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Saturday, October 28, 2017

Bowie State Wallops Lincoln (Pa.) for Homecoming 86-14

BOWIE, Md. - Bowie State University football has reason to celebrate Homecoming 2017, following an 86-14 rout of Lincoln (Pa.) University on Saturday  afternoon. The 86 points is the second highest single game point total in the history of Bulldogs football. Bowie State scored 94 versus Fairleigh Dickinson back on November 8, 1975. With the victory, #20 Bowie State improves to 8-1 overall, 5-1 in CIAA play and 3-1 in the Northern Division.

As a team, the Bulldogs amassed 562 yards of total offense with junior Maurice Williams (Baltimore, Md.) accounted for 251 all-purpose yards which included a career-high 199 on 14 carries. Sophomore William Flowers, III (Baltimore, Md.) had a career afternoon as well, rolling up 186 punt return yards which included touchdown returns of 89 and 43 yards.

Junior Amir Hall (Bowie, Md.) played just over two quarters and completed 14-of-19 passes for 238 yards and six touchdowns, tying his own single-game touchdown passing record. Fellow junior Lansana Sesay (Bowie, Md.) and redshirt senior Brandon Britton (Columbia, Md.) recorded two touchdowns each and tallied 139 and 79 reception yards respectively.

Redshirt senior Robert Chesson (Annapolis, Md.) was responsible for 135 rushing yards on 12 carries and scored a pair of touchdowns.

On the defensive side of the ball, redshirt sophomore Brendon Ashby (Germantown, Md.) and junior Tre’von King (Washington, D.C.) tallied seven tackles each to lead Bowie State. Senior Johnny Littlejohn (Silver Spring, Md.) and redshirt junior Keion Plater had six tackles each while juniors Jabari Robinson (Gaithersburg, Md.) and Derrick Tate (Baltimore, Md.) racked up five tackles apiece in the win.

The Bulldogs intercepted Lincoln (Pa.) quarterback Vincent Espinoza (Madera, Calif.) three times with junior DeVonte’ High (Upper Marlboro, Md.) returning one for a 45-yard first quarter touchdown. The other two interceptions were by junior Kyle Jackson (Upper Marlboro, Md.) and sophomore John Johnson, IV (Washington, D.C.)

The Lincoln (Pa.) Lions (0-9, 0-6 CIAA, 0-4 North) were led offensively by Espinoza’s 106 passing yards, Rameses Owens’ (Warrensville Heights, Ohio) 82 rushing yards and Andre Price’s 70 reception yards. Ramseses scored the visitors first points of the game at the 12:17 mark of the second quarter, scampering down the Lions sideline for a 41-yard touchdown. However, Lincoln (Pa.) trailed 34-7 at that point.

The Lions were paced defensively by Rob Thomas, III (Cleveland, Ohio) with a game-high eight tackles and Rhamir Thomas (Washington, Pa.) ranked second on the team with five tackles.

Bowie State extended its lead to 76-7 by the 7:43 mark of the third quarter before Lincoln (Pa.) scored their final points of the game with 3:02remaining in the third. Elijah Smith (Elmont, N.Y.) pounded in for a 2-yard touchdown and Cody Waddell (Elkton, Md.) added the extra point.

Sophomore Gene Carson (Accokeek, Md.) added a fourth quarter, 20-yard field goal with 6:40 to go in the game and Williams scored from 1-yard out to account for the final 86-14 margin.

The Bulldogs hit the road for their final regular season contest, traveling to Elizabeth City (N.C.) State University for a 1 p.m. CIAA divisional matchup against the Vikings.

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