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Calumet College Drops introductory: Jonathan Flemings ran 14 times for 133 yards and two touchdowns, but Calumet College fell 34-28 in overtime against the St. Mary of the Woods Saturday night in their first-ever fastball game at Crimson Wave at Ray P. Gallivan Stadium in Whiting. Blaze Cano threw a TD pass and Elijah Antos added a touchdown run for Calumet, who went 28-8 in the second quarter before Pomeroys sprinted. Crimson Wave returns to play on Saturday against Midway at home. The match is scheduled to start at 7 pm

Huskies enter the top 25: Washington appeared in her first season in Associated Press college football at number 18 and Pennsylvania and Oregon moved into the top 15 with all three crucial non-conference victories. A blast-packed weekend by highly-rated teams kept the top ten virtually unchanged. The number one Georgia garnered six more votes at number one on the AP’s Top 25 list. The Bulldog had 59 first-place votes and 1,569 points. Alabama No. 2 got three first place votes and Ohio No. 3 got one. Penn State jumped eight places to 14th after Auburn and Oregon moved 10th to 15th with a win over BU. Washington beat former-seeded Michigan State to earn a ranking for the first time since the 2021 pre-season poll.

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