Sophomore safety Deshadrick Truly, of Charleston, was credited with seven total tackles and a pair of pass breakups, while Hazlehurst's Demetrius Cain collected his fourth career collegiate interception by returning a pick 21 yards for a touchdown. The Viacom-owned cabler has also greenlit a new reality series from Kelly Ripa.
The show is currently in production and will premiere this fall.Season nine of Ru Paul’s Drag Race follows on the heels of the highest rated year the series has ever seen, including the highest watched premiere episode.The Lions' rushing attack was led by DJ Law, out of Haines City, Fla., with a game-high 93 yards on 14 carries.With a dozen different receivers hauling in passes during last week's opener, Hattiesburg product Brandon Acker earned game honors with 10 catches for 101 yards and a touchdown.Two other shows will also make it to the network line-up, reality docu-series “Fire Island,” and dating competition series “Finding Prince Charming,” featuring host Lance Bass.
The former is being produced by Kelly Ripa (Live with Kelly) and her husband Mark Consuelos (All My Children) set to premiere in 2017.3 Copiah-Lincoln Community College Thursday evening on the Scooba campus. In compiling 635 yards of total offense (393 passing & 242 rushing) a week ago against the Bears, the 52 points recorded by the Lions marked the 21 time they have reached the 50-point plateau over the past three-plus seasons. In addition, the Lions' last-second, season-ending 47-46 home setback to Copiah-Lincoln during the semifinals of the 2012 MACJC State Playoffs also marks their most recent loss prior to EMCC's second national championship run in three years a season ago.The “Drag Race” renewal comes after the competition show landed two Emmy nominations — one for Ru Paul as outstanding reality host, and another for costumes.“Season 9 of ‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race’ will be bigger, better and more twisted than ever,” said Ru Paul, host and exec producer.Defensively against SMCC, the Lions registered eight tackles behind the line of scrimmage, including five sacks, while intercepting two passes.