2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
0-0, 1st in Southern

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Source: Georgia Tech has hired Wofford defensive coordinator Shiel Wood as safeties coach. He coached on both sides of the ball during eight total seasons (two stints) on the Wofford staff, and worked there with new Georgia Tech defensive coordinator Nate Woody.


AP FCS All-America Team

Defending national champion and top-ranked James Madison placed three players on The Associated Press FCS All-America first team, more than any other school.

Stick weighs in on North Dakota State's 42-10 win over Wofford (1:50)
NDSU's Wilson makes acrobatic 18-yard TD grab (0:30)
Wentz's TD catch puts North Dakota State on the board (0:27)
Goodson impressive in Wofford's win (2:25)
Goodson fires to Morgan for Wofford TD (0:41)
South Carolina overcomes slow start (2:17)
McCaster drives in Youngstown State's game winner in OT (0:20)
Wofford's Newman keeps it himself for 75-yard TD run (0:30)
Youngstown State scores TD off play-action pass (0:32)
Metcalf makes nifty TD grab for Ole Miss (0:33)

Watch: Wofford at No. 19 Ole Miss

Ole Miss tries to avoid its first 0-2 start since 2004. The Rebels haven't lost to an FCS team since falling to Jacksonville State in 2010. In the past two seasons, they've outscored their FCS opponents by a combined 124-3. Live on SECN/WatchESPN


Wofford LB remains hospitalized after collapse

A Wofford linebacker who collapsed on the sidelines during a game at Tennessee Tech and was rushed to the hospital remains at Cookeville Regional Medical Center after undergoing several tests.

Clemson steamrolls Wofford (0:48)

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Final from Clemson: Tigers 49, Wofford 10. Deshaun Watson looked sharp in his return from an ACL injury, completing 18-of-22 for 194 yards and 2 TDs in limited action (exited after 1st drive of 3rd quarter).


Clemson having no problems

Tyshon Dye's 1-yard TD gave the No. 12 Tigers a 28-0 lead over Wofford.


Wofford forces Clemson fumble

Wofford's Lincoln Stewart came off the edge and knocked the ball away from Clemson QB Nick Schuessler, bringing an end to the Tigers' drive.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson's Mike Williams held on to a Deshaun Watson pass for first TD of the year, but he hit the goal post in the process and was carted off the field. He waved to the crowd as he left. No official update from Clemson yet.


Mike Williams injured on TD catch

Clemson WR Mike Williams hauled in this four-yard TD pass, but was hurt when he collided with the goal post and had to be carted off.