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#16 Arkansas Tech Beats Southern Nazarene 52-0
« on: September 24, 2017, 07:19:32 am »

BETHANY, Okla. Brayden Stringer set a new Arkansas Tech record with a 93-yard punt return for a score, adding another rushing touchdown, while the Arkansas Tech offense racked up 474 yards, including 267 on the ground as the nationally 16th-ranked Wonder Boys (4-0, 4-0 Great American Conference) rolled to a 52-0 win over Southern Nazarene on Saturday at the SNU Football Stadium.
TECH 7, SNU 0 10:06 1st quarter Bryan Allen 3 yard run (Perez kick) 8 plays, 60 yards, 2:33.
TECH 14, SNU 0 13:23 2nd quarter Brandon Hunter 7 yard run (Perez kick) 12 plays, 80 yards, 3:59.
TECH 17, SNU 0 9:43 2nd quarter Eric Perez 35 yard field goal 8 plays, 45 yards, 2:08.
TECH 24, SNU 0 0:56 2nd quarter Ty Reasnor 9 yard touchdown pass to Glasper (Perez kick) 10 plays, 68 yards, 3:15.
TECH 31, SNU 0 12:20 3rd quarter Tanner Gaines 1 yard run (Perez kick) 8 plays, 75 yards, 2:40.
TECH 38, SNU 0 5:13 3rd quarter Brayden Stringer 63 yard run (Perez kick) 2 plays, 50 yards, 0:44.
TECH 45, SNU 0 1:35 3rd quarter Brayden Stringer 93 yard punt return (Perez kick)
TECH 52, SNU 0 0:29 3rd quarter Cale Fulsom 2 yard pass to Drew Wade (Perez kick) 1 play, 2 yards, 0:06.

The win marks the 194th shutout in Arkansas Tech history and the first since the 2016 season opener against Southern Nazarene.
The shutouts in back-to-back seasons marks the first time since the 1970 and 1971 seasons that the Arkansas Tech defense had shutouts in consecutive seasons.
Stringer's 93-yard punt return set a new Arkansas Tech record, eclipsing the previous mark of 91 yards set by Sammy May on November 5, 1954 against Henderson State.
Ty Reasnor completed 16 of 22 passes for 205 yards and a touchdown.
Cua' Rose led the way with seven tackles, while Jordan Hill and Gio Williams added six apiece.
Bryan Allen was Tech's leading rusher with 87 yards on 15 carries.
Jakcob Dean caught seven passes for 75 yards.
Arkansas Tech held Southern Nazarene to 183 yards of total offense.

On the team's overall performance "I thought we played a complete game. I think the offense did a great job moving the ball and putting points on the board. On defense, we bent a lot there but we didn't break, and then we got the turnovers we needed to get off the field. I'm excited that we've scored on special teams the last two weeks. I thought we had a chance there to get a good return, but you never expect to be able to score on it because it doesn't happen very often. Stringer did a great job making first guys miss, and the guys did a good job blocking. And Clayton Watson's 69-yard punt pinned them inside the 10-yard line. I know he had the wind, but he's got a very strong leg and I'm very proud of how hard he's worked. Eric Perez has kicked the ball extremely well, and he was able to come in today and kick a couple of field goals for us."

The Wonder Boys return home to face Ouachita Baptist on Saturday, September 30. Kickoff from Thone Stadium at Buerkle Field is set for 6 p.m.
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