The Panthers can no longer claim to be “Still Undefeated.”
After an anemic first half against Lambuth, the Panthers’ offense showed up for the second half. With Kelton Hill at quarterback, the Panthers were able to put points on the board and take a lead over the Lambuth Eagles. Hill had a 53 yard run to the 2 yard line, that set up a Travis Evans TD, bringing the game to 9-7.
On the next Georgia State drive, a trick play had HB Rosevelt Watson throw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Danny Williams, putting the Panthers up 14-9.
In the fourth quarter, the Eagles made a slow, grinding, clock-eating touchdown drive, putting the retake the lead (16-14) with 2:30 left in the game.
Drew Little came in to run the 2-minute drill for GSU, but tried a little too hard as he forced an interception. GSU was able to get the ball back one more time, but threw another interception.
On September 11, 2010, Georgia State University dropped its crown of football perfection.