CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. -- Marquis Terry ran for 184 yards and two touchdowns to lead Southeast Missouri to its first win, 29-10 win Eastern Kentucky on Saturday night.
Terry had touchdowns runs on 4 and 1 yards and Cameron Sanders had a 77-yard touchdown run as the Redhawks (1-4, 1-1 Ohio Valley Conference) piled up 299 yards on the ground.
Southeast Missouri held the Colonels (1-3, 1-1), who had won six straight in a series they lead 24-4, to just 11 yards. EKU ranks last in the conference, averaging 56.7 yards a game. Last week Eastern Illinois was last at 50 yards but shredded the Redhawks for 230 yards.
Eastern Kentucky quarterbacks were just 19 of 46 for 306 yards with three interceptions and a late touchdown. EKU also lost a fumble. Ryan Markush had four catches for 122 yards.
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