South Alabama grabs a 38-21 victory vs. Kent State

Kendall Houston rushed for two touchdowns to stretch a South
Alabama lead and secure a 38-21 victory against Kent State
Saturday.

Houston ran for a 3-yard touchdown in the third and a 14-yard
touchdown in the fourth to set up a 38-14 advantage for South
Alabama (3-3, 1-1 Sun Belt). Quarterback Ross Metheny and Jay Jones
scored the Jaguars’ two remaining rushing touchdowns.

David Fisher threw two touchdown passes in the fourth for the
Golden Flashes (2-6, 1-3 MAC). His final touchdown pass occurred
with just a minute left to play.

Dri Archer picked up the only other touchdown for Kent State
with a 74-yard run in the second quarter. Archer also pulled in a
73-yard reception from Fisher in the fourth, and ended the game
with 114 yards rushing and 85 yards receiving.