Vershon Moore ran for two touchdowns and caught another Saturday, leading No. 18-ranked Washburn to a 28-19 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association football win over Central Oklahoma in Topeka, Kan.
Moore, a junior running back out of Midwest City, helped the Ichabods (4-0) recover from a seven-point deficit with 1- and 5-yard runs. He added a 40-yard TD catch from Mitch Buhler.
UCO running back Joshua Birmingham ran for 69 yards and a touchdown. Quarterback Adrian Nelson threw for 318 yards, including a 34-yard TD pass to Marquez Clark in the first quarter that gave the Bronchos (0-4) a 7-0 lead. Clark finished with seven catches for 125 yards.
The Central Oklahoma defense had its best game of the season, limiting Washburn to 396 total yards. It was the also the first game this season the Bronchos allowed fewer than 52 points in a game.
HARDING MASHES SNU
Harding rolled up 650 yards of offense, including 505 by rush, during its 63-21 Great American Conference victory over Southern Nazarene in Searcy, Ark.
Alapeti Magalei and Ron Westbrook ran for two touchdowns each for Harding, which used 13 different ball carriers. The Bison improved to 2-1.
Trey Hills threw for 176 yards and a touchdown for Southern Nazarene (0-4). Chris Hunter added 121 yards and two TDs rushing.
DEMONS SINK LANGSTON
Zach Adkins threw for 273 yards and three touchdowns as Northwestern (La.) bounced Langston 37-0 in Natchitoches, La. Northwestern (3-2) limited Langston (0-4) to 122 total yards. It was the second time Langston has been shut out this season.
STENTA LEADS SOUTHWESTERN WIN
Southwestern State quarterback Dustin Stenta threw for two touchdowns, and the Bulldogs defeated Arkansas-Monticello 35-17 at Fast Lane Field in Weatherford.
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