In a wild, 54-44 victory at JFK Stadium.
The loss knocked the Ravens back to 12th in this week's polls, and was big enough to grab 3-2 Evangel 12 votes for the Top 25, the most of any unranked team.
Kicker Drew O'Cain also kicked a school record 53-yard field goal, the Crusaders will travel to Iowa this week
to take on 3-2 Graceland University.
"It's a really big opponent and not to take anything away from that, it was a great moment," said coach Brenton Illum. "A great moment for our team, for our school. But it's only winning if you repeat it. That win is long gone by now. We've got a lot of business ahead of us to take care of."
"We don't want to think, 'oh we beat a Top 6 team and walk in to this team and say oh we're going to kill them' because we did what we did last week," said O'Cain. "I think everyone's kind of focused on we have this opponent, they're athletic, we're going to get after it."
SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- This is the first of four home games for MSU who will end their year with the famous Legacy Game on November 2nd.
MO State coming off a 1-0 loss to 23rd ranked Xavier. Tonight hosting the Memphis Tigers.
In the first Chandler Gagon tries to pass it off, Jarred Clark gets in the way, can't escape, ball is batted around in the box, finally Jack Wood clears it.
Later... Memphis gets a chance. Benjamin Cionsanki sends it right side. Andrew Riggs is there with the stop.
Then MSU with a free kick, but it sails over everyone's head.
Mo state though takes this one with a final of 1-0 in overtime.