Eastern Illinois Panthers (3-8)


Big 4th-quarter plays help SEMO hold off E. Illinois 38-32

CAMP GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) Zion Custis scored on a 97-yard kickoff return and Omardrick Douglas had an interception in the fourth quarter to help Southeast Missouri State hold off Eastern Illinois 38-32 on Saturday.

Harry Woodbery led an 80-yard drive, capped by a 7-yard touchdown pass to Alexander Hollins, to pull Eastern Illinois (3-8, 3-5 Ohio Valley Conference) to 30-24 with 6:52 remaining.

Custis scored on the ensuing kickoff. Woodbery led another long drive to the Redhawks 2, but the drive stalled with an incomplete pass on fourth-and-2. Douglas intercepted a Woodbury pass on the Panthers' next possession.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: J. Brantley2011
Passing TDs: J. Brantley14
Rushing Yards: I. Johnson708
Rushing TDs: I. Johnson7
Receiving Yards: A. Hollins1090
Receiving TDs: A. Hollins16
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2018
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/1 at Arkansas L 20 - 55
9/8 at Illinois State L 10 - 48
9/15 vs. Indiana State L 41 - 55
9/22 vs. Tennessee State L 40 - 41
9/29 at Tennessee Tech W 52 - 38
10/6 vs. Murray State L 41 - 48
10/13 at Jacksonville State L 22 - 49
10/20 vs. UT Martin W 24 - 21
10/27 at Eastern Kentucky L 23 - 31
11/10 vs. Austin Peay W 52 - 21
11/17 at Southeast Missouri State L 32 - 38
Ohio Valley
  Conference Overall
8 Jacksonville State 7-1 8-3
20 Southeast Missouri State 6-2 8-3
Eastern Kentucky 5-2 7-4
Murray State 5-3 5-6
Tennessee State 3-4 4-5
Eastern Illinois 3-5 3-8
Austin Peay 3-5 5-6
Tennessee-Martin 2-6 2-9
Tennessee Tech 1-7 1-10
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4898 (20)
Passing Yards: 3397 (6)
Rushing Yards: 1501 (80)
Points per game: 32.5 (25)
Yards per game: 445.3 (23)
Touchdowns: 44 (23)
Field Goals: 13 (24)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 5412 (119)
Passing Yards: 3033 (118)
Rushing Yards: 2379 (105)
Points per game: 40.5 (113)
Yards per game: 492.0 (118)
Touchdowns: 55 (113)
Field Goals: 16 (121)
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