The Kent State Golden Flashes lost an ugly one vs South Alabama Saturday, but not everything about the game was unpleasant. Offensive weapon Dri Archer had a typical game, amassing 199 total yards on 12 touches and scoring twice. Both of his touchdowns were of the typical Archer SportsCenter Top 10 variety.
His first score came on a 74-yard run shifty run that had defenders stumbling all over the field in the second quarter to put the Golden Flashes on the board:
His second score came on a 73-yard weaving touchdown reception that showed off his ability to pull away from a defender: