Blockman, racing down the right side, caught the ball at the Campbell 40 as the defender fell and streaked to the end zone for a 27-14 lead with 10 minutes left to play. The play from scrimmage broke Campbell's previous record of 85 yards.
Lawson Page ran 2 yards for a score with 6:18 left to get the Eagles (3-7, 2-5 Pioneer) within 27-21 and they took the ball over on downs at their 28 with 2:40 remaining. However, Austin Gahafer, scrambling to the left, was hit as he threw a pass and it was intercepted by Greg Cunningham.
Robbins threw for 215 yards and two scores, Blockmon finished with 131 yards on five catches and Jared Joyner had 127 yards rushing and a touchdown for the Camels (5-4, 3-3).
Gahafer threw for 364 yards and a touchdown.
One loss might not sink a team with College Football Playoff hopes, but it does mean that everything now has to fall perfectly into place for a top-four spot in the committee's final rankings.
After an upset-heavy Week 7, Scoop Jackson shares how one game changes the outlook of an entire season.
Brad Edwards explains how the Buckeyes are vulnerable to surrendering big plays with a matchup against the high-octane Boilermakers offense.
Will Harris put his ear to the ground to collect some valuable betting information from the college football practice fields.
Disrespected underdogs playing with a chip on its shoulder, the Spartans have won eight of the last 10 despite being labeled the "little brother." For Michigan to break through, it has to end this cycle.
K.J. Costello threw for 231 yards and a touchdown, and Stanford remained in the thick of the Pac-12 North Division race with a 20-13 win over Arizona State on Thursday night.