The Youngstown Steel had one of their best rushing games of the season after dominating for 188 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Youngstown Marched down the field on the very first drive allowing Dylan Hecker to put up the first points on the board to bring the score to 7-0. After exchanging field goals, Lamar Jordan struck again with a huge run, this time from 83 yards to make the score 17-3.

After halftime and a null 3rd quarter, the Steel poured it on in the 4th quarter. Christian Hackenberg threw a  23 yard strike to the Canadian, Jimmy Ralph and on the next possession, Terry Swanson brought one in from 5 yards out making the score 30-6.

Daniel Martinez closed it out late in the 4th to give the Steel their 2nd victory of the season.

Jordan was the biggest threat in this game as he racked up 152 yards on the ground and 73 from the air, leading the team in both categories. The offensive line led by Ryker Matthews had another 0 sack game.

The Defense held strong and only gave up 13 points thanks to big performers like Heath Harding who had a forced fumble, John Franklin III and Arjen Colquhoun who both had interceptions, and Jason Neill who had the lone sack in the contest.

The Youngstown Steel are away again in Week 5 as they face the Venom in Chicago.