San Diego Athletics
SAN DIEGO 41, DAYTON 9  BOXSCORE
Wide receiver Sam Hoekstra led the Toreros to a 41-9 win against Dayton with a record-breaking performance to extend the Toreros home win streak to 11 games. Hoekstra etched his name into the USD record book with 246 receiving yards to help the Toreros earn their third consecutive win.
REC YDS TD LONG
Week 9 11 246 1 53
Season 41 617 3 53
AP Images
NO. 15 APPALACHIAN STATE 38, WESTERN CAROLINA 27  BOXSCORE
Senior linebacker Rock Williams just missed matching his career-high for tackles, as he was credited with 23 stops including eight solo stops and three for loss. Despite a loss to No. 15 Appalachian State, Williams also forced a fourth-quarter fumble for a defensive takeaway for WCU.
S-A-TT TFL-YDS SACK-YDS FF
Week 9 8-15-23 3.0-6 0.0-0 1
Season 48-51-99 3.5-14 0.5-6 4
Tennessee State Athletics
T-NO. 21 TENNESSEE STATE 22, TENNESSEE TECH 21  BOXSCORE
Tennessee State junior kicker Jamin Godfrey was a perfect 5-of-5 in lifting 21st-ranked Tennessee State to a 22-21 win against Tennessee Tech on Saturday. The five field goals made and attempted for Godfrey is a school record. His previous career-high was three field goals last season at Eastern Kentucky on Oct. 22. His fifth field goal on the day broke the school record of J.J. Flournoy, who went 4-for-4 at Austin Peay on Oct. 6, 1990. Godfrey connected from 37 and 32 yards in the first quarter, 27 and 41 yards in the second quarter and added a 22-yard field goal in the third quarter. His extra point with six seconds left won the game as well.
FG-FGA LONG XP-XPA PTS
Week 9 5-5 41 1-1 16
Season 14-17 46 27-30 69