Troy Beats South Alabama 10-6 on Bruce’s 51-Yard Field Goal and Wins Its 5th Straight Belt!

On Thursday night, two of the greatest defences in the Sun Belt Conference met at Hancock Whitney Stadium, and the game went pretty much as expected.

On Thursday night, DK Billingsley carried for 86 yards and a touchdown, while Brooks Bruce kicked a career-long 51-yard goal, and Troy defeated South Alabama 10-6 in the Battle for the Belt.

As a result of their fifth consecutive series victory, Troy (6-2, 4-1 Sun Belt Conference) is now atop the West Division.

Troy’s first-year head coach, Jon Sumrall, has stated his desire to win every game. However, I also need to take a big breath, calm down, and score some points.

Only 246 yards were allowed by the Troy defence versus South Alabama. Carter Bradley, who entered the game averaging 282.3 yards passing per game, threw for only 215 yards for the Jaguars and had an interception returned by Reddy Steward.

Linebacker Carlton Martial of Troy is now fourth all-time in career tackles in the FBS with 513.

The South Alabama Jaguars’ Diego Guajardo kicked field goals of 32 and 41 yards (5-2, 2-1).

The fast and physical defensive front played by Troy held South Alabama’s offence to a season-low 246 total yards, including just 31 yards rushing.

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