ATLANTA — Drew Little threw for four touchdowns for the second straight week to lead Georgia State to a 55-21 win over Savannah State on Saturday at the Georgia Dome.
Little, a redshirt freshman, completed 16 of 25 passes for 166 yards for the Panthers (4-2). Two of his touchdown passes went to Albert Williams — a 28 yarder in the first half and a 29 yarder to open the second half.
Little also had a 9-yard scoring pass to Sam Burkhalter and connected with Danny Williams for a 7-yard score.
Iain Vance made field goals from 46- and 27-yards away for the Panthers.
Georgia State intercepted two passes and recovered two fumbles en route to its third consecutive victory.
Savannah State (0-6) saw its losing streak stretch to eight games. Sheldon Barnes scored on a pair of 1-yard runs and a 38-yard pass from quarterback Antonio Bostick to Brian Lackey.