JACKSONVILLE, Ala. -- Bryant Horn rushed for 148 yards and a touchdown and Roc Thomas 105 yards and a score to lead Jacksonville State to a 36-6 win over Tennessee State on Thursday night in a regular-season finale.
The Gamecocks (10-1, 8-0), who clinched their fourth straight Ohio Valley Conference title last week, now prepare of the FCS playoffs where they will be a high seed. The field will be announced on Sunday.
Horn also threw for 115 yards and another score, a 45-yard pass to Austin Cummins, for a 10-0 halftime lead. Thomas ran 50 yards for a touchdown and Horn added a 44-yarder for a 24-0 lead in the third quarter.
The Tigers (6-5, 2-5), who came in on a two-game win streak, scored their only touchdown on Hughes' 27-yard pass to Chris Rowland.
Jacksonville State has won 32 consecutive conference games, the longest active streak in Division I.
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