LAFAYETTE, La. -- Terrance Broadway posted 291 all-purpose yards and Alonzo Harris ran for three touchdowns to help Louisiana-Lafayette hold off Florida Atlantic 35-21 Saturday in the season finale for both clubs.
Broadway threw for 168 yards and ran for 123 of Louisiana-Lafayette's 284 rushing yards as the Ragin' Cajuns (8-4, 6-2 Sun Belt Conference) won their third-straight game.
Louisiana-Lafayette broke open a 14-all tie with a 10-play drive, which was capped by Broadway's 15-yard touchdown pass to James Butler. The Ragin' Cajuns extended their lead to 28-14 in the third quarter behind a 2-yarder from Harris.
FAU (3-9, 2-6) closed the gap to 28-21 in the fourth quarter but Harris' second 2-yard score of the day sealed the win for Louisiana-Lafayette.
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