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Bowie State blows out Chowan to remain undefeated

Published: October 13, 2019
BOWIE, Md. - The 18th ranked Bowie State Bulldogs did not disappoint the homecoming crowd on Saturday afternoon and blew out the Chowan Hawks 64-17 to remain unbeaten at 6-0 (3-0 CIAA) and opened CIAA Northern Division play at 1-0.

The Bulldogs amassed a season-high 569 yards of total offense with junior quarterback Ja'rome Johnson (Washington, D.C) leading the attack with a career-high 193 rushing yards (3 TD's) to go along with 97 passing yards (3 TD's). Freshman Victor Olayinka (Glenarden, Md.) led Bowie State in receiving yards with 53 on two catches that included a 37-yard touchdown pass.

The Bulldogs duo of redshirt freshman Jonathan Ross (Waldorf, Md.) and senior John Johnson (Washington, D.C.) tallied six tackles apiece to lead the Bulldogs defense.

Bowie State's opening drive saw Johnson connect with Olayinka for a 37-yard pass and catch down to the Chowan 38-yard line. The Bulldogs drove to the Hawks 10-yard line, but the Hawks defense would hold BSU to a 27-yd field goal from senior Gene Carson that put BSU in front 3-0.

On the next drive for Chowan (1-5, 0-3 CIAA, 0-1 North), Deshaun Wethington (Suffolk, Va.) recorded his first carry in nearly three weeks with a gain of nine yards. Wethington would add a first down run of 12 yards on his second carry. Bryce Witt (Sutherland, Va.) found Samuel Dunn (Suffolk, Va.) for a gain of eight yards on fourth down to keep the drive alive. Witt would find Torrance Brumfield (Alta Dena, Calif.) and Adrian McNeil (Charleston, S.C.) on back-to-back plays to move into the BSU redzone. Witt would call his own number from five yards out to score to take the lead at 7-3.

Once again, the Hawks' defense stepped up as Connor O'Brien (Greenville, N.C.) picked off a Johnson pass and returned it 55 yards down to the BSU 8-yard line. Following a penalty, CU's Wethington punched the ball down to the 4-yard line before Jackson Brooks (Elon, N.C.) connected from 23 yards out to give the Hawks a 10-3 lead.

Bowie State would get a big return by redshirt freshman Raymond Boone (Landover, Md.) called back on a holding penalty. Johnson would get most of that yardage back on a run of 46 yards on BSU's next play from scrimmage. Bowie State would trim the deficit to 10-9 on 16-yard touchdown reception by Olayinka at the 13:53 mark of the second quarter.

The Bulldogs defense held on Chowan's next possession and Bowie State responded with a 6-play, 74-yard drive drive to regain the lead 16-10. Redshirt senior Adam Gillis Jr. (Lanham, Md.) punched it in from 10 yards out at the 9:08 mark.

The Hawks' next drive would turn the ball over on downs and BSU's Calil Wilkens rushed for a 3-yard touchdown, capping off an 8-play, 66-yard drive to push its lead to 23-10.

Bowie State would tack on another score before the half converting on a fourth-and-long, 30-10. The score was setup on a fake, 51-yard field goal with redshirt junior holder Reicardo Smith (Fort Washington, Md.) tossing a 31 yard pass the senior DuShon David (Washington), setting the Bulldogs up with a first and 10 at the Chowan 3-yard line. Johnson connected with redshirt senior Geordan Clark (White Plains, Md.) for six more points.

Bowie State would use a 56-yard rush by Wilkens to set the Bulldogs in perfect position at the Chowan 19-yard line. Four plays later, Johnson rushed for an 11-yard score that extended the Bulldogs lead to 37-10 at the 9:51 mark of the third quarter.

The stingy Bulldogs defense would hold once again on the next Hawks possession and found paydirt via a 57-yard scamper by Johnson, pushing the Bowie State lead to 43-10. The scoring drive was setup when sophomore Demetri Morsell (Upper Marlboro, Md.) intercepted a Witt pass.

Bowie State padded its already comfortable lead on Johnson's third rushing touchdown of the afternoon, this from 40 yards to make the score 50-10 with 3:10 left in the quarter. The Bulldogs would put seven more points on scoreboard less than three minutes later on a Johnson to senior Derrick Kittrell (Baltimore, Md.) 29-yard pass, catch and score and 57-10 advantage.

Chowan's Wethington would break the 100-yard mark with a 49-yard touchdown run at the 12:15 mark of the fourth quarter to close the gap slightly to 57-17.

