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Charlotte has named Mike Hill as its next athletic director. Hill currently serves as an executive associate athletics director for external affairs at Florida and will begin his work with the 49ers on March 15.
Jason Driskel completed 18 of 22 passes for 245 yards and two touchdowns and Devin Singletary ran for 108 yards and two scores as Florida Atlantic wrapped up an unbeaten Conference USA season with a 31-12 victory over Charlotte on Saturday.
Ito Smith ran for three touchdowns, Kelsey Douglas returned two interceptions into the end zone and Southern Mississippi beat Charlotte 66-21 on Saturday.
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OK, so it's no surprise to see a pair of former MVPs in Cam Newton and Tom Brady. But rookie C.J. Beathard landed in third with the best performance of his young career, while Case Keenum paced the league by a comfortable margin.
Brent Stockstill threw for 255 yards and three touchdowns to become Middle Tennessee's all-time passing leader, Tavares Thomas ran for two scores, and the Blue Raiders beat Charlotte 35-21 on Saturday.
Nick Rice kicked a pair of field goals for the only points in the game as Old Dominion shut out Charlotte 6-0 on Saturday afternoon.
Hasaan Klugh ran for a touchdown in overtime then caught the 2-point conversion on a flea flicker to lift Charlotte to its first win of the season, 25-24 over UAB on Saturday night.
Mike White tied a career high with five touchdowns passing and ran for one to lead Western Kentucky past struggling Charlotte 45-14 on Saturday.
Chase Litton threw two touchdown passes to Tyre Brady and Marshall beat Charlotte 14-3 on Saturday for the 49ers' sixth straight loss.
Alex McGough threw for one touchdown and ran for two more to spark Florida International's come-from-behind, 30-29 victory over Charlotte Saturday night in a home opener delayed by Hurricane Irma.
Franklin McCain returned an interception 74 yards for a touchdown with 24 seconds left and North Carolina A&T defeated Charlotte 35-31 on Saturday night.
Kendall Adams scored two defensive touchdowns in the first half to propel No. 19 Kansas State to a 55-7 victory over Charlotte on Saturday.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Kansas State safety Kendall Adams has outscored Charlotte by himself with a 30-yard pick six and a 46-yard fumble return TD. Wildcats lead at the half, 38-7.