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Name: Lindsey Scott Jr. (Double Transfer from Nicholls/Missouri)
College: Incarnate Word     Number: 1
Height: 5-11   Weight: 212
Position: QB  Pos2: RB/ATH
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

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 Data Scout Notes: **2022: POYC/1stC...PWPayton/P1stC...Double Transfer from Nicholls/Missouri...2021: HMC...Transfer from Missouri



 Lindsey Scott Jr., Incarnate Word, Player News


  Lindsey Scott's fifth touchdown pass of the game for freshman Kole Wilson's first scoring reception of his Incarnate Word career lifted the seventh-seeded Cardinals to a 41-38 victory over Furman on Saturday in the second round of the FCS playoffs. The Cardinals (11-1) will take on the winner of the Richmond-Sacramento State in the their first quarterfinals appearance. The winning score came with just under two minutes to go after the Cardinals had blown a 14-point third-quarter lead. Furman's final drive ended with Elliott Davison's interception at the Incarnate Word 9-yard line. After the Cardinals rolled up 438 yards offense and a 28-17 first-half lead behind four touchdown passes by Scott, three to Darion Chafin, Furman (10-3) rallied behind Tyler Huff. Huff had two TD runs and a scoring pass in the second half. His 1-yard keeper with seven minutes to go gave the Paladins the lead. Huff also had an 11-yard touchdown run and a 50-yard scoring pass to Joshua Harris in the second half.

Scott and Chafin had a game's worth of stats in the first half. Scott already had 312 yards passing with four touchdowns and two interceptions, including a pick-6, plus 76 yards rushing. Chafin had three of those TD catches and 149 yards receiving. Cally Chizik picked off Scott and returned it for a touchdown - his second pick-6 this season - two minutes into the game. But Scott came right back to throw a 21-yard TD pass to Chafin as the quarterback was falling backward. He found Chafin again deep on a post route for an 80-yard score. Chizik's returned his second interception of the game 33 yards to the Cardinals 5-yard line and Dominic Roberto went in from a yard out for a 17-14 first-quarter Furman lead. The Cardinals came back with two more Scott TD passes, a 27-yarder to Chafin, and a 42-yarder that deflected off a defender before Taylor Grimes controlled for a 28-17 halftime lead. Scott finished 33 of 49 for 394 yards passing and 124 rushing yards. Marcus Cooper ran for 104. Chafin had 166 yards receiving and Grimes 112. Carson Mohr kicked two second-half field goals. - Incarnate Word/AP College Football


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  2022 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: QB Lindsey Scott, Jr., UIW, Gr.,...Walter Payton Award Finalist, Scott, led both the Southland Conference and FCS in almost every statistical category. He completed 240 of 328 passes (73%) for 3,791 yards (2nd in the nation) with 50 touchdowns (1st in the nation) and only four interceptions giving him the best passing efficiency in all of Division I football. Scott finished two games with seven touchdowns and six games with five-plus touchdowns. He not only got it done through the air but also on the ground. This season he rushed for 388 yards and added seven touchdowns, bringing his total to 57, setting the new record for touchdowns responsible for at UIW. He also holds the record for passing TDs (50) in a season and he's tied for most touchdowns in a single game with seven. Scott was named NCAA FCS Player of the Week, FCS Stats Perform Offensive Player of the Week, and Southland Conference Player of the Week (2x). - Incarnate Word Football

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  2022 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Lindsey Scott, Jr., UIW,...Walter Payton Award nominee Scott's impressive season helped push UIW to a co-conference championship, a 10-1 record, and the No. 7 national seed in the FCS playoffs. He completed 240-of-328 passes for 3,791 yards with 50 touchdown passes against only four interceptions. He became the first FCS quarterback to throw seven touchdown passes in a half on two occasions. Scott leads the nation in passing efficiency (218.1), yards per pass attempt (11.56), point responsibility (348), and point responsibility per game (31.6), and ranks second in the nation in passing touchdowns (50), total passing yards (3,791), and passing yards per game (344.6). Scott also earns first team all-Southland honors at quarterback and is the first UIW player to ever earn Southland Player of the Year laurels. - Southland Conference Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. passed for 382 yards and five touchdowns, Marcus Cooper ran for a career-high 254 yards and two scores and Incarnate Word steamrolled Northwestern State 66-7 on Saturday. Scott and Incarnate Word (10-1, 5-1 Southland Conference), ranked 7th in the FCS coaches poll, spotted Northwestern State (4-7, 4-2) a 7-0 lead before scoring 66 straight. Scott had two touchdown passes in the first quarter, including a 10-yard scoring toss to Darion Chafin. Scott added an 18-yard scoring run and a short scoring toss to Jaelin Campbell in the second quarter as the Cardinals took a 31-7 halftime lead. Scott threw touchdown passes to Chafin covering 51 and 48 yards around Cooper's 67-yard scoring run and Incarnate Word led 52-7 after three quarters. Cooper had a 78-yard touchdown run in the fourth. Chafin had six catches for 143 yards. Incarnate Word tied Southeast Louisiana with a 5-1 record in conference play, but the Lions were the lone team to beat the Cardinals - 41-35 in late September. - Incarnate Word/AP College Football

