Wisconsin-Stout edged St. Thomas 25-22 on Saturday in Menomonie, Wis., ending the No. 4 Tommies' 24-game regular-season winning streak.
The Blue Devils took the lead on J. Dan Sturgeon's 12-yard TD pass to Josh Malone and his two-point conversion pass to Akema Collins with 1 minute, 27 seconds left in the nonconference game. Sturgeon passed for 248 yards and three TDs.
The Tommies, who led 22-14 midway through the third quarter, scored in the game's first three minutes to take a 7-0 lead, but on the Blue Devils' first play from scrimmage, Sturgeon teamed with Kevion McDonald on a 77-yard TD pass.
Tommies QB Jacques Perra passed for 215 yards and ran for a TD.
Concordia (Moorhead) 25, Wis.-Whitewater 17: A goal-line stand in the final minute helped the host Cobbers edge the Warhawks, ranked No. 15. They had driven 63 yards in eight plays in the final three minutes to reach the Concordia 1. The Cobbers' defense also set up the touchdown that gave them the 25-17 lead. Dallas Raftevold recovered a fumble at the Warhawks 4 with 10:30 left in the fourth quarter. Two plays later, Chad Johnson scored on a 4-yard TD run. Early in the third quarter, Johnson's 71-yard TD run gave the Cobbers a 16-10 lead. Johnson finished with 146 yards in 20 carries.
Augsburg 38, Concordia (Wis.) 16: Quinn Frisell passed for 236 yards and three TDs and ran for 50 yards and two TDs to pace the host Auggies.
Carthage 31, Bethel 0: Kyle Friberg passed for 298 yards and three TDs and Shawntrel Garner returned an interception 84 yards for a touchdown to lead the Red Men past the Royals in Kenosha, Wis.
Luther 44, St. Olaf 20: Ian Kuykendall ran for two TDs and passed for two TDs to lead the Norse to the over the Oles in Decorah, Iowa. Ricardo Johnson III passed for 295 yards and a TD and ran for a TD for the Oles.
St. John's 49, Presentation 14: Dusty Krueger rushed for 144 yards and a TD and Brice Johnston ran for two TDs to lead the host Johnnies, ranked No. 8. Jackson Erdmann threw two TD passes in the first half for the Johnnies.
Lake Forest 48, Carleton 46: Carleton scored two touchdowns in the final 77 seconds, but its comeback fell short in Lake Forest, Ill. Christian Zaytoun passed for 458 yards and three TDs for Carleton.
Macalester 23, Hamline 14: Christian Adams passed for 311 yards and two TDs as the host Scots won the annual Paint Bucket game.
Northwestern 19, Eureka 13 [OT]: Nate VanBeusekom's 2-yard TD run in overtime lifted the host Eagles past the Red Devils. Nick Swore intercepted a pass on Eureka's possession in the overtime.