Marshall University has the longest winning streak in Division 1A college football. Southeast Missouri State has played a Division 1A team only once. It figured to be a mismatch, and it was. Marshall rolled over SEMO 63-7. Chanston Rogers scored three times for the Thundering Herd. It was the most points allowed by the Indians since they lost to Southwest Missouri State 67-0 in 1922. The Indians did manage to keep the game close through most of the first half, and tied the score at 7 when Rashad West hit Leslie Weaver with a 26-yard TD pass on fourth down. But Marshall rolled after that, running up 573 yards. SEMO moved the ball effectively in the first half, piling up 213 yards and suffering only one three-downs-and-out possession. The Thundering Herd has won 18 straight games, and 32 in a row at home, both the nation’s longest winning streaks. SEMO received 120-thousand dollars to play in Huntington.