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In a must-win game to keep a chance of a home field advantage for the first round of the playoffs, the Louisiana Swashbucklers manhandled the Columbus Lions 51-31 in Southern Indoor Football League action at the Lake Charles Civic Center.

Swashbuckler quarterback Freddie Harrison went 10 for 23 and two touchdowns in the air, while Kendrick Perry had 16 carries for 108 yards and one touchdown.

The Swashbucklers and the Lions were pretty much even in terms of offense statistics. Louisiana had 274 total yards (146 rushing and 128 passing) while Columbus had 252 total yards (7 rushing and 245 passing).

The time of possession was also fairly equal, with Columbus controlling the ball 30 minutes 58 seconds and Louisiana having possession 29 minutes 2 seconds.

What made the difference in the scoring was third down conversions. Louisiana managed to convert six of eight on third down, while the Lions could only manage to convert two of their six attempts.

The Swashbucklers’ used a balanced offensive attack, with five players gett...

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