COC built a 56-0 lead after 3 quarters and set a school
record for the largest margin of victory (since the football program was
restored in 1998) with a convincing 63-7 win.
Eight different COC players scored touchdowns, and COC scored in a variety of different ways. Despite the absence of #1 QB Jason Winn, who is still out with a broken wrist, COC ran up 454 yards of total offense and 25 first downs.
Kyle Bauer threw for 114 yards and 2 TDs.
Third-string QB Jimbo Thomson threw for 79 yards and a TD.
Even Punter Jason Daily got into the act, throwing a 36-yard TD
pass to Stephen Stokes on a fake punt play.
In all, 4 different COC passers combined
for 252 yards and 4 TDs.
COC also ran
for 202 yards on the night. Major
Caldwell led the way with 76 yards, followed closely by Marquis Brignac
with 70 and J.J. Arrington with 50.
Each ran for a TD.
teams weren't about to be left out of the scoring column.
Elliott Thompson recovered a fumble on a kickoff, scooped it up
and ran the 3 yards for a TD. And
Cedric Thompson returned a punt 71 yards for his 4th career
TD on a punt return to finish the scoring.
right for the Southwest Cougars. Starting
QB Jermaine Rogers was 21 of 25 on the night, but most of his passes
were for very short yardage. Only
3 completions went for more than 8 yards.
TE Brandon Thompson had 6 catches but totalled only 23 yards
against the stingy COC defense. One
bright spot was the insertion of DB Pompeii Thompson into the offensive
backfield in the 3rd quarter.
He immediately broke off a 28-yard run, the longest play of the
night for Southwest. He
carried the ball 3 times in all for 42 yards.
More typical of Southwest's fortunes was a play in the 2nd quarter. Rogers' pass was deflected by COC's Ryan Davey, and the ball went back to Rogers. He made the catch, only to be pursued by Davey. So he threw the ball again. The ball fell incomplete but of course the second pass was illegal and a penalty was called. The second pass was from 14 yards behind the line of scrimmage, from which the 5-yard penalty was marked. And the penalty included the loss of down. It just summed up the night for Southwest in that however bad things got, they could and did get worse.
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