MONTGOMERY, Ala. — The troubles weren’t supposed to last for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff football team, but they’ve gone on for four straight weeks.
The Golden Lions have yet to figure out how to turn the page from a losing streak that’s now grown to four games after Alabama State beat them 35-15 on homecoming Saturday at ASU Stadium.
“We’re not playing clean football on offense right now,” Lions Coach Doc Gamble said. “That’s the bottom line. We’ve got to get some things fixed, but it’s long overdue here.”
The struggles are evidenced in the Lions’ latest drive chart.
Two field goal attempts by Zack Piwniczka were blocked. Kierre Crossley lost a fumble at the Hornets’ 30 yard line almost six minutes into the game. Three drives ended on downs. A late first-half drive ended with an interception.
“We’re searching for solutions right now,” Gamble said. “We can always point…