SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Calan Crowder rushed for 104 yards on 15 carries and his touchdown with 1:53 to play lifted Missouri State past Murray State 28-21 on Saturday.
Crowder ran it in from 2-yards out at the end of a 6-play, 44-yard drive led by Peyton Huslig.
The Racers took a 10-0 lead after the first quarter, but over the next two periods, Huslig led a rally throwing a 35-yard touchdown to Malik Earl with 11:29 before halftime.
After intermission, Huslig led a 7-play, 75-yard drive that ended when he connected with a 10-yard scoring pass to Nick Masoner. Later in the quarter, Huslig led an 80-yard scoring drive in six plays that concluded with his 10-yard scoring run to put Missouri State (1-2) out front 21-10.
Newble threw two touchdowns for Murray State (1-2).
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