BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — Chris Streveler accounted for four touchdowns and 425 yards of offense to lead South Dakota to a 35-27 victory over Bowling Green on Saturday night.

Streveler threw a 72-yard touchdown strike to Kody Case, and ran for three scores from inside the 4-yard line as the Coyotes (2-0) continued to roll after beating Drake, 77-7, in last week’s opener. Streveler was 19 of 34 passing for 306 yards, and added 119 yards on the ground. A wide receiver at Minnesota before transferring to South Dakota, Streveler has accounted for 41 touchdowns (28 passing, 13 rushing) in his 12 starts at quarterback.

Streveler’s last TD stretched the Coyotes’ lead to 28-9, and Michael Fredrick’s 17-yard touchdown run made it 35-19.

James Morgan threw a 20-yard TD pass to Scott Miller to pull Bowing Green (0-2) to 35-27 with 2:04 left. The Coyotes recovered the ensuing onside kick, and then ran out the clock.


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