HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Justin Rohrwasser kicked a 53-yard field goal as time expired and Marshall held off Western Kentucky's late rally for 26-23 victory on Saturday.
Rohrwasser made two field goals in the second quarter, and his 43-yarder stretched the Thundering Herd's lead to 23-7 midway through the third. But Western Kentucky (5-3, 4-1 Conference USA) scored on its next three possessions with long drives, capped by Gaej Walker's 16-yard run that tied the game 23-23 with 6:19 to play.
Marshall (5-3, 3-1) had possession with 1:21 remaining when Isaiah Green began a 10-play, 51-yard drive that set up Rohrwasser's game-winning kick.
Green was 20-of-31 passing for 230 yards and threw a touchdown pass and ran for another score. Brenden Knox added 84 yards rushing on 19 carries for the Thundering Herd.
Arizona State extends coach Herm Edwards' contract through 2024
Arizona State has extended the contract of coach Herm Edwards through the 2024 season.
Former Florida State TE Tre' McKitty to join Georgia as grad transfer
Former Florida State tight end Tre' McKitty announced on social media on Monday that he intends to join Georgia as a graduate transfer for the 2020 season.
Tennessee self-reports violations including replica jersey sale
An NCAA violation involving a Tennessee player promoting a jersey sale on Facebook was among seven infractions reported by the Volunteers.
CFP director Bill Hancock gets contract extension
College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock has received a contract extension.
Burrow's expectations became reality, and he knew it all along
Joe Burrow sits down with Kirk Herbstreit to break down his Heisman-winning season and how LSU's accomplishments this year were far too expected.
Orgeron, Swinney take different approach to title game
Head coaches Ed Orgeron and Dabo Swinney have two different mentalities for LSU and Clemson heading into the National Championship game.