#16 TCU 30, VIRGINIA, 14 – The last thing Virginia (0-2) needed after a sputtering, turnover-filled season-opening loss was to be tested by the defense that led the nation in fewest yards allowed last season.
FLORIDA STATE 19, Jacksonville State 9 – Yikes! It’s not enough the NCAA is messing with Seminole Nation, now Jacksonville State is scaring the bejeezus out of ‘em.
The Noles (1-1) needed two scores in the final 35 seconds Saturday night to avoid arguably one of the most embarrassing upsets in school history.
Ty Jones’ 1-yard touchdown run with 35 seconds left put the Seminoles ahead of lower-division Jacksonville (Ala.) State and teammate Kevin McNeil returned a fumble for a score 21 seconds later to seal the 19-9 victory.
Florida State (1-1) hasn't lost to a school in the Football Championship Subdivision (DI-AA) since a 9-0 defeat to William & Mary in 1969.