Holy Cross 28, Arkansas 21

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Holy Cross 28, Arkansas 21

Postby BadMoonRison » Wed Nov 04, 2009 4:33 am

Holy Cross Crusaders - 28
Arkansas Razorbacks - 21

After two desyncs in Nestopia, we decided to play in Nesticle. It looked like BS was going to hit the Crusaders as they fumbled early. The Razorbacks were up 14-0 and it looked bleak for the Crusaders.

Holy Cross would eventually score on a TD pass to Jihad Rathman, his first of two. The Razorbacks would march the ball down the field and get into FG range. The Crusaders quickly call a timeout with 11 seconds left. That forced Arkansas to kick the FG. They missed on the try and left about 8 seconds on the clock. After a called play and a quick incomplete, the Crusaders have 1 second on the clock. QB Garcia evades two dive tackle attempts and tosses a bomb to Rathman who JJs it and runs it in for the score. 14-14 at halftime.

Arkansas got the ball at the half, but were stymied on 4th down and turned the ball over on downs. The Crusaders would take the lead on a TD pass to WR Jonathan Oswald. 21-14 Crusaders.

Arkansas would drive the ball down the field quickly and score on a short run to tie the score at 21-21.

Crusaders would have plenty of time and built a methodical drive. They got to about the 20 yard line, but after three failed pass attempts (including an overthrow to a wide open receiver in the endzone), they opt for the FG. In much the same way the Razorbacks missed an easy FG earlier, the Crusaders miss the go-ahead FG.

Arkansas would call two plays, but on that second play, the Crusaders called the same. QB Ryan Mallet fumbled the ball and LB Donovan Hamann (who had two sacks in the game) scooped up the ball and ran it in for the go-ahead score. 28-21 Crusaders.

Arkansas had a chance to tie. They got to the 50 yard line and chucked up a JJ that was complete to the TE D.J. Williams, but he was tackled shy of the goalline. 28-21 Crusaders was the final.

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Re: Holy Cross 28, Arkansas 21

Postby MRTECMOSUPERBOWL » Wed Nov 04, 2009 4:34 am

ECC showing who is boss. Well Holy Cross is at least.
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