NACOGDOCHES, Texas -- Cody Orgeron accounted for three touchdowns and McNeese pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 33-10 victory over Stephen F. Austin on Saturday night.
Orgeron was 12-of-25 passing for 162 yards and threw a pair of touchdown passes to Cyron Sutton, who finished with five catches for 55 yards. Orgeron added 73 yards on the ground which included a 30-yard touchdown run.
Justin Pratt had 133 yards rushing on 21 carries and scored on a 33-yard touchdown run for McNeese (5-4, 3-3 Southland Conference).
Trae Self tossed an 8-yard TD pass to Josh McGowen in the first quarter for Stephen F. Austin (1-7, 1-4). Storm Ruiz kicked a 40-yard field goal that pulled the Lumberjacks to 13-10 at the end the third quarter before the Cowboys scored three touchdowns in the fourth.
Self finished 21-of-41 passing for 175 yards.
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