HAMMOND, La. -- Nathan Stanley's 3-yard touchdown pass to Taylor Jenkins with 2:39 remaining pulled Southeastern Louisiana within one point of McNeese State and the Lions opted to go for the two-point play, converting on a Michael Chaney run to steal a 25-24 win Saturday night.
Chaney also set up the late heroics, rushing for a 2-yard touchdown to pull the Lions within one touchdown with 3:26 remaining in the third quarter, in the first win of the season for Southeastern Louisiana (1-3, 1-0 Southland Conference).
Stanley had 247 passing yards and a score, while also rushing for 29 yards and a TD.
Stroud passed for 164 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for the Cowboys (3-1, 0-1).
The Sun Devils might have landed the most important recruit of the Todd Graham era after Kelley flipped from Oregon to ASU.
Penn State says it can't evaluate claims that Joe Paterno knew of molestation accusations by Jerry Sandusky as far back as 1976 because it has no records from 40 years ago.
ESPNDallas columnist Jean-Jacques Taylor and NFL Nation reporter Todd Archer discuss Jason Garrett's first interaction with Ezekiel Elliott.
This week's Pac-12 mailbag considers possible expansion, the state of the California Golden Bears and how the conference fared in the NFL draft.
SEC Network's Paul Finebaum reflects on Alabama head football coach Nick Saban's comments about the need for a commissioner in college football.
As the Big 12 moves closer to an expansion vote, who are the teams most likely to join the conference?
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