Cashion's Cayden Cochran leads Valdosta State to blowout, Beau Blankenship shines again to head out-of-state performers
BY RYAN ABER
Cashion’s Cayden Cochran ran for 70 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 173 yards and a score in Valdosta State’s 58-10 win over Edward Waters.
Early in the second quarter, Cochran broke off a 59-yard run.
Ohio kept its hopes of being a BCS buster alive with a 37-34 win over UMass at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
Former Norman North standout Beau Blankenship ran for a career-high 269 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the win. Both of Blankenship’s touchdowns came in the fourth quarter. The first tied the game while the second put Ohio ahead by 10.
Blankenship tied a school records with 43 carries and his 269 yards is the third-highest in school history.
After missing last week’s game, Norman North’s Tyler Tettleton threw for 229 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Tettleton has not thrown an interception in 156 attempts dating back to last year.
Guthrie’s Donte’ Foster had four catches for 55 yards.
Sam Houston State didn’t need huge numbers out of Midwest City product Timothy Flanders in a 50-6 win over Texas Southern.
Flanders had 10 carries for 49 yards and caught two passes for six yards in the win.
Millwood’s Josh Turner had seven tackles, four solo, in Texas’ 41-36 win over Oklahoma State.
Tulsa Central’s Demarco Cobbs had three tackles for the Longhorns, getting the start at SLB.
Carl Albert’s Christian Smith had two tackles and a pass breakup and Jenks’ Orion Jones had a tackle for a loss in Toledo’s 37-17 win over Western Michigan.
Lawton’s Cornelius Douglas had two interceptions and three tackles as Texas Tech’s surprising defense helped the Red Raiders to a 24-13 win over Iowa State.
Douglas returned his second interception 40 yards to the Iowa State 9 with the Red Raiders up by one. Two plays later, Texas Tech extended the lead.
Carl Albert’s Tre’ Porter had four tackles and a pass breakup
Owasso’s Jacques Washington led Iowa State with 12 tackles and had an interception.
Millwood’s Davion Pierson, making the start at defensive tackle, had three tackles in TCU’s 24-16 win over SMU.
Former Jenks quarterback Sawyer Kollmorgen threw for 213 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Northern Iowa’s 33-21 loss to North Dakota State.
Del City’s Tim Clark had a pair of tackles.
Carl Albert’s Joe Stoner had three tackles and a 47-yard fumble return as New Mexico nearly pulled off an upset of Boise State before falling 32-29.
Midway through the fourth quarter, Stoner picked up the fumble and returned it to the Boise State 1. Two plays later, New Mexico scored to pull to within three. The fumble recovery was Stoner’s seventh of his career.
Lawton’s Tyrequek Zimmerman had eight tackles, Oregon State’s 38-35 win over Arizona.
Tulsa Washington’s Michael Doctor added two tackles.
Douglass’ Cayman Bundage had a tackle for Arizona.
Lincoln Christian’s Roman Wilson had a 44-yard touchdown reception early in the fourth quarter of Princeton’s 33-6 win over Columbia.
Wilson had three catches for 73 yards.
Tulsa Kelley’s Mark Hayes had a six-yard reception.
Edmond Santa Fe’s Brian Mills had two tackles.
Muskogee’s Vernon Scott ran for 26 yards in Missouri State’s 17-7 loss to South Dakota State.
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