How well UAB can bounce back from a 20-point loss and if the Blazers can correct the mistakes (penalties, third down defense, special teams woes) that plagued them in a game that should have been much closer than the final score indicated. THREE THINGS TO LOOK FOR** Coastal's quarterback situation lists five players as co-starters. Tyler Keane started, throwing for only 78 yards in a win over UMass. Grad transfer Dalton Demos ran for 28 yards but completed just one pass for two yards.
Had a chance to catch up with Alan Blondin, who covers Coastal Carolina for the Sun News in Myrtle Beach, S.C., for some insight on the Chanticleers. Follow Alan on Twitter and read his story about UAB. CCU comes into Saturday's game at 1-0 with a 38-28 season-opening win over UMass. CCU was off last week. UAB is 1-1. The game is at noon on Saturday at Legion Field. This is Coastal Carolina's first year in FBS as the Chanticleers are competing in the Sun Belt.
Jalen Parker's 25-yard touchdown pass to Auburn commit Shedrick Jackson with 1:18 left gave Hoover its final margin in a 27-24 win at Spain Park. Down 24-20 with four minutes left, Hoover took over at its own 33 after a turnover on downs. Hoover faced a 1st and 30 on the drive, and converted a 3rd and 25 when Parker hit Auburn commit George Pickens on a 44-yard pass. Three plays later, on a 3rd and 10, Parker rolled right and found Jackson on the flats. Parker finished 13 of 21 for 227 yards.
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