Charleston Southern’s Solomon Brown (34) celebrates after his fumble recovery Saturday night.
One could forgive Charleston Southern for not being completely focused going into Saturday’s game against winless Mississippi Valley State.
After all, the visiting team had allowed an average of 55 points and 502 yards per game in its three losses prior to arriving at CSU Stadium. But Charleston Southern found itself in a tough battle Saturday night before breaking the game open in the second half on its way to a 58-7 victory.
Leading 10-7 at the half, the Bucs scored 35 points in the third quarter after head coach Mark Tucker delivered strong words in the locker room at halftime.
“I told our players I am tired of this talking,” said Tucker, referring to an attitude of accomplishment after winning...Read More