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  NOV 7 SOUTHLAND OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Lindsey Scott, Jr., UIW - QB - Gr. - Zachary, La. (Zachary HS),...In the first half of the Cardinals' 73-20 win over HCU, Scott completed 15-of-20 passes for 319 yards and seven touchdowns for his third offensive player of the week award this season. This is the second game this season he has thrown for seven touchdowns in one half of play - only two such games existed in all of FCS history prior to this season. He now holds the top two passing efficiency single game marks this season after notching a 324.48 on Saturday. His 45 touchdown passes this season is tied for the fourth-most in a single Southland season and is only two short of the school record set last season by Cameron Ward. - Southland Conference Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. tied a school record with seven touchdowns in the first half and Incarnate Word routed Houston Christian 73-20 on Saturday. Scott's now the program record holder with 51 touchdowns this season. He led Incarnate Word to 49 points in the second quarter to set another program record for scoring in any quarter. Scott was 15 of 20 for 319 yards with touchdown passes to five different receivers. Brandon Porter and Darion Chafin each had two touchdown grabs, and Jaelin Campbell and Taylor Grimes each had 70-plus yards receiving and a touchdown. Justin Fomby was intercepted three times for Houston Christian. Kelechi Anyalebechi had a pick-6, Shawn Holton returned his 40 yards and Donte Thompson added a 25-yard return. Marcus Cooper had 79 yards rushing and a touchdown for Incarnate Word (9-1, 4-1 Southland). Fomby finished 27 of 45 for 267 yards for Houston Christian (2-7, 1-4). Ismail Mahdi rushed for 87 yards. - Incarnate Word/AP College Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. was 12 of 14 for 302 yards and five touchdowns, and Incarnate Word rolled past NAIA-member Faulkner 70-0 on Saturday. Incarnate Word scored 35 points in the first quarter and cruised. Scott was 10 of 11 for 255 yards and four TDs in the first quarter. Darion Chafin opened the scoring with a 64-yard touchdown, Taylor Grimes scored from 70-yards out and CJ Hardy capped the first-quarter scoring with a 42-yarder. Hardy also scored from the 19 early in the second quarter.

Kole Wilson returned two punts for touchdowns - both for 48 yards. Wilson is the single-game, season and career record holder for punt return TDs for Incarnate Word. Grimes had a team-high four catches for 133 yards and a touchdown for Incarnate Word. Hardy added 81 yards receiving and two scores, and Chafin had 73 yards and a score. Steven Duncan added two rushing touchdowns for Incarnate Word (7-1). Ben Anderson completed 11 of 18 for 103 yards for Faulkner. - Incarnate Word/AP College Football


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  SEPT 19 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Lindsey Scott, UIW, Jr. - QB - Gr. - Zachary, La. (Zachary HS),...Scott led the Cardinals to their third consecutive win to start the season, with a 32-of-43 passing effort in three quarters of a 31-14 win at Prairie View A&M. He passed for 272 yards and three touchdowns. Scott leads the nation in pass efficiency and ranks second in touchdowns and yards. - Southland Conference Football

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  OCT 10 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Lindsey Scott, Jr., UIW - QB - Gr. - Zachary, La. (Zachary HS),...Scott was dominant in the Cardinals' 56-17 win over Lamar, leading UIW to touchdowns on all eight drives of the first half. In just one half of action, Scott completed 23-of-26 passes for 401 yards and seven touchdowns, and also recorded five carries for 29 yards. The seven touchdowns ties Cameron Ward for the school record, ties the second-most in Southland history for a single game, is the most by an FCS player this season, and ties the FCS record for touchdown passes in a half. His passer efficiency rating of 306.862 in the game is also the highest single-game rating by an FCS passer this year. - Southland Conference Football

