Wagner (7-3) took a 14-3 lead when Dominique Williams rushed 5-yards for the score. Williams finished with 173 yards on 22 carries.
Eddie Houghton answered for Holy Cross (1-9), running it in from 3 yards out with 36 seconds left in the first half. Wagner led at halftime 14-10.
With Wagner trailing 30-17 in the fourth quarter, Doscher took over. Doscher found Williams for a 10-yard touchdown with 7:09 remaining, cutting the lead to 30-24.
On Holy Cross' next possession, Jarrett Dieudonne forced Steven Elder to fumble, setting up the winning drive.
Doscher completed the comeback finding Morgan for the 4-yard touchdown and the win.
Things are percolating in the Big 12 as the season hits Week 4, and we think Oklahoma State's visit to Baylor could be the highlight of the weekend.
The Demon Deacons are on the rise, but the Hoosiers should manage to finish off their nonconference slate with a win.
Year 1 under new coach Will Muschamp figures to be a rebuilding season for South Carolina.
Andrew Luck might be the headliner, but Stanford's run of success this century goes much, much deeper than the Cardinal's star quarterback.
Looking at where SEC offensive players comes from gives a variety of results, though Florida and Georgia provide talent at all positons.
Quarterback issues in the SEC? What if LSU and Alabama could trade some of their stud defensive players for established signal-callers? Those are just two of the deals we'd love to see happen.
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