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A Georgia State Football Score

A Georgia State Football Score

Georgia State Football Score

The 47-42 victory move the Panthers to 6-1 on the season and marks the first time since 1974 that a member of the state’s football-playing powerhouses has gone more than five games without a loss.

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Ball State quarterback Drew Plitt dropped back to pass, but defensive pressure forced him to scrambled around in the pocket. The ball fell out of his hands in the process and was recovered by defensive end Javon Denis. Denis ran the ball 37 yards untouched into the end zone for the touchdown, and Georgia State took a 14-7 lead on the ensuing extra point.

“We had a lot of missed opportunities, and not just in the second half,” head coach Butch Jones said.” “It started on the first drive (of the game). The defense does a great job of taking the ball away, and you have to play complimentary football and turn that turnover into seven points, and we had to kick a field goal. When you give up 15 tackles for loss and 6 sacks, you’re going to struggle. Defensively, we continue to get better. It was disappointing at the end. We clawed, scratched and fought, and Kivon does a great job of scooping and scoring. Then, we had an opportunity to generate a 3-and-out and try to score and force overtime, and we weren’t able to do that.” (Source: www.kait8.com)

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“We had a lot of missed opportunities, and not just in the second half,” head coach Butch Jones said.” “It started on the first drive (of the game). The defense does a great job of taking the ball away, and you have to play complimentary football and turn that turnover into seven points, and we had to kick a field goal. When you give up 15 tackles for loss and 6 sacks, you’re going to struggle. Defensively, we continue to get better. It was disappointing at the end. We clawed, scratched and fought, and Kivon does a great job of scooping and scoring. Then, we had an opportunity to generate a 3-and-out and try to score and force overtime, and we weren’t able to do that.”

A-State returns home for its final game of the season, facing Texas State. Kickoff at Centennial Bank Stadium is set for 1 p.m. CT and the game will be broadcasted live on ESPN+. Every Red Wolves football game can be heard live on 107.9 FM in the Northeast Arkansas area. The live radio broadcast can also be accessed on the official A-State Athletics web site (AStateRedWolves.com). (Source: www.kait8.com)

 

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