TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - The struggles continued for Indiana State football against Youngstown State. The Sycamore defense was powerless to stop the Penguins as YSU rolled to a 66-24 win.
Indiana State found itself in a 28-0 deficit in the first quarter before LeMonte Booker broke off a 77-yard touchdown run to end the period. The Sycamores would pick up some momentum from there, scoring twice more before the halftime break.
But when the teams came back out from the locker room, the Penguins scored 28 more unanswered points to rout the winless Sycamores.
Head Coach Curt Mallory is still searching for his first win. Indiana State returns home next Saturday for a Senior Day matchup against Western Illinois.
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