Muhlenberg tacked on another seven points on its very next possession which ended with a three-yard rushing touchdown from Mike Harris to put SU in a 31-11 hole with just over six minutes to go in the third quarter.
The Crusaders fell into a 27-point hole, 38-11, after another Mules touchdown well into the fourth quarter. Susquehanna took advantage of what time was left, however, by adding a late-game touchdown when Minori recovered a fumble that Mason Spangler took and ran 20 yards into the endzone to make it 38-18 with 59 seconds remaining, which marked the final scoring of the game for either squad.
The team is off next weekend as the conference enters its bye week. The Crusaders return to action on Oct. 19 when they host Moravian on Homecoming Weekend.