Delaware State runs all over Virginia Lynchburg in 56-6 win

Photo: DSU Athletics/Rodney Adams

The Delaware State University’s football team took home a dominating 56-6 win on Saturday over the Virginia University of Lynchburg Dragons. Forty-two of the Hornets’ 56 points came in the second quarter. That is not a typo, yes DSU scored 42 points in the second quarter in this game.

The offensive standouts in the game for the Hornets were Redshirt sophomore quarterback Jared Lewis, Redshirt sophomore running back Michael Chris-Ike, freshman running back Sy’veon Wilkerson, Redshirt freshman running back Wade Inge, sophomore wide receiver Bizzet Woodley, and senior wide receiver Trey Gross.

Lewis went eight for 14 for 125 yards, two passing touchdowns and had a one rushing touchdown.

Chris-Ike had 102 rushing yards on 20 attempts and had two rushing touchdowns.

Wilkerson had 101 rushing yards on 14 attempts and also had two rushing touchdowns.

Inge had 28 yards on three attempts and had one rushing touchdown.

Woodley had one reception for 41 yards and one touchdown.

Gross had four receptions for 40 yards and one touchdown.

On the Defensive side, the standouts for DSU were Redshirt junior defensive back Jawain Granger, redshirt junior defensive lineman Isaiah Williams, redshirt junior linebacker Kamari Jackson, redshirt sophomore linebacker Antquan Kinsey, freshman linebacker Omar Parker, freshman defensive lineman Omakus Langley, Redshirt sophomore defensive back Andrew Reese, Redshirt freshman linebacker Maurio Goings, and Redshirt junior defensive lineman Carrington Jones.

Granger was the co-leader in total tackles with four. He also had two sacks, one forced fumble and one interception.

Williams was the co-leader in total tackles with four. He also had 0.5 sacks.

Jackson had three tackles and 0.5 sacks.

Kinsey had three tackles and 0.5 sacks.

Parker had two tackles and one sack.

Langley had two tackles, recovered one fumble and one sack.

Reese had one tackle and 0.5 sacks.

Goings had one tackle and one sack.

Jones had one tackle and recovered one fumble.

Let’s get into all four quarters: click below for the full recap.

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