Kentucky State comes from behind to beat the

Marauders in overtime

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​​​​KSU dominated time of possession in the first quarter but a stought CSU defense kept the Thororbreds out the endzone. In the second quarter, the Marauder special teams opened the scoring when safety Nehemiah Coward blocked a punt and Devon Cunningham recovered the loose ball and ran it back for the touchdown at the 11:47 mark. KSU marched the ball down to the CSU 35 yard line but Deonate Gary haulted any chance of points with a sack on a failed KSU fourth down attempt. The Marauder defense continued to get the ball back into the hands of the offense when Clim Robbins picked off freshman quarterback Jules St. Ge on the KSU 21 yard line. After three straight plays of no gains, CSU head coach Cedric Pearl decided to go for it on fourth and ten. His decision paid off as Mikiel Clemons found a streaking Marquis Wells for a 29 yard score through the air. With 6:30 left in the first half, CSU took a 14-0 lead. While the Marauders where finding momentum the KSU turned the ball over three more 

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Indianapolis, Indiana - For the third straight season, Central State fell victim to rival  Kentucky State in Lucas Oil Stadium as the Marauders dropped a hard fought  Circle City Classic contest in overtime, 17-14.   Game Photos by Horace Dozier Sr. /TM

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​​times before the half. Unfortunately for CSU, the Marauders were unable to capitalize off KSU's miscues as the score remained 14-0 as both teams went into their locker rooms.​ In overtime, Central State were unable to move the ball in the first three plays, then Myrthel Stewart Jr. sacked CSU quarterback Mikiel Clemons to give possession to KSU. With the ball and a chance to win, KSU's Darmontre Warr carried the ball five times for 19 yards to put KSU in position for a game-winning field goal. KSU senior kicker Bill Rose calmy knocked it through the uprights before being swarmed by his teammates and coaches. Warr finished the day as the leading contributor to the KSU offense with 70 rushing yards on 17 attempts. Linebacker Travon Spencer picked up a game-high 15 tackles, with nine of those being solo, and a sack as the Thorobreds improved to 1-3 on the season with a 1-0 mark in the SIAC West.
KSU will travel to Valdosta State University on Oct. 1