Braves Tomo hawk Rain dance too much for Southern…….ASU tops Bulldogs……


Good morning,  Let’s get to it…….What was suppose to be the top game of the weekend became the top blowout of the day. While thunderstorms and heavy bands of rains belted down ob Baton Rouge, the Alcorn State Braves did a Tomo hawk rain dance that eventually drowned the Jaguars 48-7 in a rain soaked A. W. Mumford Stadium. With John Gibbs sidelined with a high ankle sprain, back up QB Lenor Footman rushed for 274 yards and 2 tds to pace the Braves read option offense. Footman gave the Jaguars all kinds of problems as they were not able to stop the Braves at all. SU’s high flying offense was halted due to the rain and the ground game was stuck in the mud. QB Austin Howard was inefficent the entire night. WR Willie Quinn played slippery slide as he could gain any traction in the bad weather.

Coach Brian Jenkins was able to get a much needed win in the 74th anual MagiacCity classic as his Hornets held on to defeat the AAMU Bulldogs 35-20. QB Daniel Duhart 228 yards passing and 2tds paced the Hornets. AAMU was lead by WR Tevin McKenzie 100 yards recieving.

Jackson State came from behind to defeat former coach Rick Comengy and MVSU 26-16 in the Delta. RB Robert Johnson rushed for 120 yards to pace the Tigers on the ground. QB LaMontiez Ivy 147 yards passing and 1td paced the Tigers air game.

PVAMU Willie Simmons should get coach of the year his Panthers are guaranteed a winning season after throttling UAPB 54-29 in Waller, Texas. QB Trey Green passed for 261 yards and 3tds to pace the Panthers. WR Kadarel Hodge 104 yards and 1td paced the Panthers air game. UAPB Brandon Green passed for 308 yards and 3tds to pace the Lions.


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