DURHAM, N.C. -- Malcolm Bell had 388 total yards and three touchdowns as North Carolina Central beat Savannah State 33-3 on Saturday.North Carolina Central (5-2, 4-0 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) picked up its fifth straight win after opening the season 0-2.Bell, who was intercepted five times, threw for 336 yards and two scores on 28-of-38 passing. He also rushed for 52 yards and a touchdown. The senior now has 6,572 yards of total offense in his career.The Eagles racked up 422 total yards and 20 first downs while limiting Savannah State (1-4, 1-2) to 141 yards and eight first downs. The Tigers were held to 25 yards in the first half as NCCU led 19-0 at the break.Mike Jones had a 59-yard punt return in the fourth quarter to cap the scoring for the Eagles.John Barron kicked a 46-yard field goal for Savannah State. Nike Shox Gravity France . 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The flanker, who has played 65 times for France, is expected to be out for up to four months.BERLIN -- Mario Mandzukics first-half strike was enough for Bayern Munich to grind out a 1-0 win at Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga on Saturday. Mandzukic scored in the 13th minute with a fine volley from Thomas Muellers cross. "We didnt want to play nicely and celebrate football, but rather to get the second Bundesliga win of the season. We succeeded there," Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer said. The home side was left to rue a disallowed goal from Alexander Meier before the break, with TV replays showing offside was the wrong call, though the Frankfurt midfielder may have touched the ball with his hand as he headed in Johannes Flums goalward effort. "I thought our time would come, if we didnt concede the second goal. Then we got a goal, at a very good time. It was a regular goal, but the linesman was against it," Frankfurt coach Armin Veh said. Also Saturday, Hoffenheim routed Hamburger SV 5-1 in Hamburg, Wolfsburg beat Schalke 4-0, Leverkusen won 1-0 at Stuttgart, Werder Bremen beat Augsburg 1-0, and Mainz won 2-1 at Freiburg. Borussia Moenchengladbach impressed with a 3-0 win over Hannover in the late game. Max Kruse opened the scoring in the 20th, and Christoph Kramer slid in ahead of two defenders for the second in the 53rd, when Kruses attempted chip rebounded off the post. Filip Daems sealed the result with a penalty in the 66th -- his 12th successful spot-kick from 12 in the Bundesliga. "Im happy, but its over now," Moenchengladbach coach Lucien Favre said. While Bayern equaled its club record of 27 consecutive Bundesliga games without defeat set in 1989, Pep Guardiolas side was fortunate to emerge with the win. Bastian Schweinsteiger did have the chance to seal it in the 89th, but was denied by Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp. Then Srdjan Lakic rounded Manuel Neuer at the other end, only for Dante to clear off the line. Meier appeared to be hindered in the area by Jerome Boateng and Dante in injury time, but referee Peter Gagelmann waved away Frankfurts penalty claims. "Boateng pushes him in the back as hes running. Its clearly a penalty," Veh said. Bayern was more in control in the first half, when Mandzukic ensured the club scored for the 39th Bundesliga game in succession. Guardiolas influence could be seen in his sides set-up, with Schweinsteiger dropping very deep to initiatee play and Bayern engaging in a short passing game.dddddddddddd. Arjen Robben came on for Mueller in the 74th and had a goal ruled out for offside shortly afterward in what was another close call. Mario Goetze remained on the bench and will need to wait for his Bundesliga debut for Bayern. "Its never easy after the international break. We only had three days. Still, we created a lot of chances. Im happy and 100 per cent satisfied," Guardiola said. Hamburg conceded an early goal for the second time in as many games when Roberto Firmino put Hoffenheim ahead in the fifth. Rafael van der Vaart equalized from the penalty spot in the 44th but the respite was brief. Kevin Volland put the visitors back in front in the 50th, Anthony Modeste capitalized on an error from Lasse Sobiech to make it 3-1 in the 67th, and he scored again in the 75th thanks to more lax defending, before Roberto Firmino completed the rout with his second in the 78th. "The defensive play was very, very, very bad," Hamburg coach Thorsten Fink said. "That was a textbook example of how not to do it. We dont need to sugarcoat anything, but we still have to look forward and win back the fans trust." Schalke striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar struck the post in the first half, but didnt emerge for the second due to a right knee injury. Robin Knoche scored after a Wolfsburg corner in the 55th, Vieirinha made it 2-0 with a fine strike in the 61st, Naldo scored in the 67th, and Stefan Kutschke completed the scoring in injury time. "After the first goal we just fell apart, so Im not at all happy with the game," Schalke coach Jens Keller said. "Im going to work with the team on Sunday. I cant just ignore it." Stuttgart defender Daniel Schwaabs own goal in the 42nd was enough for former side Leverkusen. "Altogether we werent rewarded for our efforts. Then to lose through such a stupid own goal is of course twice as bitter," Schwaab said. Mehmet Ekici scored in the 22nd as Bremen started the season with two wins for the first time since 2006. "Its still quite clear to us that we have a difficult year ahead of us," said Bremen coach Robin Dutt. 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