NACOGDOCHES, Texas (AP)—Jeremy Moses threw for four touchdowns and 353 yards to lead Stephen F. Austin to a 71-3 victory over Lamar on Saturday night.
The tally made Moses the all-time career passing leader for the Southland conference with 10,596 yards. The previous record of 10,558 yards was set by Nathan Brown of Central Arkansas in 2008.
The Lumberjacks (3-1) also picked up 156 yards on the ground as three players rushed for touchdowns. Cordell Roberson ran for two scores while Anthony Foster and Gralyn Crawford each ran for one.
The only points for the Cardinals (2-2) came near the end of the first half when Justin Stout nailed a 47-yard field goal.
Moses also pulled into second place on the Southland’s list of career offensive yards with 10,336. Brown leads it with 10,993.
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