Isaiah Lynn’s goal-line stuff helped Presbyterian College knock off No. 22/23 Charleston Southern 7-3 on Saturday.
Lynn, the former Great Falls Red Devil, blew up a Charleston Southern running play early in the fourth quarter to force a 22-yard field goal, which the Bucs promptly missed. Lynn made six tackles, including two for a loss and a sack, and also broke up a pass, part of a dominant defensive effort by the Blue Hose, which beat a ranked team on the road for the first time in school history.
Indian Land’s Breyon Williams made a tackle for Presbyterian in the win.
• Northwestern’s O’Daryl Davis-Douglas was named the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference’s Defensive Athlete of the Week for his performance against Scott Community College on Oct. 11.
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Freshman cornerback Davis-Douglas made six solo tackles. Along with the tackles, he broke up three passes and picked off one for his first interception of the season, as well as blocking a field goal attempt.
• Former Chester Cyclones Terrance Morris had a big game for Wofford, as the Terriers beat Samford 24-20. Morris, a true freshman linebacker, made five tackles, including a sack for a two-yard loss, and forced a fumble in the first quarter to help Wofford to a 10-0 early lead.
• Gerald Dixon, the former South Pointe standout, made six tackles and broke up a pass for South Carolina during its 41-10 win over Furman on Saturday. Dixon’s fellow South Pointe teammate, Landon Ard, has regained his starting job on kickoffs and blasted six of eight for touchbacks on Saturday.
• Kalon Davis started at right tackle for Clemson during its 17-13 win over Boston College. Davis, the former Chester Cyclone, was joined on the offensive line by former Northwestern standout Rod Byers, who has switched to offensive line from his normal defensive end spot.
• It was a rough day at the office for Northwestern’s Justin Worley on Saturday. Ole Miss beat Tennessee 34-3, intercepting Worley three times and sacking him seven. He did complete 19 of 34 passes in the loss.
• Former Great Falls Red Devil Alstevis Squirewell made 11 tackles and forced a fumble during Newberry’s 23-10 loss to Division II No. 5 Lenoir-Rhyne. York’s Corey Dover added three tackles to the Wolves’ defensive effort.
• Rock Hill’s Jamal Tyler was held to nine yards rushing on six carries, but caught a touchdown pass in Pittsburg State’s 35-17 win over Northwestern Missouri.
Tyler caught a 24-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter that put the Gorillas up 35-17.
• Northwestern’s Keon Stowers made three tackles, but the Kansas Jayhawks lost 34-21 to Texas Tech.
• The Citadel fell 34-14 to Chattanooga Saturday, even as former Clover quarterback Aaron Miller rushed for 61 yards and a touchdown, and threw for 38 yards and another score. Rock Hill’s Mitchell Jeter made one tackle for a two-yard loss.
• South Pointe’s Anthony Johnson made three catches for 52 yards but Butler Community College fell to Coffeyville Community College 37-34 on Saturday. York’s Chad Hill had a nice game defensively, making nine tackles, with one for a loss.
• Northwestern’s Jerel Miller made three tackles in Johnson C. Smith’s 34-14 loss to Fayetteville State.
• South Pointe’s Rodney Nichols picked off his second pass in as many weeks as Benedictine (Ill.) College beat Aurora 26-0. Nichols added a tackle in the win.
• South Pointe’s Devin Starnes made six tackles, but Tusculum College fell 55-35 to 18th-ranked Carson-Newman.
• Fort Mill’s Tony Godbolt made 12 tackles and broke up two passes but North Greenville fell to Mars Hill 30-27.
• Fort Mill’s Nick Raszeja made six tackles, including a half-tackle for a one-yard loss in LaGrange (Ga.) College’s 73-28 loss to Methodist.