STATESBORO, Ga. -- Wesley Fields and L.A. Ramsby each scored two touchdowns and Georgia Southern got its first win of the year, blasting South Alabama 52-0 Saturday to hand the Jaguars their first-ever shutout in the program's 101-game history.
Ramsby's two scores occurred over the first three drives for Georgia Southern (1-9, 1-5 Sun Belt). The Eagles had the ball for 11 minutes of the first quarter as they built a 21-0 lead. Georgia Southern entered the game averaging just five points per game in the first quarter. The Eagles amassed 225 total yards in the quarter to 31 for South Alabama (4-7, 3-4).
Quarterback Shai Werts ran 15 times for 113 yards and a touchdown and threw for 107 yards and a score while Kado Brown completed all four of his passes for 120 yards and a touchdown. The Eagles had 356 yards rushing and outgained the Jaguars 583-195 in total yards.
QB McKenzie Milton hits a wide open Marlon Williams, who takes it to the end zone and makes it 21-17 Knights before halftime.
Tony Kornheiser and Frank Isola dissect Nebraska's dismal start, and explain why Scott Frost is lowering the fan base's expectations.
FAU RB Devin Singletary sheds a tackle and scores on a 9-yard touchdown run, knotting the game at 14-14.
RB Devin Singletary bulldozes his way into the end zone, cutting the UCF lead in half to 14-7.
RB Gerald Hearns takes the direct snap in punt formation and runs for 24 yards, setting up an Owls touchdown.
UCF QB McKenzie Milton finds WR Dredrick Snelson in the back of the end zone, making it 14-0 Knights.