Sam Houston State won the deferred 2020 FCS public title in the latest possible time.
The Bearkats got a match dominating TD with 16 seconds left when Eric Schmid discovered Ife Adeyi for what ended up being a 23-21 success.
Sam Houston State required the late TD after South Dakota State made its very own rebound. The Jackrabbits were down 17-7 and scored 14 successive focuses in the final quarter to take an important lead.
That rebound came without first-year recruit QB Mark Gronowski. The SDSU starter endured a left leg injury in the principal arrangement of the game and didn’t return.
Sam Houston State’s last drive included two fourth-down changes and took more than five minutes.
WR Jaquez Ezzard was by and by the star for Sam Houston State. He got two score passes and had a punt return TD got back to toward the finish of the principal quarter in view of a square toward the back. Ezzard completed the game with 10 gets for 108 yards.
The game was played in Frisco, Texas, and postponed halfway during that time quarter due to lightning. Rainstorms pelted the Dallas-Fort Worth metro region all Sunday and furthermore postponed the PGA Tour occasion in McKinney. The protracted lightning postpone drove authorities to establish three-minute halftime once the game was continued.
Downpour unleashed destruction before the lightning delay. The tricky conditions prompted a few miscues that included bobbled snaps, bungles, and an awful hang on a field objective endeavor. While the downpour halted once the game continued, the field was as yet saturated from the precipitation that had pelted the field the vast majority of the day.
Sam Houston State completes the season at 10-0 while South Dakota State closes the season at 8-2. The FCS season was formally deferred to the spring late in the late spring in light of the Covid pandemic, however, a few groups actually chose to mess around in the fall.