STONY BROOK, N.Y. -- Karl Mofor scored the winning touchdown on a drive that ate up much of the fourth quarter and Albany held on to beat Stony Brook 31-26 on Saturday.
The Great Danes (8-4, 6-2) clinched second place in the Colonial Athletic Association with the win, and await an FCS playoff berth on Sunday.
Albany ran off the next 8:42 with a grinding, 13-play drive that Mofor capped with his short TD run. Mofor carried the ball 31 times for 176 yards and three TDs. Jeff Undercuffler was 16-for-35 passing for 183 yards and a score.
The Seawolves (5-7, 2-6) lost six of their final seven games. Fields was 19-for-27 passing for Stony Brook.
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