By JOE VOZZELLI
LAFAYETTE, La. — When the play breaks down, that’s when Tyler Jones is often at his best. The junior quarterback is good at creating something out of nothing.
Hence, sandlot football.
Yet, those same improvisational skills can also get Jones in trouble.
Texas State’s 49-27 loss to Louisiana-Lafayette last Saturday night at Cajun Field saw a little bit of both from the junior quarterback — the good and the bad.