Saturday, October 15, 2016
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina -- Winston-Salem State needed a homecoming blowout victory to feel a little better about the direction it's going.
The Rams had little trouble with St. Augustine’s on Saturday afternoon in a dominating 45-10 win in front of more than 9,500 at Bowman Gray Stadium.
“This just felt more complete,” said center Josh Wormley of the Rams.
The complete effort was a more-balanced look on offense as the Rams' churned out 424 yards with 238 coming from the running game and 186 through the air.
“That’s how we should score,” coach Kienus Boulware of the Rams said. “We mixed it up and we had a couple of long passes that went for touchdowns and that’s really been missing.”
Quarterback Rod Tinsley broke out of his mini slump by going 10 of 19 for 186 yards passing with two touchdowns and no interceptions. At one point, he directed the Rams on five straight scoring drives to break the game open.