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Friday, Aug. 30, 2013 | 10:05 p.m.
Andre Turner ran for a score and added a touchdown pass to Clifton Smith.
The Chargers took an 18-0 lead into the half, and added 21 more in the second half to beat the Rams (0-1).
Despite throwing for a touchdown, Clark coach Don Willis admitted the air attack is a work in progress.
“We really have to work on our passing game,” he said. “We haven’t been a passing school. We’re working on it. They’re playing a little behind. We’ll try and improve.”
Another thing Willis wants to address is the number of penalties. The Chargers (1-0) had an interception wiped away on a roughing-the-passer call.
Even with the interception taken away, the defense had a strong effort, capped off by a 70-yard fumble return by Alexander Floyd.
“For what we’ve done for the last couple of years, we’re really rallying to the ball for the first time in a long time,” Willis said. “We switched up our scheme and I think it energized us.”