Youngstown State vs. Western Illinois soccer LIVE STREAM (4/3/21): Watch FCS school sport on ESPN Plus

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Youngstown State will be back on the college football field Saturday after their March 27 game against North Dakota was postponed due to COVID-19 concerns under the AND program. The penguins will travel to western Illinois. The start in Macomb is scheduled for 8 p.m. East.

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YSU’s last game was a 28-10 win over South Dakota, the first win of the 2021 spring season on March 20. The Leathernecks are still looking for their first win of the season, with their last game being a 34:20 win loss to Northern Iowa.

Who: Youngstown State (1-4, 1-4 Missouri Valley) in western Illinois (0-5, 0-5).

When: Saturday 3rd April 2021.

Time: 8 p.m. East.

Where: Hanson Field, Macomb, Ill. (16,368).

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Last line: Youngstown State -10.

Announcer: Nick Sabal and Kyleigh Rogers.

Check out this recap of YSU’s victory over South Dakota by the Associated Press.

Mark Waid passed for one touchdown, ran for another, and led an offensive that piled 303 yards when Youngstown State finally broke into the Victory Column and beat South Dakota 28-10 on Saturday.

Jaleel McLaughlin hurried 28 runs for 166 yards, his third game in a row with more than 100 yards, and the Penguins (1-4) beat South Dakota 5-0 at Stambaugh Stadium.

South Dakota (1-3) have lost three in a row. Carson Camp passed for 214 yards and completed 21 of 30 but had no touchdowns, an interception and was sacked five times. The Coyotes landed 12 meters on the ground and lost two fumbles.

Waid ended Youngstown State’s first possession – a 69-yard 13-game that ate up 6:33 – with a 10-yard touchdown pass to Christian Turner. A two-point conversion pass brought it to 8-0.

In the subsequent possession of South Dakota, the penguin Grant Dixon prevailed on the 21st against Camp, ended a goal threat and led to the first of two field goals by Colt McFadden. Dixon, a Marist graduate transfer, also forced a fumble in the third quarter and stripped the ball off Kai Henry to end the threat from another Coyotes.

Youngstown State led 11-3 at halftime, adding three unanswered points for a 28-3 lead early in the fourth round. Travis Theis of South Dakota added a TD run of 1 to end the scoring.

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