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2015 Schedule
4-8, 5th in Sun Belt
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NCAA accepts ULL self-sanctions in fraud probe

The NCAA has largely accepted the Louisiana-Lafayette football program's self-imposed sanctions stemming from an investigation into fraudulent entrance exam scores for recruits.

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Top five CFB alternate uniforms of 2015 (1:54)

Trojans never fall off the horse

Louisiana-Lafayette put up a fight, but in the end, it was Troy's night to shine. The Trojans pulled away in the third quarter and coasted to a 41-17 win. Brandon Silvers was lights out, going 22-28 through the air with four TDs and 320 yards. Teddy Ruben benefited the most with 131 yards receiving and two scores. Box score

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Trojans taking control back

Louisiana-Lafayette threatened, but Troy answered the call by opening up its lead and making it a three-score game with this fumble return for a TD late in the third quarter. The lead is 41-17 for Troy at the start of the fourth quarter.

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The plot thickens in Lafayette

The Ragin' Cajuns aren't dead yet. A fourth down TD makes it a one-score game as the Trojans lead 24-17. Elijah McGuire's 7-yard score is his second of the day.

Silvers bells ringing for Troy

At the half, Troy leads Louisiana-Lafayette 24-10. It's been the Brandon Silvers show so far as the Trojans QB has been lighting up the statsheet. He's 14-19 with 205 yards and three touchdowns through the air.

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Cajuns crack board

There's life in Louisiana-Lafayette after all. This 18-yard Elijah McGuire score cuts into Troy's lead and makes the game 24-7 early in the second quarter.

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Silvers shines again

Fourth down is not the time for field goals, according to Troy. Instead of taking the three points, the Trojans gamble and it pays off. Brandon Silvers connects with Teddy Ruben on this 15-yard score and Troy leads 14-0.

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Lafayette loses the ball

The holidays are about giving, right? In this case, the Ragin' Cajuns would have rather had returner Gary Haynes not be in such a giving mood. This muffed punt set Troy up in incredible field positioning.

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Burks outworks opponents on TD play

A 23-yard TD by Brandon Burks opens scoring. Troy takes a 7-0 lead over Louisiana-Lafayette thanks to the WR's tightrope acrobatics.

Watch: Troy vs. Louisiana-Lafayette

Louisiana-Lafayette hopes to send off its seniors with a win over Troy. The Ragin' Cajuns are favored by two points at home. Streaming live on ESPN3

Watch: Louisiana-Lafayette vs. App. State

Appalachian State hosts Louisiana-Lafayette in Boone, NC. The heavily-favored Mountaineers seek their ninth win of the season. Streaming live on ESPN3

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New Mexico State edges Louisiana-Lafayette 37-34

Gregory Hogan hauled in a touchdown pass to tie the game late in the fourth quarter and Parker Davidson nailed a 21-yard field goal to lift New Mexico State to a 37-34 win over Louisiana-Lafayett

Watch: New Mexico State at Louisiana Lafayette

The Aggies travel to Lafayette to take on the Ragin' Cajuns in a nonconference matchup. Louisiana Lafayette is favored by 17 in Vegas. Live on ESPN3

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UL Lafayette-South Alabama Postgame Breakdown (1:29)
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Wildcat to end-around to QB for a TD

South Alabama went into its bag of tricks when out of the wildcat formation, WR Gerald Everett got the pitch and threw it to QB Cody Clements for the TD in the 4th quarter. South Alabama would beat Louisiana Lafayette 32-25.

Watch: La. Lafayette vs. South Alabama

The Jaguars' 52 points in last week's win over Idaho were the most for South Alabama since becoming an FBS member in 2012. But winning consecutive games has been tough this year. In fact, the Jaguars have been outscored by an average of 35.7 points per game in games after a win this season (0-3). Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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ICYMI: One hand is all Georgia St. WR needs

Robert Davis' one-handed sideline snag is really something to behold.

Ragin' Cajuns escape with victory

Louisiana Lafayette was outgained by 83 yards, but pulled out a 23-21 victory over Georgia State. Stevie Artigue made three field goals in the win. Box score

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Mark Hudspeth Postgame Interview (1:04)