DOVER, DE (WTOC) - The Savannah State Tigers just couldn’t get the offense going Saturday at Delaware State.
SSU mustered just 167 total yards of offense in the 25-6 loss. The Tigers picked up just eight first downs in the game, and went 4-16 on third down.
Meanwhile, Delaware State held a 15-0 lead after three quarters. Cam Brown’s 30 yard interception return for a TD with 14:48 left in the fourth got the Tigers into end zone for the first time.
Savannah State falls to 2-6 overall with the loss. The Tigers are 1-4 in MEAC play. They’ll host North Carolina A&T next Saturday at 1:00 p.m. from T.A. Wright Stadium.