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Francis Cole 42 Yd Field Goal
Michael Mercuri 34 Yd Interception Return (Corey Resendes Kick)
Marquis Spence 5 Yd pass from Christian Carter (Corey Resendes Kick)
Tyshaun James 7 Yd Run (Francis Cole Kick)
Tyshaun James 8 Yd Run (Francis Cole Kick)
Kenyata Huston 60 Yd pass from Aaron Winchester (Francis Cole Kick)
Tyshaun James 22 Yd pass from Aaron Winchester (Francis Cole Kick)
DJ Exilhomme 3 Yd Fumble Return (Francis Cole PAT failed)
Malachi McFadden 20 Yd pass from Christian Carter (Corey Resendes Kick)
Marquis Spence 17 Yd pass from Christian Carter (Christian Carter Run for Two-Point Conversion)
Marquis Spence 21 Yd pass from Christian Carter (Christian Carter Run for Two-Point Conversion)
Francis Cole 44 Yd Field Goal
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