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YSU tied with South Dakota after first quarter

By Brian Dzenis

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Both Youngstown State and South Dakota have made huge plays to have the score tied at 7-7 after a quarter of play.

The Penguins struck first with Nathan Mays hitting Alvin Bailey for a 29-yard gain, plus another 15 yards on a Coyotes' roughing the passer penalty. The sequence set up Tevin McCaster's nine-yard touchdown run.

South Dakota quarterback Chris Streveler made plays with his arm and legs to tie the game. He hit Shamar Jackson for a 53-yard gain, then scrambled for 16 yards before finding Randy Baker in the corner of the endzone for a 15-yard touchdown pass.