With the win, the Eagles (9-2) advance to the second round, where they will meet North Central (Ill.).
WHITEWATER — Jakob Parks sat down on the 36-yard line as the celebration began in the back corner of the end zone.
With some help from a pick-six by Cade Osborn, the Eagles erased a 14-point deficit in the first half before the offense guided the way to a 44-38 victory over UW-Stout.
Through three games, Simuncak leads the team in catches (24) and receiving yards (269) while adding four touchdowns.
Parks was at Division I South Dakota for the past four years before coming to La Crosse in August.
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