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  OCT 10 STATS FCS NATIONAL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Lindsey Scott Jr., UIW, QB, Grad, 5-11, 212, Zachary, Louisiana,...Scott had a first half for the FCS ages against Lamar, completing 23 of 26 (88.5%) pass attempts for 401 yards and seven touchdowns. The TD passes tied the FCS record for one half and matched the Cardinals' mark for a game, and his passing efficiency (306.9) was the FCS seasonal high. He did not play in the second half. Honorable Mention: Cade Brister, Lindenwood; Bret Bushka, QB, Butler; Tim DeMorat, QB, Fordham; Jermiah Dobbins, RB, Abilene Christian; Bailey Fisher, QB, Gardner-Webb; Alfonso Graham, RB, Morgan State; Eric Rodriguez, QB, Texas A&M-Commerce; Jacob Saylors, RB/KR, ETSU; Xavier Shepherd, QB, Kennesaw State; DeVonte Tanksley, WR, UT Martin. - Stats FCS Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. passed for 401 yards and seven touchdowns - all on seven first-half possessions - to propel Incarnate Word to a 56-17 victory over Lamar on Saturday. Scott opened the scoring for Incarnate Word (5-1, 2-1 Southland Conference) seven plays into the game with a 21-yard scoring strike to Taylor Grimes. Marcus Cooper followed with a 16-yard touchdown run on the Cardinals' second possession for a 14-0 lead. Scott capped the next three possessions with scoring throws to Roger McCuller covering 14 yards, an 83-yarder to Jaelin Campbell and a 6-yarder to Brandon Porter for a 35-0 first-quarter lead.

Scott hit Porter for a 5-yard touchdown midway through the second quarter before connecting with Darion Chafin from 19 yards out and Grimes from the 14 for a 56-10 halftime lead. Scott completed 23 of 26 passes, tying the school's single-game touchdown mark before sitting out the second half. Chafin finished with four catches for 115 yards, while Grimes caught six passes for 94. Mike Chandler completed 13 of 25 passes for 177 yards with one interception for the Cardinals of Lamar (0-6, 0-3). RJ Carver and Jalen Dummett had touchdown runs. - Incarnate Word/AP College Football


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  Lindsey Scott Jr. threw four touchdown passes and ran for three more as Incarnate Word rolled past McNeese State, 48-20 in a Southland Conference battle Saturday night. Scott, a graduate transfer from Nicholls, had a pair of 7-yard touchdown runs in the first quarter to stake Incarnate Word to a 14-0 lead, and after McNeese answered with 10 second-quarter points, hit Taylor Grimes from 11 yards out for a 21-10 halftime lead. Scott hit Grimes with two more touchdown passes in the second half, including a 33-yard strike in the third quarter, and tossed 23 yards to CJ Hardy. Scott was 25 of 35 for 347 yards and added 49 yards rushing on 10 carries as the Cardinals (4-1, 1-1) amassed 550 yards offense. Marcus Cooper added 25 carries for 135 yards and Grimes caught eight passes for 115 yards. McNeese (1-4, 0-1) managed 310 yards of offense. Knox Kadum was 13-of-26 passing for 144 yards. Deonta McMahon carried 17 times for 88 yards. - AP College Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. threw three touchdown passes and Incarnate Word cruised to a 31-14 victory over Prairie View on Saturday night. Five minutes into the game, Darion Chafin made a two-handed, over-the shoulder 6-yard touchdown catch while falling into the end zone for Incarnate Word (3-0). Scott added another 6-yard score to Taylor Grimes in the first quarter and an 18-yarder to Marquez Perez early in the second. Scott was 31-of-43 passing for 233 yards, and he sat out for most of the fourth quarter. Jarrell Wiley had 92 yards rushing and Isaiah Robinson added 86 yards on the ground. Ahmad Antoine scored on a 2-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and from a yard out in the fourth for Prairie View A&M (1-2). Antoine finished with 86 yards rushing on 14 carries. The FCS eighth-ranked Cardinals entered with the second-highest scoring offense in the nation averaging 59.5 points. - AP College Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. threw four touchdown passes, two to Darion Chafin who had a school-record 262 yards receiving, and Incarnate Word came back from a two-touchdown deficit to beat Nevada 55-41 on Saturday. Nevada built a 17-3 lead in the first quarter before the Cardinals scored the next 35 points. Nate Cox ran for a touchdown and passed 26 yards to Toa Taua for another score to get the Wolf Pack within seven after three quarters. Scott threw a 10-yard TD pass to Marcus Cooper to extend the Cardinals' lead to 48-34 midway through the fourth quarter.

