Southeastern loses in OT 48-42 to Samford in second round of FCS Playoffs
BIRMINGHAM - The Southeastern football season ends after a heartbreaking loss at Samford 48-42 in overtime. The Lions were down 2 scores in the fourth quarter but made a comeback to bring the game into OT.
But quarterback Cephus Johnson fumbled the football into the end zone during the period, and Samford had the game-winning touchdown.
Southeastern ends the season with a 9-4 record.
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