GOODWELL, Okla. — Not even playing another winless team changed Texas College’s football fortunes.
Oklahoma Panhandle State capitalized on Texas College’s offensive struggles, blanking the Steers 30-0 on Saturday.
The Aggies (1-5) notched their first win of the season while the Steers (0-7) fell short again.
Oklahoma Panhandle State, an NCAA Division II program that competes in the Central States Football League as an alliance member while playing all five conference schools, scored a season-high against Texas College.
TC’s low-powered offense failed to score a touchdown for the second consecutive game, despite the defense holding the opposition to its lowest point-total of the season.
The Steers have been shut out three times in seven games, scoring just 19 points to date.
In other Central States Football League action on Saturday, Bacone stunned conference-leader Northwestern Oklahoma State 35-28 while Langston eased past Southwestern Assemblies of God 41-13. Mid-America Nazarene knocked off Southern Nazarene 41-17 in a non-conference affair.
Langston leads the CSFL with a 2-0 record, followed by Bacone (2-1) and Northwestern Oklahoma State (2-1), Southern Nazarene (1-1), Texas College (0-1) and Southwestern Assemblies of God (0-3).
The Steers return to action, and the road, on Saturday against Southern Nazarene at 2 p.m. in Bethany, located just outside Oklahoma City.