Jackson State blanks Edward Waters College 53-0

From gojsutigers.com:

JACKSON, Miss. – The first words written on the first page of significant novel started on Sunday, February 21 and the Jackson State Tigers routed Edwards Waters 53-0 as the program officially started the Deion Sanders era.
“We had a blast out there,” said junior linebacker Keonte Hampton, who recorded a team-high seven tackles. “It was fun to get the win with this group guys and this team. We open conference play next week against Mississippi Valley State and excited to open conference play.”
“We were really excited to play this football game. It’s a game we all love.”
The Tigers defense allowed just 104 yards and yielded a mere 21 yards on the ground. The Blue and White did not allow EC offense to enter the endzone. JSU’s defensive unit held ECU to 1-for-13 on third down.
Offensively, the Tigers got the ball rolling at the 11:46 mark in the first quarter when Jalon Jonescapped a 6-play, 2:15 drive with a 6-yard pass to Warren Newman to start the offensive explosion. Later in the quarter Glenn Misiak connected on a 23-yard field goal.
Sophomore Kymani Clarke opened the second quarter with an 8-yard touchdown run and The Tigers added two more second half touchdowns and went into halftime with a commending 31-0 advantage.
Clarke added his second touchdown of the evening with a 10-yard run at 11:55 in the third quarter to put the game of reach.
Jones passed 18-for-20 for 187 yards and three touchdowns and no interceptions. The 6-foot-4 dual threat quarterback also rushed for 39 yards and one touchdown. Clarke toted the rock for 94 yards on 18 carries and averaged 5.1 yards per rush.
Newman grabbed a team-high eight receptions for 76 yards and one touchdown and Daylen Baldwinrecorded nine receptions for 70 yards.
Baldwin, who played his first in two years was eager to see the field.
“It felt so great to play today.” Baldwin commented. “When I got to the stadium and ran onto the field and seeing our supporters, I was like ‘yes, yes this feels like gameday’ and that’s when it finally hit home. It took a lot of people to make this game happen within the athletic department, the university and we are thankful for the opportunity to compete.”
As a team, JSU produced 435 yards of offense and finished 5-for-11 on third down. The Tigers also went 1-for-1 on fourth down and was 8-for-8 in the red zone.
The Tigers open SWAC play on Saturday at home vs. Mississippi Valley State. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m.

Mississippi Valley State
Next Game:
Mississippi Valley State
2/27/2021 | 2:00 p.m

Team Statistics

Game StatsEWCJSU
Total Yards104435
Pass Yards83252
Rushing Yards21183
Penalty Yards7-558-60
1st Downs827
3rd Downs1-135-11
4th Downs1-31-1
JSU11:36 – JSU – Warren Newman 6 yd pass from Jalon Jones (Glenn Misiak kick) 6 plays, 40 yards, TOP 2:1507
JSU04:35 – JSU – Glenn Misiak 23 yd field goal 11 plays, 50 yards, TOP 5:17010
JSU14:09 – JSU – Kymani Clarke 8 yd run (Glenn Misiak kick), 9 plays, 62 yards, TOP 3:41017
JSU01:07 – JSU – Jalon Jones 6 yd run (Glenn Misiak kick), 2 plays, 30 yards, TOP 0:46024
JSU00:11 – JSU – Daylen Baldwin 10 yd pass from Jalon Jones (Glenn Misiak kick) 4 plays, 44 yards, TOP 0:44031
JSU11:55 – JSU – Kymani Clarke 10 yd run (Jalon Jones pass failed), 7 plays, 47 yards, TOP 2:56037
JSU13:26 – JSU – Greg Williams 1 yd run (Noah Anderson kick failed), 5 plays, 30 yards, TOP 1:34043
JSU09:25 – JSU – Noah Anderson 26 yd field goal 4 plays, 1 yards, TOP 1:36046
JSU09:20 – JSU – Christian Allen 24 yd pass from Jalon Jones (Noah Anderson kick) 1 plays, 24 yards, TOP 0:05053

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