LAFAYETTE, La. -- Alonzo Harris only had 10 rushing yards in the game, but three of those came for a touchdown on Louisiana-Lafayette's final offensive play with 1:06 left to seal a 36-35 win over Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday.
That score was one of two by the Ragin' Cajuns (8-2, 6-1 Sun Belt Conference) in the game's final two minutes, the other coming on Blaine Gautier's 16-yard pass to Darryl Surgent, to seal the comeback win. The Ragin' Cajuns secured an onside kick after their first touchdown of the fourth quarter to set the stage for their game-winner less than a minute later.
Louisiana-Lafayette failed to punch in two-point conversion attempts on both scores.
Jyruss Edwards ran in a 3-yard score to put the Warhawks (2-7, 1-4) up 35-24 with 3:08 to play, setting up their in-state rivals' comeback.
Gautier passed for 355 yards and four touchdowns for Louisiana-Lafayette.
Despite battling the flu all week, Will Grier will start at quarterback for No. 25 Florida on Saturday when the Gators host No. 3 Ole Miss.
Florida State running back Dalvin Cook exited with a left leg injury in the first quarter of the Seminoles' 24-16 win over Wake Forest and did not return. He is day-to-day, Jimbo Fisher said.
Trevone Boykin threw five touchdown passes, including four to freshman KaVontae Turpin, and No. 4 TCU rode a 30-point first quarter to a 50-7 rout of Texas on Saturday.
As if things weren't going bad enough at Texas, the Longhorns appear to have players on Twitter during lopsided losses and jabs at their coach accidentally being sent from other nearby teams.
Tulane long-snapper Aaron Golub became the first legally blind person to play in a Division I football game Saturday, according to the school.
LJ Scott ran for 146 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 2 Michigan State held on through a lackluster second half to beat Purdue 24-21 on Saturday.