The Jags had a sense of urgency throughout the weekly practices, leading up to their Tulane game, and it paid off.
South Alabama picked up their first win against an FBS team in regular, for the first time in the program’s history, not to mention that it was also their first win of the season.
In the Jags’ 41-39 victory over Tulane, the quarterback situation became a lot more clear.
Senior Ross Matheny led the team with four total touchdowns, a set of passing and rushing scores.
Tight End Wes Saxton was also a major contributor with seven catches for 92 yards.
Now that the Jags have bounced back from their dismal season-opening loss to Southern Utah, they have built up some momentum before they return home to take on Western Kentucky at 6:30 on Saturday.