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Sep
09

That’s a Rather Large Margin of Victory


2009_football_guide_coverStephen F. Austin University on Saturday took their 0-1 record in to Nacogoches, Texas for their game against Texas College. The TC Steers started the game off strong driving all the way to the SFA 3 yard line until senior Cory Barlow intercepted the ball.

It would be the only good drive of the game for TC as SFA saw their 2 quarterbacks combine for 438 yards passing and 8(!!!!!) touchdowns en route to their 92-0 win. At halftime the score was 50-0 and SFA set a new school record for most points scored in a single game.

In total, the Lumberjacks piled up 603 yards of offense, holding Texas to a mere 92 for the whole game.

Yowzers. Looks like Texas was a wee bit overmatched.

[AP]


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