Below is video from the Alabama State vs. Grambling football game played last night in Montgomery at the Crampton Bowl.  Nick Andrews caught nine passes for a career-high 148 yards and two touchdowns as Alabama State defeated Grambling State 31-17. The video also includes post game comments from ASU head coach Reggie Barlow. (Video courtesy Alabama State)


 

Scoring Summary

 

Scoring Summary (Final)
Alabama State University
Grambling State vs Alabama State (Sep 17, 2011 at Montgomery, Ala.)

Grambling State (1-2,1-1) vs. Alabama State (2-1,2-0)

Date: Sep 17, 2011 • Site: Montgomery, Ala.  • Stadium: Cramton Bowl  •  Attendance: 11563

Score by Quarters  Score 
Grambling State
 
0  3  7  7  17 
Alabama State
 
7  3  0  21  31 
SCORING SUMMARY   GSU -ALST  
1st  10:21  ALST   ANDREWS,Nick 50 yd pass from DOMINGUEZ,Devin (WENZIG,Bobby kick) 
         4 plays, 60 yards, TOP 1:51  0 – 7 
2nd  00:46  ALST   WENZIG,Bobby 35 yd field goal 
         7 plays, 49 yards, TOP 1:24  0 – 10 
  00:00  GSU   RIAZZO,Zoltan 45 yd field goal 
         4 plays, 33 yards, TOP 0:30  3 – 10 
3rd  09:18  GSU   LOUIS,Mario 31 yd pass from WILLIAMS, D.J. (RIAZZO,Zoltan kick) 
         1 play, 31 yards, TOP 0:09  10 – 10 
4th  09:55  ALST   ANDREWS,Nick 15 yd pass from JENKINS,Greg (WENZIG,Bobby kick) 
         7 plays, 51 yards, TOP 3:31  10 – 17 
  09:09  ALST   JENKINS,Greg 16 yd run (WENZIG,Bobby kick) 
         2 plays, 25 yards, TOP 0:25  10 – 24 
  07:25  ALST   MCKIBBON,Quenda 3 yd run (WENZIG,Bobby kick) 
         1 play, 3 yards, TOP 0:22  10 – 31 
  00:09  GSU   LOUIS,Mario 10 yd pass from WILLIAMS, D.J. (RIAZZO,Zoltan kick) 
         8 plays, 71 yards, TOP 3:03  17 – 31 
Kickoff time: 7 p.m.  • End of Game: 9:40  • Total elapsed time: 2:40

Referee: George McCullum •  Umpire: Homer Williams  •  Linesman: Yvonda Lewis  •  Line judge: Glen Branch  •  Back judge: Gregory Edwards •  Field judge: Roy Gordon  •  Side judge: Curtis Lowe  •  Scorer: ASU Stat Team  • 

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Team Statistics

 

Team Statistics (Final)
Alabama State University
Grambling State vs Alabama State (Sep 17, 2011 at Montgomery, Ala.)

 Team Totals  GSU  ALST 
FIRST DOWNS  12  21 
   Rushing 
   Passing  12 
   Penalty 
NET YARDS RUSHING  60  144 
   Rushing Attempts  31  41 
   Average Per Rush  1.9  3.5 
   Rushing Touchdowns 
   Yards Gained Rushing  102  191 
   Yards Lost Rushing  42  47 
NET YARDS PASSING  117  255 
   Completions-Attempts-Int  10-26-3  22-38-1 
   Average Per Attempt  4.5  6.7 
   Average Per Completion  11.7  11.6 
   Passing Touchdowns 
TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS  177  399 
   Total offense plays  57  79 
   Average Gain Per Play  3.1  5.1 
Fumbles: Number-Lost  1-1  2-1 
Penalties: Number-Yards  5-38  11-107 
PUNTS-YARDS  10-451  8-287 
   Average Yards Per Punt  45.1  35.9 
   Net Yards Per Punt  38.5  30.6 
   Inside 20 
   50+ Yards 
   Touchbacks 
   Fair catch 
KICKOFFS-YARDS  3-184  6-343 
   Average Yards Per Kickoff  61.3  57.2 
   Net Yards Per Kickoff  47.3  38.7 
   Touchbacks 
Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD  3-42-0  6-66-0 
   Average Per Return  14.0  11.0 
Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD  5-91-0  2-22-0 
   Average Per Return  18.2  11.0 
Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD  1-0-0  3-62-0 
Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD  0-0-0  0-0-0 
Miscellaneous Yards  -2 
Possession Time  26:43  33:08 
   1st Quarter  6:26  8:34 
   2nd Quarter  8:21  6:39 
   3rd Quarter  5:16  9:44 
   4th Quarter  6:40  8:11 
Third-Down Conversions  2 of 14  5 of 16 
Fourth-Down Conversions  0 of 0  0 of 0 
Red-Zone Scores-Chances  1-1  4-6 
   Touchdowns  1-1  3-6 
   Field goals  0-1  1-6 
Sacks By: Number-Yards  5-33  4-19 
PAT Kicks  2-2  4-4 
Field Goals  1-1  1-2 

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