Lions playing with a target on their back
HAMMOND - What happens when you can no longer sneak up on teams?
The Southeastern Lions know all about their opponents changing their approach in games against the formerly bottom-dwellers of the FCS division.
No longer can SLU surprise their opponents like they did in 2012, almost finishing above .500 after a 3-8 campaign in 2011.
Now, the Lions share a piece of the Southland Conference title, and they could wrap up the title with a win over a Nicholls State team currently on a five-game losing streak.
For more from Strawberry Stadium, check out Brian Holland's report.
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