FCS PLAYOFFS: Coyotes prevail over their former quarterback Carson Camp and his Sacramento State Hornets in a hard-fought battle.

In Vermillion, South Dakota, during the second round of the FCS Playoffs at the Dakota Dome, a surprising turn of events unfolded as Sacramento State faced a 17-0 deficit against the host team, South Dakota. Carson Camp, the former starting quarterback for South Dakota, was brought in by the Hornets to replace the injured Kaiden Bennett. Despite his limited playtime throughout the season, Camp promptly led Sacramento State to score a touchdown. However, South Dakota demonstrated their resilience when Aidan Bouman connected with JJ Galbreath for a 75-yard touchdown pass, showcasing their strength against Camp and the Hornets. Ultimately, South Dakota clinched a 34-24 victory, marking their tenth win in the Division One era and propelling them to the FCS Quarterfinals for the first time in program history.

Due to NCAA regulations, highlights from the game cannot be shared on the website, but postgame coverage is available in the provided video viewer. Dennis Shorter, Aidan Bouman, Charles Pierre Jr., and Bob Nielson share their reactions to South Dakota’s triumph over Sacramento State in the FCS Playoffs’ second round.

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