There was as an old fashioned Texas duel on Saturday as two of Scout.com's Top 10 quarterbacks hooked up in a Classic in the Texas State Semi Finals. Matthew Stafford, Scout.com's #2 ranked Quarterback, led his Highland Park team to a victory over Stephenville and Jevan Snead, Scout.com's #8 Quarterback. See 10 minutes of highlights as these two put on a show.
In front of more than 20,000 fans at the University of North Texas, Matthew
Stafford of Highland Park and Jevan Snead of Stephenville put on a show.
The early rounds went to Stafford as he amassed a 27-17 lead, but Snead and his
Stephenville team stormed back in the second half to take a 38-34 lead after
stopping Highland Park on 4th and Goal. The next play was a 94 yard reverse that
went to the distance.
After a fumble, it appeared as if Stephenville would wrap up the win, but a
costly Snead interception gave Stafford and Company new life.
Stafford calmly led his team down the field and completed a seven yard slant
with 34 seconds left.
Snead got one more chance, but he got bent under in a tackle and injured his
knee (extent of injury not known), and Stephenville could only get one more
play. As the pass fell incomplete, the Highland Park team celebrated.
Stafford finished the day with 336 yards and four touchdowns on 21 of 29
passing. Snead had 272 yards passing and three touchdowns on 16 of 22. He also
added a score on the ground.
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