10,200 in attendance at Javelina stadium witnessed history, as the Javelinas of Texas A&M University-Kingsville (2-0) keep their winning ways rolling, as they assert dominance on Simon Fraser University (0-2) leaving the Clan in the dust from the opening snap, 68-7.
The Hogs astounding scoring total is the most they have scored since 1977, and tied for the fifth most since 1941.
After the opening Kick-off, starting quarterback Myles Carr took the first snap and heaved the football down the left sideline to WR Anthony Autry for an 80-yard score capped by a summersault into the endzone.
The defense came swinging full force the next drive and caused a turnover on downs that would eventually turn into an 8-yard tip-toe touchdown catch for WR Nico Brown, recording his first. A low snap on the extra point cause a bad kick; however, the Javelinas found themselves up 13-0 with only six minutes come and gone in the first quarter.
The Hogs would then keep their scoring streak alive, as after a punt from The Clan spotted the football at the Javelina forty-two-yard line, the next play, Nick Pelrean, who chipped in 7 carries for 67 yards in the contest, darted his way between the tackles and glided 58 yards to pay dirt, the first in his young career. A blocked field goal would then have the score 19-0.
On the kick-off that followed, the Hogs forced Clan return man Gavin Cobb to fumble the football, which would be recovered by Devonte Williams of the Javelinas.
Two plays, and twenty yards later, the Javelinas are celebrating a 26-0 lead over the Clan, as Greg Pitre, who finished with 7 carries and 45 yards on the night, bullied his way two yards to cross the goaline for his first rushing touchdown since 2014.
The next drive, the Hoggie defense wanted to get in on the scoring frenzy, as DB Jarrod Sanders snagged a pass thrown by Clan quarterback Miles Richardson and returned to his house for six more.
5:25 left on the first quarter on the scoreboard and the Javelinas were already up huge, 33-0.
On the following Javelina drive, Myles Carr would once again hit Autry 8 yards out, and add more points to the scoreboard.
The Hogs would take a forty-point lead into the second quarter of play, and would also start the second quarter in their own redzone, after a punt return by Sean Landez put the Blue and Gold at their own 12.
The Autry Carr connection would prove to be extremely beneficial in the early part of this one, as Carr and Autry connected on three receptions which all resulted in touchdowns for a mark of 94 total yards, the final one coming at the beginning of the second quarter for 6.
The Hogs would take that lead, and eventually, Head Coach Daren Wilkinson would pull most of his starters from the first team offense, and the game would stalemate from then on out, until a blocked punt returned for a touchdown by Trevor Kemp, would give the Clan their only points of the night.
At the half, the score sat 47-7.
Myles Carr would finish his night with 163 yards, completing 7 of 8 of his passes, for 4 touchdowns.
Autry would play out the remainder of the game in spurts and finish out with 109 yards under his belt.
The third quarter held steady but was dominated by the defensive prowess of the Javelinas, who had two pick-sixes that escalated an already outlandish score. Forrest Jones and Rodney Hubert broke open the score in that regard, 61-7.
The final six added to the score was thanks in part to second in command QB Darrow Adams, who after a big block from Luis Lopez, ran straight for the endzone on a 33-yard keeper.
That would provide the final score and secure another win for Javelinas looking forward to next week.
A hard fought and deserved tune-up for the Hoggies, who will be starting Lone Star Conference play next week at Javelina Stadium, at 7:00 P.M., against nationally ranked Midwestern-State University.