If you never heard of Stephen F. Austin, now they hold the WAC record for points in NAIA’s conference history.
The Lumberjacks defeated Warner by a score of 98-0 on Saturday.
How did Stephen F. Austin score so many points?
Game reports illustrate that the Lumberjacks scored 35 points in the first quarter, 24 points in the second quarter, 12 points in the third quarter, and 27 points in the fourth quarter.
Stephen F. Austin added 599 yards in the whole game, 478 were passing yards, and 121 were rushing yards. Meanwhile, Warner University just completed 114 passing yards and 27 rushing yards, converting 9 first downs during the game.
The starting quarterback Trae Self combined with the offensive line to score four passing touchdowns. Back-up quarterbacks saw action during the game and converted a total of eight passing touchdowns.
Stephen F. Austin’s four quarterbacks generated 478 passing yards, combining 29 of 35 passing attempts. Twelve receivers caught at least one pass from the four quarterbacks.
How many records did Stephen F. Austin break?
According to the Stephen F. Austin Athletics Department, the Lumberjacks:
Sent to the field 89 playersScored 98 points, the most scored by any WAC programScored 59 points at halftime, the most scored by any WAC programFinished 7 in 7 in the red zone and converted 6 of 7 third-down chanc
In the history of the NAIA, Stephen F. Austin are the third team with the most points in a game.
Portland Statehold the record of points scored in a game after defeating Delaware 105-0 back on November 8, 1980.