PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas -- LaVell McCullers passed for 190 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 36 yards to help Prairie View beat Jackson State 38-9 on Saturday.
Jackson State notched a field goal on its opening drive and then the Panthers (2-2, 2-0 Southwestern Athletic Conference) scored 38 straight, taking the lead for good at 7-3 in the middle of the first quarter on McCullers' 22-yard pass to Khadarel Hodge.
Dawonya Tucker ran 12 times for 64 yards and a touchdown and Markcus Handy had two catches for 84 yards and a score for the Panthers.
Prairie View outgained Jackson State 439-225 in total offense and had a 5-1 edge in turnovers. The Tigers fumbled four times and failed to recover any of them.
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