Jaymar Anderson had a huge night and ESU came back to win over Seton Hill on a rainy night in East Stroudsburg.
Anderson gained tough yard after tough yard, diving here for a few more important yards.
ESU’s defense stood strong in the second half and Joseph Odebode celebrated after stopping Seton Hill on a third down attempt.
Jylil Reeder made an acrobatic catch in the fourth quarter to ignite the comeback.
Anderson kept running, gaining yards, and broke an ESU game record by scoring 6 touchdowns!
Couch Douds seemed to say, “We had this; no doubt about it.”
The smile on R.J. Sarajian’s face says it all after the 41-34 victory.