Last updated on October 2, 2021 5:53 p.m.
ATLANTA, Georgia – Shaun Jolly arrives with a timely interception. Corey Sutton reaches the end zone. The state of the application is doing a great run.
Much like in 2019, the Mountaineers put on quite a show in a road win at Georgia State.
Jolly’s interception that sets the tone for just two games in the Sun Belt Conference opener was one of three picks for App State in a 45-16 win, and Chase Brice threw three touchdown passes all over. completing 20 passes for a whopping 326 yards for the Mountaineers (4-1, 1-0).
Sutton’s four catches for 106 yards included a 79-yard scoreline moments after the Panthers (1-4, 0-1) moved closer to 14-9 midway through the third quarter, starting a streak of 31 straight points in about 12 minutes to increase the margin to 45-9, with three field goals representing all of Georgia State’s goals at this point.
Jacob Huesman’s 5-yard touchdown pass to Miller Gibbs, Christian Wells’ 80-yard touchdown on a short throw from Brice and Anderson Castle’s 22-yard touchdown run all came in an explosive streak. of four minutes that opened the game.
Malik Williams also caught a touchdown pass from Brice, scoring 33 yards in the second quarter, and an early 23-yard touchdown run capped the practice following Jolly’s interception.
Tim Frizzell added his first career interception with the help of pressure from Brendan Harrington, and D’Marco Jackson intercepted a pass that was tilted by Steven Jones Jr. Demetrius Taylor represented two of App’s four sacks. State, Jackson and Nick Hampton registering one each. , and Jackson led the Mountaineers with nine tackles.
Two years ago, with App State running 49-0 in a 56-27 win in Atlanta, Jolly scored a touchdown on one of his two interceptions and Sutton scored three times on a performance of eight catches and 173 yards.