Wilbert, who then completed a two-point conversion pass, drove the Owls (2-6, 1-4 Sun Belt Conference) 74 yards in nine plays after the Trojans (4-4, 3-3) went ahead 27-26 on Shawn Southward's 31-yard run with 1:49 remaining.
The victory ended a six-game skid for the Owls, who lost 37-34 in double overtime to South Alabama last week. It also ended their streak of 14 conference losses, dating to 2010.
FAU led 17-0, but Troy tied it after scoring two touchdowns in the final two minutes of the first half. The second was set up by an Owls fumble at their 29.
Mitch Anderson's 47-yard field goal broke the tie and Wilbert's third touchdown pass made it 26-17 with 3:49 left in the third quarter.
After trying to stop the practice, SEC coaches now are ready to start participating in satellite camps after the NCAA rescinded its ban on them.
UCLA's Ishmael Adams has pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery over a fight he had with an Uber driver.
Patrick Towles follows a recent trend in the ACC -- and at Boston College -- with a graduate transfer at quarterback.
Kelley's decommitment leaves Oregon with just one commit in the 2017 class and the Ducks searching for momentum as their QB carousel continues.
Source: Ohio State quarterback Stephen Collier suffered a torn ACL in his left knee during the team's spring game.
After struggling mightily under coach Sylvester Croom, Mississippi State has soared under Dan Mullen, playing in a record six straight bowl games.