The Pine Bluff Zebras won their second conference title in the last three years after a 53-18 victory over the Jacksonville Titans.

On the first drive of the game, the Zebras fumbled and Jacksonville recovered the ball for good field position. The Titans used a few plays later to score first on a 3-yard run to take 7-0 lead over Pine Bluff.

The Zebras were forced to punt of the following drive, but the defense answered back with an interception by Martavius Thompson.

After another punt, the Zebras defense forced a safety to get on the board and Braylon Moody later rush for a 4-yard touchdown to give the Zebras an 8-7 lead.

Moody later rushed for a 27-yard touchdown, and after an interception by Isiah Mays, Moody rushed for a 4-yard touchdown to increase the Zebras' lead 22-7.

Jacksonville tried to keep it close with a field goal, but the Zebras' defense forced the second safety of the game to make the score 24-10.

Before halftime, Tyler Foots connected with Diaundre Ellison for a 25-yard touchdown pass for a 31-10 lead to end the first half.

Near the end of the third quarter, the Titans forced a safety of their own against Pine Bluff. However, the Zebras scored on a 35-yard touchdown pass from Foots to Ellison and a 26-yard touchdown run by Kerry Hadley.

Jacksonville would later score to cut the Zebras' lead 45-18, but Dimetrick Jones-Wallace raced to the endzone for a 52-yard touchdown to make the lead 53-18 to end the game.

The Zebras have earned home field advantage for the playoffs and also a first round bye. Pine Bluff will host their first playoff game against the winner of Russellville and Jonesboro on Nov. 17.