There is another chapter between South Dakota State University and the University of South Dakota after Saturday’s game at Brookings.
The US Dollar won the last two games in 2019 and 2021 with the 2020 game canceled due to COVID-19.
SDSU was despite winning on Saturday and continuing their massive 2022 season with hopes of winning the National Championship still intact.
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Ball-control offense and a seven-bag stifling defense led South Dakota State to a 28-3 win over rival South Dakota before the sale of Dana G. Dickhouse Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Playing in front of the second largest crowd in stadium history at 19,332 fans, the Jackrabbits racked up their five-game winning streak to grow to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in the Missouri Valley Football Conference. The US dollar fell to 1-4 overall and 0-2 in league play. SDSU entered the game at number two in a media poll for a football tournament conducted by Stats Perform and third in the NFL Coaches Association rankings.
SDSU beat off a slow start after spotting an early USD lead 3-0 and risked a two notch drop. Coyotes took the opening kickoff and walked 50 yards in eight plays before settling on a 37-yard field goal from Eddie Ogamba four minutes into the contest. 29 yards run by Travis Theiss for third and third in the first set of dips put the US Dollar in goal.
The Jackrabbits came empty on their first three possessions, kicking the ball twice before their 53-yard field goal attempt was blocked.
As the move moved into the second quarter, the US Dollar was on the cusp of extending its lead after taking over at Jackrabbit’s 9-yard streak after a set kick. However, SDSU safety Cal Reader He came up with a game-changing play by intercepting Coyote quarterback Carson Camp in the third-place finish zone and a goal of 8.
This was the second interception of the game by Jackrabbits, after being stormed by Dallas Bynum On the second drive of the Coyotes game. Beanum added a prohibited kick on a 50-yard field goal attempt later in the second quarter.
The SDSU offense built on newfound momentum with a nine-distance, 80-yard drive that ended with a 28-yard catch and ran into the finish zone by Jackson Junki On the corridor over the middle Mark Gronovsky.
The Jackrabbits built their lead to 14-3 later in the second quarter at 47 yards off the touchdown Isaiah Daviswho broke two tackles near the line of scrimmage before escaping the dollar’s defense for his longest carry of the season.
SDSU imposed its will in the second half, racking up over 12 minutes of possession time in the third quarter alone and scoring a pair of touchdowns to clear the game. After receiving a kickoff in the second half, the Jackrabbits combined eight runs, 70 yards, which culminated in Davis’ 5-yard run. This was followed by a methodical 15-game, 80-yard run that lasted over eight minutes and raced into the fourth quarter before Davis fell from an outside yard to land for the third time in the game.
Davis finished the afternoon with 108 yards on 15 gigs. Gronovsky completed 12 of 20 passes for 136 yards, while Jackson Junki The receiving legion led with four grabs for 76 yards.
Overall, the Jackrabbits held an advantage of 344-136 in overall attack. Dollar managed just 44 yards through the air as camp completed 5 of only 12 passes. This accelerated the wolves to the ground by 73 yards on 13 chariots.
The US dollar picked up only six initial dips in the contest, compared to 22 by SDSU, and went 3 of 14 on its third pullback.
Adam BookReader and Jason Freeman They each scored seven high tackles for the Jackrabbits, with Bock taking a pair of sacks and Freeman and Reeder each taking credit for one. Reese Winkelman Five breakpoints have been added, including 1.5 bags.
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The Jackrabbits will be making a trip to Fargo, North Dakota, on October 15 for the annual Dakota Marker game against the top-ranked North Dakota State. Kick-off is set for 2:30 p.m. at Fargodome.
- SDSU leads the all-time series, 56-52-7, winning eight of the 10 meetings in the Division I era
- The match was the first meeting between the two programs at Dana J. Dykhouse since 2018
- Saturday’s attendance was 39 less than the stadium’s record of 19,371 against North Dakota State on October 26, 2019
- SDSU’s last 15-play landing campaign and 8:13 p.m. acquisition time marked the longest flight of the season in both categories.
- Davis scored his third game from 100 yards this season – second in a row – and a 10The tenth of his career
- Davis also raced to three touchdowns in a regular season at Southern Illinois (2020-21) and in an FCS playoff at Villanova (2021).
- Jackson Junki He got a touchdown pass in four consecutive games
- Winkelman moved up to fifth in the professional Jackrabbits sacks chart with a score of 18.5, surpassing Eric Cohen (18 sacks from 1978 to 1980) among others, and also placed fifth in career-loss interventions with 36.5
- Raider’s interception was his second best team this season
- SDSU intercepted at least one pass in all six games this year
- The Jackrabbits held the Dollars at 92 yards rev to extend their record streak in the Division I era, keeping opponents under 100 yards off the ground into six competitions
- SDSU finished with an advantage of 33:51 to 26:09 at the time of acquisition
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