McNeese (4-1, 2-1 Southland Conference), which has won four straight after dropping the opener at Nicholls, had little trouble against SFA (2-3, 2-1) which started conference play with wins over Incarnate Word and Abilene Christian before encountering the Cowboys.
The McNeese defense, ranked No. 1 in conference in both rushing and total defense, did not give up a touchdown for the second-straight game, limiting the Lumberjacks to 224 total yards. McNeese amassed 505 total yards.
Tabary, who threw for 158 yards, has thrown for a conference-best 1,173 yards this season and leads the league with 14 touchdown passes.
SFA's Jake Blumrick threw for 163 yards with one interception.
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Jeff Monken explains that emotions run high in the Army-Navy game, and it's important to stay in the moment and focus on the objective.
Former Navy QB Roger Staubach explains that when both teams run the ball so much, the team with fewer turnovers will come out on top.
Ken Niumatalolo explains that everyone knows someone who has served or is serving, so it makes the Army-Navy game easy for any fan to get into.
Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher shares why he finally left Tallahassee after being courted in the past and what his first week in College Station has entailed.
Lamar Jackson explains that Louisville wasn't able to reach its preseason expectations because of injuries early in the year.
Desmond Howard explains that both Army and Navy keep the ball on the ground, so the difference in the game may come down to special teams.
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