Texas State led 66-49 with four minutes remaining and Sule's layup at 2:59 marked the Bobcats' last points and a 68-51 lead. Working the shot clock to its final seconds, the Bobcats missed their last three shots.
Neither team missed a free throw with the Bobcats going 8-for-8 and the Ragin' Cajuns making 13.
Texas State plays Texas-Arlington at home next Saturday. Louisiana-Lafayette hosts Louisiana-Monroe next Saturday.
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