ATLANTA – Sluggish starts are contributing mightily to ULM's woes this season.
The Warhawks descended into a familiar flight pattern on Saturday before falling 52-34 to Georgia State at Center Parc Stadium.
ULM trailed 21-0 in another rocky first quarter that featured two lost fumbles by the Warhawks (0-8, 0-5 Sun Belt Conference), and faced a 42-14 deficit by halftime. ULM, which has not led through eight games, has been outscored 108-17 in the first quarter this season and 197-65 in the first half.
"Offensively, we settled in and moved it nicely," ULM coach Matt Viator said.