Drake (4-4, 3-2 Pioneer Football League) took advantage of two early Campbell mistakes en route to a 17-0 lead after one quarter.
After a Camels fumble, Kraemer found Andrew Yarwood for a 6-yard TD to put the Bulldogs up 7-0. Campbell (3-4, 1-3) drove 57 yards on 12 plays on its next possession, but an interception and 58-yard return put Drake on the Camels' 17-yard line.
Two plays later, Kraemer threw another TD pass -- this time to Zach Zlabis for 12 yards.
Anthony Robbins, who threw for 298 yards for the Camels, had touchdown passes in the second and third quarter to get Campbell within 20-14. But Wilkins scored on second-half touchdown runs of 2 and 5 yards, the latter with 8:35 remaining to give Drake a 33-21 lead, and the Bulldogs' defense held firm.
Washington State, Houston to meet in AdvoCare Kickoff Sept. 13
Washington State, ranked No. 8 in the College Football Playoff rankings, will face Houston in the AdvoCare Kickoff on Sept. 13, 2019, at NRG Stadium in Houston, it was announced Tuesday.
Ranking the rivalry games by playoff impact
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Why the stakes have never been higher for Urban Meyer and Jim Harbaugh
For the Wolverines, a win means a likely CFP berth and long-awaited revenge. For the Buckeyes, it will change the story of a chaotic season.
The hater's guide to Rivalry Week
From petty feuds to genuine hate, this is college football's best week. Here are the iconic moments and unforgettable quotes from the game's top rivalries.
Jerome Souers stepping down as Northern Arizona's coach
Northern Arizona coach Jerome Souers is stepping down as head football coach after 21 years of leading the Lumberjacks.
Higdon implies Michigan will beat Ohio State
Michigan RB Karan Higdon says he agrees with his coach that a win vs. Ohio State is guaranteed this weekend.