Turning the ball over, failing to capitalize on your opportunities and a lack of explosive plays. Those are all ingredients in getting shutout as Southern learned against Jackson State.

Yet the key to getting the lingering bad taste out of their mouth from the loss, is obvious to both head coach Eric Dooley and his quarterback.

“It is so easy. Got to get in the end zone. I think that’s a spark within itself, something that we’re accustomed to doing, and I do look forward to it.” Dooley said.

“I think I had to give us a spark and I never did with a big ball or me running. I think like they say, like with shooters, you just got to keep shooting. And once you make one, that’s when you get going.” Southern quarterback BeSean McCray said.

The Jags need to be ready to take shots and match the high powered offense of Florida A&M. Quarterback Jeremy Moussa is second in the SWAC for passing yards and touchdowns, behind only Shedeur Sanders who looked impressive against SU.

“I think he’s now becoming more subtle with what Coach Simmons like to do within his offensive scheme. But the young man can throw the football, and I think he’s he’s just a part of what Simmons is building down there.” Dooley said about Moussa.

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