HAMMOND, La. -- Bryan Bennett started his Southeastern Louisiana career off by rushing for three touchdowns and 106 yards in the Lions dominating 45-7 win over Southeast Missouri.
Southeastern Louisiana's offense dominated the game, rolling up 494 yards and scoring 31 unanswered points. Kody Sutton, Xavier Roberson and Rasheed Harrell all rushed for more than 50 yards. Sutton and Roberson each had touchdowns.
Bennett, who transferred from Oregon, also threw for 169 yards.
Southeastern Louisiana's defense dominated Southeast Missouri, allowing zero points after the first quarter and spoiling quarterback Kyle Snyder's return.
Snyder spent last season on the sidelines after injuring his knee. The Lions defense held Snyder to 75 yards, on 6 of 13 attempts.
Lennies McFerren scored Southeast Missouri's lone touchdown on a 6-yard run in the first quarter, capping off a 10 play, 75 yard drive.
Mississippi's football program has been cited for 13 of the 28 NCAA rules infractions included in the notice of allegations that the Rebels received in January.
ESPN Big Ten reporter Brian Bennett discusses why the SEC is upset about Michigan's spring break trip and what the NCAA might do about it.
Stanford and Notre Dame split their last two meetings in dramatic contests, and their 2016 matchup will be highly anticipated.
A lawsuit alleges that the University of Tennessee has violated Title IX policies and created a "hostile sexual environment" through indifference toward sexual assaults by student-athletes.
Ian O'Connor, senior writer at ESPN.com, joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss Roger Goodell's response to safety concerns in the NFL.
Stanford defensive line coach Randy Hart is retiring after 46 years as a college coach.
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