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Tigers Capture Homecoming Victory 27-14

(October 5, 2019) ARKADELPHIA, ARK. – Tigers use opportune turnovers to fuel a 27-14 victory over Southeastern Oklahoma State during Homecoming.
Keandre Evans led the charge for the Tigers accumulating 10 tackles during the battle. Of those ten, eight were solo tackles and two were assisted. He also locked down the Savage Storm receivers with three pass break ups.
Sophomore Ty Compton put in a big game for Ouachita racking in eight tackles, one of which being for a loss. Jonathan Harris and Hayden Lassiter pulled down the two interceptions for the Tigers both of which led to Ouachita scoring 10 points.
On the offensive side of the ball Allie Freeman shined for the Tigers. He brought in 11 catches for 114 yards and two touchdowns. Brayden Brazealcompleted 19 of his 25 passes for 187 yards and two touchdowns.
Brockton Brown headed the Ouachita rushing attack with 15 carries for 62 yards and a touchdown. The other side of the double headed monster, Shun’cee Thomas, carried the ball 11 times for 47 yards. Tj Cole and Brazeal also carried the ball seven times each combining for 78 yards.
Ouachita started the game by driving down the field in eight plays scoring in 4:22. The drive was capped off with a 10 yard touchdown pass from Brazeal to Freeman. After allowing the Savage Storm to tie the game, the Tigers responded by scoring on a Brockton Brown one yard touchdown run with 53 seconds left in the first quarter.
Neither team could get any offense going in the second quarter as each squad’s defense locked into the game. However, a tipped pass over the middle led to a Hayden Lassiter interception that set up a 24 yard field goal from Gabe Goodman as time expired in the half. The Tigers went into halftime with a 17-7 lead.
Coming out of the half the Tigers forced the Savage Storm into a 45 yard field goal attempt which they missed wide left. The Tigers used that to march down the field leading to another Gabe Goodman 24 yard field goal.  
On the next possession Southeastern Oklahoma State quarterback Rollin Kinsaul sailed a pass over his wide receiver’s head leading to an interception by Jonathan Harris. Ouachita only needed one play on their drive to score as Freeman brought in a 51 yard touchdown pass from Brazeal. The score is all Ouachita needed as they won the contest 27-14.
The Tigers are back in action on Saturday Oct. 12 as they travel to East Central University in Ada, Okla. The game will begin at 2:00 p.m. and will be able to see via livestats and streaming.  For up to date information on Ouachita Tiger Football follow their Twitter, (OuachitaFB) , Facebook (OuachitaTigerFootball) and Instagram (OuachitaFB). Also follow Ouachita Athletics on social media at Twitter (OuachitaTigers), Facebook (Ouachita Athletics) and on Instagram (OuachitaTigers).
 

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