Falling Flat

Matt Hubbard’s 80-yard punt was Georgia State’s most glorious moment against South Carolina State. It spoke for the Panthers’ performance offensively on Thursday night.

The Panthers managed only a pair of field goals in their tilt with the Bulldogs, who prevailed 33-6.

Missed field goals, hurried and inefficient offense and spotty defense were the main factors that lead to Georgia State being beat down by 27 points.

At times it felt like Georgia State was lucky to even get those six points, with kicker Matt Ehasz missing just as many field goals as he made.

The offense turned the ball over three times and both Georgia State quarterbacks, Ben McLane and Kelton Hill, were under fire the entire night.