He's going to put points on the board when you need him to. "The problem is, you don't want to see and need him very much. You want to be able to punch it in on offense and get seven points when you have that opportunity.
His first drive ended with a Jeremiah Wilson touchdown run while the second ended with a field goal as the clock expired at halftime and extend MSU's lead to 24-17. "I thought he gave us a lot of momentum and he made some really good throws and he allowed us to run the football," Petrino said. So Van Dyne's the guy, right?
UCA got to a quick start when Godfrey intercepted a pass from Missouri State quarterback Jaden Johnson at midfield on the third play of the game. UCA settled for a 47-yard field goal from Ray to take a 3-0 lead. Missouri State scored a pair of touchdowns in less than two minutes in the second quarter to open an 11-point cushion.