"As a team, we played well in all three phases," said cornerback Justin Otto, who had a team-best 10 tackles. "But I still feel like we need to improve.
"We held them under 200 yards, which is good, but we set high standards. We want to keep getting better.
Minnesota State (9-0) finishes the regular season with two road games. The Mavericks play at Sioux Falls on Saturday, then play at Upper Iowa the following week.
"The biggest challenge we had today was that we were coming off two very good performances, and we needed to match that effort or do better, and I think we did," Keen said."