Last-minute field goal heroics lead Drake to the upset over Butler.
The win marks just the sixth time the Bulldogs have defeated San Diego in program history and the first since 2009.
Currently sitting at second in the PFL standings, Uremovich and the Bulldogs will continue to build on their newfound success and chase the league title.
The offense was the story of the win. The Bulldogs accumulated just under 500 yards of total offense, eight touchdowns and never trailed.
Joey Suchy finished the game with three total touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs to the victory and advance them to 3-1 in PFL play and 5-2 overall.
The Bulldogs scored 20 points in the fourth quarter to come back and shock Valparaiso and move to 2-1 in PFL play and 4-2 overall.
The Flyers have not been held scoreless in 501 games, the longest streak in Division I football.
A weekly recap of Butler sports Sept. 28- Oct. 4
“The Bulldogs will look to get back into the win column, as they take on Dayton in a ‘pink out’ game at the Bud and Jackie Sellick Bowl on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 1 p.m. “
“The Bulldogs head into the bye week 2-1 before beginning PFL play against Davidson on Saturday, Oct. 1 at the Bud and Jackie Sellick Bowl.”