Austin Peay wrapped it up with three touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
The Governors (8-3, 6-1 Ohio Valley) scored on their first drive of the game when Momodu crashed in from a yard out, ending a 10-play, 75-yard drive. In the second quarter, Craig threw a 40-yard touchdown to Wilson with 9:48 before halftime. After intermission, Momodu ran it in from 10 yards for a 21-0 lead. The Racers got on the board when Preston Rice threw a 27-yard score to Jonathan Moss.
Rice threw for 220 yards, a score and two interceptions.
Austin Peay is in tie for first place with Southeast Missouri State (8-3, 6-1). The Governors beat the Redhawks 28-24 last month. The Governors end the season next week against Eastern Illinois (1-10, 1-6) and Southeast Missouri State ends with Murray State.
College football SP+ rankings after Week 13
Here are this week's SP+ rankings after a wild Rivalry Week.
Indiana football fires offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan; coach Tom Allen takes pay cut as part of move
Indiana has fired offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan, and coach Tom Allen has accepted a pay cut to help facilitate the move.
Who are the top 4 CFP teams after a wild rivalry week?
Heather Dinich believes Michigan's win over Ohio State will move it to the second spot in the College Football Playoff rankings.
No. 13 BYU squanders lead, rallies to beat USC 35-31
— Brigham Young isn't used to having to rally from behind, yet the 13th-ranked Cougars were able to come back after blowing a 15-point lead in the second half against Southern California on Saturday night.
UCLA runs past Cal 42-14 to wrap up 8-win regular season
— The Rose Bowl was chilly, and the crowd was fairly sparse. The UCLA Bruins still celebrated their regular season-ending victory over California to honor the seniors who persevered through their difficult four-year transformation into a winner.
BYU converts recovered fumble into TD
USC forces Tyler Allgeier to fumble but teammate Dallin Holker recovers and runs it 22 yards to set up the touchdown from Jackson McChesney.