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September 7, 2013

EVENING UPDATE: NSU pounded by Pitt State in season opener

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Pittsburg State 45, Northeastern State 6

NSU        0        0        0       6      --      6

Pitt        14      14      10       7      --     45

First quarter

PITTSBURG STATE — Steven Sullivan 4-yard run (Connor Frazell kick), 11:28.

PITTSBURG STATE — Gavin Lutman 18-yard pass from Anthony Abenoja (Frazell kick), 3:30.

Second quarter

PITTSBURG STATE — Lutman 28-yard pass from Abenoja (Frazell kick), 7:49.

PITTSBURG STATE — Luke Rampy 23-yard pass from Abenoja (Frazell kick), 0:31.

Third quarter

PITTSBURG STATE — Jeff Seybold Jr. 80-yard run (Frazell kick), 12:32.

PITTSBURG STATE — Frazell 43-yard field goal, 5:46.

Fourth quarter

PITTSBURG STATE — Abenoja 17-yard run (Frazell kick), 13:17.

NORTHEASTERN STATE — Thor Long 1-yard run (conversion failed), 9:51.

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