Cornell Athletics
CORNELL 41, MONMOUTH 38  BOXSCORE
Senior Chris Amrhein, playing in place of injured Jeff Mathews, completed 33 of 56 passes for 523 yards and a touchdown without a turnover. His yardage total ranked second all-time in a single game at Cornell, behind only Mathews' 548-yard effort in last season's finale at Penn. It is also the third-highest total in Ivy League history.
C-A-I YARDS TD LONG
Week 7 33-56-0 523 1 45
Season 33-56-0 523 1 45
Indiana State Athletics
INDIANA STATE 17, NO. 1 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 14  BOXSCORE
Johnny Towalid set a school record with two interception returns for touchdowns against No. 1 North Dakota State. Towalid staked the Sycamores to a 10-3 advantage in the second quarter with a 27-yard interception return for a score and then gave the Sycamores a 17-6 advantage early in the fourth quarter with a 31-yard TD. His first interception broke a string of 141 consecutive passes without having one picked off by NDSU quarterback Brock Jensen. Towalid is the first Sycamore to record two interception returns for touchdowns in a single game and now has three for his career, tying the Sycamore school record also held by John Karazsia set between 1970 and 1972.
S-A-TT INT-YDS PBU TD
Week 7 2-4-6 2-58 1 2
Season 7-18-25 4-58 7 2
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MISSOURI STATE 27, SOUTH DAKOTA 24  BOXSCORE
Austin Witmer's 33-yard field goal as time expired capped Missouri State's fourth-quarter comeback and handed the Bears a 27-24 victory against South Dakota Saturday afternoon at Plaster Field. The Bears, who trailed 21-3 at halftime, scored 17 points in the final five-and-a-half minutes of regulation to post their first win of the 2012 season in dramatic fashion. Missouri State, which entered play Saturday without having scored a single fourth-quarter point in its first six games this season, mustered just 283 yards of total offense on the day, with 173 in the final period.
FG-FGA XP-XPA LONG PTS
Week 7 2-2 3-3 47 9
Season 9-12 9-10 47 36