Scott was 18-of-25 passing for 406 yards with an interception. Chafin got his yards on just seven catches, including a 77-yard reception to the Nevada 1 that led to a score, a 44-yard TD catch and a 41-yarder for an insurance TD with 1:10 remaining. Taylor Grimes added 101 yards receiving. Cox was 22-of-43 passing for 302 yards and two touchdowns for the Wolf Pack (2-1). He also ran for a score. Tua rushed for 101 yards including a TD. The FCS ninth-ranked Cardinals (2-0) also got a 59-yard fumble return for a score from Kelechi Anyalebechi. The game finished in a thick haze created by the Mosquito fire located between Reno and Sacramento, Calif. - AP College Football


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  Lindsey Scott Jr. threw six touchdown passes and ran for another score as Incarnate Word rolled past Southern Illinois 64-29 on Saturday night in a season opener. Scott, a Nicholls State transfer, was 17 of 25 passing for 391 yards. He connected with nine receivers that included six completions of 36 yards or more. Taylor Grimes caught two touchdown passes and finished with 126 yards receiving. Darion Chafin added four receptions for 106 yards and a score. The Cardinals scored three touchdowns plus added a safety in the first quarter. Scott threw a 66-yard touchdown pass and a 55-yarder each to Grimes. Scott's scoring run came from 6 yards out. Scott's 79-yard touchdown pass to Chafin made it 29-7 early in second quarter. Tiji Paul had a pick-six for the Cardinals in the third. Romeir Elliott had 103 yards rushing and a touchdown for Southern Illinois. The start was delayed 40 minutes due to weather. - Incarnate Word/AP College Football

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  2022 PRESEASON WALTER PAYTON AWARD WATCH LIST: QB Lindsey Scott Jr., UIW, Sr., 5-11, 220,...Scott, one of 11 quarterbacks to make the list, will play his first season with the Cardinals after transferring from Nicholls State University in the spring. In his final season with the Colonels, he totaled 990 yards with nine touchdowns to lead the Southland in rushing yards while throwing for 2,083 yards and 16 touchdowns. - Incarnate Word Football

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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): QB Lindsey Scott Jr., UIW, Sr., Zachary, La.,...Sixteen student-athletes from the University of the Incarnate Word football team were selected to the Southland's 2022 Preseason All-Conference Football Team presented by B1 Patches. The Cardinals led the way with the highest number of selections. Last season as a Coronel Scott threw 2,083 yards for 16 touchdowns with a season-long 53-yard completion and had a season-best 359 passing yards against Louisiana Lafayette. - Incarnate Word Football

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  2021 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): QB Lindsey Scott Jr., NICH,...Nicholls had two honorable mentions - quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. and defensive lineman Myles Vigne. Scott led the Southland in rushing yards (990) while throwing for over 2,000 yards. He accounted for 16 touchdown passes and nine rushing TDs. - Nicholls Football

