ATLANTA — Sean Murray kicked a 31-yard field goal to tie the score as time expired in regulation and kicked the winning 30-yarder in overtime as St. Francis (Ill.) beat Georgia State 30-27 Saturday.
St. Francis, an NAIA team, erased a 10-point deficit with 5:05 left in regulation.
Georgia State failed to score on its overtime possession when Matt Ehasz missed a 47-yard field goal.
FURMAN 20, APPALACHIAN STATE 10
In Greenville, S.C., Chris Forcier recorded 288 all-purpose yards to lead Furman over Appalachian State.
Forcier finished with 224 yards on 9 of 16 passing for Furman.
CHATTANOOGA 24, SAMFORD 9
In Birmingham, Ala., Wes Dothard returned a fumble 43 yards for a touchdown, highlighting a strong defensive outing for Chattanooga in a win over Samford.
STONY BROOK 50, CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 31
In Charleston, S.C., Miguel Maysonet set a Stony Brook record for rushing touchdowns and the Seawolves earned their school record sixth consecutive win.
WOFFORD 42, WESTERN CAROLINA 24
In Cullowhee, N.C., Wofford rushed for six touchdowns and 500 yards – the most in a single game since 1999 – in a win over Western Carolina.
COASTAL CAROLINA 15, PRESBYTERIAN 8
In Conway, S.C., Jamie Childers connected with DeMario Bennett on a 45-yard TD pass with 4:44 left in the game to give Coastal Carolina a victory over Presbyterian.