Sexton returns blocked punt to lift EMU over CCSU 34-29

Eastern Michigan blocks punts, scores game-winning TD (0:26)

Trailing by one with 18 seconds to play, Eastern Michigan's Mathew Sexton blocks the punt and returns it for a game-winning score. (0:26)

YPSILANTI, Mich. -- Mathew Sexton blocked a punt and returned it 30 yards to score the winning touchdown with 10 seconds left and Eastern Michigan beat Central Connecticut 34-29 on Saturday.

Mike Glass III passed for 279 yards and four touchdowns for the Eagles (3-1). A lightning strike in the area delayed the game for 47 minutes after Glass threw his fourth TD pass to make it 28-15 early in the fourth quarter.

When play resumed, the Blue Devils (3-1) drove 75 yards to cut the deficit to six on Keonte Lucas' 1-yard run. Central Connecticut then took a 29-28 lead with 2:05 to go on Aaron Winchester's 68-yard TD pass to Tyshaun James.

The Blue Devils retook possession when Tre Jones intercepted Glass' pass with 1:23 left, but the Eastern Michigan defense forced a three-and-out to set up Sexton's big play.

Winchester threw for 231 yards and a touchdown for the Blue Devils.

A Northeast Conference team has never defeated an FBS program.