Ragin Cajuns win 4th Straight vs. WKU - KLFY News 10

Ragin Cajuns win 4th Straight vs. WKU

It didn't start out great for the Ragin Cajuns Tuesday Night at L.T. Stadium in Bowling Green, KY. But, it ended well as Louisiana won it's 4th straight game 37-20 on Tuesday Night.

WKU was up 10-nothing, and about to go up 3 scores, when WKU QB Brandon Dougherty threw an interception to UL's Al Riles. 

Riles went 99 yards for the score, the 2nd longest in Cajun history.    The Ragin Cajuns went into the locker room at halftime tied at 13!

In the 2nd Half, UL kicker Stephen Brauchle kicked a 23 yard FG to take a 16-13 lead.  The Cajuns never looked back.  QB Terrance Broadway had 13 carries and 40 yards along with the next UL score.  The Cajuns took the lead 23-13. 

Cajun Linebacker Justin Anderson forced two turnovers, and UL's defense had 4 total turnovers.  Anderson's 2nd forced turnover, lead to a Jacob Maxwell TD reception. Broadway finished with 5-12 with 90 yards passing and 1TD.

  Louisana RB Alonzo Harris finished the scoring with a 2 yard plunge.  Harris finished with 22 carries and 115 yards, with 2 touchdowns.

The Cajuns play next Tuesday Night at Arkansas State. UL is now 4-2, 2-0 in SBC play.

 

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