Western Kentucky 36, Arkansas State 35 (OT): Derrius Brooks ran in a two-point conversion in overtime to lift visiting Western Kentucky.
In extra time, Arkansas State (4-6, 4-3 Sun Belt) scored on its first play, a 25-yard run by Ryan Aplin to take the lead.
The Hilltoppers (2-8, 2-4) then scored on a 3-yard run by Bobby Rainey to set up the winning conversion.
Arkansas State's Ryan Aplin threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more as the Red Wolves took a 28-21 lead with 2:30 remaining.
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A bad ASU snap in punt formation gave the Hilltoppers possession at Red Wolves' 22 with 54 seconds left.
WKU's Willie McNeal caught a 7-yard pass from Kawaun Jakes on the final play and Casey Tinius kicked the extra point to tie the score and force overtime.
Rainey ran for 146 yards and scored two touchdowns. Jakes ran for one score and passed for two others.
Georgetown 24, Belhaven 19: Kaelin Ammons passed for 118 yards and two touchdowns, and host Georgetown won on Senior Day to wrap up a post-season bid.
The Tigers (8-2, 6-0 Mid-South) will learn their first-round NAIA opponent on Sunday.
"We are going to the playoffs ... I think our best games are in front of us," said Georgetown Coach Bill Cronin.
Thomas More 33, Mount St. Joseph 0: Freshman running back Domonique Hayden, a Lexington Christian graduate, ran for 157 yards and a touchdown, and host Thomas More (10-0) capped its fifth undefeated regular season in the program's 21-year history.
The Saints' first-round opponent in the NCAA Division III playoffs will be revealed Sunday.
Morehead State 37, Valparaiso 15: Desmond Cox ran for two touchdowns, and host Morehead State's defense shut down Valparaiso. The Eagles (4-6, 3-4 Pioneer Football League) scored the first 24 points, capped by Cox's 2-yard run with 11:25 left in the third quarter.
The Eagles finished with 609 yards of total offense, compared with 124 by Valparaiso (0-11, 0-8), which included minus-26 yards on the ground.
Eastern Kentucky 42, Tennessee Tech 29: T.J. Pryor passed for four touchdowns and ran for another to lead visiting Eastern Kentucky (5-5, 4-2 Ohio Valley Conference).
Orlandus Harris and Tyrone Goard caught two touchdowns each from Pryor, who completed 14 of 24 passes for 279 yards.
Harris, who had nine receptions for 200 yards, scored on 13- and 55-yard pass plays. Goard's touchdowns came on 39- and 5-yard catches.
Pryor, who rushed for 100 yards on 18 carries, also scored on a 37-yard run for the Colonels.