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Duquesne Buffalo 38 - Dukes 28 0-1 NEC 0-0 at Youngstown State

Buffalo Bulls Squeak by Duquesne Dukes in 2014 Opener - Bull Run
Saturday afternoon's season opener saw the UB Bulls start the season as you'd expect against the FCS Duquesne Dukes, using a heavy dosage of Anthone Taylor and Devin Campbell to march down the field on their first drive before TE Matt Weiser got entirely lost behind the Duquesne secondary, hauling in a 41-yard touchdown pass from Joe Licata. After a quick defensive stand, the Bulls' next drive was interrupted by a 44-minute lightning delay that sent the entire crowd to the concourses. UB took only three plays post-delay to score again, this time on an 11-yard run by Anthone Taylor.

Army Bye 0-0 FBS IND 0-0 vs Buffalo

Inside Army Football Blog | From the Hudson Valley Media Group.
Senior quarterback Angel Santiago will start his second straight season opener when Army hosts Buffalo on Sept. 6 at Michie Stadium. There’s been plenty of change at West Point since Santiago led Army to a 28-12 win over Morgan State last August. The Black Knights have a new coaching staff and a new attitude under Jeff Monken.

Baylor Baylor 45 - SMU 0 1-0 B12 0-0 vs Northwestern State

Baylor Bears Blank SMU Ponies 45-0 - Our Daily Bears
Art Briles said at Big 12 Media Days that the defensive line would be one of the best in the country this year. He stood by his claim the rest of the preseason. Tonight, as McLane Stadium was christened and injuries mounted on the other side of the ball, the key factor was the dominance of the defensive line. 60 minutes, 9 sacks and -24 yards rushing later and Baylor has its first shutout against an FBS team since 1995. Not a bad way to open up the Palace on the Brazos ...

Norfolk St. Maine 10 - Norfolk 6 0-1 MEAC 0-0 vs Liberty

NSU notes | One game in and still looking for right QB | HamptonRoads.com | PilotOnline.com
Adrian used all three of his healthy quarterbacks in Saturday's 10-6 season-opening loss at Maine, and none of them was particularly impressive. Starter Malik Stokes, a junior, completed 4 of 9 passes for 28 yards and struggled with his accuracy all night.

Miami Miami 27 - Marshall 42 0-0 MAC 0-0 vs EKU

Miami RedHawks vs. Marshall Thundering Herd Final Score: 42-27 - Hustle Belt
Nobody, including myself, gave Miami any kind of chance to be competitive in season-opener with Marshall Saturday afternoon. Marshall is a front-runner to win Conference USA, and potentially run the table based on their strength of schedule (or lack-thereof). But through a sheer force of will and determination, Miami battled back, cutting a 25-point halftime deficit down to just once score late in the fourth, before ultimately succumbing to Marshall's superior firepower and falling 42-27.

BGSU Bowling Green 31 - WKU 59 0-1 MAC 0-0 vs VMI

FalconBlog--Triumphs and Trials in the BGSU Falcon Nation: Complete Disaster
BG's defense was completely unprepared for this game. They were awful at tackling, played soft in coverage and yet still had people wide open. The defense made no adjustments. No press coverage, no adjustment to cover the middle of the field that was wide open all night. No pressure. It was an easy night for WKU's offense and they totally made BG pay. In fact, WKU had a couple of drops, too. There is no other way to put it...WKU humiliated the Falcons tonight.

EMU EMU 31 - Morgan 28 1-0 MAC 0-0 at Florida

EMU 31, Morgan State 28 - Eagle Totem Eagle Totem
In a new head coach’s first game, it seems natural to draw comparison to the prior head coach, and the previous season. Last year after the narrow season-opening win over Howard, I wrote that if there are moral victories, there must also be moral losses, and if so, that was one. If a narrow win over Howard was a moral loss, how much more so a narrow win over Morgan State, the team expected to finish last in the same conference?

CMU CMU 20 - Chattanooga 16 1-0 MAC 0-0 at Purdue

Central Michigan Chippewas vs. Chattanooga Mocs Recap: Chippewas Win 20-16 - Hustle Belt
The Chattanooga Mocs had upset on their mind coming into the half, after scoring 16 unanswered points in the first half. That all changed with a Jesse Kroll touchdown reception with just under two minutes to go in the second quarter. After that, it was all Central Michigan, as the Chips went on to score 13 points in the third quarter, while stifling the Mocs' offense with gusto, winning 20-16.

Ohio Kent 14 - Ohio 17 1-0 MAC 1-0 at Kentucky

BobcatAttack.com - For Fans of Ohio University Sports
Josiah Yazdani connected on a 44-yard field goal as time expired and Ohio overcame four second-half lost fumbles to defeat Kent State, 17-14, in its season opener Saturday at Dix Stadium.

Akron Akron 41 - Howard 0 1-0 MAC 0-0 at Penn State

Akron Zips vs. Howard Bison Final Score: Zips Beat Bison 41-0 - Hustle Belt
Akron zipped out of the gate (pun intended) to a quick 21-0 lead against the Howard Bison Thursday night, and never looked back, riding it all the way to a 41-0 win to open their season. Kyle Pohl was the hero of the night, going 22-for-35 for 204 yards and four touchdowns, and adding 40 yards on the ground. The junior starting quarterback started the game off four for five, with three touchdowns to three different receivers, signalling that Akron was ready to roll from the opening whistle.

Kent Kent 14 - Ohio 17 0-1 MAC 0-1 vs South Alabama

Ohio Bobcats vs.Kent State Golden Flashes Recap: 17-14 - Hustle Belt
The Bobcats scored first on their second drive, thanks to two big receptions from Brendan Cope and Landon Smith. Kent State quarterback Colin Reardon responded by marching down the field and completing four passes, three for first downs and one for a touchdown.

UMass UMass 7- BC 30 0-1 MAC 0-0 vs Colorado

Boston College 30, UMass 7: Murphy Leads Eagles To First Win - BC Interruption
BC absolutely dominated the line of scrimmage against UMass leading to 338 rushing yards. At halftime though, many BC were nervous because, despite controlling the game, the Eagles only managed a 6 point lead. Penalties, the one turnover, and Murphy making some poor decisions on the final drive of the half, lead to only the 6 point lead.