BSU redshirt freshman Jordan Carter (Bryans Road, Md.) recovered a Chowan fumble and returned it 21 yards down to the Hawks' 9-yard line. Four plays later redshirt freshman Elisha McDonald (Greenbelt, Md.) would score his second touchdown of the season, pounding in from three yards out to account for the final margin of 64-17.

Wetherington led Chowan on the ground with 161 yards on 21 carries and Witt threw for 136 yards, completing 13-of-24 passes but was intercepted three times and sacked four times.

The Bulldogs will play in front of nationally televised audience for the second time this season next Saturday (October 19), as Bowie State faces Virginia State in the Trojans' Homecoming game. Kickoff in VSU's Rogers Stadium will be 2 p.m.

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OVER 700 VIEWS.  I WILL ENSURE THIS TOPIC NEVER DIES AND POSTERS SEE YOU FOR THE COWARD YOU ARE.

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Politics / TRUMP NO LONGER WANTS TO BE PRESIDENT
« on: Today at 08:30:46 AM »
TRUMP IS LOOKING FOR A WAY TO EXIT GRACEFULLY.  THAT TRAIN HAS LEFT THE STATION.  HE WILL BE IMPEACHED.  :popcorn:

Opinions
It’s clear. Trump doesn’t want to be president anymore.

By Nancy Gibbs
October 11
Nancy Gibbs, a former managing editor of Time, is the director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.

With each passing day, President Trump flaunts his great and unmatched wisdom and so invites us to play armchair, arm’s-length therapists. So let me float an untested theory about what is unfolding before our eyes. And then let’s test it.
What if the president wants out? There’s much about the job he never liked, which is one reason he spends so much time watching TV rather than actually doing it. Under normal circumstances, it involves any number of things he once avoided; shaking hands with germy people, being talked at by experts who know more than he, sitting still for extended periods, being criticized no matter what he does, empathizing — all important parts of the job. He has gone to considerable lengths to reshape the role, fired the experts, cleared his schedule, kept up his golf game … but still. The campaigning was fun, but the best evidence of how little he likes presiding is how seldom he’s actually done it.
I got a glimpse of this before he even reported for duty. It was a few weeks after the 2016 election, and I interviewed him in his Trump Tower aerie. He was jovial, gracious, answered all the questions, was reveling in his impending power. As we were finishing, I asked if I could come back later and see him in the White House, to see how it was going. “Yes, of course,” he said. But then he paused and asked, “But … what if I don’t like it? What if I don’t want to do it anymore?” Sometimes half-joking questions are the most serious.
He has claimed so often to love being president that it’s easy to think he protests too much. And he’d hardly be the first to be restless: Harry S. Truman called the White House the “great white jail.” Bill Clinton dubbed it “the crown jewel of the federal penal system.” Most presidents endure the serial stresses of hard decisions, the weight of making life-and-death choices, all the teetering values and visions that leadership entails. They live with the fallout, find solace where they can, including in commiseration with their predecessors.

Trump escapes the frustration of failing to accomplish his agenda by not having ever had one, beyond his continued exaltation. He could count this moment as a high point: record-low unemployment, still soaring stock markets, judicial transformation. It’s easy to imagine it’s all downhill — and fast — from here. His confidence in his supreme wisdom leads him to make even reckless decisions, such as his abandonment of America’s trust with its Kurdish partners, with no evidence of regret or remorse other than disliking the criticism for doing it. But ever since the Ukraine scandal erupted, his rage-tweeting and Wagnerian self-pity suggest that the incoming fire for his misconduct, occasionally even from his defenders and enablers, has made these days even less fun than usual.

All of which raises the question: the release of the Ukraine information, the double-dare-you defiance of congressional oversight, the sellout in Syria, even the rising profanity of his Twitter stream each seem expertly suited to inflaming one constituency or another, and not just the people who have loathed him from Day One. The polls are moving for a reason: Republicans and independents, even those serving in Congress, may not agree where the line is, but they know there’s one somewhere, and it does not involve a shooting on Fifth Avenue.
Consciously or not, might he conclude that impeachment and removal is his least bad option for escaping the “great white jail”? Resigning is out; that’s for quitters. Defeat in 2020 is worse; losing is for losers. But being impeached and removed from office is the one outcome that preserves at least some ability to denounce the deep state and the quislings in the Senate who stabbed him in the back, maintain his bond with his tribe, depart the capital and launch a media business to compete with the ever more flaccid Fox News. (This all presumes that President Pence pardons him, for which there’s some precedent.) Impeachment lets him go down fighting, and he will call it rigged and unfair and illegitimate and a coup, all of which would be harder if the verdict was rendered next November by millions of voters.

