LAFAYETTE, La. -- Andre Nunez threw for 232 yards and a touchdown in his first start for Louisiana, and the Ragin' Cajuns beat Texas State 24-7 on Thursday night.
Nunez, a junior walk-on from Iowa Western Community College, threw a lofted pass to Keenan Barnes in the corner of the end zone for an 8-yard score to cap the scoring with 10 minutes left in the fourth quarter.
Freshman Trey Ragas rushed for 73 yards and two touchdowns for Louisiana (3-3, 2-1 Sun Belt).
Ragas opened the scoring on Louisiana's first possession of the game by breaking two tackles on an 11-yard run up the middle. Two plays later, LaLaf Damar'ren Mitchell recovered a Texas State fumble near midfield and Ragas powered it in from the 2 for a 14-0 lead.
Texas State (1-6, 0-3) backup quarterback Willie Jones III threw for 197 yards and added 58 yards on the ground.
FSU's Janarius Robinson said it looked like "someone dropped a nuclear bomb on us" when asked to describe what he saw upon returning home after Hurricane Michael.
Miami coach Mark Richt said Wednesday he will go back to Malik Rosier as his starting quarterback when the Hurricanes come off their bye week to play Boston College.
Butch Jones, the former Tennessee coach who has been assisting Alabama OC Mike Locksley this season, will serve as an analyst for Saturday's game vs. the Vols.
Oregon is rolling now, but a late-game collapse against Stanford and weak nonconference slate will likely doom its -- and the Pac-12's -- CFP chances.
Todd McShay says the best thing for Nick Bosa is to focus on rehab and preparing for the NFL draft.
University of Alabama running back Josh Jacobs couldn't help himself. Everyone knows that the tradition in the Third Saturday of October rivalry is for the winning side to break out victory cigars, which the Crimson Tide has done 11 straight times.