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March 29, 2021
Waxahachie, TX | Davyon Collins
Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) Football hosted Arizona Christian University (ACU) in a showdown that featured a rematch of a thriller that happened in October between the two, which saw ACU taking home a victory 41-37. In this matchup the Lions came out fired up; their first drive of the game resulted in a touchdown as Jordan Barlow connected on a 44-yard pass to Zachariah Johnson. The Lions would take this 7-0 lead into the second quarter, but 13 unanswered points by ACU put them ahead 13-7 going into halftime. The second half was packed with entertainment as both teams traded points and stops, but the turning point came in the fourth quarter. The Lions were able to rattle off 10 straight points to tie things up 20-20; Jordan Barlow's scramble and 15-yard passing touchdown to Jamal Long was a sight to see as Long tip-toed to score the game tying touchdown. With just under a minute left, ACU had the ball and started their drive deep in their territory, a tough penalty from SAGU put ACU in Field Goal range; the last second kick from ACU sailed through, with a final score of 23-20. . 
Top Performers
  • Jordan Barlow(SR/ Van Buren, AR) led the Lions going 21/35 with 258 passing yards and 2 touchdowns  
  • Keaton Dudik (JR/ China Springs, TX) had 195 all-purpose yards
  • Damaris Herron (JR/ Bakersfield, CA) had a good game on defense with 8 total tackles and a big sack down the stretch.
  • Zach Nelson Johnson (JR/ Inglewood, CA) had 3 total tackles and 2 pass deflections. Also, he came away with a big interception.
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The Next Step

  • On Saturday, April 3rd SAGU Football will play on the road against Ottawa University in Surprise, AZ. Start time is scheduled for 2:00pm
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