TOWSON, Md. -- Karl Mofor ran for a pair of touchdowns and Jeff Undercuffler passed for two more and Albany knocked off Towson 38-21 Saturday night, scoring 14 points off turnovers and taking down a top-10 foe for the third straight season.
Towson, ranked No. 9 in the FCS polls and a Top 10 team for the sixth straight week, was held to 280 yards of offense, including 93 rushing.
Undercuffler, a redshirt freshman, now has 20 touchdown passes. He was second in that category in the FCS and topped the Colonial Athletic Association.
Mofor, with 130 yards, capped an 87-yard game-opening drive with a TD from the 2. Undercuffler hit Donovan McDonald with a 36-yarder for a 14-7 lead and Dylan Burns sent the Great Danes (4-3, 2-1) into halftime ahead 17-14.
Undercuffler and Mofor sealed the win in the third quarter when Undercuffler found LJ Wesneski with a 16-yard score and Mofor capped a 93-yard drive with his 19-yard score. The consecutive TDs gave Albany a 31-14 lead.
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