PINE BLUFF, Ark. -- Three lightning scoring drives of about three minutes or less fueled Alcorn State to a 21-16 Southwest League victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday night.
Tollette George hauled in a TD pass from John Gibbs, Jr. on the Braves' first drive, which lasted 3:12. Joe Price and Arnold Walker rushed for touchdowns from 53 and 5 yards, respectively, after halftime as Alcorn State (3-1, 2-0) fended off the Golden Lions (0-4, 0-2). The scoring drives spanned 1:44 and 2:56.
Arkansas-Pine Bluff closed to within five points on a 14-yard TD strike from Benjamin Anderson to Isaiah Ferguson with 9:07 remaining. The Golden Lions got the ball back and a chance to take the lead with about seven minutes left, but turned the ball over on downs after driving to Alcorn State's 15.
Penalties hurt Arkansas-Pine Bluff, which was called 13 times for 98 yards.
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