The first INT was Roundtree's fault, not Denards. The receiver is supposed to come towards the QB in that situation. Instead, Roundtree drifted back towards the corner and let the DB cut in front. There's nothing that frustrates me more about WRs than when they get passive and wait for the ball to get to them. Go get the ball, make the DB come through you to get to it.
I thought state made a mistake kicking off to start the game, because we could jump ahead and put some pressure on them. Instead, with the Int and settling for the FG, state got a huge surge of confidence and the momentum swung their way.