DOVER, Del. -- Keenan Black threw two touchdown passes, and Delaware State forced two fourth-quarter turnovers and held on to beat South Carolina State 17-14 on Saturday for its first win of the season.
Darius Hammonds' 54-yard punt return in the second quarter set up Trey Samuel's 48-yard touchdown run a play later. Dewann Ford threw an 8-yard TD-pass to Quan Caldwell to tie it at 14 early in the fourth quarter.
Wisdom Nzidee's 29-yard field goal with about ten minutes left capped the scoring.
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