The Bowling Green Falcons held off a furious rally by the South Alabama Jaguars to win the Camellia Bowl, 33-28.
Bowling Green defeated South Alabama, 33-28, in the Camellia Bowl after scoring the game-winning touchdown with just over a minute remaining.
The Falcons had trailed for the first time in the game after the Jaguars scored a go-ahead touchdown to lead, 28-27. They immediately responded with a 78-yard touchdown catch by wide receiver Roger Lewis.
The Jaguars were unable to bite back as quarterback Brandon Bridge threw a game-ending interception.
Quarterback James Knapke turned in one of his best performances of the season with 368 yards and two touchdown passes on 25-of-38 passing.
Running back Travis Greene chipped in two touchdowns with 41 yards on 20 carries. Lewis led the Falcons in receiving with 137 yards and two touchdowns on four catches.
For the Jaguars, Bridge threw for 279 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions. Their rushing attack came up with three touchdowns.
Wide receiver Danny Woodson caught six passes for 122 yards.