Johnson leads South Alabama past San Diego St., 24-27, in OT
On the first possession of overtime, facing third-and-2, Clements hit Everett for a 15-yard gain which gave South Alabama first-and-goal at the 2. Johnson punched it in on the next play to put the Jaguars up 34-27.
South Alabama trailed 27-24 when it took possession at its own 29 with 2:05 left in regulation and Aleem Sunanon's 46-yard field goal as time expired capped a nine-play, 42-yard drive to force overtime.
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