Don't feel bad for offensive guards Matt Chmielewski and Jacob Marnin. They could be back in the starting lineup this week, when the Salukis host Northern Iowa.SIU moved juniors Josh Podzielinski and Aaron Harris in between the tackles and center Jack White Saturday at Memphis. Both were former starters, and helped quarterback Sam Straub throw for four touchdowns for the second straight week. The Salukis lost 44-31, but it wasn't because of the offensive line.
How they scored: Connor Iwema went up and got Sam Straub's heave into the end zone for a 36-yard touchdown on the opening drive. Straub, under pressure, put it where only Iwema could get it, and the 6-foot, 208-pound senior came down with the ball in traffic in the back of the end zone. Matt Sotiropoulos hit the extra-point attempt.Drive details: 9 plays, 78 yards, 3:31How they scored: Riley Ferguson hit Anthony Miller from a yard out for the touchdown.
SIU had few explosive plays and the game's only turnover, but against Memphis, a team that put 48 on No. 25 UCLA seven days ago, it was impressive. The Salukis controlled the clock for most of the game despite only averaging 2.8 yards a carry, and had some huge plays in the passing game. Sam Straub's delivery to Darrell James, and his ability to break a tackle and beat everyone up the sideline for a critical touchdown right before the half, was highlight-reel stuff.
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