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Devante Davis 13 Yd pass from Geremy Hickbottom (Miguel Mendez Kick)
Cesar Barajas 19 Yd Field Goal
CJ Russell 27 Yd Run (Miguel Mendez Kick)
Keilon Elder 1 Yd Run (Miguel Mendez Kick)
L. Skelton pass,to H. Register for 3 yds for a TD, (C. Barajas KICK)
Hunter Register 3 Yd pass from Ladarius Skelton (Martel Fontenot Kick)
Jarod Sims 1 Yd Run (Martel Fontenot Kick)
Hunter Register 5 Yd pass from Ladarius Skelton (Martel Fontenot Kick)
Geremy Hickbottom 3 Yd Run (Miguel Mendez Kick)
Jarod Sims 36 Yd Run (Martel Fontenot PAT blocked)
Vince Young headlines College Football Hall of Fame inductees
Former Texas quarterback Vince Young, along with former Notre Dame receiver Raghib Ismail and one-time Arkansas running back Darren McFadden, headlined the list of 13 players and two coaches inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
Two suspended Cornhuskers facing sexual-assault-related charges
Nebraska's Katerian LeGrone and Andre Hunt face felony charges after their arrests Tuesday. LeGrone was booked on a charge of first-degree sexual assault, and Hunt was booked on a charge of first-degree aiding and abetting sexual assault.
Utah State QB Jordan Love declares for NFL draft
Jordan Love, the No. 7-ranked draft-eligible quarterback, according to ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr., announced Tuesday that he's leaving Utah State to enter the draft.
Colorado Buffaloes receiver K.D. Nixon declares for NFL draft
Colorado junior receiver K.D. Nixon will forgo his final season of eligibility to enter the NFL draft. Nixon's move follows that of fellow receiver Laviska Shenault Jr., who announced last week that he is declaring for the draft.
Nevada players disciplined for brawl against UNLV
The Mountain West Conference has suspended DB Austin Arnold, DB Daniel Brown and DT Hausia Sekona for the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl as a result of their roles in a brawl against UNLV on Nov. 30. In addition, LB Gabriel Sewell is banned for the first half.
New Mexico to pay $825K buyout to Bob Davie
New Mexico will pay former football coach Bob Davie an $825,000 buyout over the next 30 months. School officials said the money for the Davie buyout will come from future game guarantees.