: Wofford at No. 19 Ole Miss
Ole Miss tries to avoid its first 0-2 start since 2004. The Rebels haven't lost to an FCS team since falling to Jacksonville State in 2010. In the past two seasons, they've outscored their FCS opponents by a combined 124-3. Live on SECN/WatchESPN
Two days after going into cardiac arrest during the season-opening game, Wofford LB Michael Roach was released from the hospital.
A Wofford linebacker who collapsed on the sidelines during a game at Tennessee Tech and was rushed to the hospital remains at Cookeville Regional Medical Center after undergoing several tests.
David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer
Final from Clemson: Tigers 49, Wofford 10. Deshaun Watson looked sharp in his return from an ACL injury, completing 18-of-22 for 194 yards and 2 TDs in limited action (exited after 1st drive of 3rd quarter).
Clemson having no problems
Tyshon Dye's 1-yard TD gave the No. 12 Tigers a 28-0 lead over Wofford.
Wofford forces Clemson fumble
Wofford's Lincoln Stewart came off the edge and knocked the ball away from Clemson QB Nick Schuessler, bringing an end to the Tigers' drive.