Southeastern Louisiana 31, Northwestern State 24 (OT)

HAMMOND, La. (AP) -- Jay Lucas scored on a 1-yard run in overtime
to give Southeastern Louisiana a 21-24 win over Northwestern State
on Saturday.

Northwestern forced the game into overtime when Robert Weeks
drilled a 26-yard field goal with 0:41 left in regulation, knotting
the score at 24.

Southeastern (2-5, 1-1 Southland Conference) snapped a
three-game losing streak while Northwestern (2-4, 0-2) lost its
second straight. Northwestern had 419 in total yards to the Lions'
265, but the Demons were hurt by four turnovers.

Northwestern led at halftime 14-13 after scoring on a 2-yard run
by Patrick Earl and a 35-yard catch by Ben Bailey in the first
quarter. SLU got its first-half points from Crawford Kilpatrick's
5-yard TD catch and Merrick Lanaux's 28-yard TD catch. But the
Demons blocked an extra point kick.

In the second half, the Lions opened the scoring when Jeff
Turner hit a 29-yard field goal in the third, the only score in
that quarter.

In the fourth quarter, Greg Skidmore scored on a 22-yard pass
from Roch Charpentier to give the Demons a 21-16 lead.

Jay Lucas's 1-yard TD run put SLU up 24-21 and Weeks' field goal
tied the game and sent it into overtime.

Lions quarterback Brad Schlosser completed 26-of-40 passes for
212 yards, including two touchdowns. He did not get intercepted.

Charpentier completed 20-of-31 passes for 263 yards, including
two touchdowns. He threw two interceptions.