David Sinclair/Franklin & Marshall Athletics
FRANKLIN & MARSHALL 14, NO. 9 JOHNS HOPKINS  BOX SCORE
E.J. Schneider tossed a pair of touchdowns and finished with 189 yards on 20 of 28 passing to lead Franklin & Mashall to an upset victory against No. 9 Johns Hopkins. The 14-12 victory helped the Diplomats improve to 7-2 on the year as Schneider carried the offensive load, also adding another 86 yards rushing to push F&M ahead early and the defense made it hold up. Read the full story by clicking here
COMP-ATT-INT YD TD RUSH
Week 10 20-28-0 189 2 86
Season 187-281-10 2,193 17 323
Mary Hardin-Baylor Athletics
NO. 2 MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR 54, EAST TEXAS BAPTIST 20  BOX SCORE
Like he has the past three-plus years, Jones led the Mary Hardin-Baylor defense as it raced past East Texas Baptist and remained undefeated at 9-0. In the process, he added 13 tackles and became the American Southwest Conference's all-time tackles leader with 416, the highest active total in Division III. To make the day even more memorable, he added two interception returns for touchdowns, including taking one back 92 yards. 
S-A-TT SACK-YDS INT-YDS-TD FF
Week 10 6-7-13 1.0-6 2-116-2 1
Season 38-46-84 2.5-18 5-144-2 2
Washington & Lee Athletics
WASHINGTON & LEE 45, HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 42 (4OT)   BOXSCORE
Luke Heinsohn pulled double duty as he pushed Washington & Lee to a four-overtime victory Saturday. The nation's No. 16-ranked running back at 125.9 yards per game, he racked up 192 yards and four touchdowns on the ground, but it was his 37-yard field in the fourth OT that clinched the victory -- only his second field-goal attempt of the season for the 7-2 Generals. He scored 31 total points, adding four extra points as well and now has 174 points on the season. 
FG-FGA LONG XP POINTS
Week 10 1-1 37 4-5 7
Season 2-2 37 42-45 48