College football: Dragons roll to road win over Concordia-St. Paul

Dragons QB Tommy Falk completed 33 of 41 passes for 274 yards with two touchdowns.

Minnesota State Moorhead Dragons

ST. PAUL — Minnesota State Moorhead cruised to a 24-3 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference football victory over Concordia-St. Paul on Saturday at Sea Foam Stadium.

After a scoreless first quarter, the Dragons found the end zone twice in the second frame to take a 14-0 lead into halftime. Luke Imdieke put the Dragons on the board with a 2-yard touchdown run, the first of his career, with 12 minutes, 34 seconds to go in the second. MSUM QB Tommy Falk then connected with Grady Bresnahan for a 26-yard touchdown to push it to 14-0.

CSP got on the board with a 41-yard field goal with 10:08 to go in the third quarter. The Dragons responded with a kick of their own when Ryan Riedel split the uprights from 30 yards out to cap a 12-play, 62-yard drive.

MSUM held a 17-3 advantage going into the final quarter. Falk connected with Bresnahan again, this time a 16-yard TD, with 8:18 to play to set up the 24-3 final.

Falk completed 33 of 41 passes for 274 yards with two touchdowns. Bresnahan led the Dragons receivers with 12 catches for 119 yards and the two scores. Imdieke paced MSUM's ground game with 39 rushing yards and a TD on 11 carries, adding six receptions for 42 yards. Ryan Bieberdorf finished with seven catches for 41 yards.


Derek Porozinski had eight total tackles and half a quarterback sack to lead the Dragons defense. Darius Woods-Steichen, Hunter Sall and Jackson Faller each broke into the CSP backfield for a sack and Hayden Carr had half a sack. Cody Sorenson and Jared Kallenbach each came down with an interception.

The Dragons had 331 yards of offense and held the Golden Bears (1-9, 1-9 NSIC) to 179.

MSUM improved to 5-5 both overall and in the NSIC. The Dragons wrap up the season Saturday, Nov. 13, at home against Wayne State. Kickoff is slated for noon at Scheels Field.

MSUM 0 14 3 7 — 24
CSP 0 0 3 0 — 3
MSUM: Imdieke 2 run (Riedel kick)
MSUM: Bresnahan 26 pass from Falk (Riedel kick)
CSP: Henson 41 field goal
MSUM: Riedel 30 field goal
MSUM: Bresnahan 16 pass from Falk (Riedel kick)
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