South Alabama Rallies To Beat Western Kentucky

South Alabama Rallies To Beat Western Kentucky

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MOBILE, Alabama -   The South Alabama Jaguars are 2-1 on the season and 1-0 in the Sun Belt Conference as they rallied to beat the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Saturday 31-24 at Ladd Peebles Stadium.

It was the conference opener for both teams.

The Jaguars intercepted WKU quarterback Brandon Doughty 3 times.

USA finished the game without a turnover.

Quarterback Ross Metheny was 11 for 15 for 193 yards in the air.

Six Jaguar players combined for 144 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns.

Jay Jones led USA on the ground with 49 yards and a score.

South Alabama has 2 weeks to prepare for Tennessee in Knoxville.

The Volunteers lost Saturday to #2 Oregon 52-19 to fall to 2-1.
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