Bowie State came into Saturday’s season-opening challenge at Delaware State College simply hoping to play a decent game against a Division I
After Hornets QB Aaron Angelos finished a pass to Ny’Ghee Lolley, the ball was ousted from the DSU collector by Mychale Salahuddin of Bowie state university and went along the left sideline.
Each side of Bowie State’s 11 concocted a major play. In the wake of constraining a three-and-out on DSU’s series, quarterback Amir Jenkins dialed up a 48 yard-pass play to receiver Christopher Ferguson, that put the Bulldogs in business. Three plays later, running back, Kevon Campbell, drove his direction from four yards out to give BSU a lead they would not give up.
The Bulldogs played all around ok to win, and that is exactly the very thing that they did, utilizing an amassing protection and sharp offense to shock the Hornets 22-11, ruining the home presentation of the new Hornets team.