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.
Prior to SIU
Played two seasons at Oregon State and ran for 692 yards and six touchdowns...Averaged 4.6 yards per carry...Ran for 223 yards and three touchdowns in his first collegiate game as a true freshman in 2011...Oregon State's leading rusher in 2011 despite being limited to six games of action due to a hamstring injury...Appeared in all 13 games for Oregon State in 2012.
Two-year starter at cornerback and running back...28-8 record as a member of the varsity team for three years (state semifinals as a junior and senior)...Rivals ranked him the 45th best running back prospect in the nation...Two-year team captain...Two-time All-Metro Catholic Conference (6A) running back...All-state cornerback as a junior...Rushed for 904 yards and 17 touchdowns as a junior, and 505 yards and seven touchdowns in an injury-shortened senior season...Four-year varsity track member (sprinter), among the fastest in the state in the 100 and 200 meters.
Born May 17, 1993 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina...Son of Katherine and Ray Agnew...His father played 11 seasons as a defensive tackle in the NFL for the New England Patriots, New York Giants and St. Louis Rams...Father currently works in player personnel department for the Rams...Has two brothers including older brother Ray Agnew, who is a fullback on the team...An honor roll student at De Smet Jesuit with a 3.50 cumulative GPA and was named one of the school's Men of the Year for 2011.