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- Georgia Southern-CCU dancing leads to penalties
- Hurricane forces Coastal Carolina to relocate
- Inaugural Myrtle Beach Bowl set for 2020 debut
- Schools in Carolinas, Virginia monitoring Florence
After players from Georgia Southern and Coastal Carolina started dancing to the song "Mo Bamba" in a show of intimidation before the fourth quarter of Saturday's game, referees issued unsportsmanlike conduct penalties to both benches.
Wesley Kennedy III ran 25 times for 129 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning TD in the third overtime, to help Georgia Southern beat Coastal Carolina 30-27 on Saturday.
Dan Ellington threw for 122 yards and a touchdown and added 128 yards rushing while two other Georgia State runners gained more than 100 as the Panthers beat Coastal Carolina 31-21 in a Sun Belt Conference battle Saturday night.
Zach Thomas passed for two touchdowns, Darrynton Evans and Marc Williams rushed for two touchdowns each and Appalachian State opened Sun Belt Conference play with a 56-37 win over Coastal Carolina on Saturday night.
Bryce Carpenter threw for 104 yards and two scores and rushed for 102 yards, Fred Payton threw for 203 yards and a touchdown and Coastal Carolina pummeled Massachusetts 62-28 in a nonconference game on Saturday afternoon.
CJ Marable had 151 all-purpose yards as Coastal Carolina romped past Norfolk State 46-7 on Saturday in the first meeting between the schools.
CJ Marable rushed for 148 yards and recorded two touchdowns to lead Coastal Carolina to a 12-7 victory over Kansas on Saturday night.
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Coastal Carolina's football team is relocating due to a hurricane for the second straight year, this time staying and training in South Carolina's Upstate region to get away from approaching Hurricane Dorian.
Mike Glass III accounted for four touchdowns as Eastern Michigan took the lead in the second half and the Eagles opened the season with a 30-23 victory over Coastal Carolina in the first meeting between the teams on Saturday afternoon.
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There's one final FBS head-coaching change, as Coastal Carolina's Joe Moglia announces he's stepping down and offensive coordinator Jamey Chadwell will take over. Moglia will remain at the school through June 2021 as chairman of athletics and have "executive authority over football," with Chadwell reporting to him. Moglia, 69, had one of the more unique careers as he coached from 1968 to 1980, became a successful business executive and then returned to football in 2009. He went 56-22 at Coastal Carolina. Chadwell coached Coastal Carolina in 2017 when Moglia was out on medical leave.