Wasilewski injured his leg in the fourth quarter but returned to lead the game-winning drive, connecting on 5 of 6 passes with the last two covering 56 yards to Ebeling. Wasilewski was 15 of 24 for 188 yards.
With the win, the Black Bears (8-1, 5-0 Colonial Athletic Association) go to 8-1 for the first time since 2002 and remain the only unbeaten team in conference play.
The Maine defense held Stony Brook in check throughout the first half, limiting the Seawolves (3-5, 1-4) to 60 total yards and only 14 yards rushing on 17 attempts.
Stony Brook turned it around in the second half, with two touchdown-scoring drives accomplished mostly by running straight ahead through the Black Bears defensive front. James Kenner finished with 124 yards and a touchdown.
Matt Campbell already has brought some renewed energy to Iowa State, but a tough schedule may make a bowl appearance unlikely in Year 1.
Michigan State's roster is largely built of interchangeable parts, but they don't make many parts that fit the mold of Malik McDowell.
In 100 days, the ACC will face an unusually important opening weekend, with its two top national contenders facing huge nonconference tests.
Nick Chubb continued to rehab is knee but is apparently ahead of schedule. Still, the staff is going to be very cautious with his return this fall.
Michigan has a number of contenders for "most indispensable" status, but one stands out for being more difficult to replace than any of the others.
Are Oklahoma's Josh Heupel and TCU's Trevone Boykin among the top five quarterbacks in Big 12 history? A case can be made for both players.
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