North Central (Ill.) Athletics
NO. 10 NORTH CENTRAL (ILL.) 58, NORTH PARK 17  BOX SCORE
Offensive line starters John Hosey, Adam Trybula, John Cannova, Joe Guenther and Greg Whalen helped North Central (Ill.) jump to a 37-3 halftime lead before cruising to the 58-17 victory against North Park. The Cardinals posted 474 rushing yards on the day, the third-highest total in school history and the most since 1991. A total of nine Cardinals rushed for a least 15 yards behind the impressive front, with two players -- Jordan Tassio (112) and Ryan Kent (103) -- topping the century mark. In 52 total rushes, the Cardinals had just four negative yards while averaging 9.1 yards per rush. The offensive line also protected QB Spencer Stanek by not allowing a sack as he threw for 116 yards and score, giving North Central the ninth-highest total offense mark in school history.   
RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE TD
Week 7 474 116 590 7
Season 1,444 1,240 2,684 30
Mount Union Athletics
NO. 1 MOUNT UNION 62, CAPITAL 0  BOX SCORE
Isaiah Scott posted a pair of touchdowns on interception returns as No. 1 Mount Union rolled to its fifth consecutive shutout with a 62-0 victory against Capital. The streak is one off the school record of six shutouts in a row in 2007. Behind Scott, who returned picks 84 and 40 yards for scores, the Purple Raiders allowed just 107 total yards on the day, including just 37 yards passing. The Mount Union D also had two sacks and forced two a pair of fumbles with Joshua Scott, Isaiah's brother, recovering one.  
S-A-TT TFL-YDS INT-YDS-TD PBU
Week 7 1-1-2 0-0 2-124-2 0
Season 17-3-20 2-7 3-155-2  4
Bill McNeice/Salve Regina Athletics
SALVE REGINA 37, CURRY 33  BOXSCORE
Sophomore Phil Terio's 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown came early in the first quarter but was needed as Salve Regina came from behind to win by four against Curry. He averaged 40.0 yards per return on three KORs and added the score, his sixth non-offensive touchdown of the season. He also has four interception return touchdowns -- an NCAA record for a season -- and a punt return touchdown this fall. He also found time to record seven tackles, two pass breakups and an interception to stop Curry's last drive of the game. 
KOR-YDS LONG AVG TD
Week 7 3-120 93 40.0 1
Season 12-361 93 30.1 1