CONWAY, Ark. -- Bryan Bennett threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more to help Southeastern Louisiana beat Central Arkansas 58-31 for its seventh-straight win Saturday night.
Leading 24-17, the Lions (8-2, 5-0 Southland) erupted in the third quarter as Harlan Miller picked off Ryan Howard and returned it 48 yards for a score. Following a blocked field goal, Marquis Hayes broke open for a 46-yard touchdown run on the next play.
After a Howard fumble, Bennett ran for a four-yard touchdown to take a 45-17 lead. He added a seven-yard score late in the third quarter.
Bennett finished with 202 yards passing and added 142 on the ground.
SE Louisiana's Xavier Roberson returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown.
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