A 21-point fourth quarter and a big day from star running back Tre Frederick spurred Randolph-Macon past visiting Averett Saturday, 30-27.
Frederick rushed 29 times for 198 yards and a touchdown. Jordan Foster caught two balls for 85 yards and a pair of touchdowns for the Yellow Jackets (1-1).
Averett (1-1) led 6-3 after the first quarter, 20-9 at halftime and 27-9 going into the fourth quarter. Then Foster and Frederick took control, scoring their three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to give R-MC its first win of the season in dramatic fashion.
R-MC quarterback Burke Estes was 13 of 20 for 250 yards with three touchdowns and a pick.
William & Mary 38, Colgate 10: Behind 108 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries from running back Owen Wright, the Tribe treated fans at Zable Stadium to a comfortable victory over Colgate.
W&M (2-1) jumped out to a 17-0 lead in the first quarter, and cruised the rest of the way.
Quarterback Hollis Mathis was 11 of 19 for 189 yards with a touchdown and an interception.
Liberty 35, Buffalo 17: The Flames got their first win of the season over the visiting Bulls on the strength of quarterback Stephen Calvert, who finished 23 of 30 for 325 yards and four touchdowns.
A 21-point second quarter put the game to away quickly for the Flames (2-1).
Virginia State 35, UNC Pembroke 16: The Trojans bested the visiting Braves behind a pair of 100-yard rushers.
Darius Hagans was the leading rusher for VSU (1-1), he gained 134 yards on 12 carries and found the endzone once. Deme Strickland added 121 yards and a score.
Quarterback Cordelral Cook was 7 of 16 passing for 90 yards and a touchdown.
He also rushed for a score, as did running back Toure Wallace (8 carries, 52 yards).
Lenoir-Rhyne 28, Virginia Union 11: The visiting Bears downed the Panthers behind a collective rushing attack that netted 223 yards and three touchdowns.
VUU (1-1) quarterback Khalid Morris finished 16 of 31 for 222 yards but threw a pair of interceptions. The Panthers’ undoing was their inability to get going on the ground — they amassed just 65 rushing yards on 30 carries.
Hampden-Sydney 27, Christopher Newport 24: Clay Vick’s 4-yard touchdown pass to Dillon Costello in overtime gave the Tigers a victory over the host Captains.
The Captains (0-2) kicked a field goal on the first drive of OT before the Tigers (1-1) sealed the victory.
Vick finished 27 of 49 for 203 yards, but was picked off four times.
CNU’s Cole Blais caught seven passes for 101 yards and a touchdown.
Hampton 41, Howard 20
Shenandoah 35, N.C. Wesleyan 19
Ferrum 55, Greensboro 7
Guilford 19, Methodist 14
Washington and Lee 42, Sewanee 7
Coastal Carolina 46, Norfolk State 7
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Tennessee Tech 31, UVA-Wise 14
Bridgewater 37, Stevenson 22
Savannah State 60, Va.-Lynchburg 21
Pikeville 48, Bluefield 6