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  Collin Guggenheim ran for 125 yards and two touchdowns to lead Nicholls State to a 24-14 win over McNeese State on Saturday. Kohen Granier came off the bench and threw for 152 yards and a touchdown for the Colonels (4-4, 3-2 Southland Conference). Granier replaced Lindsey Scott Jr., who is close to 2,000 yards passing and 1,000 yards rushing, but threw two interceptions in this game as the offense sputtered early. Guggenheim's 1-yard plunge capped a 10-play, 74-yard drive that produced a 21-14 lead with 6:10 left. The game was close with Nicholls getting 367 yards and McNeese 352. The Colonels lost the turnover battle 3-1. However, the Cowboys (3-5, 2-3) had 13 penalties for 179 yards. A last-minute field goal clinched the win and entering their final drive, the Cowboys had more penalty yards than either the running game or passing game, until a late scramble. - AP College Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. threw three touchdowns passes and ran for a score and Nicholls rolled to a 42-21 homecoming win over rival Northwestern State on Saturday. Collin Guggenheim ran for 158 yards and two touchdowns for the Colonels (4-4, 3-2 Southland Conference), who won their sixth straight in the Louisiana rivalry. Scott was 18-of-28 passing for 264 yards and rushed for 117 yards on 16 carries. Scott had all of his touchdowns in the first half. He had a 13-yard pass to Devonta Jason with two minutes to go and then a 16-yarder to Dai'Jean Dixon with 17 seconds left as the Colonels took a 28-14 lead. Guggenheim had a pair of short touchdown runs to cap long third-quarter drives to break the game open. Zach Clement threw for one touchdown and rushed for two more for the Demons (1-7, 1-4), accounting for 305 yards. - AP College Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. rushed for 135 yards and accounted for three touchdowns in the first quarter to get Nicholls started toward a 44-14 victory over Houston Baptist on Saturday night. Scott finished with 214 yards passing and 161 yards on the ground. Freshman Collin Guggenheim had his first 100-yard rushing game, gaining 123 yards on 22 carries. The Colonels finished with 572 total yards - 347 rushing and 225 passing. Tyreke Boyd had a 32-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter for the Colonels (3-4, 2-2 Southland). Houston Baptist (0-7, 0-4) managed just 157 yards. Orion Olivas was 21-of-43 passing for 149 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. Tyson Thompson returned a kickoff 89 yards for a touchdown. - AP College Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. passed for 183 yards and was one of three Nicholls players with 100-plus rushing yards as the Colonels defeated Houston Baptist 48-17 on Saturday night in a game twice delayed by lightning. Scott carried 16 times for 143 yards and two touchdowns in going over 100 yards rushing for the third consecutive game. Marquese Albert had his first career 100-yard game with 16 carries for 108 yards and Julien Gums had six carries for 105 more. Gums had two touchdowns and a 67-yard non-scoring run. The Colonels (2-2, 1-0 Southland Conference) had 421 yards rushing and 229 through the air for a total of 650 yards while holding Houston Baptist (0-4, 0-1) to 147 passing and 35 rushing. Desmond Young completed 16 of 28 passes for 130 yards and threw two touchdown passes in the second quarter for Houston Baptist. - AP College Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. accounted for three touchdowns and Kevin Johnson returned a fumble for another score - all in the second half - as Nicholls rallied to defeat North Alabama 31-14 on Saturday. North Alabama built a 14-3 halftime lead before the Colonels caught fire and scored 28 unanswered points in the second half. Scott's running and passing were prominent in the comeback. He finished with 172 yards and two touchdowns passing and ran for another 142 yards and a touchdown. The Colonels (1-2) gained 291 yards on the ground as Julien Gums also surpassed 100 yards, gaining 139 on 19 carries. The Lions (0-4) built their first-half lead on two touchdown passes by Blake Devers, who finished 12 of 19 for 158 yards passing. Much of the second-half damage occurred in the third quarter when Nicholls scored two touchdowns to take the lead and held North Alabama to 14 yards. Johnson returned a Devers fumble 53 yards for a touchdown midway through the fourth quarter, and Scott finished the scoring with a short touchdown pass to Dai'Jean Dixon inside of the final two minutes. - AP College Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. threw two of his three touchdown passes to Dai'Jean Dixon, Julien Gums had 36 carries for 156 yards and a score, and Nicholls beat Northwestern State 31-24 on Saturday night. Nicholls (3-0, 2-0 Southland Conference), ranked No. 7 in the STATS FCS poll, is off to its best start since the 1986 season. Scott was 21-of-33 passing for 299 yards with an interception. Dixon finished with seven receptions for 115 yards. Dixon had a 6-yard TD catch late in the first quarter to give the Colonels the lead for good and his 1-yard scoring reception about three minutes later made it 21-7. Aubrey Scott had nine carries for 119 yards, including an 80-yard touchdown run, and Scooter Adams scored on a 58-yard run for Northwestern State (0-1, 0-1). - Nicholls/AP College Football

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  Quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. accounted for six touchdowns throwing for three and running for three and Nicholls State dismantled Lamar 55-0 in a Southland Conference opener for both teams on Saturday. Scott threw scoring passes of 23 yards to K.J. Franklin, 28 yards to Troy Hurst and 45 yards to Dontaze Costly. His touchdown jaunts were of 33, 7 and 5 yards. He was 16-for-21 passing for 232 yards; an average of 14.5 yards per completion. He ran 10 times and gained 108 yards. The No. 9-ranked Colonels (2-0, 1-0) scored a pair of touchdowns in the first quarter and three each in the second and third before pulling back against the Cardinals (0-1, 0-1). Lamar gained 91 yards on offense. - Nicholls State/AP College Football

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  Lindsey Scott Jr. and Kohen Granier each passed for a pair of touchdowns and Nicholls State opened the season with an 87-3 win over Division II Lincoln (Mo.) on Friday night. It was a program record for points in a game and the largest margin of victory for a Southland Conference team since 2009. Eight players scored on a touchdown run for the Colonels, who finished with 234 yards rushing on 42 carries. Dai'Jean Dixon had five catches for 80 yards and a TD, Dontaze Costly caught three passes for 48 yards and two scores, and Tevin Bush had four catches for 48 yards and a touchdown and ran for a score. Tori Hicks ran 16 times for 71 yards for the Blue Tigers. - AP College Football

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