Thomas More 36, Case Western Reserve 32: Twelfth-ranked Thomas More claimed its seventh Presidents' Athletic Conference title and an undefeated regular season as it rallied to defeat 18th-ranked Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
The undefeated regular season is the sixth in the program's 26-year history.
Thomas More went ahead by the final margin with 5:17 to play. Freshman running back Luke Zajac scored on a one-yard run and Tommy Budke added the PAT. On the ensuing drive sophomore defensive back Johnny Lammers intercepted a Rob Cuda pass and the Saints ran the clock out for the victory.
Saints quarterback Jensen Gebhardt finished 13-of-26 passing for 223 yards and two touchdowns, while Hjavier Pitts led the team on the ground with 22 carries for 84 yards and one touchdown.
Murray State 46, Tennessee State 43 (OT): Roman Clay had all 25 yards rushing in overtime, including the winning 2-yard score.
After a 37-yard field goal on Tennessee State's OT possession, Clay ran 19 yards to the Tigers 6. Three Clay runs later, the Racers had their victory after trailing by 10 entering the fourth quarter.
Georgetown 30, Cumberlands 13: The Tigers' roaring start featured a blocked punt to get the ball at the UC 1-yard line. They never trailed. Georgetown QB Ozziee Mann completed 12 passes for 206 yards and two TDs.
Dayton 20, Morehead State 15: Jack Adams ran for a fourth-quarter touchdown to give Dayton the edge over host Morehead State.
Adams' winning score came with 7:09 to play, capping an 83-yard drive. He finished with 82 yards rushing on 15 carries for the undefeated Flyers (9-0, 6-0 Pioneer League). Alex Jeske threw for 186 yards and a touchdown.
Morehead State took a 15-7 first-quarter lead with the help of an Austin Gahafer scoring pass and a 32-yard touchdown run by Brent Holman. Gahafer had 323 yards passing for the Eagles (5-4, 4-2) but threw three interceptions in the second half.
Pikeville 40, Kentucky Christian 11: The Bears were up just 9-3 at the half, but scored 24 unanswered points to take control. Pikeville's Jack Hopkins finished with a team-best 11 tackles, including 1.5 for loss.