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Domanick West capped a 15-play, 74-yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter to lift visiting Morgan State over Hampton, 16-13. The Bears finished with a winning record (6-5) for the first time in six years.

West scored his first of his two touchdowns with 1:36 left in the first quarter. Kemar Scarlett added a 43-yard field goal with 34 seconds left in the half for a 10-0 Morgan lead.

David LeGree threw two second-half touchdown passes to give the Pirates (5-6) a 13-10 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

James Madison 43, Towson 12: : Treymayne Dameron scored two touchdowns for the visiting Tigers (2-9 overall, 1-7 Colonial Athletic Association), but they fell to the Dukes (6-5, 4-4).

James Madison scored on its first possession for a 7-0 lead and led 17-0 before Dameron scored his first touchdown in the first quarter, a 5-yard dash.

"In spite of their record, James Madison is a very impressive football team," Tigers coach Rob Ambrose said. "I'm proud of my team. We played hard and we played together. We fought and we competed for 60 minutes."

The Tigers' Brian Potts completed 16 of 26 passes for 151 yards. Alex Butt paced Towson with 10 tackles.

Lebanon Valley 37, Salisbury 21: : Salisbury's Brandon Hudson picked off his single-season school-record ninth pass of the season and returned it 72 yards for a touchdown, but it was not enough as the host Dutchmen (9-2) defeated the Sea Gulls (5-6) for the ECAC Southwest Bowl championship.

Salisbury led 21-20 after three quarters , but Lebanon Valley scored 17 unanswered points.

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