MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- KHA'Darris Davis accounted for two touchdowns and Alabama State beat Grambling 23-20 on Saturday night in a Southwestern Conference opener.
Davis ran into the end zone from the 1-yard line to cap the scoring with 9:55 remaining. On the next series, Grambling (0-3, 0-1) went 62 yards in 12 plays, but Garrett Urban missed a 28-yard field goal with 6:07 left before Alabama State (2-2, 1-0) ran out the clock.
Davis tossed a 23-yard touchdown pass to Jeremiah Hixon that gave the Hornets a 17-13 lead with 9:32 to play in the third quarter. Geremy Hickbottom threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Lyndon Rash that put the Tigers back on top 20-17 entering the fourth quarter.
Davis was 19-of-31 passing for 224 yards, and had eight carries for 23 yards.
Hickbottom finished 19 of 30 for 184 yards passing and had 70 yards rushing.
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