So what would count as a sign of his escape velocity? Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump decamping for Manhattan. Trump issuing an executive order renaming Reagan National Airport after himself. He fires Elaine Chao and starts campaigning against Mitch McConnell in Kentucky. He kicks a puppy on the South Lawn, in front of the cameras.

When you think about it, with a choice of bad options, impeachment doesn’t look so bad, and gets you home to your gilded tower sooner. Assuming, that is, that you don’t think you can just burn the Constitution to the ground and be the last one standing.

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Say "Y", you aren't chicken $H!T are you???? Say something, maybe fart!!!!

 :lol: :lmao: :lol:

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Politics / GIULIANI IS IN DEEP DOO-DOO
« on: Today at 08:05:01 AM »
GIULIANI IS IN DEEP s**t AND NOW TRUMP HAS THROWN HIM UNDER THE BUS.

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Politics / Re: ANOTHER LIAR EXPOSED.
« on: Today at 08:03:30 AM »
:lmao:    :lmao:     :lmao:

Poor Olds..t was ignored as a child and is still trying to get some attention.  He doesn't realize - or care - that he simply exposes his ignorance AND stupidity.

However, him saying he's just joshing is a LIE.  He's doing his best to make serious points.  Only problem he is incapable.

Similar to #ErraticTrump abandoning something stupid or incriminating he said by the LIE that it was in jest.

O0

Makes too much sense.

 :popcorn:

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That "person" who spit on MAGA dude was totally in the wrong.

However, where was this same zeal when those MAGATs were whuppin' on people who were ANTI-MAGATS in those Klan Meetings disguised as 45 rallies? HMMMMMMMMM?

JUST ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF THROWING IT OUT THERE TO GET A RISE. YET HE HAS NOT THE GUTS TO RESPOND WHNE HIS PRESIDENT IS CAUGHT IN AN LIE ABOUT THE UKRAINE.

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Politics / Re: WHAT!!!??
« on: Today at 07:59:37 AM »
Trump is now losing to Elizabeth Warren by 10 points.

YOU KNOW THAT IS EATING HIM UP INSIDE.  LOSING TO A WOMAN.  :lol:

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Its some folks doing this on purpose

THAT THOUGHT HAD OCCURRED TO ME. :nod:

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Say "Y", you aren't chicken $H!T are you???? Say something, maybe fart!!!!

 :lol: :lmao: :lol:

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BOWIE STATE - 64
CHOWAN - 17

F I N A L

BSU HAD OVER 400 YARDS RUSHING AGAINST THE PREVIOUS BEST DEFENSE IN THE CIAA. GREAT HOMECOMING WIN. ... AND SO THE VAUNTED VIRGINIA TREK BEGINS. :o

We scored 66 against them.

… AND THEY SCORED MORE AGAINST YOU THAN US.  ...SO YOUR POINT IS?  YOU CONTINUE TO SHOW A COMPLETE LACK OF CLASS.  ...BUT THEN WE HAVE KNOWN PRECISELY WHAT YOU ARE FOR A VERY LONG TIME.  YOU ARE OBVIOUSLY STILL THINKING ABOUT THE a** -WHIPPING WE PUT ON YOU AT LAST YEAR'S CIAA CHAMPIONSHIP.  GET OVER IT.  MAYBE YOU'LL HAVE A CHANCE AGAIN IN 2021.  ...BUT NOT IN 2020.  :lol:

BEEN SINCE SEPT 28, 2019 AND NOT A WORD ABOUT YOUR LYING PRESIDENT ON THE UKRAINE?  YOU CAN RUN BUT YOU CAN'T HIDE.  I WILL CONTINUE TO REMIND THE BOARD AS LONG AS YOU CONTINUE TO RUN.  BELIEVE THAT. :popcorn:

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MORGAN STATE - 40
DELAWARE STATE - 3

F I N A L

HAPPY HOMECOMING!

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BOWIE STATE - 64
CHOWAN - 17

F I N A L

BSU HAD OVER 400 YARDS RUSHING AGAINST THE PREVIOUS BEST DEFENSE IN THE CIAA. GREAT HOMECOMING WIN. ... AND SO THE VAUNTED VIRGINIA TREK BEGINS. :o

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BOWIE STATE - 57
CHOWAN - 17

14:50 4th QTR

BSU HAS ALL 3RD AND 4TH STRINGERS IN THE GAME.  :popcorn:

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