Fordham (4-8, 2-4 Patriot League) took a 7-0 lead when DeMorat ran it in from 3-yards with 2:03 left in the first quarter.
The Bison (3-8, 3-3) got back in it when Grayson Cherubino sacked DeMorat for a 14-yard loss and forced a fumble that Rick Mottram returned five yards for a touchdown two minutes before intermission. On the Rams' ensuing drive, Micah Dennis picked off DeMorat and returned it for a 39-yard touchdown to put Bucknell up 14-10.
With 3:17 left in the third quarter, Sneed plunged in from a yard out to end a 17-play, 99-yard drive that took seven minutes. With 5:06 left to play, Sneed sealed it with a 15-yard TD run.
Middle Tennessee, Troy schedule rare home-and-home series for this season
Middle Tennessee and Troy have scheduled a rare home-and-home series for this season.
Miami Hurricanes DE Gregory Rousseau, a top draft prospect, opts out of 2020 season
Miami Hurricanes defensive end Gregory Rousseau is opting out of the 2020 season, coach Manny Diaz said Thursday. ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. has Rousseau as the top defensive end in next year's NFL draft.
College football stars opting for NFL draft: Bateman, Parsons and more
As college football teams prepare for the 2020 season amidst the ongoing threat of the coronavirus pandemic, a few top NFL prospects are opting out of playing -- and opting for the NFL draft.
Report: Michigan's Jim Harbaugh accuses Ohio State's Ryan Day of breaking rules
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh accused Ohio State of breaking practice rules during a Big Ten coaches call on Monday, according to a report by Bucknuts.com.
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Virginia Tech's Caleb Farley, a top pro prospect, became the first NFL prospect to skip the college football season to prepare for the draft. Potential first-round picks like Rashod Bateman, Micah Parsons and Greg Rousseau have followed suit.
FSU football star Marvin Wilson calls sitting out as protest 'the easy way out'
Seminoles defensive tackle Marvin Wilson insists he never considered sitting out this season, calling it "the easy way out," and says his focus is entirely local -- both on and off the field.