CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- Nick Ellis kicked a 26-yard field goal
in the second overtime as Charleston Southern beat The Citadel
38-35 on Saturday night.
It's the first win for the Buccaneers over the Bulldogs in four
Colin Drafts threw five touchdowns, going 24-of-35 for 320 yards
for Charleston Southern (2-0). He also was the team's leading
rusher with 35 yards on nine carries. Maurice Price caught 12
passes for 130 yards and two scores.
Citadel kicker Blake Vandiver had what would have been a
game-winning field goal blocked on the last play of regulation and
pushed a field goal wide in the first possession of the second
Charleston Southern led 14-0 at half and 28-14 in the fourth
quarter before the Bulldogs (0-2) got two touchdowns in five
minutes to tie the game at 28.
Duran Lawson completed 21 of his 27 passes for 205 yards with a
touchdown and no interceptions for The Citadel. Nuru Goodrum ran 20
times for 76 yards and two touchdowns, while Tory Cooper ran for 48
yards on nine carries, scoring twice.