Sam Houston wins FCS title with late TD over South Dakota State
By STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports Writer
FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Eric Schmid's third TD pass was a 10-yarder to Ife Adeyi with 16 seconds left as Sam Houston wrapped the longest and most unusual college football season with its first FCS national title.
The Bearkats beat top-seeded South Dakota State 23-21.
Jequez Ezzard caught two touchdowns for No. 2 seed Sam Houston, which finished 10-0.
He also also converted a fourth down with a catch on the final drive.
South Dakota State went ahead 21-17 on Isaiah Davis' third TD run, an 85-yarder with 5:41 left.
Davis finished with 178 yards rushing for the 8-2 Jackrabbits.