Cal Poly 41, South Alabama 10

BY foxsports • November 19, 2011

Cal Poly converted two South Alabama turnovers into touchdowns en route to clinching a winning season and handing the Jaguars the first home loss in their three-year history in a 41-10 rout Saturday.

The Mustangs (6-5), who wrapped up their eighth winning season in the last nine years, held South Alabama to 60 yards rushing, matching the Jaguars' lowest total, and intercepted three C.J. Bennett passes while sacking him four times.

South Alabama (6-4), which had won 19 straight at Ladd-Peebles Stadium, also lost a fumble in the first quarter.

Cal Poly's Andre Broadous rushed for a touchdown and passed for another, while Mark Rodgers rushed for 117 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries and Jake Romanelli rushed for 49 yards to surpass the 1,000-yard mark.

Deonte Williams rushed for only 28 yards, but scored twice, and James Langford kicked two field goals to finish with a school-record 15.

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