CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) -Timmy Holloman rushed for a career-high three touchdowns to lead Southeast Missouri over Southwest Baptist 38-17.
Southwest Baptist (0-2) took a 14-7 lead early in the third quarter, but Southeast Missouri (1-1) took advantage of a botched snap on a Bearcats punt attempt and gained possession on SBU?s 30 yard line, which set up a 20-yard TD run for Holloman.
The TD started a 31-3 scoring advantage to end the game.
Holloman finished with 203 yards on 19 carries and also rushed for TDs of 66 and 31 yards.
Southeast Missouri collected three interceptions, including two by Chris Nelson.
The Redhawks? Eddie Calvin finished the scoring when he intercepted a pass on the goal line and ran it back 100 yards with 8:26 remaining in the fourth quarter.
SBU?s Steve Gachette completed 21 of 48 passes for 250 yards and one TD, a 20-yard pass to LaMarcus Windham with 12:27 remaining in the third.
Windham caught five passes for 88 yards.
Southeast Missouri?s Victor Anderson completed 4-of-8 passes for 55 yards and one TD, an 11-yard pass to Brad Stewart in the second quarter for the game?s first score.
Anderson also rushed for 29 yards.
Southeast Missouri had 14 penalties, which resulted in a loss of 137 yards.

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