Stroud tied a school record with his five touchdowns tosses.
The McNeese State Cowboys (3-0) were trailing 35-31 as the fourth quarter began. Stroud engineered an 82-yard drive, culminating in a 28-yard pass to Jereon McGilvery to put them in front 38-35. The West Alabama Tigers (1-1) marched right back to retake the lead, 42-38, with 3:41 remaining in the game on Gary Johnston's 2-yard run.
Stroud, who totaled 366 yards passing, completed five passes as he led the Cowboys 66 yards for the final score.
West Alabama failed to get past their own 24 yard line as the Cowboys sealed the game.
Kyle Caldwell led the Tigers, throwing for three touchdowns and 300 yards.
Mike & Mike explore how things would be different if Ole Miss defeated Arkansas in overtime and what that would have meant for Alabama's playoff chances.
Seniors to decide if Florida WR Robinson can return from suspension for violating team rules.
Scott Van Pelt and Stanford Steve look back at "bad beats" from Week 13 in college football.
Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook joins Scott Van Pelt to discuss the Spartans' season and their chances of making the College Football Playoff.
USC named Clay Helton its permanent football coach on Monday, just days after he led the Trojans to the Pac-12 South championship.
SEC Network's Clint Stoerner and Matt Stinchcomb discuss how LSU football will move forward with Les Miles as head coach.
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