HUNTSVILLE, Texas -- Eric Schmid threw for all four of his touchdowns in the opening 23 minutes during a 27-0 run and Sam Houston cruised past Houston Baptist 37-14 on Saturday.
Chandler Harvin had scoring grabs of 10, 38 and 50 yards, and finished with 13 catches for 188 yards. Schmid completed 34-of-57 passes for 420 yards with one interception.
Donovan Williams added a 2-yard rushing touchdown for Sam Houston (7-5, 6-3 Southland). The Bearkats secured a winning season for the 10th straight season, a program high, despite losing five games by a combined 22 points.
Sam Houston ends the decade with 99 wins, second to North Dakota State (132) in the FCS.
McCall, Coastal Carolina beat Campbell for 2-0 start
Grayson McCall threw for 273 yards and two touchdowns in his second career start and Coastal Carolina beat Campbell 43-21 on Friday night.
Pac-12 CEOs to decide on season start Thursday; would be before Jan. 1
While it was not expected but not ruled out, the Pac-12 CEO Group did not vote on a plan for how to start its football season during a Friday meeting and instead says it will make a decision Thursday.
Colorado football team goes on 100-player hike; ops director ticketed
The Colorado football team's 100-player mountain hike has earned director of football operations Bryan McGinnis a ticket for violating a public health order by local officials.
Alabama's Nick Saban says Big Ten's return to play 'good for game,' but comparing teams in '20 will be 'hardest thing'
Alabama coach Nick Saban said the Big Ten's decision to play this fall is a win for college football, but he said the tricky part would be comparing teams when they're not playing the same number of games.
Offensive lineman Jalen Mayfield opts back in for Michigan Wolverines
Jalen Mayfield, who was the Wolverines' only returning offensive lineman before opting out of the 2020 season, has decided to play now that the Big Ten is starting the football season in October.
Minnesota Golden Gophers' Rashod Bateman re-enrolls, hopes for waiver to play this season
Minnesota wide receiver Rashod Bateman, Mel Kiper's No. 10 overall prospect for the 2021 NFL draft, has re-enrolled in school and hopes for an NCAA waiver to allow him to play this season. Bateman opted out last month over COVID-19 concerns.