WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) -- Dominic Randolph threw a pair of fourth quarter touchdown passes on Saturday to rally Holy Cross from seven points down for a 27-20 win over Colgate.
Randolph, who completed 29-of-42 passes for a career single-game best of 441 yards, threw a 26-yard scoring strike to Brett McDermott with 13:43 to play to make it 20-20.
He then hit Justin Maher with a 3-yard touchdown pass with 7:28 to play to cap a seven-play, 69-yard drive.
Colgate (7-4, 4-2 Patriot League) drove to the Crusaders' 46 in the final minutes, but Holy Cross linebacker Mark Kelliher hit quarterback Alex Relph as he was passing and Kyle Mushaweh intercepted to seal the win.
Jordan Scott led the Raiders with 206 yards rushing and three touchdowns, including a 4-yarder and 1-yarder to give the Raiders a 14-0 lead by early in the second quarter.
Randolph three a 35-yard touchdown pass to Terrance Gass and Matt Partain kicked a 41-yard field goal to pull the Crusaders (7-4, 4-2) within 14-10 at halftime.
Scott's third touchdown on a 9-yard run on the opening possession of the third quarter gave Colgate a 20-10 lead.
Relph finished 17-of-24 for 224 yards, but was intercepted three times.
The loss denied the Raiders of a share of Patriot League crown.
Ohio State remained No. 1 in the AP Top 25 and tied a poll record Sunday despite lagging support from voters. Meanwhile, No. 2 TCU and No. 3 Baylor edged forward and No. 4 Michigan State slipped.
Texas cornerback Kris Boyd has apologized for retweeting a Texas A&M fan during halftime of Texas' 50-7 loss to TCU on Saturday.
Will Grier threw four touchdown passes to four receivers -- all in the first half -- and No. 25 Florida downed third-ranked Mississippi 38-10 on Saturday night.
Leonard Fournette highlighted his SEC-record third straight 200-yard game with a 75-yard touchdown run, and No. 9 LSU overcame Eastern Michigan 44-22 on Saturday night.
An officiating error led to an Oklahoma State touchdown Saturday in the Cowboys' 36-34 win over Kansas State.
Texas A&M receiver Ricky Seals-Jones, who was ejected for targeting midway in the second quarter of Saturday's game, took to Twitter late in the game, retweeting a tweet that questioned the call.