The South Alabama Jaguars (4-5) and the Arkansas State Red Wolves (5-4) play on Saturday, November 11, 2023 at Hancock Whitney Stadium in a battle of Sun Belt foes.
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When is South Alabama vs. Arkansas State and when does it start?
This contest between the Jaguars and Red Wolves is scheduled on Saturday, November 11, 2023. Expect to see the kickoff at 5:00 PM ET.
Where to watch South Alabama vs. Arkansas State
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What channel is the game on?
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South Alabama vs. Arkansas State Game Preview
South Alabama Stats & Insights
In their last game, the Jaguars lost 28-10 to the Troy Trojans.
South Alabama is compiling 431.8 yards per game on offense, which ranks 39th in the FBS. On the other side of the ball, the Jaguars rank 27th, surrendering 326.2 yards per contest.
The Jaguars are totaling 271.0 passing yards per game on offense, which ranks them 36th in the FBS. On defense, they rank 32nd, surrendering 200.3 passing yards per game.
South Alabama ranks 66th in run offense (160.8 rushing yards per game) and 39th in run defense (125.9 rushing yards allowed per game) this season.
The Jaguars rank 43rd in scoring offense (30.9 points per game) and 41st in scoring defense (21.9 points allowed per game) this season.
Arkansas State Stats & Insights
The Jaguars squared off against the Troy Trojans in their most recent outing, falling 28-10.
Arkansas State’s defense has been bottom-25 in total defense this season, surrendering 441.6 total yards per game, which ranks ninth-worst. Offensively, it ranks 76th with 379.6 total yards per contest.
The Red Wolves have been struggling in pass defense, ranking 12th-worst with 268.3 passing yards given up per game. They have been better on offense, generating 226.2 passing yards per contest (71st-ranked).
Arkansas State ranks 73rd in the FBS with 153.3 rushing yards per contest on offense, and it ranks 105th with 173.2 rushing yards given up per contest on the defensive side of the ball.
The Red Wolves have not been getting things done defensively, ranking 23rd-worst with 31.9 points surrendered per game. They have been more effective offensively, posting 24.6 points per contest (84th-ranked).
South Alabama Key Players to Watch
Carter Bradley has 2,156 passing yards (269.5 ypg) to lead South Alabama, completing 65.7% of his passes and tossing 13 touchdown passes and seven interceptions this season.
The team’s top rusher, La’Damian Webb, has carried the ball 134 times for 727 yards (80.8 per game), with 14 touchdowns this year.
This season Kentrel Bullock has rushed for 380 yards (42.2 per game) on 76 carries with three touchdowns.
Caullin Lacy’s 1,046 receiving yards (116.2 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s collected 64 receptions and six touchdowns.
Jamaal Pritchett has recorded 600 receiving yards (75.0 yards per game) and three touchdowns, hauling in 41 passes this year.
Lincoln Sefcik’s 17 receptions have netted him 165 yards (23.6 ypg) and one touchdown.
Arkansas State Key Players to Watch
Jaylen Raynor has 1,648 passing yards (235.4 ypg) to lead Arkansas State, completing 59.3% of his passes and collecting 13 touchdown passes and four interceptions this season. He’s also contributed on the ground with 324 rushing yards (46.3 ypg) on 84 carries with five rushing touchdowns.
Ja’Quez Cross’ team-high 470 rushing yards (52.2 per game) have come on 83 carries, with three touchdowns this year.
This season Zak Wallace has collected 435 yards (48.3 per game) on 103 attempts with four touchdowns.
Courtney Jackson’s 480 receiving yards (53.3 yards per game) lead the team. He has 25 receptions with six touchdowns.
Corey Rucker has grabbed 22 passes for 443 yards (55.4 yards per game) this year.
Jeff Foreman’s 16 receptions have yielded 334 yards (47.7 ypg) and three touchdowns.