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ARMY 50, EASTERN MICHIGAN 25  BOX SCORE
Terry Baggett ran for four touchdowns -- including a 96-yard score -- and a school record 304 yards, the highest in Division I this season, as Army came back to beat Eastern Michigan 50-25 for the fifth time in six games. Baggett's performance broke Michael Wallace's mark of 269 yards set in 1999 and marked the first 300-yard rushing performance for Army, which debuted in 1890. Baggett's record performance came on 18 carries. He averaged 16.9 yards per run.
ATT YDS  TD LONG
Week 7 18 304 4 96
Season 77 750 6 96
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LOUISIANA-MONROE 21, TEXAS STATE 14  BOX SCORE
Isaiah Newsome had interception returns of 71 and 75 yards to give ULM a 14-0 lead, and helped snap the Warhawks three-game losing streak. Newsome emerged as a defensive star for the Warhawks, becoming just the second player in Sun Belt Conference history to return two interceptions for touchdowns. He also broke the Sun Belt record for interception return yardage in a single game as his pair of returns went for 146 yards and were the lone points for ULM until Donald’s decisive touchdown.
S-A-TT TFL/YDS INT/YDS TD PBU
Week 7 4-0-4 1.0/1 2/146 2 0
Season 20-8-28 3.0/3 4/175 2 2
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UNLV 39, HAWAII 37  BOX SCORE
UNLV's Nolan Kohorst kicked a 44-yard field goal as time expired to give UNLV a 39-37 win over Hawaii Saturday night. It was the senior placekicker's first career game-winning field goal.With 1:39 remaining, UNLV (4-2, 2-0 Mountain West) started on its own 26-yard line and drove 51 yards in 12 plays to get Kohorst in position to win the game with 5 seconds left on the clock. Korhost hit all four of his field goal attempts. The Rebels won their fourth consecutive game for the first time since 2000.
FGM-FGA XPM-XPA PTS LONG
Week 7 4-4 3-3 15 44
Season 7-9 23-25 44 44