Host Johns Hopkins scored three touchdowns over a six-minute span late in the second quarter to take a big lead and won, 49-13, over Ursinus on Saturday.
The win is the 29th straight in the regular season, 26th straight in the Centennial Conference and 19th straight in October for the Blue Jays (8-0, 7-0), who are 8-0 for the fifth straight season. The Bears dropped their fourth straight and slipped to 2-6, 1-6.
The Blue Jays led 14-0 before Ursinus' Asa Manley powered up the middle into the end zone from 10 yards out with a little over 10 minutes remaining in the first half.
Hopkins answered with three straight second-quarter touchdown drives that took a total of 14 plays over four minutes and covered 158 combined yards.
The Blue Jays had 536 yards of offense.
Bowie State 57, Lincoln 3: The host Bulldogs (8-1, 6-0 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) took a 35-0 lead into halftime and rolled past the Lions (3-6, 1-5).
Freshman Nyema Washington had a game-high 188 passing yards, completing 20 of 31 passes, including three for touchdowns. Garry Cropper caught two touchdown passes and led the Bowie State receivers with 69 yards on five catches.
Stevenson 31, Wilkes 14: Freshman Kiandre Burrell (Franklin) rushed for two touchdowns and the Mustangs defense forced three turnovers to beat the host Colonels (1-7, 1-6).
Stevenson (7-1, 6-1) maintained a share of first place in the Middle Atlantic Conference.
Christopher Newport 51, Salisbury 39: Tyler Quigley completed 19 of 23 passes for 306 yards and two touchdowns to power the visiting Captains (2-6, 2-5 New Jersey Athletic Conference) past the Sea Gulls (5-2, 5-1).
Salisbury traded touchdowns with Christopher Newport in the first quarter for a 14-all score. But the Captains scored two more in the second quarter and held the Sea Gulls to a field goal.
Rowan 15, Frostburg State 6: The host Profs scored 15 unanswered points in the second half in a come-from-behind victory over the Bobcats.
Both teams are 6-2 overall and 5-2 in the NJAC.
Frostburg State scored the only points of the first half on a 37-yard pitch-and-catch from Connor Cox (South River) to Gavin Lavat at the 8:04 mark of the first quarter. The seven-play, 86-yard drive took just 2:48 and included 69 yards in the air by Cox. The snap on the extra-point attempt was fumbled.
Both of Rowan's touchdowns were set up by turnovers.
Juniata 20, McDaniel 7: The host Green Terror (0-8, 0-7 Centennial Conference) tied the score at 7 with 11:48 left in the first half before the Eagles (3-5, 2-5) retook the lead seven minutes later.
McDaniel's Perry Stefanelli had a 20-yard touchdown run.