Incarnate Word takes on Prairie View A&M in FCS action on Saturday, September 17.
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UIW vs Prairie View A&M Preview
Incarnate Word (2-0) looks to keep its strong start to the season going when facing Prairie View A&M (1-1) on Saturday.
The UIW Cardinals rolled past the PVAMU Panthers 40-9 last season. The Cardinals went on to a 10-3 season and nearly ousted defending FCS champion Sam Houston in the p layoffs. The Panthers finished 7-5, which concluded with a competitive contest against Deion Sanders’ Jackson State squad.
UIW jumped out the gate this season with a 65-29 route of Southern Illinois followed by an impressive FBS win at Nevada, 55-41. Cardinals quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. threw for 406 yards and four touchdowns against the Nevada Wolfpack.
Scott has a big season going so far with 797 yards and 10 touchdowns versus an interception. He completes 70% of his passes and averages 15.9 yards per completion. He can make plays with his legs, too. Scott ahs 55 yards and a touchdown amid 21 carries.
Marcus Cooper leads the Cardinals in rushing with 116 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries. Cooper averages five yards per carry, but second-leading rusher Jarrell Wiley averages even more on the ground — 7.1 yards per attempt. Wiley has 107 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries.
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