BLUE-WHITE SPRING GAME: April 20, 1 p.m. at the Georgia Dome. FREE ADMISSION.

ATLANTA-With one week of spring practice remaining, Georgia State head coach Trent Miles ran his second scrimmage on Saturday morning at the GSU Football Practice Complex.

Redshirt-sophomore Ben McLane finished the 90-play scrimmage 13-for-21 for 139 yards, including a six-yard touchdown to Drew Pearson.

Redshirt-junior Rendell Wilder ran seven times for 84 yards, including an impressive 67-yard run around the outside midway through the scrimmage.

“I like the improvement we had on offense,” commented head coach Trent Miles. “We executed a lot of things better. However, we still had too many turnovers and penalties. I also thought the defense improved in certain situations.

“Both sides are still learning what we expect. We have to continue to work and improve with the personnel we have.”

Sophomore Avery Sweeting finished the day with six catches for 61 yards, while redshirt-senior Jordan Giles came away with four catches for 35 yards.

“I thought Avery did some really nice things today,” commented Miles. “He showed some good speed and was able to get some yards after the catch. Jordan Giles is doing a nice job catching the ball and is starting to show some strong senior leadership.”

On the defensive side of things, redshirt-senior Brent McClendon returned a Ronnie Bell intercepted pass 13 yards for a touchdown.

Bell finished the day 8-for-20 for 61 yards and that one interception, while newcomer Clay Chastain went 6-for-12 for 44 yards.

Redshirt-junior Duvall Smith ran four times for 16 yards and a touchdown.

Redshirt-junior tight end Kesean Peterson caught a 44-yard pass from McLane and redshirt-senior LaSalle Ledlum finished the day with two catches for 30 yards.

Will Lutz led the special team efforts with 48-yard and 21-yard field goals, while junior David Miller made a 39-yard attempt.

Georgia State’s Blue-White Spring Game is scheduled for Saturday, April 20 at 1 p.m. at the Georgia Dome. Admission is free.