Two interceptions lead Indiana State to upset of fifteenth ranked Coyotes

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VERMILLION, S.D. (AP) — Kenton Wilhoit had a 26-yard interception return for a touchdown and Jarrell Jackson added a diving pick in the final two minutes to lead Indiana State to a 20-14 victory over number fifetenn South Dakota. The Redbirds had lost three straight games, all to FCS-ranked opponents, but beat the Coyotes with the help of their 10th and 11th interceptions of the season.

Illinois State’s Aidan Bresnahan kicked a career-long 47-yard field goal for the game’s first points and added a 42-yarder as the half ended for a 13-7 edge. Earlier in the second quarter, Cole Mueller scored on a 69-yard run up middle for the Redbirds.

Carson Camp, the Coyotes starting quarterback left the game after taking a nasty hit in the second quarter and didn’t return to the contest. Cole Stenstrom, a redshirt freshman, came on in relief of Camp and nearly led a final drive comeback.

South Dakota has an off week before traveling to Western Illinois in its next contest on Nov. 6.