Southern sealed the win with a fourth-and-one stop.
No. 7 SDSU is the highest ranked opponent SIU has defeated since Oct. 17, 2009 (No. 2 Northern Iowa).
This is only the third time since the beginning of the 2012 season the Salukis have given up four or more passing touchdowns.
This is the third consecutive game the Salukis have put up over 400 yards of total offense.
The Saluki defense has now recorded a sack in 40 of its previous 41 games.
Played in all 11 games and started eight games at wide receiver...Fourth on the team in receptions (26) and receiving yards (250)...Hauled in a season-high four receptions against Youngstown State and again against North Dakota State...Recorded a season-best 45 receiving yards against Indiana State...Threw a 12-yard completion to MyCole Pruitt at North Dakota State...Received the MVFC Commissioner's Academic Excellence Award, which requires a minimum GPA of 3.2 for the previous two semesters.
Played in all 11 games, starting 10...Second on the team with 26 catches...Third on the team with 278 yards and 25.3 yards per game.
2010 (Redshirt Freshman)
Played in 10 games...Returned three punts for 37 yards, all in the Quincy game...Had a long return of 17 yards...Made seven tackles on special teams...Received the team's Annihilator Award, which goes to the offensive player with the most outstanding week of strength training, for the week of the Southeast Missouri State game...Named to the MVFC Academic Honor Roll.
Sacred Heart-Griffin High School's all-time career leader in receptions...Two-time first team all-conference and all-state Max Preps. Was a first team Chicago Tribune, Champaign News Gazette and Illinois Football Coaches Association all-state selection in 2008...Central State 8 Conference Player of the Year as a senior...Led the conference and set a SHG single-season record with 1,259 receiving yards...Finished second in the state with 18 yards per catch...Led the conference with 71 catches...Led the team to a 6A state championship...Returned four kickoffs and three punts for touchdowns...Scored 142 points...Had six interceptions, including one which he returned 104 yards for a TD...Also posted 54 solo tackles and assisted on 36. As a junior, he led the conference in catches (41) and receiving yards (886)...His 886 receiving yards were fourth-best in school history...Averaged 21.6 yards per catch and finished with 11 TD receptions...Ranked first on the team with 78 points, four interceptions and 94 all-purpose yards, leading SHG to a state championship.
Born Aug. 13, 1990, in Springfield, Ill...Son of Paula and Mike Lantz...Has one brother, Ryan, who was a left-handed pitcher at UT-Martin...Majoring in recreation.