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Bowl Hopes Still Alive For Many C-USA Teams After Week 10 Games

UTEP, Middle Tennessee, and Old Dominion did just enough to pick up late wins. Those three, along with Rice, are all still mathematically eligible to qualify for a bowl game.

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Friday, November 6

UTEP 24, Rice 21: With the game tied at 21-21 entering the fourth quarter, Jay Mattox broke the tie with a 24-yard field goal with 48 seconds to play to lift the Miners. RECAP

Saturday, November 7

Florida International 48, Charlotte 31: In a matchup of two struggling teams, the Panthers jumped out to a big lead in the second quarter and kept enough distance to send the 49ers to their seventh straight loss. RECAP

Western Kentucky 35, Florida Atlantic 19: Ace Wales and D'Andre Ferby were key in helping the Tops defeat Florida Atlantic, but every touchdown for WKU came through the air as the Tops had to over come a bit of a slow start and two different deficits to stay perfect in C-USA play. RECAP

Louisiana Tech 56, North Texas 13: Kenneth Dixon rushed for 120 yards and 3 touchdowns in the first half and the Bulldogs jumped out to a 28-0 lead at halftime. Dixon ended up with a career game with 6 rushing touchdowns. RECAP

Middle Tennessee 27, Marshall 24 F/3OT: Marshall missed five field goals and still had a chance for a win, only to come up short after a blocked kick gave the Herd its first road loss in conference in over two years. RECAP

Old Dominion 36, Texas San Antonio 31: UTSA did a solid job of containing ODU running back Ray Lawry, but it was not enough, as a late touchdown by the Monarchs was too much to overcome for the Roadrunners, who fall to 1-8 on the season. RECAP