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Stephen F Austin, described by Viator as "dangerous," doesn't seem to add up to that title by the stats, at least not on defense. The Lumberjacks are allowing 54 points and 584 yards per game. SFA also turns the ball over quite a lot each Saturday, and the McNeese offense sounds pretty confident that they can handle this team.

 

 

"You said that they aren't really interested in stopping anybody, and we're hard to stop anyway. So we are obviously going to go out there and do what we do and put up points. They can come in with the game plan of running as many plays as they want to, but they still have to go out and execute it." - Ernest Celestie

"If you can force turnovers you're going to score more points usually, we've done that earlier this year as well. If our defense can get some turnover and we can score off of those, then I like our chances, but we gotta come prepared." -Cody Stroud

 

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