Carlton Jackson threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Edwin Baptiste in overtime to lift Morgan State to a 16-10 win over Winston-Salem State on Saturday in East Rutherford, N.J.
Jackson, who completed 16 of 21 passes for 146 yards, connected with Jephte Cherenfant on a 4-yard touchdown to give the Bears (1-1) a 7-3 lead in the third quarter.
Baptiste finished with five catches for 70 yards.
The Rams (0-3) regained the lead at 10-7 on Jarrett Dunston's 18-yard touchdown pass to Austin Higgins in the third quarter.
Kemar Scarlett's 42-yard field goal tied the score at 10 midway through the fourth quarter.
Dunston completed five of 22 passes for 71 yards and threw one interception for Winston-Salem.
David Ahola Jr. had a game-high 64 yards on 15 carries.
The game was the 38th annual New York Urban League Classic at Giants Stadium.
Bowie State 51, Livingstone 0: : Redshirt freshman Ramono Flowers had 10 carries for 146 yards and three touchdowns, and the host Bulldogs (2-2, 1-0 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) shut out the Blue Bears (0-4, 0-1).
Bowie State's defense held Livingstone to eight first downs and 58 yards of total offense.
Livingstone had trouble getting the ball out of its end of the field. The Blue Bears' best chance to score came in the first quarter, when Bowie fumbled a punt return on its own 23-yard line. Jordan Beckam's 45-yard field-goal attempt went wide right.
Bowie stopped Livingstone again in the second quarter on its own 28, and Blue Bears quarterback Steven Williams threw an interception on Bowie's 38-yard line in the third quarter.
Bulldogs junior Rodney Webb rushed for 155 yards on 17 carries, scoring two touchdowns.
Freshmen Tyrae Reid Jr. and Emmanuel Yeager split time at quarterback. Reid threw for 68 yards, and Yeager passed for 61 yards.
Sophomore Seth Minter led Bowie State's receivers with 40 yards, and senior Larry Dixon Jr. added 27 receiving yards.
Christopher Newport 27, Salisbury 21, 3OT: : Christian Woelfel-Monsiva capped a seven-play, 25-yard drive with a 2-yard touchdown run to lift the host Captains (1-1) over the Sea Gulls (1-2) in triple overtime.
Salisbury trailed 14-7 before Randal Smedly had a 5-yard touchdown run with 9:02 left in regulation to force overtime.
After a scoreless first overtime, Bryan Woolson had a 25-yard touchdown run to give Salisbury a 21-14 lead. Christopher Newport answered with a 1-yard touchdown run by Corey Legister to force a third and final overtime.
Salisbury defensive end Paul Cynewski collected a game-high 15 tackles and had one sack.
McDaniel 21, Catholic 17: : Joe Lapkowicz turned a bad snap on the game-tying field-goal attempt into a 4-yard touchdown run to lift the host Green Terror (2-1) over the Cardinals (0-3).
Travis Wenrich recorded a season-best 12 tackles to lead McDaniel's defense. He also broke up two passes and had an interception. The interception and one breakup came after the go-ahead touchdown by Lapkowicz.
Tom Massucci completed 17 of 35 passes for 198 yards, and coach Tim Keating recorded his 100th career victory.
Rick Barry led Catholic with 142 yards rushing on 23 carries. Dylan Knight completed six of 15 passes for 117 yards and ran for 85 yards on 10 carries.
SUNY-Brockport 37, Frostburg State 32: : Jake Graci tossed the game-winning touchdown with just 33 seconds left for the host Golden Eagles (2-0).
The Bobcats (0-3) had taken the lead on the ensuing possession when freshman kicker Zachary Beukers kicked an 18-yard field goal with 1:41 left to hand the visitors a 32-31 lead.
SUNY-Brockport quickly moved the ball down the field for the game-winning touchdown, covering 44 yards on six plays.
The game went back and forth throughout, featuring seven lead changes and a combined 921 yards of total offense by the two teams.