HAMMOND, La. -- Zach Zenner rushed for 278 yards and South Dakota State defeated Southeastern Louisiana 31-14 Saturday night, handing the Lions their first loss in a home opener since resuming football in 2003.
Zenner, with 34 carries and one touchdown, had the most yardage by a running back in South Dakota State's Division I era, which began in 2004-05.
South Dakota State had 439 yards total offense. Southeastern Louisiana had 179 yards, including minus-11 yards rushing.
Stanley completed 22 of 43 passes for 190 yards for the Lions.
There have been lots of changes in the Big Ten East this offseason, including two schools with new head coaches.
ESPN Big 12 reporter Max Olson explains why Jay Norvell is the latest assistant to leave Charlie Strong's staff at Texas.
Ohio State and Michigan are two programs that SEC coaches and fans must take note of, but is the gap really closing?
Michael Smith comments on Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards saying collegiate sports in the state may be forced to shut down because of a budget crisis.
The Spartans coach apparently doesn't have a problem with Michigan's plan to hold part of spring practice at IMG Academy in Florida.
We take a look at the comings and goings in the coaching ranks of the Big Ten West this offseason, where almost every program made some changes.
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|South Dakota State||5-3||8-4|
|Sam Houston State||7-2||11-4|
|Stephen F Austin||4-5||4-7|