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LSC Football Recap – Week 7

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Cooper Sets Consecutive 100-yard Rushing Record in Lions 38-20 Win At WT

Led by a stifling defense and two 100-yard rushers, No. 14 A&M-Commerce improved to 6-1 overall and 5-0 in the Lone Star Conference with a 38-20 win on the road at West Texas Saturday setting up the Lions to repeat as conference champions with a win Saturday, October 24 against Midwestern State.

For the second straight game, Davarus Shores’ play on special teams provided the Lions with the turning point.  In a tight game, 14-10, with 1:46 left before the half and the ball on the WT 10, Shores broke through the line and blocked his second punt in as many games. The ball rolled out of bounds at the Buffs’ 17 yard line setting the Lions with a short field. Two plays later, the Lions scored to take a 20-10 lead before the half…Complete Release


Mustangs bury No. 10 Humboldt State with big third quarter

Junior quarterback Quade Coward threw for a career-high 292 yards and four touchdowns lead No. 11 Midwestern State to a 35-10 rout of No. 10-ranked Humboldt State (Calif.) Saturday night.

The Mustangs improved 7-0 for the second in school history with the other time coming in perfect regular season run of 2011.

MSU can clinch a share of its fifth Lone Star Conference with a win over Texas A&M-Commerce next week on the road. Kickoff time at A&M-Commerce Memorial Stadium is set for 3 p.m.

The Mustangs erupted for 21 points in the third quarter as junior wide receiver Statron Jones raced 39 yards on a reverse for a score before Coward connected with Levy Wilson (24) and Arsenio Phillips (26) for his third and fourth touchdown passes of the night to push the advantage to 35-10…Complete Release


No. 25 Rams Beats Texas A&M-Kingsville 39-34 on Last Second Touchdown

The No. 25 Angelo State football team used a 16-yard touchdown pass with 11 second left in the game to defeat Texas A&M-Kingsville 39-34 on Saturday evening at LeGrand Stadium at 1st Community Credit Union Field.

The Rams (5-2, 2-2 LSC) outgained the Javelinas (1-6, 0-4 LSC) 557 to 407 and racked up 27 first downs. Texas A&M-Kingsville did force four fumbles and recovered two of them in a game that had seven lead changes. ASU went six-for-six in the red zone while TAMUK was three-for-.

Kyle Washington tallied 446 yards of total offense with 367 through the air and 79 yards on the ground. The senior quarterback threw four passing touchdowns and rushed for one as well. Ryan Byrd recorded his second 100-yard rushing game of the year with 106 yards on 17 carries and one touchdown. Anthony Pierson led the receivers with seven catches and 114 yards and two touchdowns. Donovan Thompson made five catches for 92 yards and Brett Rasberry finished with seven catches for 64 yards. Mark Muson added three catches and a touchdown while Trey Green had three catches on the final drive of the game…Complete Release


Gridiron Hounds Edge Tarleton State in Shootout

De’Aundre Sanders 51-yard interception return in the third quarter snapped a 28-all tie and staked the Eastern New Mexico University football (5-2; LSC 2-2) team to a lead it would not relinquish. The Greyhounds went on to win a thrilling 49-44 shootout over Tarleton State (1-5; LSC 1-4) in Lone Star Conference action at Memorial Stadium.

Eastern came up with a season-high three interceptions and saw the duo of Jeremy Buurma and Kamal Cass combine for 256 rushing yards with five touchdowns. The Texans erased a pair of 14-point deficits and nearly came back from a late 11-point deficit.

The victory improved ENMU to 13-10 in the series against the Texans and was the Hounds’ first since a 34-27 win on October 14, 2000. Eastern’s last road win in the series came during the 1999 season…Complete Release

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