Hello and goodbye to the Sun Belt’s first-ever ranked team.
Troy had been flying high this season; they were 8-1. Their only loss was to Clemson in a close game. But, the Trojans’ newly minted No. 25 status left as quickly as it arrived when Arkansas State came to town and defeated the Trojans 35-3 to take control of the Sun Belt race.
Troy started the scoring off with a 43-yard field goal to end the first quarter. For the next two quarters, the Trojans would not score again as the Red Wolves scored 28 unanswered points. Arkansas State’s starting quarterback Justice Hansen was injured during the scoring run, but it mattered not as Pitt transfer Chad Voytik lead the offense for two touchdowns.
Troy played unevenly all game. Representative of Troy’s night, the Trojans first play of the second half resulted in a forced fumble recovered in the end zone for a Red Wolves’ touchdown. The Trojans committed fiveRead More »from Arkansas State beats Troy to take control of Sun Belt race