LAKE CHARLES, La. -- James Tabary threw for 376 yards, the second-highest mark in school history, and two touchdown passes to lead McNeese State to a 38-13 win over Nicholls on Saturday night.
Running back Ryan Ross caught nine passes for 110 yards to go along with two rushing scores for the Cowboys (3-2, 2-1 Southland Conference). Kylon Highshaw added an 80-yard TD reception for McNeese State, which has beaten the Colonels nine straight times overall and nine straight at home.
Andre Fuller intercepted Nicholls' quarterback Chase Fourcade's pass and returned it 27 yards for an early 7-0 Cowboys lead. A Ross rushing touchdown and a Tabary passing TD to Parker Orgeron made it 21-3 at halftime.
The Colonels (1-3, 1-1) never seriously threatened in the second half.
Fourcade threw for 341 yards and C.J. Bates had 94 yards receiving for the Colonels.
Tigers head coach Gus Malzahn talks about the upcoming matchup vs. Southern Mississippi and the confidence he has in his offense.
Kentucky has been fined $100,000 by the SEC for violating access to the playing area when fans gathered in the end zone after the Wildcats' win over Mississippi State.
Michigan lost its only road game of the season, while Northwestern is winless at home early in the 2018 campaign.
Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason discusses the disappointing outing vs. South Carolina and the message he delivered to his team following the loss.
When Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal met with the media on Monday for his weekly press conference, he was surprisingly upbeat considering what unfolded at Autzen Stadium on Saturday.
Gamecocks and Wildcats head coaches Will Muschamp and Mark Stoops talk about the talent level on each team and the respect they have for one another.
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