South Alabama beat Old Dominion 27-20

MOBILE, Alabama (AP) — Carter Bradley threw three touchdown passes to keep the Old Dominion scoreless in the second half as South Alabama went 27-20 for a fifth straight win on Saturday.

South Alabama needed Troy to lose Arkansas State in the second half to win the West Division and advance to the conference title game.

Old Dominion’s Jason Henderson made 18 tackles and tallied 186 tackles this season, compared to Texas Tech’s Lawrence Flugens’ 193 in 2012 and Boston University’s Rooks a year earlier. It was only better than Keekly’s 191. Henderson has recorded double-digit tackles in every game he’s had, with a best he tallied 22, but was hit with an injury last week, though he only managed double-digit tackles.

The Jaguars (10-2, 7-1 Sun Belts) trailed the Monarchs (3-9, 2-6) 20-13 at halftime as Hayden Wolfe threw two touchdown passes to Old Dominion.

Bradley then engineered a pair of long touchdown drives with an interception, the game’s only turnover.

First, Jagg went 83 yards on 12 plays and was pulled by Jalen Wayne on a 30-yard scoring pass. , ended a 15-play, 69-yard drive.

After scoring on four of their five possessions in the first half, the Old Dominion only got the ball four times in the second half, punting the first three and giving up the ball on downs at the South Alabama 41. , played in the final 1:46. .

The Monarchs had only 69 of 381 yards in the second half. South Alabama he had 398 yards but kept the ball for over 10 minutes.

Ladamian Webb ran for 74 yards over 1,000 yards for South Alabama during the season.

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