In a battle of rivals Saturday, Campbellsville pulled the surprise upset, shutting down a last-gasp effort by No. 3 Georgetown to win 28-24.
Georgetown (4-1) had a chance, trailing by four with time running out on the Campbellsville (4-2) 3-yard line. But Neal Pawsat's pass sailed through the back of the endzone as time expired.
"We had out chance at the end of the game to make the play to win it," said Georgetown Coach Bill Cronin. "That's what you want in a classic game such as this. We thought we had power up front and that Demonte (Smith) could make the three yards to the end zone. The plan was to spike it if we didn't, but Neal saw something so he didn't spike it and it just didn't work."
Campbellsville jumped out early, taking the opening drive down for a score — the first time the Tigers trailed all season. Georgetown responded and scored twice to regain control 14-7 on Smith's seventh touchdown run of the season.
Still early in the second quarter, Campbellsville responded with 21-unanswered points and a 28-14 halftime advantage.
Georgetown's offense scored 10 points in the second half, but on the final drive with 2:47 remaining, could not muster the final comeback score. It was a 15 play drive that went 63 yards before time ran out.
Campbellsville senior quarterback Jacob Russell had touchdown passes of 23 and 57 yards and backup Tajh Milliken threw one for 61 yards. Russell, a transfer from UK, threw for 312 yards and three touchdowns.
Murray State 44, SE Missouri 41 (2OT): Trailing 28-35, Murray State put together an 80-yard drive that ended with a KD Humphries 23-yard touchdown pass to Nevar Griffin to tie the game with just 46 seconds to play.
Matching field goals forced a second overtime, when Humphries found Janawski Davis from seven yards out for the game-winning touchdown.
Humphries finished the with 21 completions on 36 attempts with one interception for 297 yards. The six touchdowns tied a school record.
Jacksonville 45, Morehead State 26: Morehead State jumped out to a three-point lead in the first quarter but wilted under offensive pressure from quarterback Kade Bell and company. Andy Jones caught touchdown passes of 20 and 63 yards for Jacksonville.
Thomas More 42, Geneva 3: Thomas More out-gained Geneva 497 yards to 170. CT Tarrant led the team on the ground with 19 carries for 103 yards and three touchdowns
Cumberland 47, Union 46: Kyle Keplinger scored on a pass from Chandler Whittlesey to pull Union within one point with 2:04 to go, but Alex Sigmon's kick was blocked to end the comeback chance.
Centre 44, Berry 7: Senior quarterback Heath Haden accounted for 311 yards of offense and four touchdowns as Centre won its conference opener.