TERRE HAUTE – Shakir Bell rushed for a school-record 349 yards and two touchdowns as Indiana State defeated Drake 27-10 Saturday.
Bell, who led the nation in rushing last season, broke off a 60-yard touchdown run midway through the third quarter to break a 10-10 tie, and added a 48-yard score with 2:56 left in the period for the Sycamores (2-1).
Bell held the previous single-game rushing record of 256 yards set last year against Youngstown State.
He now has 610 yards rushing in three games this season.
Mike Piatkowski completed 31 of 53 passes for 329 yards and a touchdown for Drake (1-2).
His 7-yard pass to Nick Rosa in the first quarter gave the Bulldogs a 10-7 lead.
Piatkowski needs just 30 more yards to become Drakes all-time leader in passing.
CONCORDIA (WIS.) 13, TRINE 10: The Thunder fell to 1-2 with the road loss.
Trine led 7-0 on a punt return score by Caleb Nitz.
Tyler Keck had a 24-yard field goal in the third to tie the score at 10, but Concordia (1-2) had a field goal of its own later in the third.
The Thunder had only 140 yards of total offense.
Ryan Hargraves threw for 114 yards but had two interceptions.
Myron Puryear had 10 solo tackles to lead the Thunder defense.
FRANKLIN 48, MANCHESTER 27: The host Spartans remained winless as they gave up 550 yards of offense to the Grizzlies.
Manchester (0-3, 0-1 HCAC) surrendered 357 passing yards to Franklins Jonny West.
Nick Williams ran for two touchdowns for Manchester.
Williams was 13 of 21 for 168 yards, and Logan Haston was 11 of 16 for 119 yards and a touchdown.
DUQUESNE 45, VALPARAISO 17: In Valparaiso, Larry McCoy scored three touchdowns and tied a school record with his 21st career 100-yard game as Duquesne rallied from a 10-point first-quarter deficit.
McCoy, who tied the record set by Donte Small from 1998 to 2001, rushed for 171 yards and scored on runs of 28, 19 and 6 yards.
Sean Patterson completed 20 of 25 passes for 260 yards and two touchdowns for the Dukes (2-1).
Valparaiso (0-3) had 176 yards of offense in the first quarter but finished with just 291 compared with 546 for Duquesne.
Eric Hoffman was 22 of 38 for 224 yards and a TD for the Crusaders but was intercepted three times. He also rushed for a touchdown.
Serge Kona had two of the interceptions for Duquesne, which held Valparaiso scoreless on its last 11 possessions.